Hank Williams Jr. has never been one to shy away from controversy. He says it like it is and it is like he says.
He is a country boy. And, country boys can survive. Now, he is rolling out another moving ballad, equally as catchy as country boys.
Patriots everywhere are in mourning as the best president we’ve ever had retired to Florida and, of course, for the loss of innocent lives. Williams is releasing this song to bring hope to fellow patriotic Americans.
Let’s face it. We aren’t strangers. We all know the rules. A full commitment is what we give, unlike the other guys.
It’s a song about never giving up. Never letting those around you down. It’s about never running around or deserting in the line of duty.
It’s about not crying and not saying goodbye, but being honest and not hurting each other.
Hank says of the song:
“We’ve known each other for a long, long time and our hearts have been aching. We don’t have to be shy to say it. Honestly, we all know what’s been going on. We know the game, and well, we’re going to play it.”
Joe Barron, who has screened the song and had this to say:
“You asking me how I’m feeling? Oh c’mon. Don’ tell me you’re too blind to see it.”
Liberal radio is vowing to never allow the song to hit the airwaves. However, there are enough patriots in country music to blast this one from coast to coast!
And, they will!
WSTFU in Frothburg, Texas is prepared to play the song for 24 hours straight in honor of every patriot who is hurting right now.
The song is scheduled to hit country radio tomorrow at noon. But, here’s a sneak peek for those who just can’t wait for it!