We'll See (the Chicago Cubs Baseball Game)

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

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We'll See (the Chicago Cubs Baseball Game)

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

©Copyright 1976 Skafish Music/BMI

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from BOOTLEG 21​-​35, track released August 29, 2012
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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Skafish Chicago, Illinois

Chicago and Indiana's first punk, new wave, alternative, indie and underground rock artist, and a pioneer of these art forms internationally. Skafish made his first record in 1970, has released 7 LP’s, toured/performed with such artists as The Police, Ramones, Iggy Pop, XTC, UB-40, Stranglers, The Cramps, English Beat, Sha Na Na, Scorpions, & U-2, and appeared in the film "Urgh! A Music War! ... more

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