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Song Parodies -> "The Prophet Song"

Original Song Title:

"The Crew Song"

Original Performer:

Cole Porter (Anything Goes)

Parody Song Title:

"The Prophet Song"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

- The Prophet's Song (hehe)

I want to be a prophet, Mama,
That's the thing I want to bet, Mama.
To be known throughout 'Reth 13 as I walk about it,
Get the priests at my back and then talk about it.

Yes, please tell me where Miss Mary Magdala is staying. Hello my dear, I'm all alone down here, and you're all alone up there, at least I hope you are. Who cares what time it is? I look at you and time stands still. Your face alone could stop a clock. Hello? Must be on her way!

I'd like to be a famous king, Mama,
And I can do important things, Mama.
You'll see your famed son
Putting waves in the Jerusalem,
Cos they say I'm the king of Palestine. 14

13 Nazareth.14 Palestine (the province containing Jerusalem will be referred to interchangeably as Israel and Palestine, whatever fits.)

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