Kelly Clarkson's New Anthem For the Dallas Cowboys Sounds Like Something You'd Hear at Forever 21

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Texas singer Kelly Clarkson has penned the new Dallas Cowboys anthem, "Get Up (A Cowboys Anthem)," in conjunction with Pepsi. It's, uh, caffeinated. And as far as "anthems" go, I suppose it's serviceable enough, but interchangeable with half the songs on the radio at this very moment.

What do you think of it? Is it the anthem Cowboys fans need? Does it make you want to "get up" and reach for a cool, refreshing Pepsi? Or "sit down" and drink one?

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