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That's a short one
Going through the grass
It's turning out quite bad
Like a hospital pass
Now you're sitting there all bored
I'll see you later in the ward
It's such a shame that you were floored
With my football umbilical chord
I'm so sorry I cut you short
It's all my fault you were caught
Your forgiveness can't be bought
Will you be a real good sport



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    alexthomasdavisMar 3, 2014 at 4:06 pm
    Ok so this song is about the dreaded Hospital Pass. A hospital pass is one which is usually short, or tempts the opposing player into making a bad tackle. Could be high, or short. It sets up the player on your side to get a bad injury.. This song is apologising for that pass! I quite like it, it was originally a filler song but it works quite well.

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