Environmentalist witch-doctor song--anyone know this one?

When I was about 10–about 1984–I learned this song, which seems like it was probably written in the late 70’s. I tried googling it today, and got nothing at all. Does anyone remember this song, a take-off on the old witch doctor song?

My friend the alligator he told me what to say (boom boom boom boom)
My friend the alligator he told me what to do (boom boom boom boom)
He said “I do not want to wind up as your shoe!” and he said
Oo ee oo ah ah ting tang walla walla bing bang
Oo ee oo ah ah ting tang walla walla bing bang

My friend the California condor he told me what to say (boom boom boom boom)
My friend the California condor he told me what to do (boom boom boom boom)
He said “We once were many but now we’re just a few” and he said (chorus)

My friend the bicycle he told me what to say (boom boom boom boom)
My friend the bicycle he told me what to do (boom boom boom boom)
He said “If you ride me the skies they will stay blue!” and he said (chorus)

Well, it’s a weird little song, but does anyone know where it came from or if there are more verses?

I was thinking late 1950’s or early 1960’s.

The Witchdoctor by Dr. Demento.

That doesn’t seem to have your environmental take on it though.

The version that I linked to was on the pop charts.

No, this one was the same tune, with new words; I’ve never heard it in a recorded version. It was a camp song when I learned it.

The Witchdoctor was by Ross “David Seville” Bagdasarian, who gave us Alvin and the Chipmunks ()the song actually appeared on the original 1960s TV show once). It was written in the late 1950s.
All together now:
OO-ee-oo-ah-ah
Ting tang Walla alla bing bang
OO ee oo ah ah
Ting tang Walla Walla bing bang!

Upon re=reading the OP more carefully, I realize I got it wrong – mine’s the original version. Never heard the one with the new lyrics.

My guess it was a parody written and performed by a local DJ, and probably never was released on a 45 or album.