Ory Ory Ory Ay (Climbing Up The Ladder) (Tune: Patsy Ory Ory Ay (Working On The Railroad)

 

Ory Ory Ory Ay (Climbing Up The Ladder) (Tune: Patsy Ory Ory Ay (Working On The Railroad)

Lyrics

Ory ory ory ay (3X) Climbing up the ladder (CHORUS) In nineteen hundred and eighty-one, I thought that scouting would be fun, thought that scouting would be fun. Climbing up the ladder In nineteen hundred and eighty-two, I set myself to work it through, set myself to work it through. Climbing up the ladder In nineteen hundred and eighty-three, a BOY SCOUT troop hired me. (etc.) In nineteen hundred and eighty-four, TENDERFOOT was the patch I wore. (etc.) In nineteen hundred and eighty-five, SECOND CLASS I arrived. (etc.) In nineteen hundred and eighty-six, with FIRST CLASS Scouts I did my tricks. (etc.) In nineteen hundred and eighty-seven, a STAR reminded me of heaven. (etc.) In nineteen hundred and eighty-eight, to be a LIFE SCOUT was my fate. (etc.) In nineteen hundred and eighty-nine, the EAGLE BADGE is finally mine. (etc.) In nineteen hundred and eighty-ten, decide to do it all again. (etc.)

Song Category

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Comments

In this song, Scouts rise as they hear their ranks.

Contributor

David Turner

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