The latest casualty in society's "oops that's racist" climate, the song Dixieland Delight has been banned from all Alabama Bars, taverns, sporting events, and private gatherings.
The Alabama hit has been a staple for local bands and part time Dj's when they need to pump up an audience for unfiltered "Roll Tides" and drunken Woo Girl mating calls.
Randall "Ronnie" Rogers, Dixieland Delight creator, is surprisingly okay with the news.
"Dixieland Delight used to be an innocent song about fun and relaxation. When dumb people added the extra "On Beer" and "Tennessee too" lyrics it stopped being my song and became a war cry for over confident rednecks. I'm happy it's gone."
No word on Lynyrd Synyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama", but it looks like that, or the word "Alabama" might be in jeopardy.