Rick Santorum Got A Country Song Written About Him, And I Can’t Stop Listening To It

03/07/2012 9:48 AM |

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This is bad. This is getting really bad. This is starting to remind me of that one time I watched much of a I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant marathon because I simply could not unglue my eyeballs from the screen. “Game On” was a pro-Santorum campaign song written by two teenage sisters in a Christian contemporary band called First Love in honor of Super Tuesday, and it’s deliriously, horrifyingly catchy in a “Wonderbread sandwich with the crusts cut off” kind of way.

Haley and Camille Harris are pastor’s daughters who have never been to public school, have never bought a magazine and have never watched cable TV (“My mom & dad didn’t want to raise hoodlums,” they wrote on their website), but man, can they sing and write a Santorum jingle. Lines like “justice for the unborn” and “there is hope for our nation again/maybe the first time since we had Ronald Reagan” have the makings of a viral video, I’m sure of it. The Harris sisters even met Rick Santorum (the event that inspired the tune), and you can read all about it here. Watch the video after the jump. I’m sorry.

[via Philebrity]

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