Lynyrd Skynyrd and 38 Special Members Record Campaign Song for Florida Governor Ron Desantis


LYNYRD SKYNYRD singer Johnny Van Zant and his brother Donnie Van Zant of 38 SPECIAL have written and recorded a new campaign theme song for the Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis.

Earlier today (Friday April 1), Johnny told Fox News ‘ “Fox and Friends” this DeSantis represents everything he and his brother, who were born in Jacksonville, believe in.

“We have to thank Governor DeSantis for standing tall and believing what he believes…He has been a great ruler to us,” Johnny noted. “He stands for what he believes in. So don’t come here trying to change the things that we do well in the Sunshine State. Stay out of our business. Leave our Governor alone. In sweet, sweet Florida, our Governor is red, white and blue… He shoots us telling us the truth.”

the “Sweet Florida” words of Johnny and Donnie also hit in the US President Joe Biden and the nation’s top infectious disease specialist Dr Anthony Faucisaying, “You can take it to the bank, he doesn’t care what Brandon think of the White House,” using the code for a swear-laden chant. As it concerns Faucithe song says that DeSantis “is taken to the swamp and he cries Dr Fauci.”

“We really wrote it…in a matter of hours, and we saved it on an iPhone and sent it to the governor,” Johnny Explain. “We’ve never done this before…and we took a chance.”

DeSantisa Republican who is running for re-election and is widely seen as a potential 2024 presidential candidate, a song about his state modeled on the LYNYRD SKYNYRD to hit “Sweet Home Alabama”.

“We really appreciate you doing this,” DeSantis say it Van Zant brother son “Fox and Friends”. “I think it’s really, really special. They did a great job, and it’s a catchy song.”

“Sweet Florida” is available on Spotify and Apple Music and the music video can be seen on

Last month, DeSantis said his state “leads the free world”, with proponents of his often controversial policies viewing Florida as the new “citadel of freedom”.

DeSantis repeatedly attacked Biden and his administration’s response to the coronavirus, going so far as to distinguish Fauci by selling products from the “Don’t Fauci My Florida” campaign.

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