As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton heads to retirement, news outlets are sure to write deep reflections on her legacy. But let's not forget something many will not include on a list of her achievements: The outgoing secretary is a Grammy Award winning artist.

Yup; she won one back in 1997 for the audio version of her book It Takes a Village: And Other Lessons Children Teach Us. The award was for best spoken word album. "I didn't even know people who couldn't sing a note and who were tone deaf were eligible for any Grammys," she told reporters after the win.

Listen to her talk about it to the press:

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