DATE: OCTOBER 16, 2020



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I started out backing the birthers
Gave me a big head of steam
Took the escalator down to knock Mexicans
That made the liberals scream
I talk like a Manhattan mobster
But that’s not who I really am
I’m tough like an overcooked lobster
And soft like an overbaked yam
Deep down inside I’m half empty
Like a hand that’s too small for a glove
I’ve paid some bills in my lifetime
But I’m past due on the Bill Of Love
Past due on the Bill Of Love



“Bill Of Love” is the latest track from HARRY SHEARER’s THE MANY MOODS OF DONALD TRUMP, the new album of bitingly satirical songs about the Trump presidency. It marks the eleventh song from the thirteen track collection that chronicles the president’s consistently capricious behaviour over the past four years. The song comes out at the end of a week that has seen a post-covid and steroid-fueled Trump return to the road for the final leg of the election campaign.

In the neo-classic rock number, SHEARER portrays the incumbent holding forth on his stance towards those displaced souls who wish to take up residency in the U.S. The song title refers to a phrase the president bestowed on a piece of legislation to reform the immigration laws. The bill never passed.

HARRY recently spoke to the DAILY BEAST about the album, read it here.

The full album of THE MANY MOODS OF DONALD TRUMP is due out on October 30. SHEARER says of the album:

“America has never had a President so demanding of our continued attention. I decided to give him too much of mine.”

HARRY SHEARER has vocally portrayed every US president of his lifetime. Donald Trump is the third he has portrayed physically, having previously played Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan on screen.

With music and lyrics by HARRY SHEARER, “Bill Of Love” features SHEARER on lead vocal and CJ Vanston on backing vocals. Toshi Yanagi is on guitars, Toss Panos on drums and CJ Vanston on keyboards and all other instruments.

Available October 30 on CD, Digitally and Vinyl
Pre-order now

Album details below:

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THE MANY MOODS OF DONALD TRUMP album track listing is as follows

1. I Can’t Believe I’m Me

Available to watch here

As the medicated president huffs and puffs his way towards the final lap of the race to the White House, in I CAN’T BELIEVE I’M ME, Shearer has the incumbent blasting out a ‘brassy, craggy worst-of-Broadway anthem’ in praise of his not so private passion…himself

When Donald Trump first rode down that escalator, all most of us saw was his unabashed delight in himself.   The rest came later.

2. I Can’t Drive Anymore 

To be released on October 2

3. Son-in-Law

Available to watch here

Shearer Trump performing an old style New Orleans number in praise his senior advisor, Jared Kushner. Always mentioned as one of Trump’s top aides, Jared Kushner has been given a portfolio that ranges from Middle-East peace to the pandemic.  His success rate speaks for itself.

4. Stormy Daniels

Available to listen to here

A lush string filled ode to passion, power and pay-off.

What good is hush money when it buys so little hush?

5. Bill of Love

To be released October 16

6. Executive Time

A languorous love of leisure ballad in which Shearer as Trump sings wistfully of those long periods of contemplation and nothingness between unnecessary briefings from so called ‘experts.

When does the President get the time to watch all the TV news? It’s a big section of his daily schedule.

7. I Never Knew Him

Available to listen to here

An eclectic musical mix in which Trump demonstrates that he might not have “one of the greatest memories of all time” as he purges his contact book and airbrushes his history of those who may be an impediment to his ratings.

A very famous guy has so many people claiming to be his friends or family.   It’s always important to clear the air.

8. Very Stable Genius

Available to listen to here

A power ballad in which Trump vaunts his own intellectual prowess combined with his calm and balanced disposition.

When a person refers to himself with that phrase once, it’s newsworthy.  When he does it repeatedly, it’s songworthy.

9. Number One Son

Available to listen to here

An electric chop suey, listing all Donald Jrs qualities and Trump’s new found love for the boy who serves him well.

The apple doesn’t fall far from the refrigerator.

10. Alabama

Available to listen to here

A southern rock tribute to the state that holds a special place in the President’s “heart”.

The trouble with official hurricane forecast maps is that they don’t often include Sharpie additions.   When it’s the state that gave your Presidential campaign its kickoff, a Sharpie warning is the least you can do.

11. COVID-180

Available to listen to here

Alternating stanzas of pumped-up disco and plaintive folk rock to represent the alternating “up” and “down” approaches taken to the pandemic by the President.

Emerson once said “Petty consistency is the hobgoblin of small minds.”  Trump agrees, though he may not quite understand it.

12. Acquittal

Available to listen to here

A ‘prog rock revenge anthem’, the president basks in the sheer vitriolic joy on offer when its time to settle scores.

When you’re impeached, and survive, the natural human impulse is balls-out revenge.

13. He Lies

To be released October 23


For more about HARRY SHEARER, click here.

Here’s a link to HARRY SHEARER’s series of Trump-themed songs.

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