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Song Parodies -> "Crucifixion Hour"

Original Song Title:

"Telephone Hour"

Original Performer:

Bye Bye Birdie - original cast

Parody Song Title:

"Crucifixion Hour"

Parody Written by:

Dan Lotto

The Lyrics

Inspired by Mel Gibson's recent movie, and a recent production of Bye Bye Birdie
Hey Simon
Hey Peter
What's the lowdown, on the showdown

Where's the boss? On the cross
Have you heard about Caiaphas and him

Hi Judas
Hi Thomas
No good omens from the Romans
Such abuse from the Jews

Our Savior is not lookin' good

Did he really get nailed? Oh, yeah
Hammered onto the wood Oh, no
I just thought he'd be jailed Oh, yeah
He's just misunderstood

Shalom Mr. High Priest
have you got a minute
Can you show some compassion

When he rode into town Oh, yeah
We thought he was so cool Oh, yeah
Now we'd better pipe down Oh, yeah
And obey Roman rule

Getting martyred Oy
Getting marytred Oy
Getting martyred Ouch
That's gotta hurt!!

He was tried ***
So unfair ***
Now he's stuck ***
Say a prayer

Hey, up there, Barabbas
How's our master doing?
Did he get any splinters?

Getting martyred Oy
Getting marytred Oy
Getting martyred

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Overall Rating: 2.5

Total Votes: 2

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sloatead - March 07, 2004 - Report this comment
and i thought godspell and jesus christ superstar were irreverant
Jonathan C. - March 07, 2004 - Report this comment
And Judas' committed suicide shortly after he betrayed Jesus, so there is no 'Hi, Judas". (BTW, the Bible's depiction of Judas' suicide was about as graphic as Jesus' crucifixtion).
Angry, Write Mail - March 07, 2004 - Report this comment
Hate to tell you, Lottoland, but if you were trying to glorify Jesus with this parody, you've failed. Don't forget to pack an air conditioner when you go below.

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