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To be a professional soccer player.
To be the best football Player I can be
i wish i could be a basketball player.i hope to be a boxer and a football player.
my dream is to be point guard for duke blue devils and have a good scholorship most of all I want to graduated from tarboro high and go to duke unversesity and be in the NBA and stop anmial abuse by:N...
i have a dream that one day i will become a famous pop singer and my music will change people lifes for the better i want to work with nicki minaj and rihanna
to Be Pro BasketBall player
to snow board to care and share
To sing and dance and make more money.
To be a famous football reciever like Randy Moss, Jerry Rice, Emmitt Smith, Roddy White and Juilo Jones.
i have a dream that one day i will be a professional wrestler. i want to be a wrestler because you get paid for it and my favorite wrestler is Randy Orton.
i have a dream to be afamous basketball player of all time
I have a dream that people in the NFL can't age out. I dream that if people think they can play in the NFL than let them play...
I want to become a famous soccer player. I will give 15% of my money to the poor. I would like to show people that they need to follow their dreams.
My dream is to win first place at worlds and, NCA! DOnt quIT
My dream is to be a pro basketball player
to become a professional tennis player and become number I. -Arul
is to be the richiest,cooliest man in the world
I have a dream that one day football players will be safe when they play football. Football is supposed to be a fun sport, not a sport where people get hurt.
my dream is to be a Knicks player
my dream is to become a doctor that works with kids and (obgyn) open my own restaurant, become a hair stylets and become a lawyer.
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