Compiled by Linda Wright Columbia, MO

ABOUT A QUARTER TO NINE The stars are gonna twinkle and shine This evening about a quarter to nine My lovin' arms are gonna tenderly twine Around you around a quarter to nine I know I won't be late 'Cause at half pat eight I'm gonna hurry there I'll be waiting there the lane begins Waiting for you on needles and pins And then the world is gonna be mine This evening about a quarter to nine A-BOOM-CHICK-A-BOOMM I said A-Boom-Chick-A-boom; I said A-Boom-Chick-A-Boom I said A-Boom-A-Chick-A-Rock-A-Chick-A-RockA-Chick-A-Boom UhHuh Oh Yeah One more timeThe Baby Talk Way or Valley girl Talk Way The Soft Way Cowboy Talk Way Scuba Talk Way The Loud Way Opera Song Way Rock Singer Way
A BOOM-CHICKA-BOOM

I says a-boom-chicka-boom! I says a-boom-chicka-boom! (Group echoes) I says a-boom-chicka-rocka-chicka-rocka-chicka-boom!(Group echoes) Uh-huh! (Group echoes) Oh Yeah! (Group echoes) One more time! (Group echoes) A little . . . . LOUDER! (Group echoes) Each time a leader adds a different variation such as: QUIETER, POSHER ACORN SONG I'm a little acorn brown, lying on the cocoa ground Everybody steps on me, that is why I'm cracked you see.

CHORUS I'm a nut (clap, clap) You bet (clap, clap) . I'm a nut (clap, clap) You bet (clap, clap) I love myself, I love me so, I took myself to a. picture show. Put my arms around my waist, got so fresh I slapped my face CHORUS

ADAM & EVE [tune: Dem Bones] (CHORUS) [Repeat after each verse] I know it, know it, indeed I know it Brother, I know it, WHEE - Dem bones gonna rise again. 1. Lord, he thought he'd make a man Dem bones gonna rise again. So he took a bit of water and he took a bit of sand. Dem bones gonna rise again. 2. Adam, he was. mighty bIue Didn't know quite what to do. 3. So the Lord he took a rib from Adam's side And He made Miss Eve to be his bride. 4. Put them in a garden fair. . thought they'd be most happy there. . 5. Apples, peaches, pears, and such But of this tree you must not touch. 6. Around this tree old Satan slunk And at Miss Eve he wunk. 7. Miss Eve these apples are mighty fine. Just take one, the Lord won't mind. B. So she took a pick and she took a pull And then she filled her figleaf full. 9. Next day when the Lord cam 'round He spied them cores all over the ground. 10. Adam, who these cores did leave.? Tweren't me Lord, 'spect 'twas Eve. 11. Adam you must leave this place

And earn your keep by the sweat of your face. 12. So he took a pick and he took a plow And that's why we're all working now. 13. That's the end, there ain't no more. Eve got the apple and Adam got the core. AND THE MORAL IS: NEVER Underestimate THE POWERS OF A WOMAN!..! AFTER BROWNIES (After The Ball Was Over) After the meeting's over After the Cubs/Brownies have gone After two hours of screaming After your voice is done Many a Leader's wilting And you can hear them all Sigh now the Cubs/Brownies have vanished Outside the hall
AFTER THE BALL WAS OVER

After the ball was over After the break of morn After the dancers' leaving After the stars are gone Many a heart is aching If you could read them all Many the hopes that have vanished After the ball

AFTER THE BALL WAS OVER (2) After the ball was over Nellie took out her glass eye Put her false teeth in water Corked up her bottle of dye Put her false leg in the corner Hung up her wig on the door And all that is left goes to bye byes After the ball
A HOT TIME IN THE OLD TOWN TONIGHT

When you hear dem bells go ding, aling, aling All join 'round and sweetly you must sing And when the verse am through, in the chorus all join in There'll be a hot time in the old town tonight

AH, WOONEY COONEY Ah, wooney cooney cha, ah wooney, Ah, wooney cooney cha, ah wooney, 1, I, I, lky I Ki an is, I, I, I, lky I Ki an is,' Ah woo, ah wooney, Kichee ACTIONS: . (1 st) sIap both hands on your own thighs - sIap both hands on thighs of person to your left - sIap both hands on own thighs - sIap both hands on thighs of person on right . (2nd) slap hands on own thighs - cross hands and slap on own thighs - slap hands on own thighs - slap left hand on person left of you and slap right hand on thigh of person on your right (3rd) slap hands on own thighs - slap hands on own knees - slap hands on your toes - slap hands on own knees (4th) put both hands straight out - tap left hand with right hand - tap left shoulder with right hand - cross arms with hands resting on shoulders (repeat using left hand) AIN'T GONNA GRIEVE MY LORD Oh, you can't get to heaven In a rocking chair 'Cause the Lord don't allow No Lazy folks there (Echo each line) .. REPEAT Together Oh, you can't get to heaven in a rocking chair, 'Cause the Lord don't allow no lazy folks there Ain't gonna grieve my Lord no more CHORUS Ain't gonna grieve my Lord no more (repeat 3times)

Oh, you can't get to heaven On roller skates 'Cause you'll roll right by Them pearly gates . REPEAT Together/ CHORUS Oh, you can't get to heaven In a brand new suit St. Peter will say That you're just too cute REPEAT Together/ CHORUS Oh, you can't get to heaven In a limousine 'Cause the Lord don't sell No gasoline REPEAT Together/ CHORUS
AIN'T SHE SWEET?

Ain't she sweet? See her coming down the street! Now I ask you very confidentially, ain't she sweet? Ain't she nice? Look her over once or twice Now I ask you very confidentially, ain't she nice? Just cast an eye in her direction Oh, me! Oh, my! Ain't that perfection? I repeat, don't you think she's kind of neat? And I ask you very confidentially, ain't she sweet?
ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND

Come on and here, come on and hear Alexander's Ragtime Band Come on and hear, come on and hear, it's the best band in the land They can play a bugle call like you never heard before So natural that you want to go to war That's the bestest band what am, my honey lamb Come on along, come on along, let me take you by the hand Up to the man, up to the man, who's the leader of the band And if you care to hear the Swanee River played in ragtime Come on and hear, come on and hear, Alexander's Ragtime Band ALICE Alice, where are you going ? Upstairs to take a bath Alice with legs like toothpicks And a neck like a giraffe Alice stepped in the bathtub Alice pulled out the plug

Oh, my gracious, O my soul There goes Alice down the hole Alice where are you going? Glub glub glub
ALICE THE CAMEL

Alice the camel's got five humps Alice the camel's got five humps Alice the camel's got five humps So go Alice go, boom, boom, boom Alice the camel's got four humps...
Etc until

Alice the camel's got no humps... So Alice is a horse ALIVE, ALERT, AWAKEALIVE, ALERT, AWAKEALIVE, ALERT, AWAKE I'm alive, awake, alert, enthusiastic I'm alive, awake, alert, enthusiastic, I'm alive, awake, alert, I'm alert, awake, alive, I'm alive, awake, alert, enthusiastic. ALL AROU ND THE ZERO All around the zero, she's your lovin' hero, Back, back, zero; side, side zero; front, front zero Now swing your lovin' hero ALL NIGHT, ALL DAY Chorus: All night, all day Angels watching over me, my Lord. All night, all day, Angels watching over me. Day is dying in the west, Angels watching over me, my Lord. Sleep, my child, and take your rest, Angels watching over me. CHORUS Now I Iay me down to sleep, AngeIs watching over me, my Lord. Pray the Lord my soul to keep, Angels watching over me. CHORUS If I die before I wake,

Angels watching over me, my Lord. Pray the Lord my soul to take Angels watching over me CHORUS
ALLELU

Allelu, allelu, allelu, alleluia Praise ye the Lord Allelu, allelu, allelu, alleluia Praise ye the Lord Praise ye the Lord, alleluia Praise ye the Lord, alleluia Praise ye the Lord, alleluia Praise ye the Lord
ALL NIGHT, ALL DAY

All night, all day Angels watching over me, my Lord All night, all day Angels watching over me Now I lay me down to sleep Angels watching over me, my Lord Pray the Lord my soul to keep Angels watching over me If I die before I wake Angels watching over me, my Lord Pray the Lord my soul to take Angels watching over me If I live forever and a day Angels watching over me my Lord Pray the Lord guard me always Angels watching over me
ALL THINGS SHALL PERISH

All things shall perish from under the sky All things shall perish from under the sky Music alone shall live Music alone shall live Music alone shall live Never to die
ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT

Sleep, my child, and peace attend thee All through the night Guardian angels God will send thee All through the night Soft the drowsy hours are creeping

Hill and vale in slumber sleeping I my loving vigil keeping All through the night While the moon her watch is keeping All through the night While the weary world is sleeping All through the night O'er thy spirit gently stealing Visions of delight revealing Breathes a pure and holy feeling All through the night Though I roam a minstrel lonely All through the night My true harp shall praise thee only All through the night Love's young dream, alas! is over Yet my strains of love shall hover Near the presence of my lover All through the night Hark! A solemn bell is ringing Clear through the night Thou, my love, art heav'nward winging Home through the night Earthly dust from off the shaken Soul immortal shalt not waken With thy last dim journey taken Home through the night

AMAZING GRACE

Amazing grace! how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me! I once was lost, but now am found Was blind but now I see Twas grace that taught my heart to fear And grace my fears relieved How precious did that grace appear The hour I first believed Through many dangers, toils and snares I have already come Tis grace hath brought me safe thus far and grace will lead me home When we've been there ten thousand years bright shining as the sun We've no less days to sing God's Praise than when we first begun

Amazing grace has set me free To touch, to taste, to feel The wonders of accepting love Have made me whole and real AMERICA 1 . My country tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, of the I sing Land where my fathers died, Land of the Pilgrims' pride. From every mountainside, let freedom ring. 2. My native country, thee, Land of the noble free, Thy name I love. I love thy rocks and rills, Thy woods and templed hills . My heart with rapture thrills, Like that above. AMERICA (Appalachian Folksong) (Cindy) I wish I was an apple a-hanging on a tree And every time my Cindy passed, she'd take a bite of me. (CHORUS) Get along home, Cindy, Cindy [3 times], I'll marry you some day. . I wish I had a needle, as fine as I could sew, I'd sew that gal to my coat-tail And down the road I'd go. AMERICA (tune of Rose) America, America, ask not what she can do for you, Rather ask what you can do, for America. AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL O beautiful for spacious skies For amber waves of grain . For purple mountain majesties Above the fruited plain America, America God shed his grace on thee And crown thy good with brotherhood . From sea to shining sea.
ANIMAL FAIR

I went to the animal fair The birds and the beasts were there The big baboon by the light of the moon

Was combing his auburn hair The monkey fell out of his bunk, (clap) Slid down the elephant's trunk, weeeee The elephant sneezed and fell on his knees And that was the end of the monk, monk THE ANTS GO MARCHING [tune: Johnny Comes Marching Home) The ants go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrah! The ants go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrah! The ants go marching one by one, The little one stops to suck his thumb. (CHORUS) And they' ail go marching Down, and around and under the ground, By the drain and through the rain... The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah! The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah! The ants go marching two by two, The little one stops to tie his shoe. CHORUS The ants go marching three by three The little one stops to climb a tree. CHORUS The ants go marching four by four . The little one stops to shut the door. . CHORUS The ants go marching five by five The little one stops to take a dive. CHORUS The ants go marching six by six The little one stops to pick up sticks. CHORUS The ants go marching seven by seven The little one stops and prays to heaven. CHORUS . The ants go marching eight by eight The little one stops to shut the gate. CHORUS

The ants go marching nine by nine The little one stops to eat and dine. CHORUS The ants go marching ten by ten . The little one stops to say THE . END! APPLES AND BANANAS I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas (repeat all) What? (Sing using a, e, i, o, u, vowel sounds)
APPLE BLOSSOM TIME

I'll be with you in apple blossom time I'll be with you to change your name to mine Some day in May, I'll come back and say Happy the bride the sun shines on today What a wonderful wedding there will be What a wonderful day for you and me Church bells will chime, you will be mine In apple blossom time
ARE YOU PINK AND GREEN

Are you pink and green? Are you totally obscene? Can you pick your nose With your stubby little toes? Do your armpits smell? Are you hairy there as well? Do your teeth fall out? Does your belly button gleam? Does it let off purple steam? Is your earwax foul? Does your stomach groan and growl? Are your hands like jelly? Do they wobble like your belly? Do you look like me?
Army Rap

LEADER Girl Scout Brush and Girl Scout Comb Don't you wish that we we're home Hip-o hop-o, bring out the mop-o Left-o right-o left-o right

GIRLS Repeat Repeat Repeat Repeat

Sound off One more time now Bring it on down now 1, 2 I know a guy who flies a jet He hasn't learnt to land it yet (Repeat the last 6 lines from above) Girl Scout Girls, and Girl Scout Leaders Gosh, we sure are Great big eaters (Repeat the last lines from about) Girl Scout comb and Girl Scout Brush Don't you wish that we would HUSH (Repeat last 6 lines of above)

1, 2 3, 4 1,2,3,4 3,4 Repeat Repeat Repeat Repeat Repeat Repeat

THE ASH GROVE Down yonder, green valley, where stream lets meander When twilight is fading I pensively roam. Or at the bright noontide in solitude wander Amid the dark shades of The Lovely Ash Grove. Tis there where the blackbird is cheerfully singing Each warble enchants with his notes from the trees. Oh! then little think I of sorrows or sadness The Ash Grove enchanting spells beauty for me.
AULD LANG SYNE

Should old acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? Should old acquaintance be forgot, in days of auld lang syne? For auld lang syne, my dear, for auld lang syne We'll take a cup of kindness yet, for auld lang syne And here's a hand, my trusty friend, and give's a hand of thine We'll take a cup of kindness yet, for auld lang syne
THE ASH GROVE

The ash grove, how graceful, how plainly 'tis speaking The harp thro' it playing has language for me Whenever the light through its branches is breaking A host of kind faces is gazing on me The friends of my childhood again are before me Each step wakes a mem'ry as freely I roam With soft whispers laden its leaves rustle o'er me The ash grove, the ash grove alone is my home Down yonder green valley where streamlets meander

When twilight is fading, I pensively rove Or at the bright moontide in solitude wander Amid the dark shades of the lonely ash grove 'Tis there where the blackbird is cheerfully singing Each warbler enchants with his notes from a tree Ah then little think I of sorrow or sadness The ash grove entrancing spells beauty for me My laughter is over, my step loses lightness Old countryside measures steal soft on my ears I only remember the past and its brightness The dear ones I mourn for again gather here From out of the shadows their loving looks greet me And wistfully searching the leafy green dome I find other faces fond bending to greet me The ash grove, the ash grove alone is my home
AUNT RHODY

Go tell Aunt Rhody, go tell Aunt Rhody, Go tell Aunt Rhody, the old grey goose is dead! The one she's been saving, the one she's been saving, The one she's been saving to make a feather bed! Go tell Aunt Rhody, go tell Aunt Rhody, Go tell Aunt Rhody, the old grey goose is dead! She died in the millpond, she died in the millpond, She died in the millpond from standing on her head! Go tell Aunt Rhody, go tell Aunt Rhody, Go tell Aunt Rhody, the old grey goose is dead! The goslings are mourning, the goslings are mourning, The goslings are mourning because their mother's dead! Go tell Aunt Rhody, go tell Aunt Rhody, Go tell Aunt Rhody, the old grey goose is dead! The old gander's weeping, the old gander's weeping, The old gander's weeping because his mate is dead!
AVALON

I found my love in Avalon, beside the bay I left my love in Avalon, and sailed away I dream of her and Avalon, from dusk till dawn And so I think I'll travel on to Avalon
A Woman Stood by the Churchyard Wall

A woman stood by the churchyard wall Ooh__________ Ahh__________ The woman she was gaunt and tall Ooh__________ Ahh__________ A corpse was being carried in Ooh__________ Ahh__________

The corpse was very pale and thin Ooh__________ Ahh__________ The worms crawled in and the worms crawled out Ooh__________ Ahh__________ In at the nose and out of the snout Ooh__________ Ahh__________ The woman to the corpse said: Ooh__________ Ahh__________ "Shall I be like that when I am dead?" Ooh__________ Ahh__________ The corpse answered with a groan: SHRIEK!!! AN AUSTRIAN WENT YODELING 1. An Austrian went yodeling On a mountain so high When along came an (avalanche) Interrupting his cry. CHORUS Ho-Ii-he Ho-Ie-rah-he-he Ho-le-rah-cuckoo (3 times) (swoosh) . . Ho-le-rah-hi-hi-ah-ho 2. St. Bernard (arf, arf) (swoosh) 3. grizzly bear (Grr, arf, arf, swoosh) 4. Jersey cow (tss, tss, grr, arf, arf, swoosh) 5. Pretty Girl (Smack, smack, tss, tss, grr, arf, arf , swoosh) 6. Her Father (Bang, Bang, Smack, Smack, tss, tss, grr, arf, arf, swoosh) 7. A Girl Scout (Cookie, Sir?, Bang, Bang, Smack, Smack, tss, tss, grr , arf , arf, swoosh)
A YOUNG AUSTRIAN

A young Austrian went yodelling on the mountain so high When along came a cuckoo bird, interrupting his cry, yodel-ley-de Yodel-ley-de, Yodel-ley-de, cuckoo, cuckoo Yodel-ley-de, Yodel-ley-de, cuckoo, cuckoo Yodel-ley-de-o St. Bernard dog . . . Hahh, hahh (pant) Grizzly bear . . . Ahhh (fierce noise) Milking cow . . . Schhh (milking sound)

Pretty maid . . . Kiss, kiss (kiss hand) Her mother . . . Ahh (scream) Her father . . . BANG!
A, YOU'RE ADORABLE

A - You're adorable B - You're so beautiful C - You're a cutie full of charms D - You're a darling, and E - You're exciting, and F - You're a feather in my arms G - You look so good to me H - You're so heavenly I - You're the one I idolise J - We're like Jack and Jill K - You're so kissable L - Is the lovelight in your eyes M, N, O, P - I could go on all day Q, R, S, T - Alphabetically speaking, you're OK U - Make my life complete V - Means you're very sweet W, X, Y, Z - It's fun to wander through The alphabet with you To tell you what you mean to me!
BABY BUMBLE BEE

I've got a little baby bumble bee (cup hands) Won't my mummy be surprised at me I've got a little baby bumble bee Oo, ee, the bee stung me I'm squashing up my baby bumblebee (squash hands) Won't my mummy be surprised at me I'm squashing up my baby bumblebee Oo, ee, I'm all sticky I'm licking up my baby bumblebee (lick hands) Won't my mummy be surprised at me I'm licking up my baby bumblebee Oo, ee, the bee's in me I'm bringing up my baby bumblebee (be sick on 'bring') Won't my mummy be surprised at me I'm bringing up my baby bumblebee Oo, ee, there's my bee I'm digging up my baby bumblebee (digging action) Won't my mummy be surprised at me I'm digging up my baby bumblebee Oo, ee, there's no more bee!

BABY DUCK Oh wasn't it a bit of Iuck, That I was born a baby duck With yeIIow socks and yellow shoes, That I may go where're I choose. Quack, Quack, Quack, Quack Quack, Quack Quack, Quack Quack, Quack Yeah, Ducks!
BABY FACE

Baby face You've got the cutest little baby face There's not another one can take your place Baby face My poor heart is jumpin' You sure have started somethin' Baby face I'm up in Heaven when I'm in your fond embrace I didn't need a shove 'Cause I just fell in love With your pretty baby face
BALLIN' THE JACK

First you put your two knees close up tight Then you swing them to the left And you swing them to the right Step around the floor kind of nice and light And then you twist around and twist around With all of your might Stretch your lovin' arms way out in space You do the Eagle Rock with style and grace You put your left foot out and bring it back Now you're doing Ballin' the Jack
BANANAS, COCONUTS AND GRAPES

I like bananas, coconuts and grapes I like bananas, coconuts and grapes I like bananas, coconuts and grapes That's why they call me: TARZAN OF THE APES!
Sing three or four times: the first time loudly; the second time softly (except for the "Tarzan" part); the third time, whisper all but the "Tarzan" part; the last time, no one makes a sound until all shout in unison, 'TARZAN . . . . THE BAND PLAYED ON

Casey would waltz with the strawberry blond, and the band played on He'd glide 'cross the floor with the girl he adored, and band played on His brain was so loaded it nearly exploded

The poor girl would shake with alarm He married the girl with the strawberry curl, and the band played on
BARGES

Out of my window looking in the night I can see the barges' flickering light Silently flows the river to the sea And the barges too go silently Barges I would like to go with you I would like to sail the ocean blue Barges have you treasures in your hold? Do you fight with pirates brave and bold? Away from my window on into the night I will watch til they are out of sight Taking their cargo far across the sea I wish that someday they'd take me How my heart longs to sail away with you As you sail across the ocean blue But I must stay beside my ocean clear As I watch you sail away from here Out of my window looking in the night I can see the barges' flickering light Starboard shines green and port is glowing red You can see them flickering far ahead BARGES (CAMP VERSION) Out of my tent flap looking in the night. I can see the leaders having a fight. Silently go the pillows through the air. As the feathers they fly everywhere. Refrain: Leaders, I would like to fight with you I would like to throw a pillow or two Leaders, have you feathers up your nose Do you fight with campers brave and bold. BATS EAT BUGBATS EAT BUGSBATS EAT BUGSS CHORUS Bats eat bugs, they don't eat peopleBats eat bugs, they don't eat people,Bats eat bugs, they don't eat people, Bats eat bugs, they don't fly in your hair. Bats eat bugs, they eat insects for dinner, That's why they're flying up there. Coyotes eat rabbits, they don't eat people

Coyotes eat rabbits, 'cuz you're too big to bite, Coyotes eat rabbits, they eat rabbits for dinner, That's why they're out there in the night. CHORUS Snakes eat mice, they don't eat people Snakes eat mice, that's why they're on the ground, Snakes eat mice, 'cuz you're too big to swallow, So they don't want you hanging around. CHORUS Bears eat berries, they don't eat people, Bears eat berries, they don't eat you or me, Bears eat berries, but they'll steal your dinner, So you'd better hang it high in a tree. CHORUS Nothing out ther want to eat you, Nothing out there wants to make you it's meal. Nothing out there eats people for dinner, 'Cuz they know how sick they would feel. CHORUS
THE BATTERED ELM TREE

From out the battered elm tree The owl's cry we hear And from the distant forest The cuckoo answers clear Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo Mr Moon, Mr Moon your out too soon The sun is still in the sky Go back to bed and cover up your head And wait until the day draws nigh THE BEAR SONG. [tune: Sippin' Cider) The other day, I saw a bear Out in the woods, away out there. He looked at me I Iooked at him. He sized me up I sized up him. He said to me, "Why don't you run? I see you ain't, got any gun." .

I said to him "That's a good idea." Come on now feet Iet's up and flee. And so I ran, away from there, But right behind, me came that bear. And then I saw ahead of me A great big tree Oh mercy me! The Iowest branch, was ten feet up. I’ll have to jump, and trust my luck. And so I jumped into the air, But I missed that branch away up there. Now don't you fret, and don't you frown, I caught that branch, on the way back down. That's all there is, there ain't no more Unless I see that bear once more.
THE BEAR WENT OVER THE MOUNTAIN

The bear went over the mountain The bear went over the mountain The bear went over the mountain To see what he could see To see what he could see And all that he could see And all that he could see Was the other side of the mountain The other side of the mountain The other side of the mountain Was all that he could see
BEAUTIFUL DREAMER

Beautiful dreamer, wake unto me Starlight and dewdrops are waiting for thee Sounds of the rude world heard in the day Lulled by the moonlight, have all passed away Beautiful dreamer, queen of my song List while I woo thee with soft melody Gone are the cares of life's busy throng Beautiful dreamer, awake unto me! Beautiful dreamer, awake unto me! BEAVER ONE, BEAVER ALL (CHANT)
Beaver Teeth: the first two fingers of each hand rather like 'quotes in the air', while making the 'beaver sound' - a kind of click with tongue/teeth - like calling a cat (!) but that's the best way to explain it - similar to 'tut, tut' sound that you make to reprimand someone... to the rhythm 'sssl' (s=short l=long) like 'a ram sam sam' rhythm

Beaver one, beaver all, let's all do the beaver call! Beaver teeth left then right twice. Beaver two, beaver three, let's all climb the beaver tree! Beaver teeth climbing up in the air. Beaver four, Beaver five, let's all do the beaver jive! Beaver teeth - one hand forward, one back then swap (do a 'jive'!) Beaver six, Beaver seven, let's all go to beaver heaven! Beaver teeth above head. Beaver eight, Beaver nine, stop hand forward in stop sign! It's beaver time! Beaver teeth in clockwise circle in front of you Beaver nine, Beaver ten, Let's all do this song again!
(Substitute 'not' for 'all' when you can't take any more!)

BED IS TOO SMALL

Bed is too small for my tired-ness Give me a hill topped with trees Tuck a cloud up under my chin Lord , blow the smoke out please Rock me to sleep in a cradle of dreams, Sing me a lullaby of leaves. Tuck a cloud up under my chin, Lord, blow the smoke out please
THE BEETLES AND THE BEDBUGS

I woke up monday morning and looked upon the wall The beetles and the bedbugs were having a game of ball The score was six to nothing the beetles were a hit That knocked me out of bed Singing ennie meenie minnie moe Catch a wiggle worm by the toe If it hollers let it go Singing ennie meenie minnie moe I woke up tuesday morning and looked upon the wall The beetles and the bedbugs were having a game of ball The score was six to nothing the beetles were a hit That knocked me out of bed Singing ennie meenie minnie moe Catch a wiggle worm by the toe If it hollers let it go Singing ennie meenie minnie moe And so on, until.. I woke up sunday morning and looked upon the wall The beetles and the bedbugs were all gone to church!

BE KIND TO YOUR WEB FOOTED FRIENDS

Be kind to your web-footed friends For a duck may be somebody's mother Who lives all alone in a swamp Where it's very cold and damp You might think that this is the end Well it's not caus' I know another stanza Be kind to your web-footed friends For that cop may be Dick Tracy's brother Who lives all alone on the beat On a dark and dingy street You might think that this is the end Well, Why not!
BELLS OF ST. MARY'S

The bells of St. Mary's, I hear they are calling The young loves, the true loves, who come from the sea And so my beloved, when red leaves are falling The love bells shall ring out, ring out, for you and me BE PREPARED Be prepared! That's the Boy Scout's marching song Be prepared! As through life you march along Be prepared to hold your liquor pretty well Don't write naughty words on walls if you can't spell Be prepared! To hide that pack of cigarettes Don't make book if you cannot cover bets Keep that pot hidden where you're sure that it will not be found And be careful not to turn on when the scoutmaster's around For he only will insist that it be shared Be prepared! Be prepared! That's the Boy Scouts' solemn creed Be prepared! And be clean in word and deed Don't solicit for your sister, that's not nice Unless you get a good percentage of the price Be prepared! And be careful not to do Your good deeds when there's no one watching you If you're looking for adventure of a new and different kind And you come across a Girl Scout who is similarly inclined Don't be nervous, don't be flustered, don't be scared Be prepared!
BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON

Beyond the blue horizon Waits a beautiful day Goodbye to things that bore me Joy is waiting for me

I see a new horizon My life has only begun Beyond the blue horizon Like a setting sun BILLBOARD As I was walking down the street, One dark and dreary day I came upon a billboard and. much to my dismay , The sign was torn and tattered From the storm the night before. The wind and rain had done its share for this is what I saw.. Drink Coca-Cola cigarettes, Chew Wrigley's spearmint beer. KenneI Ration dog food makes your wife's complexion clear , Simonize your baby with a Hershey's candy bar, . And Texaco's the beauty cream that's used by all the stars. So, take your next vacation in a brand new Frigidaire, Learn to play the piano in your Granny's [or winter) underwear , Doctors say that babies should smoke 'till they are 3, And people over 65 should bathe in Lipton tea (WITH FLOW-THRU TEA BAGS) [last line is sung slowly)
BILL BAILEY, WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME

Won't you come home, Bill Bailey - Won't you come home? She moans the whole day long I'll do the cooking, honey, I'll pay the rent I know I've done you wrong Remember that rainy evening I threw you out With nothing but a fine tooth comb? I know I'm to blame, well, ain't that a shame? Bill Bailey, won't you please come home?
BILL GROGAN'S GOAT

Bill Grogan's goat (echo - was feeling fine) Ate two red shirts (echo - right off the line) I took a stick, gave him whack And tied him to a railroad track The whistle blew, the train grew nigh Now that poor goat was doomed to die He gave a shriek of mortal pain Coughed up that shirt, flagged down train
BINGO

There was a man who had a dog And Bingo was his name O

There was a man who had a dog And Bingo was his name O B.I.N.G.O. B.I.N.G.O. B.I.N.G.O. And Bingo was his name O
BIRDY

Early in the morning (echo) When I'm fast asleep (echo) I hear a little birdy That goes cheep cheep Now this little birdy Has a funny name It... was... Auga flauga feega flooga,ishga nauga neega nooga auga flauga feega flooga birdy
BIRTH OF THE BLUES

They heard the breeze in the trees Singing weird melodies And they made that The start of the Blues And from a jail came the wail Of a downhearted frail And they played that As part of the Blues From a whippoorwill out on a hill They took a new note Pushed it through a horn 'Til it was worn Into a blue note And then they nursed it Rehearsed it And gave out the news That the southland gave birth to the Blues BLACK BEAR [tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic) As one black bear backed up the bank, The other black bear backed down. CHORUS: Glory, glory how peculiar [repeat three times after each verse] As one pink porpoise popped up the pole, The other pink porpoise popped down. As one slick snake slid up the slide,

The other slick snake slid down. As one flick fly flew up the flu, The other flick fly flew down.
BLACKCROW'S SPIRIT

Blackcrow's spirit in the happy hunting ground Blackcrow's spirit in the happy hunting ground Blackcrow's spirit in the happy hunting ground But he's ever so far away Hia Hia Hiawatha Mini Mini Mini Ha Ha Hia Hia Hiawatha But he's ever so far away
BLACK SOCKS

Black socks, they never get dirty The more that you wear them, the stronger they get Someday, I think I will change them But something inside me keeps saying not yet, not yet, not yet . . .
(Typically sung as a round) BLACK VELVET BAND

Her eyes they shine like the diamonds You'd think she was Queen of the land And her hair hung over her shoulder Tied up with a black velvet band As I went walking on Broadway Not tending to stay very long I met with a quarrelsome damsel As she came tripping along And what she pulled out of her pocket And slipped right into my hand On the very first day that I met her Bad luck to her black velvet band Bless This House (Eidelweiss) Bless this house, bless this bread Come oh Lord and sit with us May our hearts grow with peace Come with your love and surround us Friendship and love may they bloom and grow Bloom and grow forever Bless our friends, bless us all Bless all [ . . . ] Scouts forever BLOWIN' IN THE WIND

How many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man Yes, 'n' How many seas must a white dove sail before she sleeps in the sand? Yes 'n' How many times must the cannon balls fly before they're forever banned CHORUS The answer my friend is blowin' in the wind, The answer is blowin' in the wind. How many times must a man look up before he can see the sky.? Yes 'n' How many ears must one man have before he can hear people cry. Yes 'n' How many deaths will it. take 'tiII he knows that too many people have . died? CHORUS How many years can a mountain exist before it is washed to the sea? Yes 'n' How many years can some people exist before they're allowed to be free? Yes , n' How many times can a man turn his head pretending he just doesn't . see? CHORUS
Blow the Man Down

As I was a-walking down Paradise Street Way! Hey! Blow the man down! A pretty young damsel I chanced for to meet Give me some time to blow the man down Says she to me "Will you stand a treat?" Way! Hey! Blow the man down! "Delighted," says I, "For a charmer so sweet" Give me some time to blow the man down!
BLOW, YE WINDS

Oh, a ship was all rigg'd and ready for sea And all of her sailors were fishes to be. So, blow ye winds westerly, westerly blow We're bound for the south'ard, so steady she goes Oh, first came the herring, the kind of the sea He jumped on the poop, "I'll be captain," said he The next was a flat fish, they call him the skate: "If you be the captain, why, sure, I'm the mate" The next came the hake, as black as a rook Says he, "I'm no sailor, I'll ship as the cook" The next came the shark, with his two rows of teeth: "Cook mind the cabbage, and I'll mind the beef" And then came the codfish, with his chuckle head He jumped in the chains, began heaving the lead The next came the flounder, as flat as the ground: "Damn your eyes, chuckhead, mind how you sound" The next comes the mack'rel with his striped back He jumped to the waist for to board the main tack And then came the sprat, the smallest of all

He jumped on the poop, and cried, "Main topsail haul!"
BLUE SKIES

Blue skies smiling at me Nothing but blue skies do I see Bluebirds singing a song Nothing but blue skies all day long Never saw the sun shining so bright Never saw things going so right Noticing the days hurrying by When you're in love, my how they fly Blue days, all of them gone Nothing but blue skies from now on
BLUE-TAIL FLY

When I was young and used to wait On master and hand him his plate Pass down the bottle when he got dry And brush away the Blue-Tail fly Jimmy crack corn and I don't care Jimmy crack corn and I don't care Jimmy crack corn and I don't care My master's gone away And when he rode in the afternoon I follow with a hick'ry broom The pony being very shy When bitten by the Blue-Tail fly One day he rode around the farm The flies so numerous they did swarm One chanced to bite him on the thigh The devil take that Blue-Tail fly The pony ran, he jumped, he pitched He threw my master in the ditch He died, the jury wondered why The verdict was the Blue-Tail fly They laid him under a 'Simon' tree His epitaph is there to see "Beneath this stone I'm forced to lie A victim of the Blue-Tail fly" BOA CONSTRICTOR SONG I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor And I don't like it one little bit Oh, no, he's got my toe O gee, O gee, he's up to my knee Oh, my, Oh, my, he's reached my thigh

O fiddle, O fiddle, he's at my middle Oh heck, Oh heck, he's up to my neck O dread, O dread, He's got my GULP!!! BOG IN THE VALLEY-O CHORUS Ho, Ro, The rattlin' bog, the bog down in the valley-o Ho, Ro, The rattlin' bog, the bog down in the valley-o. 1 . Now in this bog there was a tree, a rare tree, a rattlin' tree. A tree in the bog, the bog down in the valley-o. CHORUS 2. Now on this tree there was a limb, a rare limb, a rattlin' Iimb. A Iimb on the tree, and the tree in the bog, and the bog down in the valley-o. . CHORUS 3. Now on this limb there was a branch, etc. CHORUS 4. Now on this branch there was a twig, etc. CHORUS 5. Now on this twig there was a leaf, etc. CHORUS 6. Now on this leaf there was a bug, etc. CHORUS 7. Now on this bug there was a hair, etc. CHORUS
BOOM BOOM

Boom boom but it's great to be crazy Boom boom but it's great to be crazy Giddy and foolish all day long Boom boom but it's great to be crazy Way down south where bananas grow A flea stepped on an elephant’s toe The elephant cried, with tears in his eyes Pick on someone your own size A horse and a flea and three blind mice Sat on a curb stone shooting dice The horse fell off and sat on the flea Whoops! said the flea, there's a horse on me Elliah, Elliah, he sells socks, ten cents a pair A dollar a box, the longer you wear 'em The stronger they get Put 'em in the water and they don't get wet A man bought a pair of combination underwear Wore them nine months without any care Wore them nine months without hesitation

Couldn't get them off, 'cause he lost the combination
BOTTLE OF POP

One bottle of pop, two bottles of pop Three bottles of pop, four bottles of pop Five bottles of pop, six bottles of pop Seven, seven, bottles of pop, pop!
B-P SPIRIT

I've got that B-P spirit Right in my head Right in my head Right in my head I've got that B-P spirit right in my head Right in my head to stay Other Verses: Deep in my heart All round my feet All over me
BRADY BUNCH - JOINING TROOPS Here's the story, of some super Girl Scouts, Who were busy with a troop they called their own. They all had vests of green, like their leader, And a Girl Scout Pin. Here's the story, of some more great Girl Scouts, Who were also busy with their own troop, too. They were ___ (#) girls, meeting together, Yet they felt all alone. 'Till the one day when the one troop met the other, And they knew that it was much more than a hunch, That these groups might somehow form a big troop, And that's the way they became Troop ____(#). Troop ____ (#) Troop ____ (#), That's the way they became Troop ____ (#)!!!!! Lynn Chaput, Junior Leader & SUM, Central Mass. BRAVO BRAVISSIMO

Bravo, Bravo, Bravo, Bravissimo Bravo, Bravo, Jolly well done Bravo, Bravissimo Bravo, Bravissimo Bravo, Bravissimo, Jolly well done BREADBASKET With my hand on myself

What is this here This is my head thinker My mamma dear Head thinker , head thinker Nicky, nicky, nicky noo, That's what I learned . in their school. (Start at top of head and repeat with each part of the body) . Sweat boxer, eye blinker, nose blower, food chewer, chin chopper, neck stretcher, chest thumper, boy hugger, bread basket, knee bender boy kicker
BRETON FISHERMAN'S PRAYER

