Like you, we sometimes wonder: what's the greatest Kid Rock song ever?
It's hard to say. On the one hand, you have the earlier hits like "Only God Knows Why" and "Cowboy;" on the other hand, you have more recent stuff like "So Hott" and "All Summer Long." All are testaments to the human spirit.
We were thinking about this the other day, when we discovered that Kid Rock himself--you know, the real one!--regards "Amen," off the Rock N Roll Jesus album, as "the best song I've ever written." Excited, we watched the video, and realized that the video was also the best song he's ever written! Or something like that.
It's important to share this info with our readers, we decided, so here we are. As is our habit, we're interpreting the video on behalf of Kid Rock via our captions, which are weird and dissonant this week. But enjoy the vid, enjoy the captions, celebrate life, and be back here again next week for even more caption zaniness!
Important blog note! If you like reading comments you may have already read, this is the place to be! Yes, it's "Repost Week" here at Framed, that delightful time when your excellent comments are posted for a second time...and replied to! Why, it's almost as if the lucky readers quoted have won life's lottery and will forevermore be irresistible to the opposite sex and have lots of money!
From the "Jimi Hendrix, Framed": "picture 8 is pretty dam low on the funny meter 4 students were killed at Kent State. How would like someone making that kind of fun about your loved ones?"--Chicka
Framed replies: We would like that.
From the "Billy Currington, Framed": "Lol. this was a funny view on a great country song."--ned c
Framed replies: Yes, it was. Thank you.
From the "Madonna, Framed": "Mr. Kordosh, it's "Ja" not "Jah". Please don't quote the German language if you can't do it correctly. Sad to know someone who is supposed to be as educated as you didn't take advantage of the fact that the correct spelling of a two letter word was only a mouse-click away from you."--missinugianna
Framed replies: We suck.
"I am familiar with Mr. Riegel's work in Creem magazine. We both worked in Cincinnati at one point in our lives, but I do not know if he was born there like I was. He was a huge fan of Lester Bangs. He is an icon, just like O'Connor, Kordosh, and DiMartino."--Yahoo! Music User
Framed replies: You're just making up names now, right?
From the "Asia, Framed": "I think you meant Febreze. Fabreeze! is a computer network."--Yahoo! Music User
Framed replies: Jah, what you said.
"I am completely familiar with Asia. I was only 6 years old when they put out their first album."--Nathan I
Framed replies: !
1 -- War: what isn't it good for?
2 -- Badly shamed, the flag withdrew from the pantheon after the other flags mocked its President as a socialist, a Nazi, and a wimp.
3 -- "Yes, O Country Music Lords! Of course I pledge my fealty!"
4 -- This would get Kid's latest album a mention in "New This Week," as it had so many others.
5 -- "I have my books and my poetry to protect me."
6 -- "O Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, but you were not willing! And also, what's the deal with these onions? Seriously."
7 -- Halford's gay! Live with it!
8 -- Eventually, all the Americans decided to move to Arizona to pass laws and stuff!
9 -- "Forgive me, my Lord. I actually don't know the relationship between a bear in the woods and the Holy Father. I just don't know."
10 -- Gunno, The Sentient Weapon, is back and vowing to "teach the caption-haters a lesson!"
11 -- "Here you go, kids. Bible-reading Christian children get free candy every day, of course."
12 -- "Can you remember a more beautiful September morning, Tower Two? Life is good!"