The Weakerthans

The Weakerthans - Elegy for Gump Worsley songtekst

Je score:
He looked more like our fathers,
not a goalie, player, athlete period.
Smoke, half ash, stuck in that permanent smirk,
tugging jersey around the beergut,
"I'm strictly a whiskey man"
was one of the sticks he taped up
and gave to a nation of pudgy boys in beverage rooms.
Favourites from Plimpton's list of objects thrown by Rangers fans:
soup cans, a persimmon, eggs, a folding chair and a dead rabbit.
The nervous breakdown of '68-'69
after pant-crap flights from L.A., the expansion,
"The shrink told me to change occupations.
I had to forget it."
He swore he was never afraid of the puck.
We believe him.
If anyone asks, the inscription should read,
"My face was my mask."
Vind dit lied op:
bol.com
amazon.com

Copyrights:

Auteur: ?

Componist: ?

Publisher: The Weakerthans, John K. Samson

Details:

Uitgegeven in: 2007

Taal: Engels

Deel je mening

Dit formulier wordt beschermd door reCAPTCHA en de Google Privacy Policy en Servicevoorwaarden zijn daarbij van toepassing.

0 Reacties gevonden