Song brief: football season - husband to wife


I want to give MY WIFE a song for THE START OF FOOTBALL SEASON that will make HER REALIZE SUNDAYS ARE NOW RESERVED FOR FOOTBALL.

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Mood: Happy, Upbeat, Light-hearted, Comical

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Details for the song:

- The couch is my kingdom during football

- Why we love football: hard hitting, violent, team game, quickness, skill

- My Sunday best is sweatpants and my favorite team’s football jersey

- Sundays are off limits for plans - no baby showers, weddings, shopping trips, chores

-Sundays are better with friends. Don’t care that I hung out with them last Sunday, or the Sunday before that. Yelling at people who can’t hear you is way better when there’s a bunch of us doing it

- Pretend I’m at work - no kids, no diapers, no interruptions - it’s actually probably best if you just leave the house. I’ll even pay for that to happen, frankly

- Just bc “My Team” is done playing, doesn’t mean the day’s over - I’ve got players on EVERY team (fantasy)

-  No, I cannot DVR sports & watch it later

- When I yell and scream at the TV - ignore me or agree with me - never go against me or tell me to stop yelling

- Only interrupt in the case of asking questions about the game, rooting for my team, or delivering snacks

- Favorite things to consume during games: wings, pizza, beer, brats, burgers, chips, dips, more beer 

- No phone calls - minimal text messages

- Just because I’m also staring at my computer or phone screen, doesn’t mean I’m not watching the game. It’s called multitasking 

- There are no bye weeks. Fantasy makes every week matter. 

- Don’t care if “my team” is bad or out of it. There’s always hope. And there’s always fantasy. 

- Be thankful I’m not a diehard NCAAF fan too, because then Saturday’s would also be shot. 

- Sunday’s are so important, I’d use vacation days on them if I could 

- Yes, we need a bigger TV. No I don’t care that I broke the last one when I threw the remote at it. 

- Redzone channel is the best invention since the television. 

- Our Super Bowl party should, in fact, be bigger than our wedding reception