Army cadence

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Creeds and Cadences

C-130 Rollin' Down the Strip

C-130 rollin' down the strip
64 Rangers on a one-way trip
Mission Top Secret, destination unknown
They don't even know if they're ever coming home
When my plane gets up so high
Paratroopers take to the skies

Stand up, hook up, shuffle to the door
My knees got weak and I hit the floor
Jumpmaster picked me up with ease
Tossed my knees into the breeze

Count one-thousand, two-thousand, three-thousand, four
My main opened with a mighty roar
But if my main don't open wide
I got a reserve by my side
But if that one should fail me too
Look out below I'm a-comin' through

If I die on the old drop zone
Box me up and ship me home
Pin my wings upon my chest
And then bury me in the leaning rest

Well if I die on a Chinese hill
Take my watch or the commies will
But if I die in the Korean mud
Bury me with a case of Bud

- back to top -

Saw an Old Lady

Saw an old lady running down the street
Had a cute on her back, jump boots on her feet
Said, "Hey old lady where you goin' to?"
She said "US Army Airborne School"
"Whatcha gonno do when you get there?"
"Jump from a plane, float through the air"
I said "Hey old lady ain't you been told?
Airborne School's for the young and the bold"
She said "Hey young punk who you talkin' to?
I'm an instructor at the Airborne School"

Saw an old lady marching down the road
Had a knife in her hand and a 90lb load
Said, "Hey old lady where you goin' to?"
She said "US Army Ranger School"
"Whatcha gonna do when you get there?"
"Jump and swim and kill without care"
I said "Hey old lady ain't you been told?
Ranger School's for the young and the bold"
She said "Hey young punk who you talkin' to?
I'm an instructor at the Ranger School"

Saw on old lady running down the track
Had fins on her feet and a tank on her back
Said, "Hey old lady where you goin' to?"
She said "US Army scuba School"
"Whatcha gonno do when you get there?"
"Swim under water and never breathe air"
I said, "Hey old lady ain't you been told?
Scuba School's for the young and the bold"
She said "Hey young punk who you talkin' to?
I'm an instructor at the Scuba School"

- back to top -

Up in the Morning

Up in the morning 'fore dawn
I don't like it, no way
Eat my breakfast too damn soon
Hungry as a hound dog by noon

Went to the mess hall on my knees

"Mess Sergeant, Mess Sergeant feed me please!"
Mess Sergeant said witha big ol'grin
"If you wanna be Airborne you gotta be thin"

Up in the morning at the break of day
Working so hard we never play
Running through the jungle where the sun don't shine
All I do is double time

- back to top -

Airborne Ranger

Airborne Ranger raving mad
He's got a tab I wish I had
Black and gold and half moon shape
Airborne Ranger, he's gone ape

Jumpin' through windows, kickin' down walls
Airborne Ranger's havin' a ball
So if there's trouble in the world today
Call on the men in the Black Berets

- back to top -

"A" is for Airborne

A is for Airborne
I is for in the sky
R is for rough and tough
B is for born to fly
O is for on the go
R is ranger
N is for never quit
E is for every day

'Cause I'm Airborne
All the way
Super-duper Paratrooper

- back to top -

When I Get to Heaven

When I get to heaven
Saint Peter's gonna say
"How'd you earn your livin' boy?
How'd you earn your pay?"
I'll reply with a whole lot of anger,
"I made my living as an Airborne Ranger!
Blood, guts, sex and danger
That's the life of an Airborne Ranger!"

When I get to hell
Satan's gonna say
"How'd you earn your livin' boy?
How'd you earn your pay?"
I'll reply with a boot to his face
"I made my living sending souls to this place!"

- back to top -

No Sweat

One mile - No Sweat
Two mile - Better yet
Three miles - Gotta run
Four miles - Just for fun
Come on - Let's go
We can go - Through the snow
We can run - To the sun
We train - In the rain
A-I
R-B
O-R
N-E
Can you be - Like me?
Airborne - Infantry

- back to top -

Sittin' on a Mountaintop

Sittin' on a mountaintop beatin' my drum
Beat it so hard that the MPs come
I said MP, MP don't arrest me
Arrest that leg behind that tree
He stole the whiskey, I stole the wine
But all I ever do is double-time

- back to top -

Sours: https://www.radford.edu/content/chbs/home/rotc/cadets/creeds-cadences.html

Military cadence

Work song sung by armed forces during training

In the armed services, a military cadence or cadence call is a traditional call-and-response work song sung by military personnel while running or marching. In the United States, these cadences are sometimes called jody calls or jodies, after Jody, a recurring character who figures in some traditional cadences; Jody refers to the man with whom a serviceman's wife/girlfriend cheats while he is deployed.

Requiring no instruments to play, they are counterparts in oral military folklore of the military march. As a sort of work song, military cadences take their rhythms from the work being done (compare sea shanty). Many cadences have a call and response structure of which one soldier initiates a line, and the remaining soldiers complete it, thus instilling teamwork and camaraderie for completion. The cadence calls move to the beat and rhythm of the normal speed (quick time) march or running-in-formation (double time) march. This serves the purpose of keeping soldiers "dressed", moving in step as a unit and in formation, while maintaining the correct beat or cadence.

On top of the psychological effects that cadences produce, they also produce significant physiological effects. Singing a cadence while running or marching helps soldiers keep their heads up, take deeper breathes and exhale more forcefully. This increases oxygen to the lungs and gives the body more energy. This in turn makes the unit healthier and better prepared. [1]

The word "cadence" was applied to these work songs because of an earlier meaning, in which it meant the number of steps a marcher or runner took per minute. The cadence was set by a drummer or sergeant and discipline was extremely important, as keeping the cadence directly affected the travel speed of infantry. There were other purposes: the close-order drill was a particular cadence count for the complex sequence of loading and firing a musket. In the Revolutionary War, Baron von Steuben notably imported European battlefield techniques which persist, greatly modified, to this day.

"The Duckworth Chant" (or "Sound Off!")[edit]

A V-DiscAbout this sound (help·info) issued in 1944 credits the origin of "Sound Off" ("The Duckworth Chant") to Private Willie Lee Duckworth of Sandersville, Georgia, an African American soldier serving in the United States Army.

