Bedrock Anthem

Album: Alapalooza (1993)

Songfacts®:

  • This is a parody of 2 Red Hot Chili Peppers songs: the first verse of "Under The Bridge" and "Give It Away." The Music Video is similar to a Red Hot Chili Peppers video except clips of the TV Show The Flintstones (which is the basis for the parody) are included. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Danny - Franklin, GA
  • The beginning of the video also parodies Blind Melon's "No Rain" video, with the little girl dancing in a bee costume. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Cliff - Burkesville, KY

Comments: 4

  • Chase from Miami, Flto Dan of Lee NH the intro is under the bridge, the greatest song ever by the peppers
  • Luke from Manchester, EnglandThe girl in the bee costume is a tribute to the song 'No Rain' by Blind Melon
  • Joe from Chicago, ArLOL!!!!!!!!!......this song is halerious......i love weird al
  • Dan from Lee, NhThe intro to this song sounds so much like Under The Bridge it's hard to tell the difference.
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