It’s a catchy little tune.
I learned it during my 4-H years in Wisconsin.
My children cringed, put hands over their ears, and left the room when I sang it. They were well mannered enough to limit themselves to a face of displeasure if we were visiting my parents and both mother and I launched into it.
Either male children don’t care for that particular foolish song or they didn’t spend enough time in my home state to appreciate it.
I think it’s the latter. They learned plenty of silly melodies and non-traditional words to common melodies. But they never got the hang of this one. Do they not like to sing about emulating a particular species of weasel?
Let’s try it with a visual aid.
If you want to be a Badger, just come along with me, by the bright shining light, by the light of the moon; If you want to be a Badger, just come along with me, By the bright shining light of the moon.
What’s not to like??????