June 12, I Do Things My Way  (a song for Donald Trump) (1)

And now, arraignment’s here

But I don’t fear a final curtain.

For I’ve done nothing wrong,

My whole life long, of that I’m certain.

They say I lie and cheat

All those I meet along life’s highway.

Here’s all you need to know;

I do things my way.

Mistakes, can’t think of one

In all I’ve done, that I should mention.

They say I’ve broken laws

But there are flaws in their contention.

If you dispute my facts,

Expect attacks, not in a shy way.

Here’s all you need to know;

I do things my way.

Though there are times you hear fake news,

Just blame the browns and blacks and Jews.

I’m innocent, there is no doubt.

I’ll chew them up and spit them out.

I’ll face it all and still stand tall and do it my way.

It is all politics

And dirty tricks when they indict me.

To Biden’s DOJ

I say that they can come and bite me.

The charges that I face;

Are a disgrace, not done the right way.

It’s just because they know

I do things my way.

I’m superman; the things I’ve got,

Are mine alone, for which I’ve fought.

My principles, the things I feel,

Mean there’s no one to whom I kneel.

The record shows I took the blows

And did it my way.

  • May be sung to Frank Sinatra’s 1969 version of “My Way.” These lyrics were adapted by Paul Anka from original French lyrics by Gilles Thibaut and Claude Francois to a melody by Jacques Revaux in 1967.