President Barack Obama was in Harlem for a campaign event recently when he decided to pay homage to a famous member of the audience as he addressed the crowd. President Obama sang the opening few lines of Al Green's 1972 hit, 'Let's Stay Together.'
Obama's visit to the legendary Apollo Theater was the first by a sitting president, and Green was there showing his support for the president campaign for re-election. The song is a fitting choice for President Barack Obama, who is seeking to "stay together" with the U.S. for another term. The video of the President crooning in New York city hit YouTube shortly after the event, and will surely be an internet sensation within no time, for there is no shortage of charisma from President Obama singing -- as usual.
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