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game day: rise up, steeler nation!

well, it's game day and, even though it's a saturday i'm up at 6am.  i got up at 5 and tossed and turned for a while and finally got out of bed.  it's like christmas morning up in here.  i am just too excited!  it's steelers - ravens day! 

in about 10 1/2 hours i will either be incredibly overjoyed or very disappointed.  that's just the way it goes.  but for now, in anticipation, i will let the excitment fuel my adrenaline and anticipation.  and while we wait, i invite you to enjoy some steeler-inspired music.  i'll start with this, my favorite favorite steeler song ever.  it's by a guy named joby harris, who is a very cool man, and this song is just really well done in my opinion.  so turn it up loud, get your terrible towel, and let's get this thing cranked up! 



hit the "keep reading" button below for a bunch more!


or, if you prefer country music, here's a great song about steeler nation by dusty drake:



or how about one for the ladies?



or there's this one, called "how bout 'dem pittsburgh steelers" (and this one has the added bonus of displaying my old steelers room.  i now have a new mancave which i will share with you at the right time).



maybe polka is more your speed?



in more recent years, this song has become a staple of all steelers defense enthusiasts:



but finally, for the purists, there is always the classic "here we go."  enjoy.



HERE WE GO STEELERS, HERE WE GO!!!!!! 

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