Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Memories: from generation to generation.

How to remember the Ten Plagues of Egypt provided by my father ... now I will have to warp future generations!

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TEN PLAGUES OF PESACH
(sung to the tune of The Twelve Days of Christmas)


For the first plague of Pesach, Pharaoh came to see
A river that was all blood-y

For the second plague of Pesach, Pharaoh came to see
Green jumping frogs
And a river that was all blood-y

For the third plague of Pesach, Pharaoh came to see
Big white lice
Green jumping frogs
And a river that was all blood-y

For the fourth plague of Pesach, Pharaoh came to see
Wild scary beasts
Big white lice
Green jumping frogs
And a river that was all blood-y

For the fifth plague of Pesach, Pharaoh came to see
{Slow} Cows with disease {Pause}
Wild scary beasts
Big white lice
Green jumping frogs
And a river that was all blood-y

For the sixth plague of Pesach, Pharaoh came to see
Boils causing itching
{Slow} Cows with disease {Pause}
Wild scary beasts
Big white lice
Green jumping frogs
And a river that was all blood-y

For the seventh plague of Pesach, Pharaoh came to see
Hail big as golf balls
Boils causing itching
{Slow} Cows with disease {Pause}
Wild scary beasts
Big white lice
Green jumping frogs
And a river that was all blood-y

For the eighth plague of Pesach, Pharaoh came to see
Tons of flying locusts
Hail big as golf balls
Boils causing itching
{Slow} Cows with disease {Pause}
Wild scary beasts
Big white lice
Green jumping frogs
And a river that was all blood-y

For the ninth plague of Pesach, Pharaoh came to see
Days of pure darkness
Tons of flying locusts
Hail big as golf balls
Boils causing itching
{Slow} Cows with disease {Pause}
Wild scary beasts
Big white lice
Green jumping frogs
And a river that was all blood-y

For the tenth plague of Pesach, Pharaoh came to see
Death of the first born
Days of pure darkness
Tons of flying locusts
Hail big as golf balls
Boils causing itching
{Slow} Cows with disease {Pause}
Wild scary beasts
Big white lice
Green jumping frogs
And a river that was all blood-y

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