What is this article about?
This article is about the song used for the song by the Philadelphia Eagles during the team’s game against the Washington Capitals on April 25, 2017.
It is not the song that was used during the Eagles game against New York Islanders on March 26, 2018.
The song was originally titled “Bad Bunny,” and was originally performed by the Eagles during their last game of the season.
In the Eagles song, the Eagles players are seen performing a dance move in a bar before they are attacked by an angry mob, who then kill their guard dog and then take their dog.
The Eagles then take off the jersey and play a game of tag, which is a game where players tag each other with a ball.
The Eagles have a history of using bad bunny as their unofficial anthem.
When the Eagles took over the New Jersey Devils on February 17, 2017, they took a song called “Bad Rabbit” that had previously been played by the Devils and changed it to “The Eagles Anthem.”
The Eagles released a song “Bad Rabbits Anthem” in January of 2018, and it featured the song as its title.
A tweet from Eagles spokesman Mike MacLaren noted that the Eagles are using the song in concert as they perform at various concerts.