We all know that The Rock is the most electrifying man in entertainment. He layeth the smackdown on a variety of wrestlers from stars such as Mick Foley, Stone Cold and The Undertaker to a bunch oh no-name jobbers. He's a trailblazer in an industry where many look upon him as a role modal for millions all around America.
We've all witnessed the classic matches that The Rock had in the Attitude Era and we've repeated his catch phrases to the point where it's second nature to tell everyone that it doesn't matter what they think! He has become bigger than Hulk Hogan by staying relevant in the ever changing tides of pop culture and much more popular than a certain fruity pebble that makes poop jokes every other Monday night.
Some of those electrifying moments came via his mouth which transformed into beautiful tunes that became lyrics to an epic song. When he's in the mood to sing, it's always comic gold in the form of lyrical disses. I have gotten down and dirty in searching for nearly all of The Rock's "songs" and this slide show is in dedication to those wondrous musical moments by The Great One himself!
The rock is not the Scrooge of the WWE, as he always gives back to his fans, and he's certainly not a the Grinch, as his heart is tenfold bigger and more electrifying.
He embraces the holiday cheer and occasionally gets some "pie" from Mrs. Claus. The Rock's version of the 12 Days of Christmas is both magical and more intense than the more mundane classic version.
Needless to say, The Rock is a very caring gentleman; to all the ladies that goes beyond the simple effect of his movable eyebrow.
He loves to sing happy birthday as much as he loves dreaming about Pies.
Stephanie McMahon received a heart warming Happy Birthday song by The Rock that made her feel all tingly inside. Also, the the lyrics are as genuinely true as eyes are blue.
The Rock had two critically acclaimed concerts that put the likes of Slayer, Rascal Flatts, The Beatles and Jackson Five to shame.
The first concert is without a doubt the best of the two and one of Sacramento's personal favorites. The words The Rock shared with Sacramento was something very special.
I remember The Rock singing La Bama to Eddie Guerrero like it was yesterday. It's so hard to believe that The Rock is in Hollywood being Mr. Movie Star while occasionally popping his award winning smile to throw some PG-Rated insults at John Cena.
What's even harder to comprehend is that the man who lied, cheated and stole his way in the hearts of nearly every pro-wrestling fan's heart is no longer here with us. La Bama is hilarious and brings back fond memories of both men.
The Rock and Kurt Angle are some of the most intense wrestlers in the ring but have great skills in hitting their comic timing as well.
The Rock is funny in terms of being crass, while bragging about kicking some candy ass.
Angle always proudly shows his Olympic gold medals, but often times get's as excited as a female tween trying to crack a joke to Justin Bieber.
Separately they are comedians, but when they sing, they are comic gods that'll make our spleens burst at a moments notice.
The Rock and Stone Cold standing nose to nose, eye to eye and the fans be ready to chant the "WHATS?," "CAN YOU SMEELLLL?" and "Hell Yeahs" within a blink of an eyelash.
Having two icons in the same ring at once is like playing with fire, as someone will get the beat-down of their life. When they start breaking out their musical skills to "ease the tension" it was an awesome moment for me as a fan!
The Rock and Coach are like salt/pepper, Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie and Phineas/Ferb, as they are made for each other. Every time they are paired together something magically delicious occurs between the two men.
I have a firm belief that both men would of had a web show on WWE.com if the WWE were as Internet savvy back in the '90s as they are now. Also who in the blue hell listens to Copacabana?
The Rock is a major Elvis fan. It's very obvious to see, as you can see some of The Rock's mannerisms are similar to the king of rock.
This is another one of The Rock's kind-hearted moments where he gives a nice old lady birthday wishes and sings to her. It was a bit unsettling seeing how she literally wanted the piece of The Rock, if ya catch my drift.
Jerry Lee Lewis is a bona fide musical legend, and The Rock, being a living legend himself, wisely thought he'd pay tribute by singing his own version of Great Balls of Fire.
Lewis was in the Smackdown crowd and had smile of a wild child when hearing The People's Champ pay tribute to him. It was a classy move by The Rock!
We came, saw and I bet some of you crazy kiddos even sang along with The Great One.
The Rock will still go one-on-one with any of today's generation of stars. He can act a lot better than anyone in a WWE studios film and can sing better than Justin Bieber. The Rock is simply perfection!