I attended or worked at various Scout camps for i-could-not-tell-you-how-many years, and i developed a truly exhaustive repertoire of camp songs. But this gem, culled from a songbook i got from my very favorite flea market vendor (hey, he specializes in vintage books and sewing machines), was unknown to me:
(to the tune of "Auld Land Syne")
On mules we find two legs behind,
and two we find before,
We stand behind before we find
what the two behind be for.
When we're behind the two behind
we find what these be for,
So stand before the two behind,
behind the two before.
Word play, mules, and the music of Burns songs - what could possibly be better?