Baseball

by Paper Ceilings

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    releases 20 August 2015

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1.
Intro
2.
Phenomenal Smith
3.
Michael Jordan
4.
Eddie Basinski
5.
Commercial Break #1
6.
Satchel Paige
7.
Rick Ankiel
8.
Charlie Root
9.
Commercial Break #2
10.
Ray Oyler
11.
12.
Royce Clayton
13.
Outro

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This is an album I wrote about baseball. It's going to come out in August. You can pre-order it for $5 if you want, but it will be name-your-price whenever it actually comes out. There are also going to be tapes and CDs!

Release shows w/ Furlough Noir

8/19/15 - Columbia, MO @ dvd.home
8/20/15 - St. Louis, MO @ AJ's house

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releases 20 August 2015

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Paper Ceilings Columbia, Missouri

Sometimes short and sometimes goofy pop songs from Columbia, Missouri.

If you'd like to say hi, drop me a line at paperceilingsmusic@gmail.com

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Track Name: Home Run Baker
his name was john franklin "home run" baker
around the turn of the century, he was quite the player
the original home run king in all of the majors
not even walter johnson wanted to face home run baker

but home run baker didn't hit too many homers
though i don't mean to say that this was any kinda misnomer
cause in the dead ball era 12 long balls was a quite a lot
well home run baker and the a's couldn't be stopped

the philadelphia infield cost one hundred thousand bucks
some say that infield was the best that there ever was
four pennants in five years with home run baker
but the a's sold him to the yanks, said baker see ya later

oh home run baker didn't hit too many homers
though i don't mean to say that this was any kinda misnomer
cause in the dead ball era 12 long balls was quite a few
couldn't wait to get to the bronx to see what he could do

but in new york, baker felt so out of place
"what's with this rabbit ball?" he asked, this is a different game
and murderer's row just five or so years away
pretty soon nobody even knew his name

cause home run baker didn't hit too many homers
though i don't mean to say that this was any kinda misnomer
cause in the dead ball era 12 long balls was pretty fine
but not even home run baker could turn back time