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Song Parodies -> "Trump Circus"

Original Song Title:

"Beverly Hillbillies theme"

Original Performer:

Flatt & Scruggs

Parody Song Title:

"Trump Circus"

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The Lyrics

Come listen to my story 'bout a man named Trump
Had lotsa money - quite a hefty lump
He was feelen' bored and wond'ren' what to do
So his little voice told him, "Have I got a job for you!".
President that is - of the US of A

He shot off his butt and hit the campaign trail
Tweeting around with the birdbrains on his tail
The 'lectrol college said he won it fair and square
So he loaded up his Lear and he flew to You Know Where.
D.C. that is - the White House, Politics

( banjo music )


So now it's time to say hello to our new pres - ay - dent
We'll make the White House glitzy with the Don as res - ay - dent
We'll paint it shades of fuschia with some pink embellishments
And gold leaf all the pillars for rococo enhancements.
Las Vegas that is
Ya'll come
But bring money
Watch my wife fan dance

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Overall Rating: 5.0

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