Like all Kid Rock songs, this was not available as a digital download when it was released, so if you wanted the song legally, you had to buy the album. You could, however, download various cover versions of the song, which was kind of like buying a fake Rolex. Once a song is released, anyone can record it by paying the statutory royalty rate, which means popular bands that refuse iTunes are likely to see all manner of bizarro versions of their songs appear on the service and capitalize on the song's success. On iTunes, you can download non-Rock versions of this song by "Hit Masters," "The Rock Heroes" and "Southern All Stars."
On October 3, 2008, Rock did make his music available for a limited time on the Rhapsody service, with the agreement that only full albums could be downloaded, something iTunes wouldn't allow.
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