Skip to comments.(Vanity) Suggested Theme Music for the Trump Campaign
Posted on 02/25/2016 6:12:34 PM PST by grey_whiskers
I was reading on another thread here on Free Republic, about Darth Vader's Imperial March Sounds Much Happier In A Major Key, and so I went over to the link given in that article, to listen.
That link, by the way, is the one given for this vanity.
My wife overheard it and commented on how *happy* it sounded.
Then it hit me.
Is there anyone newsworthy today, who is very powerful, who says he has the best of intentions, and yet is villified in many corners?
Why, yes; and not just by liberals.
I'm speaking, of course, of Donald's Magnus, Donald Trump.
I hereby suggest that Trump's campaign pay the licensing fees to whoever the person is who is due payment for such things, and that he start using this theme music at all of his rallies.
Because even Darth Vader had a little Jedi inside...
I find your lack of YUGE disturbing *PING*...
I hate autocorrect. Whoever invented it should be sentenced to thirty years of hearing Hillary cackle at 110 decibels on continuous loop 24 x7.
I am batman.
“Liar” by Three Dog Night.
The Darth Vadar does sounds more appealing in a Major key.
Wagner’s ride of the Valkyrie with video from Apocalypse Now
Shoot to Thrill by AC/DC
With a Tony Stark type entrance for all events.
Re Trump’s “Wall” pledge, how about “Higher and Higher” (ELO).
For his electoral campaign, “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” to keep me away from you” (Marvin Gaye and Tammy Tarrell)
Re Trump’s family’s support, “We Are Family” (Sly and the Family Stone)
Trump’s new campaign tactic: “I Can See Clearly Now” (Johnny Nash)
As for Marco Rubio, Trump will sing “Hit The Road Jack”
As for Hillary, “The Bitch is Back”. Elton John or “Liar”.
As for Bernie Sanders, “Midnight in Moscow”.
Lunatic Fringe by Red Rider.
Need Halp...See aricle.
There can be only one ...
Donald, where’s your trousers?
“I find your lack of YUGE disturbing *PING*...”
Now, THAT’s funny!
Uh, oh. New FReeper lore alert...
Theme from Rocky.
“Won’t Get Fooled Again” by The Who.
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