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Song Parodies -> "Hey There, Rebecca"

Original Song Title:

"Hey There, Delilah"

Original Performer:

Plain White T's

Parody Song Title:

"Hey There, Rebecca"

Parody Written by:

Glenn Walker

The Lyrics

Rebecca is a prominent Bible character, the wife of Isaac, and the mother of Jacob. later named Israel. She is variously discussed in the Bible throughout Genesis 24-35.
Hey there, Rebekah
We have come to Paddan Aram
From two hundred miles away
Cuz we were sent by Abraha-am
Just for you
Canaan will soon be home for you
And Isaac too

Hey there, Rebekah
Last week Isaac did turn forty
But he's much too shy to tell you
Flirt-n with girls is not his forte
Now's your chance
Read Matthew 1, Messiah's glance
It so enchants

Laban, let her come with me
Laban, let her come with me
Laban, let her come with me
Laban, let her come with me
Let her come with me

Hey there, Rebekah
Yes the earth's gone twenty spins
But just believe me, girl
Quite soon you'll be a proud ma-MA to twins
But I confess
Jacab and Esau what a mess
May God you bless

Hey there, Rebekah
Isaac's feeling like you tricked him
He can't see and doesn't like
It when you're eager to depict him
As a fool
Jacob's disguise it wasn’t cool
That broke a rule

Laban, Jacob comes to you
Laban, Jacob comes to you
Laban, Jacob comes to you
Laban, Jacob comes to you
Two hundred miles seems pretty far
You know he might not see the star
To guide him back if he forgets the way
You'll miss out watching grandsons grow
And Dinah too. You must have known
That tricking Isaac has its price to pay.
Rebekah, I can promise you
Within a thousand years or two
The Savior will be born through Jacob's fame
But just the same

Hey there, Rebekah
Jacob fled to Paddan Aram
Twenty years he'll serve your brother
Laban honestly is craftier than you.
You know he left because of you
He'll marry Rachel, Leah too.
You really should have thought this through
Isaac and you

R'bekah, your Redeemer lives
R'bekah, your Redeemer lives
R'bekah, your Redeemer lives
R'bekah, your Redeemer lives
Eternally

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