I shall punctuate as well as I can, but line breaks will be key.
Out to the ballgame: take me,
Out with the crowd, buy me
Some peanuts and crackerjacks. I don’t care
If I never get back - for it’s root, root, root FOR [that’s the tricky bit]
The home team. If they don’t
Win it’s a shame for it’s
One, two, three strikes and you’re out
I can’t. I tried, but I can’t sing this past the first two lines :(
In the time it’s taken them to get from airing Sherlock series 2 to even getting ready to begin filming series 3, I have made a whole new human being.
Sheesh, that boggles the mind.
Is history truth? Does what we call history retell the whole story? History, really, is a fiction—not because it is made up of invented facts, for the facts are real, but because in the organization of those facts there is much fiction. History is pieced together with certain selected facts that give a coherence, a line, to the story. In order to create that line, many things must be left out. There are always those facts that did not enter history, which if they had might give a different sense to history. History must not be presented as a definitive lesson. No one can say, This is so because I say it happened this way.
I’ll miss Stiles’ buzz cut.