Per the gospel according to Kid Rock, nothing says summer quite like "sipping whiskey out the bottle" and "singing 'Sweet Home Alabama.'" And since his new video, "All Summer Long," takes us way way back to the year 1989 -- though not as far back as the Beach Boys, who wrote the song of the same name back in 1964 -- we get to see Kid's ideal summer (essentially a trashier version of Bryan Adams' "Summer of '69") reenacted by a more-Fabio'ed version of his 17-year-old self.
And what's the only thing better than watching two underage peroxide blonds get soft-core by a campfire? Listening to Kid Rock whimsically reflect on simpler times with lyrics like: "We didn't have no Internet/ but man I never will forget/ the way the moonlight shined upon her hair..."
And now, thanks to Kid Rock's new video, neither will we.