In September 2013, we were watching a routine rocket launch in Virginia on www.space.com because there was a chance we could see the rocket pass over the NJ sky. When the photographs of the launch were studied, a very conspicuous fat bullfrog was clearly visible in the center of the rocket exhaust. It had been blown upwards in the draft and caught on film. The poor frog we thought! He was probably minding his own business and was several years old judging by his size and was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Equally odd was that this became a worldwide news story and was covered on CNN, major networks and was all lover the internet. We decided to declare the frog a hero and give him the honorable mention he deserved by writing a song from his point of view. Of course in our version he doesn’t evaporate in the flaming rocket exhaust but goes on to reach the moon and becomes “A hero to amphibians”. The sampling you hear is real NASA commentary, real rocket exhaust and real Neil Armstrong quotes. God speed Rocket Frog….!