Miss Lucy’s Playground Songs

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Ah here is another one. It is funny what one can recall when looking at lyrics on the internet.

Skinna Marinky Dinky Dink
Skinna Marinky Do
I love you

Skinna Marinky Dinky Dink
Skinna Marinky Do
I love you

I love you in the morning
and in the afternoon
I love you in the evening
underneath the moon…..

Skinna Marinky Dinky Dink
Skinna Marinky Do
I love you


This is a very pretty song.

Source: Scoutorama

Mm-Mm I want to linger
Mm-Mm a little longer
Mm-Mm a little longer here with you
Mm-Mm it’s such a perfect night
It doesn’t seen quite right
That it’s my last night here with you

Mm-Mm and come September
We’ll all remember
Our lasting friendship true and strong


Mm-Mm and as the years go by
Remember this and sigh
This is goodnight and not good bye.

Source: Bus Songs

Hello muddah, hello faddah
Here I am at Camp Granada
Camp is very entertaining
And they say we’ll have some fun if it stops raining.

I went hiking with Joe Spivy
He developed poison ivy
You remember Leonard Skinner
He got ptomaine poisoning last night after dinner.

All the counselors hate the waiters
And the lake has alligators
And the head coach wants no sissies
So he reads to us from something called Ulysses.

How I don’t want this should scare ya
But my bunkmate has malaria
You remember Jeffrey Hardy
They’re about to organize a searching party.

Take me home, oh muddah, faddah
Take me home, I hate Granada
Don’t leave me out in the forest where
I might get eaten by a bear.
Take me home I promise I will not make noise
Or mess the house with other boys.
Oh please don’t make me stay
I’ve been here one whole day.

Dearest faddah, darling muddah,
How’s my precious little bruddah
Let me come home, if you miss me
I would even let Aunt Bertha hug and kiss me.

Wait a minute, it’s stopped hailing.
Guys are swimming, guys are sailing
Playing baseball, gee that’s better
Muddah, faddah kindly disregard this letter.

From Wikipedia, I see that:

“Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh (A Letter from Camp)” is the Grammy-winning novelty song based on Kvetch letters Allan Sherman received from his son attending Camp Champlain, New York.[1] The song is a parody that complains about Camp Granada (e.g., “Leonard Skinner”[2] got “Ptomaine poisoning”) and is set to the tune of Ponchielli’s Dance of the Hours.

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