Dick Cheney and I Share Our Ipod Tunes

WASHINGTON, Dec. 22, 2005 — After a four-day overseas trip that took him to four countries in the Middle East, Vice President Dick Cheney really wanted to get his iPod charged for that long return flight to Washington.

Since it is his plane, the vice president's iPod took priority and was plugged into one of the only working power outlets on Air Force Two, frustrating reporters who were trying to file stories.

What's on that iPod that Cheney was so eager to charge it up and put on the headphones?

The vice president's iPod library ranges from country to classical, according to an administration official.

He has a good amount of music from the 1940s and 1950s (oldies but goodies) and apparently is fond of Johnny Cash.

I also have a good amount of music from the 1940s and 1950s and lots of Johnny Cash.

Ella Fitzgerald, Julie London, Lena Horne, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin (can't you just picture the VP singing Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime to Lynn)

Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime

Everybody loves somebody sometime
Everybody falls in love somehow
Something in your kiss just told me
(That) My sometime is now

Everybody finds somebody someplace
There's no telling where love may appear
Something in my heart keeps saying
(That) My someplace is here

If I had it in my power
I'd arrange for every girl to have your charm
Then every minute, every hour
Every boy would find what I've found in your arms

Everybody loves somebody sometime
And although my dream was overdue
Your love made it well worth waiting
For someone like you