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Song Parodies -> "Trump, Trump, Trump"

Original Song Title:

"Tramp, Tramp, Tramp"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Trump, Trump, Trump"

Parody Written by:

Jeff "Dr Chordate" Moran

The Lyrics

Tramp, Tramp, Tramp was a Civil War era song, lyrics by George Frederick Root, so popular among the Union troops that the Confederate soldiers adopted it in 1864, also, with rewritten lyrics that were pretty optimistic considering how the war was going at that time. The original Confederate version had six verses, but the problem in writing this parody was keeping to that small number. About 30 years after the end of the Civil War (1890s), the melody for the song was used for the words to "Jesus Loves the Little Children", so think of that tune as you read these lyrics.
In my castle home I sit thinking Donald dear of me
And the Great America of olden days.
And my eyes, they fill with tears as I think back on those years
When there were no Muslims, Mexicans, or gays.

Trump, Trump, Trump! I’ll go to Cleveland,
And in that city I will be enshrined.
And despite the RNC, I’m as great as great can be.
I have said so many, many, many times.

On the battle front I stand against the fiercest charge
Made by that Cuban Canadian Lyin’ Ted.
But I’ll drive him back dismayed with his tail between his legs,
And he never ever more will show his head.

Then it’s on to Hillary, or that socialist Jewee,
Whose name I can’t remember, but what the fig.
She will cower before me, my greatness she will see,
Besides, she is a fat, disgusting, pig.

We will build the greatest wall from Pacific to the Gulf,
And the Chinese will be envious of us.
‘Cause it won’t cost us a dime, ‘twill be built in record time,
And keep us secure from killers and rapists.

I’m intelligent they say, I’m really real smart.
I know what sells, I’ve made a lot of dough.
And with my trophy wife, the third one of my life,
I put it all in the hand of the one who knows. (ME)

Some people say I don’t act like a President,
Like when I said, “Give nukes to our allies.”
But when I am the cho---sen one I will be so
Presidential you won’t even recognize.

I could shoot someone on a New York street,
And everybody would still vote for me.
My changing positions remain always unchanged,
And there’s a cabinet seat for Sarah P.

Copyright 2016 by Jeffrey Moran

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Pacing: 2.3
How Funny: 2.3
Overall Rating: 2.4

Total Votes: 23

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 2   1
 3   1
 4   1
 5   6

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Dr Giorgio Coniglio dec - April 12, 2016 - Report this comment
This parody trumps all the others. 1237+ delegates should award you with all 5-votes.
Sarah Palindrome - April 13, 2016 - Report this comment
I am, one of the many people, like my politically famous namesake, who confuse cabinet and commode seats. I would be tempted to accept the offer to help make America great again, although some colleagues advise me, "Harass selflessness, Sarah".
Sarah Palindome, again - April 13, 2016 - Report this comment
Somehow, less is more, more-or-less. The palindrome should read (both forward and backward), "Harass selfless Sarah", or possibly, "Harass sensuousness, Sarah". (Which way is the cabinet?)

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