Found February 01, 2012 on Denver Post:
If a Grammy-award winning singer wants to write and perform a song about Tim Tebow, ESPN2′s signature debate show, First Take, is going to jump all over it, right? Of course, they would, even if that song takes a pretty direct shot at First Take’s Tim Tebow obsession. John Legend performed a song called “Extra-Ordinary Tebow” on First Take today, with the words imploring show host Skip Bayless to not talk about Tebow on every show with the line: “Skip won’t you let it go?” Legend also references tabloid stories that Tebow denied a date offer from Kim Kardashian and a chance to be a contestant on Dancing With the Stars. The complete song is below:
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