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Tim Tebow's Fire: John Parr, 'St. Elmo's Fire' Songwriter, Adjusts 1985 Hit Song As Tribute To Tim Tebow (VIDEO)

The Huffington Post     First Posted: 01/12/12 01:26 PM ET Updated: 01/13/12 10:50 AM ET

Tim Tebow has inspired a lot of people -- some of those people make beer in his honor, some take pictures of themselves Tebowing, while others write songs about him.

Count John Parr, English musician best known for his 1985 hit song "St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion)," as another person apparently inspired by Tim Tebow. Parr has updated his hit "St. Elmo's Fire" to honor the Denver Broncos quarterback and he's called it: "Tim Tebow's Fire."

Where the original "St. Elmo's Fire" began with: "Growing up / You don't see the writing on the wall / Passing by / Moving straight ahead you knew it all," the new "Tim Tebow's Fire" Parr begins with: "Growing up / Gotta keep your eye on the ball / Make it fly / Give it everything, give your all" -- you get the idea.

"Tim Tebow's Fire" even gets a new chorus: "All I need's my Broncos team / Take me where my future's lying / Tim Tebow's Fire."

Give "Tim Tebow's Fire" a listen above or listen to the original "St. Elmo's Fire" below: