He [WOODY GUTHRIE] used that tune for five or ten songs. One of his best children's songs is "Cleano."
He put another famous verse to this tune in 1942, when the CIO Ladies Auxiliaries asked him to write a theme song for them. "What's wrong with 'Union Maid'?" he asked. "We wrote that for you." They said it was a good song, but it wasn't dignified enough, and besides, it didn't have the words "Ladies Auxiliary" in the chorus. So Woody, off the top of his head sang: "Oh, the Ladies Auxiliary...."
Oh, the Ladies' Auxiliary is a good auxiliary.
It's the best auxiliary that you ever did see.
If you need an auxiliary, see the Ladies' Auxiliary.
It's the Ladies' Auxiliary.