In 1997, Jack In The Green performed at the very first Philly Scrapple Fest. This was a full day of peace, love and scrapple. As required of all the bands playing that day, we had to come up with a Scrapple Song. As you can imagine, it was Q to the rescue. 

The Scrapple Song 
(Sung to the tune of “Nancy Whiskey”)

When I went out to Dublin city,
We went drinking on the town.
Next morn I tried to get me breakfast,
But alas no scrapple could be found.

Chorus
Scrapple, Scrapple, Philly Scrapple
Scrapple from old Philly town
Scrapple, Scrapple, Philly Scrapple
Helps you keep your breakfast down

I took the tubes to London Castle,
There I met Miss Becky Brown
She grinned and said she would oblige me.
For some scrapple, about two pounds.

Chorus

Then I crossed the English Channel,
There I saved the King of France.
He declared he would reward me,
So I thought I’d take a chance.

Chorus

I cooked up a pan of Philly scrapple
In fact I cooked up quite a few.
The people loved the way it tasted.
So the King of France they overthrew

Chorus

They told me to make them some more scrapple.
But all I had was one more pound.
When I finally got deported.
There was no more scrapple to be found.

Chorus

So gather round and pay attention,
And hear the morale of my tale.
When you cross the great Atlantic,
Bring lots of scrapple when you sail.

Chorus