Robert Kelly: I Believe I Can Fly

R. Kelly – I Believe I Can Fly

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R-Kelly I Believe I Can Fly.

What is your favorite inspirational song? I have a few but atm I’m really liking there’s no easy way out by Robert Tepper, a song out of the Rocky movie soundtrack <3youtube.com/watch?v=MwPb7g_BlXQ

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Do you know any good love songs? Like for a new love?
What are some of the songs you cannot stand?
this one song i hear on the radio the whole song they just say”shot shot shot shot shot shot shot shot shot shot” repeatedly

Styx-“Mr Roboto”Jessi Colter-“I’m Not Lisaany Air Supply balladany Michael Bolton song”Macarena”Whitney Houston-“I Will Always Love You”Seal-“Kiss From a Rose”R. Kelly-“I Believe I Can Fly”Foreigner-“I Want to Know What Love Is”REO Speedwagon-“Can’t Fight This Feeling”Dolly Parton/Kenny Rogers-“Islands in the Stream”Paul McCartney/Stevie Wonder-“Ebony and Ivory”Paul McCartney & Wings-“Silly Love Songs”Paul McCartney-“Spies Like Us”4 Non Blondes-“What’s Up”Dee-Lite-“Groove is in the Heart”Snow-“Informer”Santana-“Smooth”Toni Childs-“Because You’re Beautiful” (sounds like a copycat of James Blunt’s version)Beyonce-“If I Were a Boy”Austin Roberts-“Rocky”Maria Mulduar-“Midnight at the Oasis”Doobie Brothers-“What a Fool Believes”Phil Collins-“Groovy Kind of Love”Dottie West/Kenny Rogers-“What Are We Doin’ In Love”Kenny Rogers-“Lady”Debby Boone-“You Light Up My Life”Paul Anka-“You’re Having My Baby” Miley Cyrus-“The Climb”

gOSh!! those freakin new boyz_jerk shut the f*ck up and jerk each other off Gosh what the hell who comes up with a song like that what are these people doing to the music indusrty =(

