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Song Parodies -> "Trump Has ICE!"

Original Song Title:

"Cold As Ice"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Trump Has ICE!"

Parody Written by:

Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

Trump has liquid Ice
When living has supersized your thirst

He'll always douse your dries
Those hot days aren't very nice
He knows

The office is warm
Your working overtime
Just open and pour
And leave your thirst behind

You need something cold
You're melting away
The Public! The Pressure!
Let Trump quench you day!

(Instrumental Interlude)

Trump has floods of Ice
When working prioritized your thirst

You need paradise
Let Trump give you a slice
He knows

Your body is scorched
Your working on deadlines
Just open and pour
And leave worries behind

Refreshing and cold
You're drifting away
The Pureness! The Pleasure!
Let Trump quench your day

(instrumental bridge)

He know that you thirst

Trump has Ice for you

Back ground vocals: Trump has Ice, Trump has Ice

(Refreshing oooo's and ahhhhh's)


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