He played in the minors,
he was a puck stop
One day he drove into this truck stop
When he saw her above the crowd
and the din
and his heart made a noise like a truck
you forgot to plug in.
She saw him walk in and she thought
he was cute
with his hockey hair
and his game day suit
She handed him a menu and smiled
in the prettiest way
and her lips were as red as the jello
in the window display.
She said please excuse me
but do you mind if I ask
aren't you the face I've seen through the mask?
their eyes met as she handed him
the wonder bread

Love hit him
Love hit him
Love hit him like a frozen puck to the head

He was real quiet as he ate his meal
just listenin' to the radio play Rita McNeil
all the while thinking about asking for a date
till he looked at the clock and he saw he was gonna be late
He left his heart in that greasy spoon
he had no idea he'd fall in love in Saskatoon
he laced up quick and took a whole lot of
and he prayed to god he could keep his mind on the game
One went off the pad
One went off the skate
One went in the top shelf he couldn't concentrate
he didn't give a damn about the goal light flashin' red
He let in five goals in three minutes
what could he do his heart wsn't in it
They put in the back up, the boy got depressed
He quit on the spot went to get dressed.
He drove real fast right back to the diner
Hoping he wasn't too late to find her
The kitchen radio was tuned in to the game
When he ran up beside her and looked at
her tag for her name
He said "hey Mabel my name is Dan
I'm a lousy Goalie but a real nice man
and I just got a feeling that you and I were
meant to be"
She said "alright but I don't get off work
until three"
Well they got Married I swear it's the truth.
the whole wedding party was missing a
tooth, he went back to hockey but he's a
defenseman instead.

Lyrics submitted by drunkoffnightskies

Frozen Puck To The Head song meanings
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