Behind The 'Super Bowl Shuffle'

Commercial success, frustrated players, lawsuits shuffled into song's equation

Updated: December 9, 2010, 11:41 AM ET
By Wayne Drehs | ESPN.com

CHICAGO -- On the night Julia Meyer finally had enough, she was watching television.

Mindlessly flipping through the channels, trying to fall asleep, she stumbled onto a home shopping channel special featuring a framed collection of photos from the 1985 Chicago Bears. Included was a shot from the "Super Bowl Shuffle" music video her deceased husband had written and produced. Meyer hopped out of bed, pressed her nose up against the television screen and, as the copyright holder for ...

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