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  1. #76
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    I find a great website on a lot of cadences you all might enjoy. I think you could even download them but i'm not sure. Have Fun!


    http://wjserra.com/listenup.htm


  2. #77
    I know this isn't a cadence buuuuuut...

    While we were doing pull ups at our Poolee Function, our recruiters had this CD playing with cadences and stuff..

    There was one that just got stuck in my head, It was extremely catchy.

    "Don't let.. Recruit Training fool ya.."

    That's all I remember.

    It was awesome though. Do any of you know which one i'm talking about?

    Yeah, I'm very specific huh. Ha.


  3. #78
    I would assume that is the cadence we normally sang as Don't let the green grass fool ya. It is a more difficult one to type, as the platoon doesn't simply repeat what is said, but has their own words to say.


  4. #79
    Tarzan and Jane were swingin' from a vine,
    Sippin' from a bottle of vodka double wine.
    Jane missed the vine and down she fell,
    When she hit the ground she let out a yell,
    Ai-e-ai
    mmm mmm
    feels good
    Ai-e-ai
    mmm mmm
    real good

    Tarzan and Cheetah were swingin' from a vine,
    Sippin' from a bottle of vodka double wine.
    Cheetah missed the vine and then he fell,
    when he hit the ground he gave a little yell,
    Ai-e-ai
    mmm mmm
    feels good
    Ai-e-ai
    mmm mmm
    real good



  5. #80
    I don't remember all of this one.. So if anyone remembers the rest, I'd really like to hear it...

    I had a girl in a Mississippi town,
    She made her livin’ goin’ up and down.
    She’s the girl on the corner street,
    Just the type of girl you’d like to meet.

    Elevator operator, Elevator Operator
    Deep
    Sea Diver, Deep Sea Diver

    ______________________________
    Semper Fi



  6. #81

    C-130 Recon

    I know the C-130 cadence has been worn to death, but I figured I'd post the recon version for those who are interested in another variation;

    C-130 rollin' down the strip,
    Recon Daddy gonna take a little trip.

    Stand up, buckle up, shuffle to the door,
    Jump on out and yell “Marine Corps!”

    If that chute don’t open wide,
    Recon Daddy gonna take a little ride.

    Since that chute won’t open round,
    Guess I’ll be the first one on the ground.

    A-Lo Righty lay-eft,
    A-Lefty Righta left.

    (I seem to remember it being longer but for some reason can't remember the whole thing.)


  7. #82
    Everywhere we go
    "
    people wanna know
    "
    who we are
    "
    what can we do
    "
    we can fly higher than superman
    "
    we can dive deeper than aquaman
    "
    we can climb higher than spiderman
    "
    we can yell louder than tarzan
    "
    cause were warriors
    "
    feels good.....


  8. #83

    Up in the mornin'

    up in the mornin' with the risin' sun
    runnin' in the desert just for fun
    we're gonna run all day till the runnins done
    mile one
    just for fun
    mile two
    just for you
    mile three
    a PFT
    good for you
    but not for me
    mile four
    want some more
    mile five
    i feel alive
    mile six,
    just for kicks
    mile seven
    i'm in heaven
    mile eight
    feelin' great
    mile nine
    doin fine
    mile ten
    lets go again
    oorah
    oh yeah
    feels good


  9. #84

    Delay Cadence

    Delay cadence
    count cadence
    delay cadence
    COUNT!
    (one) can't hear you
    (two) Little louder now
    (three) All together
    (four) Everybody
    (one) Hit it
    (two) Kick it
    (three) Stab it
    (four) Kill it
    (one, two three four United states marine corps)
    OORAH
    OH YEAH

    --Platoon only says the parts in () --



  10. #85

    Your Corps

    Your Corps

    Delayed, Cadce Call, Cadce Call, Cadce Count, -- 1!
    A Little Louder, -- 2!
    Roll your Shoulders back, -- 3!
    Lift your heads up high, -- 4!
    Let me hear you cry, -- 1!
    Little louder, -- 2!
    What’s the matter, -- 3!
    Gettin’ Better, -- 4!
    Altogether, 1-2-3-4 United States Marine Corps, Uuurr-Rah!
    Uuurr-Rah!, Uuurr-Rah!
    Uuurr-Rah!, Uuurr-Rah!
    Oh Yeah!, Oh Yeah!

    A-Motivation, Motivation.
    A-Dedication, Dedication.
    A-To the Corps, To the Corps.
    A-Your Corps, Your Corps.
    A-My Corps, My Corps.
    A-You can do it, You can do it.
    A-I can do it, I can do it.
    Oh Yeah!, Oh Yeah!

