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Time of the Season
(To the tune of Time of the Season)

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<A HREF="Midi/TimeOfTheSeason.mid">Link to sound file</A>

Information about the song

This song uses the following voices:
Lead singer
Chorus
Whispery voice
Bass voice
Lead singer together with chorus

(Instrumental opening)

It's the Time Of the Season.
When words runs dry.
And reporters, they need a reason.
To try to send a message to the fans.
To let them have some fun in Yankee land.
While Pedro's on the run.
It's the time of the season for losing.

(Instrumental interlude)

What's your name? What's your name? Who's your daddy? Who's your daddy?
He John. Is he Olerud?
Has he taken, Has he taken any time any time
To show. To show you how he likes to hit.
Tell it to me slowly Take you deep
I really want to know.
It's the time of the season for losing.

(Long instrumental interlude)

What's your name? What's your name? Who's your daddy? Who's your daddy?
He John. Is he Olerud?
Has he taken, Has he taken any time any time
To show. To show you how he likes to hit.
Tell it to me slowly Take you deep
I really want to know.
It's the time of the season for losing.

(Long instrumental closing)

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Comments?

October 18, 2004: Red Sox pitcher Pedro Martinez lost to the Yankees twice in September and called the Yankees his daddy. He pitched against them in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series, and although he pitched well he was done in by a John Olerud home run. I hate writing anything nice about the Yankees, but I felt an obligation in this case. Besides, Olerud played for the Mets a lot longer than he played for the Yankees.

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