Neil Diamond dials for Obama, offers lame ‘get out the vote’ poem

Vote your mind or vote your heart/
Vote your joy or vote your sorrow/
Either way you play your part/
So think it over and #VOTE tomorrow!

— Neil Diamond (@NeilDiamond) November 06, 2012

Perhaps Neil Diamond’s tweet sounds better when he sings it. Vote your sorrow? Well, it rhymes. So does borrow, come to think of it.

@neildiamond #vote message: fantastic; lyrics: lame

— Nick Kirsop (@huded) November 6, 2012

His poem’s nonpartisan, but Diamond is fully behind President Obama.

Working the phones for Obama…If I call you, don’t hang up. It’s really me and I need you. #OFACulver…

— Neil Diamond (@NeilDiamond) November 5, 2012

Don’t hang up! This is the real Neil Diamond, not the robot Eva Longoria. But that poem…

@neildiamond: I just sung this to the tune of Coming to America and the dogs ran out of the house. #HurtFeelings

— NutsOldWhiteGuy (@NutsOldWhiteGuy) November 6, 2012

@neildiamond I’m not quite sure what you mean?Should I not vote?

— Pat Francis (@Pat_Francis) November 6, 2012

@neildiamond Sorry. You lost me at Obama.

— A.E. Compton (@anncomp10) November 6, 2012

@neildiamond I am not voting out of revenge. I love my country and I support Israel. Your guy doesn’t. Click.

— Miss Cookie (@outofmyoven) November 5, 2012

Hey, he asked you not to hang up.

@hebeindc Jay-Z and Springsteen get stage gigs, @neildiamond gets the phone bank

— Adam Blenford (@adamblenford) November 5, 2012

@neildiamond Sorry Neil, Love on the rocks after this. I am, I said, so disappointed.

— Robert Martin(@IAmTheProdigal) November 6, 2012

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