    Note: Part in italics is what the platoon says. This is a marching cadence and is probably one of my personal favorites even though I have NEVER heard another drill instructor do this one justice, (besides then Sr DI SSgt Earl!-3048-1981) I'm sure I just haven't been in the right place since, to hear it done well again!!

    I'm sure there is a better way to represent some of these "sounds" but one of my old DI's had a REALLY COOL way of counting off a Delayed Cadence Count hence the reason that I spelled it Delayed "Cadce Call" as he seemed to take the "en" sound out of the word and only finished with the "c" sound at the end so it could almost have been spelled "Caids" Call "Caids" Count.


  11. #86
    Quote Originally Posted by SRT Sniper
    Your Corps

    Delayed, Cadce Call, Cadce Call, Cadce Count, -- 1!
    A Little Louder, -- 2!
    Roll your Shoulders back, -- 3!
    Lift your heads up high, -- 4!
    Let me hear you cry, -- 1!
    Little louder, -- 2!
    What’s the matter, -- 3!
    Gettin’ Better, -- 4!
    Altogether, 1-2-3-4 United States Marine Corps, Uuurr-Rah!
    Uuurr-Rah!, Uuurr-Rah!
    Uuurr-Rah!, Uuurr-Rah!
    Oh Yeah!, Oh Yeah!

    A-Motivation, Motivation.
    A-Dedication, Dedication.
    A-To the Corps, To the Corps.
    A-Your Corps, Your Corps.
    A-My Corps, My Corps.
    A-You can do it, You can do it.
    A-I can do it, I can do it.
    Oh Yeah!, Oh Yeah!

    Note: Part in italics is what the platoon says. This is a marching cadence and is probably one of my personal favorites even though I have NEVER heard another drill instructor do this one justice, (besides then Sr DI SSgt Earl!-3048-1981) I'm sure I just haven't been in the right place since, to hear it done well again!!

    I'm sure there is a better way to represent some of these "sounds" but one of my old DI's had a REALLY COOL way of counting off a Delayed Cadence Count hence the reason that I spelled it Delayed "Cadce Call" as he seemed to take the "en" sound out of the word and only finished with the "c" sound at the end so it could almost have been spelled "Caids" Call "Caids" Count.
    I ran out of editing time as I forgot to explain the "A-" sound that makes up part of this cadence, so I have to waste another entry... That sound is almost the "uh" sound except that it has the unique DI chop applied to it, making it more or less a run-on to the following word, hence the reason for the hyphen.


  12. #87

    Running Cadence 10

    Ok, since BavariaDE posted such a great link to some recorded cadences, I'll start posting the lyrics so you can all learn them. Realize that some sounds are hard to express in written form, but hopefully I can make them close enough that you won't mistake the words... I also didn't include the unit response in this post as it mostly mimics the DI's call, if you would rather see both the call and response in future posts, let me know via PM and I will try to keep that in mind. (Now I guess I have to get a portable MP3 player for my routine runs!!)

    http://wjserra.com/sounds/Running%20Cadence%20.mp3
    A-Lo right lay-eft,
    A-Left righta left.
    Chesty puller said before he died,
    There was 5 things that he wanted to ride.
    Tricycle, bicycle, automobile,
    A-bow-legged pony on a ferris wheel.
    I said tricycle bicycle,
    Automobile.
    A-bow-legged pony,
    On a ferris wheel.

    Born in a shelter half at Camp Lejeune,
    Raised on C-rats and plastic spoons.
    Cussin’ and a fussin’ and a fightin all day,
    Cause we know no other way.
    I say a Lo right lay-eft,
    A-left righta lay-eft.
    A-Lo right lay-eft,
    A-Left righta left.

    Momma and papa was a-lyin’ in bed,
    Momma rolled over to papa she said.
    Gimme some,
    PT.
    Good for you,
    Good for me.

    You better be a drill instructor,
    You better wear that smokey bear.
    You better be a drill instructor,
    You better shave off all o’ your hair.

    Pain!... in my back.
    Pain!... in my arms.
    A-We don’t care, we like it there.
    Pain!... in my head.
    Pain!... in my knees.
    A-We don’t care, we like it there.

    Out in the desert late one night,
    The grunts got into a helluva fight.
    They got-a on the hook and they called us in,
    A-Arty Arty where ya been.
    Sadaam, he’s up there on this hill,
    The grunts can’t get him but artillery will.
    A-Fire mission fire mission all six guns,
    A-Watch those cannoneers really run.
    A-charge seven white bags shell HE
    A-x-ray yankee fuse a VT
    A-charge seven white bags shell HE
    Knot x-ray yankee fuse a VT
    A-Take that staff and a-ram that round,
    And let me hear that a-bumpin’ sound.
    A-Take the lanyard in your hand,
    And fire your piece at a-my command.
    The grunts they called us on the hook,
    And said artillery-a take a look.
    You gotta job and ya did it well,
    Cause you blew Sadaam all to hell.