Protect me O Lord for my boat is so small Protect me O Lord for my boat is so small My boat is so small and your sea is so wide Protect me O Lord
BRINGING MARY HOME

I was driving down a lonely road a dark and stormy night When a little girl by the roadside showed up in my headlights I stopped and she got in the back and in a shakey tone She said my name is Mary please won't you take me home? She must have been so frightened all alone there in the night There was something strange about her cause her face was deathly white She sat so pale and quiet in the back seat all alone I never will forget the night I took Mary home I pulled into the driveway where she told me to go Got out to help her from the car and opened up the door But I just could not believe my eyes the back seat it was bare I looked all around the car but Mary wasn't there A light shone from the porch someone opened the door As I walked toward the house I wondered more and more What happened to the little girl so frightened and forlorn Could I have just been dreaming bringing Mary home? I walked up to the lady who was standing in the door And asked about the little girl that I was looking for She gently smiled and with her hand she brushed a tear away And said it sure was nice of you to go out of your way But thirteen years ago today in a wreck just down the road Our darling Mary lost her life and we still miss her so Thank you for your troubles and the kindness you have shown You're the thirteenth one who's been here bringing Mary home

THE BRITISH GRENADIERS

Some talk of Alexander And some of Herculese Of Hector and Lysander And such great names as these Of them and their commanders There's none that can compare With a tow row row row row row row For the British Grenadiers BROWNIE HIKING SONG We are the happy Brownies. We are the busy elves. We love to help each other, And, of course, we help ourselves. We wake up in the morning with A smile upon each face, And even if things don't go right, We keep that smile in place. We're the happy Brownies! BROWNlE MAGIC Cross your little fingers, Stand upon your toes. That's a bit of magic every Brownie knows. Now we are all standing in a forest glade Listen very carefully, See the magic made. Uncross your little fingers, Down from off your toes Then the magic goes away, Everybody knows BROWNIE SMILE SONG I’ve something in my pocket It belongs across my face . I keep it very close at hand ln a most convenient place. I'm sure you couldn’t guess it If you guessed a long, long while . So, I'll take it out and put it on It's a great big BROWNlE SMlLE
BUBBLEGUM SONG

My mom gave me a penny She said "go buy a henny" But I didn't buy a henny Instead I bought bubblegum

Bazooka zooka bubblegum Bazooka zooka bubblegum Bazooka zooka bubblegum 2. nickel/pickle 3. dime/lime 4. quarter/water 5. dollar/collar (alternate buck/Duck) My mom gave me a five She said to stay alive But I didn't stay alive Instead I choked on bubblegum.... Bazooka zooka bubblegum Bazooka zooka bubblegum. BUG JUICE (On Top of Old Smokey) At camp with the Girl Scouts, They gave us a drink, We thought it was Kool-Aid, Because it was pink. But the thing that they told us, Would have grossed out a moose, For that good tasting pink drink, Was really bug juice. It looked fresh and fruity, Like tasty Kool-Aid, But the bugs that were in it, were murdered with Raid. We drank by the gallons, We drank by the ton, But then the next morning, We all had the runs. Next time you drink bug juice, And a fly drives you mad, He's just getting even, Because you swallowed his dad. BUDDIES AND PALS (ROUND) You and me, we’re gonna be partners You and me, we’re gonna be pals You and me, we’re gonna be partners

Buddies and pals. From now on… Till the end… You and me… BUNKUM (My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean) Now Gavin inspected the Eagles And afterwards mentioned to me "Their campsite is utterly spotless" It sounded like bunkum to me Now Craig went to Boks for supper He said you make jolly good tea They said "It's not tea Craig it's soup Craig" It tasted like bunkum you see The Scouters are terribly hunky Their SWAT team is scary to see The women are flocking around them It all sounds like bunkum to me The PLs were sweating and slaving To dig a new lavatory The Scouts kept on filling the old ones They're all full of bunkum you see
BYE BYE BLACKBIRD

Pack up all my cares and woe Here I go, singing low Bye bye blackbird Where somebody waits for me Sugar's sweet, so is she Bye bye blackbird No one here can love and understand me Oh, what hard luck stories they all hand me Make my bed and light the light I'll arrive late tonight Blackbird, bye bye
BY THE LIGHT OF MY SCOUT FLASHLIGHT

(By the Light of the Silvery Moon) By the light of my Scout flashlight Wish I could see, what it was that just bit my knee Batteries, why-y did you fail me? The chance is slim, the chance is slight I can last through the night, with my Scout flashlight
BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON

By the light of the silvery moon I want to spoon

To my honey I'll croon love's tune Honey moon, keep a-shining in June Your silvery beams will bring love dreams We'll be cuddling soon By the silvery moon
CADENCE 1

Juliette Gordon Low Started Girl Scouts long ago 1912 that was the year That the Girl Scouts first met here (Break can be put in between each 4 line "verse" or whereever you think appropriate) Girl Scouts 1, 2 Girl Scouts 3, 4 Bring it on up 1& 2& 3& 4 Bring it on Down 4, 3, 2, 1 1, 2........ 3, 4 They did learn and they did play Helping people every day Then their numbers they were few Now they include me and you (Break) Millions strong are we right now Want to join I'll tell you how Make the Promise with your heart Keep our Law right from the start (Break) Hiking, biking, camping too Resting only when we're through We have fun when ‘ere we're out And we're glad to be Girl Scouts (Break) Helping out where ‘ere we go Girl Scouts sure are in the know Daisies at the age of 5 Show their joy to be alive (Break) Brownies work on their Try-its Seeing how their whole world fits.

Juniors do their worlds explore Planning much and wanting more (Break) Cadettes do on their Silver work (Cadettes must be said fast to make this fit) Do it all and never shirk Seniors working on their Gold They are proud and they are bold (break) Leaders always on the go Cause they never can say no. Through it all we want to shout YES WE'RE PROUD TO BE GIRL SCOUTS
(By Laurie Schultz, Tarheel Triad GSC) GIRL SCOUT CADENCE 2

I don't know but I've been told, All Girl Scouts are good as gold. I am one, and I say its true, Scouting's great for me and you. Chorus: Sound off: 1 , 2 , Sound off: 3 , 4 , Bring it on down: 1,2,3, 4, 1, 2, - 3, 4 Daisy has a disc of blue, They are Scouts that are brand new. They are cute and they are sweet Daisy Scouts are fun to meet. Brownies have a disc of green They are second on the scene. They wear a uniform that's brown, Their smile song can erase a frown. Junior level is the next, A yellow disc is on their vest. They say that camping is big fun, And they earn badges one by one. Cadettes are teens that care a lot,

Their service projects hit the spot. A white disc is the one they wear, The name Girl Scout they're proud to wear. Senior discs are red, I know. They are Girl Scouts on the go. With Wider Opportunities, Some Girl Scouts go overseas. Leaders have no disc at all, They come all sizes big and small. They share their time and talents too. They make Girl Scouting great for you.
GIRL SCOUT CADENCE 3

We are Girl Scouts-can't you see? Come along and sing with me. Sound off -- We are Sound off -- Girl Scouts Sound off -- We are Girl Scouts. We are -- GIRL SCOUTS We are Girl Scouts don't you know? Exercise will help us grow. Sound off-- We are Sound off -- Girl Scouts Sound off -- We are Girl Scouts. We are -- GIRL SCOUTS We are Girl Scouts, we have fun. We all like to scream and run. Sound off-- We are Sound off -- Girl Scouts Sound off -- We are Girl Scouts. We are -- GIRL SCOUTS Girl Scouts are the best around. We have friends all over town. Sound off-- We are Sound off -- Girl Scouts Sound off -- We are Girl Scouts. We are -- GIRL SCOUTS On my honor, we do try, This Promise is what we live by.

Sound off-- We are Sound off -- Girl Scouts Sound off -- We are Girl Scouts. We are -- GIRL SCOUTS
GIRL SCOUT CADENCE (FOR JUNIORS)

Mama , Mama can't you see Repeat What the Girl Scout's done to me Repeat Took away my Favorite Jeans Repeat Now I'm wearing Girl Scout Greens Repeat Sound off one, two Sound off three, four Bring it on down one, two, three, four, One, Two, Three, Four
CALIFORNIA HERE I COME

California here I come Right back where I started from Where towers of flowers bloom in the sun Each morning at dawning Birdies sing and everything A sunkissed miss said, "Don't be late" That's why I can hardly wait Open up that golden gate California, here I come
THE CALLIOPE

Divide the group into four or five parts. Start the groups off one at a time, bringing in the next as the one before gets going. 1st part sings: Um-pah-pah 2nd part sings: Um-sss-sss 3rd part sings: Um-peep-peep 4th part sings: Um-tweedle-tweedle The rest of the group sings the melody of a suitable tune, such as "Daisy, Daisy," "East Side, West Side," "In the Good Old Summertime," or "The More We Get Together" CAMP ARNOLD SONG (You're a Grand Old Flag) You're a grand old camp, you're a wonderful camp And you always and always will be When we're here with you, our dreams come true

Camp Arnold we're faithful to thee We have watched you grow, we have told you hello And we never will say goodbye Our hearts are true, we're all for you Camp Arnold will never die -- Hey! (You might want to substitute your favourite camp here)
CAMPFIRES BURNING

Campfires burning, campfires burning Draw nearer, draw nearer In the gloaming, in the gloaming Come sing and be merry CAMPING (1) (Daisy) Camping, camping, that's what we like to do Ev'ry summer, we're off for a week or two We never mind the weather As long as we're together But we don't approve of no room to move In a hike-tent that's built for two CAMPING (2) (Strolling) When we're camping, just camping In the warmth of the summer air We don't envy the rich, in their caravanettes For a caravan is cheating With hot water and central heating When we're camping, just camping With the light of the moon above Every summer you will find us With our city life behind us When were camping out that's what we love
CAMPIN' IN THE RAIN [ Singin' in the Rain]

I'm campin' in the rain, just campin' in the rain. The tent and campfire are soggy again. The clouds in the sky are making me cry. My waterlogged shoes may never get dry. All the mud in the place is stuck on my face. The frogs and the turtles are starting to race. Oh, what should I do? I need a canoe. A webbed--footed weasel swam off with my shoe.

I'm campin' in the rain; just campin' in the rain. The good doctor said I've got water on the brain. I can't light the fire. I'm stuck in the mire. The lightning just knocked down the telephone wire. I'm drownin' in the rain; just drownin' in the rain. Won't it please stop raining --- I hate to complain. My sleeping bag's wet. I'm starting to fret. My life jacket wasn't the thing to forget. I'm campin' in the rain; just campin' in the rain. What a glorious feeling! Someone just plugged the drain. The pre--cip--i--tate will now dis--a--pate. The sun soon will dry up the puddle I hate. No more campin' in the rain.
CAMPTOWN RACES

De camptown ladies sing dis song, Doo-da, doo-da De camptown racetrack five miles long, Oh! Doo-da! Day! I come down dah wad my hat caved in, Doo-da, doo-da I go back home wad a pocket full of tin, Oh! Doo-da! Day! Wine to run all nice, wine to run all day! I'll bet my money on de bob tail nag Somebody bet on de bay De long tail filly and de big black hoss De fly de track and dey both cut across De blind hoss stickin' in a big mud hole Can't touch de bottom wid a ten foot pole Old muley cow come on to de track De bob tail fling her over his back Den fly along like a railroad car And run a race wid a shootin' star See dem flyin' on a ten mile heat Round de track, den repeat I win my money on de bob tail nag I keep my money in an old tow bag CAMP SONG [tune: I Don't Want No More of Army Life) The ice cream that they give you They say is very fine, But when you go to eat it, lt tastes Iike turpentine. (CHORUS) Oh I don't want to go to Girl Scout camp.

Gee Mom, I wanna go But they won't let me go, Gee Mom, I wanna go home. The bathrooms... But when you go to use them you need the 4O9. CHORUS The donuts... But one rolled off the table, And killed a friend of mine. CHORUS The leaders... But when they take their makeup off, they look like Frankenstein. CHORUS First Aiders... No matter what ails you, they treat it . with iodine. CHORUS The tents... . if they don't fall on you, they leak all the time. CHORUS
CAMP VESPER HYMN

God of the night, the stars, the skies Catch o'er the fires, of day Be with us as the sunset dies, and colours fade away May incense from our campfires Bear our gratitude to you in prayer Most days begin with songs of birds And meadows bright with dew With breezes blowing free and clean beneath a sky of blue Our meals combined with songs and fun Bring friendship to everyone CAN AWOMAN (Sung to the tune of She'll be coming around the mountain.) Can a woman fly an airplane? . Yes she can , yes she can Can a woman build a building? Yes she can, yes she can Can a woman fight a fire, can a woman change a tire,

Can a woman lead a choir? Yes she can, yes. she can. Can a woman be a lawyer? Yes she can, yes she can Can a woman fix an engine? Yes she can, yes she can Can a woman be a drummer, can a woman be a plumber Can she play ball in the summer? Yes she can, yes she can. Can a woman be a doctor.? Yes she can, yes she can Can a woman drive a tractor? . Yes she can, yes she can Can a woman lead a nation, can she run a TV station Can she head a corporation? Yes she can, yes she can. Just you wait until we're older then you'll see We'll be women in tomorrow's history As we grow up through the years We will sing out loud and clear Can we start the process here? Yes we can, yes we can!
CANADIAN VESPERS

Softly at the close of day As our campfire fades away Silently each Cub/Guide should ask Have I done my daily task Have I kept my honour bright Shall I guiltless sleep tonight Have I done and have I dared Everything to 'Be Prepared' CANNIBAL KING Cannibal King with his big nose ring Fell in love with his hoola dame And every night by the pale moonlight Across the lake he came They hugged and kissed in the dusky mist By the shade of a bamboo tree And every night he stole a kiss It sounded like this to me Tiddly-um (kiss sound twice) Tiddly-um (kiss sound twice) Tiddly-um diddly-ei-de-aye Tiddly-um (kiss sound twice) Tiddly-um (kiss sound twice) Tiddly-um diddly-ei-de-aye THE CAT CAME BACK (A jug band accompanies this song)

CHORUS . Oh the cat came back the very next day. Oh the cat came back, They thought he was a goner but the cat came back he just couldn’t stay away, away, away. 1. Old Mr. Johnson had troubles all his own. He had an old cat that wouldn’t leave his home. He tried and tried to give the cat away Gave it to a man going far, far away. But... CHORUS 2. Gave it to a man going up in a baIloon. Told him to take it to the man in the moon. The balloon came down bout forty miles away. What happened to that man weII I just couldn't say . But... CHORUS 3. Gave it to a little boy for a doIIar note ToId him to take him down the river in a boat They tied the rope around his neck, lt must have weighed a pound Now they drag the river for the little boy who drowned. But ... CHORUS 4. Gave it to some Boy Scouts to cook in a pot. They put him in the water when the water got hot. The cat didn't make a very good stew lt killed all the Boy Scouts and their counselors, too. But... CHORUS 5. Then to the Girl Scouts they gave the old cat. Told them to throw him down in the Iat The latrine caved in, the girls are all gone. There was no one there but the odor Iingered on . But... CHORUS 6. The A bomb fell the very next day, the H bomb fell not very far away. Russia went, China went and then the USA. The human race was ended without a chance to pray But... CHORUS .

CECIL

Cecil was a caterpillar, Cecil was my friend The last time I saw Cecil he was *this* big fingers about an inch apart I said "Ooh, Cecil! What have you done?" And Cecil Said "I've eaten all the cabbages in the garden" Cecil was a caterpillar, Cecil was my friend The last time I saw Cecil he was *this* big
Hands about six inches apart

I said "Ooh, Cecil! What have you done?" And Cecil Said "I've eaten all the cabbages in the street"
And so on, until Cecil is so big that you have to run across the circle to indicate size, and Cecil's eaten all the cabbages in the Universe

Cecil was a caterpillar, Cecil was my friend The last time I saw Cecil he was *this* big fingers about an inch apart I said "Ooh, Cecil! What have you done?" And Cecil Said: "I've been sick" CELEBRATION Life is for living, and love is for giving,Life is for living, and love is for giving,Life is for living, and love is for giving, And joy is for passing a-round. Join hands with each other, and love one another, And let's let the music abound. Life is too short to waste it on gloom. Chances for love slip away so soon. So join hands with each other, and love one an-other, And let's cele-brate this new day. CHAIRS TO MEND Mackerel, fresh mackerel Chairs to mend. old chairs to mend Any old rags, any old rags CHECKMATE (God Save The Queen) King George, he had a date, He stayed out very late, He was the King. Queen Mary paced the floor; King George came home at four, She met him at the door

God save the King.
CHEESE

It's cheese, it's cheese, it's cheese that makes the mice go round It's cheese, it's cheese, it's cheese that makes the mice go round It's cheese, it's cheese, it's cheese that makes the mice go round It's cheese that makes the mice go round It's mice, it's mice, it's mice that make the cats go round . . . It's cats, it's cats, it's cats that make the dogs go round . . . It's dogs, it's dogs, it's dogs that make the boys go round . . . It's boys, it's boys, it's boys that make the girls go round . . . It's girls, it's girls, it's girls that make the love go round . . . It's love, it's love, it's love that make the world go round . . . And so you see: it's really cheese It's cheese, it's cheese that makes the world go round . .
CHARMIN' BETSY

CHORUS:(All Around the Mountain )CHORUS:(All Around the Mountain )CHORUS: All around the mountain, Charmin' Betsy...BetsyAll around the mountain, Charmin' Betsy...Betsy,All around the mountain, Charmin' Betsy...Betsy, All around the mountain, Laura Lee; If I never see you again, May the good Lord re-member me. Yeehah! Now city girls, they wear those high heel shoes, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls wear old hiking boots But they get there just the same. CHORUS Now city girls, they wear those fancy dresses, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls wear bib overalls But they get there just the same. CHORUS Now city girls, they wear those lacy bras, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls just let it all hang out But they get there just the same. CHORUS Now country girls, they wear those bathing suits, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls wear nothing at all But they get there just the same. CHORUS Now, country girls, they drive them fancy cars, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls just hop on a horse But they get there just the same. CHORUS Now city girls, they use those flush toilets, Country girls, they use the same;

Mountain girls find an old friendly bush But they get there just the same. CHORUS Now, city girls, they use that French perfume, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls go au natural But they get there just the same.
CHESTNUT TREE

Under the spreading chestnut tree, where I held you on my knee We'll be happy as can be; under the spreading chestnut tree The first time through, sing the words as written. The second time, omit the word "tree" and instead imitate tree branches with upward and outward hand motions. The next time, also omit "nut" and tap the top of the head. Then, omit "chest" but pat the chest. Then, omit "spreading" and instead spread hands apart, etc. Replace "happy" with a scowl and growl. At the finish, almost half the song will be gestures CHICKEN "C" that's the way it begins. "H" that's the second Ietter in. "I" I am the third and "C" I'm the fourth letter in that bird. Oh, " K" l'm filling in, "E" I'm near the "N". . Oh, C H I C K E N, that's the way you spell chicken. Oh, Rufus Rafus Johnson Brown, What'cha gonna do when the rent comes 'round? What 'cha gonna say, what 'cha gonna . pay? What 'cha gonna do on the Judgement . Day? Oh, you know, I know, rent means dough. LandIord'll throw you out in the snow. Oh, Rufus Rafus Johnson Brown, . What 'cha gonna do when the rent comes 'round? (You're gonna freeze!) THE CHIGGER (POLLY WOLLY DOODLE) Oh, there was a little chigger And he wasn't much bigger Than the head of a tiny pin But the bump he raises

Just itches like the blazes And that's where the scratch co mes in But the bump he raises Just itches like the blazes And that's where the scratch comes in
C-C-C-CHIGGER [Tune: K-K-Katy]

C-c-c-chigger, horrible chigger, You're the only b-b-b-bug that I abhor. When the m-m-moon shines over the campsite, I will scratch my b-b-b-bites until they're sore. C-c-c-chicken, a la-la king-en, You're so g-g-g-good I want some more. When b-banquet is all over, I'll be waiting at the b-b-b-bathroom door. G-g-g-grapefruit, belligerent grapefruit, You're the only f-f-f-fruit that I detest. When I sp-spoon you from the rind, All the j-j-j-juice squirts right out on my vest. I-i-i-ice cream, c-c-c-cake-um, You're the very f-f-f-food that I adore. When I've f-finished with my salad, Please come through the k-k-k-kitchen door. THE CHINESE FAN My ship came from China with a cargo of tea, All laden with treasures for you and for me. lt brought me a fan; just imagine my bliss As I fan myself gaily Iike this, like this, Iike this, Iike this. (fan right hand) REPEAT. fan with both hands fan with both hands, sweep right foot back & forth fan with both hands, sweep both feet back and forth fan with both hands, sweep both feet back and forth, nod head back and forth
CHINESE FAN

My ship sailed from China with a cargo of tea

All laden with presents for you and for me They brought me a fan, just imagine my bliss When I fan myself going like this, like this, like this, like this Verse 1 - Fan with right hand Verse 2 - Fan with both hands crossing Verse 3 - Fan with both hands and right foot Verse 4 - Fan with both hands and both feet Verse 5 - As above plus nodding slowly CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES (CHORUS) ChocoIate ship cookies, you gotta have more. You can bake 'em in the oven or buy 'em at the store. But whatever you do, have 'em ready at the door , And I'II Iove you forever more. Boom, boom, boom . They're made out of sugar, .butter and flour, You can bake 'em in the oven in about half an hour . . But the thing that gives them their magical power Is the chocolate chips inside. Boom, boom, boom. CHORUS You can't eat one, you can't eat two. Once you start chewing, there's nothing you can do. But to clean the plate and eat the crumbs too. Then go out and buy some more. Boom, boom, boom. CHORUS When I die, I don't want wings, A golden halo, or a harp that sings. Give me a book, a fire And someone who brings me chocolate chip cookies all day. With milk please! CHRISTMAS TIME (JINGLE BELLS) School is out, we won't pout Cubs shout "hip hooray!" Something Special's coming soon And it's Christmas day Wrap the gift, trim the tree Mind your Mum and Dad You'll get presents if you do

Boy, won't you be glad! CIRCLE G REEN . [tune: This Old Man] Circle green, circle green Finest circle we have seen The greatest task that we know Is to make. the circle grow SmaIlest one circles me Then we add the family Friends will make it larger still Further we must spread goodwill PeopIe here people there AII God' s children everywhere Are of one big family In the circle they should be circle Green Grow and Grow So our neighborhoods will show We can make a world that's good Through Iove and peace and sisterhood.
CLEMENTINE

In a cavern, in a canyon, excavating for a mine Lived a miner, forty-niner, and his daughter Clementine Oh my darling, Oh my darling Oh my darling Clementine You are lost and gone forever dreadful sorry, Clementine Light she was, and like a fairy, and her shoes were number nine Herring boxes without topses, sandals were for Clementine Drove she ducklings to the water every morning just at nine Hit her foot against a splinter, fell into the foaming brine Ruby lips above the water, blowing bubbles soft and fine Alas for me! I was no swimmer, so I lost my Clementine In a churchyard near the canyon, where the myrtle doth entwine There grow roses and other posies, fertilised by Clementine Then the miner, forty-niner, soon began to peak and pine Thought he oughter join his daughter, now he's with his Clementine In my dreams she still doth haunt me, robed in garments soaked in brine While in life I used to hug her, now she's dead I draw the line How I missed her, how I missed her, how I missed my Clementine Until I kissed her little sister, and forgot my Clementine Now ye Scouts all heed the warning to this tragic tale of mine

Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation would have saved my Clementine COAST TO COAST (Echo each verse) From coast to coast GirI Scouting is the most I say, from coast to coast Girl Scouting is the most From east to west . Girl Scouting is the best I say, from east to west GirI Scouting is the best From sea to sea GirI Scouting is for me I say, from sea to sea Girl Scouting is for me.
COKE-A-COLA

Coke-a-cola, Coke-a-cola Makes you burp, makes you burp Have another bottle, have another bottle Burp burp burp, burp burp burp
COLOURS OF DAY

Colours of day dawn into the mind The sun has come up, the night is behind Go down in the city, into the street And let's give the message to the people we meet So light up the fire and let the flames burn Open the door let Jesus return Take seeds of His Spirit, let the fruit grow Tell the people of Jesus, let His love show Go through the park, on into the town The sun still shines on, it never goes down The light of the world is risen again The people of darkness are needing our friend Open your eyes, look into the sky The darkness had come, the sun came to die The evening draws on, the sun disappears But Jesus is living, His Spirit is near COMMON GROUND Voices are calling round the earth. Music is rising in the sea. The spirit of morning fiIIs the air,

Guiding my journey home. Where is the path beyond the forest? Where is the song I always knew.? I remember it just around the bend. In the village the music never ends. (CHORUS) ln a circle of friends, ln a circle of sound, All our voices will blend, When we touch common ground. Voices calling round the earth. Music is rising in the sea. . The spirit of morning fiIls the air, Guiding my journey home. Here is the path beyond the forest. Here is the song I always knew. I remember it's just around the bend. ln the music the village never ends. CHORUS
COME, COME, YE SAINTS

Come, come ye Saints, no toil or labour fear; but with joy wend your way Though hard to you this journey may appear, grace shall be as your day 'Tis better far for us to strive, our useless cares from us drive Do this and joy your hearts will swell. All is well! All is well! Why should we mourn or think our lot is hard? 'Tis not so; all is right Why should we think to earn a great reward if we now shun the fight? Gird up your loins, fresh courage take, our God will never us forsake And soon we'll have this tale to tell: All is well! All is well!
COME ON AND SING WITH ME

Come on and sing with me, hey dee noon oh Come on and sing with me, hey dee noon oh Come on and sing with me, hey dee noon oh Come on and sing with me, hey dee noon oh Sing everybody sing, hey dee noon oh... Other Verses: Come on and clap with me ... Come on and slick with me ... Come on and stamp with me ... Come on and stretch with me ... COMING OF THE FROGS (Battle Hymn of the Republic) Mine eyes have seen the horror of the coming of the frogs They are sneaking through the swamps, they are lurking under logs

You can hear their mournful croaking through the early morning fog The frogs keep hopping on Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit, croak, croak Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit, croak, croak Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit, croak, croak The frogs keep hopping on The frogs have grown in numbers and their croaking fills the air There's no place to escape to 'cause the frogs are everywhere They've eaten all the flies and now they're hungry as a bear The frogs keep hopping on I used to like the bullfrogs like to feel their slimy skin Liked to put them in my teacher's desk and take them home again You can hear their mournful croaking through the early morning fog The frogs keep hopping on
COMIN' THROUGH THE RYE

If a body meets a body, comin' through the rye If a body kiss a body, need a body cry Every lassie has her laddie, none they say have I Yet all the lads they smile at me When comin' through the rye If a body meet a body, comin' from the town If a body greet a body, need a body frown Every lassie has her laddie, none they say have I Yet all the lads they smile at me When comin' through the rye CONSIDER YOURSELF AT HOME (Consder Yourself) Consider yourself at home Consider yourself one of the family We've taken to you so strong It's clear, we're going to get along Consider yourself well in Consider yourself part of the furniture There isn't a lot to spare Who cares, whatever we've got we'll share If it should chance to be we should see Some harder days, empty larder days Why grouse? Always a chance we'll meet Somebody to foot the bill Then the drinks are on the house Consider yourself our mate We don't want to have no fuss For after some consideration we can state Consider yourself one of us

THE CORPORATION MUCK CART (THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME) The corporation muck cart Was loaded to the brim The driver fell in backwards and found he could not swim He sank right to the bottom just like a little stone And as he sank he gurgled there's no place like home THE COW KICKED NELLIE (YELL) The cow kicked Nellie in the bellie in the barn And the Doctor said it would do no harm So we all kicked Nellie in the bellie in the barn Second verse same as the first A little bit louder a little bit worse COVERED WAGON In the fire by the stream We see pictures of the past We see pictures of the dreams of pioneers. We see dreams of weary people Finding homes at last As they roamed the roiling hills of many years RolI on, roll on, you roving covered wagons. Roll on, roll on, you valiant pioneers Roll on, roll on, let nothing dim your vision Roll on forever, to ever new frontiers.
COWBOY'S GRACE

Been out on the range All dusty and tired Been ridin' and ropin' all day Around the chuck wagon We bow down our heads And sing out the cowboys' grace Allelujah, Amen Amen Allelujah, Amen Amen
THE CREMATION OF SAM MCGEE

Ah those old northern lights, they have seen clear sights But the clearest sights that they did ever see It was on a moonlit mars of that old Lake Lavard On the night that I cremated Sam McGee Now my pal Sam McGee was from ol' Tennersee In the land where the cotton blooms grow But why Sam left his home in the deep deep south ta roam Round the cold way up north God only knows In the long search for gold he was always so cold

How he longed again to roam the southern plain I would love to see him wade, how he feared the icy glade When I die he said cremate my last remains Well a fellows last need is a thing we have to heed So I promised and I swore I would not fail And again we started on at the first streaks o dawn But o God he was looki.n' ghastly pale He crouched on the sleigh and he raved away all day About the warmth from his home in Tennersee And before the night did fall, I'd a promise to recall Cause that was all that's left of Sam McGee And I came upon the mars of that old Lake Lavard Where a broken down derelic did lay She was jammed there in a vice of twenty feet of frozen ice Was abandoned and left there to decay Some planks I quickly tore from it's old cabin floor And I gathered up the chunks of scattered boards Soon the blaze was burnin' red, seem'd that ol' McGee was dead So I stuffed him in that ol' crematin' hole There sat my buddy Sam lookin' mighty cool and calm In the heart of those furnace flames galore And he wore a great big smile you could almost see a mile As he chuckled hurry up an' close the door She's a fine place in here but I greatly fear You may let in that awful cold and storm For since I left Palm Tree down in good ol' Tennersee She's the first time that I've been better warm Ah those old northern lights, they have seen clear sights But the clearest sights that they did ever see It was on a moonlit mars of that old Lake Lavard On the night that I cremated Sam McGee On the night that I cremated Sam McGee CROW LITTLE BROWN I E Crow Iittle Brownie, Stronger Sleep Iittle Brownie, Longer, Longer Eat fresh vegetables every day That is always the wisest way. Drink fresh milk and plenty of water Exercise like a Brownie oughter. Do all this and you will see How healthy you will be. THE CRUEL WAR IS RAGING 1. The cruel war is raging Johnny has to fight

I want to be with him From morning to night 2. Oh Johnny dear Johnny Morning noon and night I thing of you marching Left right left and right . 3. I know you're so gentle When you hold me tight Oh how will they make you Get out there and fight? 4. Go speak to your sergeant And say you want out Just say your allergic to this kind of bout 5. Oh Johnny dear Johnny Yes I know your brave But oh. How I miss you It's your love I crave 6. Oh why did the army Take you from my side To go into battle Away from your bride 7. I'm counting the minutes The hour and the days Oh, Lord stop the cruel war For this my heart prays 8. I made my decision I will join up to Oh Johnny , dear Johnny I'll soon be with you 9. We women are fighters We can help you win Oh, Johnny, l'm hoping That they'll take me in 10. The cruel war is raging Johnny has to fight . And I'll be there with him

From morning to night
CRUISING DOWN THE RIVER

Cruising down the river on a Sunday afternoon With one you love, the sun above Waiting for the moon The old accordion playing a sentimental tune Cruising down the river on a Sunday afternoon The birds above, all sing of love A gentle, sweet refrain The winds around all make a sound Like softly falling rain Just two of us together, we'll plan a honeymoon Cruising down the river, on a Sunday afternoon CUDDLY KOALAS (Frere Jacques) Cuddly koalas, cuddly koalas
(cradle & swing arms)

Possums too, possums too
(possum eyes - circle with finger & thumb brought up to eyes)

Wallabies and wombats, wallabies and wombats
(little bounce/jump/bend knees with hands in front, rather like begging action)

Kangaroos, kangaroos
(bigger jump, more exaggerated hands) Works well as a round

DADDY AND THE WINE

A boy walked in a candy store in faded overalls Threw a nickel on the counter, said I think I'll spend it all I've carried it three months or more, you can tell it by the shine I need a sack of candy like my daddy need his wine Daddy and the wine go back three years out of my eight In the old days we were happy, dad worked hours long and late And then one day Mom disappeared, and so did Daddy's mind And now it's me and Daddy, mostly Daddy and the wine The boy picked up the sack and then he walked out in the street We put a roll of green in amongst the jelly beans The clerk was broke and so was I, we gave him our last dime A stranger stole his mommy, now his daddy's on the wine DAISY CHAIN Take my hand and form a chain Down a magic Daisy lane

Smile a friendly smile and say May I help someone today?
DAISY DAISY

Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do I'm half crazy, oh for the love of you It won't be a stylish marriage I can't afford a carriage But you'll look sweet, upon the seat Of a bicycle made for two Henry, Henry, here is your answer true I'm not crazy over the likes of you If YOU can't afford a carriage, forget about the marriage 'Cause I won't be jammed, I won't be crammed On a bicycle made for two
DARKTOWN STRUTTERS' BALL

I'll be down to get you in a taxi honey Better be ready 'bout half-past eight Now Dearie, don't be late I want to be there when the band starts playin' Remember when we get there honey The two steps I'm gonna have them all Goin' to dance out both my shoes When they play then Jelly-Roll Blues Tomorrow night at the Darktown Strutters' Ball DAY IS DONE TeII me why you're crying my son You must be frightened Iike everyone Is it the thunder in the distance you fear WiII it help if I stay very near I am here (CHORUS) And if you take my hand my son, all will be well when the day is done And if you take my hand my son, all will be Well when the day is done . Day is Done (when the day is done) (repeat 4 times) . . Do you know why I'm sighing my son You shall inherit what mankind has done In a world full of sorrows and woes Do you ask me why this is so I really don't know CHORUS TeII me why you're smiling my son

Is there a secret you can tell everyone Do you know more than men that are wise Can you see what we all must disguise Through your living eyes CHORUS DAYS OF GIRL SCOUTING Days of GirI Scouting will fly away, die away Days of true friendship will be memories We have loved, We have learned Let us now teach in turn That the flame we have kindled Forever will burn (CHORUS) Turn around, turn around And your a young scout going out in the world. AlI of our footsteps will fade away, fade away Others will travel the path We have trod With our sons full of joy and our hearts full of love We will keep the flame burning for those yet to come . CHORUS
THE DEATH OF COCK ROBIN

All the birds of the air fell a sighin' and sobbin' When they heard of the death of poor cock robin When they heard of the death of poor cock robin Who killed cock robin? "I", said the sparrow, "with my bow and arrow" "I killed cock robin" Who saw him die? "I", said the fly, "with my little eye" Who'll make his shroud? "I", said the beetle, "with my thread and needle" Who'll dig his grave? "I", said the owl, "with my little trowel" Who'll give the memorial? "I", said the rook, "with my little book" Who'll be chief mourner? "I", said the dove, "with my undying love" Who'll bear the coffin? "I", said the wren, "with rooster and the hen" Who'll let him down? "I", said the crane, "with my golden chain" Who'll cover him over? "I", said the crow, "with my little hoe" Who'll toll the bell? "I", said the bull, "because I can pull"

Who'll mark the grave? "I", said the thrush, "with my paint and brush" Who'll keep the vigil? "I", said the lark, "so long as it's not dark"
DEEP AND WIDE

Deep and wide, deep and wide, there's a fountain flowing deep and wide Deep and wide, deep and wide, there's a fountain flowing deep and wide Sing the words as written the first time through Then, instead of saying the word 'deep', make a gesture (one hand above the other) to show depth. The next time, also show 'wide' by spreading hands out to the side for width. Continue with 'fountain' (make a fountain-like gesture) and 'flowing' (make a rippling gesture with hands moving from one side to the other at chest level)
DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS

The stars at night are big and bright Deep in the heart of Texas The prairie sky is wide and high Deep in the heart of Texas The sage in bloom is like perfume Deep in the heart of Texas Reminds me of the one I love Deep in the heart of Texas The coyotes wail along the trail Deep in the heart of Texas The rabbits rush around the brush Deep in the heart of Texas The cowboys cry, "Ki-Yip-Pee-Ui" Deep in the heart of Texas The doggies bawl, and bawl and bawl Deep in the heart of Texas
DESE BONES GONNA RISE AGAIN

The Lord he though he'd make a man Dese bones gonna rise again Took a little bit of water and a little bit of sand Dese bones gonna rise again I know it, brother I know it, brother I know it, brother Dese bones gonna rise again! He thought he'd make a woman too Dese bones gonna rise again Didn't know 'xactly what to do Dese bones gonna rise again Took a rib from Adam's side Dese bones gonna rise again

Made Miss Eve for to be his bride Dese bones gonna rise again Put 'em in a garden rich and fair Dese bones gonna rise again Told 'em they could eat whatever was there Dese bones gonna rise again But to one tree they must not go Dese bones gonna rise again Must leave the apples there to grow Dese bones gonna rise again Serpent, he came 'round the trunk Dese bones gonna rise again At miss Eve, his eye he wunk Dese bones gonna rise again He said, "Those apples taste mighty fine Dese bones gonna rise again Just take one, the Lord won't mind" Dese bones gonna rise again De Lord, he came a-wanderin round Dese bones gonna rise again Spied dem peelings on de ground Dese bones gonna rise again You ate my apples, I believe? Dese bones gonna rise again 'T wasn't me Lord, I spect twas Eve Dese bones gonna rise again The Lord he rose up in his wrath Dese bones gonna rise again Told 'em to beat it down the path Dese bones gonna rise again He put a angel at the door Dese bones gonna rise again Told them not to come no more Dese bones gonna rise again
DETOUR

Detour, there's a muddy road ahead Detour, paid no mind to what it said Detour, oh these bitter things I find Should have read that detour sign Headed down life's crooked road, lots of things I nevered knowed And cause of me not knowin' I now pine Trouble got in the trail, spent the next five years in jail Should have read that detour sign When I got right to the place where it said "About Face" I thought that all my worries were behind But the farther I go the more sorrow I know

Should have read that detour sign When I got stuck in the mud, all my hopes dropped with a thud I guess my heart strings are made of twine Had no power to get from the hole that I'm in yet Should have read that detour sign DID YOU EVER GO FISHING Did you ever go fishing on a hot summer day And see all the little fishes, Swimming up and down the bay. With his hands in his pockets And his pockets in his pants, Did you ever see the fishes do the hoachiecoochie dance? YOU NEVER DID YOU NEVER WILL . (CLAP CLAP) . Did you ever go fishing on a cold winter's day And see all the little fishes, . Frozen solid in the bay. With his hands in his pockets And his pockets in his pants, Cause it's too darn cold to do the hoachie-coochie dance? YOU NEVER DID YOU NEVER WILL (CLAP CLAP) DING DONG A ding dong, dong, dong, dong. A ding dong, dong, dong, .dong. A ding [insert name] , she don't wear no socks. A ding dong, I saw her when she took them off. A ding dong, she threw them in the garbage can. A ding dong, killed two. rats and the garbage man! A ding dong, dong, dong, dong. A ding dong, dong, dong, dong. A ding [insert name] , she don't wear no socks. A ding dong, I saw her when she took them off. . A ding dong, she threw them into the air. . A ding dong, now the birds need Medicare! A ding dong, she threw them on the railroad track. A ding dong, sent the train a mile back.

