Fiona Apple has penned what she hopes will become an anthem for the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday following the presidential inauguration.


Fiona recorded the song, called “Tiny Hands,” on her phone and released it on Tuesday. The song, which of course references Donald Trump, is meant to be a chant for the marchers protesting the president-elect. Listen here.

The song samples Trump’s own words from the Access Hollywood leaked tape, in which Trump brags about groping women and says to, “grab ’em by the p—y.” “We don’t want your tiny hands anywhere near our underpants,” sings Apple.

Apple previously protested Trump when she repurposed Nat King’s classic holiday song, “The Christmas Song,” by changing the lyrics: “Trump’s nuts roasting on an open fire/as he keeps nipping at his foes/You’ll cry creepy uncle/every time he arrives/for he keeps clawing at your clothes.”

Apple’s most recent new album came in 2012, but has found herself back in the public eye through her political protests. She sang the so-called “Trump’s Nuts Roasting on an Open Fire” at the We Rock with Standing Rock benefit concert.

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