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Tuesday’s election is just around the corner. Everyone feels they have a stake in the outcome. Here are my top ten baby boomer political songs for voters:  

A Change is Gonna Come by Sam Cooke: This song is for those of us who are looking forward to a change from the George Bush politics.

Revolution by The Beatles: This song is for rural America and the innrer city.  

Love Train by The O'Jays: This song is for everyone who hopes Barack Obama will win so we can all join hands as we ride out the next four years.  

Get Up Stand Up by Bob Marley: This is the message baby boomers should be teaching their children about the importance of getting involved in the political process.

Mercy, Mercy Me by Marvin Gaye: This is the song many African-Americans will be singing if John MCain is elected.

Takin’ My County Back by Honky Tonkers for Truth: This is the song rural America will sing if John McCain is elected.

Will you still love me Tomorrow? by The Shirelles: A question some family and friends will ask each other AFTER the election is over—if they voted for different candidates.

Wishin’ and Hopin’ by Dusty Springfield: Election day song for supporters of both candidates.  

Day Dream Believer by The Monkees: Song for the Obama Political Advisors.  

Hang on Sloopy by the McCoys: Song for the Republican Political Advisors.

What song(s) would you add to this list?


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