October 25th, 2012
05:08 PM ET
A new PSA video encouraging women to vote recruited some famous faces for sing-along montage to Lesley Gore's classic, "You Don't Own Me."
The video, which sees actresses like Lena Dunham and Tracee Ellis Ross, musician Sia, and more doing their best lip-syncing, juxtaposes the faces of women with messages about presidential candidate Romney's stance on Planned Parenthood and the Affordable Care Act.
"Women constitute more than half of the population," the YouTube clip says in its description. "Women, let's rise up. Our vote alone can win this election. ... Our vote ensures that our daughters will grow up with the same rights that we've had."
And if you were unnerved to hear how well a song from nearly 50 years ago fits in with the headlines of 2012, musician Gore's right there with you.
"I recorded 'You Don't Own Me' in 1964. It's hard for me to believe, but we're still fighting for the same things we were then," she says. "Yes ladies, we've gotta come together, get out there and vote, and protect our bodies. They're ours. Please vote."
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