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He'll Fall to Pieces... Whenever You Call Him In

With Apologies to Patsy Cline. "I Fall to Pieces"

He falls to pieces,
Each time he loses a win
He falls to pieces.
We're just glad he's now 'old friend'

We wanted three strikes but he just missed.
He wanted us to forget, pretend we never led.
And we tried and we tried, but we never did.
He walks in and he falls to pieces.

He falls to pieces,
Each time Tito called his name.
He fell to pieces.
Just throwing gas on the flame.

Tito had to find someone else to throw,
Someone who got outs too, like Gagne used to do.
But each time he goes with Gone-yay we knew,
Takes the mound and he falls to pieces.

Another long fly and he falls to pieces.

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