'Honolulu' Family Sings Funny Parody Of 'Hallelujah' By Pentatonix

'Honolulu' Family Sings Funny Parody Of 'Hallelujah' By Pentatonix

Check out this hilarious parody video of ‘Hallelujah’ by Pentatonix but is actually called ‘Honolulu’ when performed by this funny family.

“At night when my head hits the pillow, you’re over there, surfing on Zillow
You’re trying to escape, I see right through you. Now you’re looking up a list of towns
Where the Covid numbers are going down, and now you want to move to Honolulu
Honolulu, Honolulu, Honolulu, Honolulu”

The Holderness family has done it again! They are so creative and never cease to make us laugh with their creative parody videos.

For this video, Penn is singing about how his wife keeps looking up houses on Zillow in Honolulu. But Penn comically reminds her in this parody song that it is her anxiety that is having her looking up pricey homes in paradise online. Home that will take her far away from her community of family and friends.

“Welp, here comes the mortgage calculator...does anyone else surf Zillow when they're stressed?” writes the Holderness family in the caption of this YouTube video. “2020 is a weird year. We promise to continue making songs, skits, and vlogs to keep you smiling.”

“This family has some serious talent!” comments one person on YouTube. “They can sing, they can dance, they can act, and they can sing acapella.”

“All your songs are great, but wow, this is next level stuff. You took an amazing song and made it your own hilarious yet sincere version. Seeing Penn stretch to belt out the “Zillowing Honolulu” line is something I didn’t know I needed, but indeed I did. (Nailed it, BTW.) And the percussion - . I always enjoy when you do the behind-the-scenes snippets at the end, too. Thanks, Holderness Family,” writes another person online.

We hope you enjoyed this video, and God bless the Holderness family for the joy that they bring to many people’s lives!

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