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Vote for 'All Things Considered' Theme Song Lyrics

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Vote for 'All Things Considered' Theme Song Lyrics

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Last month, All Things Considered asked listeners to submit their suggestions for lyrics to our theme song, and we received some silly, soulful and — to be honest — terrible submissions.

After listening to and reading the nearly 1,000 entries, we've narrowed the field down to four finalists. Now, it's up to you to choose.

Take a listen to the final four below, artfully rendered by Nina Totenberg, NPR's legal affairs correspondent. (Voting closed at 10 p.m. ET Wednesday.)

We'll reveal the winner on an upcoming broadcast of All Things Considered.

Listen to the final four:

'... In Fact All' by Bruce Dick of Monterey, Calif.

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'Life Ain't Bad' by Steve Ledford of Athens, Ga.

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'An Owed Ode' by Sally Beck of University City, Mo.

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'Seek the World' by Jim St. Charles of Rhinelander, Wis.

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