Campfire Songs
Run by the Retired Scouter.

Retired Scouter Campfire Songs 


Camp Kookamonga


Well in 19 and 59
We took a little hike
With our Scoutmaster
Down to Lake A-Neek-A-Nike
We took a little pizza
And we took some sauerkraut
We marched along together
'Till we seen the Girl Scouts

We're the boys from Camp Kookamonga
Our mothers sent us here for to study nature's ways
We leared to make sparks by rubbin' sticks together
And if we catch some girls then we'll set the woods ablaze

Well we crept up to the water
And we seen the girls a-swimmin'
There must a-been a hundred of 'em
Pretty young women
They looked so fine
Even birds forget to sing
We lay down in the poison oak
And we didn't say a thing

We're the boys from Camp Kookamonga
Our mothers sent us here for to study nature's ways
We leared to make sparks by rubbin' sticks together
And if we catch some girls then we'll set the woods ablaze

Well the counselor said
We could take 'em by surprise
If we didn't say a word
'Till we looked 'em in the eyes
We kept real still still
And we kept our eyes a-glued
We seen how they were dressed
They were swimmin in the
Well, they

Ran through the briars
And they ran through the brambles
And they ran through the bushes where a rabbit couldn't go
They ran so fast even we couldn't catch 'em
From Lake A-Neek-A-Nike
All the way to Buffalo

Well we marched around
'Till everyone was pooped
We rested for a minute
And our forces we regrouped
Then we seen the girls
Behind some evergreens
Captured by a company of
United States Marines!

We're the boys from Camp Kookamonga
Our mothers sent us here for to study nature's ways
We leared to make sparks by rubbin' girls, uh, sticks together
And if we catch some girls then we'll set the woods ablaze