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Album: Don't Tell Me How To Live (feat. Monster Truck) - Single

Artist: Kid Rock

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 Top Dog Records

Tracklist For Don't Tell Me How To Live (feat. Monster Truck) - Single By Artist Kid Rock

Title Artist Time
Don't Tell Me How To Live (fea Kid Rock 4:02 USD 1.29

Reviews For Don't Tell Me How To Live (feat. Monster Truck) - Single By Artist Kid Rock

  • Let’s go brandon

    By Bigal1234
    Let’s go brandon
  • Waste

    By BC69
    Kid Rock has become a joke.
  • Stop giving people who can’t sing attention

    By breannnerae
    These guys can’t sing and those of you who are saying this is good are just saying it because you have the same views and don’t care how bad it is. There’s so many artists that can sing let’s give them the attention they deserve instead of this crap. Imagine being so obsessed with party that not only do you put it above country but also buy/listen to/claim this is good “music”. Oh and before all you snowflakes get mad about my comment I’m not a democrat or republican I vote based on ideas not the stupid letter behind the name.
  • For the snowflakes

    By bad orange man
    Poor babies! Great song about offending snowflakes that offends snowflakes!
  • Human Pig

    By onederbunz
    White trash scum
  • Cringe

    By ChristenNotForgotten
    Another public figure insulting Millenials who make up the major workforce and consumer base in the U.S. (we are in our 30’s and 40’s) by mischaracterizing the generation who isn’t us but is our children (Zennials). How far does anyone think that goes? There is too much vulgarity in this for my Boomer dad. Who did he make this song for if not a few Gen X who have bad taste in music and politics? Hope it pays your bills, Kid Rock.
  • Yep this a flamethrower to the snowflakes.

    By Cobra667
    Kid Rock digs deep and brings the heat to the current political situation. Kid Rock is gonna do Kid Rock!
  • Kiddddd

    By Eminembetter
    Spitting fax
  • F Bombs

    By avakitty
    Trashy Lyrics!
  • Back for more

    By COWBOY68
    If you like Kid Rock , this won’t disappoint !!! Classic , in your face , raw !!! Great message , of course it will offend the offended and he doesn’t care !!!

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