Hank Williams Jr. sticks it to ESPN in new song

Williams apologized after making the comments that prompted ESPN to pull his intro to last week’s Monday Night Football telecast. But upon learning that ESPN was cutting ties with him permanently, the country singer decided to write a song about the recent controversy.
The song, called “Keep the Change,” blasts both Fox & Friends and ESPN.

Here are the lyrics to the song, accor

ding to Deadspin:
I’ll keep my freedom
I’ll keep my guns
Try to keep my money
And my religion too
Try to keep on workin’
Try to keep on smilin’
I will keep my Christian name and y’all can keep the change
I’ll keep my heroes
Pictures on the wall
I’ll keep my family safe
You’re [something] when I call
I’m gonna keep my big V8
Keep my friends the same
Keep the government outta my business
And y’all can keep the change
This country sure as hell been goin’ down the drain
We know what we need
We know who to blame
United Socialist States Of America
How do you like that name?
I’ll keep the U.S.A. and y’all can keep the change
So Fox & Friends
Wanna put me down
Ask for my opinion
Then twist it all around
Supposed to be talkin’ about my father’s new CD
Well, two can play that gotcha game, just wait and see
Don’t tread on me!
This country sure as hell been goin’ down the drain
We know what we need
We know who to blame
United Socialist States Of America
Don’t you just love that name?
I’ll keep the U.S.A. and y’all can keep the change
I’ll keep the U.S.A. and y’all can keep the change

Yeah, you can keep Fox & Friends and ESPN outta yer homes, too! ‘Cause Bocephus and all his rowdy friends—and his song—is out of there! NESN.com

 

When it comes to Rednecks, subliminal messages don’t really exist.  Mainly because most neck of the reds don’t know how to implant a subliminal message, so they just blurt out their real feelings or emotions.  And Hank Williams Jr. lived up to the redneck name and didn’t even come close to subtly portraying his feelings.  “The United Socialist States of America, how do you like that name” line is a prime of example of what I’m talking about.  Pure, uncut, red neck right there.

 

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