No Room!

£2.75

You just can’t find a room when you want one – especially when you’re about to have a baby! The verses of this brand new song tell of tired Mary and Joseph reaching Bethlehem looking for somewhere to stay during a busy Census. The chorus, with its musicals-style accompaniment, ups the tempo and gives the rather short message from the innkeepers that they have ‘No Room!’. That is until the last innkeeper finds them room in a stable and … well the rest is history! A great song that can help to dramatise this part of the Nativity story. Why not choose a selection of our songs and put together your own Nativity? There are songs covering all aspects to make your Christmas really special.

Please note there isn’t a vocal track with this song pack. Instruments play the melody on the backing track.

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  1. audio file of backing track in mp3 format
  2. audio file of piano accompaniment in mp3 format
  3. song words in PDF format
  4. sheet music in PDF format
  5. PowerPoint of song words

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No Room!

V1
Late at night so tired and weary
Bethlehem their journey’s end.
But where will Mary and Joseph find to stay?
Riding on a little donkey
Through the narrow streets still searching
For an inn, let’s knock,
What will they say?

Chorus
No, no, no, no room at the inn,
Don’t think you can simply walk in!
We’ve been booked for months, it’s a shame,
You can’t win!
No, no, no, no room at the inn
We’re so full it’s making a din!
You’ll just have to take it on the chin.

V2
Late at night so tired and weary
Bethlehem their journey’s end.
But who will have any room
To let them sleep?
Riding on a little donkey
Through the narrow streets still searching
Can you help them? Don’t let Mary weep.

Chorus

V3
Late at night so tired and weary
Bethlehem their journey’s end.
And here the light of the world
Will soon be born.
Riding on a little donkey
Through the narrow streets still searching
Someone let them in before it’s dawn.

Last chorus
Yes, yes, yes there’s room at the inn,
It’s a stable, nothing built-in.
There’s a manger but the walls are a bit thin.
Yes, yes, yes there’s room at the inn,
You can sleep away from the din,
Follow me, this way, and we’ll get you checked in.

© A M Dilkes 2018 www.primarysongs.co.uk