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Seahawk Fan 
By: Bob Rivers
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  • Parody of "Piano Man" by Billy Joel (Dave AuJus)
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    It's one o'clock on a Sunday
    The regular crowd shuffles in
    There's and old man sittin' next to me
    Who thinks that The Seahawks can win

    But the team has been crippled with injuries
    Sometimes that's just how it goes
    Yeah it is sad to get beat
    And we'd probably compete
    Except for those draft picks we chose

    Sing a sad song for a Seahawk fan
    Sing us a song today
    'Cause were all in the mood for a victory
    But a field goal would sure be OK

    Ken Bering's a real estate developer
    Who never played ball in his life
    And he's just another foreigner
    From North California
    Who probably bought the team for his wife

    Now the offense is hollering audibles
    As John L hustles out for a pass
    But the guards on the line
    Let him through every time
    And the quarterback lands flat on his ***

    "And the trainers are commin' on the field to take a look at MaGuire. Are they getting him a stretcher? No, it looks like they're just gonna shoot him right there on the field."

    Sing a sad song for the Seahawk fans
    They're not used to feeling this way
    'Cause were all in the mood for a touchdown
    But we probably won't see one today

    (Dave AuJus)
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    08-21-09, #BR-09-78
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