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Song Parodies -> "Verses for the Morning After"

Original Song Title:

"The Limerick Song"

Original Performer:

various

Parody Song Title:

"Verses for the Morning After"

Parody Written by:

Dr Giorgio Coniglio dec

The Lyrics

To the anagram buff, DONALD TRUMP
Suggests Punt, mad lord!, then Add torn lump,
Damn turd pol, odd rum plant,
Nutlord damp, old drum pant,
Adult Porn M.D., and Ton-lard — dump!

The Republicans gathered in Cleveland
Bleat the mantras of Trump's make-believe land;
They crave more law and order,
"Wall out wolves at the border!"
For their demagogue's heart on your sleeve land.
(Bless the "Home of the Brave and the Free" land).

For exemplary leaders I'm hoping.
Yet, old lechers elected keep coping
With bad habits they'd learned
That they now claim they've spurned.
Let's have Congress impeach them for groping.

Hillary pilloried, Trump
Is Pres-elect, like it or lump.
It enhances our fears;
It might take a few years,
But our country's now fated to crump.

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