"Give 'Em Hell Kid" is the second track off My Chemical Romance's second album Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge. The track duration is 2 minutes and 18 seconds, making it the shortest track on the album, excluding the Interlude.
“Give ‘Em Hell, Kid” is a fast-paced track told from the perspective of the primary narrator’s lover. She is unaware that her companion has made a deal with the devil, and is missing his presence in her life.
According to Mikey and Gerard Way, they enjoy playing this song live more than any other: https://twitter.com/mikeyway/statuses/316987298388525056
Frank Iero is known for calling just about everybody, ‘kid.’ He was quoted saying:
"You know, it is weird, but I refer to everybody as ‘kids’. It’s just something that I say. It’s like a term of endearment. When I say ‘kids’ or something like that, I don’t really have an age bracket set to that term. I think, the message of the band is very universal. It’s to find a spark within yourself that makes you wanna get up every day and make this world a better place. And that is really why we started the band. We are not 'kids’ either. We are fucking old and I think that is great thing to take from this band: that you are never to old to drop everything that you were doing and to re-evaluate your life and to make yourself happy.”
This seems to fit the song a little too well, suggesting Frank may have had a heavy hand in the writing…at least the title.