Take Me Out To The Ball Game lyrics

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Song Details
Artist(s)Frank Zappa
Album(s)You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore vol 4

Frank Zappa (guitar)
Ike Willis (vocals)
Mike Keneally (guitar, synthesizer)
Bobby Martin (keyboards)
Ed Mann (percussion)
Walt Fowler (trumpet, vocals)
Bruce Fowler (trombone)
Paul Carman (alto saxophone)
Albert Wing (tenor saxophone)
Kurt McGettrick (baritone saxophone)
Scott Thunes (bass)
Chad Wackerman (drums)
Awright, welcome, and good evening to the baseball game. Im Skip Carey, and with Keith Van Weiren (?) For another game between the Atlanta Braves and the Chicago Cubs. The braves are featuring another outstanding cast. (Arf!) We got a wonderful cast of characters here. Hes a home run interim RBA leader for the year, what do you think?
Well uh, I don't know what the problem is with these Braves this year theyve really been having trouble with one run games, on Sundays for some reason I don't know what it is, what do you think.
Well Pete eh . . . the Dodgers had that problem last year, lot of one run games specially on Sundays, well they suddenly ended up uhhhh.... last in the league. Uhhhh.... Coming over here, Zane Smith is pitchin today and I hear hes got good stuff.
Well actually I think the main problem is eh the rookies, the rookies have just not be coming through. They havent been able to handle that curve ball. Seems to me like they really don't go over that.
Oh here he goes, smash foul. He doesnt look to the plate. (That goes for your little dog, too!)
He really gets a hold of that one, its gone.
Yes, Elvis has left the building!
(An that goes for your little dog, too! An that goes for your little dog, too!)
Move away for the seventh inning stretch after theeeeee... game
They're singing.
He swung on it and missed
Smash foul
Fans getting out of here in a hurry.
The player steps out to the plate.
Take me out to the game.
Uh, you can buy me some peanuts and crackerjacks.
I don't care if he never gets back.
Swung on it and missed...

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