There were 6 tracks on each side of the LP; very egalitarian. There are no bonus tracks on the Hannibal CD, so for these last three I shall refer to the CD numbering.
Track 10 is “Mary and Joseph” (1.38). This is in the form of a hymn, in the form it would have been sung in the 17th century. It is accompanied principally by a trombone, imitating the old sackbut sound of those ancient times.
“Mary and Joseph were watching the border
Lovers with a different pose
Like the worm that loves the rose
Mary is in stitches
She’s tied down on the bed
While Joseph plays the ukelele
Standing on his head.
Sad is the hour that saw them divided
People with a common blood
Parted in the name of good
The father and the mother
Of the royal king on earth
He’ll only come when heats are joined
And peace rings in his birth.”
Dodgy theology, this, but a jolly fine song nevertheless.