The Best Song in the World

Baby Shark!!
January 2, 2009, 11:24 am
Filed under: The Best Song in the World

Well folks, while you’re reading this, I’m at camp! Don’t worry, I’ve left the blogging at home, but I had wordpress publish for me while I’m gone (thanks, computer robot!). In the joy of the rockin’ camp spirit, I get to tell you about the best song in the world, Baby Shark. This song is really so frickin’ awesome. It has the heart of camp spirit through and through, and tells a great story! I learned this song at morning sing my first year of camp, just a baby shark myself at 11 years old.  I loved camp more than anything in the world. My house would get the catalog of camp programs in January, and I would count down from there. Once there, for some reason we all had to go to the auditorium at 8am to do morning sing–I guess it was an old tradition. Some of the counselors would tell crazy stories (there was a “Real World” camp story for the whole summer one year), other times it would just be announcements, but it was almost always extra awesome. My favorite counselor taught us Baby Shark and now, here I am, a grown-up shark, teaching it to my bored, too-cool-for-school campers!

Since you really can’t get the rich flavor of this ingenious song without the hand gestures, I present to you a video! I watched a few different versions, but found the enthusiasm and seriousness of these dudes to be pretty prime. Rock on, baby shark!!

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