Hey There Andy Murray

by Far In Jim

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Far In Jim presents his open song letter to tennis giant Andy Murray. Not only does it express Jim's deep admiration of Murray's extraordinary talent and athleticism but also wishes Andy well in his life as a whole.

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Hey there Andy Murray
I'd love to see you play the tennis
I don't move in those circles
So ill have to watch it on the tv

If I went to the tennis
I'd sit up on Henman hill
I'd wave up at the cameras
But They probably wouldn't see me

When I got in the tennis
I'd shout "come on Scotland"
It would be quite funny
But not before you serve

When you win at the tennis
You make everybody happy
Then there is a pause
And we move on with our lives

Chorus
Hey there Andy Murray
I'd love to see you play the tennis
I don't move in those circles
So ill have to watch it on the tv

You know that time you cried
You nearly made me cry
Ok then I really did cry
But I wasn't the only one

You know that girl your girlfriend
She goes to all your matches
You should hang on to her
She seems to really like you

You know that woman, your mum
I think her name is judy
Does she tell you to tidy your room?
That's what my mum does.

Hey there Andy Murray
I'd love to see you play the tennis
I don't move in those circles
And I don't know how to get the tickets

You're shy and self effacing
And some people don't get that
It makes them feel uneasy
That's their problem, not yours

I've heard that you like music
And that you have an iPod
If you like my song
You can put it on repeat

I hope you like my song
I wrote it to support you
You are a brilliant sportsman
And you are going to win

Hey there Andy Murray
I'd love to see you play the tennis
I don't move in those circles
And I don't know how to get the tickets

Hey there Andy Murray
I'd love to see you play the tennis
I don't move in those circles
So ill have to watch it on the tv

credits

released June 20, 2013
Speirsy plays all instruments except keys played by Euan Stevenson who, coincidently, once beat Andy Murray at tennis. But only just. Euan was 14 years old. Murray was 8.

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