Brandon Phillips finally accepts a trade, Chase Utley returns to the Dodgers on the cheap, and the Cubs and Royals make a minor swap.
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‘Cause it’s one thing to start with a positive jam, and it’s another to see it all through. And we couldn’t of done this if it wasn’t for you.
One year later we’d still be around if we had known what we know now. One year later we’d still be around, around, around.
If you haven’t seen it, it’s new to you.
It’s the same old song, but with a different meaning since you’ve been gone.
I’ve done all I can do. Could I please come with you? Sweet smell of sunshine, I remember sometimes.
My yesterdays have melted with my tomorrow. And the present leaves me with no point of view.
Some things will never change. They stand there looking backwards, half-unconscious from the pain.
There’s a real big pile of sticks. You know you better stop messin’ around.
My, look at the price. This could be nice. You’ve covered all your bases.
I’d like to rest my heavy head tonight on a bed of California stars.
And the Canterbury Tales will shoot up to the top of the best seller list and stay there for 27 weeks…
Baseballs travel further when you watch them fly. Apples fatten on the trees when you walk by.
We wait in the summertime. We miss you in the summertime.
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