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The Anthem of the Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen is a song sung in the second season episode, "The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen". This song is sung by Billy West voicing both Ren and Stimpy in the same time, even though, John Kricfalusi voiced Ren in the episode, except when he sung the anthem with Stimpy. This song was composed by John Kricfalusi, Bob Camp, and Charlie Brissette, in which, this song has four singers in one song.

Lyrics

Stimpy: Our country reeks of trees!

Our yaks are really large.

And they smell like rotting beef carcasses.

And we have to clean up after them

And our saddle sores are the best

We proudly wear womens' clothing

And searing sand blows up our skirts

Ren & Stimpy: And the buzzards, they soar overhead

And poisonous snakes will devour us whole

Our bones will bleach in the sun

And we will probably go to hell

And that is our great reward

For being the-uh roy-oy-al Canadian Kilted Yaksmen

(Stimpy: Come on everybody!)

Chorus: Our country reeks of trees

Our yaks are really large

And they smell like rotting beef carcasses

And we have to clean up after them

And our saddle sores are the best

We proudly wear womens' clothing

And searing sand blows up our skirts

And the buzzards, they soar overhead

And poisonous snakes will devour us whole

Our bones will bleach in the sun

And we will probably go to hell

And that is our great reward

For being the-uh roy-oy-al Canadian Kilted Yaksmen.

Trivia

  • Each crocostimpy from the season one episode, Untamed World returns in this song.
  • This is the last song with a few things:
    • The last song sung by John Kricfalusi due to him being fired from Nickelodeon in 1992 after Man's Best Friend (however, he was part of the chorus of the song instead of voicing Ren in the song).
    • The last song animated by Spümcø and Carbunkle Cartoons.
    • The last song to feature the animation services of Spumco and Carbunkle Cartoons until the Adult Party Cartoon in 2003.
  • While the word "hell" was censored in the Nickelodeon version and in DVD releases, that word is left uncensored whenever the episode airs on MTV with this song (yet, "hell" was still censored when MTV brought the show back on the air in 2016).
  • The word "hell" was censored with a fart sound, but it is replaced by a censor bleep in the German version for an unknown reason.
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