Friday, December 3, 2010

The Dan Shea Theme Song, courtesy of David Codrea. And from my own personal favorites, the new NFATCA Marching Song.

The Dan Shea Theme Song.

The New NFATCA Marching Song. John Brown sings this every time he has to face the ATF Enforcement Programs and Services Directorate.

Children have You ever met the Boogeyman before?
No, of course You haven't for You're much too good, I'm sure;
Don't You be afraid of him if he should visit You,
He's a great big coward, so I'll tell You what to do.

Hush, hush, hush, here comes the Boogeyman,
Don't let him come too close to You, he'll catch you if he can.
Just pretend that you're a crocodile
And you will find that Boogeyman will run away a mile.

Say Shoo shoo and stick him with a pin,
Boogeyman will very nearly jump out of his skin
Say buzz buzz just like the wasps that sting.
Boogeyman will think you are an elephant with wings.

Hush, hush, hush, here comes the Boogeyman.
Tell him you've got soldiers in your bed,
For he will never guess that they are only made of lead.

Say Hush hush, he'll think that you're asleep.
If you make a lovely snore away he'll softly creep.
Sing this tune you children one and all.
Bogeyman will run away, he'll think it's Henry Hall!

When the shadows of the evening creep across the sky,
And your Mummy comes upstairs to sing a lullaby,
Tell her that the boogeyman no longer frightens you.
Uncle Henry's very kindly told you what to do

Hush, hush, hush, here comes the Boogeyman.
Don't let him come too close to you, He'll catch you if he can.
Just pretend your teddy bear's a dog
Then shout out, 'Fetch him, Teddy!' and he'll hop off like a frog.

Say Meoow, pretend that you're a cat.
He'll think you may scratch him that will make him fall down flat.
Just pretend he isn't really there,
You will find that Boogey man will vanish in thin air.

Here's one way to catch him without fail.
Just keep a little salt with you
and put it on his tail!

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