A ding dong, she threw them into the sky. A ding dong, now Superman refuses to fly. A ding dong, she threw them onto the floor. A ding dong, all the roaches moved next door. A ding dong, she threw them into a boat. A ding dong, now that boat just won't float. A ding dong, she threw them onto the bed. A ding dong, now my teddy bear is dead. A ding dong, she threw them into outer space. A ding dong, that's the end of the human race. DIRTY LITTLE TOES We were hiking along the dusty way. We could hear the birdies singing they seemed to say, "You have worn out your shoes. your. stockings, too! Pretty soon your dirty little toes will poke right through. will poke right through.
DO LORD

Do Lord, Oh do Lord, Oh do remember me, Oh Lord Do Lord, Oh do Lord, Oh do remember me, Oh Lord Do Lord, Oh do Lord, Oh do remember me, Oh Lord Look away beyond the blue I've got a home in glory land that outshines the sun I've got a home in glory land that outshines the sun I've got a home in glory land that outshines the sun Look away beyond the blue DONA, DONA On a wagon bound for market, lies a calf with a mournful eye High above him flies a swallow winging freely through the sky. (CHORUS) How the winds are laughing They laugh with all their might Laugh and laugh the whole night through .. and half the summers night Dona,. dona, dona, dona, dona, dona, dona da Dona. dona. dona, dona, dona, dona, dona da Stop complaining said the farmer Who told you a calf to be Why don't you have wings to fly with like the swallow brave and free CHORUS Calves are easily bound and slaughtered, Never knowing the reason why But whoever treasures freedom like the swallow Iearns to fly CHORUS

When you're young and when your lively Like the swallow you must learn to fly But when you're old and getting weary like a calf you must learn to die CHORUS DONKEY RIDING 1 . Were you ever in Quebec. Stowing timber on the deck See a king with a golden crown Riding on a donkey.? (CHORUS) Height-ho, way we go! Donkey riding. Donkey Riding Heigh-ho, way we go! Riding on a donkey. 2. Were you ever off the horn Where its always nice and warm See a Iion and a unicorn Riding on a donkey? CHORUS . 3. Were you ever in Cardiff Bay Where the folks all shout hooray Here comes Johnny with his six months pay Riding on a donkey! CHORUS
DON'T DILLY DALLY ON THE WAY

My old man said 'Follow the van And don't dilly dally on the way' Off went the van with my home packed in it I followed on with my old cock linnet I dillied and dallied, dallied and dillied Lost my way and don't know where to roam Well you can't trust a special like the old time copper When you can't find your way home
DON'T TAKE YOUR GUNS TO TOWN

A young cowboy named Billy Joe grew restless on the farm A boy filled with wander lust who really meant no harm He changed his clothes and cleaned his boots and combed his dark brown hair His mother cried as he walked out: Don't take your guns to town, son Leave your guns at home, Bill Don't take your guns to town

He laughed and kissed his mom and said your Billy Joe's a man I can shoot as quick and straight as anybody can But I wouldn't shoot without a cause, I'd gun nobody down But she cried again as he rode away He sang a song, as on he rode, his guns hung at his hips He rode into a cattle town, a smile upon his lips He stopped and walked into a bar and laid his money down But his mothers words echoed again: He drank his first strong liquor then to calm his shaking hand And tried to tell himself at last he had become a man A dusty cowpoke at his side began to laugh him down And he heard again his mother's words Bill was raged and Billy Joe reached for his guns to draw But the stranger drew his gun and fired before he even saw As Billy Joe fell to the floor, the crowd all gathered 'round And wondered at his final words
DON'T THIS ROAD LOOK ROUGH AND ROCKY

Darling I have come to tell you Though it almost breaks my heart That before the morning darling We'll be many miles apart Don't this road look rough and rocky Don't the sea look wide an deep Don't my darling look the sweetest When she's in my arms asleep? Who's gonna kiss you lips my darling Who's gonna hold you to their breast Who's gonna love you in the future As I've loved you in the past? Don't hear those night birds crying Far across the deep blue sea While of others you are thinking Won't you sometimes think of me? Don't this road look rough and rocky Don't the sea look wide an deep Don't my darling look the sweetest When she's in my arms asleep? DOODLELY DO (Similar to - Wally Archer Please sing to me that sweet melody Called doodley doo, doodley doo I like the rest but the part I like best Goes doodley doo, doodley doo It's the simplest thing

there isn't much to it I like it so, wherever I go It's doodley doodley doo Come on and waddaly atcha, waddaly atcha Waddaly o, waddaly o Waddaly atcha, waddaly atcha Waddaly o, waddaly o It's the simplest thing there isn't much to it I like it so, wherever I go, It's doodley doodley doo Actions slap knees twice, clap hands twice pass the right hand over the left hand twice pass the left hand over the right hand twice touch the nose with the right hand twice, then touch the left shoulder with the right hand and leave it there touch the nose with the left hand, then touch the right shoulder with the left hand and leave it there tap the shoulders twice put both hands in the air and snap fingers twice slap knees twice, clap hands twice
Repeat, faster each time DO-RE-MI

Doe, a deer, a female deer Ray, a drop of golden sun Me, a name I call myself Fa, along, long, way to run Sew, a needle pulling thread La, a note to follow sew Tea, a drink with jam and bread That will bring us back to Doe Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Ti, Do! DOUGHNUT SHOP well, I walked in the doughnut shop To get something to eat. Cause I was so hungry from my. head to my feet. So I picks up a doughnut and I wipes off the grease And I hands the lady a five cent piece. Well, she looks at the nickel! And she looks at me and she says, "Hey, Mister, can't you pIainIy see, There. s a hole in the nickel, there's a hole right there!" Say's I, "There's a hole in the doughnut too!!!"

DOWN BY THE BAY

Down by the bay, where the watermelons grow Back to my home, I dare not go For if I do, my mother will say Did you ever see a bee, with a sunburnt knee Down by the bay?
SUBSTITUTES

A goose drinking apple juice A goat riding in a boat A cow with a green eyebrow Rats wearing silk hats Beans as big as submarines Moose with a loose front tooth DOWN BY THE BANKS Down by the banks of the Hanky Panky Where the bullfrogs jump from bank to banky With an eeeps, oppps, ohpps, ooopps An epp sop a diddle and a cling clank DUM DUM DA DUM DUM DA DADUM DUM DA DA Dum dum da da Dum dum da da Dum dum, da da da da (repeat) MOVEMENTSDum dum da daDum dum da da 1. Knees, knees, cross shoulder, tap twice. Knees, knees, cross shoulder, tap twice. Knees, knees, cross shoulder, tap twice. Knees, knees, cross shoulder, tap twice Knees, knees, cross shoulder, tap twice 2. Knees, shoulder, knees, shoulder, Knees, cross, knees, snap 3. Wrist, shoulder, cross, other arm out Wrist, shoulder, cross, other arm out 4. Clap, snap right, clap, snap left
DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM

Down by the old (not the new, but the old) Mill stream (not the river but, the stream) Where I first (not last, but first) Met you (not me, but you) With your eyes of blue (not green, but blue) Dressed in gingham too (not three, but too) You were sixteen (not six, but sixteen) My village queen (not king, but queen) Down by the old (not new, but the old) Mill stream (not the river, but the stream)

DOWN IN THE VALLEY

Down in the valley, the valley so low Hang your head over, hear the winds blow Hear the winds blow, dear, hear the winds blow Hang your head over, hear the winds blow Down in the valley, walking between Telling our story, here's what it means Here's what it means, dear, here's what it means Telling our story, here's what it means Roses love sunshine, violets love dew Angels in heaven know I love you Know I love you, dear, know I love you Angels in heaven know I love you Build me a castle forty feet high So I can see him as he rides by As he rides by, dear, as he rides by So I can see him as he rides by Writing this letter, containing three lines Answer my question, "Will you be mine?" "Will you be mine, dear, will you be mine" Answer my question, "Will you be mine?" If you don't love me, love whom you please Throw your arms round me, give my heart ease Give my heart ease, dear, give my heart ease Throw your arms round me, give my heart ease Throw your arms round me, before it's too late Throw your arms round me, feel my heart break Feel my heart break, dear, feel my heart break Throw your arms round me, feel my heart break
DOWN IN THE VALLEY WHERE NOBODY GOES

Down in the valley where nobody goes, There's a great big crocodile washing his clothes, With a scrubba scrub here, and a scrubba scrub there, That's the way he washes his clothes. With an i tie oogie boogie woogie, With an i tie oogie boogie woogie, With an i tie oogie boogie woogie, That's the way he washes his clothes. Down in the valley where nobody goes, There's a great big bumble bee washing her clothes, With a buzzy-wuzz here, and a buzzy-wuzz there, That's the way she washes her clothes.
Add on as many different animal sounds as you can (or want)

DO YOUR EARS HANG LOW? (Turkey in the Straw) Do your ears hang low, do they waggle to and fro? Can you tie them in a knot, can you tie them is a bow? Can you throw them o'er your shoulder like a continental soldier? Do your ears hang low? Do your ears stick out, can you waggle them about? Can you flap them up and down as you fly around the town? Can you shut them up for sure when you hear an awful bore? Do your ears stick out? Do your ears stand high, do they reach up to the sky? Do they hang down when they're wet, do they stand up when they're dry? Can you semaphore your neighbour with the minimum of labour? Do your ears stand high? Have you ever gone fishing On a hot summer day, And you sat on a fence And the fence gave away.? With your hands in your pockets, And your pockets in your pants. Watching the fish do the hula dance! Bum-did-de-a-da, SOME FISH! .
DUMMY LINE

On the dummy line, on the dummy line Rain or shine, I'll pay my fine Rain or shine, I'll pay my fine Ride, ride, riding on the dummy line I got on the train and didn't have the fare The conductor said, "Whatcha doin' there?" He grabbed me by the collar and shoved me out the door Said, "I don't want to see you on this line no more!" Little Willy was home by himself Found a chocolate cake on the kitchen shelf Willy said, "If I eat this cake Sis won't get a belly ache" Little Willy saw a mill saw buzz Didn't know quite what it was Now his arm is full of nicks And, alas poor Willy, he's cut in six Little Willy found some dynamite He didn't understand it quite But curiosity never pays It rained Willy several days Little Willy coming home from school

Spied a half a dollar at the foot of a mule Stooped down to pick it up, quiet as a mouse Funeral tomorrow at little Willy's house! Little birdie in the sky Dropped some whitewash in my eye Says I to me; says me to I "I'm sure glad that cows can't fly!" There was a boy by the name of Jack Pitched his tent on a railroad track Midnight express came around the bend What kind of flowers did you send? There once was a doctor, his name was Peck He fell in a well and he broke his neck It served him right, for he should've known To tend to the sick and leave the well alone! There once was a hunter, his name was O'Hare He was chased by a grizzly bear The people all thought he was out of his mind Running down the street with a bear behind! There was an old witch by the name of Nan Who tried to pass as a good humour man Couldn't fool the kids, they all stayed home They would not buy from an ice cream crone My grandpa had a car, it was a Ford machine His whiskers came in handy for straining gasoline My grandma had a habit of chewing in her sleep She chewed on grandpa's whiskers and dreamed of shredded wheat! DUNDERBECK (Suggest - The Laughing Policeman) There was a strange old butcher, His name was Dunderbeck He was very fond of sausage-meat, and sauerkraut and speck He had the finest butcher shop, the finest ever seen Until one day he invented his wonderful sausage machine On Mr. Dunderbeck! How could you be so mean? I told you you'd be sorry for inventing that machine For all the neighbour’s dogs and cats will never more be seen They'll all be ground to sausage meat in Dunderbeck's machine One day a very little girl came walking in the store She ordered up some sausage meat and eggs, a half a score And while she stood a-waiting she whistled up a tune And the sausage meat it started up and danced around the room Once day when he was working the machine it would not go So Dunderbeck, he climbed inside to see what made it so His wife she had a night-mare and came walking in her sleep She gave the crank a heck of a yank, and Dunderbeck was meat!

DUKE OF YORK The Noble Duke of York, he had ten thousand men, he marched them up a hill and he marched them down again. And when you're up you're up and when you’re down you're down and when you're only halfway there, you're neither up nor down.
EACH CAMPFIRE LIGHTS ANEW

Each campfire lights anew, the flame of friendship true The joy we've had in knowing you, will last our whole life through And as the embers die away, we wish that we might always stay But since we cannot have our way, we'll come again some other day
East Side, West Side

East side, west side, all around the town The tots sang, "Ring around rosie," "London Bridge is falling down" Boys and girls together, me and Mamie O'Rourke Tripped the light fantastic on the sidewalks of New York EASY COME, EASY GO (CHORUS) Easy come, easy go Through summer and through snow Up and Down, all around. This whole universe I.II go. And I’lI walk upon your waters Move mountains from your path With a smile for my companion I’ll teach you how to laugh. Cause I’ve ripped off my mask Kicked down my walls Strapped on my boots To answer your calls You say that l’m a rover Got no place to call my own. With a million places I call home. I know I'm not alone. CHORUS Cause I've thawed out my body Put blood in my veins 'Cause people were crying And calling out my name You say that I’m a poor man Got no one to care for me With a million brothers and sisters,

How rich can one man be CHORUS My cousin lives in China My uncle brings the mail My sister lives in Boston My brother rides the rail I've met with Kings Who've passed away I know they still care My father lives in heaven He's a millionaire. CHORUS EATS SONG (Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here) Soup, soup, we all want soup Tip your bowl and drain it, let your front teeth strain it Hark, hark, that funny sound, listen that slurping round Meat, meat, bring on the meat Fresh and juicy cow meat, ham and picked pig feet Lamp chops and pork chops too, any kind of meat will do Fish, fish, we must have fish We don't want it bony, nor a little phony Fresh, fresh, we won't eat stale, any kind of fish but whale ECOLOGY SONG [tune: When You're Happy and You Know It] If you see a piece of paper. pick it up, (repeat) If you see a piece of paper. put it in a trash can later. If you see a piece of paper, pick it up. If you find a pretty flower, let it grow. (repeat) If you find a pretty flower if a field or Ieafy bower , If you find a pretty flower. let it grow. If you feel a little bug, brush it off, (repeat) If you feel a little bug. just remove it with a shrug, If you feel a little bug. brush it off. If you catch a Iittle frog, put it back, (repeat) If you catch a Iittle frog in a puddle or a bog, If you catch a Iittle frog, put it back. If you see a bunny rabbit, Let it hop, (repeat) If you see a bunny rabbit watch him nibble on a carrot, If you see a bunny rabbit. let it hop.

If you find a little turtle, let it be (repeat) If you find a Iittle turtle, in a polka dotted girdle, If you find a Iittle turtle, Let it be. If you hear a little bird, Let it sing, (repeat) If you hear a little bird, Let it warble undisturbed, If you hear a Iittle bird, let is sing. If you want a clean, unspoiled environment, (repeat) Be alert, be on your guard, fight pollution, fight it hard, If you want a lean, unspoiled environment. If you want a better world, do your part, (repeat) If you want a better world. flag of brotherhood unfurled, If you want a better world, do your part. EDDIE KOOTCHiE (CHORUS) Eddie Kootchie Katchie Gammie Toasa Nammie Toasa Nammie Sammy Gammy Wacky Brown Fell into the well. fell into the weII, Fell into the deep dark weII. 1. Susie Jones was milkin' in the barn. Saw him fall and, ran inside to tell her mom that ... CHORUS 2. Susie’s mom was bakin' crackling bread. Call old Joe to TeII him that her Susie said that ... CHORUS 3. Then old Joe laid aside his plow Picked up his cane And hobbled into town to say that ... CHORUS 4. To the well, everybody came What a shame! lt took so long to say his name that... EDDlE KOOTCHlE KATCHIE GAMMlE TOASA NAMMIE TOASA NAMMlE SAMMY GAMMIE WACKY BROWN Who? EDDlE KOOTCHlE KATCHlE GAMMIE TOASA NAMMlE TOASA NAMMlE SAMMY GAMMlE WACKY BROWN - DROWNED!! Motions- Slap legs twice Clap twice

Snap, Clap twice Hand Slide twice Hands Out Clap
EDELWEISS

Edelweiss, Edelweiss Ev'ry morning you greet me Small and white, clean and bright You look happy to greet me Blossoms of snow, may you bloom and grow Bloom and grow forever Edelweiss, Edelweiss Bless my homeland forever! EPPO (Round ) Eppo ee ti ti aa oh, eppo ee ti ti aa oh; Eppo ee ti ti, eppo ee tookie tookie Eppo ee tookie tookie aa oh. EVENING STAR (Round) Evening, evening,... star... star, Evening, evening,... star... star, ||Evening, evening,... star... star, ||Here we go swinging and here we go singing on Evening, evening,... star... star, EVERYONE KNOWS IT Everyone knows it. but how can you show it? That love is a wonderful thing. Try to believe it and then you will live it. And see what the future will bring. (cHORUS) Ah-h-h-ah-h-oh, everyone knows it, But how can you show it. That love is a wonderful thing. Laughing or crying, there' s no use denying, That love holds each life in its hand. So do what you can to be living in harmony, Meeting what love may demand. CHORUS You've got a lot of it, so you must share it, Proving that love isn't cold. Give it to everyone, don't miss out anyone,

They'II give it back threefold. CHORUS
EVERYWHERE WE GO

Everywhere we go, Everywhere we go People want to know, People want to know Who we are, Who we are Where we come from, Where we come from We're from London, We're from London We're the 1st Chelsea, We're the 1st Chelsea And if they can't hear us, And if they can't hear us We'll sing a little louder, We'll sing a little louder (Repeat several times, louder each time until... And if they can't hear us THEY MUST BE DEAF!) EZEKIEL Ezekiel saw* two wheels a roIlin' Way in the middle of the air. . A wheel within a wheel a rollin' . Way in the middle of the air. One wheel ran by faith The other ran by the grace of God. A wheel within a wheel a rollin' Way in the middle of the air. FARE THEE WELL Fare the well Luck go with thee . When I'm far Remember me FAT GIRL GUIDE (A RAM SAM SAM) A fat Girl Guide, a fat Girl Guide A skinny little Brownie and a fat Girl Guide A fat Girl Guide, a fat Girl Guide A skinny little Brownie and a fat Girl Guide The Leaders, the Leaders A skinny little Brownie and a fat Girl Guide The Leaders, the Leaders A skinny little Brownie and a fat Girl Guide
Father Abraham

Father Abraham had seven sons sir Seven sons sir had Father Abraham And they never laughed, and they never cried All the did was go like this: with a left (arm moving) . . . .

. . . With a left (arm) and a right (arm) Finally: . . . with a left and a right, and a left (leg) and a right (leg), and a nod, and a wiggle THE FIRST AIDER'S SONG (THE TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS) On the first day of camping the Leader sent to me A boy who had skinned his knee On the second day of camping the Leader sent to me Two banged heads, and a boy who had skinned his knee three nose-bleeds . . four mozzie bites . . five nettle-stings . . six boys with splinters . . seven upset tummies . . eight cuts and grazes . . nine twisted ankles . . ten homesick Leaders . . eleven boys with measles . . twelve angry parents . .
Fish and Chips and Vinegar

Fish and chips with vinegar vinegar, vinegar Fish and chips with vinegar pepper pepper pepper pop Don't throw your junk in my back yard my back yard, my back yard Don't throw your junk in my back yard by back yard's full
FIVE FEET HIGH. . . AND RISIN'

How high's the water Mamma? Two feet high and risin' How high's the water Pappa? She said it's two feet high and risin' Well we can make it to the road in a home made boat 'Cause that's the only thing we got left that'll float It's already over all the wheat and oats Two feet high and risin' How high's the water Mamma? Three feet high and risin' How high's the water Pappa? She said it's three feet high and risin' Well our hives are gone, I lost my bees Chickens are sleepin' in the willow tree Cows are in water up past their knees Three feet high and risin' How high's the water Mamma? Four feet high and risin' How high's the water Pappa? She said it's four feet high and risin' Hey, come look through the window pane

The bus is comin', gonna take us to the train Looks like we'll be blessed with a little more rain Four feet high and risin' How high's the water Mamma? Five feet high and risin' How high's the water Pappa? She said it's five feet high and risin' Well the rails are washed out north of town We gotta head for higher ground We cain't come back 'till the water goes down Five feet high and risin' Well it's five feet high and risin' FIVE HUNDRED MILES If you miss the train I'm on You will know that I am gone You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles. A hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles. Lord, I'm one, Lord, l'm two, Lord I'm three, Lord, I'm four Lord, I'm five hundred miles away from home. Away from home, away from home away from home, away from home Lord, l' m five hundred miles away from home. Not a shirt on my back, . Not a penny to my name, Lord, I can't go back home this-a-way This-a-way , this-a-way , This-a-way , this-a-way, Lord, I can't go back home this-a-way You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles. FIVE LITTLE DUCKS Five little ducks went out to play Over the hill and far away. Mother duck went OUACK, OUACK, OUACK And four Iittle ducks came waddling back. Four little ducks went out to play Over the hill and far away. Mother duck went OUACK, OUACK, OUACK

And three little ducks came waddling back. Three little ducks... Two little ducks,.. One Iittle duck went out to play Over the hill and far away. Mother duck went OUACK, OUACK. OUACK And no Iittle ducks came waddling back. Then FATHER duck went OUACK, OUACK, OUACK And five Iittle ducks came waddling back! FLEA Flea, Flea, fly. Flea, fly, flo. Vista. ComoIatta, comoIatta, comoIatta, vista. Oh no, no, no, no not the vista. Eenie, meenie, decameenie, Oowatch a wallameenie, estameenie, zolameenie, oowatchawa. Be Billyo dotten, dotten, de beep bop SHHHHHHHHHHl FLEA FLY (MOSQUITO) Flea Flea, fly Flea, fly, mosquito Swat 'em! Calamine, calamine, calamine lotion Oh, no more calamine lotion. Itchy, itchy, scratchy, scratchy, got one on my backy, backy Ohy, ohy, owwy, owwy, wish he'd go away Quick get the bug spray, I think he went that-a-way-shhhhhh!
(Make can- spraying motions)

FLICKER Flicker of the campfire the wind in the pines. The moon in the heavens the stars that shine. A place where people gather making friends of all kinds. . A pIace where old man troubles is always left behind. So give me the light of the campfire warm and bright. And give me some friends to sing with, I’ll be here all night. For love is for those who find it and I've found it and I've found mine right here. Just you and I and the campfire and the songs we love to hear. Da Da Daaa Da Da Da Da Da Da Da So let the light of the campfire into your night. And let the dreams that we cherish remain in its light.

For love is for those who find it I found mine right here. Just you and I and the campfire and the songs we Iove to hear. .
FOOD, GLORIOUS FOOD

Is it worth waiting for, if we live till eighty-four All we ever get is gruel. Every day we say a prayer/gruel Will they change the bill of fare? Still we get the same old There's not a crust, not a crumb can we find, can we beg Can we borrow or cadge But there's nothing to stop us from getting a thrill When we all close our eyes and imagine Food, glorious food, hot sausage and mustard While we're in the mood, cold jelly and custard Peace pudding and saveloys, what next is the question? Rich gentlemen have it boys, indigestion Food, glorious food, we're anxious to try it Three banquets a day, our favourite diet Just picture a great big steak, fried, roasted or stewed Oh, food, wonderful food, marvelous food, glorious food Food, glorious food, what is there more handsome? Gulped, swallowed or chewed, still it's worth a king's ransom What is it we dream about, what brings on a sigh? Piled peaches and cream about six feet high Food, glorious food, eat right through the menu Just loosen your belt, two inches and then you Work up a new appetite, this interlude Then food, once again, food, fabulous food Food, glorious food, don't care what it looks like Burned, under done, crude, don't care what it cooks like Just thinking of growing fat, sets our senses reeling One moment of knowing that full up feeling Food, glorious food, what wouldn't we give for That extra bit more, that's all that we live for Why should we be fated to do nothing but brood On food, magical food, wonderful food, marvelous food FOOD TERRIBLE FOOD (Food Glorious Food) Food terrible food, burnt sausage and mustard We're not in the mood for cold porridge and custard Fried eggs with their edges black What next is the question We're all gonna suffer from indigestion Food terrible food, those soggy old cornflakes That lumpy fruit duff, that's all that our cook makes We have to eat the stuff, don't want to be rude

But food - horrible food - sickening food - terrible food FORD l'm a little hunk of tin, Nobody knows where I have been. . I've got 4 wheels and a running board. (l'm a ford) REPEAT (Honk, honk ) PHRASE IN (Rattle, rattle) PARENTHESlS (Beep, beep) 3 TlMES l'm a ford).
FOR HEALTH AND STRENGTH

For health and strength And daily food We praise Thy name O Lord
FOR ME AND MY GAL

The bells are ringing, for me and my gal The birds are singing, for me and my gal Everybody's been knowing To a wedding there going And for weeks they've been sewing Every Susie and Sal They're congregating for me and my gal The parsons waiting for me and my gal And someday I'm going to build a little home for two For three or four or more In love land for me and my gal
FOR THE BEAUTY OF THE EARTH

For the beauty of the earth For the glory of the skies For the love from which our birth Over and around us lies Lord of all, to The e we raise This hymn of grateful praise For the wonder of each hour Of the day and of the night Hill and vale, and tree and flow'r Sun and moon, and stars of light Lord of all, to Thee we raise This hymn of grateful praise For the joy of human love Brother, sister, parent, child

Friends on earth and friends above For all gentle thoughts and mild Lord of all, to Thee we raise This hymn of grateful praise
FORTY ACRES

He was headed into Boston in a big diesel truck It was his first shift about and he was havin' lots of luck He was headed the wrong direction down a one way street in town And this is what he said when the police chased him down Give me ... acres to turn this rig around It's the easiest way that I've found Some guys can turn it on a dime or turn it right downtown But give me ... acres to turn this rig around When he finally found where to unload, he had a dreadful shock His trailer pointed towards the road, his cab right to the dock And as he looked around him, through his tears he made this sound Give me ... acres and I'll turn this rig around When he finally got unloaded, he was asked to leave the town He was very, very happy, going back to Alabam When up ahead he saw a sign said, you are northward bound Give me ... acres and I'll turn this rig around He was drivin' down the right lane when ahead he saw a sign He had to make a left turn, but he could not get in line The tears were streakin' down his cheeks and they all heard him yell Give me ... sticks of dynamite 'n I'll blow this rig up Give me Acres And I'll Turn this Rig around It's the easiest way that I've found Some guys can turn it on a dime or turn it right downtown But I need ... acres to turn this rig around Yes, I need ... acres to turn this rig around FOUND A PEANUT (Clementine) Found a peanut, found a peanut, found a peanut over there Thought I'd eat it, thought I'd eat it, thought I'd eat it didn't care Rather tasty, rather tasty, rather tasty, but now Got a pain, got a pain, got a pain, don't know how Fetch a doctor, fetch a doctor, fetch a doctor, fetch him quick Appendicitis, appendicitis, appendicitis, feeling sick Cut him open, cut him open, cut him open, save his life Sew him up, sew him up, sew him up around my knife Cut him open, cut him open, cut him open, till its found Sew him up, sew him up, have you seen my specs around Cut him open, cut him open, cut him open, . . .
FOUR LEAF CLOVER

I'm looking over a four leaf clover

That I overlooked before One leaf is sunshine, the second is rain Third is the roses that grow in the lane No need explaining the one remaining It's somebody I adore I'm looking over a four leaf clover That I overlooked before
FOUR WALLS

Out where the bright lights are glowing You're drawn like a moth to the flame You laugh while the wine's overflowing While I sit and whisper your name Four walls to hear me Four walls to see Four walls to hear me Closing in on me Sometimes I ask why I'm waiting But my walls have nothing to say I'm made for love not hating But here's where you left me I'll stay One night with you was like heaven And so while I'm walking the floor I'll listen for steps in the hallway And wait for your knock on the door
THE FOX

Oh the fox went out on a chilly night, prayed for the moon to give him light He had many a mile to go that night before he reached the town-o, town-o, town-o He had many a mile to go that night before he reached the town-o So he ran 'til he came to a great big pen where the ducks and the geese were kept therein He said "One of you is going to grease my chin before I leave this town-o, town-o, towno He said "One of you is going to grease my chin before I leave this town-o He grabbed a duck by the neck Swung a goose over his back He didn't mind the 'quack, quack, quack' and the legs all dangling down-o, down-o, down-o He didn't mind the 'quack, quack, quack' and the legs all dangling down-o Well old mother flipper-flopper jumped out of bed out the window she popped her head She cried, "John, John, the gray goose is gone! And the fox is on the town-o, town-o, town-o She cried, "John, John, the gray goose is gone! And the fox is on the town-o So John, he ran to the top of the hill

blew his whistle so loud and shrill Fox, he said, "I better flee with my kill or they'll soon be on my trail-o, trail-o, trail-o" Fox, he said, "I better flee with my kill or they'll soon be on my trail-o" Well, he ran 'til he came to his cozy den, there were the little ones - eight, nine ten They said, "Daddy, better go back again 'cause it must be a might fine town-o, town-o, town-o They said, "Daddy, better go back again 'cause it must be a might fine town-o Then the fox and his wife, without any strife, cut up the goose with a fork and a knife They never has such a supper in their life and the little one chewed on the bones-o, bones-o, bones-o They never has such a supper in their life and the little one chewed on the bones-o FRANKENSTEIN (Clementine) In a castle, on a mountain Near the dark and murky Rhine, Dwelt a doctor, the concoctor Of the monster, Frankenstein. Oh my monster oh my monster, Oh my monster, Frankenstein, You were built to last forever, Dreadful scary Frankenstein. In a graveyard near the castle, Where the moon refused to shine, He dug for noses and for toeses For his monster, Frankenstein.
FREIGHT TRAIN

Freight train, freight train, going so fast Freight train, freight train, going so fast Please don't tell what train I'm on So they won't know where I've gone Freight train, freight train, comin' round the bend Freight train, who ya gonna send? One of these days I'm gonna ride go back to my home town One more place I'd like to be One more place I'd love to see Watch those ol' Blueridge Mountains fly When I ride old number * When I die, please bury me Down at the end of Regesse Street So I can hear old number *

As she goes rolling by
FRIED HAM

Fried ham, fried ham, cheese and baloney After the macaroni, we'll have onions, and pickles, and peppers Then we'll have some more fried ham, fried ham. Some suggested styles: Opera With fingers in sides of mouth
Friends

So I thank You, I thank you God for all of my friends I thank You, I thank You God for all of my friends with me tonight When you're all alone and you're feeling so low There is a friend there to tell the things you know A friend will always listen, a friend will understand What is a friend? A friend is here indeed Sitting all around me, listening to my need A friend is always there, a friend will always care There's one important thing that I want you to know And I mean it sincerely from the bottom of my soul I love all of you, you're the greatest friends I've got FRIENDS ARE SOMETHING . Friends are something when they camp together . They must camp the whole day, They must camp the night away. They must camp together, They must camp. [verses 2-4, substitute for camp: work, play, sing] . Friends are something when they part With teardrops in their eyes And go their separate ways. They must hope to meet again some day
FRIENDSHIP IS

Friendship is a shining thing, a steady beam of light A lantern on a lonely street, a song far in the night D A smile, the touch of a loving hand, an outpost on the hill, And oh, what a hap-py little child, bringing home a daffo-dil. Friendship is a binding tie, of one soul to an-other, The gentle tender relationship, of a child to father & mother; Raindrops sparkling on an autumn leaf, A quiet moment on a hill,

And, oh, what a hap-py little child, bringing home a daffo-dil. Friendship is a loving thing, it adds to life a glow, The feeling that a little fawn has for the doe; Comfort in the time of need, the moon shining on the hill, And, oh what a happy little child, bringing home a daffo-dil. Friendship is a happy thought, a warmness in your heart, Friends are those who understand, & friends will never part; For two people very much in love, in a life that's never still, And, oh, what a happy little child, bringing home a daffo-dil. Friendship is a flowering thing That grows throughout the years Nou-rished by our thoughtful deeds, our mem'ries & our tears; It may be fragile at the start, but a life it can fulfill And, oh , what a happy little child, bringing home a daffodil (MORE VERSES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST)
FROGGIE!

Dog Dog, cat Dog, cat, mouse Froggie! Itsy bitsy, teeny weeny little bitty froggie Jump, jump, jump, little froggie Spiders and flies are scrum-deli-icious Ribbit, Ribbit, Ribbit, Ribbit, Ribbit, Ribbit, Ribbit Croak Actions: Set up a clap/lap-slapping rhythm, and repeat each line after the leader. On the first run-through, do it slowly; with each repetition go faster, until the audience tires
FROGGIE WENT A-COURTING

Froggie went a-courtin' and he did ride, A-huh Froggie went a-courtin' and he did ride, A-huh Frogie went a-courtin' and he did ride Sword and pistol by his side A-huh, a-huh, a-huh Well, he rode down to Molly Mouse's door Where he had often been before He took Miss Mousie on his knee Said, "Miss Mousie, will you marry me?" I'll have to ask my Uncle Rat See what he will say to that Well, Uncle Rat laughed and shook his fat sides To think his niece would be a bride

A-huh, a-huh, a-huh FROG ROUND Here the lively song of the frogs in yonder pond Kirk, Kirk, Kirk, Kirk, Kirk, Kirk Brrrr-rum
FROG ROUND

1. bananas (low voice) 2. knee deep (medium) 3. tea and coffee (high) 4. Hear the lively song Of the frogs in yonder pond Crik, crik, crikkety crik Brrrr....uh FROG SONG (Brownie Smile Song) I have something in my pocket that I found behind a log My leader said to put it back, it's a great big slippery frog! It's squishy and it's slimy and it wiggles in my hand I also have a wooly worm and a pocket full of sand
GAK GON

Gak gon went the little green frog one day Gak gon went the little green frog Gak gon went the little green frog one day And his eyes went glunk, glunk, glunk
GEE, MA, I WANNA GO HOME

They say that in the army The coffee's mighty fine Well, it's good for cuts and bruises, But it tastes like turpentine! Oh, I don't want no more of army life Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The chicken in the army, They say is mighty fine, A drum rolled off the table And squished a pal of mine! Oh, I don't want no more of army life! Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The clothing that they give us They say is mighty fine

Well, me and half my regiment Can all fit into mine Oh, I don't want no more of army life Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The salary that they pay us, They say is mighty fine They give you thirty dollars And take back forty-nine Oh, I don't want no more of army life Gee, Ma, I wanna go, Hey, Ma I gotta go, Gee, Ma, I wanna go home!
GEE, MA, I WANNA GO HOME

The Daisies who are camping They all are very sweet But none of them has ever learned To keep their cabin neat Oh, I don't want no more of Girl Scout Camp Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The Brownies who are camping They really are quite swell But every time that they get lost You sure can hear them yell! Oh, I don't want no more of Girl Scout Camp Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The Juniors who are camping They think they are the boss The younger girls won't listen So they get really cross! Oh, I don't want no more of Girl Scout Camp Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The Cadettes who are camping The Seniors who are camping They'll all be adults soon But first we need to remind them We get up before noon! Oh, I don't want no more of Girl Scout Camp Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The Leaders who are camping

Oh, I don't want no more of Girl Scout Camp Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! But they won't let me go. Gee, Ma I wanna go home!
GEE MOM I WANT TO GO HOME

The busses that you ride in, they say are mighty fine, But when they turn a corner, they leave the wheels behind. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The leaders that they have here, they say are mighty fine, But when you get up closer, they look like Frankenstein. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The first aid that they give you, they say is mighty fine, But if you cut your finger, you're left with only nine. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The water that they have here they say is mighty fine, But when you try to drink it, it tastes like turpentine. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The biscuits that they serve you, they say are mighty fine But one rolled off the table and killed a friend of mine Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The spaghetti that they serve you, they say is mighty fine They rinse it the toilet and drain it on the line. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The cocoa that they serve you, they say is mighty fine It's good for cuts and bruises and tastes like iodine. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The cabins that you sleep in, they say are mighty fine But whoever said this has never slept in mine. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home.

