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Rick Perry Has A Rap/Country Song About Rick Perry

This is almost as good as Ben Carson's "Lose Yourself" choir.

Posted on June 4, 2015, at 1:17 p.m. ET

Rainier Ehrhardt / AP

Former Texas Governor Rick Perry came to the stage to announce his presidential campaign on Thursday to the tune of an interesting song: a rap song that turned into a country song about Rick Perry.

"Rick Perry supporter, let's protect our border," the rap part says. "To hell with anyone who don’t believe in the USA / Rick Perry all the way."

"I won't back up / I don't back down / I been raised up / To stand my ground / Take my job / But not my gun / Tax my check till I ain't got none / 'Cept for the good lord up above / I answer to no one," the country part says.

"Give me my right to vote / My right to tote / The weapon of my choice, don't censor my voice," goes the second rap verse.

A spokesperson for Perry didn't immediately return a request for comment about the song.

The song appears to be a modified version of Colt Ford's "Answer to No One."

The song being played at Rick Perry's announcement/my new anthem: Colt Ford "Answer To No One" feat. JJ Lawhorn

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.