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Song Parodies -> "Donny Boy"

Original Song Title:

"Danny Boy"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"Donny Boy"

Parody Written by:

Gerald P. Murphy

The Lyrics

DONNY BOY

Oh, Donny boy, the polls, the polls are closing
From rocky Maine to California’s shore
The summer’s gone and all the polls are showing
That you will lose what you’ve been fighting for.

It’s so unfair, the way you’ve been mistreated
The way the media has let you down
And even Fox accepts that you’ve been beaten
And so farewell, farewell, you pussy grabbing clown

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Hans - October 28, 2016 - Report this comment
Short, but sweet. There's only one word for Trump: loathsome. By comparison to him, Hitler was kind of cute. With that little mustache and the joyful jig he did when France surrendered -- sometimes you could just eat him up. Mmwahh!

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