... as a company ... was returning from a long tedious march through swamps and rough country, a chant broke the stillness of the night. Upon investigation, it was found that a Negro soldier by the name of Willie Duckworth, on detached service with the Provisional Training Center, was chanting to build up the spirits of his comrades.

It was not long before the infectious rhythm was spreading throughout the ranks. Footweary soldiers started to pick up their step in cadence with the growing chorus of hearty male voices. Instead of a down trodden, fatigued company, here marched 200 soldiers with heads up, a spring to their step, and happy smiles on their faces. This transformation occurred with the beginning of the Duckworth Chant.

Upon returning to Fort Slocum, Pvt. Duckworth, with the aid of Provisional Training Center instructors, composed a series of verses and choruses to be used with the marching cadence. Since that eventful evening the Duckworth Chant has been made a part of the drill at Fort Slocum as it proved to be not only a tremendous morale factor while marching, but also coordinated the movements of close order drill with troop precision.[2]

This original cadence was recorded as "Sound Off":

Sound-off; 1 - 2; Sound-off; 3 - 4; Cadence count; 1 - 2 - 3 - 4; 1 - 2 — 3 - 4.

This cadence, known as the "Duckworth Chant," still exists with variations in the different branches of the U.S. military. Duckworth's simple chant was elaborated on by Army drill sergeants and their trainees, and the practice of creating elaborate marching chants spread to the Air Force, Marine Corps, and Navy.

A musical version of the chant was recorded by Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra (Voc.: Vaughn Monroe & Chorus in New York City) on March 7, 1951. It was released by RCA Victor Records as catalog number 20-4113A (in USA)[3] and by EMI on the His Master's Voice label as catalog number B 10086.

A variant of that cadence was used in the 1949 movie Battleground and in the 1981 movie Taps, filmed at Valley Forge Military Academy and College in Wayne, Pennsylvania. It appears in two versions in the film, both ending in the same cadence.

Collected cadences[edit]

Some common cadences include:

As soon as 1952, the U.S. Army adopted The Army Goes Rolling Along as its service theme song, with the lyric "count off the cadence loud and strong" a reference to Duckworth's cadence. Its melody and lyrics derive from the traditional When the Caissons Go Rolling Along.

The United States Marine Corps and US Naval Academy use a modified version of the Old King Cole lyrics, referencing Chesty Puller: "Chesty Puller was a good Marine and a good Marine was he".[7]

"Jody calls"[edit]

In the United States, what are now known as cadences were called jody calls or jody (also jodie) from a recurring character, a civilian named "Jody", whose luxurious lifestyle is contrasted with military deprivations in a number of traditional calls. The mythical Jody refers to a civilian who remains at home instead of joining the military service.[citation needed] Jody is often presumed to be medically unfit for service, a 4F in WWII parlance. Jody also lacks the desirable attributes of military men. He is neither brave nor squared-away. Jody calls often make points with ironic humor. Jody will take advantage of a service member's girlfriend in the service member's absence. Jody stays at home, drives the soldier's car, and gets the soldier's sweetheart (often called "Susie") while the soldier is in boot camp or in country.[citation needed]

An R-&-B example of the folkloric Jody character is the 1970 hit single from Johnny Taylor, "Jody's Got Your Girl and Gone".[8] Another is the poem "Black Soldier" by the Last Poets on their 1972 album Chastisement.[9]

The name derives from a stock character in African-American oral traditions, "Joe the Grinder."[10] The character's name has been transcribed as "Joady," "Jody," "Jodie," "Joe D.", or even "Joe the ____" (in dialect, "Joe de ____") with Joe then identified by occupation. He was a stock villain who maliciously took advantage of another man's absence. Enlisted African-American soldiers incorporated this character into cadence songs during the Second World War.[11]

Lineberry emphasizes conflicting uses of the calls: they are useful to command, in that they serve as instruments to psychologically detach the soldier from home-life, and to inculcate a useful degree of aggression. They are useful to the soldier, who can vent dissatisfaction without taking individual responsibility for the expression.[10] While jodies, strictly speaking, are folklore (they are not taught institutionally, and do not appear, for example, in FM 3-21.5, Drill and Ceremonies Field Manual), some are tolerated and even encouraged by leadership, while others are subversive.[10]

Common themes in jodies include:

  • Homesickness.
  • Everyday complaints about military life.
  • Boasts (of one's own unit) and insults (of one's competitor, which may be another unit, another service branch, or the enemy.)
  • Humorous and topical references.

Lineberry offers an alternative, psychologically and functionally oriented taxonomy. There are negative themes (disrespect expressed for deities, women, homosexuals, the enemy and economically deprived comrades; graphic expression of violence perpetrated on women and the enemy, glorification of substance abuse) but also positive (unit pride, encouragement of comrades) and perhaps in-between, expressions of contempt for death and indifference to mortality.[10]

One example used in the U.S. Army:[citation needed]

My honey heard me comin' on my left right on left
I saw Jody runnin' on his left right on left
I chased after Jody and I ran him down
Poor ol' boy doesn't feel good now
M.P.s came a runnin' on their left right on left
The medics came a runnin' on their left right on left
He felt a little better with a few I.V.s
Son I told you not to mess with them ELEVEN Bs (the designation for infantry in the Army)

Some from the U.S. Marine Corps:

Jody, Jody six feet four
Jody never had his ass kicked before.
I'm gonna take a three-day pass
And really slap a beating on Jody's ass!
Ain't no use in going back
Jody's got your Cadillac
Ain't no use in going home
Jody's got your girl and gone
Ain't no use in feeling blue
Jody's got your sister too!

In the first and last scenes of the 1949 movie Battleground, the cadence sung is as follows, with the call initiated by the platoon sergeant (played by James Whitmore) and the response from the rest of the platoon:

You had a good home but you left / You're right
You had a good home but you left / You're right
Jody was there when you left / You're right
Your baby was there when you left / You're right
Sound off! / 1,2
Sound off! / 3,4
Cadence count! / 1,2,3,4,1,2 ... 3,4!


They signed you up for the length of the war /

I've never had it so good before
The best you'll get in a biv-ou-ac /
Is a whiff of cologne from a passing WAC
Sound off! / 1,2
Sound off! / 3,4
Cadence count! / 1,2,3,4,1,2 ... 3,4!


