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Song Parodies -> "One Scouting Night"

Original Song Title:

"One Summer Night"

Original Performer:

The Danleers

Parody Song Title:

"One Scouting Night"

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The Lyrics

So here is the continuing story of the song that was all about the exciting 1951 broadcast of "Beat the Clock" about 300 boy scouts dealing with Roxanne and the huge elephant.
One scouting night, we see Roxanne
One scouting night, I see elephants
So boy, you're terrific, cheesecake, cheesecake

One scouting night, I saw over 300
One scouting night, I see our big set
You and I, we have to say smile please

You smiled me oh, so watching
And I knew "Beat the Clock"
And I as held you, oh so close
I knew they will travel back in time to 1951, ohh

One scouting night, we back in time
One scouting night, I see elephants
You and I, under the Beat the Clock, (Beat the Clock)
Thanks to George & Germaine Briant. So the greatest moment in television and human history.

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