"No, Johnny, No": Chuck Berry, ABBA Dis McCain

John McCain's campaign for the White House is having trouble finding a suitable anthem to rally the G.O.P. troops -- in part, because so many musicians are favoring Barack Obama, reports the U.K. Independent. The Swedish soft-pop group ABBA "went berserk" when the Republican forces tried to appropriate their hit "Take a Chance on Me," admitted McCain. And rock and roll pioneer Chuck Berry won't be strutting his stuff for the so-called maverick any time soon either. "In the Fifties there were certain places we couldn't ride on the bus, and now there is a possibility of a black man being in White House," said Berry, adding a quote from Martin Luther King: "Free at last, free at last, thank God Almighty, free at last."