Gary Rossington Tells You When & Why Ronnie Van Zant Wrote "Sweet Home"

It's the famous lyric rock star feud between Skynyrd and Neil Young...Neil wrote 2 songs about racism in the South: "Southern Man," and "Alabama," and Ronnie, in his tribute song to the state of Alabama told Neil Young to stick it, with now famous lyrics, including "Well I hope Neil Young will remember, a southern man doesn't need him around anyhow..." Here, surviving original Skynyrd member Gary Rossington tells how the song came about, and contrary to how it sounds, he says his band always loved Neil Young, and still does...check this out http://ultimateclassicrock.com/lynyrd-skynyrd-sweet-home-alabama/

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