'Santorum Girls' video 'Game On' now available at iTunes

The "Santorum Girls" created and recorded their ode to Rick Santorum. Two daughters of an Oklahoma minister are now on iTunes with "Game On."

Rick Santorum may have used the phrase, "game on" but with the arrival of the song of the same name, two young singers from Oklahoma are making sure everyone in the online universe knows it is truly "Game On."

The girls are named Haley, 18 and Camille Harris, 20 and in their music video they are proud to support their chosen presidential candidate, Rick Santorum as a man "who will stand and fight for what's right."

The Harris girls, are not just any fans of Santorum, they are a musical duo named First Band whose music, including a collection entitled "Love at First Sight" is available on iTunes. One of the tunes is "Game On", available as a single download.

Haley strums an acoustic guitar during the tribute to Santorum and the two-home schooled ladies are seen in a room covered in Santorum For President posters.

Occasionally the camera records some outdoor shots of young people standing on the roof of a structure, holding the same posters.The New York Daily News reported that their six siblings and parents play the background instrumentals for the video.

Their music is listed on iTunes in the Christian & Gospel category and in addition to the songs from the "Love at First Sight" collection the Harris girls offer another called "Exodus", that includes songs such as "Rock of Salvation" and "Blessing and Glory."

At their website, FirstLoveBand.com, interested fans can catch bits from recent interviews on a TBN show "Praise The Lord Today" and a local program "Fancher's Edge."

When Rick Santorum was triumphant in the Harris girls' home state of Oklahoma, he reached out to them via Twitter, "Wow! I love this #GameOn song and video! Thank you Harris Family from Oklahoma!,"

Interviewed on NBC's Today show, the sisters shared how they were inspired to write the song. "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," said Camille.

In the run up to the 2008 presidential campaign, someone known as "Obama Girl", real name Amber Lee Etinger became world famous for a while after singing "I got a crush on Obama" and posting it to YouTube.com. The Harris sisters follow in her footsteps.

Their candidate of choice, Rick Santorum took not only the Oklahoma primary on Super Tuesday, but also the contests in North Dakota and Tennessee. He is said to be favored in the Kansas caucuses that are scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday March 10.

Mr. Santorum is campaigning hard to get opponent Newt Gingrich to bow out of the race, leaving only Santorum on the right to challenge Mitt Romney. His campaign people have been on network and cable news since Tuesday, making their case that if Gingrich's voters, even by half, vote for Santorum he would have a chance to unseat Romney as the presumptive GOP candidate. Image: Wikimedia Commons

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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Thanks girls for the video! Hopefully the voters in the remaining primary states will step up and support Santorum so we can have a true conservative unseat Obama and restore our nation's constitution! Santorum CAN WIN against Obama! He has a true PRO-American message and the convictions to make it happen. Romney's healthcare and Wall Street bailout make him vulnerable. Many Ohioans who voted early and did not vote for Santorum regretted it when Super Tuesday rolled around. Stand up hard working people of the heartlands! Don't let the moderates/liberals in the urban areas give us another McCain!

Submitted by Ruth Newport (not verified) on
What a lovely family and a great song I support Rick Santorum but even if I didn't I would still love your song. American needs to get back family values.

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