There ain't no use in going back /

Jody's livin' it up in the shack
Jody's got somethin' you ain't got /
It's been so long I almost forgot
Sound off! / 1,2
Sound off! / 3,4
Cadence count! / 1,2,3,4,1,2 ... 3,4!

Your baby was lonely, as lonely could be /

Til Jody provided the company

Ain't it great to have a pal /

Who works so hard just to keep up morale

Sound off! / 1,2
Sound off! / 3,4
Cadence count! / 1,2,3,4,1,2 ... 3,4!


You ain't got nothin' to worry about /

He'll keep her happy until I get out
An' you won't get home til the end of the war /
In nineteen hundred and seventy four
Sound off! / 1,2
Sound off! / 3,4
Cadence count! / 1,2,3,4,1,2 ... 3,4!

Reverent[edit]

Reverent calls are an effort by personnel in armed forces to rebuild the tradition of oratory recounting of military history in the convention of cadences. The effect this instills is a greater reverence in the squad performing and for the force whose story is retold in honorable PT (Physical Training). Each branch of an armed force has its stories, and an example of the base used is the 75th Ranger Regiment (Infantry's "Airborne Ranger") in which references to WWII for example are included to complement the story.[citation needed]

Airborne
Rangers lead the way
Lead in
Airborne
Rangers lead the way
Deep in the battlefield covered in blood
Lies an Airborne Ranger dying in the mud
Airborne
Rangers lead the way
With those silver wings upon his chest
Tell America that he's one of their best
Airborne
Rangers lead the way
Lead out
Airborne
Rangers lead the way

Comedic[edit]

Comedic calls are often born of reverent calls but sung for comedic value using clean calls, pop-culture references, and jokes to make PT more fun and entertaining. A popular example from the film Stripes was "Why did the chicken cross the road?" "To get from the left to the right." "Stepped out of rank, got hit by a tank." "He ain't a chicken no more." Prior to women being commonplace in Army ranks, sexist comedic cadences were more prevalent.

Example:

See that lady wearing brown? She makes her livin' goin' down ... She's a deep-sea diver ... a deep sea diver
See that lady wearing black? She makes her livin' on her back ... she's a back-stroke swimmer ... a back stroke swimmer
See that lady from the south? She makes her living with her mouth ... she's a rock n' roll singer ... a rock n' roll singer

And so on.

Birdy, Birdy in the sky Dropped a whitewash in my eyes I'm no wimp, I don't cry I'm just glad that cows don't fly


Superman was the man of steel,

but he aint no match for a Navy Seal.

Chief and Supe got in a fight;

Chief hit Supe with kryptonite.

Supe fell to his knees in pain.

Now Chief's dating Lois Lane

Well Chief and Batman had one too,

Chief hit him in the head with his shoe.

Hit him in the temple with his left heel,

Now Chief's driving the Batmobile.

Controversial[edit]

Obscene, scatological, or controversial jody calls exist, and were typical, especially during and before the Vietnam War. The use of such calls is now discouraged by the US military, which instead emphasizes "clean" versions of traditional jodies. The flexibility of jodies is nearly unlimited, and old jodies have always been revived or rewritten as times and wars change.

Your left
Your left
Your left right left
My back aches
My belts too tight
I don't know but I've been told
Eskimo Pussy is mighty cold
Sound off 1, 2
Sound off 3, 4

Airborne Ranger:

Two old ladies lying in bed
One rolled over to the other and said,
"I wanna be an Airborne Ranger
Live a life of danger
Blood, guts, and danger
That's the life of an Airborne Ranger!"
I wanna be an airborne ranger
I wanna live the life of danger
Airborne Ranger
Life of Danger
I wanna be a scuba diver
Swimmin' those oceans wider and wider
Scuba Diver, wider and wider
Airborne Ranger, life of danger
Paramedic, shoot that funky anesthetic
Paramedic, anesthetic
Mountain climber, climb those mountains higher and higher
Mountain climber, higher and higher
Navy Pilot, if it's got wings then I can fly it
Navy pilot, I can fly it
I wanna be an airborne ranger,
Live the life of guts and danger.
Airborne ranger,
Life of danger.
I wanna be a scuba diver,
Swim around in the muddy water.
Scuba diver, muddy water.
Airborne ranger, life of danger.
I wanna be an S.F. medic,
Shoot some funky anesthetic.
S.F.medic, anesthetic.
Scuba diver, muddy water.
Airborne ranger, guts and danger.
And when I retire.
I'm gonna be a Texas ranger,
Drive around in skin-tight wranglers!
Texas ranger, skin-tight wranglers.
I'm gonna be a UPS man,
Drive around in a ugly brown van.
UPS man, ugly brown van
Texas ranger, skin-tight wranglers.
I'm gonna be a forest ranger.
Chipmunks are my greatest danger.
Forest ranger, chipmunk danger.
UPS man, ugly brown van.
Forest ranger, chipmunk danger.

My Drill Instructor

The Army calls 'em drill sergeants,
The Navy calls 'em RDC's,
The Air Force calls 'em their TI's;
But mine is strictly a DI:
"Drill Instructor," then his rank
Unless you want to play games,
Never "sir" or something more
Or my face is on the floor.
If I called him "Drill Sergeant,"
He'd take me out to the pit.
If I called him a TI,
He'd make me feel like I would die.
If I called him RDC,
He'd make an example out of me.
So make sure you get it right,
Or you'll end up in his sights.

An example of one such call is the first stanza of Yellow Bird:

A yellow bird with a yellow bill
Was sittin' on my window sill
I lured him in with a piece of bread
And then I smashed his little head[12]
(REPEAT)

In the last line, the word 'little' is frequently used to replace profanity. This is an example of the minor tweaks that frequently occur in cadences depending on the particular military unit or installation they are used at. A particular cadence, when used by an infantry or other combat arms unit may include explicit profanity, while the same cadence, when used by a training or medical unit, or especially if officers are present, may be censored to a degree, as above.

