Annie Mae, where are you going?
Upstairs to take a bath.
Annie Mae with legs like toothpicks,
And a neck like a giraffe.
Annie Mae stepped in the bathtub,
Annie Mae pulled out the plug,
Oh my goodness, Oh my soul,
There goes Annie Mae down that hole!
Annie Mae, Annie Mae, glub, glub, glub
Chug a Wump
When I was at camp at Illahee,
I lived by the side of the lake, the lake,
And listened to all the queer noises the little bullfroggies did make,
Chug-a-wamp, wamp, chug-a-wamp, wamp,
Cha da da dee, that is the song they sang unto me,
Chug-a-wamp wamp, chug-a-wamp, wamp,
Cha da da dee, they sang by the light of the moon, the moon.
But soon I got used to the noises, the froggies no more bothered me,
And if you will come to Illahee,
You’ll hear their night concerts quite free, quite free!
Fried ham, fried ham, cheese and bologna, and after the macaroni, we’ll
have onions, and pickles and pretzels, and then we’ll have some more
fried ham fried ham fried ham.
Second verse, same as first, country accent and a whole lot worse!
Third verse, same as first, British accent and a whole lot worse!
Fourth verse, same as first, underwater accent and a whole lot worse!
Fifth verse, same as first, baby accent and a whole lot worse!