We'll See (the Chicago Cubs Baseball Game)

Written by Skafish in 1976
This track is previously unreleased
This composition has never been released in any form prior.

and do you know that I am crying?
and do you care that I am sweating?
and do you know that I am sick 'cause I need your love?

Oh it wasn't easy going down the Dan Ryan expressway
and I wanna go home and I'm throwing up
and you don't care 'cause you wanna go to the baseball game
and you won't take me home

Daddy-daddy I need your love now
Daddy-daddy I'll cry all day now
Daddy-daddy I want you right away

and do you know that it is painful?
and do you know that I am sweaty?
and do you care that I'm about to unleash your love?

Oh it's the a hot baseball game it's a hundred degrees
and I wanna go home and no one will take me home
and I'm throwing up
and I'm stuck here for many hours

Daddy-daddy I need you love now
Daddy-daddy I'll cry all day now
Daddy-daddy day I'll cry the livelong day

Daddy - Daddy

and do you know that it is painful?
and I will kneel by your graveside
and do you care that I will go to your grave?
(Daddy's shouted line): Anything I say will hurt!

Hey Daddy now that you're dead
Is it too late for us to be friends, huh?

Personnel:
Skafish: Vocals, Electric Piano
Larry Mazalan: Guitar, (Daddy's end shouted line)
Karen Winner: Guitar, Adapted Slide Guitar
David Prochazka: Organ, Electric Piano
Greg Sarchet: Bass Guitar
Larry Mysliwiec: Drums

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┬ęCopyright 1976 Skafish Music/BMI