Shondrika Anderson

Rookie - 22 Points (September 17' 1985 / New Orleans)

'Who Dat...' - Poem by Shondrika Anderson

' WHO DAT...'
Now it must be said that them Saints go hard.
We bout to make them birds holla and call on the Lord.
When it comes to putting it down Drew Brees gon do his thing.
Them Saints gon make them Falcons cry, like a choir they gon sing.
...... In black and gold them Saints bout to cover the ground.
Them Saints gon make it rain with each and every touchdown.
With Colston going long receiving the ball.
There's no way them Falcon dirty birds ain't gon fall.
Now Ingram, Thomas, and Sproles running it down from each end of the field.
It's time to show them who we are, Saints you know the deal.
WHO DAT is what we say loud, and proudly we stand.
Them Saints go hard, sending them Falcon dirty birds to the promise land.

WHO DAT! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

Comments about 'Who Dat...' by Shondrika Anderson

  • Robin Bennett (7/17/2012 7:20:00 PM)

    Get out girl, I'm a Who Dat! Born and raised in NOLA! Small freaking world! If we get bored one day we can discuss the Saints! Totally random and cool to read my third poem of yours and I see this and can relate to every single word! At least Drew got his $$$$$$$$. Nasty Falcons! Feel the same as you about them. Hate to even mention them without calling them nasty or birds! You are now at the top of my cool chick list! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 26, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 27, 2011

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