Matzah we’ll crunch, it’s been so long since lunch
And I’ll be eating whatever they serve at seder.
A drink in my hand, remembering the promised land
And boiled taters that are not bland at seder.
I’ll finally see some gefilte fish, forget about that hail storm.
And find out what happens to gelatin that’s not warm!
And I can’t wait to see, what the Haggadah will teach me.
Just imagine how much fuller I’ll be at seder.
Day enu, da da, da day eh nu day ay noo
Mortar and maror are both so intense,
Put 'em together it just makes sense!
Ma nish ta nah mah mah mah nish tah nah nah nah nah
Seder’s a good time to try to finagle,
I’ll find the afikomen and ask for a — piece of matzah!
When the meal gets rough, I like to sing an old tune,
Of reclining at the seder, and enjoying a tasty macaroon.
Oh the wine would be red, and you guys will be well fed
When I finally do what hungry people do at seder.
Karl: I’m gonna tell him.
Hannah: Don’t you dare!
Oleg: At seder!
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