The presidential musical continues as the candidates fight for Florida.
From Iowa to New Hampshire to South Carolina, Mitt Romney repeatedly spoke the lyrics to "America the Beautiful" along the campaign trail, but Romney took it to the next level when campaigning in Florida.
While speaking to a group of his supporters on the eve of the state's primary election he proudly sang out the lyrics to the all-American song and followed by saying "I love this country. I love it's beauty."
As for Romney's opponent, Newt Gingrich, he was not as keen to the idea of singing.
While campaigning at Fred's Southern Kitchen in Plant City, Florida Tuesday, a patron told Gingrich about Romney singing "America the Beautiful" and asked "will we get singing out of you?"
"A man knows his limitations," Gingrich replied. He laughed it off and passed the request onto his wife. "Callista is great singer."
Of course, it seems President Obama has received the most praise for his musical abilities getting recognized by the hit show "American Idol" itself after singing the first line of Al Green's song, "Let's Stay Together" at a campaign event in New York earlier this January.
Nigel Lythgoe, the executive producer of the hit show "American Idol" currently airing on FOX, used Twitter to invite the president to sing on the show Friday and followed up on Monday.
Lythgoe tweeted: "@BarackObama we loved your vocal performance so much we'd love to invite you on to #AmericanIdol this Season for a duet with Al Green."
"American Idol" often has famous musicians and celebrities appear on the show, but Obama has yet to reply to Lythgoe's tweet.