The toilets that they have here are the best that they can get Last night my tent mate had to go, they haven't found her yet. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go, but they won't let me go. Gee, Mom, I want to go home.
THE GHOST OF ANNE BOLELYN

Now in the Tower of London, large as life (large as life) The ghost of Anne Bolelyn walks, I declare (I declare) Now, Anne Bolelyn was once King Henry's wife (Henry's wife) Until he had the axman bob her hair (bob her hair) It happened many long years ago (long years ago) But she still comes back at night to tell him so (tell him so) With her head tucked underneath her arm, she walks the bloody tower With her head tucked underneath her arm, at the midnight hour Oh, once in a while King Henry gives a spread (gives a spread) For all his pals and gals, a ghostly crew (ghostly crew) The axman carves the meat and cuts the bread (cuts the bread) And in walks Anne Bolelyn to spoil the stew (spoil the stew) She holds her head up high with a wild wa-whoop [blood curdling scream] King Henry cries, "Don't drop it in the soup!" (in the soup) Along the drafty corridors for miles and miles she goes She often catches cold, poor thing, it's drafty when it blows And it's awfully awkward when she has to blow her nose With her head tucked underneath her arm Suggested presentation: Make paper mache 'head' or draw a face on an ordinary balloon. The song leader uses this to act out the words as the audience sings along GIDDY-UP-GO (ANSWER) There's a time to laugh and a time to cry A time to forgive and a time to forget Dreams we dream sometimes never die We carry them on till they become someone else's dream A friend of mine had such a dream I met her at a truck stop just outside Phoenix We both worked there Her dream came true, I know it The key to her dream was a little sign that reads Giddy-up-go She's a lovely girl, pretty smile But behind all this I could see a troubled mind She told me o' when she met the guy that won her heart And made her life a joy And before too long more happiness came, a little baby boy Things wasn't to bad The job wasn't much

But somehow they got by And then came the day when he drove home a big truck And the little boy became so overjoyed Just like when he saw his first falling snow He kept shoutin' Giddy-up-go Daddy, Giddy-up-go Then a dark cloud moved in A few years later Not long, after a few visits to the doctor She said it was just a matter of time She knew she would have to move to a warmer climate And this troubled he mind So without leaving a trace She took her son, and left town one night! She settled here And we became the closest of friends We talked from time to time and she'd smile And her eyes would glow When she talked about Giddy-up-go Each time a truck would pull in I could see her stare, and stare Wasn't long before she had to give up being a waitress here And she moved on out of town. Not too far We visited almost every week The boy had almost grown He's the spittin' image of his dad, she'd say The most handsome man I've ever known Without cab once more, moved away As I stood close by, once again, she told her story I could see a tear in her eye I know my son longs for the road 'N the last request he had: Let him be a truck driver Like son, like dad The boy soon left town, I never knew for where But I find myself watching every truck that pulls around the curve And Giddy-up-go was the only name that held between the two And I was hopin' that I could be of help It became a dream for me too Just now I froze in my tracks, as I watched two trucks pull in A big new shiny diesel, and an old one Wow. I couldn't help starin' as they walked in Ordered coffee and talked a while Then I saw them leave, both wearin' such a smile They walked out to the old truck And brushed off some dirt So the name plate would show And before my eyes, a little sign that read

Giddy-up-go
GING GANG GOO

Ging gang gooli gooli gooli gooli watcha, ging gang goo, ging gang goo Ging gang gooli gooli gooli gooli watcha, ging gang goo, ging gang goo Heyla, heyla sheyla, heyla sheyla, heyla roo Heyla, heyla sheyla, heyla sheyla, heyla roo Shali walli, shali walli, shali walli, shali walli Oompha, Oompah . . . GIRL SCOUT FEELING 1 . I’ve got that Girl Scout feeling Up in my head (3 times) I’ve got that Girl Scout feeling . Up in my head , up in my head to stay 2. I’ve got that Girl Scout feeling Deep in my heart (3 times) I've got that GirI Scout feeling Deep in my heart, deep in my heart to stay 3. Down in my feet. . 4. All over me. . 5. I've got that Girl Scout feeling. Up in my head, deep in my heart, down in my feet I've got that Girl Scout feeling All over me. All over me to stay.
GIRL SCOUT "ARMY RAP"

Girl Scouts started long ago Started by a lady named Juliette Low In 1912 she started this group In this group you'll find your troop Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Past present future Right now The youngest scouts are called Daisies Sometimes they drive their leaders crazy Brownies are the next in line They're lookin' good and feelin' fine Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts)

Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Past present future Right now Junior Scouts have lots of fun It's one for all and all for one Cadettes and Seniors really rule Being a Scout is super cool Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Past present future Right now Come join the fun and be a Scout Join and learn what it's all about You'll make friends and learn what's new Yes Scouting is for me and you Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Past present future Right now Written by a leader in the Girl Scouts of the Huron Valley Council GIRL SCOUT HYMN . [tune: the Church is One Foundation] O Father we would bring thee A Scoutship strong and true. A life of loving service And struggle weII one through, A Scoutship that the Master WouId surely Iove to see Of utter self-surrender And spotless purity. O knit us all together As loyal friends of all, And make us always ready To help up those who fall. As Scouts we must be trusted To others to do good. God bless and teach and strengthen Our Girl Scout Sisterhood. And so to thee our Captain

As loyal Scouts we come And ask that thou wilt lead us 'Till Scouting days are done. We face tomorrow's warfare Strong in thy strength alone. Look down and bless our Scoutship For we would be thine own.
THE GIRL SCOUT LAW (Home on the Range) I will do-o-o my best To be honest and fair Friendly and he-e-elpful Considerate and caring Courageous and strong and responsible for what I say and do. Respect my se-elf and others Respect autho-ority Use resources wisely Make the world a better place and be a sister to every Girl Scout!

GIRL SCOUTS GOODBYE ROUND [Farmer in the Dell] O come and sing a song Before we go our way . If you're a GirI Scout you'll soon find out We'll meet another day.
GIRL SCOUT MAMBO ( Mambo #5)

A little bit of breakfast on my plate, A little bit of dinner, don't be late, A little bit of gorp while we're on our hike, A little bit of s'mores by firelight, A little bit of brown bears on my stick, A little bit of pudding, not too thick, A little bit of ice cream in the can, We thank you, Lord, and say Amen. GIRL SCOUT SPIRIT I've got the Girl Scout spirit up in my head, Up in my head, up in my head. I've got the Girl Scout spirit up in my head, Up in my head to stay. I've got the GirI Scout spirit deep in my heart... I've got the GirI Scout spirit down in my toes...

I’ve got the Girl Scout spirit. up in my head, Deep in my heart, down in my toes. I've got the Girl Scout spirit all over . me, All over me to stay.
GIRL SCOUT VEST [Battle Hymn of the Republic]

I wear my Girl Scout Vest to the meetings with my troop. It has a few stains on it from some paint and some glue goop. The front has all my badges that we earned learning stuff. The back has the fun patches for the things that weren't tough. Glory, glory, it's my vest Glory, glory, it's the best Gotta earn the sewing badge So I can sew them on myself!

GIRL SCOUTS TOGETHER Girl Scouts together, That is our song. Winding the old trails, Rocky and long. Learning our motto, Living the creed. Girl Scouts together, ln every good deed. Girl Scouts together, Happy are we Friendly to neighbors, Far over the sea. Faithful to country, Loyal to home, Known as true Girl Scouts, Wherever we roam. GIRL SCOUTS TOGETHER [camp version] Girl Scouts together, lonely are we. We need some Boy Scouts for company. Someone who loves us, someone who cares. Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts Make wonderful pairs. GIVE MEYOUR HAND Give me your hand and I’ll take you with me, traveling far and near Seeking a land that needs to be free, Where friendship's meaning is clear. Everyone should surely be a friend to all, no matter where no matter who, And they should do the same for you. Every human being should. do this very thing, but as a Scout in this day and age, You are shown the way. then given the chance,

To be a friend and change the way the world is today. So, give me your hand and I will take you with me To meet different people and learn many things, about the way they live, and the way they feel, about the lives that are lived around them. We live in times of struggle, when fear can lock the door .but a Girl Scout in this day and age can open them once more By always being friendly and showing courtesy, then the world will be a better place for everyone, you see. GLORY, GLORY, HOW PECULIAR (Battle Hymn of the Republic) As one woodpecker pecked up the peg, the other woodpecker pecked down As one woodpecker pecked up the peg, the other woodpecker pecked down As one woodpecker pecked up the peg, the other woodpecker pecked down As one woodpecker pecked up the peg, the other woodpecker pecked down Glory, glory, how peculiar Glory, glory, how peculiar Glory, glory, how peculiar As one woodpecker pecked up the peg, the other woodpecker pecked down As one sly snake slipped up the slide, other sly snake slipped down As one blue bat blew in the bowl, other blue bat blew out As one black bug bled blue black blood, the other black bug bled blue As one drunk duck dove into the ditch, the other drunk duck dropped dead As one flea fly flew up the flue, the other flea fly flew down As one pink porpoise popped into the pool, other pink porpoise popped out As one brown bear backed up the bank, other brown bear backed down As one white whale whipped over the waves, other white whale whipped under GO TELL AUNT RHODY 1 . Go tell Aunt Rhody Go tell Aunt Rhody Go tell Aunt Rhody The old gray goose is dead. . 2. The one she's been savin. (repeat 3 times) To make a feather bed 3. She died in the millpond (repeat 3 times) Standin' on her head. 4. The goslings are cryin' (repeat 3 times) Because their mommy's dead 5. Repeat first verse.

GOAT SONG There was a man And he had a goat. He loved that goat Just like a kid. One day that goat Got frisked and fried. Ate three red shirts Right off the line. The angry man Took him by the neck And tied him to The railroad track. The whistle blew As the train grew near. That poor old goat Was doomed to die. He heaved a sigh Of awful pain And choked up three red shirts And flagged the train, . Flagged the train. . TOOT'TOOT.'

GOD BLESS AMERICA God bless America, land that I love, Stand beside her and guide her Through the night with the light from above. From the mountains to the prairies To the oceans white with foam, God bless America. my home sweet home. God bless America, my home sweet home. GOD BLESS MY UNDERWEAR (God Bless America) God bless my underwear, my only pair Stand beside them, and guide them Through the rips, through the holes, through the tears From the washer, to the dryer, to the clothesline in the air God bless my underwear, my only pair GOING AND GROWING

Going and growing we're moving onward Going and growing we' re moving along We are the Girl Scouts, striding forward, Learning and growing today. We are moving into the future right now, GirI Scouts are here to stay Steady and true we are facing tomorrow strong and secure today. We’re going, Girl Scouts are on our way We're growing, having fun everyday We’re learning, we're learning to work an play We're striving, Girl Scouts are here to stay We' re reaching with each day, we' re going every way We're growing, Girl Scouts are on our way GOING CAMPING (Bubbles) We're forever going camping Camping the whole year round We reach the site, middle of the night And then we find we've got no light Sleeping all together, on the stony ground We're forever going camping Going camping all year round
GOING DOWN THE VALLEY

We are going down the valley, going down the valley Going down the valley one by one, one by one We are going down the valley, going down the valley Going to the setting of the sun We are coming up the valley, coming up the valley Coming up the valley one by one, one by one We are coming up the valley, coming up the valley Coming to the rising of the sun Repeat the first verse several times getting quieter each time as you get further down the valley. Then switch to the second verse and get louder on each repeat

GOING ON A BEAR HUNT (Echo each verse) Going on a bear hunt l'm not afraid Look what's up ahead 1 . A gate

Can't go over it Can't go under it Can’t go around it Gotta go through it READY, LET'S GO Make noise (ererererer) (Repeat above with each of the following lines) 2. A corn field (push motion, swish) 3. A stream (splash, splash) 4. A windy tunnel (blow wind) 5. A hill (climb and pant) 6. A swamp (suction w/feet) 7. A Cave Can't go over it, etc. Can't go under it Can't go around it Gotta go in it (Creep in motion) it’s cold in here It's dark in here I feel something lt' s furry . It's warm lt' s moving lt’s a bear"'....." SCREAM (Do all motions in reverse.) GOING TO KENTUCKY We're going to Kentucky To see the County Fair We saw a Seniorita With flowers in her hair. Oh! Shake it, shake it Shake it; shake it if you can. Shake it Iike a milkshake And shake it once again. Oh rock it to the bottom. . Rock it to the top. Turn around and turn around . until we holler STOP' GOIN' TO LEAVE OL' TEXAS l'm going to leave

ol' Texas now They have no use for the long horned cow They've plowed and fenced my cattle range And the people there are all so strange I'll bid adios . to the Alamo And set my face toward Mexico I'll spend my days on the wide, wide range For the people there are no so strange GOLDEN SUN A golden sun sinks in the west The spirit calls GirI Scouts to rest. We’ve had our work, we've had our play We have lived the GirI Scout way. On my honor I will try . To do my duty to God on high To help all other people out And to live the life of a true GirI Scout.
Goodbye Horse

Goodbye horse, goodbye horse He was saying goodbye to his horse And as he was saying goodbye to his horse He was saying goodbye to his horse Repeat for as long as you can stand it.... GOOD MORNING SONG Way up in the sky The big birds fly While down in the nest The Iittle birds rest. With a wing on the left And a wing on the right. The Iittle birds sleep All through the night. Shh...you’ll wake the Iittle birdies.

The bright sun comes up. The dew drops away. Good morning, good morning The little birds say. GOOD NIGHT Good Night Girl Scouts Good Night Girl Scouts Good Night Girl Scouts it’s time to go to sleep.
GOODNIGHT LADIES

Goodnight ladies, goodnight ladies, goodnight ladies We're sorry to leave you now Merrily we roll along, roll along, roll along Marrily we roll along, across the deep blue see Goodnight campers, goodnight campers Goodnight campers, it's time to say goodnight Sadly it is time to part, time to part, time to part Sadly it is time to part, and to day goodnight Good night . . . Scouts, good night . . . Scouts Good night . . . Scouts, we're going to leave you now. Merrily we Scout along, scout along, scout along. Merrily we Scout along, on the Scouting trail. Farewell, . . . Scouts . . . . Sweet dreams, . . . Scouts . . . .
GOODNIGHT SONG

Evening sunset paints the sky Smoke from campfire drifts on high Songs and stories we like best Just before we go to rest Goodnight to every . . . Scout, say goodnight To those away and these here in our sight The fun we've had we will not soon forget The things we've learned and the pals we've met And so, goodnight to every . . . Scout, say goodnight Above may each {girl's|boy's star send forth its light While songs and stories shared now wing their flight Goodnight, sweet dreams, goodnight!
GOPHER GIRLS Make buck teeth (gopher teeth) sticking out over lower lip while singing:

We are the gopher girls We go for gopher guys They don't gofer us

We wonder why! GOPHER GUTS (The Old Grey Mare) Great green gobs of greasy grimy gopher guts mutilated monkey meat dirty little pigeon's feet All mixed up with a pile of poison possum pus and me without my spoon And me without my spoon and me without spoon Great green gobs of greasy grimy gopher guts and me without my spoon We'll use a straw!
GO WELL AND SAFELY

Go well and safely, Go well and safely, Go well and safely The Lord be ever with you Stay well and safely, Stay well and safely, Stay well and safely The Lord be ever with you
GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK

My grandfather's clock was too large for the shelf So it stood ninety years on the floor It was taller by half than the old man himself Though it weighed not a pennyweight more It was bought on the morn of the day that he was born And was always his treasure and pride But it stopped, short, never to go again When the old man died Ninety years without slumbering, tick, tock, tick, tock His life seconds numbering, tick, tock, tick, tock It stopped, short, never to go again, when the old man died In watching its pendulum swing to and fro Many hours had he spent as a boy And in childhood and manhood the clock seemed to know And to share both his grief and his joy For it struck twenty-four when he entered at the door With a blooming and beautiful bride But it stopped, short, never to go again When the old man died My grandfather said that of those he could hire Not a servant so faithful he found For it wasted no time, and had but one desire At the close of each week to be wound

And it kept in its place, not a frown upon its face And its hands never hung by its side But it stopped, short, never to go again When the old man died It rang in alarm in the dead of the night An alarm that for years had been dumb And we knew that his spirit was plumbing its flight That his hour of departure had come Still the clock kept the time, with a soft and muffled chime As we silently stood by his side But it stopped, short, never to go again When the old man died
THE GRAND OLD DUKE OF YORK

O, the grand old Duke of York He has ten thousand men He marched them up to the top of the hill (march) And he marched them down again (march) And when they were up they were up (stand up) And when they were down they were down (squat down) And when they were only half way up (hover half way) They were neither up nor down (stand up, squat down quickly) THE GRAND OLD CAPTAIN KIRK (THE GRAND OLD DUKE OF YORK) O, the grand old Captain Kirk He has five hundred men He beamed them up to the Enterprise And he beamed them down again And when they were up they were up (stand up) And when they were down they were down (squat down) And when they were only half way up (hover half way) They were nowhere to be found (stand up, squat down quickly) GRAND OLD FLAG You're a grand old flag You're a high-flying flag And forever in peace may you wave Your the emblem of the land I Iove The home of the free and the brave Every heart beats true Under red, white, and blue Where there's never a boast or a brag But should auId acquaintance be forgot Keep your eye on the grand old flag. GRANNY'S IN THE CELLAR

Oh. Granny's in the ceIIar Lordy, can't you smell her cooking biscuits on that darn old greasy stove. In her eye there is some matter That keeps dripping in the batter. And she whistles as the (rub nose and sniff) runs down her nose. (CHORUS:) Down her nose, . down her nose, And she whistles as the runs down her nose. Oh, Granny's in the ceIIar Lordy can't you smell her Steamin' crabs on the darn old greasy stove On her elbow there are scabs That keep failing in the crabs And she whistles as the -- runs down her nose CHORUS Oh, Granny's in the cellar Lordy, can't you smell her cooking rice on that darn old greasy stove. In her hair there are some lice That keep jumping in the rice And she whistles as the -- runs down her nose. CHORUS .

Oh' Granny's in the ceIIar Lordy, can't you smell her cooking cobbler on that darn old greasy stove Her glass eye it is a wobbler That keeps failing in the cobbler And she whistles as the -- runs down her nose. CHORUS Oh, Granny's in the Iaundry And she's in a quandry 'Cause she put some starch in with her underwear And it's gonna be disaster When it dries as hard as pilaster But she's tough as nails and so she doesn't care Underwear , Underwear

She put some starch in with her underwear And it's gonna be disaster when it dries a hard as plaster But she's tough as nails so she doesn't care. GRAY SQUIRREL, GRAY SQUIRREL Gray squirrel, gray squirrel, swish your bushy tail, Gray squirrel. gray squirrel, swish your bushy tail, Wrinkle up your little nose, find a nut between your toes, Gray squirrel, gray squirrel, swish your bushy tail.
THE GREAT AMERICAN RAILWAY

In eighteen hundred and fifty one Work on the railway was begun Work on the railway was begun Workin' on the railway Patsy atsy ori ay, ori ay, ori ay Patsy atsy ori ay, ori ay, ori ay Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty two I found myself with nothing to do I found myself with nothing to do Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty three The overseer accepted me The overseer accepted me Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty four My back was getting mighty sore My back was getting mighty sore Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty five I found myself more dead than alive I found myself more dead than alive Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty six I dropped a couple of dynamite sticks I dropped a couple of dynamite sticks Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty seven I found myself half way to heaven I found myself half way to heaven Workin' on the railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty eight I found myself at the Pearly Gate I found myself at the Pearly Gate Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty nine A cherub's harp and wings were mine A cherub's harp and wings were mine Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty-ten If you want any more, you can sing it again If you want any more, you can sing it again Workin' on the railway GREAT GREEN GLOBS Great green globs Of greasy. grimy gopher guts, Itsy, bitsy birdies feet, MutiIated monkey meat, French fried eyeballs . swimming in a pool of blood And me without my spoon (or even a straw)!
THE GREAT MEAT PIE

The great meat pie was a tidy size And it took a week to make it A day to carry it to the shop And just a week to bake it And if you'd seen it I'll be bound Your wonder you'd scarce govern They were forced to break the front wall down to get it in the oven It too full thirty sacks of flour It's a fact now that I utter Three hundred pails of water, too And a hundred tubs of butter The crust was nearly seven feet thick You couldn't easily bruise it And the rolling pin was such a size It took ten men to use it There were twenty-five spareribs of pork I'm sure I'm not mistaken With two and thirty hams for York And twenty sides of bacon The pie was made by fifty cooks And all of them first raters

And then they filled up all the nooks with a ton of kidney 'taters GREEN GRASS (There was a Hole) There was a hole The prettiest little hole that you ever did see And the green grass grew all around, all around And the green grass grew all around And in that hole There was a tree The prettiest little tree that you ever did see And the tree was in the hole And the hole was in the ground Continue adding one line at a time.... Now on that tree... There was a branch... the prettiest little etc... ...limb on the tree ...nest on the limb ...egg in the nest ...bird in the egg ...wing on the bird ...feather on the wing ...bacteria on the feather GREEN GROW THE RUSHES-HO I'll sing you one-ho. Green grow the rushes-ho What is your one-ho? One is one and all alone and evermore shall be . so. I.II sing you a two-ho Green grow the rushes -ho What are your two-ho? Two, two the lily white boys clothed all in green-ho One is one and all alone and ever more shall be so. I’ll sing you three-ho Green grow the rushes-ho What are your three-ho Three, three the rivals, Two, two the lily white boys clothed all in green-ho, .

One is one and all alone and evermore shall be so. four-ho Four for the gospel makers five-ho . Five for the symbols at your door. six-ho Six for the six proud walkers seven -ho Seven for the seven stars in the sky eight-ho Eight for the April rainers nine-ho Nine for the nine bright shiners ten-ho ten for the ten commandments eleven-ho Eleven for the eleven went up to heaven twelve-ho . Twelve for the twelve Apostles.
GREENLAND FISHERIES

'Twas in eighteen hundred and fifty three On June the thirteenth day That our gallant ship her anchor weighed And for Greenland bore away, brave boys And for Greenland bore away The lookout in the crosstrees stood With a spyglass in his hand "There's a whale, there's a whale, there's a whalefish" he cried And she blows at every span, brave boys And she blows at every span The captain stood on the quarter-deck And a fine little man was he "Overhaul! Overhaul! let your davit-tackles fall And launch your boats for the sea, brave boys And launch your boats for the sea" Now the boats were launched and the men aboard And the whale was full in view

Resolv-ed was each seaman bold To steer where the whalefish blew, brave boys To steer where the whalefish blew We struck the whale, and the line paid out But she gave such a flourish with her tail That the boat capsized and four men were lost And we never caught that whale, brave boys And we never caught that whale "To lose that whale" our captain said "It grieves my heart full sore But to lose four of our gallant sailor boys It grieves me ten times more, brave boys It grieves me ten times more" "The winter star doth now appear So, boys, we'll anchor weigh It's time to leave this cold country And homeward bear away, brave boys And homeward bear away" Oh, Greenland is a dreadful place A land that's never green Where there's ice and snow, and the whalefishes blow And the daylight's seldom seen, brave boys And the daylight's seldom seen GREENSLEEVES . Alas my love you do me wrong To cast me off discourteously For I have loved you oh so long DeIighting in your company (CHORUS:) GreensIeeves was all my joy And oh GreensIeeves was my delight GreensIeeves, my heart of gold And all for my lady GreensIeeves. Ah GreensIeeves now farewell adieu, To God I pray to prosper thee For I am still thy sweetheart true Come once again to meet me. CHORUS
GREEN TREES AROUND YOU

Green trees around you, blue skies above Friends all about you in a world filled with love Taps sounding softly, hearts beating true As Girl Scouts sing Good Night to you

(Then you sing Taps)
GROWING UP IN GIRL SCOUTS (Brownie Smile)

Daisy "I've something in my pocket..." That's what the big girls say. I'll have a pocket of my own, When I wear brown someday. My life is bright and easy, I smile most of the day. I'm having lots of fun now, I sing and laugh and play! Brownie I've something in my pocket That belongs across my face. I keep it very close at hand In a most convenient place. I bet you'll never guess it If you guess a long, long while I'll put it on and show you, It's my great big Brownie Smile. Junior "I've something in my pocket..." That's what I used to say. I spent my time so aimlessly, At home, at school, at play. Now every day is special, I'm searching, who am I? Only I can find that out Please let me have a try! Cadette "I've something in my pocket..." That's what I used to say. Playing childhood games with friends, Seems just like yesterday. I'm becoming a young woman, Soon I'll be a child no more, There's lots of opportunity, And so much to explore.

Senior "I've something in my pocket..." That's what I used to say. Then Mother Nature waved her hand And childhood flew away. Today my needs are different, I wonder, 'What will be?' I'm making life decisions now, The choice is up to me. Leaders I have something in my pocket, That's what we always said, But now we are the leaders, Teaching them instead We teach them when they're young, We guide them when they're old We watch them grow up strong and tall And that is our reward
THE GYPSY ROVER

The Gypsy rover went over the hill Down to the valley so shady He whistled and he sang till the green woods rang For he won the heart of a lady Ha di do, ah dido da day, ah di do, ah di day-ee He whistled and he sang till the green woods rang For he won the heart of a lady. She left her father's castle gate She left her own true lover She left her servants and her estate To follow the Gypsy rover Her father saddled his fastest steed He searched the valley all over He sought his daughter at great speed And the whistling Gypsy rover He came at last to a mansion fine Down by the river Claydee And there was music and there was wine For the Gypsy and his lady "He is no Gypsy, my father," said she "But a lord of freelands all over And I will stay to my dying day

With my whistling Gypsy rover
HAIL, HAIL, THE GANG'S ALL HERE

Hail, hail, the gang's all here Never mind the weather, here we are together Hail, hail, the gang's all here Sure we're glad that you're here, too! Hail, hail, the gang's all here We're a bunch of live ones, not a single dead one Hail, hail, the gang's all here Sure I'm glad that I'm here, too!
HAM AND EGGS

Ham and eggs, ham and eggs I like mine fried nice and brown I like mine fried up and down Ham and eggs, ham and eggs Flip 'em, flop 'em, flop 'em, flip 'em; ham and eggs!
HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN

Happy days are here again! The skies above are clear again Let us sing a song of cheer again Happy days are here again Altogether shout it now There's no one who can doubt it now So let's tell the world about it now Happy days are here again Your cares and troubles are gone There'll be no more from now on Happy days are here again! The skies above are clear again Let us sing a song of cheer again Happy days are here again HEAD SHOULDERS KNEES & TOES Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes Eyes and ears, one mouth, one nose Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes
THE HAPPY WANDERER

I love to go a-wandering Along the mountain track

And as a go I love to sing My knapsack on my back Valderi, Valdera, Valderi Valdera-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Valderi, Valdera My Knapsack on my back I love to wander by the stream That dances in the sun So joyously it calls to me Come join my happy song I wave my hat to all I meet And they wave back to me And blackbirds call so loud and sweet From every greenwood tree High overhead the skylarks wing They never rest at home But just like me they love to sing As o'er the world we roam Oh, may I go a-wandering Until the day I die And may I always laugh and sing Beneath God's clear blue sky
HEALTH AND STRENGTH

For health and strength and daily bread We praise thy name, Oh Lord.
HEART OF MY HEART

Heart of my heart, how I love that melody Heart of my heart, brings back fond memories When we were kids on the corner of the square We were rough and ready guys But oh, how we could harmonize Heart of my heart, how our friends were dearer then Too bad we had to part I know a tear would glisted, If once more I could listen To the gang that sang heart of my heart
HEIDI HEY

Heidi-hey Heidi-ho! Iddly-Widdly Woddley Wo Lift your heads up to the sky Girl Scouts are passing by Heidi-hey Heidi-ho! Iddly-Widdly Woddley Wo Better, better than the rest Troop 4217 is the best

Heidi-hey Heidi-ho! Iddly-Widdly Woddley Wo If you heard what I just said Get on your knees and bow your head HE JUMPED WITHOUT A PARACHUTE (John Browns Body) He jumped without a paracute from twenty thousand feet He jumped without a paracute from twenty thousand feet He jumped without a paracute from twenty thousand feet And he aint gonna jump no more Glory glory what a hell of a way to die Glory glory what a hell of a way to die Glory glory what a hell of a way to die And he aint gonna jump no more He landed on the pavement like a lump of strawberry jam He landed on the pavement like a lump of strawberry jam He landed on the pavement like a lump of strawberry jam And he aint gonna jump no more They put him in a matchbox and they sent him home to mum They put him in a matchbox and they sent him home to mum They put him in a matchbox and they sent him home to mum And he aint gonna jump no more She put on the mantelpiece for everyone to see She put on the mantelpiece for everyone to see She put on the mantelpiece for everyone to see And he aint gonna jump no more She put him on the table when the Vicar came to tea She put him on the table when the Vicar came to tea She put him on the table when the Vicar came to tea And he aint gonna jump no more The Vicar spread him on some toast and said what lovely jam The Vicar spread him on some toast and said what lovely jam The Vicar spread him on some toast and said what lovely jam And he aint gonna jump no more HELLO (I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing/Auld Lang Syne) I love to hear the word Hello Wherever I may go It's full of friendship And good cheer And warms the heart up so Hello, Hello, Hello, Hello Hello, Hello, Hello... When e'er we meet

Like friends let's greet Each other with Hello Hello, Hello, Hello, Hello Hello, Hello, Hello... HELLO Hello! Hello! Hello! Hello! We are glad to meet you We are glad to greet you Hello! Hello! Hello! Hello.! [lnternationaI Version] Bonjour, Hola. Gutentag, Kaneecheewah We are glad to meet you We are glad to greet you Bonjour, Hola, Gutentag, Kaneecheewah
HELLO, MY NAME IS O

Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well press this button then (press button with finger) Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well press this button then (press two buttons with both hands alternately) Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well press this button then (press buttons with both hands and one foot) Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well press this button then (press buttons with both hands and two feet) Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well press this button then (press buttons with both hands, two feet and nose) Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well come and join my Scout Troop then!
HENRY MY SON

Where have you been all day, Henry my son Where have you been all day, my beloved one Woods, dear mother, woods, dear mother

Oh mother come quick 'cos I feel very sick And I want to lay down and die, die, die, die Die, die, die, die What did you do there, Henry my son What did you do there, my beloved one Eat, dear mother, eat, dear mother What did you eat there, Henry my son What did you eat there, my beloved one Eels, dear mother, eels, dear mother What colour were they, Henry my son What colour were they, my beloved one Green and yellow, green and yellow Those eels were snakes, Henry my son Those eels were snakes, my beloved one Yuck, dear mother, Yuck, dear mother What colour flowers d'you want, Henry my son What colour flowers d'you want, my beloved one Green and yellow, Green and yellow Oh mother come quick 'cos I feel very sick And I want to lay down and die
HERE WE SIT

Here we sit like bumps on a cedar log Bumps on a cedar log Here we sit like bumps on a cedar log
(Make up your own last line, such as)

Waiting for our dinner Or Waiting for the fun to start HERMAN'S PRAYER If we all said a prayer For each other every day What a wonderful world this would be . I WouId ask God to bless you And keep you every day Knowing you'd do the same prayer for me HERMAN THE WORM Sitting on the back fence, chewing on my bubble gum (Smak, Smak, Smak, Smak) Paying with my yo-yo, (Whoo, Whoo) and along comes Herman the Worm. And he was THlS BlG. . And I said Herman What Happened 1. I ate my sister. Repeat 2. I ate my brother. Repeat

3. I ate my mother. Repeat 4. I ate my father. Repeat 5. Oh, excuse me! I burped.
HE'S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HANDS

He's got the whole world in His hands He's got the whole world in His hands He's got the whole world in His hands He's got the whole world in His hands 2. He's got the wind and the rain in His hands 3. He's got the tiny little baby in His hands 4. He's got you an d me sister in His hands 5. He's got the sun and the moon . . . 6. He's got everybody here . . . HE'S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD 1 . He’s got the whole world in his hands (3X) He's got the whole world in his hands. 2. He's got the darlin' Daisy's in his hands (3X) 3. He' s got the bouncing' Brownies in his hands(3X) He’s got the bossy, bossy Brownies in His hands… He’s got the itty bitty Brownies in His hands… He’s got the busy, busy Brownies in His hands… 4. He's got the jumpin' Juniors in his hands (3X) He’s got the Jolly, Jolly Juniors in His hands… He’s got the Jazzy, Jazzy Juniors in His hands… 5. He's got the crazy Cadettes in his hands (3X) He’s got the cool, cool Cadettes in His hands… 6.He's got the silly Seniors in his hands (3X) He’s got the sassy, sassy Seniors in His hands… He’s got the sweet, sweet Seniors in His hands… He’s got the sexy, sexy Seniors in His hands… 7. He’s got the kooky cookie moms in his hands (3X) 8. He’s got the pesky, pesky parents in His hands… 9. He's got the loud mouth leaders in his hands(3X, yell) He’s got the lovely, lovely leaders in His hands… 10. He’s got all the Girl Scouts

HEY HO! Hey, ho! nobody home Meat nor drink nor money have I none Yet I will be happy
HEY LOLLEE This song is meant to be made up by the singers as you go along. But if you decide to play it this way, you might want to sing a chorus between each verse to let the next person think up some lines.

Hey Lollee, lollee, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo Hey Lollee, lollee, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo This is a crazy kind of song, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo You make it up as you go along, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo When calypso singers sing this song, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo It sometimes lasts the whole day long, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo First you invent a simple rhyme, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo Then another one to rhyme, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo While you catch on I'll sing a verse, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo Then you do one that's even worse, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo I know a girl named Emily, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo She sings "Hey Lollee" in just one key, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo Tonight we've chosen another key, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo You won't be hearing from Emily, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo She sings "Hey Lollee" day and night, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo It never seems to come out right, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo I know a man name Mr. Jones, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo When he sings, everybody groans, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo The singer you fast the getter it's tuff, Hey Lollee , lollee, lo To line up makes that you won't muff, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo Let's put this song back on the shelf, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo if you want anymore you can sing it yourself, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo HEY, LOOK US OVER Hey, look us over, Scout in review Voters tomorrow, future mothers too Finding our places in society . Knowing we have a job to do . That takes responsibility BeIieve in the Promise uphold the law Living our Motto, honoring our cause Trying something new we present to you The panoramic view Of GirI Scouts on Parade. Hey, We' re the Brownies, beanies in place You’ll find a smile on every face Eager to learn and do everything Loving our leaders who guide us through

Discussions in the Brownie Ring We'll be ready helpers, friendmakers too DaiIy discover some good deed to do It's a great ball, we invite you all To join the big parade Of the Brownie Scouts Brigade Hey, come on over, watch all the fun See how we Juniors get our duties done Plan in patrols, it's troop democracy Earning badges in many fields Enlarge our versatility We study the proper flag courtesies Love to explore all nature's mysteries it’s a great big world, it's for every girl From nine to twelve years old Join a Junior Scout Patrol We're the Cadettes, we promise to be of Service to you in your community Face every challenge, hopefully trust To be the king of citizen America expects of us As we plan careers we will understand We could become First Lady of the land All the fun we share as we proudly wear That right we won't forget That of a Silver Award Cadette Hey, look us over, Seniors are we Turning the wheel of opportunity Whether the home, outdoors or the arts Mounted, Mariner, Service Aides . It's where our lifetime program starts Whatever the duty, Always prepared Gaining our goals through leaders who have cared When we graduate we won't hesitate To carry on the way Of the GirI Scouts, U.S.A. THE HIKE SONG [tune: Caissons Go RolIing Along] Strap your pack to your back, With a sandwich for a snack, And we'll take to the road with a song.

