By Jessica Grey, AngelsWin.com Staff Writer -
I’m sure by now you’ve realized that many of the Angels faithful have a problem with the playing of Build Me Up, Buttercup by The Foundations during the seventh inning. And by “problem” I mean the absolute hatred and revulsion that most hardcore Angels fans feel toward this song.
And it’s really a pity that this pretty decent song has been ruined in the minds of so many fans because it is wholly inappropriate for playing it during a baseball game. While The Foundations (a great band, by the way) surely meant for it to be a sort of fun, poppy tune about loving a girl who just can’t commit, it has become emblematic for fans of having their hopes built up and then dashed by their team.
Let’s examine some of the lyrics, shall we?
Why do you build me up, Buttercup, baby,
Just to let me down and mess me around?
And then worst of all, you never call, baby,
When you say you will, but I love you still.
I need yo...