My dad taught my siblings and I this song… much to my mom’s dismay.
My friend was SO excited when I taught her four-year-old “The Song That Never Ends” one rainy spring afternoon!
The (apparently) complete lyrics are here: http://www.zutroy.com/stuff/neverend/
“If I had the wings of a buzzard,
O’er some old dead cow I would fly;
Swoop down and eat her intestines,
And puke, brother puke, ’till I die.”
Little song my maternal grandpa taught us. ;-)
The version I remember from 4th grade classmates was:
Oh we’re having greasy gumpy gopher guts,
Marmalade and monkey meat,
Little dirty birdie feet,
French fried eyeballs
Dipped in kerosene,
And you forgot your spoon!
(But I brought my strawww… ) *big slurping noise*
We camped one weekend at a local county website. One of the rangers was … erm … “edgy”. He had a presentation expressly for teaching the kids (it was a family-friendly campground) the “forbidden” songs. :-D :-D :-D He even taught us olds a new one!
My drama teacher would love that song! He always complains students don’t practice alliteration enough
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