In Which Many Dallas Sports Stars "Sing" Faith Hill Song, Then Haunt Your Dreams

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Till now, this was only seen by those who trekked out to Fort Worth for Faith Hill's February 6 howdy-do for the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee's Kick-off Concert Series at Bass Hall. But the host committee has opted to share this all-star-studded butchering of Hill's "This Kiss," featuring the likes of Nolan Ryan and Dirk Nowitzki and Tony Romo and Roger Staubach and a leather-jacketed Jerry Jones and a few teevee-news faces. It was played before the show, but what's even more amazing is that anyone was left in the audience by the time Hill took the stage.

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