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America's Favorite Pastime by Todd Snider

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dock ellis didnt think he would pitch that day back in 1970 when he and his wife took a trip to the ballpark a little bit differently so by the time he hit the bullpen half the world had melted away thats about the time coach murtaugh said hey dock your pitching today taking the ground the mound turned into the icing on a birthday cake the lead off man came up and turned into a dancing rattle snake the crowd tracked back and forth in waves of color under the sun the ball turned into a silver bullett his arm into a gun i took a look all around the world one time finally discovered you cant judge a book three up three down for three straight innings in a zero zero tie as all those batters names came ringing from some voice out of the sky hallucinating halloween scenes each new swing of the bat his sinker looked like it was falling off a table but nobody was hallucinating that i took a look all around the world one time finally discovered you cant judge a book by the top of the fifth he was up one to nothing and giving the padres fits by the top of the seventh he was up two to nothing and they still had'nt got any hits with one out left to go in the game the batter looked like a little child the birthday caking was shaking and those waves of color were going wild when he finally mowed the last man down he was high as he had ever been laughing to the sound of the world going around completely unaware of the win and while the papers would say he was scattered that day he was pretty as a pitcher could be the day dock ellis of the pittsburg pirates threw a no hitter on lsd i took a look all around the world one time finally discovered you cant judge a book
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