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Song Parodies -> "Tampa Bay/Devil Rays"

Original Song Title:

"Grapefruit Juicyfruit"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Jimmy Buffett

Parody Song Title:

"Tampa Bay/Devil Rays"

Parody Written by:

Shortboy

The Lyrics

Just a bit frustarted with the way they are playing.
Tampa Bay/Devil Rays
( Sung to the tune of Grapefruit Juicyfruit )



Tampa Bay
Devil Rays
When you think you'll want to play
And win a couple games

I've been sitting here
Crying in my beer
I think it's looking pretty clear
You're calling it a day

You know I feel like you've packed it in this season
Ineptitude running completely uncontrolled
And I'm just kicking myself for buying these season tickets
Hell, even the beer's not coldnot even close to cold

Get a hot dog
Another brew
There's nothing else left to do
We're twenty runs behind

But I'll be leaving soon
Been a lovely afternoon
Leave a message in the restroom
And motor down the road

You know I feel like you've packed it in this season
Ineptitude running completely uncontrolled
And I'm just kicking myself for buying these season tickets
Hell, even the beer's not coldnot even close to cold

Tampa Bay
Devil Rays
When you think you'll want to play
And win a couple games


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