Daniel (Descalso)

My friend William Tasker started it (via a conversation with Dathan), so blame him. He knew what he was getting you into. And best to Mr. Descalso–I do hope he lands in a good situation.

Daniel (to the tune of Elton John’s “Daniel”, of course)

Daniel is traveling tonight on a plane
I can see the red ball cap with so many tear stains
Oh, and I can see Daniel waving goodbye
Sure does look like Daniel won’t be having Cardinal ties

It never was pretty though at times it was clutch
Well Daniel says if only Mike didn’t play him so much
Oh and he should know, he was out there enough
Oh he’ll miss Daniel, oh he’ll miss him so much

Daniel the scrapper, you are younger than me
Do you still feel the high of that Game number 5?
Your time has died, but you’ve seen more than I
Daniel, you’re no star but a great clubhouse guy

Daniel is traveling tonight on a plane
I can see the red ball cap with so many tear stains
Oh, and I can see Daniel waving goodbye
Sure does look like Daniel won’t be having Cardinal ties
Oh it looks like Daniel won’t be having Cardinal ties

  • mrlyngreen

    Okay, you just ruined one of my favorite Elton John songs.

    Good luck to him, just so glad he isn’t on my team anymore.

    • Cardinal70

      Ruined? I’m hurt! 😀

  • William Tasker

    I’m glad I could help be an inspiration. Do you also blame your wife’s cooking when you burp?

    • Cardinal70

      Usually, yeah. Though are you saying this song is equal to that?

      • William Tasker

        Hahahahaha. I hadn’t planned on that implication and it’s funny you took it that way. I was talking about blaming others for your own weakness. Heh

        • Cardinal70

          Oh, in that case, it’s a perfect metaphor. To be fair, probably was the other way also!

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