Thro' the brush, thro' the brake, When the day is first awake, Then the Girl Scouts go marching along. Whether spring or fall, You hear the highroad call, Come out! tune up your little song! So, take your pack And strap it to your back, For the Girl Scouts are hiking along, COME OUT HIKlNG! For the Girl Scouts are hiking along. HILLBILLY WILL When my Hillbilly Will comes ariding round the hill, I just can't get my shoes on fast enough. Yee Haw. . When he kisses my cheek, I don't wash for a week. How I love my HillbilIy WiIl HiIlbilly Will, Hillbilly WiIl, Hillbilly Will, Hillbilly Will. When he kisses me on my cheek, I don't wash for a week How I love my Hillbilly WiIl. Yee Haw.
HOLE IN MY BUCKET

There's a hole in my bucket, dear Liza, dear Liza There's a hole in my bucket, dear Liza, a hole Well fix it, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry Well fix it, dear Henry, well fix it With what shall fix it . . . With straw . . . The straw is too long . . . Well cut it . . . With what shall I cut it . . . With an axe . . . The axe is too dull . . . Then sharpen it, . . . With what shall I sharpen it . . . With a stone . . . . The stone is too dry . . . Then wet it . . . With what shall I wet it . . . With water . . . . In what shall I fetch it . . . With a bucket . . . There's a hole in my bucket . . .

HOLE IN THE SEA

There's a hole in the bottom of the sea There's a hole in the botom of the sea There's a hole, there's a hole There's a hole in the botom of the sea There's a log in the hole in the bottom of the sea There's a log in the hole in the bottom of the sea There's a hole, there's a hole There's a hole in the bottom of the sea There's a bump on the log in the hole . . . etc. There's a frog on the bump on the log . . . etc. There's a fly on the frog on the bump . . . etc. There's a wing on the fly on the frog . . . etc. There's a flea on the wing on the fly . . . etc. There's a hole, there's a hole There's a hole in the bottom of the sea HOME ON THE RANGE Oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam Where the deer and the antelope play Where seldom is heard a discouraging word] And the sky is not cloudy all day Home Home on the range Where the deer and the antelope play Where seldom is heard a discouraging word And the skies are not cloudy all day. Where the air is so pure, and the zephyrs so free The breezes so balmy and light That i would not exchange my home on the range For all of the cities so bright
HONK, HONK, RATTLE, RATTLE

It's made of wood, it's made of tin Nobody knows what shape it's in. It has four wheels and a running board, It's a For Oh it's a Ford Honk, Honk, rattle, rattle, rattle Crash, peep, peep! Honk, Honk, rattle, rattle, rattle Crash, peep, peep! Honk, Honk, rattle, rattle, rattle Crash, peep, peep! Honk! Honk! HORSE FLY (The More We Get Together) Did you ever see a horse fly, a horse fly, a horse fly?

Did you ever see a horse fly, a horse fly, fly, fly? Did you ever see a board walk, a board walk, a board walk? Did you ever see a board walk, a board walk, walk, walk? Additional verses: Shoe lace, hair pin, tooth pick, eye drop, neck tie, moth bawl, eye lash, yard stick, ear drum, clam bake
HORSEY, HORSEY

HORSEY, HORSEY HORSEY, HORSEY (2 part song) Part 1) I'd like to take a horse and buggyI'd like to take a horse and buggyI'd like to take a horse and buggyI'd like to take a horse and buggy As I go riding through the town; I like to hear old Dobbin's clip-clop, I like to feel the wheels go round. Part 2) Horsey, horsey, on your way; We've been to-gether for many a day; So let your tail go swish as the wheels go round; Giddy up! We're homeward bound. Horsey, horsey, don't you stop; Just let your feet go clippety-clop; And let your tail go swish as the wheels go round; Giddy up! We're homeward bound. Horsey Horsey enters here.
HOT TIME IN THE OLD TOWN TONIGHT

Late last night when we were all in bed, Mrs. O'Leary left her lantern in the shed. Well, the cow kicked it over, and this is what they said: "There'll be a hot time in the old town tonight!" When you hear those bells go ding-a-ling, All join 'round and sweetly you must sing. And when the verse is through, in the chorus all join in: "There'll be a hot time in the old town tonight!" (For dramatic effect, shout out "FIRE, FIRE, FIRE" at the end of the first verse) HOT TIME IN THE OLD TOWN TONIGHT (Silly variant) Ten nights dark when bed we all were in Old Leary lady hung the shed her lantern in And when the kick cowed it over, she eyed her wink and said "There'll be town hot in the time old tonight!" HOW DRY I AM (1) How dry I am, How wet I'll be If I don't find the bathroom key I found the key, I found the door

But it's too late, It's on the floor HOW DRY I AM (2) How dry I am, How wet I'd be If I could find the bathroom key I found the key, I found the door ...Hiccup... I'm dry no more
HOW MUCH IS THAT DOGGIE IN THE WINDOW?

How much is that doggie in the window? The one with the waggly tail How much is that doggie in the window? I do hope that doggie's for sale I must take a trip to California And leave my poor sweetheart alone If he has a dog, he won't be lonesome And the doggie will have a good home I read in the papers there are robbers With flashlights that shine in the dark My love needs a doggie to protect him And scare them away with one bark I don't want a bunny or a kitty I don't want a parrot that talks I don't want a bowl of little fishies He can't take a goldfish for walks
HO YOUNG RIDER

(round) Ho, young rider, apple-cheeked one, Whither riding? On your steed so black and prancing, wither riding? What matters where I ride? Slovak mountains are my pride, Dusha moya, dusha moya. Hey! Ho, young rider, apple-cheeked one, whither roaming? On your steed so black and prancing, wither roaming? What matters where I roam? Slovak mountains are my home, Dusha moya, dusha moya. Hey! HUMAN TOUCH It’s the human touch in this world that counts The touch of your hand in mine That means more to the fainting heart Than shelter, bread, and wine The shelter's gone when the night is o'er And bread lasts only a day The touch of your hand and the sound of your voice

Live on in my soul always May the road rise up to meet you May the wind be always at your back May the sun shine upon your face The rain fall soft upon your fields And until we meet again someday May God hold you in the palm of his hand May the memories that we have shared Linger on and on. HYMN OF SCOUTING (The Church's One Foundation) Oh Father we would bring Thee a Scoutship strong and true A life of loving service and struggle well won through A Scoutship that our Founder would surely love to see Of utter self-surrender and spotless purity Oh knit us all together as loyal friends of all And make us every ready to help up those who fall As Scouts we must be trusted to others to do good God bless and keep and strengthen the Scouting brother[/sister]hood So as we stand before Thee we give our promise true That we will on our honor love God and country too We'll help all others daily in all we say and do And live the laws of Scouting as Thou woulds't have us do And so Thee our Captain, as loyal Scouts we come And ask that Thou will leads us 'til Scouting days are done We face tomorrow's struggles strong in Thy strength alone Look down and bless our Scoutship, for we would be Thine own I'd Do Anything I'd do anything for you, dear, anything For you mean everything to me I know that I'd go anywhere for your smile, anywhere For your smile everywhere I'd see Let the clouds of grey come along Surely they won't stay very long If you'll say --- You're mine alone I'd risk everything for one kiss everything Yes, I'd do anything, anything for you
I AM

I am the mountain, I am the sky I am the swallow, I fly and fly I am the meadow, I nurse the lamb I am the river, Iam , I am

I am the ocean, I rush to shore I shall be restless, forever more I am the tall tree, I shade the land I am the wild wid, I am, I am We’re bound together, this world and me I am a part of, the things I see I am of nature, it is of me I’m of my maker, I am, I am I'D RATHER SUCK ON A LEMON DROP Oh, I’d rather suck on a lemon drop than to try my luck with a IoIlypop Cause I always drop my IoIlypop And it gets all Over icky. I've tried and tried but I cannot find A lollipop that's half-way refined So I'd rather suck on a lemon drop than to try my luck with a Iollypop Cause I always drop my lollipop and it gets all over icky ooo icky ooo icky icky icky goo
IF ALL THE RAINDROPS

If all the raindrops Were lemon drops and gumdrops Oh, what a rain that would be! Standing outside, with my mouth open wide Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah If all the raindrops Were lemon drops and gumdrops Oh, what a rain that would be! If all the snowflakes Were candy bars and milkshakes Oh, what a snow that would be! Standing outside, with my mouth open wide Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah If all the snowflakes Were candy bars and milkshakes Oh, what a snow that would be! If all the sunbeams Were bubblegum and ice cream Oh, what a sun that would be! Standing outside, with my mouth open wide Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah If all the sunbeams Were bubblegum and ice cream Oh, what a sun that would be

IF I HAD WINGS If I had wings, no one WouId ask me, should I fly. The bird sings, no one asks why. I can see in myself wings as I feel them. If you see something else keep your thoughts to yourself'. I’ll fly free then. How can you ask if l'm happy going my way? You might as well ask a child at play. There's no need to discuss or understand me. I won't ask of myself to be someone else; I’ll just be me. . Yesterday's eyes see their colors fading away; They see their sun turning to gray. You can't share in a dream that you don't believe in. If you say that you see and pretend to be me; You won't be then. If I had wings...[repeat verse I ]
I DON'T KNOW WHY

I don't know why, I love you like I do

I don't know why I just do I don't know why you thrill me like you do I don't know why you just do You never seem to want my romancing The only time you hold me is when we're dancing I don't know why I love you like I do I don't know why I just do
If

If I told you that I wanted you to belong to me Would you say yes or would you tell me that you didn't know Little darlin' 'N if I promised you forever that we'd always be together Would you tell me that you love me like that I love you Little darlin' You know that I really love you and would do anything to bore you Tell Tim to give me your answer, I'll say to you Little darlin' If you give your heart to only me I'll give my heart to only you And you would be so happy, won't you say you will Little darlin' Dum dum dum da rum da rum Dum dum dum pa rum pa rum Rum dum dum da rum da rum Rum da da da da da Little darlin' If you give your heart to only me I'll give my heart to only you And you would be so happy, won't you say you will Little darlin' Dum dum dum da rum da rum Dum dum dum pa rum pa rum Rum dum dum da rum da rum Rum da da da da da
IF I HAD A HAMMER

If I had a hammer, I'd hammer in the morning I'd hammer in the evening, all over this land I'd hammer out danger, I'd hammer out a warning I'd hammer out the love between my brothers and sisters All over this land If I had a bell, I'd ring it in the morning I'd ring it in the evening, all over this land I'd ring out danger, I'd ring out a warning I'd ring about the love between my brothers and sisters All over this land If I had a song, I'd sing it in the morning I'd sing it in the evening, all over this land

I'd sing out danger, I'd sing out a warning I'd sing about the love between my brothers and sisters All over this land Well I've got a hammer, and I've got a bell And I've got a song to sing, all over this land It's the hammer of justice, It's the bell of freedom It's the song about the love between my brothers and sisters All over this land IF IT'S RAINING (If You're Happy and You Know It) If it's raining and you know it clap your hands If it's raining and you know it clap your hands If it's raining and you know it then your clothes will surely show it If it's raining and you know it clap your hands If the mud is only knee deep, stamp your feet If the mud is only knee deep, stamp your feet If the mud is only knee deep, and you wish that it were hip deep If the mud is only knee deep, stamp your feet If the wind is really blowing, shake your head If the wind is really blowing, shake your head If the wind is really blowing, and your permanent is going If the wind is really blowing, shake your head If the temperature is falling, rub your hands If the temperature is falling, rub your hands If the temperature is falling, and your spirits are appalling If the temperature is falling, rub your hands
IF I WERE NOT A BRIGHT GIRL GUIDE

If I were not a bright Girl Guide Something else I'd rather be If I were not a bright Girl Guide A washer woman I would be I'd be working all day long, singing this old song Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes If I were not a bright Girl Guide Something else I'd rather be If I were not a bright girl guide A bus conductor I would be I'd be working all day long, singing this old song Move along there, move along there, no more room inside, ding! Move along there, move along there, no more room inside, ding! Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes A secretary I would be Taking shorthand, taking shorthand, sitting on the bosses knee, oh!

Taking shorthand, taking shorthand, sitting on the bosses knee, oh! Move along there, move along there, no more room inside, ding! Move along there, move along there, no more room inside, ding! Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes IF I WERE NOT A GIRL SCOUT (This is the Music Concert) Now I'm a Girl Scout, (or Girl Guide) as you can plainly see But if I weren't a Girl Scout (or Girl Guide) . . . A bird watcher I'd be Hark a lark, flying through the park, SPLAT! A plumber I would be Plunge it, flush it, look out below! A mermaid I would be Bloop, bloop, bloop, bloop, bloop, bloop! A carpenter I'd be Two by four, nail it to the floor! A secretary I'd be z-z-z-z get the point, z-z-z-z get the point? A teacher I would be Sit down, shut up, throw away your gum! An airline attendant I'd be Coffee, tea, or me, sir; here's your little bag, BLEH! A hippie I would be Love and peace, my hair is full of grease! A farmer I would be Here's a cow, there's a cow, and here's another yuck! A laundry worker I would be Starchy here, starchy there, starchy in your underwear! A cashier I would be Twenty nine, forty nine, here is your change, sir! A gym teacher I'd be We must, we must, improve the bust! A medic I would be Turn around, drop your pants, jab, jab, jab! A doctor I would be Take a pill; pay my bill! I'm going golfing! An electrician I would be Positive, negative; turn on the juice-ZZZT! A Preacher I would be Well, well, you never can tell; you might go to heaven, or you might go to hell! A fireman I would be Jump lady! Jump lady! Whoo-ooah! GOTCHA! A cook I would be Mix it, bake it; heartburn-BURP!

A ice cream maker I'd be Tutti-frutti, tutti-fruitti, nice ice cream! A politician I would be Raise the taxes, lower the pay, vote for me on election day! A butcher I would be Chop it up, grind it up, make a little patty! A garbage collector I'd be Lift it, dump it, sort out the goodies! A typist I would be Ticka, ticka, ticka, ticka, ticka, ticka, ZING! A [Domino's] pizza maker I'd be 30 minute, fast delivery! A clam digger I would be Dig one here, dig one there-Oh my frozen derriere! Superman I would be It's a bird, it's a plane, where is Lois Lane? Lois Lane I would be Get away, get away, get away, Clark Kent! A cyclist I would be peddle, peddle, peddle, peddle; ring, ring, ring! A truck driver I'd be Here's a curve, there's a curve. HERE'S A BETTER CURVE! Makes outline of shapely woman A house cleaner I'd be Ooh, a bug; squish it in the rug! A baby [toddler] I would be Mama, Dada, I wuv you! A (Opposite organization) I would be!
IF I WEREN'T A GIRL SCOUT

(Chorus) I'm proud that I'm a Girl Scout, there's nothing I'd rather be, But if I weren't a Girl Scout, a (insert occupation) I would be: Ice Cream Maker: Ooga chucka, Ooga chucka (making movement like stirring ice cream with both hands), good ice cream (holding cone and licking) Plumber: Flush, Flush, Flush, (flushing toilet), Look out below (cupping hands to mouth) Hairdresser: Snip, Snip, Snip (Scissor motions with fingers, to the girl's hair next to you), Oh what a pity! (hand to cheek) Carpenter: Two by Four and nail it to the floor (hold up two fingers, then four and then hammer motion), Can you dig it! I'm glad that I'm a Girl Scout, there's nothing I'd rather be, but if I weren't a Girl Scout, I'D JUST BE ME!!

I FOUND A MILLION DOLLAR BABY

It was a lucky April shower It was the most convenient door I found a million dollar baby In a five and ten cent store The rain continued for an hour I hung around for three or four Around a million dollar baby In a five and ten cent store She was selling china And when she made those eyes I kept buying china Until the crowd got wise Incident'ly, if you should run into a shower Just step inside my cottage door And meet a million dollar baby From the five and ten cent store
IF YOU KNEW SUSIE

If you knew Susie, like I knew Susie Oh, Oh, Oh what a girl There's none so classy as this fair lassie Oh, Oh, Holy mackerel what a chassis We went riding, she didn't balk Back from Yonkers, I'm the one who had to walk If you knew Susie, like I knew Susie Oh, Oh what a gal IF YOU'RE HAPPY If you're happy and you know it Clap your hands [clap clap] If you're happy and you know it Clap your hands [clap clap] If you're happy and you know it Then your heart will surely know it. If you're happy and you know it Clap your hands [clap cIap] stamp your feet click your fingers nod your head yell Amen do all five
I HAVE LOST MY UNDERWEAR

I have lost my underwear, I don't care, I'll go bare Bye, bye longjohns!

They were very dear to me, tickled me, he, he, he!!! Bye, bye longjohns! How I'll miss that little trap door behind me If you see it you'll know where to find me I have lost my underwear, I don't care, I'll go bare Longjohns, bye, bye I HEAR THUNDER (Frere Jacques) I hear thunder, I hear thunder Hark don't you?, hark don't you? Pitter patter raindrops, pitter patter raindrops I'm wet through, I'm wet through I KNOW A PLACE I know a place where no one ever goes. There's peace and quiet, beauty and repose. It's hidden in a valley, beside a mountain stream, And lying there beside the stream I find that I can dream, OnIy of things of beauty to the eye; Snow-capped mountains towering to the sky. Now I know that God made this pIace for me. One can imagine herself as in a dream, Climbing a mountain or down a small ravine. The magic of this peace and quiet ever shall stay . To make this place a haven each and every day. Oh,. how I wish I'd never have to leave And all my life such beauty to receive. Now I know that God made this world for me.
I'LL SING YOU JAM O

I'll sing you jam O Green grow the rushes O What is your jam O Jam is jam and all the same And ever more shall be so I'll sing you beans O Green grow the rushes O What are your beans O Pork and beans in a little round tin Sauce on top and in between
Also:

Marg marg margarine Prunes in a sea of custard Roast beef cooked in a baby's bath Cocoa in the evening

Enos after every meal I LOVE THE MOUNTAINS I love the mountains, I love the rolling hills I love the flowers, I love the daffodils I love the campfire, when all the lights are low Boom-de-ada, boom-de-ada, boom-de-ada, boom-de-ada
I'M A GIRL SCOUT

(Frere Jacques/Brother John) I'm a Girl Scout. I'm a Girl Scout. Who are you? Who are you? Can't you tell by looking? Can't you tell by looking? I'm one too. I'm one too.
I'M BEING SWALLOWED BY A BOA CONSTRICTOR

I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor And I don't like it one little bit! Oh no! He swallowed my toe Oh gee! He's up to my knee Oh my! He's up to my thigh Oh fiddle! He's up to my middle Oh heck! He's up to my neck Oh dread! He's up to my . . .
Make sound of victim being swallowed up

I'M A GIRL SCOUT [tune: Frera Jacques] I'm a GirI Scout. I'm a Girl Scout. Who are you? Who are you? Can't you tell by looking.? Can’t you tell by looking ? I'm one too! I'm one too! I'm a Brownie/Junior/Cadette etc... I'M A JUVENILE DELINQUENT (Yankee Doodle Dandee)

Oh I'm a juvenile delinquent, I roam the streets till 2AM I neck with sailors and I drink with bums I don't come home until the daylight comes. Oh I'm a juvenile delinquent I never ever stay at home My daddy, beats me, I never ever stay at home My mommy hates me, I never ever stay at home .....and then there's grandma Swingin on the outhouse door, Without her undies Waitin for the garbage man. I MET A POLAR BEAR (Sipping Cider Through a Straw) The other day, I saw a bear A big white bear, I had to stare He stared right back, and seemed to grin His long white fangs, hung to his chin He move toward me, upon four paws And those four paws, held six-inch claws I couldn't move, my feet were froze As I saw steam, shoot from his nose But I was safe, because I knew This polar bear, was at the Zoo!
I'M FOREVER BLOWING BUBBLES

I'm forever blowing bubbles Pretty bubbles in the air They fly so high, nearly reach the sky Then like my dreams, they fade and die Fortunes always hiding, I've looked everywhere I'm forever blowing pretty bubbles in the air
I'M HAPPY WHEN I'M HIKING

I'm happy when I'm hiking, pack upon my back I'm happy when I'm hiking, on (off) the beaten track Out in the open country, that's the place for me With a true Scout friend, to the journey's end Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty miles a day Tramp, tramp, tramp, tramp . . .

I'M JUST ONE GIRL I will do my best to be honest I will do my best to be fair . I will do my best thru my words and deeds To show the world I really care (CHORUS): I'm just one girl in this great wide world I can't go on every quest But I will do what I can do And I will do my best I will do my best to be a sister To each and every Girl Scout To observe, to conserve and preserve The natural wonders all about CHORUS I will do my best to be wherever I am needed to be To live the law and my promise But most of all to always be me. CHORUS
I'M LOOKING OVER A FOUR LEAF CLOVER

I'm looking over a four leaf clover That I overlooked before One leaf is sunshine, the second is rain Third is the roses that grow in the lane No need explaining the one remaining Is somebody I adore I'm looking over a four leaf clover That I overlooked before
I'M SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD

I'm sitting on top of the world Just rolling along, just rolling along I'm quitting the blues of the world Just singing a song, just singing a song "Glory Hallelujah", I just phoned the parson "Hey Par, get ready to call" Just like Humpty Dumpty, I'm going to fall I'm sitting on top of the world Just rolling along, just rolling along

I'M SO GLAD

I'm so glad we're meeting here tonight I'm so glad we're meeting here tonight I'm so glad we're meeting here tonight Sing glory hallelujah, I'm so glad I'm so glad we're singing round the fire . . . I'm so glad we're brothers everyone . . . I'm so glad we're travelling life's road . . . I'm so glad we're happy to be here . . .
I’M PROUD TO BE ME

I’m proud to be me , but I also see ,you’re just as proud to be you We may look at things a bit differently, but lots of good people do It’s just human nature so why should I hate you For being as human as I We’ll live and let live and we’ll get as we give And we’ll all get along if we try. I’m proud to be me but I also see, You’re just as proud to be you, it’s true You’re just as proud to be you! IN A CABIN IN THE WOODS By the window a Brownie stood. Saw a bunny come hopping by Knocking at my door. . "Help me, help me, help." he said. " , Fore the hunter shoots me dead." "Come little bunny. come inside. Safely by my side." [Drop a line each time verse is sung: replace with motion.]
INCH WORM

Inch worm, inch worm Measuring the marigolds You and your arithmetic You'll probably go far Inch worm, Inch worm Measuring the marigolds Seems to me you'd stop and see How beautiful they are Two and two are four Four and four are eight Eight and eight are sixteen sixteen and sixteen are thirty-two INDIANS

Indians are high minded. Bless my soul they're double jointed. They climb hills and don't mind it, All day long. GirI Scouts are high minded. Bless my soul they're single jointed. They climb hills and do mind it, AII day long.
IN DUBLIN'S FAIR CITY

In Dublin's fair city Where the girls are so pretty I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone As she wheeled her wheelbarrow Through streets broad and narrow Crying "Cockles and mussels,alive, alive-o" Alive alive-o Alive alive-o Crying "Cockles and mussels Alive, alive-o" She was a fishmonger And sure 'twas no wonder For so were her father and mother before They each wheeled their barrow Throught streets broad and narrow Crying "Cockles and mussels,alive, alive-o" She died of a fever And no-one could save her And that was the end of sweet Molly Malone But her ghost wheels her barrow Through streets broad and narrow Crying "Cockles and mussels, alive, alive-o"
I NEVER PICKED COTTON

I never picked cotton But my mother did, and my brother did, and my sister did And my daddy die young workin' in a coal mine. When I was just a baby too little for the cotton track I played in the dirt while the others worked And they couldn't straighten up their back And I made myself a promise when I was big enough to run That I'd never stay a single day in that Oklahoma sun And ... Folks said that I grew up early, and that the farm couldn't hold me then So I stole ten bucks and a pick up truck and I never went back again

Then it was fast cars and whiskey, long haired girls and fun I had ev'rything that money could bring and I took it all with a gun And ... It was Saturday night in Memphis when a redneck grabbed my shirt And he said go back to your cotton sack, I left him dyin' in the dirt And they'll take me in the mornin' to the gallows just outside And in the time I've got there ain't an awful lot that I can look back on with pride And ...
IN MY FATHER'S HOUSE

Oh come and go with me (allelujah) To my father's house (allelujah) To my father's house (allelujah) To my father's house Oh come and go with me (allelujah) To my father's house Where there's peace (forever) peace (forever peace) There's sweet communion there ... There'll be no parting there ...
IN THE EVENING BY THE MOONLIGHT

In the evening, by the moonlight, you could hear those campers singing In the evening, by the moonlight, you could hear those echoes ringing How the campers would enjoy it! They would sit all night and listen As we sang in the evening, by the moonlight (Rawdy-do-dah!) Second time through: Group responds to each "ing" word and "moonlight" with "rawdydo-dah" (except for "evening" in the last line) IN THE GIRL SCOUTS [tune: Frera Jacques] In the GirI Scouts, in the GirI Scouts, We can camp, we can camp All the tents are heated, all the tents are heated. HA, HA, HA! HA, HA, HA! ln the GirI Scouts, in the GirI Scouts, We can cook, we can cook The leaders wash the dishes, the leaders wash the dishes. HA, HA, HA! HA, HA, HA! ln the Girl Scouts, in the Girl Scouts, We party all night, we party all night. The leaders Let us do it, the leaders let us do it. HA, HA, HA! HA, HA, HA! In the GirI Scouts, in the Girl Scouts, We use latrines, we use latrines,

And we love to clean them, and we Iove to clean them HA, HA, HA! HA, HA, HA! In the GirI Scouts, in the Girl Scouts, We can hike, we can hike. All the trails are downhill, all the trails are downhiII. HA, HA, HA! HA, HA, HA!
IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME

In the good old summer time, in the good old summer time Strolling through the shady lanes with your baby mine You hold her hand and she holds yours, and that's a very good sign That she's your tootsey wootsey in the good old summertime
IRA CONGO

Ira congo___ Ira congo by ay Ira congo by ay congo By ay congo by ay
I'VE GOT A SAUSAGE

I've got a sausage A bonny bonny sausage If you put it in the oven it will swell If you prick it with a thistle The blooming thing will whistle Bonny my Scots blue gall
IRISH LULLABY

Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ra, Too-ra-loo-ra-li Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ra, Hush, now don't you cry Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ra, Too-ra-loo-ra-li Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ra, That's an Irish Lullaby
I'SE THE B'Y

I'se the b'y that builds the boat And I'se the b'y that sails her I'se the b'y that catches the fish And takes 'em home to Lizer Hip yer partner, Sally Tibo Hip yer partner, Sally Brown Fogo, Twillingate, Morton's Harbour All 'round the circle Sods and rinds to cover yer flake Cake and tea for supper Codfish in the spring of the year Fried in maggoty butter

I don't want your maggoty fish That's no good for winter I could buy as good as that Down in Bonavista I took Lizer to a dance And faith, but she could travel And every step that she did take Was up to her knees in gravel
IT AIN'T GONNA RAIN NO MORE

It aint gonna rain no more no more It aint gonna rain no more So how the heck can I wash my neck If the soap's in the house next door ITCHED UP (John Brown's Body) The Mosquitoes wore tuxedoes And the blackflies wore black ties, The bride she was a spider And the groom he was a snake, They w;re going to a wedding In my Aunt Lucy's bedding, And she was the wedding cake. Glory, glory, hallelujah, You don't feel itchy, Aunty, do ya? Glory, glory, hallelujaih, The bugs marched down the aisle. The little honeymooners Were nice and cozy in her bloomers, And the guests all took their places In Aunt Lucy's pillowcases. The little beasts had such a feast, They danced and flew and soared, All while Aunt Lucy snored.
IT HURTS TO BE IN LOVE

I hurts to be in love when the only one you love Turns out to be someone who's not in love with you It hurts to love her so when deep down inside you know She will never want you, no matter what you do. And so you cry a little bit (to be in love) Oh I cry a little bit (to be in love) Day and night, night and day, It hurts to be in love this way How long can I exist, wanting things I never get?

She gives all her kisses to everybody else She thinks I'm just a friend Though it hurts, I must pretend The only way to keep her is to keep it to myself And so I cry a little bit (to be in love) Day and night, night and day, It hurts to be in love this way And so I cry a little bit (to be in love) Oh I die a little bit (to be in love) Day and night, night and day, It hurts to be in love this way It hurts to be in love Day and night, night and day It hurts to be in love night and day, day and night It hurts to be in love IT'S A GOOD TIME TO GET ACQUAINTED (Tipperary) It's a good time to get acquainted It's a good time to know Who is sitting close beside you And to smile and say "Hello" Goodbye, chilly feeling Goodbye, glassy stare If we all join hands and pull together We're sure to get there
IT'S A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY

It's a long way to Tipperary It's a long way to go It's a long way to Tipperary To the sweetest girl I know Goodbye Piccadilly Farewell Leicester Square It's a long long way to Tipperary But my heart's right there IT'S AN INSECT WORLD (It's a Small World) It's a world of centipedes, a world of moths It's a world of katydids, a world of wasps There's so much that we share that it's time we're aware It's an insect world It's an insect covered world It's an insect covered world It's an insect covered world It's an insect world It's a world of beetles, a world of fleas It's a world of caterpillars, a world of bees

In this world that we know there is so much to show It's an insect world IT'S A SCOUTING WORLD (It's a Small World) It's a world of laughter, a world of tears It's a world of hopes and a world of fears There's so much that we share that it's time we're aware It's a Scouting world It's a Scouting world for all It's a Scouting world for all It's a Scouting world for all It's a Scouting world There is just one moon and a golden sun And Scouting means friendship for everyone Though the mountains divide and the oceans are wide It's a Scouting world IT'S A SMALL WORLD It's a world of laughter, a world of tears. It's a world of hopes and a world of fears. There. s so much that we share that it' s time we're aware . It's a small world after all. (CHORUS) lt' s a Small world after all. it. s a smalI world after all. It' s a smalI world after all, . it. s a small. small world. There is just one moon and one golden sun And a smile means friendship to every one. Though the mountains divide and the oceans are wide. It's a small world after all. CHORUS
IT'S MAGIC

You sigh, the song begins You speak and I hear violins, It's magic The stars desert the skies And rush to nestle in your eyes, It's magic Without a golden wand or mystic charms Fantastic things begin When I am in your arms When we walk hand in hand The world becomes a wonderland, It's magic How else can I explain those rainbows

When there is no rain, It's magic Why do I tell myself These things that happen are all really true? When in my heart I know, The magic is my love for you IT WAS FRIDAY NIGHT WHEN WE SET SAIL (The Mermaid) It was Friday night when we set sail And we were not far from the land When the captain spied a lovely mermaid With a comb and a brush in her hand, her hand, her hand With a comb and a brush in her hand Oh! the ocean waves may roll, may roll And the stormy winds may blow, may blow-o But we poor sailors go skipping to the tops While the land-lubbers lie down below, below, below While the land-lubbers lie down below Then up spoke the captain of our gallant ship And a fine old man was he Saying, "This fishy mermaid has warned us of our doom We shall sink to the bottom of the sea, the sea, the sea We shall sink to the bottom of the sea!" Then up spoke the mate of our gallant ship And a well spoken man was he "I've married a wife in Salem Town And tonight she a widow will be, will be, will be And tonight she a widow will be" Then up spoke the cook of our gallant ship And a RED HOT cook was he "I care much more for my kettles and my pots Than I do for the bottom of the sea, the sea, the sea Than I do for the bottom of the sea Then up spoke the cabin boy of our gallant ship And a scurvy little rascal was he "I've nary a soul in Salem Town Who will care what happened to me, to me, to me Who will care what happened to me (Slowly) Then three times round, went our gallant ship Then three times round went she Then three times round, went our gallant ship And she sank to the bottom of the sea, the sea, the sea And she sank to the bottom of the sea
IT WAS LOVE

Alone at the corner table, he was watching me watching her I was singing about an old flame burning, he was hanging on every word

I was pouring out my feelings, he was pouring out the wine Through the smoke and the beer it was perfectly clear That we were judging each others mind It was love ten feet away Imagine her in my arms with that look in her face Flyin' somewhere in some shadowy place It was love, just ten feet away. I just knew my closing song would do it, I knew that I was heaven bound I could tell she was moved, but before I was through me This stranger walked up and sat down He was trying his best to impress her, but she never took her eyes off When he got up and left, I said to myself; Woe a o what a night this will be
I'VE BEEN WORKING ON THE RAILROAD

I've been working on the railroad All the live long day I've been working on the railroad Just to pass the time away Can't you hear the whistle blowing? Rise up so early in the morn Don't you hear the captain shouting "Dinah, blow your horn" Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah won't you blow Dinah, won't you blow your horn? Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah won't you blow Dinah, won't you blow your horn? Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah Someone's in the kitchen I know Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah Strumming on the old banjo, and singing "Fee-fi, fiddle-e-i-o, Fee-fi-fiddle-e-i-o Fee-fi-fiddle-e-i-o," strumming on the old banjo I-VEE (My Bonnie) My body has calomine lotion My body's as sore as can be The flowers I gathered for Granny Turned out to be poison I-Vee Don't touch, don't touch You'll get a rash from I-Veee It will, itch bad And it looks worse than ac-nee
I'VE GOT SIXPENCE

I've got sixpence, jolly, jolly sixpence I've got sixpence, to last me all my life

I've got twopence to spend, and twopence to lend And twopence to send home to my wife. Poor wife! No cares have I to grieve me, no pretty little girls to deceive me I'm as happy as a lark, believe me. As we go rolling, rolling home Rolling home, rolling home Rolling home, rolling home Rolling home to my home by the sea, boom, boom, boom Happy as the day when our leaders get their pay As we go rolling, rolling home I've got fourpence, jolly, jolly fourpence I've got fourpence, to last me all my life I've got twopence to spend, and twopence to lend And no pence to send home to my wife. Poor wife! I've got twopence, jolly, jolly twopence I've got twopence, to last me all my life I've got twopence to spend, and no pence to lend And no pence to send home to my wife. Poor wife! I've got no pence, jolly, jolly no pence . . . I've got no pence, to last me all my life I've got no pence to spend, and no pence to lend And no pence to send home to my wife. Poor wife!
I'VE GOT THAT SCOUTING SPIRIT

I've got that Scouting spirit up in my head, up in my head, up in my head I've got that Scouting spirit up in my head, up in my head to stay 2. I've got that Scouting spirit deep in my heart 3. I've got that Scouting spirit down in my feet 4. I've got that Scouting spirit all over me
I'VE GOT THE JOY

I've got the joy, joy, joy, joy, down in my heart Down in my heart, down in my heart I've got the joy, joy, joy, joy, down in my heart Down in my heart to stay And I'm so very happy, I've got the love of Jesus in my heart And I'm so happy, so very happy I've got the love of Jesus in my heart
I WHISTLE A HAPPY TUNE

Whenever I feel afraid, I hold my head erect And whistle a happy tune, so no one will suspect I'm afraid While shivering in my shoes, I strike a careless pose And whistle a happy tune, and no one ever knows I'm afraid The result of this deception is very strange to tell For when I fool the people I fear, I fool myself as well! I whistle a happy tune and every single time The happiness in the tune convinces me that I'm not afraid

Make believe you're brave, and the trick will take you far You may be as brave as you make believe you are I WISH I WAS Oh I wish I was a little fishy-wish. Oh I wish I was a Iittle fishy-wish. I’d go swimming in the nudey without a bathing suity . Oh I wish I was a little fishy-wish. Oh I wish I was a little tangerine... I’d go squirty, squirty, squirty Over everybody's shirty. Oh I wish I was a little English sparrow... I'd sit upon a steeple And spit on all the people. Oh I wish I was a Iittle bottle of Coke... I'd go down with a slurp And up with a burp. Oh I wish I was a Iittle bar of soap... I'd slippy and I'd slidey Over everybody's hidey I WISH I WAS (If You're Happy) Oh, I wish I was a little stripe-ed skunk Oh, I wish I was a little stripe-ed skunk I would sit up in the tree-sies, and perfume all the breezies Oh, I wish I was a little stripe-ed skunk 2. Mosquito-Oh, I'd itchy and I'd bitey, under everybody's nighty 3. Cake of Soap-Oh, I'd slippy and I'd slidey over every-body's hidey 4. Fishy in the Sea-Oh, wouldn't I look cute, without my bathing suit 5. English Sparrow-Oh, I'd sit up in the steeple, and spit on all the people 6. Bog o' Mud-Oh, I'd oozy and I'd goozy into everybody's shoesie 7. Slippery Root-Oh, I'd stick up in the trail, and I'd flop you on you tail 8. Candle Flame-Oh, I'd be so very bright, and go out every night 9. Safety Pin-And everything that's busted, I would hold until I rusted 10. Can of Soda-I'd go down with a slurp, and come up with a burp 11. Kangaroo-Oh, I'd hippy and I'd hoppy inside my mommy's pockie 12. Spoon of Castor Oil-Oh, I'd lubricate the chassies of all the lads and lassies 13. Sugar Bun-Oh, I'd slippy and I'd slidey into everyone's insides 14. Juicy little orange-When you squeeze me, I would squirty onto everybody's shirty 15. Foreign car-I would run and I'd speedy over slow pedestrians' feety

