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You've got a diamond,
You've got 9 men,
You've got a hat, and a bat, and that's not all.
You got the bleachers, got 'em from spring 'til fall.
You got a dog, and a drink, and an umpire's call.
What do you want?
Let's play ball.

Is that a fly ball, or is it a seagull?
Coming in, from the lake, just to catch the game.
It's the last inning, our guys are winning.
Jays throw down a smoker, a strike and you got no doubt. (You're out)
What do you want?
Let's play ball.

[Chorus]
OK (OK) Blue Jays (Blue Jays)
Let's (Let's) Play (Play) Ball (Ball).

It's a beautiful evening, fans.
At the ballpark, when the game starts.
Warm summer breezes, sun's going down.
It's all dark at the ballpark.
That's OK, it's a nightgame.

[Chorus] x2

Bring on the White Sox,
Bring on the BoSox,
Bring on the Angels, the Rangers, and the Yankees too.
We'll beat the Indians,
We'll beat the Tigers,
We'll beat the A's so bad it'll make, Billy Blue.
What do you want?
Let's play ball.



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