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MUSICAL VALENTINE TO PRESIDENT CLINTON

-- Democrats Say, "You're The Top," Republicans, "You Ain't Nothin' But
 A Hound Dog" America, "Just Called To Say I Love You" --
 WASHINGTON, Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- This Valentine's Day Congress has the opportunity to send President Bill Clinton a singing telegram, crooned by the original artist, along with a personal message. Daniel Price, founder of Send-A-Song, Inc., a company which specializes in sending recorded musical greetings over the telephone, says either Ella Fitzgerald singing the Cole Porter standard, "You're The Top" or Jim Croce's "I Had To Say I Love You In A Song" are his best recommendations to democrats. "`Hound Dog'" by Elvis Presley is my suggestion for disgruntled republicans," said Price.
 According to Price, Stevie Wonder's "I Just Called To Say I Love You" gets 20 percent of the vote so far from this year's Romeos and Juliets. "Tied for second place are Whitney Houston's new song, `I Will Always Love You,' and the duet by Natalie and Nat King Cole, `Unforgettable,' both at 10 percent," he added.
 And if George Bush was to send a Valentine with to Clinton? "Take This Job and Shove It' is probably what we'd suggest," said Price. And what if Ross Perot calls? "`It's Hard To Be Humble' might be a good one for Perot," said Price, "Or, `My Way' by Frank Sinatra."
 According to The Washington Post, the president's mother, Virginia Kelly's favorite song is "I Love You Just The Way You Are," sung not by her son, Roger Clinton, but by Billy Joel. "We'd be delight include Roger's version in our list of available tunes," said Price. "We're always open to suggestions."
 By calling the toll-free Send-A-Song telephone number, 1-800-251-8000, customers are walked-through a menu of options designed to let them select their love song from an extensive roster of pop titles, leave a confidential personal message, and choose the date and delivery time. If the soon-to-be-happy recipient isn't home, the computerized telephone technology leaves a message including the 800- number to call and retrieve the musical Valentine. If the line is busy or there is no answer, Send-A-Song will call back repeatedly over the next four hours. The cost is less than $10.
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 /NOTE TO EDITORS: Wanna play? Give us a call at 212-689-0777. We'll provide you with a free `for the media only' access code and you can send your own song right now -- to your editor, a friend, a foe, your high school flame, Saddam Hussein -- anyone you want. Try it -- even before Valentine's Day. Why Wait?/
 /CONTACT: Daniel Price of Send-A-Song, 703-448-5687, or Kevin Foster of Newlin Company, 212-689-0777, for Send-A-Song/


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