Ray Lewis Gets His Own Dancing Light Show on Baltimore Skyscraper

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Ray Lewis dancing on the side of a building?

Yes, please. 

The city of Baltimore loves Lewis and, as a tribute to his contributions to the Ravens, Baltimore's Marriott Waterfront in Harbor East honored him with a light show.

The display is short, but sweet. 

It features Lewis' No. 52, then fades out to a figure of Lewis breaking out in his trademark introduction dance.

I'm sure this is just a prelude to greater, more permanent honors, as the 17-year pro will surely be honored with a statue at some point, both outside of M&T Bank Stadium and inside Canton.

The surefire Hall-of-Fame linebacker has meant more than any other player in the short history of the Ravens and it's pretty sweet to see him up in lights, dancing for the last time in the city of Baltimore. 

Lewis and the Ravens will travel to Gillette Stadium to face the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game this Sunday. 

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