16. Water Bed-Oh, I'd wobble and I'd wiggle and make the sleepers giggle
I ZICK ZIMBA

I zicka zimba, zimba, zimba I zicka zimba, zimba, hey I zicka zimba, zimba, zimba I zicka zimba, zimba, hey Hold him down, you Zulu Warrior Hold him down, you Zulu chief Chief chief chief..
JACK WAS EVERY INCH A SAILOR

Now 'twas twenty-five or thirty years Since Jack first saw the light He came into this world of woe one dark and stormy night He was born on board his father's ship As she was lying 'bout Twenty-five or thirty miles south of Badalieu Jack was every inch a sailor Five and twenty years a whaler Jack was every inch a sailor He was born upon the bright blue sea When Jack grew up to be a man He went to Labrador He fished in Indian Harbour where his father fished before On his returning in the fog, he met a heavy gale And Jack was swept into the sea, and swallowed by a whale The whale went straight for Baffin Bay, about ninty knots an hour And every time he'd blow a spray He'd send it in a shower "Oh now" says Jack unto himself I must see what he's about He caught the whale by the tail, and turned him inside out
JAMAICA FAREWELL

Down the way where the nights are gay And the sun shines daily on the mountain tops I took a trip on a sailing ship And when I reached Jamaica, I made a stop But I'm sad to say, I'm on my way Won't be back for many a day My heart is down, my head is spinning around I had to leave a little girl in Kingston town Sounds of laughter everywhere And the dancing girls swaying to and fro I must declare my heart is there Tho' I've been from Maine to Mexico

Down at the market you can hear Ladies cry out while on their heads they bear Saki rice, salt fish are nice And the rum is good anytime of year JAWS (Do Re Mi) JAWS A mouth, a great big mouth TEETH The things that kinda crunch BITE The friendly sharks "hello" US His favourite juicy lunch BLOOD That turns the ocean red CHOMP That means the sharks been fed GULP That will bring us back to JAWS! JAWS! JAWS! JAWS! JENNIE JENKINS . Will you wear red my dear O dear O will you wear red Jennie Jerkins I won't wear red for it's the color on my head. (CHORUS) I’ll buy me a blue gown, ruffy, tuffy, siIkie jewIie. twirlie, whirlie O: RolI Jennie Jerkins WiII you wear white, my dear, O dear WiIl you wear white Jennie Jerkins I won't wear white for the color’s too bright CHORUS WiIl you wear black my dear O dear Will you wear black Jennie Jerkins I won't wear black for it's the Color on my back CHORUS WiII you wear pink, my dear, O dear WiIl you wear pink Jennie Jerkins I won't wear pink for my Iove might sink CHORUS Will you wear green my dear O dear Will you wear green Jennie Jerkins I won't wear green for it's a shame to be seen CHORUS JOHN BROWN'S BABY

(Battle Hymn of the Republic) John Brown's baby had a cold upon its chest John Brown's baby had a cold upon its chest John Brown's baby had a cold upon its chest So they rubbed it with camphorated oil The second time through, replace the word, "chest" by patting the chest. Next time, substitute a cough for the word, "cold" Then, substitute baby-rocking arm motions for the word, "baby"
JOHN BROWNS BODY

John Brown's body's, lies a mouldring in the grave John Brown's body's, lies a mouldring in the grave John Brown's body's, lies a mouldring in the grave And he ain't gonna live no more Glory, glory, alleluia Glory, glory, alleluia Glory, glory, alleluia And he ain't gonna live no more
JOHN BROWN'S FLIVVER

John Brown's flivver's got a puncture in its tyre John Brown's flivver's got a puncture in its tyre John Brown's flivver's got a puncture in its tyre So he mended it with chewing gum Chorus: Chewey, ewey, ewey, ewey, etc.
JULIETTE GORDON LOW (Father Abraham)

Juliette Gordon Low had many daughters, And many daughters had Juliette Gordon Low, And I am one of them, and so are you, So let's just march along. At the end of each verse, you shout the body part, which was moved in rhythm to the song along with all previously mentioned parts. Right arm, left arm, Right leg, left leg, your head, turn around, the end!
JULIETTE GORDON LOW (Father Abraham)

Juliette Gordon Low had many daughters, and many daughters had Juliette Gordon Low, and I am one of them, and so are you, So let's just march along. ACTIONS:

At the end of each verse, you shout the body part, which was moved in rhythm to the song, along with all along with all previously mentioned parts. Right arm, left arm, right leg, left leg, your head, turn around, the end! VARIATION: Saying the promise…GS sign right hand Sew your badges…left hand stitiching action Hike the trails…march in place Look for service projects…turn around Sit down ANOTHER VERSE from the internet or lists .... Sister Juliette, has many scouts, Many scouts has sister Juliette, And I am one of them, And so are you, and we all go hiking on...
JUMP DOWN TURN AROUND

Jump down turn around, pick a bale of cotton Jump down turn around, pick a bale a day Oh lordy, pick a bale of cotton Oh lordy, pick a bale a day Oh lordy, pick a bale of cotton Oh lordy, pick a bale a day Pick a pick a pick a pick a Pick a bale of cotton Pick a pick a pick a pick a Pick a bale a day JUNIOR BIRDMEN (On Brave Old Army Team) Up in the air, Junior Birdmen; up in the air, upside down Up in the air, Junior Birdmen; with your noses to the ground And when you hear the grand announcement: that your wings are made of tin Well, then you know, Junior Birdmen, it's time to send your box tops in For it takes: 5 box tops, 4 bottle bottoms, 3 coupons, 2 wrappers, and one thin dime! Actions: Make a face mask each time you sing the words, "Junior Birdmen" by lacing your fingers. Then, with thumbs under the chin, twist your hands outwards so that you make goggles for the eyes. On "Upside down," perform a jet plane swoop outstretched arms. On "Ground," bring the swooping arms as near to the ground as possible

JUST A BOY AND A GIRL

Just a boy and a girl in a little canoe with the moon shining all around And he paddled and he paddled so slow and easy that you couldn't even hear a sound And they talked and they talked 'til the moon grew dim He said, "You better kiss me or get out and swim" So, what ya gonna do in a little canoe With the moon shining all all around Just a boy and a girl in a little canoe with the moon shining all around And he paddled and he paddled so slow and easy that you couldn't even hear a sound And they talked and they talked 'til the moon grew dim He said, "You better kiss me or get out and swim" So, what ya gonna do in a little canoe With the boats floating all a . . Just a boy and a girl in a little canoe with the moon shining all around And he paddled and he paddled so slow and easy that you couldn't even hear a sound And they talked and they talked 'til the moon grew dim He said, "You better kiss me or get out and swim" So, what ya gonna do in a little canoe With the GIRL swimming all around Kee Chee A wuni kuni ka yah wuni A wuni kuni ka yah wuni Ahyi yi iki ay kae ayna Ahyi yi iki ay kae ayna Ah ooo, ah ooo, ah dee mee KEE CHEE Actions: 1. Hands on own knees; hands on knees of person to the left; hands on own knees; hands on knees of person to the right 2. Hands on own knees; hands crossed on own knees; hands uncrossed on own knees; Left hand on knee of person to the left while right hand in knee of person to the right 3. Left arm extends forward; right hand touches left wrist then left shoulder; left hand crosses to to right shoulder; right arm extends forward; left hand touches right wrist then right shoulder; right hand crosses to left shoulder. (At end of song, hands are crossed, touching opposite shoulder)
K-K-K-KATY

K-K-K-Katy, beautiful Katy You're the only g-g-g-girl that I adore When the m-m-moon shines over the cow-shed I'll be waiting at your k-k-k-kitchen door K-K-K-KATY (Variation) Mo-mo-mosquito, bloody mosquito You're the only b-b-b-bug that I abhor When the m-m-moon shines over the campsite I will scratch my b-b-b-bites until they're sore

Ch-ch-ch-chicken, a la-la king-en You're so g-g-g-good I want some more When b-banquet is all over I'll be waiting at the b-b-b-bathroom door G-g-g-grapefruit, belligerent grapefruit You're the only f-f-f-fruit that I detest When I sp-spoon you from the rind All the j-j-j-juice squirts right out on my vest I-i-i-ice cream, c-c-c-cake-um You're the very f-f-f-food that I adore When I've f-finished with my salad P-p-p-please come through the k-k-k-kitchen door KOOKABURRA Kookaburra sits in an old gum tree Merry, merry king of the bush is he Laugh Kookaburra, laugh Kookaburra Merry merry gay your life must be Ha, ha, ha! Kookaburra sits in an old gum tree Eating all the gum drops he can see Stop Kookaburra, stop Kookaburra Save some there for me Yum, yum, yum! KUM BA YAH (COME BY HERE) Kum ba yah, my Lord, kum ba yah! Kum ba yah, my Lord, kum ba yah! Kum ba yah, my Lord, kum ba yah! Oh Lord, kum ba yah! Someone's sleeping, Lord . . Someone's crying, Lord . . Someone's singing, Lord . . Someone's laughing, Lord . . Someone's praying, Lord . . Someone's Scouting, Lord . . Someone's camping, Lord . . Add other verses, as appropriate Actions: "Kum Ba Yah" - hand over hand, then arms out to either side "Lord" - extend arms upward "Scouting" - Scout sign "camping" - make tent shape with hands THE LAME CRANE My Dame had a lame tame crane

My Dame had a crane that was lame Oh, pray gentle Jane, let my Dame's lame tame crane Drink and come home again
LAND OF THE SILVER BIRCH Land of the silver birch, home of the beaver

Where still the mighty moose wanders at will Blue lake and rocky shore I will return once more Boom-diddi-eye-di, boom-diddi-eye-di Boom-diddi-eye-di, boom My heart is sick for you, here in the lowlands I will return to you, hills of the north Swift as a silver fish, canoe of birch bark Thy mighty waterways carry me forth There where the blue lake lies, I'll set my wigwam Close to the water's edge, silent and still LEADERS (Barges) Out of my tent flap looking in the night I can see the leaders, boy, what a sight! Curlers in their hair and cold cream on their face They look like something from outer space Leaders, I would like to be like you I would like to have some privileges too Leaders, have you cookies that you hold? Do you share with Scouts brave and bold Out of my tent flap looking in the night I can see those leaders having a fight Silently goes a pillow through the air And here comes someone's underwear Leaders, I don't want to be with you I would probably end up black and blue Leaders, have you cookies that you hold? Do you share with Scouts good as gold
LEAPFROG

One hedgehog edged up to the hedge as the other hedgehog edged down One hedgehog edged up to the hedge as the other hedgehog edged down One hedgehog edged up to the hedge as the other hedgehog edged down As one hedgehog edged up the hedge as the other hedgehog edged down There were only playing leapfrog There were only playing leapfrog There were only playing leapfrog As one hedgehog edged up the hedge as the other hedgehog edged down

Other Verses:

A spider espyed a spider astride anothe spider's back One photographer photographed another photographers back
LET'S ALL SING

Let's all sing like the birdies sing Tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet Let's all sing like the birdies sing Give yourself a treat Let's all warble like nightingales Life can be so sweet Now you know all the words So let's sing like the birds Tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet LIONS AND TIGERS AND BEARS (When Johnny Comes Marching Home) When lions are roaming on the plain, hurrah, hurrah When lions are roaming on the plain, hurrah, hurrah When lions are roaming on the plain we fall on our knees and pray for rain And we all go running up to the hills to get out of their way Hey, hey, hey When tigers go stalking in the wood . . . All creatures do what they know they should When bears are growling loud and long . . . Everyone flees but the young and the strong When rhinos go marching to the lake . . . Trees do bend and the ground does shake
LION HUNT

We're going on a lion hunt We're not scared Got me gun by me side And bullets too Coming up to short grass now Cant go under it Cant go round it Got to go through it, swish, swish, swish, swish (softly pushing grass aside with small movements of hands) Coming up to long grass now Got to go through it, swoosh, swoosh, swoosh, swoosh (loudly pushing grass aside with large movements of hands) Coming up to mud now Got to go through it, squelch, squelch, squelch, squelch (raises hands slowly as if stuck in mud) Coming up to a bridge now

Got to go through it, boom, boom, boom, boom (beat chest rhythmically for sound of bridge crossing) Coming up to cave now It's very dark I've found s..s.. something It's soft and furry It's warm and moves AHHH! it's a lion, run!!! boom, boom, boom, boom squelch, squelch, squelch, squelch swoosh, swoosh, swoosh, swoosh swish, swish, swish, swish Phew! You coming on a lion hunt? NO! LET ME CALL YOU SISTER [tune: Let Me Call You Sweetheart] Let me call you sister, l'm a Girl Scout too. Let me hear you whisper All your Scout Laws through. Keep the Girl Scout Promise In your heart so true, Let me call you Sister, I'm a GirI Scout too. LIEGE SONG Tra la Tra la Tra la La La La . Tra la La . . Tra la La Tra la la (SHOUT)
THE LIGHTNING BUG The lightning bug, The lightning bug, I'll bet you didn't know How much the fairies love him, 'Cause he's their radio. The lightning bug, The lightning bug, The fairies' radio. The bumblebee,The bumblebee,

How swiftly he can sail. He is the fairies' postman, Deliv'ring all the mail. The bumblebee, The bumblebee, Deliv'ring fairy mail. The butterfly, The butterfly, She flutters through the air. She is the fairies' airplane; They ride her everywhere. The butterfly, The butterfly, They ride her everywhere.

LITTLE BLACK THINGS (Clemintine) Little black things, little black things Crawling up and down my arms If I wait 'til they have babies I could start a black thing farm Haven't taken a bath in two weeks And I never change my clothes I have got these little black things Where they come from heaven knows Once a cute girl tried to kiss me But she jumped and gave a yell And I never got to ask her Was it the black things or the smell
THE LITTLE GREEN FROG

Gaaloomph went the little green frog one day Gaaloomph went the little green frog Gaaloomph went the little green frog one day And the frog went gloomph gloomph gloomph But we all know frogs go (clap) laa dee daa dee daa (clap) laa dee daa dee daa (clap) laa dee daa dee daa We all know frogs go (clap) laa dee daa dee daa They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph And we all know frogs go SQUELCH when you step on them SQUELCH when you step on them SQUELCH when you step on them We all know frogs go SQUELCH when you step on them They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph And we all know frogs go POP in the microwave POP in the microwave POP in the microwave We all know frogs go POP in the microwave They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph And well know frogs go WHZZZ in the blender

WHZZZ in the blender WHZZZ in the blender We all know frogs go WHZZZ in the blender They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph And we all know frogs go SPLAT in the ceiling fan SPLAT in the ceiling fan SPLAT in the ceiling fan We all know frogs go SPLAT in the ceiling fan They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph
Little Rabbit

In a cabin in the woods, little old man by the window stood Saw a rabbit hopping by, frightened as can be "Help me, help me, help me." He said "Before the hunter shoots me dead" Come little rabbit, come inside; safely at my side
LITTLE RABBIT FREW FREW

Little rabbit Frew Frew Hopping through the forest Scooping up the field mice And bopping them on the head When along came the Good Fairy and she said Little rabbit Frew Frew I don't like you attitude Scooping up the field mice And bopping them on the head So I'm going to give you three chances and if you don't behave I'm going to turn you into a goon When along came the Good Fairy and she said Little rabbit Frew Frew I don't like you attitude Scooping up the field mice And bopping them on the head So I'm going to give you two more chances and if you don't behave I'm going to turn you into a goon When along came the Good Fairy and she said Little rabbit Frew Frew I don't like you attitude Scooping up the field mice And bopping them on the head So I'm going to give you one more chance and if you don't behave I'm going to turn you into a goon When along came the Good Fairy and she said Little rabbit Frew Frew I don't like you attitude Scooping up the field mice And bopping them on the head I've given you three chance and you didn't behave So I'm going to turn you into a goon

And the moral of this story is Hare today, Goon tomorrow THE LITTLEST WORM (Sipping Cider Through a Straw ) The littlest worm, (everyone echo) I ever saw (echo) Was curled up in (echo) My soda straw (echo, etc) Together: The littlest worm I ever saw, was curled up in my soda straw. He said to me don't take a sip for it you do I surly slip He said to me don't take a sip, for if you do I surely slip. I took a sip and he went down right through my pipes he must of drown I took a sip and he went down, right through my pipes he must of drown. I coughed him up and he was dead I buried him in my counselors bed (or insert a name for counselors) I coughed him up and he was dead, I buried him in my counselors bed He was my pal he was my friend but now he's gone and thats the end He was my pal, he was my friend, but now he's gone and thats the end That is the end there is no more until I meet that worm once more. LISTEN TO THE EARTH

LISTEN TO THE EARTH LISTEN TO THE EARTH (Round ||) Listen to the earth, it's singing to me.Listen to the earth, it's singing to me.Listen to the earth, it's singing to me. Hear all nature's har-mo-ny. Waterfalls and raindrops, wind and sea, These are the songs of the earth to me. LITTLE BELLS OF WESTMINSTER (Round || ) The little bells // of Westminster Go ding, dong, ding dong dong. LITTLE MANLITTLE MAN LITTLE MAN C G C G C C G Little man, nine years old, left along the road. I am but a little girl, come to share your load. CHORUS: G

And I won't cry if you don't, I won't sigh if you won't. I can trust if you can, So hold my hand, little man. Little man, nine years old, someone's turned you out. I've been alone since I was nine, I know what life's about. CHORUS Little man, nine years old, darkness frightens you. I'll protect you from the dark, though it scares me too. CHORUS Little man, nine years old, lie here on my knee. I've been alone since I was nine, you're friend enough for me. CHORUS
LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN

London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down London Bridge is falling down, my fair lady Buld it up with sticks and stones, sticks and stones, sticks and stones Build it up with sticks and stones, my fair lady
LONDON'S BURNING

Londons burning, Londons burning Fetch the engines, fetch the engines Fire Fire, Fire Fire Pour on water, Pour on water
LORD JIM

I know an old bloke and his name is Lord Jim, And he had a wife who threw tomatoes at him, Now tomatoes are juicy, don't injure the skin, But these ones they did, they was inside a tin.
THE LUNCHES MY MAMA PACKS FOR ME

Mothball meatballs Monday, As stinky as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. Toasted toenails Tuesday, As crunchy as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. Worm wontons on Wednesday, As wriggly as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. Thistle soup on Thursday,As prickly as can be, That's the kind of lunches

My Mama packs for me. Frozen frogs' legs Friday As chilly as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. Sardine stew on Saturday, As fishy as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. Sauteed slugs on Sunday, As slimy as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. MA (HE'S MAKING EYES AT ME) Ma, he's making eyes at me! Ma, he's awful nice to me! Ma, he's almost breaking my heart I'm beside him, mercy! Let his conscience guide him Ma, he wants to marry me Be my honey bee Every minute he gets bolder Now he's leaning on my shoulder Ma, he's kissing me!
MAGIC MELODY

Here I stand, all a-lone upon a hill so high Gazing at the sky as clouds drift by, And I hear a melo-dy from my heart. Leaves sing too, echo-ing my lovely melo-dy, Of my longing to be free to roam, In the sunlight of to-day and al-ways. Where I choose, in the heather by the restless sea, This is the magic song my heart sets free. I'm in love with the world, I'm in love with the world. Rain may fall, all around me and the sky shows gray, Come again, my melody to say, I can see the rainbow smiling at me. Bright hues there, splendor painted on an arch of blue, And the morning sun beats through to say, Follow me to find the trea-sures of life. All the way, yet an-other path an-other day,

Filled with promise and my magic song, in love with the world, I'm in love with the world, I'm in love with the world.
MAIRZY DOATS

Mairzy doats and dozy doats and liddle lamzy dive A kiddley divey too, wouldn't you? Yes! Mairzy doats and dozy doats and liddle lamzy divey A kiddley divey too, wouldn't you? If the words sound queer and funny to your ear A little bit jumbled and jivey Sing, "Mares eat oats and does eat oats And little lambs eat ivy" Oh! Mairzy doats and dozey doats and liddle lamzy divey A kiddley divey too, wouldn't you? A kiddley divey too, wouldn't you? MAKE NEW FRIENDS Make new friends but keep the old. One is silver and the other gold. Friends like you are one of a kind. Very special but hard to find. Friends are real and friends are true If you love them they’ll Iove you too So good friend wherever you may roam, You'll be welcome in my heart and home. New made friends Iike new made wine With age will mellow and refine A circle's round it has no end That's how long I’ll be your friend. I have a hand, and you have another Put them together and we have each other
MAKE NEW FRIENDS

(4 Part Round) Make new friends but keep the old, One is silver and the other gold. A circle's round, it has no end, That's how long I want to be your friend.

I have a hand, and you have another, Put them together and we have each other. You help me and I'll help you, And together we will make it through. A fire burns bright, it warms the heart, We've been friends right from the very start. Friends like you are one of a kind, Very special, but hard to find. Friends are real and friends are true, If you love them they will love you too. Across the miles, across the sea Friends forever we will always be. So good friend wherever you may roam, You'll be welcome in my heart and home. Make new friends but keep the old, One is silver and the other gold.
MAKE NEW FRIENDS…SILLY VERSES

Make new cheese, don't eat the old. One is food and the other's mold! Boys Scouts drool and Girl Scouts rule. That's what makes us Girl Scouts cool.
MAKE NEW FRIENDS POEM, BY JOSEPH PARRY:

Make new friends, but keep the old: Those are silver, these are gold New-made friendships, like new wine Age will mellow and refine Friendships that have stood the test Time and change - are surely best: Brow may wrinkle, hair grow gray, Friendship never knows decay. For 'mid old friends, tried and true Once more we our youth renew. But old friends, alas may die. New friends must their place supply.

Cherish friendship in your breast New is good, but old is best; Make new friends, but keep the old: Those are silver, these are gold.
MAKE NEW FRIENDS IN OTHER LANGUAGES

Make new friends but keep the old, One is silver and the other gold. A circle's round, it has no end, That's how long I want to be your friend. (Here are the above 4 lines in French) Fait des nouvelles amis, mais garde les vieux, Un est fait en argent l'autre en or. Un cercle est ronde, il n'a pas de fin, Voici combien de temps je veux etre ton ami. (And a version in Spanish) Amistad es lo que nos une (Friendship is that which unites us) E lo que nos hace progresar (And that which makes us grow)
MARIANNE

Marianne, oh, Marianne, oh, won't you marry me? We can have a bamboo hut and brandy in the tea Leave your fat old mama home; she never will say yes If mama don't know now, she can guess (spoken) MY, MY, YES All day, all night, Marianne Down by the seaside sifting sand Even little children love Marianne Down by the seaside sifting sand When she walks along the shore, people pause to greet White birds fly around her, little fish come to her feet In her heart is love, but I'm the only mortal man Who's allowed to kiss my Marianne (spoken) DON'T RUSH ME When we marry, we will have a time you never saw I will be so happy, I will kiss my mother-in-law. (phooey!) Children by the dozen in and out the bamboo hut One for every palm tree and coconut (spoken) HURRY UP NOW!
MARY

For it was Mary, Mary Plain as any name can be

But with propriety, society We'll say Marie For it was Mary, Mary Long before the fashions came And there is something there That sounds so square It's a grand old name
MARY'S LULLABY

(Round) MARY'S LULLABY (Round ||) MARY'S LULLABY (Round ||) Sing your lullaby to the world,Sing your lullaby to the world,Sing your lullaby to the world, It's a || happy song, you know. For the children need their sleep... to grow. Softly as the people sleep,The moon moves through the sky, As she sings to us all, her lullaby, Her lullaby, her lullaby.
MELANCHOLY BABY

Come to me, my melancholy baby Cuddle up and don't feel blue All your fears are foolish fancies baby You know dear, that I'm in love with you Every cloud must have a silver lining Wait until the sun shines through Smile my honey, dear, while I kiss away each tear Or else I shall be melancholy, too
MENU SONG

Today is Monday, today is Monday Monday-Roast beef! Is everybody happy? Well, I should say Today is Tuesday, today is Tuesday Tuesday-String beans! Monday-Roast beef! Is everybody happy? Well, I should say Continue in the same way, adding a new day each time and sing back down to Monday with each verse: Wednesday-Sou-oop! Thursday-Meat loaf! Friday-Fish day! Saturday-Baked beans! Sunday-Worship! To add variety and interest, break up your audience into groups and assign a specific day to each group. The group assigned to a specific day stands while singing and sits while

not. Everyone sings "Is everybody happy . . . ." MICHAEL ROW THE BOAT ASHORE Michael row the boat ashore Alleluia Michael row the boat ashore AlleIuia Michael’s boat's a music boat AlleIuia Michael’s boat's a music boat Alleluia . Sister, help to trim the sails AIIeluia Sister, help to trim the sails Alleluia Jordon River is chilly and cold Alleluia Kills the body but not the soul Alleluia Jordan River is deep and wide Alleluia Meet my maker on the other side alleluia Gabriel blow the trumpet horn AlleIuia Blow the trumpet loud and long Alleluia Brother lend a helping hand Alleluia Brother lend a helping hand Alleluia Michael's boats a gospel boat Alleluia Michael's boats a gospel boat Alleluia Michael row the boat ashore Alleluia Michael row the boat ashore Alleluia
MICHAEL ROW THE BOAT

Michael, row the boat ashore, Alleluia Michael, row the boat ashore, Alleluia Sister, help to trim the sail Sister, help to trim the sail Brother, lend a helping hand Brother, lend a helping hand Jordan's river is deep and wide Milk and honey on the other side
MICHEAL FINNEGAN

There was an old man named Michael Finnegan He grew whiskers on his chinnigin The wind came around and blew them in again Poor old Michael Finnegan begin again There was an old man named Michael Finnegan

He got drunk through drinking ginnigin Thus he wasted all his tinnigin Poor old Michael Finnegan begin again . . . He kicked up and awful din again Because they said he must not sin again . . . . . . He went fishing with a pin again Caught a fish and dropped it in again . . . . . . Climbed a tree and barked his shin again Took off several yards of skin again . . . . . . He grew fat and then grew thin again Then he died and had to begin again . . .
MISSION BELL (SAY THAT YOU LOVE ME, SAY THOSE PRETTY WORDS

And I will give my love to you) My love is higher than a mission bell (How deep) Deeper than a wishing well (How strong) Stronger than a magic spell My love (la la) for you is wider than the widest sea (How long) Longer than memory (How sweet) Sweeter than a honey tree, my love (la la), o-oh-(lala) My love (la la) mm-mmm (la la) for you Give me your heart of gold, you heavenly magic touch To cherish and to hold, I need your "yes" so much! (Say that you love me, say those pretty words And I will give my love to you) My love is warmer than the greatest rang (How bright) Brighter than a diamond ring (How great) Greater than a mighty king My love (la la) for you is taller than the tallest tree (How soft) Softer than the summer breeze Ooooh I ask you please give (la la) your love (la la) your love (la la) Sweet love (la la) to me (Say that you love me, say those pretty words And I will give my love to yo.) MM, MM, I'D LIKE TO LINGER Mm, mm, I'd like to linger Mm, mm, a little longer Mm, mm, a little longer here with you Mm, mm, its such a perfect night Mm, mm, it doesn't seem quite right Mm, mm, that it should be my last with you Mm, mm, and come December Mm, mm, I will remember Mm, mm, our campfire bright and friendships true Mm, mm, and as the years go by

Mm, mm, I'll think you you and sigh Mm, mm, this is goodnight and not goodbye
MOMMA DON'T ALLOW

Well Momma don't 'low no more singin' round here Momma don't 'low no singin' round here Well we don't care what Momma don't 'low Gonna sing our heads off anyhow Momma don't 'low no singin' round here Well Momma don't 'low no duet singin' round here Momma don't 'low no duet singing round here Well we don't care what Momma don't 'low Gonna sing our duets anyhow Momma don't 'low no duet singing here Well Momma don't 'low no D.H. Laurence here Momma don't 'low no D.H. Laurence here Well we don't care what Momma don't 'low Gonna mail Lady Chatelaine anyhow Momma don't 'low no D.H. Laurence round here Well Momma don't 'low no (Something) round here Momma don't 'low no (Something) round here Well we don't care what Momma don't 'low Gonna (Something) anyhow Momma don't 'low no (Something) round here MOM, WASH MY UNDERWARE (God Bless America) Mom, wash my underware, my only pair We can find them, and move them From the heap by the side of the chair To the washer, to the clothesline To my backpack, to my rear Mom, wash my underware, my only pair Mom, wash my underware, my only pair MOON ON THE MEADOW MOON ON THE MEADOW MOON ON THE MEADOW Moon on the meadow, bugs in our earsMoon on the meadow, bugs in our ears,Moon on the meadow, bugs in our ears, Smoke in our eyes, wet wood and tears; Up on the meadow, water somewhere, We were the only ones there. Wild Horse to Slushie, Dry Lakes and Peaks, Finding the love that everyone seeks; Wind on the meadow, sunsets and stars, Just finding out who we are. We will return here one lucky day,

Our hearts will guide us, they know the way. People in cities don't understand, Falling in love with the land. Moon on the meadow, bugs in our ears. Smoke in our eyes, wet wood and tears; Up on the meadow, water somewhere, With you, my friend, I am there.
MOTHER GOONY-BIRD (Father Abraham) Mother Goony-Bird has seven chicks Seven chicks had Mother Goony-Bird And they couldn't fly, and they couldn't swim, They could only go like this: Right wing (right arm bent in "wing" position, flaps up and down) Repeat, this time add: Left wing (left arm goes along with right wing) Repeat, this time add: Right foot Repeat, this time add: Left foot Keep repeating add one each time: Head up and down Chin up Tail Out Turn Around On the last one, wait until they all turn around about once and then add,

Sit DOWN!
MY MOM IS A GREAT GIRL SCOUT LEADER (My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean)

My mom is a great Girl Scout leader I know that she does it for me I wish that I could get to see her Please bring back my mommy to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Daisy> I really love being a daisy and making the new friends you see I just wish my mom could be talking Not on the telephone but to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Brownie>

They asked for someone who would lead us Or no brownie troop there would be So my mom said that she would do it This took her time away from me. Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Brownie> It started with a training meeting Training number two, number three nuts, cookies and the sock hop Thinking day and then QSP! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Junior> She's learning a lot of new scout songs And singing them to everyone. Our house is filled up with strange craft stuff She's starting to think this is fun! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Junior> Her daughter gets no special treatment Unless extra work means there's some We're early as meetings are set up And stay late 'til clean up is done. Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Cadette> Now sometimes it starts to annoy me She's at every meeting, EACH ONE! I know that I really should like it but she sings in front of everyone! Please take, please take, please take my leader from me, from me. Please take, please take, please take my leader from me. <Cadette> We carry out many great and to distant places we

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Please take, please take, please take my leader from me, from me. Please take, please take, please take my leader from me. <Senior> I don't want to sell any cookies Or plan any more thinking days I really just want to go camping Why doesn't she see it that way? Please take, please take, please take my leader from me, from me. Please take, please take, please take my leader from me. <Senior> She's wearing her swap hat to Edwards! She's got her scout pins on at the mall. She's trying to ruin my whole life. She's scaring away all the boys. Please take, please take, please take my leader from me, from me. Please take, please take, please take my leader from me. <All seriously> My mom is a great Girl Scout leader I know that she does it for me Girl scouting has added to my life It's made me the girl that you see. Thanks mom, thanks mom, you are a great leader for me, for me. Thanks mom, thanks mom, you are a great leader for me.
MOONLIGHT BAY

We were sailing along, on Moonlight Bay We could hear the voices ringing, they seemed to say "You have stolen my heart, now don't go way" As we sang love's old sweet song on Moonlight Bay
MOON RIVER

Moon River, wider than a mile I'm crossing you in style some day Old dream maker, you heart breaker Wherever you're going, I'm going your way Two drifters, off to see the world There's such a lot of world to see We're after the same rainbow's end

My Huckleberry friend, Moon River and me
THE MORE WE GET TOGETHER

The more we get together, together, together The more we get together, the happier we'll be For your friends are my friends and my friends are your friends The more we get together, the happier we'll be Oh, how's for getting friendly, quite friendly, quite friendly Oh, how's for getting friendly, both your friends and mine If your friends like my friends and my friends like your friends We'll all be friends together, now won't that be fine? The more we camp together, together, together The more we camp together, the merrier we'll be For my Scout says to your Scout and your Scout says to me The more we camp together, the merrier we'll be
MORNING HAS BROKEN

Morning has broken, like the first morning Blackbird has spoken, like the first bird Praise for the singing, praise for the morning Praise for them springing fresh from the word Sweet the rain's new fall, sunlit from heaven Like the first dew fall on the first grass Praise for the sweetness of the wet garden Sprung in completeness where His feet pass Mine is the sunlight, mine is the morning Born of the one light Eden saw play Praise with elation, praise every morning God's re-creation of the new day Cool the grey clouds roll, peaking the mountains Gull in her free flight, swooping the skies Praise for the mystery, misting the morning Behind the shadow, waiting to shine I am the sunrise, warming the heavens Spilling my warm glow over the earth Praise for the brightness of this new morning Filling my spirit with Your great love Mine is a turning, mine is a new life Mine is a journey closer to You Praise for the sweet glimpse, caught in a moment Joy breathing deeply, dancing in flight MORNING IS COME Morning is come, Night is away Rise with the sun And welcome the day

MORNING IS HERE

Morning is here, the board is spread Thanks be to God, who gives us bread
MOVIN' ON

That big engineer rollin' down the track Means a true love in that he ain't commin' back I'm movin' on, I'll soon be gone You were flyin' too high for my little old sky so I'm movin' on That big loud whistle as she blew and blew Said hello to the southlands, we're a commin' to you We're movin' on, oh hear my song You had the laugh on me so I'm settin' you free, I'm movin' on Mister engineer take that throttle in hand This ratteler's the fastest in the southern land Keep rollin' on, keep movin' on You're gonna ease my mind, put me there on time, keep movin on Well I've warned you baby, from time to time But you just wouldn't listen so baby o' mine I'm a movin' on. Ye' I'm rollin' on You've broken your vow and it's all over now so I'm movin' on But someday baby when you've had your play You're gonna want your daddy but your daddy will say: Keep movin' on, you've stayed away too long I'm through with you, too bad you're blue, keep movin' on But I'm rollin' on, keep movin' on MULES (Auld Lang Syne) On mules we find two legs behind, and two we find before We stand behind before we find, what the two behind be for When we're behind the two behind, we find what these be for So stand before the two behind, and behind the two before MUSIC ALONE SHALL LIVE All things shall perish from under the sky Music alone shall live [REPEAT 2 MORE TlMES] Never to die
MUSIC MAN

I am the music man and I come from down your way And I can play What can you play? I play piano Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano Pia-pia-piano, pia-piano Big bass drum

Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano Triangle Ting-a-ting-a-ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano Trombone um-pa, um-pa, um-pa-pa Ting-a-ting-a-ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano Viola vio-vio-viola, viola, viola um-pa, um-pa, um-pa-pa Ting-a-ting-a-ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano Bagpipes Nasal sound to "Scotland the Brave" vio-vio-viola, viola, viola um-pa, um-pa, um-pa-pa Ting-a-ting-a-ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano Dam Busters Act like a plane, singing "Dambusters" theme Nasal sound to "Scotland the Brave" vio-vio-viola, viola, viola um-pa, um-pa, um-pa-pa Ting-a-ting-a-ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano
MY AUNT CAME BACK

My Aunt came back from old Algiers; She brought to me a pair of shears . . . from old Japan . . . a hand-made fan . . . from Holland too . . . a wooden shoe (stomp foot) . . . from Kalamazoo . . . some gum to chew . . . from the Belgian fair . . . a rocking chair . . . when she was able . . . a ping pong table. (turn head) from side to side] . . . from the Hebrides . . . some itchy fleas. (squirm) . . . from the Argentine . . . a sewing machine . . . from Timbuctu . . . some nuts like you! At the end of each stanza, add a suitable motion for the audience to do (standing). As the motions accumulate the audience has an increasingly difficult time doing them all the same time hence the appropriateness of the last stanza

MY AUNT GREET

My Aunt Greet, vee-da vee-da veet Has a puss, vee-da vee-da vuss And that puss, vee-da vee-da vuss Has a tail, ____ And that tail, vee-da vee-da vail Has a curl, vee-da vee-da vurl And that curl, vee-da vee-da vurl Has a tip, comma And that tip, vee-da vee-da vip Has a curl, vee-da vee-da vurl And that curl, vee-da vee-da vurl Has a tail, ____ And that tail, vee-da vee-da vail Has a puss, vee-da vee-da vuss And that puss, vee-da vee-da vuss Has MY AUNT!
MY BLUE HEAVEN

When whippoorwills call and evening is nigh I hurry to my blue heaven A turn to the right, a little white light Will lead you to my blue heaven You'll see a smiling face, a fireplace, a cozy room A little nest that's nestled where the roses bloom Just Mollie and me, and baby makes three We're happy in my blue heaven
MY BONNIE LIES OVER THE OCEAN

