That One Shot One Shot That's all I need If I make this putt I win indeed One Shot That's all it takes I could mean a win Or mean a break One measly putt On the 18 green I played the best To my ability This shot means the trophy It means it all This shot could make me fly Or it could make me fall The greens are slow Slow, yes, indeed I'll have to hit it hard To get enough speed Although speed isn't as important As aim itself If I miss this shot It could hurt my health My mental health I mean I'd probably go nuts I'd swear I'd cry I'd throw a fuss But it I make it Oh what joy to see I'd be thanking god Praying on my knees I'd holler I'd shout I'd cry with delight Why if this ball goes in It would be quite a sight Is there a break to the left? Or a break to the right? If I judge it correctly It might go in, just might Should I use my new putter? Or my lucky old charm If I choose the wrong one It could cause me harm One shot That's all I need One shot Could make me scream Just one shot One shot indeed On good shot Could lead me to victory So I stepped to the ball With my hands shaking much The caddy put his finger to his mouth And quietly spoke, "hush" Sweating like a pig I pulled back to release I tapped the ball with the putter And hit it with ease I closed my eyes in fear Then I heard the crowd I was delighted and opened my eyes And turned around The ball didn't go in The weren't clapping for me They were cheering for my opponent Mr.Brian Mc'Gee He won the tournament He won fair and square So I didn't say anything I just pulled out my hair Just one shot That all I needed I just couldn't face the fact That I was defeated I just stood there With my head sweating a lot All I could think about Was just that one shot I wasn't a sore loser though I was happy for the higher rank So I waited afterwards To put sugar in his tank
Jon Bolden 's Questions:
Do you think the ending ruined its mood?