Families can talk about why Kingston's single was released on Super Tuesday? How does having the right to vote signal a milestone for young people? Families can also discuss why this song has stood the test of time. Groups as varied as Anthrax, Creed, and now Sean Kingston have covered the song in different ways. What makes this song so appealing? What do you think the lyrics say about coming of age? What issues have changed for kids and what remains the same?