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Boog! The Big Baseball Musical
Book and Lyrics by Bob Ottum
July 19, 1971
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July 19, 1971

Boog! The Big Baseball Musical

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BRAMPSON—LISSEN! I LOVE THIS HERE GAME,/BUT IT'S SURE A DAMN SHAME/THAT I'M STUCK WITH THIS CONFIDENT LOT.

CHORUS—(Softly) WHAT?

BRAMPSON—LOT. AND, LISSEN, YOU GUYS,/YOU HAD BETTER GET WISE/FOR A PENNANT CAN JUST SLIP AWAY...

CHORUS—(Reproachfully) HEY!

BRAMPSON—NOW, TAKE THE TIGERS OR THE SOX...

CHORUS—AW, WE'LL GIVE THEM SOME KNOCKS!

BRAMPSON—...OR THE YANKS COULD WIN IT;/AND CLEVELAND'S STILL IN IT./WHY, EVEN THOSE TEDDY BOYS/COULD TURN ROUGH AND READY BOYS./SO SHAPE UP. WE CAN STILL LOSE THE GONFALON,/AND THE SERIES WOULD GO ON/WITHOUT US!/WHY, IF WE BLOW JUST A FEW...

CHORUS—WHICH WE NEVER WILL DO

BRAMPSON—WE'D BE OUT OF THAT BIG TV SHOW...

CHORUS—NO!

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