Starbucks recently rolled out a new marketing campaign in which they're urging Washington to "Come Together" a la the Beatles on the fiscal cliff business and everything else that divides our government.
And we want to know: what song would you come up with to bring Washington together?
One Hackensack, New Jersey listener had another positive, earnest Beatles suggestion: "We Can Work It Out."
And you can't get more earnest than Philomena from Westchester's suggestion: "He's Not Heavy, He's My Brother."
But what about all of you who have just given up?
A listener from Lowell, Massachusetts, clearly has, nominating "It's the End of the World as We Know It" by REM. Another listener, from Oklahoma City, nominates "I Can't Get No Satisfaction" by the Rolling Stones. And Jay from Centerdale, Rhode Island suggests "Stuck in the Middle with You."
Chris from Orleans, Massachussetts, has a lot of suggestions. He says that John Boehner should play Led Zeppelin's "Dazed and Confused" and that the Republican Party would probably like to hear "Cut Here," by the Cure and that President Obama would likely want to hear "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkely.
But finally one listener said its a no brainer, writing: "How about the star spangled banner? Maybe it would remind the politicians in Washington of the color of the party they SHOULD be fighting for."
Tell us what song you'd nominate for defining or resolving the fiscal cliff at 877 8 MY TAKE.