This Tuesday, millions of Americans will head to the polls and cast ballots for their candidates of choice. And then, as Americans tend to do, they'll pop in their headphones, go home to watch television and scroll through Twitter as they wait for the results.
Whether you're frantically counting electoral college votes, throwing an election night party or working, like we at IBTimes will be doing, you don't have to sit in silence. Lighten the mood by putting on a playlist of patriotic classics and contemporary jams about voting, American history and politics. You'll be dancing for democracy in no time.
"The Times They Are A-Changin'" — Bob Dylan
"Party In The U.S.A." — Miley Cyrus
"The Election of 1800" (explicit) — Hamilton cast
"God Bless The U.S.A." — Lee Greenwood
"Electioneering" — Radiohead
"My Country Tis Of Thee" — Crosby & Nash
"The Freedom Song" — Jason Mraz
"Be Careful How You Vote" — Sunnyland Slim
"We're A Winner" — the Impressions
"Mr. President" — Janelle Monae
"Ragged Old Flag" — Johnny Cash
"Democracy" — Leonard Cohen
"Election Day" — Arcadia
"The George Washington March" — Patrick Johnson
"Voting Booth Cafe" — LimboManBand
"Star-Spangled Banner" — Lee Greenwood
Wondering what the candidates are listening to Tuesday? We might not know exactly, but we can get a good idea.
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has said she likes classical music, Beyoncé, the Doors and Lady Gaga, according to Rolling Stone. Republican Donald Trump, meanwhile, jams out to Elton John, Neil Young and Michael Jackson. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson wrote on Facebook that he loves top 40 tunes.
And even though Green Party nominee Jill Stein might not win the presidency, she could play her own election night party: She was once a member of a folk-rock band.