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Kamp Krusty (Medley)

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"Kamp Krusty (Medley)"
Song Information
Singers: Nancy Cartwright
Dan Castellaneta
Gene Merlino
Characters: Bart Simpson
Length: 2:19
Writer(s): Original: Jimmy Kennedy
Michael Carr
Gracie Films Logo: Jeffrey Townsend
Parody lyrics: David M. Stern
Album: Songs in the Key of Springfield
Appearance(s): "Kamp Krusty"

"Kamp Krusty" (Medley) is a track from Songs in the Key of Springfield. It is the fifteenth track on the album and consists of the songs "South of the Border" and "Gracie Films Logo".


South of the Border[edit]

How could you, Krusty? I never lend my name to an inferior product.
(gasps and sobs) They drove a dump truck full of money up to my house! I'm not made of stone!
Krusty, this camp was a nightmare! They fed us gruel! They forced us to make wallets for export and one of the campers was eaten by a bear!
Oh, my God! [sobs harder]
Well, actually the bear just ate his hat.
Was it a nice hat?
Oh, yeah.
Oh, my God! [sobs even harder than before] Well, I'm gonna make it all up to you. I'm gonna show you kids the time of your life. Get ready for two weeks at the happiest place on Earth... TIJUANA!!!!
South of the border - down Mexico way.
That's where I fell in love, when stars above came out to play.
And now as I wonder - my thoughts ever stray.
South of the border - down Mexico way.
She was a picture - in old Spanish lace,
And just for a tender while, I kissed a smile - upon her face.
For it was fiesta - and we were so gay,
South of the border - Mexico way.
Those mission bells told me that I must not stray,
South of the border - down Mexico way.


[Mariachi version of the Gracie Films logo plays]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

"South of the Border" is a real song, best known for its performance by Frank Sinatra.