Play Ball

Album: Rock or Bust (2014)
  • Listen, pick me up
    Fill my cup
    Pour me another round
    Come on man, mix in the sin
    Come in and join the crowd

    I said, it's party time
    When I'm on the loose
    Make it feel alright
    Listen, drinks all around
    I'm in the mood
    Because the night is mine

    Let's play ball
    Shoot down the walls, yeah
    Let's play ball, baby
    Battin' down the stalls
    Play, play, play ball

    Listen Sid, light me up
    I'm in love
    I'm all regional now
    Dive on in and swim in the gin
    Come on, shout it out loud

    Let's play ball
    Shooting down the wall, yeah
    Let's play ball
    Battin' down the stalls, yeah
    Play, play, play ball

    Hit that thing yeah
    Hey yeah

    Let's play ball
    Shooting at a wall
    Let's play ball
    And never stall
    Let's play ball
    Let's play ball
    Let's play ball
    Play, play, play ball Writer/s: ANGUS MCKINNON YOUNG, MALCOLM MITCHELL YOUNG
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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