The second verse to the preceding cadence:

The moral of
The story is,
To get some head
You need some bread

{REPEAT}

One from the U.S. Navy:[13]

I wanna be a Navy pilot
I wanna fly an F-14
I wanna fly with the cockpit open
I wanna hear those commies scream

An excerpt from the popular "When I Go to Heaven", also known as "How'd Ya Earn Your Living" or "When I Get to Heaven"

When I go to bars
The girls they will say
How did you earn your living
How did you earn your pay
And my reply was with a cold kind of nod
I earn my living killing commies for my God
When I go home
The hippies they will say
How did you earn your living
How did you earn your pay
And I replied as I pulled out my knife
Get out of my way before I take yo' life

Another, more modern example of a controversial cadence popular through the US Navy:

I don't know, but it's been said
Air Force wings are made of lead
I don't know, but I've been told
Navy wings are made of gold
He-ey Ar-rmy
Ba-ack packing Ar-my
Put on your packs and follow me
I'm in the U.S. Navy
He-ey Air Force
Lo-ow flying Air Force
Get in your planes and follow me
I'm in the U.S. Navy
He-ey Coast Guard
Pud-dle pirate Coast Guard
Get in your boats and follow me
I'm in the U.S. Navy
He-ey Marines
bullet-sponge marine corps
Pick up your rifles and follow me
I'm in the U.S. Navy

The Marine cadence "I Went to the Market" is another vulgar cadence.

I went to the market
Where all the families shop
I pulled out my Ka-bar
And started to chop
To the left right left right left right kill
Left right left right you know I will
I went to the church
Where all the families pray
I pulled out my machine gun
And started to spray
To the left right left right left right kill
Left right left right you know I will

Another closely related is as followed.

I went to the mall
Where all the ladies shop
I pulled out my Ka-bar
And started to chop
To the left right left right left right kill
Left right left right you know I will
I went to the mosque
Where the Motherfuckers pray
I kicked in the door
And threw in a grenade
I went to the park
Where the kiddies like to play
I pulled out my SAW
And started to spray
To the left right left right left right kill
Left right left right you know I will

The popular Cold War era jodie "On the Mountain" is also fairly controversial, especially in noncombatant outfits and among cadet groups.

One by one, we loaded our guns on the mountain all day and on through the night.
Two by two, the Commies came through on the mountain all day and on through the night.
Three by three, we shot off their knees on the mountain all day and on through the night.
Four by four, we shot 'em some more on the mountain all day and on through the night.
Five by five, we burned them alive on the mountain all day and on through the night!
Six by six, we beat them with sticks on the mountain all day and on through the night.
Seven by seven, we sent them to Heaven on the mountain all day and on through the night.
Eight by eight, the feeling was great on the mountain all day and on through the night.
Nine by nine, the killing was fine on the mountain all day and on through the night.
Ten by ten, we'll do it again for the mountain all day and on through the night!

The following verses are from "Napalm Sticks to Kids." One of the cadences of Vietnam, its use by the U.S. military created controversy about the theme.

Bomb the village
Kill the people
Throw some napalm in the square
Do it on a Sunday morning
Kill them on their way to prayer
Ring the bell inside the schoolhouse
Watch the kiddies gather round
Lock and load with your 240
Mow them little motherfuckers down[14]

The messages chanted by recruits may depict brutal treatment of civilians and the themes even suggest that troops might kill civilians gathered in public areas.[15]

Non-military cadences[edit]

Police[edit]

Police personnel who train in para-military fashion also have acquired the tradition for its recruits in the police academy. However, the "lyrics" are changed for law enforcement, for example:

A six gun, a tin star, a horse named Blue.
In 1890 a cop held these true.
In 1930 the tommy gun.
It made police work a lot more fun.
A big block Dodge Polara Pursuit.
In sixty six it came out of the chute.
We got night vision on our MP5's.
Theses are the tools to keep us alive.
In 20 years, who knows what it will be.
Phaser guns mounted on my HumVee.
From a horse named Blue to a big HumVee
We'll still PT in the Academy!
(Last line yelled)

Fire academy[edit]

Fire academies in the U.S. often train in a para-military style. The following is a common cadence heard in the Fire Academy (Originally by the Marines)

When my grand mama was 91
She did PT just for fun
When my grand mama was 92
She did PT better than you
When my grand mama was 93
She did PT better than me
Hoo-rah grand mama
Whatcha doin grand mama
She loves to double time
She does it all the time
Left Left Lefty right-o left right
Left Left keep it in step now
When my grand mama was 94
She did PT more and more
When my grand mama was 95
She did PT to stay alive
When my grand mama was 96
She did PT just for kicks
Hoo-rah grand mama
Whatcha doin grand mama
She loves to double time
She does it all the time
Left Left Lefty right-o left right
Left Left keep it in step now
When my grand mama was 97
She up, she died, she went to heaven
When my grand mama was 98
She meet St. Peter at the Pearly Gate
She said "St. Peter, sorry I'm late"
She went side-straddle hoppin' through the Pearly Gate
When my grand mama was 99
She did PT mighty-fine
She had Ol' J.C. Doublin' Time

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^Lentz, Bernard (1955). The Cadence System of Teaching Close Order Drill and Exhibition Drills, p.70. Pennsylvania: Military Service Publishing.
  3. ^RCA Victor Records in the 20-4000 to 20-4999 series
  4. ^Burke. pg. 439.
  5. ^Burke. pg. 425
  6. ^ abRyan, Casey (2003). Cadences of the U.S. Army. San Diego, CA: Documentary Recordings.
  7. ^http://www.grose.us/ARCHIVE/cadence/chesty.html
  8. ^"ohnnie Taylor Jody's Got Your Girl And Gone (1970)".
  9. ^"Black Soldier".
  10. ^ abcdLineberry, Kent (November 2002). "Cadence Calls: Military Folklore in Motion", Missouri Folklore Society.
  11. ^Cavanaugh, Michael, Cavanaugh, Elizabeth. "The Duckworth Chant, Sound Off, and the Jody Call". Michael & Elizabeth Cavanaugh. Retrieved 20 July 2015.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  12. ^"Marching Cadences"Archived 2009-01-01 at the Wayback Machine, UMass Army ROTC.
  13. ^"Military cadence", Amalficoast.eu.
  14. ^Benedict, Helen (2009/2010). The Lonely Soldier: The Private War of Women Serving In Iraq, p.37. Beacon Press. ISBN 0807061476/ISBN 0807061492.
  15. ^Lenz, Ryan (Tuesday, September 4, 2007) by the Associated Press. "Documents Show Troops Disregarding Rules", CommonDreams.org.

