This song about Donald Trump's hands is as hilarious as it is catchy

A musician has composed a song about Donald Trump's hands - and it's something of a masterpiece.

Creator Morgan Jay is a stand-up comedian, actor and musician from Los Angeles, who has produced a variety of of comedy songs and sketches for his channel on Youtube.

Donald Trump's hands have been a bit of hot topic since the 1980s, when Spy magazine called him a "short-fingered vulgarian" but more recently he came under attack from fellow Republican and presidential hopeful Marco Rubio during the build-up to the party's nominee decision.

Rubio declared despite Trump being 6ft 2in, his hands were the size of someone 5ft 2in.

"And you know what they say about men with small hands? You can't trust them," said Rubio.

Trump rebuked the comment from Rubio, saying: "Look at those hands, are they small hands? And [Rubio] referred to my hands -- 'If they're small, something else must be small'. I guarantee you, there's no problem. I guarantee."

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump raises his arms
Are those hands actually small though? (Paul Sancya/AP)

However, Trump's protests haven't stopped comedians such as Jay with this video parodying the idea - and in all truth his hands are actually pretty small.

We know this because there is a bronze mould of his left hand print at Madame Tussauds.

The caption from this post from Instagram user Adam Gabbatt tells us Trump has "roughly the same size hands as a 5ft tall woman called Maribel".

According to The Hollywood Reporter, who measured the bronze cast, Trump's hands measure 7.22 inches long. The average for a man is 7.44 inches, so he is somewhat smaller-handed than the average man, despite being a tall man.

Tiny love hands? Maybe.

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