Back in 2000, a very beautiful woman wearing an orange sweater came into our lives. Her name was Nelly Furtado, she was like a bird and she’d only fly away. That was all we needed to know.
Fast forward to 2011, when a very blonde woman didn’t really come into our lives, but rather existed on whatever planet the youngest daughter of entrepreneurs/reality TV stars that will one day run for president hang out. On that planet, she recorded the greatest pop song her father’s money could buy. Apparently 2011 wasn’t a very good year for Trump, as he couldn’t spring for an original song title. That’s right, Tiffany Trump’s song that you undoubtedly never knew existed is called “Like a Bird.” Luckily that’s the only thing the two tracks have in common.
There is really no describing it, so I’m just gonna put it right here for your listening displeasure:
Sorry Tiff, when you take the RNC stage to tell everyone your father is “so friendly, so considerate, so funny and so real,” your shitty pop song gets dragged back out of the abyss for all to hear. Thems the rules.
So yes, the Trumps have a history of plagiarizing. Meanwhile, here’s an alternate theory: Trump couldn’t afford a new song title for his daughter because he spent the entire budget buying a robot to sing the song on her behalf and/or inventing a whole new kind of autotune.