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22% of us would hire Bruce Springsteen to write a new national anthem. 

The Boss is still, well, the boss. In a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll that asked which musician should be entrusted with the patriotic duty of crafting an alternative to “Oh, say can you see,” the “Born to Run” singer edged the competition. Dolly Parton was the runner-up with 19 percent of the vote, and Stevie Wonder followed with 18 percent. Bob Dylan, composer John Williams, and Jay-Z sat squarely in the middle, and Madonna proved to be the immaterial girl, garnering just 5 percent. Clearly, Springsteen’s Americana-laden body of work helped him clinch the win. Bruce titles already taken: “Born in the U.S.A.,” “Glory Days,” “The Promised Land,” and “Land of Hope and Dreams.”


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