Brad Keselowski "Won't Back Down" and Other Telling Tunes From Bristol

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Brad Keselowski

In the song "Sympathy For The Devil," The Rolling Stones sang,

"Please allow me to introduce myself
I'm a man of wealth and taste."

Well, 43 tasty men take the track this weekend, and by now, most fans are probably familiar with the entrance songs that their favorite driver will be introduced to during Sunday's pre-race in Bristol.

The songs, handpicked by the drivers, give us a glimpse into each individual personality and provide a soundtrack for what we can expect on the track.

We recognize the hard driving beats that will no doubt pump up the crowd and the choruses that we can sing along to with ease.

It's the "hook" that sucks us in, the catchy part of the song that more than likely the drivers will use as they make their way across the stage. But look a little deeper into the lyrics and we just may find a hidden meaning.

Listen a little closer and one can't help but to wonder if the real reason for a driver's choosing of a particular song lies not in the title, but in the content.

I've highlighted this week's Top 12 and included a few other notable selections for this weekend's race.

Humor me a little and enjoy!

*Please note, some of the musical content is mature in nature.

Driver Photos Courtesy of Sam Greenwood/Getty Images for NASCAR

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