Mr. Trump has been very frustrated with all the attention that these Hollywood types have been getting, and he thinks he deserves to be recognized for his efforts. So he wrote a song about it, called “Hashtag MeToo”. Because he, too, has done some serious work in this arena, and he deserves the attention.
Mr. Trump has a certain way he likes to relax. He wrote this song about that specific thing that he likes to do, and how it made him the president of this great great (but soon to be great again) country.
Mr. Trump rarely has time to write songs about current events, but when it comes to his son Donald Trump Jr. he makes the time, in this song: “How Dumb’s My Son?”.
This song explores how dumb the president thinks his son is.
In this tremendous new Trump Beatles hit, Mr. Trump explains why the so-called “scientists,” the Pope, Obama, and everyone else is completely, totally wrong about “global warming.” It still gets cold sometimes, which is how Mr. Trump knows that “climate change” is all just a Chinese Hoax!
Mr. Trump talks about the outdated dating laws in America in this new song which he has cleverly entitled “Dating My Daughter.”
Through the tapestry of his beautiful lyrics he reveals how he would love to date his daughter Ivanka if only she was not his daughter.
Live in some apartment.
Mr. Trump wrote this one for us after he enjoyed a particularly wonderful piece of chocolate cake. Some other things may have happened at around the same time.
In this number, Mr. Trump is strong enough to reveal some of himself to the world, as he discusses his desire to increase the size of his hands.
When our manager/songwriter first brought us this one, we were a little nervous. But then he showed us the video of him saying most of the things in the song, and explained how he has only become MORE successful since then. So, we trusted him. Enjoy!
Live in the Bedford L.
Another classic by the Trump Beatles. This one all about Mr. Trump’s independence and tremendous financial prowess, and how he (entirely by himself) managed to borrow enough money from his dad to eventually be “successful”. A classic rags to riches story.