Is ‘Lust for Life’ the worst ad song ever?

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Arnold Worldwide may have a recording of an Arnold Schwarzenegger impersonator answering phones at its New York office, but the Havas shop may have more in common with a different California governor—Ronald Reagan. Reagan, of course, famously used Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA” as his campaign song in 1984. (Never mind lyrics like “Got in a little hometown jam/So they put a rifle in my hand/Sent me off to a foreign land/To go and kill the yellow man.”)

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