My sister's family is at camp this week; she took some pictures of her kids after they had been playing in the camp's mud pit. They reminded me of the chorus of a song which we used to sing when we were kids:
So follow me, follow Down to the hollow And there let us wallow In glorious mud.
I only ever knew the chorus of this song, and had no clue what it came from, so I decided to look it up today.It turns out that this is the chorus of a song entitled The Hippopotamus, written by the British comedy team Flanders and Swann for their 1957 revue, At The Drop Of A Hat. Who knew?