2. Synonym for the World Series with "Fall"
3. Part of a board game with pie-shaped playing pieces.
4. Philistine of above-average height.
5. Largest city in Alameda County.
6. City where the first recorded baseball game was played.
7. Waiting in line.
8. Novel that is celebrated every June 16.
9. First word of a '67 Beatles album, or an adjective for the Dodgers new ownership group.
10. Nocturnes composer Claude.
11. Antonym of "nearer".
12. Site of a July 4, 1976 raid.
13. Tool for chipping blocks of frozen water.
14. Insignia, symbols, and paraphernalia once used to denote royal status.
15. Profile of the mandible.
16. Non-starting members of sports teams, collectively.
17. What obscures the moon during lunar eclipses.
18. The slot one uses to unlock a door.
19. Ears with rings usually are.
20. "______ fine mess."
21. What is handed down after the jury deliberates.
22. The Empire State.
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Hint #1: The missing words all have the same number of letters.
Hint #2: Notice there are no "A" chords in this composition. There must be some reason for that...
Hint #3: The clues are in the correct order for the song, but not for the answer.
Hint #4: B=2, C=3, etc.