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'Santorum Girls' Haley And Camille Harris Sing Song For GOP Candidate Rick Santorum (VIDEO)

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Finally, a Google phenomenon that Rick Santorum can appreciate.

The presidential candidate and former Pennsylvania senator was serenaded on Super Tuesday by Oklahomans Haley and Camille Harris. Following in the tradition of "Obama Girl" Amber Lee Ettinger and Jon Huntsman's daughters, the sisters penned and performed an ode to their favorite candidate.

Unlike "Crush On Obama" or "Huntsman's Back," the country-tinged "Game On" comes across as entirely sincere, rhyming "hope for our nation again" with "Ronald Reagan," and predicting a bright future for the U.S. under Santorum. Sample lyrics: "Game on, he's got the plan to lower taxes, raise morale, put the power in our hands. Game on, change is at hand. Faithful to his wife and seven kids, he'll be loyal to our land."

Watch the video above.

The video has since gotten buzz on YouTube, with more than 300,000 hits. The Harris sisters made an appearance on NBC's "Today" show, where 20-year-old Camille credited the song to divine inspiration, saying, "all of a sudden on Sunday night when someone said, 'Write a song for Super Tuesday,' I said 'I'm gonna write it.' We just prayed and asked God to give us the words and that song came really fast."

Santorum also gave "Game On" his approval.

"Wow! I love this #GameOn song and video! Thank you Harris Family from Oklahoma!" he tweeted.

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