Don't Lie To Me

  • Written by Barbra Streisand with John Shanks, Jonas Myrin, Jay Landers, this up-tempo piano-driven song is borne out of the singer's feelings regarding President Trump's relationship with the truth.

    You change the facts to justify
    Your lips move but your words get in the way


    Streisland told Billboard she has written many articles including around 15 Huffington Post pieces about this "Liar in Chief." She added that this is her "protest, in a sense, about this unprecedented time in our history."

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