My bonnie lies over the ocean My bonnie lies over the sea My bonnie lies over the ocean Oh bring back my bonnie to me Bring back, bring back Oh bring back my bonnie to me, to me Bring back, bring back Oh bring back my bonnie to me Actions bonnie - embrace your self lies - make a pillow with both hands over - draw a bridge in the air ocean - draw waves in the air sea - draw waves in the air bring back - gesture come back Oh - make a letter O to - show two fingers

MY BONNIE (Variation) My Bonnie's complexion was makeup her face, it was beauteous to see Until she got caught in a rainstorm Oh, bring back my Bonnie to me Bring back, bring back Oh bring back my bonnie to me, to me Bring back, bring back Oh bring back my bonnie to me My Bonnie leaned over the gas tank the height of its contents to see I lighted a match to assist her Oh, bring back my Bonnie to me My Bonnie has tuberculosis my Bonnie has only one lung My Bonnie can cough up raw oysters and roll them around on her tongue My mother's an apple pie maker my father he fiddles for tin My sister scrubs floors for a living Oh boy, how the money rolls in Last night as I lay on my pillow last night as I lay on my bed I stuck my feet out the window next morning my neighbors were dead MY DOG ROVER (I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover) I'm looking over my dead dog Rover That I overran with the mower One leg is missing, another is gone One leg is scattered all over the lawn No need explaining, the one remaining Is stuck in the kitchen door I'm looking over my dead dog Rover That I overran with the mower I'm looking over my dead dog Rover Who died on the kitchen floor One leg is broken, the other is lame The third leg is missing, the fourth needs a cane No need explaining, the tail remaining Was caught in the oven door I'm looking over my dead dog Rover Who died on the kitchen floor

MY DREAM CAME TRUE (I've Been Working on the Railroad) I was dreaming of a campfire, burning clear and bright Sparkling stars were all above me, upon a summer's night I was dreaming that my best friends all were dreaming too When I woke and looked around me, I saw my dream came true MY FATHER'S A LAVATORY CLEANER (My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean) My father's a lavatory cleaner He works both by day and by night And when he comes home in the evening He's covered all over in Shine Up your buttons with Brasso Its only three apence a tin You can buy it or nick it from Woolworths But I doubt if they'll have any in Some say that he died of a fever Some say that he dies of a fit But I know what my father dies of He died of the smell of the Shine Up your buttons with Brasso Its only three apence a tin You can buy it or nick it from Woolworths But I doubt if they'll have any in Some say that he's buried in a graveyard Som say that he's buried in a pit But I know where my fathers buried He's buried in six feet of Shine Up your buttons with Brasso Its only three apence a tin You can buy it or nick it from Woolworths But I doubt if they'll have any in
MY FATHER'S HOUSE

Oh, won't you come with me, to my Father's house To my Father's house, to my Father's house Oh, won't you come with me, to my Father's house There is peace, peace, peace There's sweet communion there, in my Father's house . . . There'll be no parting there . . .
MY GAL SAL

They called he a frivolous Sal A peculiar sort of a gal

With a heart that was mellow An all 'round good fellow was my old pal Your troubles, sorrows and care She was always willing to share A wild sort of devil But dead on the level, was my gal Sal
MY HAT IT HAS THREE CORNERS

My hat it has three corners Three corners has my hat And had it not three corners It would not be my hat The first time, sing all the words. The second time, touch the top of the head instead of saying the word, "hat" The third time, also hold up three fingers instead of saying the word, "three" The fourth time, keep all the previous actions and hold up an elbow instead of saying the word, "corners" MY LEADER (MY BONNIE LIES OVER THE OCEAN) My leader fell into a pothole In a glacier while climbing an Alp He's still there after 50 long winters And all you can see is his scalp Bring back, bring back O bring back my leader to me, to me Bring back, bring back O bring back my leader to me, to me My leader was proud of his whiskers To shave them would give him the blues They hung all the way to his ankles And he used them for shining his shoes My leader had faith in a sailboat He had built from an old hollow tree My leader set sail for Australia Now my leader lies under the sea My leader made friends with hyenas He gave them a ride on his raft When a crocodile reached up and grabbed him The hyenas just sat there and laughed My leader annoyed his dear parents They tossed him right out of the bus And if we don't mend our behavior Why that's what will happen to us MY OLD MAN'S A DUSTMAN (Variation) O, my old man's a dustman

He wears a dustman's hat He bought two thousand tickets To see a football match Oh, Fatty passed to Skinny And Skinny passed it back Fatty took a rotten shot And knocked the goalie flat, OOH! Where was the goalie When the ball went in the net? Halfway up the goalpost With his trousers round his neck, singing Oompah, oompah Stick it up you jumper Rule Britannia, marmalde and jam We threw sausages at our old man They put him on a stetcher They put him on a bed They rubbed his belly With a five pound jelly But the poor old soul was dead
MY POOR OLD MAN WAS CROSSING THE ROAD

My poor old man was crossing the road, crossing the road, crossing the road My poor old man was crossing the road When along came a bicycle wheel (draw circle in the air) Oh don't let the wheel of my bike oh don't let the wheel of my bike oh don't let the wheel of my bike Run over my poor old man Double decker bus (hand flat face down one above the other moving alternately) Fish and chip van (mime eating) MY STOMACH HAS HAD IT (MY BONNIE LIES OVER THE OCEAN) My breakfast lies over the ocean My dinner lies over the sea My stomach is in a commotion Don't mention my supper to me Bring back, bring back, Oh bring Back my bucket to me, to me Bring back, bring back, Oh bring Back my bucket to me, to me I really felt rotten this morning

They tell me I really looked pale My stomach gave adequate warning To lean far out over the rail The sound of a stomach in motion A murmuring noise inside me I looked down and there on the water Was breakfast and dinner and tea MY TALL SILK HAT (Funiculi, Funicula) One day, as I was riding on the subway My tall silk hat, my tall silk hat I laid it on the seat beside me My tall silk hat, my tall silk hat A big, a-fat-a-lady sat upon it My tall silk hat, my tall silk hat A big, a-fat-a-lady sat upon it My tall silk hat, my tall silk hat Christopher Columbo, now what do think of that A big, a-fat-a-lady sat upon it My tall silk hat, my tall silk hat My hat she broke and that's no joke My hat she broke and that's no joke Christopher Columbo, now what do think of that my hat, my hat, my hat she smashed
MY PADDLE'S KEEN AND BRIGHT

MY PADDLE'S KEEN AND BRIGHT (2-PART)MY PADDLE'S KEEN AND BRIGHT (2-PART)(Canoe Round || ) My paddle's keen and bright, flashing like silver,My paddle's keen and bright, flashing like silver,My paddle's keen and bright, flashing like silver,A Swift as the wild goose flies, Dip, dip and swing. || Dip, dip and swing her back, flashing like silver, Swift as the wild goose flies, Dip, dip and swing. (Enter : flashing like silver... My paddle's NATIONAL EMBALMING SCHOOL (O, Tannenbaum) We live for you, we die for you, National Embalming School We do our best to give you rest, National Embalming School And when you die, we'll dig a hole, and bury you so deep and cold We live for you, we die for you, National Embalming School Post mortem, post mortem, post mortem, autopsy we must have Post mortem, post mortem, post mortem, autopsy we must have Cut! Slash! Gash! Bleed! We must know the reason Glory how the body stinks! It must be out of season

We live for you, we die for you, National Embalming School NATURE TRAIL TO HELL (In 3-D) Coming this Christmas to a theater near you The most horrifying film to hit the screen! There's a homicidal maniac who finds a Cub scout troop! And he hacks up two or three in every scene Please don't reveal the secret ending to your friends Don't spoil the the big surprise. You won't believe your eyes When you see Nature Trail to Hell Nature Trail to Hell, Nature Trail to Hell In 3-D Nature Trail to Hell, Nature Trail to Hell Nature Trail to Hell In 3-D See severed heads that almost fall right in your lap See that bloody hatchet coming right at you No, you'll never see hideous effects like these again Till we bring you Nature Trail to Hell, Part II So bring the kids along, it's good clean family fun What have you got to lose? If you like the Six O'clock News Then you'll like Nature Trail to Hell Nature Trail to Hell, Nature Trail to Hell In 3-D Nature Trail to Hell, Nature Trail to Hell Nature Trail to Hell In 3-D
NELLIE GREY

There's a low green valley on the old Kentucky shore There I've whiled many happy hours away A-sitting and a-singing by the little cottage door Where lived my darling Nellie Grey Oh my poor Nellie Grey They have taken you away And I'll never see my darling any more I'm sitting by the river And I'm weeping all the day For you've gone from the old Kentucky shore NIGHT IS COME Night is come Owls are out BeetIes hum Roundabout Tiptoe so Out they creep Brownies go Home to sleep

NO BANANAS IN THE SKY (Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes) There are no bananas in the sky, In the sky There are no bananas in the sky, In the sky There's a sun and moon, And coconut cream pie But there are no bananas in the sky, In the sky No - Action of sweeping hands from crossed position across the chest outwards and away form the body Bannanas - Action of peeling a bannana Sky - Action of pointing upwards towards the sky Sun - Action of putting hands against side of head palms facing forwards to make the shape of the sun Moon - Action of putting hands to one side of head to make a pillow for the head to rest on as if asleep Coconut cream pie - Action of feeding a hand sized pie into mouth NOBODY LIKES ME 1. Nobody likes me. Everybody hates me, Guess I’ll go eat worms Long thin slimy ones, Short fat juicy ones, itsy bitsy fuzzy fuzzy worms 2. Down goes the first one, down goes the second one. Oh how they wiggle and squirm. Long thin slimy ones, Short fat juicy ones, itsy bitsy fuzzy fuzzy worms 3. Up comes the first one, Up comes the second one. Oh how they wiggle and squirm. Long thin slimy ones, Short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy fuzzy fuzzy worms
NO BOOTS AT ALL

Way down in the land of the Antipodes Where the lights of the camp-fires shine bright on the trees Bushmen will tell you as night shadows fall There's a ghost roams the ranges with no boots at all No boots, no boots at all Roaming the ranges with no boots at all! Way down in the city so sinful and bad There lived a young fellow, a promising lad He wanted to be a big bold mountaineer But his mother replied as she tossed down her beer Our hero, he murmured "Regardless press on" When she woke in the morning, she found he was gone And off to the hills went her agonised shout "You've got no boots at all if you want to bail out!"

He found a big mountain and climbed to the top And stood on the edge of that horrible drop He thought of his mother all over again He could still hear her shouting that mournful refrain The god of the mountain looked down from his throne And saw the young climber astanding alone He said to his angel "Go down with a swoosh And give that young fellow a helluva push" The Angel of Destiny swept through the pass And planted a foot fair and square on his pants As over and over and over fell he The angels were singing this sweet melody St Peter, he stood at the heavenly gate Checking in drunks coming early and late The Orderly Angel just dropped in to say "There's a dirty big climber a-coming this way" St Peter came down with a bucket of beer Saying, "Sorry, young fellow, you can't come in here With thousands of angels to answer your call You'd be no good in heaven with no boots at all" The night it was stormy, the hour it was late When our hero arrived at the Satanic Gate The little black devils, they spat in his face To show you, they said, it's a helluva place! The devil said "Sorry, I can't let you in Unless you've been leading a lifetime of sin But how could you wallow, and how could you fall? You can't be a sinner with no boots at all!" Now all you young fellows who some day may roam Be careful to stay with your mother at home With no one to love him or answer his call His ghost roams the ranges with no boots at all It's Sunday night and it's half past nine We're leavin' one more town behind The mirrors are showing the day's last glow As we spin out into the jigsaw flow of life Up ahead where there should be the thickness of night Stars are pinned on a shimmering curtain of light The sky's full of rippling cliffs and chasms That shine like a sign on the road to heaven I've been cut by the beauty of jagged mountains And cut by the love that flows like a fountain from God So I carry these scars precious and rare And tonight I feel like I'm made of air
NOMA

Round A noma, noma, noma hey, a noma Kelly KayA noma, noma, noma hey, a noma Kelly Kay. A noma, noma, noma hey, a noma Kelly Kay. A noma, noma, noma hey, a noma Kelly Kay. | Sergeant Major noma hey, a noma Kelly Kay. Sergeant Major noma Hey, a noma Kelly Kay OH POOR BIRD (round sung with Rose + Hey Ho) Oh poor bird, why art thou? Flying in the shadows at this dark hour NOW THE DAY IS OVER Now the day is over Night is drawing nigh Shadows of the evening Steal across the sky Through the long night watches May thine angels spread Their white wings above me Watching around my bed . When the morning wakens Then may I arise Pure, and fresh, and sinless In thy holy eyes. ODE TO A GIRL SCOUT LEADER (Tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic) I was glad to have a girl, because our first child was a son I thought of all the ruffles, all the frilly bows and fun. I thought of how we'd sit and talk at night when day was done Wasn't I the foolish one? She was only half past seven when they called me to the fore, I said, I'm not equipped, They said, Oh yes you are! What's more, We will train you in the basic, we’ll outfit you for the core And they shoved me out the door. Glory, Glory, I'm A leader How'd I get to be a leader? . AII I did was have a daughter Is this the price I . pay? They taught me to be thrifty, to be thoughtful to be true They. taught me how to string the beads Iike noble Indians do I had to learn to dig a trench, and how to use it to

And they say that Scouting's grand! Glory, Glory, I'm a leader Me- They had to make a leader I can't even build a fire Let alone put up a tent We went walking in the woodland, My Girl Scout troop and me The handbook says that nature has a wealth of sights to see It's true- We sure were sights when we were found eventuallyAnd I do all this for free I'm not meant to be a leader, I don’t know which bird is which My wiener forks all burn up, we come home from hikes and itch The sit-upons all felt apart, I showed them the wrong stitch. But no one wants to switch! Glory. Glory, I'm a leader HaIIeIujah, I'm a leader TeII me why I should be happy When no one envies me! But even though I grumble, and I mumble, and I shout Though there are days I wonder what's the best way to get out I guess when all is said and done, there isn't any doubt I'm glad to be a Scout Glory, Glory, I'm a leader Someone's got to be a leader They- can carve it on my tombstone Here's a gal who did her best.
OH DEAR WHAT CAN THE MATTER BE

Two old ladies suck in the lavetory They were there from Monday to Saturday Nobody knew they were there OH, HOW LOVELY IS THE EVENING Oh how lovely is the evening, is the evening. When the bells are sweetly ringing, sweetly ringing . Ding dong, ding ding, dong ding:
OH SHENANDOAH

Oh, Shenandoah, I long to see you Away, you rolling river Oh, Shenandoah, I long to see you Away, I'm bound away

Cross the wide Missouri Oh, seven years, I've been a rover Away, you rolling river For seven years, I've been a rover Away, we're bound away Cross the wide Missouri Oh, Shenandoah, I love your daughter Away, you rolling river Oh, Shenandoah, I love your daughter Away, we're bound away Cross the wide Missouri
OH! SUSANNA

I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee I'm going to Louisiana, my true love for to see It rained all night the day I left, the weather it was dry The sun so hot I froze to death, Susanna, don't you cry Oh! Susanna, Oh don't you cry for me For I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee I had a dream the other night, when everything was still I thought I saw Susanna dear, a coming down the hill A buckwheat cake was in her mouth, a tear was in her eye Says I, I'm coming from the south, Susanna, don't you cry I soon will be in New Orleans, and then I'll look around And when I find Susanna, I'll fall upon the ground But if I do not find her, then I will surely die And when I'm dead and buried, Oh, Susanna, don't you cry
OH, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MORNING

Oh! What a beautiful morning Oh! What a beautiful day I've got a beautiful feeling Everything's going my way There's a bright, golden haze on the meadow There's a bright, golden haze on the meadow The corn is as high as an elephant's eye And it looks like it's climbing Clear up to the sky Oh! What a beautiful morning Oh! What a beautiful day I've got a beautiful feeling Everything's going my way Everything's going my way
OH! YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL

Oh! You beautiful doll, you great big beautiful doll Let me put my arms about you

I could never live without you Oh! You beautiful doll, you great big beautiful doll! If you ever leave me how my heart would ache I want to hug you but I fear you'd break Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! You beautiful doll OLD FOLKS AT HOME (SwaneeRiver) Way down upon the Swanee River, far, far away That's where my heart is turning ever, there's where the old folks stay All up and down the whole creation, sadly I roam Still longing for the old plantation, and for the old folks at home All the world is sad and weary, every where I roam; Oh people, how my heart grows weary, far from the old folks at home All 'round the little farm I wandered, when I was young There many happy days I squandered, many the song I sung When I was playing with my brother, happy was I Oh, take me to my kind old mother, there let me live and die One little hut among the bushes, one that I love Still sadly to my memory rushes, no matter where I rove When will I see the bees a-humming all 'round the comb? When will I hear the banjo strumming, down in my good old home?
OLD MACDONALD

Old MacDonald had a farm, ee-i ei-i oh And on that farm he had a cow, ee-i ei-i oh Big cow, little cow, little cow, big cow Fat cow, thin cow, thin cow, fat cow Old MacDonald had a farm, ee-i ei-i oh And on that farm he had a pig, ee-i ei-i oh Big pig, little pig, little pig, big pig Fat pig, thin pig, thin pig, fat pig Big cow, little cow, little cow, big cow Fat cow, thin cow, thin cow, fat cow Old MacDonald had a farm, ee-i ei-i oh etc. OLD MAID (Chant from 1 to 20) One! Two! ... One and twenty, two and twenty, three and four and five and six and twenty, twenty-. seven, twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty (Repeat to 98) ninety-nine, Old Maid. (Partners link arms with one person in center after the twenty chant the center person takes a partner. continue to ninety-nine.
OLD MOUNTAIN DEW

My uncle Bill has a still on the hill Here he runs off a gallon or two

The birds in the sky get so drunk they can't fly In that good old mountain dew They call it that good old mountain dew And them that refuse it are few I'll hoist up my mug if you fill up my jug With that good old mountain dew My brother George, he's not very large He measures just four feet two But he thinks he's a giant, when they give him A pint of that good old mountain dew You and me know that old hollow tree Where you lay down a dollar or two If you hush up my mug, they will slip you a jug Of that good old mountain dew ONCE A GIRL SCOUT WENT TO CAMP (Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes) Once a Girl Scout went to camp, went to camp Went to camp without her lamp, without her lamp And there she saw a spider in her bed, in her bed This is what the Girl Scout said , Girl Scout said "Spider spider, go away, go away You are not allowed to stay, allowed to stay" This is what my leader said No two bodies in one bed, in one bed" Once a Girl Guide went to camp, went to camp Went to camp without a lamp, without a lamp And there she found a Boy Scout in her bed And this is what she said, what she said: "Boy Scout, Boy Scout, you must stay, you must stay Never ever go away, go away Remember what the Captain said: Only two bodies in one bed, in one bed!" Once a Boy Scout went to camp, went to camp Went to camp without his lamp, without his lamp And there he saw a spider in his bed, in his bed This is what the Boy Scout said, Boy Scout said: "Aaaaaauuughhhhhh!"
ONCE UPON A TIME IN A NURSERY RHYME To keep the beat, slap your knees and clap your hands and repeat throughout the whole song.

Once upon a time in a nursery rhyme, there were three bears. One was a papa bear, one was a momma bear, and one was a wee-bear. They all went a walkin' in the deep forest talkin when along came the girl, with the long golden hair she knocked on the door, no one was there. In came those three bears,

(deep voice) Someone's been eating my porridge said the papa bear, said the papa bear. (high pitched voice) Someone's been eating my porridge said the mamma bear, said the mamma bear Hey bob a rebear, said the little wee-bear, (slap knees with emphasis) SOMEONE HAS BROKEN MY CHAIR! Somone's been sitting in my chair said the papa bear, said the papa bear. Someone's been sitting in my chair said the mamma bear, said the mamma bear. Hey Bob a rebear, said the little wee-bear, SOMEONE HAS BROKEN MY CHAIR! Someone's been sleeping in my bed said the papa bear, said the papa bear. Someone's been sleeping in my bed said the mamma bear, said the mamma bear. Hey Bob a rebear, said the little wee-bear, SOMEONE HAS BROKEN MY CHAIR! Well Goldilocks woke up, and broke up the story, and beat it out of there. (stop clapping and wave with each bye) Bye, Bye, Bye said the papa bear. Bye, Bye, Bye said the mamma bear. Hey Bob a rebear, said the little wee-bear, and so goes the story of the three little bears! Yeah! ONE BLUEBOTTLE (Ten Green Bottles) One bluebottle sitting on the meat One bluebottle sitting on the meat And if that bluebottle should wipe his dirty feet Then somebody's dinner will not be fit to eat!
ONE FINGER, ONE THUMB

One finger, one thumb, keep moving One finger, one thumb, keep moving One finger, one thumb, keep moving We'll all be happy again! One finger, one thumb, one hand, keep moving One finger, one thumb, one hand, keep moving One finger, one thumb, one hand, keep moving We'll all be happy again! One finger, one thumb, one hand, two hands keep moving One finger, one thumb, one hand, two hands keep moving One finger, one thumb, one hand, two hands keep moving We'll all be happy again! With each new verse, add the following in succession: 4. One arm 5. Two arms 6. One leg 7. Two legs 8. Stand up-sit down

9. (Stand up) Turn around (Sit down)
ONE FISH BALL

A man was walking up and down To find a place where he could dine in town A man was walking up and down To find a place where he could dine He found himself a fancy place And entered in with simple grace And entered in with simple grace He took his purse his pocket hence But all he found was fifteen cents He scanned the menu through and through To see what fifteen cents would do The only thing 'twould to at all Was buy just one fish ball He call the waiter down the hall And softly whispered, "One fish ball" The waiter bellowed down the hall "This gentlemen here wants one fish ball!" The guests, they turned both one and all To see who'd ordered one fish ball The shaken man grew ill at ease But softly whispered, "Bread, sir, please The waiter bellowed down the hall "You get no bread with one fish ball!" The wretched man then went outside A-looking for a place to hide There is a moral to this all Don't ask for bread with one fish ball
ONE MAN WENT TO MOW

One man went to mow Went to mow a meadow One man and his dog, Spot, bottle of pop, old Mother Riley had a cow Went to mow a meadow Two men went to mow . . two men, one man and his dog, Spot, bottle of pop, old Mother Riley had a cow . .
ONE MORE ANGEL IN HEAVEN

Father we've something to tell you A story of our time The tragic but inspiring tale Of manhood in its prime You know you had a dozen sons Well now that's not quite true But feel no sorrow, do not grieve

He would not want you to There's one more angel in heaven There's one more star in the sky Joseph we'll never forget you It's tough but we're gonna get by There's one less place at our table There's one more tear in our eye Joseph the things that you stood for Like truth and life never die When I think of his last great battle A lump comes to my throat It takes a man who knows not fear To wrestle, with... a goat! Carve his name with pride and courage Let no tear be shed If he had not laid down his life We all would now be dead Joseph died as he wished to He answered duty's call He single-handed fought the beast That would have slain us all His bloodstained coat's a tribute to His final sacrifice His body may not be with us But his soul's in paradise
THE ONE ON THE RIGHT WAS ON THE LEFT

There once was a musical troupe, a pickin' swingin' folks group They sang the mountain ballads, and the folks songs of our land They've a lot of musical ability, folks thought they would go far But political incompatibility led to their downfall Well the one on the right was on the left And the one in the middle was on the right And the one on the left was in the middle And the guy in the rear was a Methodist This musical acregation toured the entire nation Singing traditional ballads and folks songs of our land They performed with great virtuosity and soon they were to rate But political animosity prevailed upon the stage Well the one on the right was on the left And the one in the middle was on the right And the one on the left was in the middle And the guy in the rear burned his driver's licence At a certain harvest rendered, a hush fell on the crowd As thousands there were gathered to hear the folks sing of out land But they took their politics seriously

And that night at the concert hall As the audience watched dilleriously, they had a free for all Well the one on the right was on the bottom And the one in the middle was on the top And the one on the left had a broken arm And the guy in the rear said; Oh dear! Now this should be a lesson. If you plan to start a folks group Don't go mixin' politics with the folks of our land Just work on harmony and diction, play your banjo well And if you have political convictions, keep 'em to yourself Now the one on the left works in a bank And the one in the middle drives a truck And the one on the right's an all night D.J And the guy in the rear got drafted ONE TIN SOLDIER Listen children to a story that was written long ago Of a kingdom on a mountain and the valley far below. On the mountain was a treasure buried deep beneath a stone And the valley people swore they’d have it for their very own. (Chorus Go Ahead and hate your neighbor.Go ahead and cheat a friend. Do it in the name of heaven. Justify it in the end. There won't be any trumpets blowin' Come the Judgement Day. On the bloody morning after,One tin soldier rides away. . So the people of the valley Sent a message up the hill Asking for the buried treasure, Tons of gold for which they'd kill. Came an answer from the kingdom, With our brothers we will share All the secrets of our mountain All the riches buried there. CHORUS Now the valley cried with anger Mount your horses, draw your sword And they killed the mountain people. So they won their just reward. Now they stood beside the treasureOn the mountain dark and red Turned the stone and looked beneath it: "PEACE ON EARTH" was all it said. CHORUS
ONE WIDE RIVER TO CROSS Old Noah built himself an ark, There's one wide river to cross! He built it out of hickory bark,There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN: There's one wide river,

And that wide river is Jordan, There's one wide river, There's one wide river to cross. The animals went in one by one, There's one wide river to cross! The elephant, who weighed a ton, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN The animals went in two by two, There's one wide river to cross! The donkey and the kangaroo, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN

The animals went in three by three, There's one wide river to cross! The hippo and a mouse and flea, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN
The animals went in four by four, There's one wide river to cross! You should have heard the lions roar, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN The animals went in five by five, There's one wide river to cross! The bumblebee, he brought his hive, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN When Noah found he had no sail, There's one wide river to cross! He made one from his old coat tail, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN

And as they talked of this and that, There's one wide river to cross! The ark it bumped on Arrarat, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN
ON ILKLEY MOOR BAR T'AT

Where hast thou been since I saw thee, I saw thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Where hast thou been since I saw

Where hast thou been since I saw Where hast thou been since I saw thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at I've been a courting Mary Jane, Mary Jane On Ilkley Moor bar t'at I've been a courting Mary I've been a courting Mary I've been a courting Mary Jane On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then thou will catch thy death of cold, death of cold On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then thou will catch thy death of Then thou will catch thy death of Then thou will catch thy death of cold On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then we shall have to bury thee, bury thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then we shall have to bury Then we shall have to bury Then we shall have to bury thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then worms will come and eat thee up, eat theep up On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then worms will come and eat thee Then worms will come and eat thee Then worms will come and eat thee up On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then ducks'll come and eat up worms, eat up worms On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then ducks'll come and eat up Then ducks'll come and eat up Then ducks'll come and eat up worms On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then we shall come and eat up ducks, eat up ducks On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then we shall come and eat up Then we shall come and eat up Then we shall come and eat up ducks On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at

So we shall have eaten thee, eaten thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at So we shall have eaten So we shall have eaten So we shall have eaten thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at ON MY HONOR (CHORUS On my honor I will try. There's a duty to be done and I say aye. There's a reason here for a reason above. My honor is to try and my duty is love. 1. People don't need to know my name. If I've done any harm then I'm to blame. If I've helped another, then I've helped me. If I've opened up my eyes to see. CHORUS 2. I've tucked away a song or two. When you're feeling low, there's one for you. If you need a friend, then I will come and there's many more where I come from. CHORUS 3. Come with me where a fire burns bright We can even see better in a candle's light And we find more meaning in a campfire glow Than we'd ever learn in a year or so. CHORUS 4. We've made a promise to always keep And pray " softly falls" before we sleep We'll be Girl Scouts together and when we're gone We'll still be trying and singing this song CHORUS ON THE LOOSE (CHORUS) On the loose to climb a mountain, on the loose where I am free. On the loose to live my life the way I think my life should be. For I only have a moment and a whole world yet to see. I'll be looking for tomorrow on the loose. Have you ever watched the sunrise turn the sky completely red? Have you slept beneath the moon and stars, a pine grove for your bed? Do you sit and talk with friends, though a word is never said? Then you're just Iike me and you've been on the loose. CHORUS

There's a trail that I'll be hiking just to see where it might go. Many places yet to visit, many people yet to know. So in following my dreams, I will live and I will grow On the trail that's out there waiting, out there on the loose. CHORUS So in search of love and laughter I'll be traveling 'cross this land. Never sure of where I'm going for I haven't any plans. So in time, when you are ready, come and join me, take my hand, And together we'll share life out on the loose. CHORUS ON TOP OF A MOUNTAIN (On Top of Old Smokey) On top of a mountain All covered in grass There sat a bald eagle Scratching his... Aaaaah Don't be mistaken And don't be misled There sat a bald eagle Scratching his head!
ON TOP OF OLD SMOKY

On top of old Smoky, all covered with snow I lost my true lover from courting too slow Now, courting is pleasure and parting is grief And a false-hearted lover is worse than a thief For a thief will just rob you and take what you have But a false-hearted lover will lead you to the grave And the grave will decay you and turn you to dust; Not one boy in a hundred a poor girl can trust They'll hug you and kiss you and tell you more lies Than cross ties on a railroad or stars in the skies So, come all you young maidens and listen to me Never place your affection on a green willow tree For the leaves they will whither, and the roots they will die You'll all be forsaken and never know why ON TOP OF SPAGHETTI (On Top of Old Smokey) (Actions: make appropriate finger and body actions for the words, and don't leave out a real, live sneeze) On top of spaghetti, all covered with cheese I lost my poor meatball, when somebody sneezed It rolled off the table, and onto the floor And then my poor meatball, Rolled out of the door

It rolled in the garden, and under a bush And then my poor meatball, Was nothing but mush The mush was as tasty, as tasty could be And early next summer, It grew into a tree The tree was all covered with beautiful moss It grew lovely meatballs and tomato sauce So if you eat spaghetti, all covered with cheese Hold on to your meatballs, and don't ever sneeze
ON TOP OF MY PIZZA (On Top of Old Smokey) On top of my pizza All covered with sauce Could not find the mushrooms I think they got lost I looked in the closet I looked in the sink I looked in the cup that Held my cola drink I looked in the saucepan Right under the lid No matter where I looked Those mushrooms stayed hid Next time you make pizza I’m begging you, please Do not give me mushrooms But just plain old cheese OOM, PLUCKY, PLUCKY

She sat on a hillside and strummed her guitar strummed her guitar, strummed her guitar She sat on a hillside and strummed her guitar strummed her gui-ta-a-a-ar Oom, plucky, plucky, oom, plucky, plucky, oom, pluck, pluck, pluck, ZING! Oom, plucky, plucky, oom, plucky, plucky, oom, pluck, pluck, pluck, ZING! He sat down beside her and smoked his cigar He said that he loved her but, oh! How he lied They were to be married but somehow she died He went to her funeral but just for the ride He went to her grave site and laughed 'til he cried The grave stone fell over and squish-squash he died She went up to heaven and flittered and flied He went down below and sizzled and fried The moral of this song is: never tell lies THE ORCHESTRA

The violins ringing, with IoooooveIy singing The violins ringing, with IoooooveIy song. The clarinets makes doodle, doodle, doodle. doodle, deck The clarinets make doodle, doodle. doodle, deck. The trumpet is braying, tara, . ta, ta, ta, ta The trumpet is braying, tara, ta, ta, ta, ta The horn, the horn awakes me at morn The horn. the horn awakes me at morn. The drums sing but two tones and always the same tones . 5,1 ,1 ,5,5,5,5,5,1 OUR CHALET SONG High up, high on a mountain We've founded our Chalet High up, high on a mountain We've founded our Chalet Its sloping roof and wide Shall shelter us without a care And aach GirI Scout and Guide Shall find a welcome there. High up, high on a mountain We’ll go to our Chalet High up, High on a mountain Wall go to our Chalet Our simple life is free Our hearts are Iight, our songs are gay We ever shall remember The joys of our Chalet . High up, high on a mountain We've founded our Chalet High up, high on a mountain We've founded our Chalet And this its dedication Shall never fail nor be undone Each race, each creed, each nation Beneath its roof are one. OUR LEADERS [Battle Hymn of the Republic] We have tortured all the leaders,

We have broken Girl Scout laws. . We have driven them all loony, With our ever-constant noise. . We have given them bad headaches, With our singing, all off key And now they are batty ever more.. (CHORUS) Glory , glory alleluia, Girl Scouts slipped right by the leaders. Hid in the latrine With all their underwear.' It's a wonder their are leaders anywhere. As you know, we love our leaders. We must have them for our troop. But it's lots of fun to tease them. We know they Iove our group. But today they're feeling funny As they hunt their underwear, We are glad there are leaders over there.
OUR PADDLES KEEN AND BRIGHT

Our paddles keen and bright, flashing like silver Swift as the wild goose flies, dip, dip, and swing Dip, dip, and swing them back, flashing like silver Swift as the wild goose flies, dip, dip, and swing Sing two or three times through, with voices becoming louder and then softer-as though canoes were first approaching and then moving away (Also may be sung as a round)
OUR SCOUTS WILL SHINE TONIGHT!

