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Which would you rather have on your iPod: Obama crooning "Let's Stay Together" or Romney singing "America the Beautiful?"
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updated 1/31/2012 10:38:55 AM ET 2012-01-31T15:38:55

Calling Christina Aguilera! It's "The Voice: White House Edition" as two politicians are showing off their singing chops.

President Obama sang out first, crooning a bit of "Let's Stay Together" on January 19 in Harlem, New York, to thank Al Green for performing at his fundraiser ( 60 percent of you said Obama beat out Green himself on that one). Click the video at right to watch:

Video: Does Obama prove it's easy being ‘Green’? (on this page)

On Monday, Mitt Romney followed suit, leading a crowd of retirees in Florida's The Villages by belting out "America the Beautiful," a song he often recites during his speeches. Click below to watch Peter Alexander's report:

What do you think? Which candidate has got more melodic mettle? Vote below (and don't let the fact that KISS's Gene Simmons is a Romney fan sway your opinion)!

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