HIllary Clinton Will Not "Take You There" 

A few weeks ago, Hillary Clinton asked for help in choosing a campaign theme song. On her Web site, she listed 9 songs songs as options. Among them was the Staple Singers' hit "I'll Take You There."

Round one is over and "I'll Take You There" did not make the cut. The five remaining choices, not including the write-in selections, are: "Suddenly I See" by KT Tunstall, "I'm a Believer" by Smash Mouth, "Get Ready" by the Temptations, "Rock Ths Country!" by Shania Twain, and "Beautiful Day" by U2.

Clinton also attempts to connect with the YouTube generation, with this clip of her commenting on some of the video input she's received.

Clinton will announce the winning song in the next few days.

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