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What are your favorite marching (or running) cadences?

I'm still trying to decide upon some favorites. I did notice there are several that talk about Elvis Presley. Cool
 
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I like to call C-130 over and over and over and over again. I especially love it when someone jumps up to call cadence after me and the C-130 cadence is the only one they know / call. I like it even more when someone then jumps out and calls the "another C-130" cadence.

I am just kidden, I don't really have a personal favorite. I have heard some really good cadence callers that can take even the worst of cadences and make them really really good. I am sure that every unit has that one NCO that can call cadence like they were born to do it.


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I don't like calling cadence. So, my favorite cadence is something simple: "One, two, three, four. Left, Left, Left...).

Even when I played high school and college football, I hated the daily and pregame "rah rah" the civilian counterpart of military cadence.
 
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The wierder the better!

My favorite marching cadence is Old King Cole, because that was the official unofficial official 1st PLT cadence in BCT. We had this one DS from the 82nd that we all loved to bits and that was the only cadence he ever called. And he had no rhythm at all.
 
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I love how they sound if called right.

It is a for sure thing needed and helps crappy marchers stay in step.

Pretty much...I like 'em all
(though there are some real DUMB ones out there)!


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My favorites are normally parodies of regular cadence (you got to have a lot of time on your hands to come up with those). An S&M version of the classic "Yellow Ribbon" ("Around her neck, she wore a studded collar). One to the tune of "I hear the choppers coming" about a cross dressing Ranger.

Beyond that, I just go for the more obscure, humorous, or shocking.

Whip me, beat me, I need love....
Napalm sticks to kids.....
Bodies bodies bodies....
Hey hey Josephine....

Damn, I really need to write these down (and start recording....damn damn)


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Beyond that, I just go for the more obscure, humorous, or shocking.

Whip me, beat me, I need love....
Napalm sticks to kids.....
Bodies bodies bodies....
Hey hey Josephine....

Damn, I really need to write these down (and start recording....damn damn)


If you can write those down that'd be cool, I'd like to try those at least once. It's better to ask forgiveness than to ask permission Big Grin


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http://www.geocities.com/mcleanjrotc/jodycalls.html
check this link for some oldies but goodies


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you so totally rock.


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More to follow


^ subtle hunt to login and check to see what DWC posted. Here it is, the most recent DWC special:

Killing the baby seals


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Killing the baby seals

Airborne Stranger




LOL that is soo funny! They really let you call thoes??


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Those 2 I never had any problems with.

When I started to call Whip me beat me during company runs, the platoon sergeants would look at me like I was crazy and sometimes try to send someone to replace me.

My area manager cut me off from singing Bodies Bodies Bodies while at a conference in Kansas City (we were in a public park)

That same cadence upset a fellow student at PLDC, who later confronted me about it. He said I was a coward because I wanted to kill only women, children and non-combatant instead of the enemy. Also that I was sick for even bringing it up. I first responded by asking if he a psychiatrist; then I told him to stay in his lane.


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Airborne Stranger is now my favorite cadence.
 
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My favorite one is Blood on the Risers, but I also like Hard Work, The Yo-yo and Lill bit of soul... Something I hate is LEGS calling airborne cadences.


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