Six Pence
(taught by Daniel J. Reilly III to the camp staff in 1985)

I've got six pence, jolly jolly six pence.
I've got six pence, to last me all my life.
I've got two pence to spend, and two pence to lend,
And two pence to send home to my wife, poor wife.

Chorus
(sung after each verse):
No cares have I to grieve me! No pretty little girls to deceive me!
I'm happy as a lark believe me! As we go rolling rolling home!
Rolling home (echo), Rolling home (echo),
By the light of the silvery moo-oo-oon.
Happy is the day when the camp staff gets their pay!
As we go rolling rolling home!

I've got four pence, jolly jolly four pence.
I've got four pence to last me all my life.
I've got two pence to spend, and two pence to lend,
And no pence to send home to my wife, poor wife...

I've got two pence Jolly jolly two pence...
I've got no pence, jolly jolly no pence...

(Note: This World War II British marching song has its roots in the Civil War song, "I'll Be a Sergeant," credited to an unknown H.A.W., but may be a reworking of an older song.)