Found January 03, 2013 on Cardinals Diaspora:
Like most OK ideas we have at Cards Diaspora, they generally happen after the fact. Is that going to stop us from having the Top 5 2012 Song Dedications to the Cardinals 3 days into 2013? No. No it isn't. Bonus music insight on each song too! DEDICATION 1 - To Albert Pujols: "Brand New Me" by Alicia Keys It took a long summer and another playoff run, but Cardinal fans, for the most part, are over El Hombre. Mostly. There are still those times when you see the #3 spot roll around in the Cardinals order and kind of wish AP was coming up... but, no, really... it's all good now. Bonus Music Commentary: From the 5:06 point of this song, it's hard to not say that Alicia is the most talented woman on Earth. Very, very few people can command an entire arena with a piano and a voice. This song never hit as a single, but still one of the best songs of 2012. DEDICATION 2 - To NLCS Game 7: "I Cry" by Flo Rida Damn this game. I gue...
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