During her college days in the 1960's she was rockin' and rollin' to King Elvis and Motown's vocal favourites, The Supremes. Currently, she's supported by top music makers Elton John, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Cher, Quincy Jones and screen money spinners like Steven Spielberg, Leonardo Dicaprio and George Clooney, all loved by the 60's and 70's generation of fans and adulators.
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Like the lady she is, Mrs Clinton would definitely love the song, I Am Woman (1971), by Helen Reddy, praising female acts like country and western star Loretta Lynn, today's singers Selena Gomez and Lady Gaga. Naturally, she is all for female empowerment.
She had these power ladies on stage to perform in Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention in July. Carole King, living legend, sang, You've Got A Friend followed by other current pop super stars Kate Perry and Jessica Sanchez. The theme song for the evening was Stronger Together, written specially for the campaign and the convention.
She loves Shania Twain's, Man I Feel Like A Woman (1995) and Fleetwood Mac's Landslide (1975). Mrs Clinton enjoys classical music too, depending on her mood. Songs are effective communicators and below are some of these tongue-in-cheek quips (?) that Mrs Clinton might use:
Love Me Tender (by Elvis Presley): Definitely not to Donald Trump.
It's Now Or Never (by Elvis Presley): To her campaigners all the time.
Stand By Your Man (Tammy Wynette): She did, didn't she?
Promises, Promises (Dionne Warwick): Her supporters after the election.
It Doesn't Matter Any More (Buddy Holly): After 8th November, 2016.
The world will probably know whether she'll be on top of the hit parade come 8th November in 2016 or she will be out of the Hall Of Fame as 45th President of the United States. It's never easy to predict a hit parade chart.
Rolling Stone Magazine, Wikipedia, Websites about Hillary Clinton and her music preferences.
Images: Google. With Elton John, Paul McCartney, Cher and Bill Clinton with Stevie Wonder. Below with Donald and Melanie Trump.
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It would be interesting to find out what 60's and 70's pop songs some of our Ministers in charge are listening to and compile individual lists.
Come on guys, cut the stress and strain. Listen to music more often and tell me what you listen to. Write in soon.
Latest: 6th November, 2016.
Clinton pop singers supporters use foul language in their lyrics during her campaign.