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Song Parodies -> "Most Reverend, Fridge Penguin"

Original Song Title:

"Hosanna - Jesus Christ Superstar"

Original Performer:

Jesus Christ Superstar Cast

Parody Song Title:

"Most Reverend, Fridge Penguin"

Parody Written by:

Stuart McArthur

The Lyrics

Continuing The Story Of The Holy Fridge Penguin from the first instalment.......As word of the Fridge Penguin spreads, dozens of Young Stu's schoolmates gather in Young Stu's kitchen to sing praise and pay homage to Him - to the exasperation of Young Stu's of the live performance of the OS here
Most Reverend
Fridge Penguin
living in the fridge
In Your fridge cubby, there You are!
Hey FP, FP, flick the light for me
Bird who lives
in the fridge
in the dark

Will you GET rid of those singers, I am watching Jerry Springer
...especially Howard
He's much too loud!
If you can't make them be quite, please make them go and play outside
if you don't stop
I'll call the cops!

Most Reverend
Fridge Penguin
We come here to pray
We have faith in You - we believe!
Hey FP, FP, Stu's stepmum's angry
But though she
bugs us we
will not leave

Why waste your breath
asking us to stop?
We've all come to worship the Fridge Penguin
and if you call the cops our praise would still continue
in fact the cops themselves
would start to SING.........

Most Reverend
Fridge Penguin
When we shut the fridge
You get up and turn off the light
Hey FP, FP, try to stay cosy
for Your good
coz You could
get frostbite

Sing Him your songs
demonstrate your faith
Show Him you appreciate His workrate
The way He keeps things cold and stops the milk from curdling
coz when we drink warm milk
we all go

Most Reverend
Fridge Penguin
we searched on ebay
for some frankincense, myrrh, and gold
Hey FP, FP, would you take money?
Bird who lives
in the fridge
in the cold

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 19

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 2   0
 3   0
 4   1
 5   17

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PMS - November 03, 2007 - Report this comment
Icy no reason not to give you fives
Rick C - November 03, 2007 - Report this comment
Hey Stu, are you going to do the whole opera?Whom are you going to get to do the music for this? Andrew Lloyd Webfoot? A wonderful idea, brilliantly twisted. 555+++
Below Average Dave ( - November 03, 2007 - Report this comment
And the Fridge Penguin saga continues, thanks for saving me yesterday from "The Quack" (sorry shameless plug:)) Anyway, this one is as awesome as the first. . .I can't help with the writing, if you need help with the recording I'll try, I don't have backing tracks for these, but I'd be willing to help, hey Rick, you want to do a joint project on Stu's Musical? I think this will require more than one voice to do it justice.
Matthias - November 03, 2007 - Report this comment
HAIL PENGUIN!!!! HAIL PENGUIN!!!! Do Scientologists believe in alien penguins that send messages to our fridges in order to turn off the light when we close the door? I wonder...
Jack Wilson - November 03, 2007 - Report this comment
That fridged black and white bird, sure plays a mean pinbaaaaaall. oh wait, wrong musical this was still awesome .5s
alvin - November 03, 2007 - Report this comment
long live the penguin !
stuart mcarthur - November 03, 2007 - Report this comment
Thanks PMS:-)

hi Rick - hoping you'd be back - no, this is just random submissions to the theme - to find out more about it go to the MB Contests index and check out the Fridge Penguin thread where it's all explained - I'm very serious about this silliness!! ;-)

thanks BADave - I totally understand if people are uncomfortable about writing anything for this - fear of divine retributuion is one of those tools the organised religions have perfected to assist self-preservation, and the emotional headlock can be unbreakable - if you get the chance, try to watch the movie "Cold Comfort Farm" which allegorically and brilliantly points that out....(the bonus being that it was also Kate Beckinsale's first film)

thanks Matthias - and of course Scientologist believe that! - LOL - and the aliens know the GPS coordinates of all the fridges because Tom keeps them on an Excel spreadsheet

