The song is titled "Tales of Kiska", it's full text is located in the book Aleutians, Gilberts & Marshalls, June 1942-April 1944.
You've heard the bloody tales of old
Of fearless knights and warriors bold,
But now the muse pens Tales of Kiska
Or, how we missed them by a whisker.
One hundred thousand men at muster,
Admirals, generals adding luster;
Two hundred planes, as many ships -
All were bound for Kiska's Nips.
And now we come to how and when
"Dog-day" got its cognomen -
"Dog-day's" evening found our log
Quoting capture of one dog.
"Dog-day" plus 1 and 2 and 3
Found three more in captivity;
But as for Japs we couldn't say
We'd seen one either night or day.
We searched bolcanic craters vast
To catch a glimpse of one at last;
It took three days before we learnt
That more than dogs there simply weren't
O here's to mighty ComNorPac
Whose kingdom lay at cold Adak
Whose reign was known in fame for fog
And capture of two couple dog!