The famous American composer, winner of four awards “Grammy” Randy Newman wrote the first 8 years of the song dedicated to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin. The composition published in the official account of Newman on YouTube. The caption reads that the song is dedicated to the “great world leader”. The author hopes that his work will appeal to all.

The Newman song, sung from the face of Putin says about the foreign policy pursued by the Russian leader: presumably, the annexation of Crimea (“the resort, which was worth to compete”) and the Kurds, who “stood in the way” and about how the President sees his place in history, said the TV channel “Rain”.

“People sometimes towering over their leader, as, for example, in Germany, Kentucky, France, sometimes the leader over their country. I dragged in the twenty-first century these peasants, screaming and beating with feet,” the song says.

From the composition it follows that when the Russian President is confident in his efforts, “Putin’s girl,” convince him that he still can. “I don’t know, Lenin couldn’t do, like Stalin. Why can I?” – sung on behalf of the Russian President. “Because you Putin… You will lead our people to the promised Land,” answers the chorus “Putin’s girls.” And in the end, “Putin” agrees: “Yes, you’re damn right, because I am Putin”.

As told Newman in an interview with The Washington Post, he didn’t want to imagine Putin in a definite form – good or bad. He noted that Putin in a song often have doubts, but convinced of the correctness of action “girls”.

72-year-old Randy Newman wrote the soundtrack to 28 films and cartoons, including “toy Story,” “monsters Inc.”, “meet the parents”, “the Princess and the frog”. Song Putin will be included in the new album of composer, which will be released in early 2017. Latest album, Newman – Harps and Angels was released in 2008.



The composer of “Corporation of monsters” written first in eight years, the song about Putin 11.10.2016

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