Hank Williams Jr. Releases New Song Via Free Download

    October 10, 2011
    Josh Wolford

Hank Williams Jr. has just released a new song called “Keep The Change,” that was written in response to his recent problems stemming from comments he made on Fox & Friends.

Williams was yanked by ESPN’s Monday Night Football broadcast last Monday after he made statements comparing President Obama to Hitler. You can watch those comments below –

The song references the last week’s events –

So Fox and 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

Yeah you can keep Fox and Friends and ESPN out of your homes too
Cause Bocephus and all his rowdy friends and his song is outta there

It is available as a free download for the next 48 hours. You can receive the track via email using the box below –

Williams announced the release of the track via Facebook and Twitter:

Hank Williams Jr.Hank couldn’t wait on the BIG announcement. He has hit the studio to record “Keep The Change” and wants to offer it to all his Rowdy Friends free for 48 hours! Download it now and tell all your friends!

Hank has recorded a song called “Keep The Change” and wants to offer it free for 48 hours to all his Rowdy Friends. http://t.co/U4sFWtPp 59 minutes ago via web · powered by @socialditto

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