Wednesday, July 28, 2004

What's In A Song?

A journalist from IllinoisTimes.com here in the media filing room asked an interesting question: whether there's a catalog of the songs that have accompanied the politicians upon their entrance to the stage each night so we might figure out the subtle (or not so subtle) messages encoded within those song choices. So let's start one here. We know that Dean came out to "Revolution," for obvious reasons. And Ed Rendell walked out to "Mr. Big Stuff," which seemed to fit the will-he-hug-me-or-kill-me aura he has going on.

Help us flesh the list out.

3 Comments:

Blogger Renzo182 said...

Hillary came out to "New York, New York"...pretty generic. I took note of Bill's song when he came out and I'm racking my brain trying to remember what it was...

8:04 PM  
Blogger Jefferson said...

Clinton came out to Fleetwood Mac Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow (is that the title?) - the same song he used in his successful 92 bid.

10:51 PM  
Blogger Teterla said...

And i think Hilary at the DC March also came out to the Fleetwood Mac song. Could this be true? And if so, how strange. One would think that all spouses at all times deserve their own entrance tune.

12:03 PM  

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