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Song Parodies -> "The First Hotel"

Original Song Title:

"The First Noel"

Original Performer:

Traditional Christmas Carol

Parody Song Title:

"The First Hotel"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Christmas songs? It's not even Thanksgiving! On the other hand, the first song I ever posted on this site was "Rudolph, the Blue-Chip Halfback," and I did post "The Little Dumber Boy" during the summer. I don't think anyone will find this offensive. Whether you'll find it funny, that's another story.
The first hotel, was closed, they did say
to that certain poor couple, in fix bad were they.
In a fix were they, "Not here can you sleep!"
Back into winter's night, sent by that creep.

No hotel, no hotel, no hotel, oh, well.
So tough to get a room in Is-ra-el.

So they were out of luck, until they saw a star.
"Let us follow," said Mary, "I don't think it's far."
But when they reached the spot, Joseph said, "Oh, gosh, darn!"
I thought this was a hotel! Instead, it's a barn!"

No hotel, no hotel, no hotel, oh, well.
So tough to get a room in Is-ra-el.

No further could they go, 'cause their baby was born.
So three people were stuck in that barn until morn.
Prophecy said the boy would be King of Israel.
"Can he get us a room, Joe? We need miracle!"

No hotel, no hotel, no hotel, oh, well.
So tough to get a room in Is-ra-el.

Wise Men came from the east, gold and other presents.
But Joe had no mirth, frankly, he was still incensed.
"Anything," the Wise Men said, "ask and we'll make it so."
Joseph said, "Call the Jerusalem Fountainbleau!"

No hotel, no hotel, no hotel, oh, we-ell!
So tough to get a room in Is-ra-el.

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Meriadoc - November 22, 2003 - Report this comment
Other than putting the 'star before the source' - not too bad!
Claude Prez - November 22, 2003 - Report this comment
I had to give you fives just for this line--"But Joe had no mirth, frankly, he was still incensed." Hope you don't mind.
Leah Lockhart - November 23, 2003 - Report this comment
"But Joe had no mirth, frankly, he was still incensed." Wow. I'm star-struck. Like that you put a twist to the original theme!
royce miller - November 23, 2003 - Report this comment
Michael, I enjoyed this alot
Phil Carmichael - November 26, 2003 - Report this comment
nicely sculptured-tight stuff here...this one stands out!
Peregrin - July 06, 2012 - Report this comment
Found via the random feature, MP. Well worth the wait, funny lines especially that pointed out by Leah above :)

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