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Song Parodies -> "That Donald J. Trump"

Original Song Title:

"Cruella De Vil"

Original Performer:

Disney 101 Dalmatians

Parody Song Title:

"That Donald J. Trump"

Parody Written by:

Melanie Lee

The Lyrics

Finally, it's voting time! Name your poison! OS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23wKF7ZC0sI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8DucP7XOic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-YkJdYQzis
That Donald J. Trump.
That Donald J. Trump!
If he doesn’t scare you,
Your mind’s in the dump!
He’ll curse you out if you’re a female frump
According to Donald J. Trump.

His orange-tint face.
His flyaway hair.
All dissident voices
Had better beware.
His backers just might kick you in the rump.
They’re egged on by Donald J. Trump!

At first you think The Donald is a jester:
A TV clown, a joke, a lark, a spree,
And yet, you realize
You’ve heard his kind of lies
Back in 1930s Germany!

This dictator dish.
This bigoted brew.
He ought to be shipped back
To Fifth Avenue!
To keep our nation’s multiethnic clump,
Don’t vote for that Donald J. Trump!
Vote for Clinton!
Don’t vote for that Donald J. Trump!
Don't worry, there's one for Ms. Clinton, too!

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Total Votes: 24

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Quitin - November 08, 2016 - Report this comment
Do I have to vote?
John Jenkins - November 08, 2016 - Report this comment
The 1930s Germany line is a stretch; but other than that, today is the first time that I have agreed with the themes of two of your political parodies in one day!
Jonathan - November 08, 2016 - Report this comment
I get perhaps, the 1-voters not agreeing with the sentiments presented here. as I myself, am a Trumpeteer. but come on guys, there's one for the She-Devil too. and, agree with this one or not, it was still welly-written. 5s
Vi Mar - November 08, 2016 - Report this comment
The 1930s line is a stretch?
Melanie Lee - November 08, 2016 - Report this comment
Jonathan: Thank you! I think that each parody is equally well-written, although each one's sensibilities will appeal to different people. It galls me that today's Amirighters can't seem to distinguish between rating for pacing and rating for humor and overall rating. I'm no Trumpeteer, but I wanted this time to be an equal-opportunity parodist. John Jenkins: thank you, too! You really got it. Actually, I'm fairly pleased with Hillary, but I understand somewhat why some people aren't (including a family member!).
Vi Mar 2 - November 08, 2016 - Report this comment
There are some things you can't be even-handed about. You are right about the analogy with Germany in the 1930s. Never mind rating parodies for their parodic qualities; we're lucky to be able, for the time being, to express our ideas about would-be caudillos in parody. The similarities with the rise of the Third Reich are stark: put people to work to build a war machine for the "depleted" army; scapegoat impure races; hold extravagant rallies; proclaim "I alone" can fix your lives; engage in the politics of blame and grievance. At least Hitler fought for his country in WW1. Trump can't even remember which foot of his had the bone spur that kept him 4F and out of harm's way.
Melanie Lee - November 08, 2016 - Report this comment
Vi Mar 2: I hear you. As an African-American liberal-minded female non-right-wing Christian, I'm scared. I can picture myself--or at least Bill Maher and Michael Moore--being shipped to Gitmo. I can see my neighbors and friends dragged from their homes in the night and deported. I can see the bad cops feeling they have more of a license to gun down my nephew and my male cousins and maybe even my now-elderly brother. Yes, VM2, we are lucky for now to express freely our ideas about our would-be leaders and dictators. Love that First Amendment!
One Word - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment
Loser!!!
John Lomain - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment
Trump indeed was the worse option. Unfortunately it doesn't go by popular vote. Anyway, good parody
Other side of the aisle - November 09, 2016 - Report this comment
Hillary lost because of her own baggage with emails and server, endless investigations and her turnout groups let her down: blacks, women, and traditional blue collar workers. This election also proves that America would rather choose the most detestable male candidate than a woman, no matter what her credentials and qualifications. There will never be a woman POTUS elected in this nation. That's way too progressive! Trump for his part played the media and played off fear rather than hope. He turned a few blue states in the process and secured Congress for his party. He holds a grudge. Prepare for paybacks once in office.

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