Kid Rock Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Kid Rock Lyrics - by Popularity

1 When It Rains
2 My Name Is Rock
3 I Wanna Go Back
4 Picture
5 All Summer Long
6 Live
7 Purple Sky
8 Collide
9 Rock On
10 Fuck That
11 Classic Rock
12 I Wanna Be A Cowboy
13 Dark & Grey
14 I Put Your Picture Away
15 So Hott
16 Super Rhyme Maker
17 God Bless Saturday
18 Country Boy Can Survive
19 Bawitdaba
20 The Cramper
21 Cocky
22 Fuck Off
23 I Am The Bullgod (Bottrill Mix)
24 Times Like These
25 The Prodigal Son Returns
26 Rock Bottom Blues
27 Don't Tell Me You Love Me
28 Yo-Da-Lin in the Valley
29 For The First Time (In A Long Time)
31 Killin Brain Cells
32 My Oedipus Complex
33 Lowlife
34 Kyle's Mom Is A Big Fat Bitch
35 Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp
36 Bawitaba
37 Baby Come Home
38 Devil Without a Cause
39 Slow My Roll
40 Fuck U Blind
41 Lonely Road Of Faith
42 Only God Knows Why
43 Rollin' On The Island
44 Wax the Booty
45 Wasting Time
46 Where U at Rock
47 What I Learned Out On The Road
48 Forty
49 Half Your Age
50 Where You At Rock
51 You Never Met A Motherfucker Quite Like Me
52 3 Sheets To The Wind (What's My Name)
53 Trippin With Dick Vitale
54 Cowboy
55 You Never Met A Motherfucker
56 Born 2 B A Hick
57 Picture Ft. Sheryl Crow
58 Rock 'n' Roll Jesus
59 Fist of Rage
60 Welcome 2 the Party
61 New York's Not My Home
62 Forever
63 Cadillac Pussy
64 Pimp of the Nation
65 Warm Winter
66 I'm A Dog
67 I Am The Bullgod
68 Born To Be A Hick
69 Waisting Time
70 Step in Stride
71 I'm Wrong But You Ain't Right
72 Roll On
73 Style of X-Pression
74 Lay It On Me
75 I Got One for Ya
76 Sugar
77 Balls In Your Mouth
78 Midnight Train To Memphis
79 Roving Gangster (Rollin')
80 Trippin' Over a Rock
81 New Orleans
82 Son Of Detroit
83 Fuck You Blind
84 Blue Jeans And A Rosary
85 Desperate-Rado
86 Trucker Anthem
87 Run Off To L.A.
88 Feel Like Makin' Love
89 With a One-Two
90 Well All Right
91 Fred
92 WSCR"(feat. Snoop Dogg
93 The Midwest Fall
94 Cold & Empty
95 Ya Keep On
96 Hard Night For Sarah
97 The History Of Rock (Intro)
98 In So Deep
99 Jackson, Mississippi
100 Black Bob
101 Chickens In The Pen
102 Baby-Kain
103 When U Love Someone
104 WCSR
105 Higher
106 Is That You?
107 Rebel Soul
108 Pancake Breakfast
109 Let's Ride
110 Detroit Thang
111 I Am
112 Celebrate
113 Redneck Paradise
114 Black Chick, White Guy
115 Legs
116 Prodigal Son
117 Hillbilly Stomp
118 The Mirror
119 Rock 'n' Roll Pain Train
120 Freestyle Rhyme
121 Abdul Jabar Cut
122 Do It For You
123 Abortion
124 Cocaine and Gin
125 T.V. Dinner
126 Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp - Featuring Joe C. & Tino
127 Intro
128 Cramp Ya Style
129 Genuine Article
130 Blast
131 American Bad Ass
132 Midnight Ferry
133 U Don't Know Me
134 Drunk In The Morning
135 If I Was President
136 Care
137 3 CATT Boogie
138 Lonely Road Of Faith (Alternate Version)
139 Amen
140 Krack Rocks
141 Fortunate Son
142 Born Free
143 Detroit, Michigan
144 Fuck Off (Featuring Eminem)
145 I Know How
146 God Save Rock n Roll
147 Cadillac Pussy (Featuring Hank Willimas, Jr.)
148 Single Father
149 New Skin
150 Happy New Year
151 American Badass
152 Outro
153 Rock 'n' Roll
154 Flyin' High
155 Back From The Dead
156 Mr. Rock n Roll
157 You Never Met A Motherf**Ker Quite Like Me
158 Paid
159 Slow My Roll (Porch Version)
160 The Upside
161 Blue Jeans & A Rosary
162 Cucci Galore
163 When You Love Someone
164 Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)
165 Shotgun Blast
166 Bullgod
167 Flyin' High
168 Blow Me
169 Rain Check
170 Somebody's Gotta Feel This

Kid Rock Bio

Robert James Ritchie (born January 17, 1971), known by his stage name Kid Rock, is an American musician and performer known for his eccentric personality and his ability to mix rap with heavy metal, rock and roll, rythmn and blues and country music. He has sold over 25 million records to date.

A decade before his breakthrough into the mainstream, he lived a secluded small-town life; releasing four popular albums for his local fan base. His debut album, Grits Sandwiches for Breakfast, was released on Jive Records in 1990 and earned him a local following, due to the raunchiness of the lead single, "Yo Da Lin In The Valley". However, Jive dropped him from the label in 1991. Next, he signed with Continuum Records based out of Brooklyn, NY and released The Polyfuze Method in 1993 and Fire It Up in 1994. After Continuum released him in 1994 he went independent, starting Top Dog Records. At Top Dog Records, he sold bootleg dubs of his own records to pay his rent. He would work as a janitor at Detroit's famed White Room Studios to get recording time for his 1996 release Early Morning Stoned Pimp. He had to request a loan from his father to press the album. His father gave him the lifeline he needed. After E.M.S.P garnered him local attention, he sat up a showcase concert on March 30,1997 at Detroit's State Theatre. The only label to show up was Atlantic Records who had been to previous shows and after watching his performance, they signed him.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kid_rock