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The Game MAG
It was the bottom of the ninth
And a cold and windy day.
It was surprisingly cold and windy
Because it was the middle of May.
But we couldn't think of the weather now
For the championship game was at stake
And if we wanted to do some good
We couldn't make a mistake.
But when Peter grounded out to third
And Brian did the same,
It was all up to me
To try to save the game.
The count was full and I was scared
But then I thought We're only down by one!
That's when I decided I'd go for it all
I was thinking just one thing... HOME RUN.
And then the final pitch came over the plate
And I clobbered the ball to the sky up above
But bad luck came on my part
And the wind carried the ball into the
I was very disappointed that we lost the game
And I felt that I was all to blame
But then the coach stood next to me
And then he said to me, "Good game."