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  • United States Army Infantry Center. 1984. Jody calls. Ft. Benning, Ga: The Center.

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Top Army Cadences for Running or Marching

A Yellow Bird

A yellow bird,
with a yellow bill.
He landed on
My window sill.
I coaxed him in.
With a piece of bread,
and then I kissed his
Little head! (Stomp your falling foot in unison)
I called the doctor.
The doctor said.
My dear good man.
This bird is dead.

Columbo

In eighteen hundred and ninety four,
in the streets of old Bigotti.
There lived a young Italian lad,
selling hot tomalies.
He said the world was round-o,
he said it could be found-o.
The hypothetical, navigatin’, son-of-a-gun Columbo.

The queen she gave him three tall ships,
they all were triple deckers.
The queen she waved her handkerchief,
Columbo waved his ….. (hand)
He said the world was round-o,
he said it could be found-o.
That hypothetical, navigatin’, son-of-a-gun Columbo.

His first mate was a cabin boy,
a dirty little nipper.
They lined his bunk with fiberglass,
and did it to the skipper.
He said the world was round-o,
he said it could be found-o.
That hypothetical, navigatin’, son-of-a- (gun) Columbo

My Dog Blue

Had an old dog whose name was Blue
Blue wants to go to Scuba School
Bought him a tank and four little fins
And took him down where he got the bends

Same old dog whose name was Blue
Blue wants to go to Ranger School
Took him to the field, took away his chow
Put a little motivation in his bow-wow

Still got the dog whose name was Blue
Blue wants to go to Airborne School
Got him a chute, strapped it to his back
Now old Blue stands tall, looks strac

That Airborne dog whose name was Blue
Got his orders for Jungle School
Took him on down to Panama
And that’s the last of Blue I ever saw

Had an old dog whose name was Blue
Blue wants to be a strong PJ
Bought him a tank and four little fins
And took him down where he got the bends

Two Old Ladies

Two old ladies were lyin in bed.
One turned over to the other and said.
I wanna be an Airborne Ranger!
Live that life of blood and danger.
Airborne Ranger.
Blood and danger.

Two old ladies were lyin in bed.
One turned over to the other and said.
I wanna be a paramedic.
Pump that funky anesthetic.
Paramedic.
anesthetic.

I wanna be a mountain climber.
Climb those mountains higher and higher.
Mountain climber.
Higher and higher.

I wanna be a scuba diver.
Jump right in that muddy water.
Scuba diver.
Muddy water.

Saw an Old Lady Walking Down the Street

Saw an old lady walkin down the street.
She had a ruck on her back and jump boots on her feet.
I said hey old lady where you goin’ to?
She said US Army Ranger school.
I said hey old lady now ain’t ya been told,
Ranger school’s for the brave and the bold.
She said hey young man, I’ll do just fine.
I maxed my test and I’m ninety-nine!

Beating My Drum

Sittin’ on a mountain top, beating my drum
Beat it so hard that the MP’s come
I said MP, MP, don’t arrest me
Arrest that leg behind the tree
He stole the whiskey, I stole the wine
All I ever do is double-time

They Say that In the Army 

They say that in the Army, the chicken’s mighty fine
One jumped off the table and started marking time

Refrain:
Oh, no I wanna go
But they won’t let me go
(group ends this line with home,
stretched out over 8 paces, and a “Hey” on the right foot
to end the refrain)

They say that in the Army, the pay is mighty fine
They give you a hundred dollars and take back ninety-nine

They say that in the Army, the coffee’s mighty fine
It looks like muddy water, and tastes like turpentine

They say that in the Army, the biscuits are mighty fine
One rolled off the table and killed a friend of mine

They say that in the Army, the meat is mighty fine
Last night we had ten puppies, this morning only nine

They say that in the Army, the shoes are mighty fine
You ask for size eleven, they give you size nine

They say that in the Army, the pancakes are mighty fine
You can try to chew them, but you’re only wasting time

They say that in the Army, the bed’s are mighty fine
But how  would I know, I’ve never slept in mine

They say that in the Army, the mail is so great
Today I got a letter dated 1948

They say that in the Army, the hours are just right
Start early in the morning and work on through the night

They say that in the Army, the buses are mighty fine
One went round the corner, and left three wheels behind

They say that in the Army, the coffee’s mighty fine
It’s good for cuts and bruises and tastes like iodine

They say that in the Army, the chicken’s mighty fine
One jumped off the table and killed a friend of mine

They say that in the army, the toilets are mighty fine
You flush them up at seven, they come back up at nine.

They say that in the army, the tents are waterproof
You wake up in the morning and you’re floating on the roof. 

We are Marching By 

Let ’em blow let ’em blow
Let the four winds blow
Let ’em blow from east to west
The US Army is the best

Standing tall and looking good
Ought to march in Hollywood

Hold your head and hold it high
___ Platoon is marching by

Close your eyes and hang your head
We are marching by the dead

Look to your right and whadta see?
A whole bunch of legs looking at me

Dress it right and cover down
Forty inches all around

Nine to the front, six to the rear
That’s the way we do it here 


Bravo on the GO Marching down in the valley I heard a loud roar
It was a bravo trooper treating alpha like a toy
So put your feet on the peddle step down on the gas
Move over awful alpha let the mighty bravo pass

BRAVO COMPANY IS ON THE GO

Way down in the valley I heard a loud roar
It was a smooth bravo trooper treating Charlie like a toy
So put your feet on the peddle step down on the gas
Move over chicken Charlie let the mighty bravo pass

BRAVO COMPANY IS ON THE GO

Way down in the valley I heard a loud roar
It was a cool bravo trooper treating delta like a toy
So put your feet on the peddle step down on the gas
Move over dizzy delta let the mighty bravo pass

BRAVOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Motivation Check Key
(NSI=instructor)
(Pla.=platoon)
NSI-MOTIVATION CHECK
PLA-HOORAH
MSI-MOTIVATION CHECK
PLA-HOORAH
NSI-MOTA-MOTA GOT ALOTA MOTIVATION
PLA-MOTA-MOTA GOT ALOTA MOTIVATION
NSI-DEDA-DEDA GOT ALOTA DEDICATION
PLA-DEDA-DEDA GOT ALOTA DEDICATION
NSI-DETER-DETER GOT ALOTA DETERMINATION
PLA-DETER-DETER GOT ALOTA DETERMINATION
NSI-MOOOTAAAVAAATIIOOONN
PLA-MOOOTAAAVAAATIIOOONN
NSI-DEEEADACAAATIOOOON
PLA-DEEEADACAAATIOOOON
NSI-DEETEERRRMINAAATION
PLA-DEETEERRRMINAAATION
NSI-MOTIVATION!
DEDICATION!
DETERMINATION!
NSI-HOORAH
PLA-HOORAH
NSI-HOORAH
PLA-HOORAH
NSI-AH-HA
PLA-AH-HA
NSI-AH-HA
PLA-AH-HA   You get a line….You get a line and I’ll get a pole          
Honey, honey                                     
You get a line and I’ll get a pole         
Baby, baby                                       
You get a line and I’ll get a pole         
We’ll go down to the fishin’ hole         

Refrain Honey, oh baby, be mine          ALL
Go to your left, your right, your left      ALL
Go to your left, your right, your left, hey! ALL

I had a girl who lived on a creek
Honey, honey
I had a girl who lived on a creek
Baby, baby
I had a girl who lived on a creek
She was cute and she was sweet

I had a girl, looked good in blue
Honey, honey
I had a girl, looked good in blue
Baby, baby
I had a girl, looked good in blue
She could make a fool out of you

Party Hardy 

We are First  platoon

and we like to party

party hardy

party hardy all night long

Your left, your left, your left, right, get on down

Your left, your left, your left, right, get on down

Now drop, and beat your face

First  platoon’s gonna rock this place

Boom, check it out, check it out

Boom, check it out, check it out

No Sweat

One mile – No Sweat
Two mile – Better yet
Three miles – Gotta run
Four miles – Just for fun
Come on – Let’s go
We can go – Through the snow
We can run – To the sun
We train – In the rain
A-I
R-B
O-R
N-E
Can you be – Like me?
Airborne – Infantry  

Jesse James

Jesse James said before he died
There’s five things that he wanted to ride
Bicycle, tricycle, automobile
An M-1 tank and a ferris wheel

Jesse James said in his final will
He had five things that he wanted to kill
A lion, a tiger, a kangaroo
A long haired hippie, and instructor too
And if he could kill just one
He’d kill the instructor, let the hippie run 

All the Way

Hey! Hey! All the way,
We love to run every day.
If I were President and had my way,
There wouldn’t be a fat man in the Army today.
Everyone would be fit to fight,
Whether you test them day or night.

When I jump onto the old drop zone,
Most of the enemy had already gone.
Those that remained weren’t fit to fight,
So enemy contact was really light.
We ran the stragglers off the old drop zone,
Everything is quiet and they’re all gone 

Boo

I had a dog who’s name was Boo
Boo wanted to go to Infantry school
So early one day I took away his chow
And I motivated his bow-wow
I made him walk for 15 days
And put old Boo into a zombie haze
Now my Boo’s a trooper, too
Mess with him and he’ll bite you

R a n g e r

R is for rough and tough
A is for all the way
N is for never quit
G is for gung-ho
E is for excellence
R is for Ranger 

A i r b o r n e

A is for Airborne
I is for in the sky
R is for Ranger
B is for bonafide
O is for on the go
R is for Rock-n-Roll
N is for never quit
E is for everyday
‘Cause I’m Airborne
All the way Super-duper Paratrooper 

Chuck Norris

 (Sung to the tune of Airbooorrrrrnneee Rangerrrrrrrrrr)

I see the bearded ninja
Alone upon the hi-ill
His name is Chuck Norris
And kill I know he wi-ill

CHORUS:
Chuck No – orr – rr – iss
(Chuck, chuck, chuck he’s the man!)
Round hou-ou-ou-ou-se kick!

Now, Chuck’s not a surgeon
But he knows some tri-icks
The quickest way to a man’s heart
Is with Chuck Norris’ fi-ists

CHORUS

If you get out of li-ine
Chuck will put you in your pla-ace
The power of a roundhouse kick
Can be seen from outer spa-ace

CHORUS

If you can see Chuck Norris
Then he can see you-ou
If you can not see-ee him
He’s prob’ly right behind you

CHORUS

Don’t break the law in Texas
You’ll put yourself in danger
Chuck Norris’ twin brother
Is Walker Texas Ranger

CHORUS

He doesn’t have a chin
But should still be fear-ed
Legend tells of a third fist
Behind his magnificent be-eard 


CHORUS  

Up in the Morning

Up in the morning right be ‘fore dawn
Roll out of bed and put my jump boots on
Eat my breakfast too damn soon
Hungry as a hound dog by noon

Went to the mess hall on my knees

“Mess Sergeant, Mess Sergeant feed me please!”
Mess Sergeant said witha big ol’grin
“If you wanna be Airborne you gotta be thin”

Up in the morning at the break of day
Working so hard we never play
Running through the jungle where the sun don’t shine
All I do is double time 

The Surprise Jump

Late last night, it was drizzling rain,
Lying in bed I was feeling no pain.
I heard a ringing in my head,
It was the telephone, so I jumped from my bed.
I tripped, stumbled, and said hello,
My first sergeant said it was time to go.
I got to the company, hungry as could be,
The platoon sergeant gave me an “MRE”.
Chute on my back, destination unknown,
C-130 it began to groan.
Jumpmaster said now don’t you know,
Stand up trooper, it’s time to go.
Stand up, hook up, shuffle to the door,
Jump right out and count to four.
As I floated to the ground,
I began to look around.
Lights were shining up at me,
Where, oh, where could I be?
Jumpmaster, he had missed his spot,
This LZ was mighty hot.
Shake, fries and a “Big Mac” to go,
We landed at McDonalds, don’t cha know

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Basic Training Marching Cadence: I Left My Home

Marching Cadences

MARCHING CADENCES


RUNNING CADENCES


MARCHING CADENCES


BALLAD OF THE GREEN BERETS [TOP]

Fighting soldiers from the sky
Fearless men who jump and die
Men who mean just what they say
The brave men of the Green Berets

Silver wings upon their chests
These are men, America's best
One hundred men will test today
But only three win the Green Beret

