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Song Parodies -> "A Scout In The Broadcast"

Original Song Title:

"A Tree In The Meadow"

Original Performer:

Margaret Whiting

Parody Song Title:

"A Scout In The Broadcast"

Parody Written by:

Duc4AmIRight

The Lyrics

Here is the song about the rare 1951 "Beat the Clock" broadcast featuring 300 boy scouts with Roxanne and host Bud Collyer, as told by Carole and George & Germaine Briant.
There's a scout in the broadcast
With a elephant looking by
And carved upon that scout I see
I watch you till I lost

I will always remember
Roxanne took pictures
The day you take pictures with boy scouts
I watch you till I scout

But further on down Carole's lane
A viewership I see
I know George & Germaine remembered
I wish that it were me

By that host Bud Collyer in the times
My thoughts always lie
And wherever you go you'll always know
I watch you till I lost

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