Our National Pastime Lyrics

I met her at a baseball game
that got held up by August rain
beneath the mezzanine
I huddled up against her hand
By then the rain had left the ground
and Seaver threw a few on the mound
We stood to face the flag
that flew above the Navy band

Then the anthem began to blare
the stadium it right through the old thin air
and I knew this was the time
to make my pitch

Won't you come home with me
have a room you should see
with a warm waterbed
and a pillow for your head

I've a robe you could wear
and a smoke we could share
You are blonde, I am tall
and I think that says it all
A quick glass of wine
then I'll feed you a line
Nilsson will sing
and you won't feel a thing

Oh say you will stay with me
Love, must I say I love you

Well, how ya like my pad?
oh it's great
I mean, I love purple

I, I bet you're an Aquarius aren't you
No, actually I'm a Leo
I knew you were one of those
You know, Leos are very big on women's lib
I don't uh believe in women's lib
yes, I didn't think you did
I'm just tryin to hi-five ya

Aw, that's pretty
Oh, what kind of wine is this
uh that, that's uh that's red wine
red, that's my favorite kind

Are you having a terrific time?
oh yeah, I'm having a very terrific time

Oh stay for a lifetime
at least wait until the late show

So you didn't tell me your name
My name is Karen
That was my mother's name
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