The penultimate song on Southern Rock Opera, “Greenville to Baton Rouge” is pretty much all exposition. The entire lyrical function is to get inside the head of someone — lets call him “Ronnie” — on Lynyrd Skynyrd’s final plane crash.
And musically, it’s somehow the most punk rock song on Southern Rock Opera and the most Skynyrd-like. So, like a Replacements song from Hootenany! had they decided to steal from Lynyrd Skynyrd like they stole from The Beatles.