Who’s the hardest tackler in the game? I believe John Lynch and Adam Archuleta are the hardest hitters in nfl, they terrorize WRs with concussion-esque hits. What do ya guys think
1. Brian Dawkins, FS, Eagles has many victims on his hit list over his career. Eagles free safety Brian Dawkins is built like a boxer, has the same quickness and packs a similar punch. Dawkins trains during the offseason with “No Holds Barred” ultimate fighting champion Tim Catalfo. That training has enhanced Dawkins’ fierce competitiveness and added to his speed and strength, allowing him to be the hardest hitter in the league.But there’s more to being a big hitter than the willingness and ability to hammer receivers. There’s an art to it. The best hard hitters don’t overextend themselves in their eagerness to deliver a big shot and then miss. Dawkins delivers monster hits without sacrificing anything.”Pound for pound, he might be the most violent guy in the league,” says Redskins pro scout Mike Kelly. “He can generate such great speed in a confined space. He closes so rapidly and is just so physically strong. His compact size plays right into playing with leverage. He knows how to come up and through a person, bringing his hips.”Dawkins (5-11, 205) covers like a cornerback and hits like a linebacker. One of the most vicious of Dawkins’ many highlight-reel hits was delivered on Michael Vick in the playoffs two years ago. Vick spun like a top.Says Bills cornerback Troy Vincent, a former Eagle: “When Dawk hits you, you stay hit.”2. Roy Williams, FS, Cowboys. He is at his best near the line, where he serves as an extra linebacker. He also lurks in the middle, waiting for an unsuspecting receiver. He changes games with big hits. “Sometimes he throws his body in there like he’s playing with somebody else’s body,” Kelly says.3. Rodney Harrison, SS, Patriots. His quickness allows him to patrol the secondary and punish receivers who don’t keep their heads on a swivel. Harrison hits so hard the NFL has made him the most fined player in history. He has had to work on staying within the confines of the evolving NFL rulebook.4. John Lynch, FS, Broncos. He might have lost a step, but he still hits a ton and has not let offseason neck surgery affect him. His ability to read plays allows him to go after home run hits. In Week 13, he came flying up and drilled the Chargers’ Jesse Chatman, who lost the ball, his helmet and his wits.5. Ray Lewis, ILB, Ravens. If Lewis gets a run at you, you better duck. Some of his best shots are delivered on the perimeter. Running backs, searching for holes on “stretch” plays, often get blindsided by Lewis at full speed. His ability has slipped a little in the last year, but he still hits with ferocity.6. Takeo Spikes, OLB, Bills. Spikes would like nothing better than to knock the taste out of your mouth. He has marvelous balance and technique and always attacks at full speed. Spikes welcomed Jaguars rookie wideout Reggie Williams to the NFL with a helmet-dislodging shot in the opener.7. Donovin Darius, SS, Jaguars. Because the Jaguars put him so close to the line for run support, Darius — who was fined $75,000 by the NFL for his Dec. 19 hit across the neck of Green Bay’s Robert Ferguson — plays like an extra linebacker and fearlessly gives up his body. The problem comes in coverage; Darius sometimes gets caught out of position in his eagerness to make the big hit.8. Keith Brooking, OLB, Falcons. He has exceptional timing and what coordinator Ed Donatell calls strong “hit-through” skills. Brooking’s explosive hips drive his tackles and allow him to inflict maximum punishment. His best asset is a relentless attitude about nailing the ballcarrier on every play.9. Adrian Wilson, SS, Cardinals. Wilson has excellent size (6-3, 223) for a safety and takes equal pride in crushing receivers and ballcarriers. After being punished by a Wilson shot last season, then-49ers tight end Jed Weaver landed on his head, and his helmet went rolling off.10. Chris Hope, FS, Steelers. Scene 1: Hope (214 pounds) flattens Jerome Bettis (252) in a goal-line drill at camp. Bettis doesn’t practice for a week because of a sore shoulder. Scene 2: Hope puts a big hit on Miami’s Lamar Gordon, who is lost for the season with a shoulder injury.11. Shaun Rogers, DT, Lions. With his quick first step, explosive burst and size (6-4, 345), Rogers can deliver a devastating blow to a quarterback or running back, even from a short distance. Because he’s still establishing himself, he’s always trying to leave a mark — mostly on his opponents.

John Lynch is a powerhouse, but he’s not the hardest hitter.Bob Sanders is the hardest hitter in the league. All his tackles you hear the pop, weither it be on TV, or the nosebleed section of the RCA Dome.I’ve been to Colts, Ravens, Bears, Broncos, Jets, and San Diego games, and going by what I’ve seen tons of times, I’ll stay with Bob Sanders.

Not sure about current players but past players I have a few on my list. 4 Hardest hitting Dbs to play the game are: Jack Tatum, Louis Oliver, Steve Atwater, and Ronnie Lott. These guys would make Lynch and Archuleta look like cupcakes.

Roy WilliamsJohn LynchBrian UrlacherRay LewisBrian DawkinsTroy PolamaluJoey PorterCharles WoodsonSean TaylorShawn Merriman

keith “killer” lewis, safety for the 49ers he’s a beast. Unfortunatley he probably wont play much this year because they just signed Michael lewis from the eagles. ROY WILLIAMS destroys people as well

Zach Thomas. It’s not the hits you see coming that hurt, it’s the little undersized bastards that knock the crap out of you that REALLY hurts.Or if you listen to the meat head (squad9_7) it’s him, since he’s paralyzed two kids already. Liar.

There is no pound for pound – it’s all about technique.the hardest hitting man in the NFL will always be the “headhunter” Lawrence Taylor.He can’t be beat simply because his style is no longer considered sportman like.

haven’t i guys ever heard of Ronnie Lott or Steve atwater?Ronnie Lott broke his finger and had 2 options 1.leave the game 2.cut off his finger . and what did he do? he cut of his finger.

Today id say John Lynch,he is a big hitter.All time, I’m going with Ronnie Lott or Jack Tatum brutal hitters that caused people to be carried of the field

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