"Yodel-Adle-Eedle-Idle-Oo" is a song from Disney's 2004 animated feature film Home on the Range. It features Alameda Slim as he and the Willie Brothers rustle cattle with help from Slim's hypnotizing yodel.
The song was performed by Slim's voice actor Randy Quaid and the Willie Brothers' voice actor Sam J. Levine.
Now listen up!
There are crooks in this here West
Who have claimed to be the best
And they think they wrote the book on how to rustle
Well, as good as they may be
Not a one's as good as me
An' I barely have to move a single muscle!
They call me mean, boys!
Depraved and nasty, too
And they ain't seen, boys
The cruelest thing I do!
You see, I…
The sweetest way of rustlin' yet devised!
'Cause when I yodel-adle-eedle-idle-odel
Why, looky how them cows get hypnotized!
He don't prod
He don't yell
Still he drives them dogies well,
Which ain't easy when your chaps are labeled XXXXL!
Yes, if you're lookin' from a bovine point of view
I sure can yodel-adle-eedle-idle
[Here we go, boys! Five thousand cattle in the side pocket! Aha!]
Yes, I can yodel-adle-eedle-odel!
... a sound them cattle truly take to heart!
Yeah, I can yodel-adle-eedle-idle-odel-adle-eedle-idle-odel
An' smack my big ol' rump if that ain't art!
He don't rope
Not a chance!
He just puts 'em in a trance
He's a pioneer Pied Piper in ten-gallon underpants!
Yep! I'm the real rip-roarin' deal to those who moo
Thanks to my yodel-adle-eedle-idle
I got cattle out the ol' wazoo
'Cause I can yodel-adle-eedle-idle-oo!