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"Release Me": A Playlist to Help Mitt Romney With His Tax Returns

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I don't have any offshore accounts unless you count the $10 bill of mine that once fell out of a bathing suit pocket into the ocean. And generally speaking I hate knowing how just much money really rich guys have. Still, it's a funny thing about wanting to become America's top public official -- you actually have to make some things public. So here's a playlist of previously released records meant to encourage Mitt Romney to come clean and release his own tax records so we can follow the money. I would also call upon Mitt Romney to release all of his other records too -- I'm thinking maybe a few Carpenters albums and a Mormon Tabernacle Choir box set. As always, please add your own songs for Mitt below.

RELEASE ME -- Lyle Lovett
MONEY TALKS - AC/DC
LET IT ALL HANG OUT - The Hombres
RELEASE ME - Wilson Phillips
RELEASE IT - The Time
GOT MONEY - Lil' Wayne featuring T-Pain
MONEYGRABBER - Fitz & The Tantrums
TELL THE TRUTH - Derek & The Dominoes
RELEASE - Pearl Jam
NOWHERE TO HIDE - Martha & The Vandellas
SWEET RELEASE - Boz Scaggs
PUT YOUR RECORDS ON - Corinne Bailey Rae
I SHALL BE RELEASED - The Band
TAX PAYIN' BLUES - J.B. Lenoir
GREAT RELEASE - LCD Soundsystem
TAX FREE - Jimi Hendrix
OPEN BOOK - Gnarls Barkley
OPPORTUNITIES (LET'S MAKE LOTS OF MONEY)" - Pet Shop Boys
FOLLOW THR MONEY - The Proclaimers
THE RELEASE PARTY - Dilated Peoples
YOU NEVER GIVE ME YOUR MONEY - The Beatles
RELEASE ME - Engelbert Humperdink

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