Star Wars understand do they not. My guess is that Big & Rich, the country duo behind “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)”, got wasted one night—separately—saw Star Wars was on Spike TV—which neither had seen—decided to watch it, but, unknowingly, selected the wrong channel. Big got the end of Drumline and the beginning of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, thinking it all one film. Rich, in his sloppy state, hit a mess of buttons and ended up with an episode of Deadwood with the tint all skewed. The next day, they met up to work on new songs and talked to each other about what each thought was Star Wars, their stewed memories leading them to believe the others’ scenes were part of theirs’. The lyric “hillbilly jedis with attitude” was born and, being in the studio to work with them, got the OK from Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora because…yeah.