Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

This Girl Can Throw

For any girl who wants to rock the game of baseball, and any boy who thinks she can’t, this song hits a home run. “I told the coach, he had to know that this girl can throw. Yeah, this girl can throw.” With a message of “stand up for yourself” and “go show ‘em,” this catchy tune builds confidence and helps kids practice rhyme, rhythm, and storytelling.

Lyrics: 
This Girl Can Throw Let me tell you a little story about baseball and Girls and the boys that think they can’t play. Once upon a time, in a town like yours and mine, Was a baseball team, and the boys were kinda mean. They thought they knew it all and That girls didn’t know how to throw a ball ‘Til I stepped in and rocked their world, The day they were thrown out by a girl. I’d sit and watch from the batter’s box, But I couldn’t reason with those stubborn jocks. We were losin’ fast, and it was gettin’ late. While the pitcher could barely clear the plate, I couldn’t stand to watch the show. I told the coach, he had to know, That this girl can throw. Yeah, this girl can throw. I promise Coach, I won’t let you down! Next inning it’ll be three up, three down! Fastball, change up, curveball, slider, screwball, and knuckleball, a circle change, a glider, I throw ‘em all and don’t you know. Just put me on the mound and I’ll go, go, go. And it’s time for you and everyone to see, That no kid’ll ever throw the ball like me Well, I hate to say I told you so, but I told you so. I guess I showed them a thing or two. Well, needless to say, on that fateful day The boys learned a lesson to let the girls play. I struck ‘em out as soon as they came in and Led that team to a mighty win. So ladies, listen to this song, and don’t be afraid to hang in strong. Never give up and don’t be shy, ‘Cause someday you might have to help out the guys! Every now and then, they need a little help, But it’s ok, we have lots of patience. We can handle it, right ladies? Deep down they really are good guys. Music By: Angie Royce, Stuart Poltrock Performed By: Angie Royce