    In the original version (from my day anyway);
    replace the first Sadaam reference with "The enemy"
    replace the last Sadaam reference with "the bastards"


  13. #88

    Combat Zone


    http://wjserra.com/sounds/Combat_Zone.mp3
    If I die in a combat zone, If I die in a combat zone.
    Box me up and send me home, Box me up and send me home.
    Tell my girl I done my best, Tell my girl I done my best.
    Lay my smokey across my chest, Lay my smokey across my chest.
    Lay my body six foot down, Lay my body six foot down.
    Until you hear it touch the ground, Until you hear it touch the ground.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Added for a PISC Boot variant

    http://wjserra.com/sounds/Paris%20Is...nce%20Call.mp3
    I bet ya 5 dollars a-to this day, I bet ya 5 dollars a-to this day.
    A-When it hits the bottom you will hear me say, When it hits the bottom you will hear me say.
    I wanna be a drill instructor, I wanna be a drill instructor.
    I wanna wear my smokey bear, I wanna wear my smokey bear.
    I wanna be a drill instructor, I wanna be a drill instructor.
    I’m gonna cut off all ‘o my hair, I’m gonna cut off all o’ my hair.

    I had a girl down in New Orleans, I had a girl down in lace w:st="on">New Orleanslace>.
    14 youngin’s and a can ‘o beans, 14 youngin’s and a can ‘o beans.
    Ah-She was motivated, She was motivated.
    She was dedicated, She was dedicated.
    She was motivated, She was motivated.
    She was dedicated, She was dedicated.
    a-Lo righta lay-eft, Lo righta lay-eft.
    I love to double time, I love to double time.
    a-get into the rhythm,
    a-Runnin’ with Marines.
    a-Runnin’ with Marines,
    a-Runnin’ everyday now.
    a-Runnin’ everyday now,
    a-Runnin’ all the way now.

    Notes: Text in italic is the unit response - really only added since the last rhythm phrase is only called by the DI, "a-" or "A-" represents the DI chopped "uh" sound, "Ah-" is just a little more pronounced.



  14. #89

    Ain't No Use In Lookin' Down

    Ain't No Use In Lookin' Down
    (Double Time Cadence)
    http://www.verzend.be/v/2603886/Aint...own_2.mp3.html

    A-lo righta lay-eft, A Lo righta lay-eft.
    A-lefty righta lay-eft, A Lefty righta lay-eft.
    A-Lo right lay-eft, Lo right lay-eft.
    A-Lefty righta lay-eft, A Lefty righta lay-eft.

    Here we go, Here we go.
    PT, PT.
    PT, PT.

    Ah Ha, Ah Ha.
    Heavy on the left foot, Heavy on the left foot.
    A-Lo righty left foot, Lo righty Left foot.
    Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah.

    There aint no use in lookin’ down, There aint no use in lookin’ down.
    There aint no discharge on the ground, There aint no discharge on the ground.

    There aint no use in a-looking back, There aint no use in a-looking back.
    A-Jody’s got your Cadillac, Jody’s got your Cadillac.

    There aint no use in feelin’ blue, There aint no use in feelin’ blue.
    A-Jody’s got your old lady too, Jody’s got your old lady too.

    Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah.
    Ah Ha, Ah Ha.

    A-Not for long, Not for long.
    A-Not for long, Not for long.
    A-No way, No way.
    I’m comin’, I’m comin’.
    I’m comin’, I’m comin’.
    Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah.
    Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah.
    Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah.

    Feelin’ good, Feelin’ good.
    Feelin’ bad, Feelin’ bad.
    Ah Ha, Ah Ha.
    Ah Ha, Ah Ha.

    A-Here we go, Here we go.
    Here we go, Here we go.
    Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah.
    Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah.

    Feelin’ good, Feelin’ good.
    Feelin’ good, Feelin’ good.

    -------------------------------------------
    Standard Notations:
    Words in italics are the unit response to the DI's call.
    The notation "A-" or "a-" denotes the chopped DI sound similar to "uh" making it more of a run-on to the following word, thus the reason for the hyphen.


  15. #90
    I heard an awesome cadence when I was in boot camp but dont remember all of it.

    "Here come the choppers, theyre flying over head, theyve come to get the wounded, theyve come to get the dead....Maahhhhhhhhhrinnneeeeeeeeennn ....infantreeeeeeee........."

    theres more of it but I only heard it once in boot camp and Ive only heard it sung once by a grunt DI. Awesome cadence ..anyone remember the rest ?


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