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DONALD WON’T BE LEAVIN’ SOON FOR DC

It appears that Donald Trump’s big mouth and impromptu, unconsidered remarks have finally taken a toll on his popular appeal. Many are starting to understand that loud crudity and flippant answers to serious questions are often indicative of empty-headedness.

DONALD WON’T BE LEAVIN’ SOON FOR DC
(To tune of “There’s a Boat that’s Leaving Soon for New York,” by George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin and Dubose Heyward, from the 1935 American Fold Opera, “Porgy and Bess”)

Donald won’t be leavin’ soon for DC.
Shot his mouth
and all the polls turned south, Sister.

They’ve been try’n to knock his train right off its tracks.
Foes and hacks.
Desperate last attacks, Mister.

If it’s left to the convention.
There will be a big what for.
And though it will be witless.
Brother we may witness
the meanest war you ever saw.

Though the GOP machine is in full gear.
Vote for Cruz?
Win and you still lose, Mister.

All the Wall Street cats were worried.
Donald didn’t need their cash.
So their henchmen started dumping
on him, and now they’re thumping
the one we called the King of Trash.

Donald won’t be leavin’ soon for DC.
Not this knave.
Or Lincoln leaves his grave, Sister.

Lyric © 2016 by Robert S. Steinberg, Esquire
All rights reserved.

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