NASCAR Drove Old Dixie Down

Posted by admin on June 10, 2020 Audio | Blog | Parody Songs | Spence's Song of the Week | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No comments

We can be honest, NASCAR is strongly associated with the south. Hell, its roots come from running moonshine; revved up cars that could outrun the police.

It would be easy to see the Confederate flag hand in hand with racing. And it has been for years, until today.

See my emotional “I’m Here” video for Black Lives Matter.

NASCAR announced that the stars and bars would be banned from flying at all races and events. This announcement followed, African-American driver, Bubba Wallace’s assertion that the flag, often considered racist, should have no place in racing.

With all due respect to country great, Waylon Jennings,, this is a parody of the “Theme song to Dukes of Hazard (Good ‘Ol Boys)” to celebrate NASCAR doing the right thing and driving Dixie down.