Tulsa, OK--A Tulsa pastor, his wife and their eight kids recorded a campaign song for Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum.
The Harris family attended a Santorum rally last week. "On the way home Camille starts singing this tune. I started screaming. I said oh no, this is it guys. I just know it's gonna go viral. From the very first note that came out of her mouth," said dad David Harris.
The family sat down and started writing and recording the song, saying it seemed like the best way to share their support for the Republican presidential candidate.
"The next thing you know we go on Twitter and Mr. Rick Santorum himself, Senator, said something like 'love the sang and video, game on, thank you Harris family from Oklahoma.' And then he put the link to the video. And we're like ahhh." Says Camille Harris, who sings the song with her sister Haley.
Now, Santorum wants the Harris family to travel with him while he campaigns and sing the song for his supporters.
The added attention has gotten the family negative comments, with people calling them 'cult like.' But David Harris doesn't worry about those thoughts, "negative publicity is still publicity."
The family is expected to attend an upcoming Santorum rally in Alabama.
The family performed "Game On" on FOX23 Daybreak.