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Song Parodies -> "No Bread Today"

Original Song Title:

"No Milk Today"

Original Performer:

Herman's Hermits

Parody Song Title:

"No Bread Today"

Parody Written by:

Shaul Ceder

The Lyrics

A parody for the Passover holiday

No bread today
Their firstborn He did slay
Our slavery has gone
Our future it does dawn

No bread today
In Egypt we won't stay
It's matzo, we surmise
It had no time to rise

Soon we will know
Just what this matzo means
To see the Almighty
Fulfilling all our dreams

Soon we will know
The real reason why
Moses will lead us
Out to Mount Sinai

No bread today
Old Pharaoh, he did pay
Those plagues he suffered through
He dared to misconstrue

And from our houses the angel passed over
Out in the fields and the main street back of town
But the Egyptians, they could not escape it
As he struck them down

No bread today
On Pesach we will say
Why this night's not the same
Our moment finally came

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Overall Rating: 4.0

Total Votes: 2

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