Saturday, February 18, 2006

Oh Mr. Johnny Krebeck

For some reason on Shabbos I was singing songs from my days in Beth Yehuda Day camp and Nat was shocked that these songs taught to us at Camp YBY. Here is one of the funnier ones.

Once there was a Frenchman and his name was Johnny Krebeck
He was a dealer of sausages, sauerkraut and speck.
He was the nicest Frenchman that you'd ever met
Until one day he invented that sausages machine.

Ohhh Mr Johnny Krebeck how could you be so mean
I told you you' d be sorry for inventing that machine.
Now all the neighbors cats and dogs will never more be seen
They'll all be ground to sausages in Johnny Krebecks machine.

One day a little boy came walking in the store
He bought a pound of sausages and laid them on the floor.
He whistled and whistled and he whistled up a tune
and all the little sausages went dancing round the room


One day the darn thing broke the darn thing wouldn't go
So Johhny K crawled inside to see what made it so.
His wife was having a nightmare walking in her sleep
She gave the thing a crank and heck of yank
And Johnny Krebeck was MEAT



At 8:07 AM, Blogger Krunk said...

Holy cow dude you MUST have the official song book from some year,because there is no way in the world that you could remember that!I loved that song.

At 9:04 AM, Blogger Just Shu said...

No songbook, it's knowledge of the camp songs that made me one of the top counsellors ever at YBYDC

At 4:50 PM, Blogger Krunk said...

Are you seriously saying that you remembered all that from memory?That's truly amazing.And I'm sorry dude,but top counsellor?Not happening.That's like me being the best camper.Dream on.

At 12:51 PM, Anonymous iSrAeLiWannaB said...

ud thing after 10 years u guys cud get over this....

but in bais yaakov the song was differant...less violent i think. i dont remember it tho...

At 7:14 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

I was just doing a Google search on Johnny Krebeck, and your blog showed up. Yes, those were the good ol' days. (And I think we turned out just fine!)


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