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Ed Reed Sings Eddie Money’s ‘Two Tickets to Paradise’ at Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Pep Rally [VIDEO]

The Baltimore Ravens are off to New Orleans to play in Super Bowl XLVII.  Before they left Baltimore, the team led a pep rally and player Ed Reed channeled his inner-Eddie Moneyjust like in the locker room during the AFC championship.It was a cold and rainy day in the Inner Harbor and Ed Reed warmed it up!  We’ve cued this video right up to Ed Reed’s a ccapella masterpiece:

More coverage from the Ravens send off from WBAL, and you can watch it here.

‘Two Tickets to Paradise’ was brought back into the forefront of pop culture by the Geico Eddie Money Travel commercial.

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