-> "The Debt They Left Behind"
Original Song Title:
"The Girl I Left Behind Me"
Parody Song Title:
"The Debt They Left Behind"
A German tourist came one day
Into a Grecian village
Unlike the Wehrmacht long ago
He wasn't there to pillage
"A room with view, a night or two
While trav'ling on vacation
But I must be sure that your place meets
My strict specification"
A good-faith hundred euro note
He left upon the counter
Then turned around, said, "I'll be back".
As up the stairs he wandered
The innkeep grabbed the bill and ran
As quick as he was able
To pay for last week's groceries
The food upon his table
The grocer said, "This German guy
Is certainly some good news.
For now, at last, I can retrieve
My brand new pair of dress shoes".
The cobbler was a thirsty man
And rather fond of drinking
"My bar tab I will settle now".
He joyfully was thinking
A lady of the evening spoke
All heard her as she said it
"Hey, barkeep, pay up what you owe
I'm through extending credit".
She snatched that hundred euro note
With little time remaining
To pay the innkeep for the room
Where she did her "entertaining"
The German said "Thanks for your time
And the offer to inspect it
But the room just doesn't meet my needs
I'm afraid I must reject it
Then he folded up that hundred note
And jumped in his Mercedes
Took the road straight out of town
Driving fast as Hades
Now everyone was sad the room
Wasn't up to snuff, as vetted
But when the German left that day
There was no one left indebted
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