WASHINGTON, May 22 (UPI) -- Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., has an impressive lineup of old school rock 'n' soul on her iPod, the New York Post reports.
Her 1,000 selections range from Aretha Franklin's "Respect" to The Eagles' "Take It to the Limit" to the Beatles' "Hey Jude."
"I'm a child of the '60s and '70s," she told The Post.
In addition to some newer rock, such as U2's "Beautiful Day," Clinton's birthday gift from her husband, former President Bill Clinton, also contains a healthy dose of Motown as well some classical music as well.
"I've got everything -- a total smorgasbord," she said.
She said she mostly listens to her iPod while doing paperwork at home.
"We have one of these devices that you can plug it in and have it played it over speakers, so you don't always have to have it in your ear, which bothers me," she said. "After a while, that can get a little irritating."