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What's His Face
(To the tune of I've Just Seen a Face)

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Information about the song

Please note that text that looks like this is there to help Art Howe remember What's His Face's name.

(Instrumental introduction)
I call him What's His Face and he can catch or play first base
And I can see that he wears twenty three, his name escapes my memory
Tonight
Mm mm mm mm mm mm

If I were Bobby Valentine, you'd think I had a better mind
To memorize the players' names and strategy within the game
I'm not
Da da da da da da

Hey son, you sure can play, son
Just hit today, son. That's all I ask

I can't remember what I said, I can't keep names inside my head
And I have not been fired yet, 'cause I keep kissing up to Fred
Each day
Da da da da da da

Hey son, you sure can play, son
Just hit today, son. That's all I ask

(Instrumental interlude)

Hey son, you sure can play, son
Just hit today, son. That's all I ask

I call him What's His Face and he can catch or play first base
And I can see that he wears twenty three, his name escapes my memory
Tonight
Mm mm mm mm mm mm

Hey son, you sure can play, son
Just hit today, son. That's all I ask

Hey son, you sure can play, son
Just hit today, son. That's all I ask

Hey son, you sure can play, son
Just hit today, son. That's all I ask

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May 24, 2004: Mets manager Art Howe was being interviewed. He couldn't remember the name of young catcher-first baseman Jason Phillips, referring to him as What's His Face. Phillips responded by hitting homers in the next two games. The Fred in the song refers to Mets owner, Fred Wilpon.

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