Trained to live off nature's land
Trained to combat hand-to-hand
Men who fight by night and day
Courage taken from the Green Beret

Silver wings upon their chests
These are men, America's best
One hundred men will test today
But only three win the Green Beret

Back at home a young wife waits
Her Green Beret has met his fate
He has died for those oppressed
Leaving her this last request

Put Silver Wings on my son's chest
Make him one of America's best
He'll be a man they'll test one day
Have him win the Green Beret


EIGHTY SECOND [TOP]

Eight-second
Patch on my shoulder
Pick up your chutes and jump with me
I am the Infantry

One-oh-one
Patch on my shoulder
Pick up your weapons and follow me
I am the Infantry

First Division
Big Red One
Pick up your weapons and follow me
I am the Infantry
Airborne Ranger
Tabs on my shoulder
Pick up your weapons and follow me
I am the Infantry

Track Commander
Mechanized Soldier
Jump in your Bradley and follow me
I am the Infantry

Special Forces
Green Berets
Pick up your weapons and follow me
I am the Infantry

Chairborne Rangers
Sittin' at a desk
Pick up your pens and write with me
I'm not the Infantry!

 

FOUR WINDS [TOP]

Let 'em blow, let 'em blow
Let the four winds blow
From the East to the West
Alpha company is the best

Dress it right and cover down
Forty inches all around
From the east to the west
Alpha company is the best

Let 'em fly, let 'em fly
Let the Airforce fly
From the East to the West
U.S. Airforce is the best

Let 'em sail, let 'em sail
Let the Navy sail
From the East to the West
U.S. Navy is the best

Let 'em jump, let 'em jump
Let the Airborne jump
From the East to the West
U.S. Army is the best

HERE WE GO AGAIN [TOP]

Here we go again
Same old stuff again
Marching down the avenue
Six more weeks and we'll be through
I'll be glad and so will you

HI HO DIDDLY BOP or ( CAPTAIN JACK ) [TOP]

Hi Ho Diddly Bop ( Hey, hey, Captain Jack )
I wish I was back on the block ( Meet me down by the railroad track )
With my sixteen in my hand ( ... )
I wanna be a fighting man ( ... )

Hi Ho Diddly Bop
I wish I was back on the block
With my woman in my arms
I wanna show her all my charms
Hi Ho Diddly Bop
I wish I was back on the block
With my bottle in my hand
I wanna be a drinking man

WHAT THE ARMY'S DONE TO ME [TOP]

Chorus:
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa
Whoa, whoa, I gotta go
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa
Whoa, whoa, I gotta go

Momma, momma, can't you see
what the Army's done to me
Momma,momma, can't you see
what the Army's done to me

Chorus

They took away my faded jeans
Now I'm wearing Army greens

Used to drive a Cadillac
Now I hump it on my back

Used to date a beauty queen
Now I hug my M-16

Used to drive a Chevrolet
Now I'm walking all the way

They sat me in a barber's chair
Spun me around I had no hair

IN THE EARLY MORNING RAIN [TOP]

Got a letter in the mail
Go to war or go to jail
Got a letter in the mail
In the early morning rain

I packed my bags, I kissed my wife
And headed for the Army life
I packed my bags, I kissed my wife
In the early morning rain

I told my son not to cry
But I had tears in my eyes
I told my son not to cry
In the early morning rain

With my weapon in my hand
And a pocket full of sand
With my weapon in my hand
In the early morning rain

Got the enemy to my front
And the ocean to my rear
Wounded dying's all I hear
In the early morning rain

As I'm laying here to rest
Caught a bullet in the chest
Even though I've done my best
In the early morning rain

Tell my darling not to cry
Cause I'll never say good-bye
Tell my darling not to cry
In the early morning rain

Many a soldier will die today
Guess there's nothing left to say
So our children, they can play
In the early morning rain

Yes, now Sergeant I can see
Why this training's good for me
Forever more we will be free
In the early morning rain

 

I DON'T KNOW [TOP]

I don't know why I left
But I know I done wrong
And it won't be long
'Til I get on back home

Got a letter in the mail
Go to or go to jail
And it won't be long
'Til I get on back home

They put me in a barber chair
Wheeled me 'round, I had no hair
And it won't be long
'Til I get on back home

YELLOW BIRD [TOP]

A yellow bird
with a yellow bill
Was sitting on
my window sill
I lured him in
with a piece of bread
And then I smashed
his little head

The doctor came
to check his head
"Indeed" he said
"this bird is dead"

A little mouse
with little feet
Was perched upon
my toilet seat
I pushed him in
I flushed him down
I watched him spin
'round and 'round

 

YELLOW RIBBON [TOP]

Around her hair she wore a yellow ribbon
She wore it in the spring time, in the early month of May
And if you asked her why the heck she wore it
She'd say she wore it for her soldier who was far, far away

Far away
Far away
She wore it for her soldier who was far, far away

. . .Around the block she pushed a baby carriage

. . .Around his grave she laid the pretty flowers

. . .Around the town she flew the B-1 bomber
She'd get your grid co-ordinates and blow your house away.

THEY SAY THAT IN THE ARMY [TOP]

They say that in the Army the coffee's mighty fine
It looks like muddy water and tastes like turpentine

Chorus:
Oh Lord, I wanna go
But they won't let me go
Oh Lord, I wanna go hoo-hoo-hoooome EH!

They say that in the Army. . .

