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GUEST,Jack Warshaw Songs for the Age of Trump (127* d) Lyr Add: YOU AIN'T MY PRESIDENT 02 Feb 18


Hey guys, Woody's "Old Man Trump" (itself spun from "Aint got no Home in this World") has given birth to numerous spin offs including this one, called "You Aint my President" soon to be issued on my next album. The demo is already on Youtube if you can't wait. Number 6 in my arsenal of Trump songs. Use it freely. Folksongs ARE dangerous.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJ_MLnOEydg

You Ain’t My President                        Jack Warshaw 2017

I can see and I suppose that goddam Trump he shows
Just how much hate he sows in the world of human kind
When you took that oath of office, right there I knew for sure
That this land was not my land any more.

Chorus
        Oh, Mister Trump, you ain’t my President
        My country’s on the rocks and my soul is badly bent
        You don’t fool me at all, your pride will see you fall
        No, no, Mr Trump, you ain’t my President

You cheated, lied and stole, to fix those voting polls
The promises you made were paid by human souls
Now you have the power, you take instead of give
You’re using up the country, how can the country live?

        Chorus

You deny the Earth’s in danger, you sponsor greed and waste
You want to ban all immigrants of any different faith
You think women are just playthings, you crush poor people’s health
You think that a person’s dignity is only based on wealth

        Chorus

Fake news is the tool you use to hide the deeds you do
But you can’t hide the truth that the biggest fake is you
Now everybody knows it, and you will soon be gone
Damn you, Mr Trump and the horse you rode in on.

        Chorus


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