Kyle Turley’s Song “Flying Helmets”

October 26th, 2008| by

Below is the clip from Kyle Turley’s song “Flying Helmets” off his debut album, “Anger Management.”

The song is in reference to him ripping the helmet off a New York Jets defender in 2001 and chucking it across the field, after which he was ordered to go to anger management classes by the New Orleans Saints.

Choice lyrics include, ““F*** Mike Martz, I never liked him anyway. I shoulda stayed my a** in New Orleans” and “I love Robert Smith. He’s got a lot to say. Football gave him a million dollars and he quit and walked away. P****.”

[Editor’s Note: Don’t worry, the swear words are bleeped out.]

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