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Song Parodies -> "Bethlehem"

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Melanie Lee

The Lyrics

Merry KISS-mas! OS: Beth, YouTube
Bethlehem's my hometown,
So we have to ride that way.
Caesar Augustus's saying
That we have the tax to pay.

Just a few more hours
'Til the baby cries hello…
Oh, Lord, please find us shelter!
To Bethlehem we go.
Bethlehem, we go.

I wish the streets were empty.
Who can open up their home?
Oh Lord, all the inns are booked!
Oh please, we need space alone!

Just a few more hours,
And the baby will be due.
Do I hear cattle calling?
Oh Bethlehem, where to?
Bethlehem, where to?

(instrumental break)

Bethlehem's now silent.
Lord, this stable stall's a fright!
But Jesus our baby is coming
Merry Christmas! Happy New Year! Happy Birthday, Baby Jesus!

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Peter Andersson - January 01, 2019 - Report this comment
Amazing how well the new topic fits this old gem. :-)

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