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Song Parodies -> "Holy Mail"

Original Song Title:

"Holy Grail"

Original Performer:

Hunters and Collectors

Parody Song Title:

"Holy Mail"

Parody Written by:

Merry & Pippin

The Lyrics

A low-bitrate mp3 of the song can be found here.
Pope’s up this morning with a dang’rous grin
He is gonna beat the secr’t’ries, see letter box within
He’s seen marching alone
To door post, for the holy mail

Tossed ‘em out: freakin’ invoices boring; Ads for
Web Hosts - no way he - falls for adoring
Loan ex-tends and Lifeline vying - to get advan-
tage in holy mail...

Well an asser-tion Reader’s Digest made:
He’d won ‘im some millions! (now maybe he’ll get laid!)
Yeah he praised Jehovah as he smote
That unholy mail

Then the Pontiff muttered
Vaguely dropped it in the snow
There was a card from some
Avowed Mormonly folk
And it really made him wonder
How he wound up on Provo-ly mail...

Pitch for some Lee Jeans
And for some Armani ties
And some Liz Claiborne
And Chanel Number 5
Well it do make a change - yeah!
Go, bulky ol’ robes - bye bye!

You know Ratz, at next circ’lar did a queasy rant
It said ‘Vatican Occu-pant’
Raised his eyes, how’d they not know
That this was Palace of the Po’...?

The Sistine ain’t nouveau

Just fill out orders
CDs: three for ($)ten
Floyd, Nirvana & Stones
(No Gregor-i-an)
A sacrilege is that holy mail !

Pope-Man! Latin Rule swore at holy mail!

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 12

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Stan Hall - February 05, 2008 - Report this comment
Loved the "Provo-ly mail" line. Had never heard/heard of this song but followed the link and was glad I did ... funny read, funnier sung!
Jeff Reuben - February 05, 2008 - Report this comment
Seems he has to get through spam a lot to get to the real mail :) Well done!
mandamoo - February 05, 2008 - Report this comment
Holy mail Pope-man - this was fantastic !!! Love the OS - loved this so much more ! Another OS christened with a new title :)
AFW - February 05, 2008 - Report this comment
Unique idea..very well done
alvin - February 05, 2008 - Report this comment
hilarious concept and execution...another papal mystery
Below Average Dave ( - February 05, 2008 - Report this comment
Amazingly clever, and very funny. . .though I had never heard the OS before today. . .great write guys. . .and good luck on your rather precarious problems of collective religious spam. I seem to get that a lot .. .
Peregrin - February 05, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks to all those who have commented thus far. Stan and Dave, really gratified to see that you availed yourselves of the link - it's a great OS and was fun to work with :)
LittleCatOlick - February 06, 2008 - Report this comment
555 for this heavenly Parody! Loved that < vat o'Can Pant > !!! Might the Cardinal Joseph RatSinger enjoy this?!? Hey, he's an Austrian, he's got a sense of humor!
Peregrin - February 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Eh? The Pope-man was born in Bavaria (Germany). Hitler was an Austrian but a lot of people (for some strange reason) thought he was German. Are you getting the two of them confused ? ;-p

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