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Posted at 11:01 AM ET, 10/18/2011

Herman Cain isn’t the only musical candidate


Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain has some musical competition. (Matt Sullivan - Getty Images)
Herman Cain — currently a Youtube sensation for his all-too-earnest cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine,” with lyrics extolling the virtues of Godfather’s Pizza instead of world peace — isn’t the only musically gifted presidential candidate. Although none of his competitors have sung or played music with as much gusto (or with a full backup chorus), Cain has competition from his fellow candidates, who have exhibited their musical talents at rallies and meetings as well.

Rick Santorum sings a snippet of Sinatra:

Mitt Romney sings a line of “Who Let the Dogs Out?”:

Jon Huntsman plays the piano to “Hit the Road Jack”:

Rick Perry dances and sings with rabbis for Hanukkah:

Herman Cain sings “The Impossible Dream”:

and “I Must Tell Jesus”:

and “Hold On”:

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