The monkeys have no tails in zamboanga roud 12598 is a song probably written during the spanish american war or the moro rebellion it was popular with us soldiers in the pacific in world war ii history the monkeys have no tails in zamboanga is the official regimental . Music adapted from the official march of the philippine constabulary written by by g savoca lyrics from the movie they were expendable. Provided to youtube by the orchard enterprises monkeys have no tails in zamboanga baby gramps peter stampfel outertainment 2010 red newt recprds released on 2010 08 17 auto generated by . Theres this song entitled monkeys have no tails in zamboanga that us soldiers assigned in zamboanga sang during world war ii lee marvin sang it in a john wayne starred 70s film entitled donovans reef set about the same period the song achieved notoriety among american troops in southern philippines. The monkeys have no tails in zamboanga is the official regimental march of the 27th us infantry regiment as the wolfhound march the lyrics of this official version were written in 1907 in cuba by g savoca the regimental band leader died 1912 after the regiment was formed in 1901 to serve in the philippines
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