Donald at the Bat – Day 1021, What Putin Has On Donald (parody of ‘Greensleeves’)

Day 1021, What Putin Has on Donald (1) 


Just what does Vladimir have on Donald to guarantee his subservience?

If Vlad has guaranteed loans from Deutche Bank, would that buy Trump’s obedience?

Pee Tape!  Is that what Vlad’s holding on top of Donald’s insolvency?

And those unpaid laundry bills, a product of Donald’s inconstancy?


Whenever Vladimir has a problem in Syria or in the Ukraine,

He knows that he can rely on Donald; support is stuck in Trump’s primal brain.

Vlad, Vlad helped get Trump elected; it’s clear from all our intelligence.

But Trump has said Vlad denied it, so he’ll ignore all the evidence.


Now Trump gave Syria to the Turks, to the Russians, and the Iranians.

He thinks it’s fine that the Russians stole the Crimea from the Ukranians.

Trump, Trump will bow down to Putin when given an opportunity.

So, Vladimir’s holding something that makes Trump think he’s divinity.


Will we discover what Vladimir has been holding over the Donald’s head?

Whatever Vladimir’s got on Trump, he has filled the Donald’s dark soul with



Facts, facts, they are piling higher and Donald’s pants have burst into flame.

Trump, Trump has to slog through sewage, his own damn fault, just himself to blame.


(1)  May be sung to the melody of “Greensleeves,” a late 16th century, English folk tune.  The first words were registered by Richard Jones in London in 1580 as “A Newe Northern Dittye of ye Ladye Greene Sleves.”  There are a lot of variants. A Christmas version, “What Child Is This,” was written by William Chatterton Dix in 1865. This is about the birth of Jesus but the original song was about a woman, possibly a lover, of inconstant affection.