Monday, November 23, 2020

Protest Music

A divisive president inspires protest through music. On this page we will highlight some of our favorite anti-Trump protest songs, with the music performed by a variety of different artists. Listen and share with your friends on both sides of the political aisle.

George Floyd I can't breath song

‘I Can’t Breathe…’

Song dedicated to George Floyd who was murdered by a white police officer who placed his knee on his neck as he uttered the words “I can’t breathe.”

“Hymn for the 81%…”

81 percent of white evangelical Christians voted for Donald Trump after hearing an audio recording of him bragging about sexually assaulting women.
Crime after Crime - a Trump parody song by Jen Houston

Crime after Crime: ‘He’s a thug, he’s a crook, he’s our president… ’

Jen Houston turns Cyndi Lauper song "Time After Time" into a Trump song parody "Crime After Crime," lampooning Donald Trump.

Don’t Lie to Me…

Streisand sings: “How do you win if we all lose? / You change the facts to justify / Your lips move but your words get in the way” – alluding to his lying.

Tin Foil Hat

The video takes direct shots at Trump along with former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly and others

Psychopaths & Sycophants

The original title was "Trump Songs For Leonard Cohen". When the estate of Leonard Cohen balked at the title, Morris was pushed to make the change. to Psychopaths & Sycophants

‘Million Dollar Loan’

“A million dollar loan/Nobody makes it on their own/Call your father on the phone” – Ben Gibbard throws shade with surgical precision. Produced...

Man without a Soul…

Song written about Donad Trump - There's a darkness all around you, to cover all you're hiding. There's no light in your eyes, you're a man without a soul. Now the exits will be closing, a sad life will be exposed. No dealer and no deals, cause you're a man without a soul.

“Nasty Man” by Joan Baez

In the song Baez describes Trump falling into obsolescence: "That's my little song about a man gone wrong. He's nasty from his head to his feet. When the dirt on this man/finally hits the fan, and no one gives a damn about his tweets, he'll be finally and forever obsolete."

Despite Repeated Warnings

Paul McCartney was prompted to write this song about global warming denials and Donald Trump after the President had announced plans for the US to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on...

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