Detroit Lions Song of the Game
Adrenaline crash and crack my head; Nitro junkie, paint me dead.
Short and terrible.
How do you feel about the Lions’ future?
An early goodbye to Matthew Stafford... just in case.
"Don’t push us, ‘cause we’re close to the edge..."
Who cares about the game, this song is about tomorrow.
I’m looking for a way out.
You can’t get what you want, but you can get me.
"Mister, I’m searching..."
The Lions are defined by what they’re not
The greatest act can be, one little victory.
Show me it’s real.
For a organization that has been married to futility, everything is in just the right place.
A muted bit of bright feeling.
Doing my best Ari Gold impression here.
Offseason, please don’t be very long.
Here we are. Another meaningless month of football in December.
Nothing is good and you can only endure it.
I lost my faith in the summertime, ‘cause it don’t stop raining.
Without their starting quarterback, this team is lost.
Too late, too late.
Sometimes when you had a spell of bad luck, the small victories are what you need.
The Lions have been hemorrhaging for weeks. We’re only just now noticing, and it’s probably too late.
All I see is Missed Opportunity.
What, were you expecting Molly Hatchet?
They’re letting Stafford be himself again.
"Yes, it sure has been a long hard climb"
This one is really belated but still necessary.
Bet I had more fun than you did on Sunday.