From the recording Bunkin' on Ladouceur

Winter activity for male teens in the old west end, not sanctioned by adults. I had never seen anything similar described elsewhere until I read Bob Dylan's autobiography recently, in which he states that this was also being done in northern Minnesota when he was growing up. See my blog for more details!  
 
 

Lyrics

 

Bunkin’, bunkin’ on Ladouceur (2)
When the cold night wind blows
All the streets are covered in snow
We were slipping and sliding
Just juking and jiving
Got to get up on your feet
And slide on down the street, and go
Bunkin’, bunkin’ on Ladouceur (4)
 
Here comes an old Cadillac
Hide yourself around the back
We were slipping and sliding
Just juking and jiving
Got to get up on your feet
And slide on down the street, and go
Bunkin’, bunkin’ on Ladouceur (4)
 
The man don’t like when you’re there
Tries to swerve to make you scared
We were slipping and sliding
Just juking and jiving
Got to get up on your feet
And slide on down the street, and go
Bunkin’, bunkin’ on Ladouceur (4)