First we were treated to "All He Do Is Lin" and "Linsane in the Membrane," and now it's "Lin On Me." The latest tribute song to New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin takes us all the way back to 1972 with Billy Withers' hit "Lean On Me."
Created by a group called NOC, the song's lyrics reference former Knicks players like Charlie Ward, Latrell Sprewell, John Starks, Charles Oakley (along with his car wash) and Stephon Marbury. The ballad comes off as a celebration of all that Lin has done for the Knicks in such a short time frame -- scoring more points in his first five starts than any player in NBA history, leading New York to seven straight wins. Our favorite part may be lines about New Yorkers not being able to actually watch these Knicks games.
What other classic song deserves to be relinvented?
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