. . .the chow is mighty fine
a chicken jumped off the table and started marking time

. . .the biscuits are mighty fine
one rolled off the table
and killed a friend of mine

. . .the training's might fine
last night there were ten of us,
now there's only nine

. . The pay is mighty fine
they give you a hundred dollars
and take back ninety-nine

 

RUNNING CADENCES


OLD LADY [TOP]

Saw an old lady walking down the street
She had a pack on her back and boots on her feet
I said "Hey lady where you going to?"
She said "U.S. Army Ranger School"
I said "Hey lady, haven't you been told?
Ranger School's for the young and the bold!"
She said "Hey sonny don't be a fool
I'm and instructor at the Ranger School"

Saw the same lady walking down the street
She had a chute on her back, jump boots on her feet
I said "Hey lady where you going to?"
She said "US Army Airborne School"
I said "Hey lady, you're too darn old
You oughta leave the jumpin' to the young and the bold"
She said "Hey sonny can't you see?
I've got master jump wings on my CIB"

Same old lady walking down the street
She had a tank on her back and fins on her feet
I said "Hey lady, where you going to?"
She said "US Army Scuba School"
I said "Hey lady, haven't you been told?
You better leave Scuba School to the young and the bold"
She said "Hey sonny can't you see?
I taught recon, UDT"

GRANNY [TOP]

When my granny was ninety-one
She did PT just for fun

two - she could PT better than you
three - she got up before dawn to do PT
four - she ran 3 miles, then she ran 3 more
five - she could beat any Ranger alive
six - she did PT just for kicks
seven - she up and died and she went to heaven

She met St. Peter at the pearly gates
She said "St. Peter, I hope I'm not late"
St. Peter said with a big, wide grin
"Get down Granny, and knock out ten"

C-130 [TOP]

C-130 rolling down the strip
Airborne daddy on a one way trip
Mission uncertain, destination unknown
We don't know if we're ever coming home
Stand up, hook up, shuffle to the door
Jump right out and count to four
If my main don't open wide
I got another one by my side
If that one should fail me too
Look out ground I'm coming through
Slip to the right and slip to the left
Slip on down, do a PLF
Hit the drop zone with my feet apart
Legs in my stomach and feet in my heart
If I die on the old drop zone
Box me up and ship me home
Pin my wings upon my chest
Bury me in the leaning rest
If I die in the Spanish Moors
Bury me deep with a case of Coors
If I die in Korean mud
Bury me deep with a case of Bud
If I die in a firefight
Bury me deep with a case of Lite
If I die in a German blitz
Bury me deep with a case of Schlitz
If I die, don't bring me back
Just bury me with a case of Jack

WHEN I GET TO HEAVEN [TOP]

When I get to heaven
St. Peter's gonna say
"How'd you make your living"
"How'd you earn your pay"
And I'll reply with a little bit of anger
I earned my living as an Airborne Ranger
Lived a life of guts and danger
Nothin's too tough for an Airborne Ranger

CHOW [TOP]

Up in the morning, before day
I don't like it, no way
Eat my breakfast too darn soon
Hungry as a bear by noon
Went to the mess sergeant on my knees
Said "mess SGT., mess SGT. feed me please"
Mess SGT. said with a big wide grin
"If you wanna be Airborne, you gotta be thin"

JESSE JAMES [TOP]

Jesse James said before he died
There's five things that he wanted to ride
Bicycle, tricycle, automobile
An M-1 tank and a ferris wheel

Jesse James said in his final will
He had five things that he wanted to kill
A lion, a tiger, a kangaroo
A long haired hippie, and instructor too
And if he could kill just one
He'd kill the instructor, let the hippie run

BLUE [TOP]

Had an old dog whose name was Blue
Blue wants to go to Scuba School
Bought him a tank and four little fins
And took him down where he got the bends

Same old dog whose name was Blue
Blue wants to go to Ranger School
Took him to the field, took away his chow
Put a little motivation in his bow-wow

Still got the dog whos name was Blue
Blue wants to go to Airborne School
Got him a chute, strapped it to his back
Now old Blue stands tall, looks strac

That Airborne dog whose name was Blue
Got his orders for Jungle School
Took him on down to Panama
And that's the last of Blue I ever saw

CHAIRBORNE RANGER [TOP]

It's one thirty now on the strip
Chairborne daddy gonna take a little trip
Stand up, lock up, shuffle to the door
The club for lunch and home by four
If there's something to decide
Close your door and try to hide
Every time you get a call
You're out playing racquetball
First revise the SOP
Make a change in policy
Ours is not to wonder why
It's written down in the LOI
God forbid we should go to war
All that paperwork would be a bore
Let me stay behind my desk
Anything is better than the leaning rest
Chairborne Ranger, that's what I am
One of a kind, I'm and AG man

I CAN RUN . . . [TOP]

I can run to FT. BENNING just like this
All the to AIRBORNE and never quit

Ft. Campbell . .Air Assault
Ft. Bragg . . . Eighty-second
Ft. Riley . . . Kansas
Ft. Wood . . . .Missouri
etc.

COON SKIN [TOP]

Coon skin and alligator hide
Make a pair of jump boots just the right size
Shine 'em up, lace 'em up, put 'em on your feet
A good pair of jump boots can't be beat

Birdie, birdie in the sky
Dropped some whitewash in my eye
Ain't no sissy, I won't cry
I'm just glad that cows don't fly

 

MP - MP [TOP]

Sitting on a mountain top, beating on a drum
Beat so hard that the MPs come
MP, MP, don't arrest me
Arrest that leg behind the tree
He stole the whiskey, I stole the wine
Now all I do is double time

 

NOTHING TO DO [TOP]

AG, AG, who are you?
TDA with nothing to do
Go to PT at nine a.m.
Then to the pool to have a swim
Racquetball from nine to ten
Recover with a tonic and gin
Lunch from eleven to noon,
Your day will be over soon
Volleyball from noon to three
Keep really busy, can't you see
Now it's four, your day is through
I wish I was AG too

 

TWO OLD LADIES [TOP]

Two old ladies were lying in bed
One rolled over to the other and said
"I wanna be an Airborne Ranger
Live the life of guts and danger"
Guts and danger
Airborne Ranger

Same two ladies were lying in bed
One rolled over to the other and said
"I wanna be a scuba diver
Dive right into murky water"
Scuba diver, murky water
Guts and danger, Airborne Ranger

Same two old ladies lying in bed
One rolled over to the other and said
"I wanna be a mountain climber
Climb that mountain, higher and higher"
Mountain climber, higher and higher
Scuba diver, murky water
Guts and danger, Airborne Ranger


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The man folded it in half and took it in his right hand. Left he Very little time passed from the first "hello" addressed to the joint questionnaire of Gaucher and Torii to the real meeting described. In the last story. Hardly a month, maximum - three weeks.

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Slowly crept through the window, driving away the darkness of the night. I slept very badly, but nevertheless I was vigorous. The thought of you, that we would soon meet, threw so much adrenaline into the blood that it seemed to me that I could move.

Mountains. After drinking coffee, I was going to the meeting, remembering your condition.



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