Jungle Book - Colonel Hathis March The Elephant Song
Colonel Hathi's March (The Elephant Song) From Walt Disney's The Jungle Book Richard and Robert Sherman Bright March Tempo Eb B7 Eb B7 Eb Hup two three four, keep it up two three four. (Eb) B7 Eb B7 Eb Hup two three four, keep it up two three four. First Verse: (Eb) Eb |: Oh the aim of our patrol, Bdim7 Bb7 is a question rather droll. Bdim7 Bb7 For to march and drill, over field and hill Eb Em7 is a military goal! Fm7 Bb7 Eb B7 Eb B7 Eb Is a military goal! :| x4 Second Verse: By the ranks or single file, over every jungle mile. Oh we stamp and crush through the underbrush in a military style! In a military style! Third Verse: Oh, we march from here to there, and it doesn't matter where. You can hear us push through the deepest bush with a military air! With a military air! Fourth Verse: We're a crackerjack brigade, on a pachyderm parade! But we'd rather stroll to a water hole for a furlough in the shade! For a furlough in the shade! Bm7 Eb 4th Ending: (Spoken) Company, halt!