Listen to the Aubrey O’Day song supposedly about Donald Trump Jr. — with transcribed lyrics

Rumors are currently swirling that former Danity Kane singer Aubrey O’Day and Donald John Trump Jr. were engaged in an affair in 2011 (though it has not been officially confirmed in any way and is solely rooted in internet speculation at this time). O’Day and Trump Jr. reportedly met when the singer was a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice and while Trump Jr. was married to Vanessa Trump — and internet sleuths think that O’Day revealed a romantic relationship with Trump Jr. through song.

On her 2013 solo album, Between Two Evils, O’Day released a song entitled “DJT.” America is now curious to know if said song is about the president’s son, aka Donald John Trump. We’ve transcribed the lyrics in an effort to get a better idea of who O’Day may have been talking about.

For context, the song is basically a staged phone call between O’Day and a presumed ex-lover over a sensual-sounding beat. The two talk about the reason for ending their relationship — basically, the guy in question wants to return to his former life before O’Day. He tells the singer that he “couldn’t do what he said he would do” and that he has to stay where he is.

The lyrics are definitely raising eyebrows. But listen for yourself in order to form your own opinion about O’Day and “DJT.”

O’ Day: You can say it was all a f—ucking fairytale, or you can say it was real. But I need to know. And you know. Whatever the truth is defines the reality of you and I forever, and I need to be able to define that before I can walk away.

Ex: I thought it was forever at the time, but maybe I was lying to myself.

O’Day: Is that what you want? You wanna — you wanna believe that everything with me was a lie? A fantasy? And you want to go back and live in the life that you had — have — forever?

Ex: I don’t know. I couldn’t do what I said I would do. So that answered the question for me. I’ll always want you and I’ll always wonder about it, but it doesn’t matter because I have to stay here.

O’Day: What made you stop believing in our world?

Ex: You know, I think probably the loss of the other world. I’m torn between two worlds, both of which I wanted.

I hate me for you loving you, hate you for letting our love die
I hate me for you loving you, hate you for letting our love die
I hate me for you loving you, hate you for letting our love die
I hate me for, I hate me for, hate you  for letting our love die

O’Day: Tell me you love me. I need you to do that.

Ex: No, you don’t.

O’Day: Yeah, I do. I need to know it before I walk away.

Ex: No, that’s exactly what’s stopping you from walking away.

O’Day: No, it wouldn’t. That’s exactly what will help me walk away.

Ex: You know everything anyway. You’re the only one who ever knew my heart.

O’Day: I have to move on. I need your help. I can’t believe that this was all a lie. You have to tell me that you love me.

Ex: I don’t ’cause you’re a f-cking pain in my ass.

O’Day: Tell me you love me and I won’t talk to you anymore. I’ll leave you alone.

Ex: Look, it doesn’t matter. It can’t matter. The truth will only kill us both.

O’Day: You have to say it once to yourself and to me, then I’ll go.

Ex: I love you. Talk to you later.

But later never came.

Sure, this phone conversation could have been between O’Day and literally anyone. But the song’s title, “DJT,” paired with the alleged affair rumors could certainly lead one to believe that this is about none other than Donald John Trump Jr.


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