Boola Boola

Anyone know of an online recording of Yale’s fight song Boola Boola? I found this, but it’s not the complete song and what lyrics it has are different. (Plus it segues into When The Saints Go Marching In.) I’d like to hear a straight version with these lyrics:

*Well, here we are, well, here we are!
Just watch us rolling up a score.
We’ll leave poor Harvard behind so far,
They won’t want to play us anymore.
We’ll roll the score so very high,
That you will hear them sigh:
Well-a Boola, Boo, Boola, Boola, Boo,
Boola, Boo, Boola, Boola, Boola, Boo!

Boola, Boola, Boola, Boola,
Boola, Boola, Boola, Boola,
When we “rough-house” poor old Harvard,
They will holler Boola Boo. (Rah! Rah! Rah!)
Yale, Eli Yale!
Oh! Yale, Eli Yale!
Oh! Yale, Eli Yale!
Oh! Yale, Eli Yale!*

May serve no purpose at all, but
http://archives.yalealumnimagazine.com/issues/00_10/boola.html

I seem to recall another pile of syllables relating to Ivy League: Brek ek ek ek

And doesn’t http://www.stlyrics.com/lyrics/classicdisney/bibbidi-bobbidi-boo.htm contain at least the “boola” reference? I always wondered about that connection.

This won’t help, but when I was at Yale (1976–1980), the only lyrics I wever heard anyone sing were

Boola boola
Boola boola
Boola boola
Boola boola
Boola boola
Boola boola
Boola boola
Boola boo

The marching band played it when marching from the stadium back to campus, but it wasn’t sung very often.
The syllables Zeldar mentions are part of a cheer, no longer in use when I was there and, I’m told, taken from Aristphanes’s The Frogs. The full line is

Brek e kek kek koax koax

I thought this was going to be about the missionaries who get a choice between death and boola boola.

Yeah, every time I hear an ebola story on the radio I think…

Ebol’ ebola! Ebol’ ebola!
Ebol’ ebola! Ebol’ ebola!