This is the story of a white guy from a middle class background who loses his virginity to a black girl from a troubled background in the junior high bathroom. The white guy plays father to a son she has with another man, and also fathers two of her other children. He soon discovers that one of the children he thought was his, really wasn't, so he takes his son and leaves.
Kid Rock says this story is 99% percent true. He is the white guy and the black chick is the mother of his son, Kid Rock Jr. (OK, Robert James Ritchie Jr.), born in 1993. Rock was 22 when the child was born.
The woman this song is about is Kelley Russell, who entered the public record when she sued Rock for defamation and invasion of privacy in 1999. She isn't mentioned in the song, but claims she was implicated when Rock told the story to Rolling Stone, and that his story was "inflammatory, untrue and hurtful." She also named the magazine in the lawsuit.
It appears the lawsuit was dismissed; the couple also reached a custody agreement where, according to the Detroit Free Press, Russell, an auto worker for Ford, paid Rock $25 per month.
This first appeared on Kid Rock's 1996 album Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp, which he financed and released himself. He re-recorded it and included it on his next album, Devil Without a Cause, his first with Lava Records. That album broke him through to the big time, selling over 11 million copies in America.