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"Irving's Camp Fire Song"
Irving's Camp Song
Irving singing
Song by Irving
Album: Phineas and Ferb: Last Day of Summer (Original Soundtrack)
Released: June 9, 2014
Venue: Walt Disney Records
Genre(s): Folk (Parts 1 and 2 and the end credits), rock (part 3)
Irving chronology
Previous: "Troy"
Current: "Irving's Camp Fire Song"
Next: None
Video
Phineas and Ferb - Irving's Camp Song01:20

Phineas and Ferb - Irving's Camp Song

(episode version)
Phineas and Ferb-Irving's Camp Fire Song (Extended Version)02:09

Phineas and Ferb-Irving's Camp Fire Song (Extended Version)

"Irving's Camp Fire Song"[1] is a song that Irving sings when filling in for Phineas and the gang during their global concert in Phineas and Ferb Save Summer. It is a campfire song that his mother taught him about the dangers of nature.

Lyrics

Episode version

Part One

Oh, never lick a tree below the dog line,
If it's brown and sticky, do not pick it up (Unless it's a stick.)
Banjo-playing hicks should be avoided,
And it's no joke, that poison oak is not a friendly shrub.

With a diddly-diddly-doo and a doodly-doodly-dee,
Something horrible will happen if you don't listen to me

Part Two

Your sinew's torn apart by a grizzly...
(shivers) Freezing!
Your large intestines wrapped around a tree...
Does anyone have a sweater?

Part Three

Scorpions, parasites, black widows, rabies!
Sunburn, frostbite, head trauma, scabies!
Don't even get me started 'bout mosquitoes!
Malaria!

End Credits

Irving: Everybody!

Doodly-doodly-dee!
Crowd: Dengue fever!
Irving: Diddly diddly doo!
Crowd: Whooping cough!
Irving: If you go into the woods
Then this will happen to you!
Nature's gross!

Thank you! Thank you very much! My mom taught me that song!

Album version

Here's a campfire song my mother taught me.

Doodly-doodly-dee
A diddly-diddly-doo,
If you go out in the woods
Here are the things you should not do...

Oh, never lick a tree below the dog line,
If it's brown and sticky, do not pick it up (Unless it's a stick.)
Banjo-playing hicks should be avoided,
And it's no joke, that poison oak is not a friendly shrub.

With a diddly-diddly-doo and a doodly-doodly-dee,
Something horrible will happen if you don't listen to me

Lakes and creeks and ponds are fish's toilets,
A thimbleful would surely be your death.
Don't drink out of a bog,
You may ingest a polliwog.
And soon you may be drawing your last breath.
Be a grownup!

Doodly-doodly-dee
A deedly-doodly-doo,
All these gruesome things are surely
Gonna happen to you.

(takes a deep breath)

Your sinew's torn apart by a grizzly...
Your large intestines wrapped around a tree...
If you make the slightest blunder,
You'll be surely torn asunder.
Did I forget to mention killer bee-hee-hees?

They're comin' up from South America. Read the news, people.

(Rock music)

Flash floods, lightning strikes, avalanches, blizzards!
Mountain lions, marmosets, honey badgers, lizards!
Scorpions, parasites, black widows, rabies!
Sunburn, frostbite, head trauma, scabies!
Don't even get me started 'bout mosquitoes!
Malaria!

Everybody!

Doodly-doodly-dee! (Dengue fever!)
Diddly diddly doo! (Whooping cough!)
If you go into the woods
Then this will happen to you!

Nature's gross!

Songwriters

BMI Work #17948075 (Listed as Irving's Camping Song)

Background Information

  • First and only time Irving sings a solo song.
  • Jack McBrayer, the voice of Irving, co-wrote this song.
  • In the episode this song is splitted into several parts.
  • Last song sung by Irving

References

Previous:
"Battle Hymn of the Republic"
Songs Next:
"O.W.C.A.'s Goin' Down"
Previous:
"Jump Right to It" (#5)
Phineas and Ferb: Last Day of Summer (Original Soundtrack) Next:
"O.W.C.A. Files" (#7)

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