Take Me Out to the Ball Game is one of those songs like "Happy Birthday" that you've heard so many times, it doesn't even really register. But I played a simple solo version that I found on Live Ukulele.com and the song does have a nice old-timey melody that works well on the ukulele. (Brad Bordessa of Ukulele Live has created lots of other free tabs/songs so you might want to browse through the rest of his site as well.) The song was written in 1908, the last year the Chicago Cubs won the World Series. So in honor of the Cubs' great season and hoping they make it into the World Series in 2016, why not sing the song--outside of a baseball stadium.
Here's a version of the song recorded in 1908. I was curious how long Cracker Jack have been around and found out on Wikipedia that the name was registered in 1896. It also says that Frito Lay is planning to remove the prizes from the boxes; the prizes will be replaced with a CR code (whatever that is), which can be used to download a baseball game. No prize in a Cracker Jack box? That's a bummer...
It is kind of amazing that we are still singing a pop song from a hundred years ago.
Playing fingerstyle ukulele, with information about the songs and where to find the ukulele tablature so that you can play these songs yourself.