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FOGT reaches out to Trump

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President-elect Trump has had trouble finding singers willing to perform at his inauguration. Possibly this is due to lack of suitable material, and we at OFGT are here to help.

Since the FOGT global warming song Stand by your scam has had its title appropriated for a musical about the Trump University, we have graciously penned a new offering:

When I'm 74 (with apologies to Lennon and Mccartney)


When I get older, still the same hair
Four long years from now
Will you be with me as a cheering crowd
Or hiding in bar-rooms laughing out loud

If you survive all the chaos I'll cause
Would you vote me back for more?
Will you still need me?
Will you still heed me?
When I'm 74.

You'll, be older too
And if you cast your vote
I could stay with you

I could be handy building a wall
When your jobs have gone
You could knit a sweater by the fireside
Once I ensure trade with China has died

Less tax for rich folks
Screwing the poor
Who could ask for more?
Will you still need me?
Will you still heed me?
When I'm 74.

Every summer we could rent a dasha on the Black sea coast
With my buddy Vlad
Make poor folks feel the pain
Show all those muslim folks the door
Ali and Hussein

Send me an e-mail, tweet me a line
Stating point of view
Indicate precisely how you mean to vote
Tell it to pollsters, send me a note

Give me your answer, call it out loud
Trump for evermore
Will you still need me?
Will you still heed me?
When I'm 74.

Andrew Nut
Religious Affairs Correspondent
Friends of Gin and Tonic/