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Political shuffle: Playlists for the politicians

bBarack Obama/b

1. Here Comes the Sun – The Beatles

2. Change is Gonna Come – Otis Redding

3. At Last – Etta James

4. 99 Problems – Jay-Z

5. Here Comes Your Man – Pixies

6. Chicago – Sufjan Stevens

7. Subterranean Homesick Blues – Bob Dylan

8. I Can See Clearly Now – Johnny Nash

9. Hallelujah Chorus – Handel

10. Can’t Stop Me Now – Queen

bJohn McCain/b

1. Old Man – Neil Young

2. Another One Bites the Dust – Queen

3. War Pigs – Black Sabbath

4. Womanizer – Britney Spears

5. What’s My Age Again? – Blink 182

6. My Way – Frank Sinatra

7. Bang Bang – Nancy Sinatra

8. My Friends – Red Hot Chili Peppers

9. Old Man River – Showboat

10. Barbara Ann – Beach Boys

bJoe Biden/b

1. Queen Bitch – David Bowie

2. Toxic – Britney Spears

3. Too Busy Thinkin’ ‘Bout My Baby-Marvin Gaye

4. Material Girl – Madonna

5. She’s a Bitch – Missy Elliot

6. Six Pack – Black Flag

7. I Shot the Sheriff – Bob Marely

8. Cold as Ice – Foreigner

9. It’s a Long Way to the Top – AC/DC

10. Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing – Chris Isaak

bSarah Palin/b

1. Hey Joe – Jimi Hendrix

2. Space Cowboy – Steve Miller Band

3. Freak on a Leash – Korn

4. Ramble On – Led Zeppelin

5. Blue – Eiffel 65

6. My Hometown – Bruce Springsteen

7. Don’t Speak – No Doubt

8. Shut Up – Black Eyed Peas

9. Cotton-Eyed Joe – Rednex

10. Over and Over – Nelly and Tim McGraw

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