Miss Lucy’s Playground Songs

Archive for the ‘Novelty Songs’ Category

I looks like there are a ton of verses to this song. Here are the main ones.

Source: Boy Scout Trail

I have a sad story to tell you
It may hurt your feelings a bit
Last night when I walked into my bathroom
I stepped in a pile of …

Chorus (repeat after every verse):
Shaving cream, be nice and clean.
Shave everyday and you’ll always look keen.

I think I’ll break off with my girlfriend
Her antics are queer I’ll admit
Each time I say, ‘Darling, I love you’
She tells me that I’m full of …

Our baby fell out of the window
You’d think that her head would be split
But good luck was with her that morning
She fell in a barrel of …

An old lady died in a bathtub
She died from a terrible fit
In order to fulfill her wishes
She was buried in six feet of …

When I was in France with the army
One day I looked into my kit
I thought I would find me a sandwich
But the darn thing was loaded with …

And now, folks, my story is ended
I think it is time I should quit
If any of you feel offended
Stick your head in a barrel of …

On Wikipedia… I see that:

“Shaving Cream” is a song written by Benny Bell in 1946. Phil Winston (using the pseudonym, Paul Wynn) sang the original version of it, and Dr. Demento covered the song for his 25th Anniversary Collection in 1975.

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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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