Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Payment Products. English Choose a language for shopping. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Chorus You can camp upon his doorstep and he'll make you feel at home; You can run and hunt and ramble anywhere you care to roam. He will let you take his honey and pretend he's not so smart, but don't you harm his trees for he's a Ranger in his heart.
Chorus If you've ever seen the forest when a fire is running wild, and you love the things within it like a mother loves her child, then you know why Smokey tells you when he sees you passing through, 'Remember Click one to vote: Did you like it? Or hate it?
Learned this song as a Cub Scout in the 's. Still know all the words! Good song! I spend a lot of time in the mountains as I live in East Tennessee and this song comes to mind every time. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Payment Products. English Choose a language for shopping.
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In , the saying now associated with Smokey Bear was first said: "Remember The cub was in the Lincoln National Forest. Smokey had climbed a tree to get away from the fire, but his paws and hind legs had been burned. He was rescued by a game warden after the fire. At first, he was called "Hotfoot Teddy," but he was later renamed Smokey, after the mascot.
A local rancher who had been helping fight the fire took the cub home with him, but he needed care from a veterinarian. His wife, Ruth, and their children, Don and Judy, took care of the cub.
News services around the country wrote stories about the cub, and he became famous. After he died on November 9, ,  Smokey's remains were returned by the government to Capitan, New Mexico , and buried at what is now the Smokey Bear Historical Park.Orphaned black bear cub "Smokey II" was the second live representation of Smokey Bear from to his death in Photo: U.S. Department of Agriculture / Flickr Rescued! News about the little bear spread swiftly throughout New Mexico. Soon, the United Press and Associated Press broadcast his story nationwide, and many people wrote and.