Great line Jack! - what a pity that OS is not religiously-themed - doesn't stop you from using it anyway though

thanks alvin :-)
Below Average Dave ( - November 03, 2007 - Report this comment
Oh, it's not that I'm uncomfortable. . .I just don't want to listen to hymns or any of that halleballu > . Interesting, my spell check recognizes halleballu
TJC - November 03, 2007 - Report this comment
Excellent Copol'a Operas you've pumped out these last few days, Stu! Very funny stuff... enhanced by your link... reminds me of Hitchhiker's (and I'm sure I'm messing up the deets) pyramid-sized computer designed to compute 'the ultimate question', with an entire planet worshiping it and all... Hell, I'm sure three fives are "FORTY-TWO" in base 7 or something! Great imagination/skill on display here (top shelf, lit by a 40 Watt bulb, if you *must* know)
stuart mcarthur - November 04, 2007 - Report this comment
wow, halleballu's a word! - I'm using it - thanks BADave ;-)

thanks TJC - and I notice I've finally got my first 111 - after waiting a week - I was beginning to lose faith in the faithful, but now it's restored - I bet Htichhikers never got a 111 :-)
Below Average Dave ( - November 04, 2007 - Report this comment
111's are a good thing sometimes, it means you've made a point. . .well at least if they don't leave a comment 'cause they know they're wrong.
stuart mcarthur - November 04, 2007 - Report this comment
absolutely right, Dave - I was starting to think I wasn't making my point clearly enough - a couple more would be nice though - c'mon anonymouse 111s guys, don't be shy AND anonymous - you don't NEED to be shy if you're anonymous remember fellers :-)
Kristof Robertson - November 05, 2007 - Report this comment
Another wonderfully nutso effort....the FP movement rolls on, gathering followers along the way! Blessed be the freon suppliers for they shall inherit what's left of the earth once CFCs have destroyed the ozone layer! 555
Phil Alexander - November 05, 2007 - Report this comment
Checked back to see what you might have said about my oh, so witty comment, only to find I obviously didn't post it. Ah, well.. and can I remember what I said? Can I ****.... You'll just have to take my word that it was funniest thing I never got round to posting. Am I wittering on a bit? Yes, just trying to cover up for my recent distractions and lack of finishing the Herod's Song parody...

Security code "CUT" - what is this, the movie?
Agrimorfee - November 05, 2007 - Report this comment
Don't let your fervor blind you from your top-notch writing...I'm too much of a fundamentalist to let you off the hook for trying to rhyme (and creatively pace) "Howard" with "loud". Invoke 10 Hail Whirlpools and 1 Amana for your sins.
stuart mcarthur - November 06, 2007 - Report this comment
thanks Kristof - and imagine how blessed the meek freon suppliers must be then;-)

d'oh, now I really want to see the witty comment Phil

thanks Ag - yes Howard and Loud was a stretch, but both were final line syllables and it seemed okayish so I went with it - the "creative pacing resolution" I didn't think I'd get away with was the spelling of "quiet" as "quite" just so it would pace - not that I'm advocating that - it was late :-)
Silver Power - July 22, 2009 - Report this comment
All hail Penguin, and his fridge. 555!
Agrimorfee - July 24, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC) Hey sanna ho sanna sanna sanna ho!
Guy - July 26, 2009 - Report this comment

Another Stu Macarther rendition of the frigid pigeon. I barely remember the OS and I had to listen through it several times because I kept losing my place from the OS to the parody. I wish this would have worked better for me but alas it got by me. I can tell that it is a decent effort from the comments that precede mine.
Timmy1000 - July 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Had to go back to the first FP parody to understand the context - nice followup here. This fits in well with the OS and now I see what some of the other comments mean concerning the whole rock opera.
Mark Scotti - July 29, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC) followed OS nicely, and quite funny!
Max Power - August 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Leo Keough - August 06, 2009 - Report this comment
ABC5(M)...Messianic twist to the Fridge Penguin theme!!!...LOL at the "frankincense, myrrh, and gold" line...555!!!
Matthias - August 06, 2009 - Report this comment
"Coz when we drink warm milk / we all go/ "bleeaah"" (That line right there made the parody, the rest of it was frosting but that line right there made me crack up)
Below Average Dave - August 06, 2009 - Report this comment
You already know I love this halleballu:) Great job Stu
bobpiecheese - August 07, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC5) Never really got into this whole "Fridge Penguin" craze, and I distrust live performances so I can't hear the OS at this time, but I trust the pacing to be good given the author.
Red Ant - August 20, 2009 - Report this comment
Well done Stu, especially with the short lines. I liked how you brought in the other singers - classmates, the stepmother, and the cops. Quite the production there. Favorite line was "we all go bleeaah".

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