Give Me a Sign

by Dana Williams

Dana Lamont Williams (born March 20, 1963) is an American former professional baseball player. He appeared in eight games in the Major Leagues as a backup outfielder, designated hitter and pinch runner for the Boston Red Sox during the 1989 season. Listed at 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m), 170 pounds (77 kg), he batted and threw right-handed. Williams graduated from Davidson High School (Mobile, Alabama) and was signed by the Red Sox as an undrafted free agent out of Enterprise State Community College. In six MLB plate appearances and five at bats, Williams was a .200 hitter (1-for-5) with a double and one run scored. His double came in the only game he ever started for Boston, on June 25 as the designated hitter in a 7–0 loss to the Minnesota Twins, off left-han…




Remember the night you picked me up? We drove till the sun rose
I'll never forget how you looked at me, yeah that was when time froze
I tried to hide it, but I can't deny it
I think about you more than I like to admit

I still think of you after all this time
Do you think of me too? Just give me a sign, boy
I still think of you even though you're not mine
I try to play it cool, but I still think of you

I wanna play under the stars, covered in moonlight
I wanna stay here in your arms where everything's alright
When you tell me sweet lies, I forget to breathe, forget to be your eyes
I know these games more than I like to admit

I still think of you after all this time
Do you think of me too? Just give me a sign, boy
I still think of you even though you're not mine
I try to play it cool, but I still think of you

I still think of you after all this time
Do you think of me too? Just give me a sign, boy
I still think of you even though you're not mine
I try to play it cool, but I still think of you

I still think of you after all this time
Do you think of me too? Just give me a sign, boy

Written by: DANA MARY WILLIAMS, THEO LE VIGOUREUX

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