How Sam Cooper’s songs changed my life

I’m just a little guy on a stage in a giant arena, trying to make a little noise.

Sam Cooper is the voice of the Chicago Bears in the ’90s.

He’s a former NFL linebacker, a former NBA player, a father of three and an all-time great of the American sports scene.

The man has the voice and the persona of a pro athlete.

But as Cooper was growing up in New York, he was the kind of guy who wanted to do whatever he could to make himself heard.

He became a singer and songwriter, which is how he became the voice for Chicago Bears quarterback Tom Brady, the NFL’s reigning Super Bowl champion.

Cooper is one of the most popular NFL players of all time.

His song “Wrecking Ball” is still the No. 1 song on the Billboard charts and has become the soundtrack for many of the Bears’ postseason victories.

But Cooper is also a person who, in a world where everyone’s in their own bubble, wants to do something different.

It’s something that’s not necessarily for everyone.

And Cooper isn’t the only person who’s changed the way he thinks about himself and his career.

He may be the first player to do so in a big way.

Cooper grew up in a quiet, rural neighborhood in New Jersey.

He was the son of a single mom.

Cooper didn’t have a high school diploma.

But he was a good student.

When he was about 12, he started playing in a band and later as a drummer.

Cooper was an athletic kid who liked to play football and basketball.

In high school, Cooper became an All-American.

Coordin joined the New York Giants after graduating from New Jersey State University.

Cooper said he was recruited to the Giants by his older brother, who was the head coach.

Cooper played on the same team as Odell Beckham Jr., but they never got on the field.

Coopers family wasn’t thrilled with the way Cooper was treated at New Jersey’s high school.

Cooper’s dad, John, worked as a school custodian, and his mother, Jane, worked at a hospital.

Cooper felt he didn’t belong there.

So Cooper started acting out in front of school and on the football field.

It wasn’t until Cooper was in high school that his father gave Cooper his first guitar.

The guitar had a distinctive sound, and Cooper’s father told Cooper that he could make his own music.

Copper played in the band with his brother, Davey.

Davey had also started playing music, but he didn: Cooper was always the one who got into it.

Cooper had a hard time with his father and felt he was wasting time.

So in 1992, Cooper went to live with his dad and two older brothers.

He lived in a house in the same town as his father.

Cooper also played football, basketball and baseball at the nearby New Jersey Academy of Music.

When Cooper was a senior, he made the team as a quarterback.

Cooper, who had never played a down, was the first quarterback to take the field in an NFL game.

The Bears played the Detroit Lions in Super Bowl XXIX, and the Bears won.

Cooper threw for 1,619 yards, six touchdowns and five interceptions in the game.

Cooper ended up leading the NFL in passing touchdowns that season, but his biggest accomplishment came in Super Bad Week.

In Super Bad, Cooper led the Bears to a 27-13 win over the Seattle Seahawks.

He threw for 526 yards and three touchdowns.

Coops best performance came in the playoffs against the Denver Broncos.

Cooper started in place of injured starter Ben Roethlisberger, who left the game with a concussion.

Cooper completed 11 of 22 passes for 212 yards and two touchdowns.

Cooper added a 69-yard touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas in the third quarter of the game to put the Bears ahead 23-21.

Colin led the NFL with 661 yards passing that season.

His career total is 6,826 yards.

Coins best season was in 2001, when he threw for 6,976 yards and 21 touchdowns.

That season also was the most successful for Cooper, as he led the league with 3,874 passing yards and 19 touchdowns.

In 2002, Cooper joined the Pittsburgh Steelers.

He won Super Bowl XXXVIII, and he became one of only two players in NFL history to win three Super Bowls.

Cooper finished the season with 4,611 yards passing, 18 touchdowns and 13 interceptions.

Coos greatest game came in 2005, when Cooper completed 21 of 30 passes for 300 yards and a touchdown.

Cooper led his team to a 23-14 win over Seattle.

Cooper then completed three passes for 38 yards and scored on a 27 of 44 pass.

Coz’s greatest game was in 2007, when the Steelers defeated the Detroit Pistons, 21-17, in the Super Bowl.

Cooper rushed for 3,086 yards and 27 touchdowns.

He also scored three times in Super Sunday