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Light Hitting Shortstop
(To the tune of Black Magic Woman)

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(Long instrumental introduction of about a minute and a half)
Got a light hitting shortstop
Got a light hitting shortstop
Iíve got a light hitting shortstop
Swings the bat like he can't see
Heís just a light hitting shortstop
Heís lucky if he hits one-ninety-three

Take a pitch or two, baby
Take a pitch or two, baby
Yes, please take a pitch or two, baby
Maybe youíll learn a walking trick
Just take a pitch or two, baby
And donít ever swing your useless stick

(Instrumental interlude about 45 seconds)
Hope your glove is good, baby
I hope your glove is good, baby
Yes, I hope your glove is good, baby
You better not have hands of stone
Your hittingís so bad
Hey shortstop, any day you might be gone

(Guitar riffs for about 2 minutes)

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March 7, 2003: This song was inspired by a great musician named Carlos Santana, and a light-hitting shortstop from the 1980's named Rafael Santana, who have nothing in common but their surname.

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