John Parr Re-Records “St. Elmo’s Fire” For Tim Tebow

Corban Goble | January 10, 2012 - 3:45 pm

On the heels of Tim Tebow’s most insane, improbable comeback yet, and the subsequent shattering of Twitter records, John Parr has finally heeded the call to re-record his 1985 hit “St. Elmo’s Fire” with Tebow-centric lyrical tweaks. Some examples:

Down on one knee
A prisoner
And I’m tryin’ to break free

The chorus:

I can see a new horizon
Underneath the blazin’ sky
I’ll be where the eagle’s
Flyin’ higher and higher

Gonna be a man in motion
All I needs my Broncos team
Take me where my future’s lyin’
Tim Tebows Fire

Have at it after the jump.

(via Deadspin)

Deadspin points out that Parr tried the song out a while back on ESPN’s Sportsnation, but we’re glad he threw his heart into the polished, studio version. May God (and his nephew Tim) smile down upon you, this day.