Our Scouts will shine tonight, our Scouts will shine Our Scouts will shine tonight, all down the line They're all dressed up tonight, don't they look fine! When the sun goes down and the moon comes up, our Scouts will shine! OUR CABANA SONG 1. Neath the grand Sierra Madre on a plain in Mexico Lies our beautiful Cabana where the Guides and Girl Scouts go. 2. Oh, come then to see the mountains, the cactus and sunny skies Hear the cricket in the evening see the white moon arise 3. When you see the warm red roofs

you think of hearts that glow with cheer And the walls of sturdy stonework Stand for friendships so dear 4. Each day there is filled with laughter . Each evening is filled with song And our stay in Our Cabana . Gives us memories life-long 5. When we go to Our Cabana We will find ourselves at home There's a greeting smile so friendly And a handshake so warm 6. So come now to Our Cabana World friendships to increase . And carry to your homeland International peace. OUR CHALET SONG OUR CHALET SONG OUR CHALET SONG High up, high on the moun-tain, we've found-ed Our Cha-let,High up, high on the mountain, we've found-ed Our Cha-let,High up, high on the moun-tain, we've found-ed Our Cha-let, High up, high on the moun-tain, we've found-ed Our Cha-let. Its sloping roof and wide shall shelter us without a care, And each Girl Scout and Guide, shall find a wel-come there. High up, high on the mountain, we'll go to Our Cha-let, High up, high on the mountain, we'll go to Our Cha-let. Our simple life is free, our hearts are light, our songs are gay We ever shall remem-ber the joys of Our Cha-let. High up, high on the mountain, we've founded Our Chalet. High up, high on the mountain, we've founded Our Chalet. And this, its dedication shall never fail nor be undone; Each race, each creed, each nation, be-neath its roof, are one.
OVER IN THE MEADOW

Over in the meadow, In the sand in the sun Lived an old mother toadie And her little toadie one "Wink!" said the mother; "I wink!" said the one,So they winked and they blinked In the sand in the sun Over in the meadow,

Where the stream runs blue Lived an old mother fish And her little fishes two "Swim!" said the mother; "We swim!" said the two, So they swam and they leaped Where the stream runs blue Over in the meadow, In a hole in a tree Lived an old mother bluebird And her little birdies three "Sing!" said the mother; "We sing!" said the three So they sang and were glad In a hole in the tree Over in the meadow, In the reeds on the shore Lived an old mother muskrat And her little ratties four Over in the meadow, By the old mossy gate Lived a brown mother lizard And her little lizards eight "Bask!" said the mother; "We bask!" said the eight So they basked in the sun On the old mossy gate Over in the meadow, Where the quiet pools shine Lived a green mother frog And her little froggies nine "Croak!" said the mother; "We croak!" said the nine So they croaked and they splashed Where the quiet pools shine Over in the meadow, In a sly little denLived a gray mother spider And her little spiders ten "Spin!" said the mother; "We spin!" said the ten So they spun lacy webs

In their sly little den
PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES

Pack up your troubles in your old kitbag And smile, smile, smile While you've a lucifer to light your fag Smile boys that's the style What's the use of worrying? It never was worthwhile So pack up your troubles in your old kit bag And smile, smile, smile PACK UP YOUR WIENERS Pack up your wieners in your old knapsack and HIKE, HIKE, HIKE. Put in a loaf of mothers fresh brown bread and marshmallows if you like. What's the use of worrying, all kids are out of sight. So...pack up your wieners in your old knapsack and HIKE, HIKE, HIKE. PAJAMAS [tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic] She wears her pink pajamas in the summer when it's hot. She wears her flannel nighty in the winter when it's not. And sometimes in the springtime And sometimes in the fail She jumps between the sheets with nothing on at all. Glory, glory , Alleluia Glory. glory. What's it to you. Balmy breezes blow right thru ya' With nothing on at all. PARTNERS You and me, we're gonna be partners. You and me we're gonna be pals. You and me, we're gonna be partners, Buddies and pals, buddies and pals PART OF BEING A Girl Look at us world and see how we grow Just look at us girls to see all we know Girl Scouts have fun exploring their lives Making new friends and discovering why (CHORUS) Girl Scouting's part of being a girl it’s learning to be in a very big world

Learning to care and learning to share And seeking the answers tomorrow will bring Being a Girl Scout means lending a hand And being a Girl Scout means building our land It's looking at others with love in our hearts And making a future of which we're all part CHORUS PASS IT ON It only takes a spark to get a fire going And soon all those around can warm up to its glowing That's how it is with God's love Once you've experienced it You spread his Iove to everyone You want to pass it on . What a wondrous time is spring When all the trees are budding The birds begin to sing The flowers start their blooming That' s how it is with God's love Once you've experienced it You want to sing It's fresh Iike Spring You want to pass it on I wish for you my friend This happiness that I have found You depend on him lt matters not where you are bound I'll shout it from the mountain top . I want my world to know The God of Love has come to me I want to pass it on. I'll shout it from the mountain top I want my world to know The god of love has come to me I want to pass it on.
PASS IT ON

It only takes a spark to get a fire going And soon all those around can warm up to its glowing That's how it is with Scouting Once you've experienced it You spread your joy to everyone

You want to pass it on What a wondrous time is spring when all the trees are budding The birds begin to sing, the flowers start their blooming That's how it is with Scouting Once you've experienced it You want to sing, it's fresh like spring You want to pass it on I wish for you my friend, this happiness that I've found You can come join in, it matters not where you're bound I'll shout it from the mountain tops I want the world to know The joy of friends has come to me I want to pass it on
PASS THE SHOE

I will pass the shoe from me to you, to you You will pass the shoe, and do just like I do
For this song game you can substitute a cup, rock, or any suitable object for a person's actual shoe. Form an ring; as you sing, give the "shoe" you currently have to the person on your right whenever you get to an underlined word. Note that only the second "do" is underlined; on the first "do", you simply wave the "shoe", you don't give it up just yet

PEACE Peace I ask of thee, O River, peace, peace, peace. When I learn to live serenely cares will cease. From the hills I gather courage, vision of the day to be. Strength to lead and faith to follow, all are given unto me. Peace I ask of thee, O River, peace. peace, peace.
PEACE IS

Peace is the bread we break Love is a river rolling Life is the chance we take When we make this world our home Gonna make this world our home PEANUT BUTTER First you take the peanuts and you smash it, smash it First you take the peanuts and you smash it, smash it (CHORUS) Peanut, Peanut Butter-Jelly, Peanut, Peanut Butter-Jelly Then you take the grapes and you squash it, squash it Then you take the grapes and you squash it, squash it CHORUS Next you take the bread and you spread it, spread it Next you take the bread and you spread it, spread it

CHORUS Then you take the bread and you eat it, eat it Then you take the bread and you eat it, eat it CHORUS
PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY

First ya find the peanuts and ya dig 'em Ya dig 'em, ya dig 'em, dig 'em, dig 'em Then you take the peanuts and ya smash 'em . . . Then you take the butter and ya spread it . . . Peanut, peanut butter; jelly! Peanut, peanut butter; jelly! Then you find the grapes and ya pick 'em . . . Then you take the grapes and ya smash 'em . . . Then you take the jelly and ya spread it . . . Then you take the bread and ya fold it . . . Then you take the sandwich and ya munch it . . . The last time through the chorus, after eating the sandwich, mumble the words terribly as though there is peanut butter stuck to the roof of the mouth
PETER'S FOUNTAIN

Ho reak, oh leak reak, O le cuckoo O leak reak, O le cuckoo O leak reak, O le cuckoo O leak reak O Let us go to Peter's fountain Where the water's so good We will see the one cuckoo As he sings in the woods When we get to the fountain We will all have some fun We will find there two cuckoos When we thought there was none We'll go home from the fountain And we'll all have some tea We'll invite one more cuckoo For a total of three We'll go back to the fountain To the waters once more We will see one more cuckoo In the woods there'll be four When we got to the fountain We met Peter's cousin He's a cuckoo collector And he says there's a dozen We got to the fountain

And found we had blundered We saw all the cuckoos And counted one hundred We went back to the fountain And we pulled out a gun We shot all thos cuckoos And now there are none
PICK ME UP ON YOUR WAY DOWN

You were mine for just a while, now you're putting on the style And you never once looked back to your home across the track You're the gossip of the town, but my heart can still be found Where you tossed it on the ground. Pick me up on your way dowe Pick me up on your way down, when you're blue and all alone When the glamour starts to bore you, come on back where you belong You may be their pride and joy but they'll find another toy Then they'll take away your crown. Pick me up on your way down They have changed your attitude, made you naughty and so rude Your new friends can take the blame, underneath you're still the same When you learn these things are true, I'll be waiting here for you As you tumble to the ground. Pick me up on your way down PINK PAJAMAS (Battle Hymn of the Republic) I wear my pink pajamas in the summer when it's hot I wear my flannel nighties in the winter when it's not And sometime in the springtime and sometimes in the fall I jump right in between the sheets with nothing on at all Glory, glory, hallelujah Glory, glory, what's it to ya Balmy breezes blowing through ya With nothing on at all
PIZZA HUT

A Pizza Hut, a Pizza Hut Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Pizza Hut A Pizza Hut, a Pizza Hut Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Pizza Hut MacDonalds, MacDonalds Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Pizza Hut MacDonalds, MacDonalds Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Pizza Hut A Burger King a Burger King Long John Silvers and a Burger King A Burger King a Burger King Long John Silvers and a Burger King Red Lobster Red Lobster

Long John Silvers and a Burger King Red Lobster Red Lobster Long John Silvers and a Burger King Dairy Queen A Dairy Queen Chucky Cheese and a Dairy Queen Dairy Queen A Dairy Queen Chucky Cheese and a Dairy Queen Roy Rogers Roy Rogers Chucky Cheese and a Dairy Queen Roy Rogers Roy Rogers Chucky Cheese and a Dairy Queen Actions Pizza Hut - Make shape of a hut in the air Kentuckey Fried- Flap elbows up and down in the manner of a demented chicken McDonalds - Put hands on top of head and bribg out and down to produce the "Golden Arches" Burger King - Put hands on head with fingers up to make a crown Long John Silver - mimic sword play Rel Lobster - hold up arms and bring fingers down on thumbs like lobser claws snaping Dairy Queen - mimic milking a cow Chuckey Cheese - mimic throwing up a pizza Roy Rogers - miminc riding a horse PLACE IN THE CHOIR (CHORUS) All God's critters got a place in the .choir. Some sing low. Some sing higher. Some sing out loud on the telephone wire and some just clap their hands, paws or anything they got now. 1. Listen to the bass it's the one on the bottom. Where the bullfrog croaks and the hippopotamus moans and . groans with a big to do and the old cow just goes moo. CHORUS 2. Dogs and cats they take up the middle. Where the honey bee hums and the crickets fiddle. The donkey brays and the pony neighs. The old coyote howls. CHORUS 3. Listen to the top where the Iittle birds sing on the melody with their high notes ringing. The hoot owl hollers over everything, the jaybird disagrees. CHORUS
PLAYMATE Say, say, oh playmate, Come out and play with me

And bring your dollies three Climb up my apple tree Shout down my rain barrel Slide down my cellar door And we'll be jolly friends Forever more more more more more Say, say, oh playmate I cannot play with you My dolly's got the flu Boo hoo hoo hoo hoo hoo Ain't got no rain barrel Ain't got no cellar door But we'll be jolly friends Forever more more more more more POLLY-WOLLY-DOODLE

O, I went down south for to see my Sal Sing polly wolly doodle all day My Sally am a spunky gal Sing polly wolly doodle all the day Fare thee well, fare thee well Fare thee well my fairy day For I'm goin' to Louisianna For to see my Susyanna Sing polly wolly doodle all the day Oh, my Sal, she is a maiden fair Sing polly wolly doodle all the day With curly hair and laughing eyes Sing polly wolly doodle all the day A grasshopper sitting on a railroad track Sing polly wolly doodle all the day A-picking his teeth with a carpet tack Sing polly wolly doodle all the day
PRETTY BABY

Everybody loves a baby that's why I'm in love with you Pretty baby, Pretty baby And I'd like to be your sister, brother, dad and mother, too Pretty baby, Pretty baby Won't you come and let me rock you in my cradle of love And we'll cuddle all the time Oh! I want a lovin' baby and it might as well be you Pretty baby of mine POOR LITTLE BUG.ON THE W ALL Poor little bug on the wall. No one to love him at all.

No one to wash his clothes. No one to tickle his toes. Poor little bug on the wall. [secretary , cowboy, opera singer, truck driver, scuba diver , baby, jack hammer, Englishman] POPCORN MAN [tune: Do You Know the Muffin Man] O do you know the Popcorn man, the popcorn man, the popcorn man. O do you know the popcorn man that lives in (daisy, brownie, junior) land. (One girl is chosen popper and the rest are in a circle around her. AlI are singing but only she is popping (jumping up and down) and then all sing:) Oh yes, I know the popcorn man, the popcorn man, the popcorn man, oh yes. I know the popcorn man that lives in brownie land . (At this point the popper hops in front of another girl and they both are popping inn the center. Song starts over,. until they all are popping .) PRINCESS PAT The Princess Pat Lived in a tree. She sailed across The seven seas. She sailed across The channel too. And took with her The rig of bamboo. (CHORUS) The rig of bamboo, Now what is that? It's something made By the Princess Pat. It's red and gold And purple too. That's why it's called The rig of bamboo.

Now Captain Jack Had a mighty fine crew. They sailed across The channel too. But their ship sank And yours will too, If you forget Your rig of bamboo. CHORUS PRODIGAL SON I shall arise and go unto my father And shall say unto him, Father I have sinned Against heaven and before you, And am no more worthy to be called your son PURPLE LIGHT Purple light In the canyon, That's where I . Long to be. With my three Good companions, My rifle, my pony & me. No more cows To be ropin'. No more strays WiII I see Round the bend. She’ll be waitin' For my rifle, my pony & me. Gonna hang My sombrero On the limb Of a tree. With my three Good companions, Just my rifle, my pony & me. Whippoorwill ln the willow Sings a sweet Melody . .

Ridin' to Amarillo , Just my rifle, my pony & me. PURPLE STEW Stirrin' the purple stew Whip whip whip whip(l) Stirrin' the purple stew . Scooby do bee do(2) Purple potatoes and purple tomatoes and maybe you(3) in the purple stew. (One person starts out in the center on (I) make stirring motions on (2) hold nose and wiggle down and on (3) point to someone to join you in the stew, Continue until all people are in stew)
PUT ON A HAPPY FACE

Gray skies are gonna clear up, put on a happy face Brush off the clouds and cheer up, put on a happy face Take off the gloomy mask of tragedy, it's not your style You'll look so good that you'll be glad ya' decided to smile Pick out a pleasant outlook, stick out that noble chin Wipe off that "full of doubt" look, slap on a happy grin And spread sunshine all over the place Just put on a happy face
PUT ON YOUR OLD GREY BONNET

Put on your old grey bonnet With the blue ribbon on it While I hitch old Dobbin to the shay And through the fields of clover We'll drive up to Dover On our golden wedding day
PUT YOUR ARMS AROUND ME, HONEY

Put your arms around me, Honey Hold me tight Huddle up and cuddle up With all your might Oh, oh, won't you roll those eyes Eyes that I just idolize? When you look at me My heart begins to float Then it starts a rockin' Like a motor boat Oh, oh, I never knew anyone like you

QUARTERMASTER'S STORE

There are rats, rats, as big as alley cats In the stores, in the stores There are rats, rats, as big as alley cats In the Quartermaster's store My eyes are dim, I can not see I have not brought my specks with me I have not brought my specks with me Mice . . . running through the rice Snakes . . . as big as garden rakes Beans . . . as big as submarines Gravy . . . enough to float the navy Cakes . . . that give us tummy aches Eggs . . . with scaly chicken legs Butter . . . running in the gutter Lard . . . they sell it by the yard Bread . . . with great big lumps like lead Cheese . . . that makes you want to sneeze Soot . . . they grow it by the foot Goats . . . eating all the oats Bees . . . with little knobby knees Owls . . . shredding paper towels Apes . . . eating all the grapes Turtles . . . wearing rubber girdles Bear . . . with curlers in its hair Buffalos . . . with hair between their toes Foxes . . . stuffed in little boxes Coke . . . enough to make you choke Pepsi . . . that gives you apoplexy Roaches . . . sleeping in the coaches Flies . . . swarming 'round the pies Fishes . . . washing all the dishes Moths . . . eating through the cloths Scouts . . . eating brussel sprouts Leaders . . . slapping at the skeeters ...and anything else you can think of! We often try and do a verse about everyone round the fire - which can be a bit of a challenge! RAINBOW (Utah Girl Scout Council) There's a road I've been walking And some folks I’ve been talking to Some thoughts I.ve been thinking . And some things that I've gotta do The life I've been living And the time I’ve been giving

To some plans that will make us happy When we're feeling blue. . Gonna find me a rainbow . . With a pot of gold to share Gonna find me a rainbow And I want you to be there Gonna find me a rainbow-o-o-o And the I'm going ho-o-o-ome. And then I'm going home Some songs I’ve been singing And some dreams that are coming true Some hopes that are building And a good friend like you-u-u Some smiles . I’ve been rhyming And some time just for sitting still Some daises in a big bouquet And evenings on a summer hill. RAINDROP ROUND Toompa toompa rain upon the tent top Toompa toompa Falling in the night Plunk plunk dropping from the treetop Plunk plunk dropping in the night Pitter patter pitter patter falling softly Pitter patter pitter patter in the night. RAINDROPS If all of the raindrops were lemon drops and gum drops Oh what a rain it WouId be. (CHORUS) I’d stand outside with my mouth open wide. . "Ah, ah ah ah ah, ah ah ah ah" If all the snowflakes were Hershey bars and milkshakes Oh what a snow it would be. CHORUS If all of the hailstones were M & M's and sugar cones

Oh what a hail it WouId be. CHORUS If all of the sleet was lima beans and liver meat Oh what a sleet it would be. I’d stand outside with my mouth shut tight. "Mum, mum mum"...[etc.] A RAM SAM SAM . A ram Sam Sam, A ram Sam Sam, Guli, guli, guli. guile, guile, ram Sam Sam. A ram Sam Sam, A ram Sam Sam, Guile, guile,. guile, guile, guile, ram Sam Sam. A ra fi, a ra fi, guile, guile, guile, guile, guile, ram Sam Sam. A ra fi, a ra fi, guile, guiI, guile, guile, guile, ram Sam Sam. RANDALL (Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer) Randall, the red-cheeked Cub Scout Had a very cold, cold nose And if you ever noticed You could even say it flows All of the other Cubbies Used to laugh and point it out That Randall, the red-cheeked Cub Scout Had a very runny snout Then one day the Den Leader Took Randall out of sight And told him that it's time he knew How to wipe his nose just right Now all the other Cubbies Think Randall is a "Class-A" Scout Cause Randall, the red-cheeked Cub Scout Finally learned to blow his snout Ravioli (Alouette) Ravioli, I like ravioli; ravioli, it's so good for me Leader: Do I have it in my hair? Yes you have it in your hair Leader: In my hair? OHHH Ravioli, I like ravioli; ravioli, it's so good for me Continue:

Chin, tie, shirt, skirt(pants), shoes, floor. Repeat the items mentioned with each verse sung
THE RATTLING BOG

Ro, ro the rattling bog The bog down in the valley O Rare bog the rattling bog A bog down in the valley O And on that bog there was a tree A rare tree, a rattling tree The tree in the bog and the bog down in the valley O Each verse adds an additional line And on that feather there was a flea A rare flea a rattling flea The flea on the feather and the feather on the wing And the wing on the bird and the bird on the egg And the egg on the nest and the nest on the leaf And the leaf on the twig and the twig on the branch And the branch on the limb and the limb on the tree And the tree in the bog and the bog down in the valley O RAVIOLI Tune: " Alouette" All: Ravioli, I like RavioIi Ravioli, it's the best for me. Leader: Have I got it on my chin? AII: Yes, you got it on your chin. Leader: On My Chin? . All: On your chin. Oh-h-h-h-h Ravioli, I Iike Ravioli RavioIi, it's the best for me. (Continue for shirt, pants, shoes, floor, walls, etc. Point to the items as each new word is added. It is repeated by the chorus and all preceding verses are sung in reverse order.) Final Verse All: Ravioli, I like ravioli. Ravioli, it's the best for me. Leader. Is it all over.? All: Yes, it's all over. Leader: Yes, it's all over. A REAL GIRL SCOUT IS HARD TO BEAT A REAL Girl Scout is hard to beat. She's just 100 percent from head to feet. She's got that smile, that style, that winning

way. No matter where you go you’ll recognize her And you'll say. Now there's a girl I’d like to know. She's got that good old Girl Scout pep and go And when you look at her it's clear to see She's glad to be a REAL GirI Scout! REINDEER My reindeer flies sideways, Your reindeer flies upside down. . My reindeer flies sideways, Your reindeer is dead.
Red Men

We are the red men tall and quaint In our feathers and war paint Pow wow, pow wow We are the men of the old Dun cow All of us are red men Feathers in our head men Down among the dead men Pow wow We dont fight with sticks and stones Bows and arrows, bricks and bones Pow wow, pow wow We are the men of the old Dun cow All of us are red men Feathers in our head men Down among the dead men Pow wow RIDDLE SONG . . 1. I gave my love a cherry that has no stone 1 gave my love a chicken that has no bone I gave my love a ring that has no end I gave my love a baby that's no cryen 2. How can there be a cherry that has no stone How can there be a chicken that has no bone How can there be a ring that has no end How can there be a baby that's no cryen. 3. A cherry when it's blooming it has no stone A chicken when it's pipping it has no bone A ring when it's roiling it has no end

A baby when it’s sleeping there's no cryen. RISE AND SHINE So, rise and shine, and give out your glory, glory Rise and shine, and give out your glory, glory Rise and shine, and [slap or clap] give out your glory, glory Children of the Lord The Lord said to Noah, "There's gonna be a floody, floody" The Lord said to Noah, "There's gonna be a floody, floody" Get those children [slap or clap] out of the muddy, muddy Children of the Lord So, Noah he build him, he built him an arky, arky So, Noah he build him, he built him an arky, arky Thatched it up with [slap or clap] hickory barky, barky Children of the Lord The animals they came in two by twosy, twosy The animals they came in two by twosy, twosy Elephants and [slap or clap] kangaroosy, roosy, roosy Children of the Lord The animals they came in three by threesy, threesy The animals they came in three by threesy, threesy Bugs and bears and [slap or clap] bumblebeesy, beesy Children of the Lord The animals they came in four by foursy, foursy The animals they came in four by foursy, foursy Noah called out [slap or clap] "Close the doorsy, doorsy" Children of the Lord It rained, it rained, it rained forty daysy, daysy It rained, it rained, it rained forty daysy, daysy Drove those animals [slap or clap] nearly crazy, crazy Children of the Lord The Sun came out and dried up the landy, landy The Sun came out and dried up the landy, landy Everything was [slap or clap] fine and dandy, dandy Children of the lord RISE AND SHINE The Lord said to Noah there gonna be a floody, floody . Lord said to Noah there' s gonna be a floody, floody Get those animas out of the muddy, muddy (CHORUS) So, Rise and Shine and give God the glory glory Rise and Shine and give God the glory, glory

Rise and Shine and give God the glory, glory Children of the Lord So Noah he built him he built him an arky, arky Noah he built him he built him and arky, arky Made it out of hick'ry barky, barky CHORUS The animals they came on they came on by twos , twos The animas they came on they came on by twos , twos Elephants and kangaroosy, roosys CHORUS It rain and poured for forty daysy, daysy Rained and poured for forty daysy, daysy Nearly drove those animals crazy, crazy CHORUS The sun came out and dried up the Iandy, landy Sun came out and dried up the landy, landy CHORUS The animals they came off they came off by threesies , threesies Elephants and chimpanzeesee, zeesee CHORUS This is the end of the end of my story, story This is the end of the end of my story, story Everything was hunky dory, dory CHORUS RISE UP O FLAME Rise up O Flame, by the Iight glowing. Show us to beauty, vision and joy. ROCK Rock, rock how I wonder From one hand into the other Is it fair, is it fair To keep poor waiting there ROCK-A MY SOUL Rock-a my soul in the bosom of Abraham. Rock-a my Soul in the bosom of Abraham. Rock-a my Soul in the bosom of Abraham.

Oh, rock-a my Soul! So high you can't get over it, So low you can't get under it, So wide you can't get around it You must go through at the door.
ROLL OUT THE BARREL

There's a garden, what a garden Only happy faces bloom there And there's never any room There for a worry or a gloom Roll out the barrel, We'll have a barrel of fun Roll out the barrel, we've got the blues on the run Zing Boom Tararrel, ring out a song of good cheer Now's the time to roll out the barrel For the gang's all here! There, oh there's music and there's dancing And a lot of sweet romancing When they do a polka They all get in the swing Every time they hear that oompa-pa-pa Everybody feels so tra la la They want to throw their cares away They all go la de a de ay Then they hear a rumble on the floor It's the big surprise they're waiting for And all the couples from a ring For miles around, you'll hear them sing
THE ROOSTER

We had some hens, no eggs would they lay We had some hens, no eggs would they lay My spouse said, "Honey, this isn't funny We're loosing money." No eggs would they lay One day a rooster came into our yard He caught those hens right off of their guard They're laying eggs now, just like they used to Ever since that rooster came into our yard They're laying eggs now, just like they used to Ever since that rooster came into our yard We had a cow, no milk would she give We had a cow, no milk would she give My spouse said, "Honey, this isn't funny We're loosing money." No milk would she give When that rooster came into our yard He caught the cow right off of her guard She giving eggnog, that's more than she used to

Ever since that rooster came into our yard She giving eggnog, that's more than she used to Ever since that rooster came into our yard We had a field, no crops would it grow . . . . We're raising eggplant . . . We had a dog, no pups did she have . . . . She's delivering pooched eggs . . . Me and my wife, no kids did we have . . . . We're raising egg heads . . . We had a gum machine, no gum would it give . . . . We're getting chiclets . . . We had a garden, no flowers would it grow . . . . We're growing chickweed . . . We had some fish, but they wouldn't grow . . . . We're raising tuna, it's the chicken of the sea . . . We had a car, but it wouldn't run . . . . We have a yolkswagen . . . We had a comedian, no laughs could he get . . . . He's telling yokes now . . . We had a army, no battles did we win . . . . We're getting shelled now . . . We had a cannon, but it wouldn't fire . . . . We have no rooster . . . ROSE Rose, rose, rose, rose. * WiIl I ever see thee wed? I will marry at thy will. sire, At thy will. Peace, peace, peace, peace. The answer in one word is peace. Peace shall come through understanding. Peace, peace, peace. . Love, love, Iove, love. . The Gospel in one word is love. Love thy neighbor, as thy brother. Love, love, love. ROSE [2nd version] Rose, rose, rose, rose. . Will I ever see thee wed? I will marry at thy will, sire, At thy will. Hey ho, nobody home, Meat nor drink nor money have I none. Yet I will be very merry' Hey ho nobody home. Ah poor bird, wing your fight, High above the sorrows of this sad night.

ROSES ARE RED

Roses are red my love, violets are blue Sugar is sweet my love, but not as sweet as you (As sweet as you) A long long time ago on graduation day You handed me your book, I signed it this way We dated through high school and when the big day came I wrote into your book next to my name Then I went far away and you found someone new I read your letter dear and I wrote back to you Is that your little girl? She looks a lot like you Someday some boy will write in her book too Roses are red my love, violets are blue Sugar is sweet my love, Good Luck and may God bless you
ROW, ROW, ROW

And then he'd row, row, row Way up the river he would row, row, row A hug he'd give her, then he'd kiss her now and then She would tell him then He'd fool around and fool around and Then they'd kiss again And then he'd row, row, row A little further he would row, oh, oh, oh, oh Then he'd drop his oars Take a few more encores And then he'd row, row, row
ROW, ROW, ROW YOUR BOAT

Row, row, row your boat Gently down the stream Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily Life is but a dream RUFUS Oh, Rufus Rafus Johnson Brown, What'cha gonna do when the rent comes 'round.? What'cha gonna say, what'cha gonna . pay? What'cha gonna do on the Judgement Day.? Oh, you know, I know, rent means dough. LandIord’ll throw you out in the snow. Oh, Rufus Rafus Johnson Brown, What'cha gonna do when the rent comes

'round? (You're gonna freeze!)
RUNNING BEAR

On the banks of the river Stood Running Bear, young Indian brave On the other side of the river Stood a lovely Indian maid Little White Dove was her name Such a lovely sight to see But their tribes fought with each other So their love could never be Running Bear loves little White Dove With a love big as the sky Running Bear loves little White Dove With a love that'll never die They couldn't swim the raging river 'Cos. the river was too wide He couldn't reach his little White Dove Waiting on the other side In the moonlight he could see her Blowing kisses cross the waves Her little heart was beating faster Waiting for her brave Running Bear dived in the water Little White Dove did the same As they swam towards each other Through the swirling waves they came As their hands touched and their lips met The raging river pulled them down Now they'll always be together In that happy hunting ground
THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN

Oh, when the Saints go marching in Oh, when the Saints go marching in Lord, I want to be in that number When the Saints go marching in 2. And when the revelation comes 3. And when the new world is revealed 4. And when the sun refuse to shine 5. And when they gather 'round the throne 6. And on that hallelujah day 7. And when the Saints go marching in SANDWICH SONG (Battle Hymn of the Republic)

I walk into a restaurant And t his is what I cry "I want a chicken sandwich Cup of coffee, piece of pie" Oh, you will surely hear me Sing this song until I die! "I want a chicken sandwich Cup of coffee, piece of pie" SANGAM SONG The symbol of oneness Sangam is our pride Where love and affection don't change like the tide Regardless of colour, religion or creed To spread benevolence we're sowing the seed.. Guides of all nations, together we stand In goodwill and friendship united our band To help the weak and aged we make ourselves strong To gain inspiration we always sing this song Sangam, o Sangam, Symbol of oneness. SANTA'S COMING (Brother John) Santa's coming, Santa's coming Can you hear? Can you hear? Jingle Bells are jingling, we are happy singing Christmas Bells, Christmas Bells
SARASPONDA SARASPONDA

SARASPONDA SARASPONDA (Spinning Song) (2-PART) (Sing Boom-da with verse to represent the spinning wheel) Sara-sponda, Sarasponda, Sara-sponda, Ret-set-set, Sara-sponda, Sarasponda, Sara-sponda, Ret-set-set,Sara-sponda, Sarasponda, Sara-sponda, Ret-set-set,Sara-sponda, Sarasponda, Sara-sponda, Ret-set-set, Ah - do - ray - oh! Ah - do - ray - boom - day - oh! Ah do ray boom - day ret - set - set! Aw - say - paw - say - oh. Hey! 1/2 group sings song, 1/2 group sing repeats boom-da Switch SARAH THE WHALE (Dixie) In Frisco town there lived a whale They fed her peanuts by the pail And washtubs and bathtubs And sailboats and schooners Her name is Sarah and she's a peach But don't put food within her reach Or babies, or nursemaids Or chocolate ice cream sodas

She loves to smile and when she smiles You can see her teeth for miles and miles And her tonsils and her spare ribs And things too fierce to mention Now what can you do in a case like that There's nothing to do but sit on your hat Or your toothbrush, or your best friend Or anything else that's helpless SAY WHEN Say when, will we ever meet again (three times) Say when my friend, say when. Say why, do we have to say goodbye (three times) Say why my friend, say why Say where, and I'II meet you right there (three times) Say where, my friend, say where Say when, will we ever meet again Say why, do we have to say goodbye Say where and I’ll meet you right there Say when, say why, say where .
SCARBOROUGH FAIR

Are you going to Scarborough Fair? Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme Remember me to the one who lives there For she once was a true love of mine. Have her make me a cambric shirt Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme Without a seam or fine needle worn And she'll be a true love of mine Have her wash it in yonder dry well Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme Where ne'er a drop of water e'er fell And then she'll be a true love of mine Dear, when thou hast finished thy task Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme Come to me, my hand for to ask For thou then art a true love of mine SCHNELL (The Marine Corps Hymn)

From the ants in our petunia bed To the crab grass in our lawn We will fight them off with chemicals Till the bugs and weeds are gone We will use quarts and quarts of poison sprays And we won't stop till we're through The bugs and weeds are dying now But the plants and trees are, too
SCHERMAN’S SONG

Where the cactus meets the mountains & the mountains touch the sky, And the sky’s the bluest blue that it can be. Where a million stars like diamonds smile on campfires burning low, And the moon’s so bright, with just its light, to guide you, you can see. CHORUS Well the road’s a little dusty and the trees a trifle few, But the beauty’s there in the fresh clear air, And the friendships that you knew. The freedom of the forest lets your soul breathe deep and long, And a part of me will always be here, Singing Scherman’s song. Where the pine trees smell like butterscotch, And the thunder greets the rain, You can feel the joy of living everyday. Where the peacefulness and solitude, In the memories that you share, Give you strength to face the time When it’s goodbye we’ll have to say …CHORUS SCOTLAND'S BURNING Scotland’s burning, Scotland’s burning Lookout, lookout Fire, fire, fire, fire Pour on water, pour on water
SCOUT CAMP

The buses that you ride in, they say are mighty fine But when they turn a corner, they leave the wheels behind Oh, I don't want to go to . . . Scout Camp Please, Skip, I want to go, but they won't let me go Please, Skip, I want to go home Alternative Chorus: I don't wanna go to Scout Camp Mommy, I wanna go back where the toilets flow Mommy, I wanna go ho-o-ome The leaders that they have here, they say are mighty fine But when you get up closer, they look like Frankenstein The Leaders that they have here, they say they're really fine

But when you ask a question, they say "get back in line" The first aid that they give you, they say is mighty fine But if you cut your finger, you're left with only nine The first aid that they give you, they say is mighty fine But when you break a finger, they break the other nine The water that they have here they say is mighty fine But when you try to drink it, it tastes like turpentine The biscuits that they serve you, they say are mighty fine But one rolled off the table and killed a friend of mine The spagetti that they serve you, they say is mighty fine They rinse it the toilet and drain it on the line The chicken in the army, they say is mighty fine But once two drumsticks got up, and started beating time The cocoa that they serve you, they say is mighty fine It's good for cuts and bruises and tastes like iodine The tents that you sleep in, they say are mighty fine But whoever said this has never slept in mine The toilets that they have here are the best that they can get Last night my tent mate had to go, they haven't found him/her yet They say that in the army, the girls are mighty fine You ask for Farrah Fawcett, they give you Frankenstein SCOUT MARCHING SONG (tune: This Old Man] This young Scout, number one, She sure likes to get things done. (CHORUS) With a knick knack paddy whack Give a Scout a chore This she'll do and ask for more. This young Scout, number two, She will do odd jobs for you. CHORUS This young Scout, number three, Full of humor. full of glee, CHORUS This young Scout, number four, Follows rules and knows the score. CHORUS This young Scout, number five, She has courage, she has drive. CHORUS

This young Scout, number six, She'll make up things with ropes and sticks. CHORUS This young Scout, number seven, Must always be home by eleven. CHORUS This young Scout, number eight, Gives goodwill that sure does rate. CHORUS This young Scout, number nine, She's so pleasant all the time. . CHORUS . This young Scout, number ten, Sings the chorus once again . CHORUS SCOUT TRAVELLERS (Home on the Range) Oh, give us a train or a boat or a plane That will carry . . . Scouts away To Paris or Rome, let us wander and roam And discover new things each day Relax on a trail, float over the waves all day Or glide through the clouds, far over the crowds But be home before five each day On a broomstick we'll ride, in a rowboat we'll glide In a rocket we'll go to the moon And our trip will be fun but soon will be done Air pockets could end it too soon Up, up, and away; let us orbit the far distant sun Or deep on the floor of the sea let's explore And as . . . Scouts we'll always have fun THE SCOUT WHO NEVER RETURNED (CHARLIE ON THE MTA) Let me tell you of a story of a Scout named . . On that tragic and fateful day Put his Scout knife in his/her pocket Kissed his dog and family When to hike in the woods far away

Well, did he ever return? No, he never returned And his fate is still unlearned: He may roam forever in the woods and mountains He's the Scout who never returned Now you citizens of town name Don't you think it's a scandle How ol' Scout's name got lost that day? Take the right equipment; TAKE ALONG A BUDDY When you hike in the hills that way Or else you'll never return No, you'll never return And your fate will be unlearned: (just like Scout's name) You may roam forever in the woods and mountains Like the Scout who never returned
SENIOR CITIZEN SONG

'Tis true we are no longer youthful A fact we've no need to conceal But if the old adage be truthful We're only as old as we feel Three score years and more But counting our blessings instead of years Three score years and more Our blessings outnumber the years As lovely as flowers in December Are memories that memory brings The happiest days we remember The sad ones grow less with the years We'll never grow rich on our pensions We'll just try to make it suffice Our wealth is in friendships but sometimes A little more cash would be nice Some think the best days are behind us And all the good times in the past But then we would like to remind them That often the best wine comes last SHALOM CHAVERIM Shalom Chaverim, Shalom Chaverim Shalom, Shalom Le hit ra to, Le hit ra to Shalom , Shalom SHAKE A FRIEND'S HAND SHAKE A FRIEND'S HAND SHAKE A FRIEND'S HAND Shake a friend's hand, shake a hand next to you

Shake a friend's hand and sing La La; Shake a friend's hand, shake a hand next to you, Shake a friend's hand and sing... Sing
SHE DIED, SHE DID

She died, she did, she died of a broken rib she did She died, she did, she died of a broken rib she did She did, she died, she died, she did She died, she did, of a broken rib, of a broken rib She died, she did
SHE LEFT ME STANDING ON THE MOUNTAIN

Darling will you marry me, I asked a maiden fair I turned my back upon her, when I looked she wasn't there She left me standing, standing on the mountain She left me standing way up there Where the honey bees are buzzin' round the flowers there That is where she vanished somewhere in that mountain air She left me standing, standing on the mountain She left me standing way up there I just saw a Wip-por-will a talkin' to a bear They were both a laughin' about givin' me the air She left me standing, standing on the mountain She left me standing way up there I would give most anything if she would reappear And tell me she'd get her father's mountain ears She left me standing, standing on the mountain She left me standing way up there SHE'LL BE COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN 1. She'll be comin' round the mountain when she comes (toot toot) 2. She'll be drivin' six white horses when she comes (whoa back) 3. Oh, we’ll kill the old red rooster when she comes (hack, hack) 4. Oh, we'll have chicken and dumplings when she comes (yum, yum) . 5. Oh, we'll all go out to meet her when she comes (hi, babe)
SHE'LL BE COMIN' 'ROUND THE MOUNTAIN

She'll be comin' 'round the mountain when she comes. (Whoo, whoo!) She'll be comin' 'round the mountain when she comes. (Whoo, whoo!) She'll be comin' 'round the mountain, comin' 'round the mountain She'll be comin' 'round the mountain when she comes She'll be driving six white horses, when she comes (Whoa, back!) . . Oh, we'll all go out to meet her when she comes (Hi babe!) . . She'll be wearing silk pyjamas when she comes (Wolf whistle) . . And, we'll wear our bright red woollies when she comes (Scratch, scratch!) . . Oh, we'll kill the old red rooster, when she comes (Hack, hack!) . .

Oh, we'll all have chicken and dumplings when she comes (Yum, yum!/or: Yuck, yuck!) . . Oh, we'll all have indigestion when she comes (Burp, burp!) . . Oh, she'll have sleep with Grandma when she comes (Snore, snore!) . . Actions: Sing each verse and make appropriate gestures. Following the last singing of each verse, repeat sounds and gestures of all preceding verses. 'Automotive' verses: Oh, she'll be draggin' round the mountain when she comes (Rrrmm, rrrmm!) . . Oh, she'll lay a strip of rubber when she comes (Eet, eet!) . . Oh, she'll drop her old transmission when she comes (Clunk, clunk!) . . Oh, her smog device got cloggy when she comes (Blaugh, blaugh!) . . Make up more verses, for example: radiator boiled over, steering wheel fell off, tires went flat, etc Finally: She'll wind up in the junk yard when she comes (Quissh, quissh)
SHE'LL BE WEARIN' BLUE AND BROWN WHEN SHE COMES (She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain)

She'll be wearin' blue and brown when she comes She'll be wearin' blue and brown when she comes She'll be wearin' blue and brown She'll be wearin' blue and brown She'll be wearin' blue and brown when she comes She'll be selling Girl Scout Cookies when she comes She will have your order ready when she comes You will get your Girl Scout cookies when she comes You can eat your Girl Scout cookies when she comes I'm trying to think of things to end each verse with… like at the end of the last verse we'd have yum, yum here they are all done buy some lookin' good
SHE SAT ON A HILLSIDE

She sat on a hillside and strummed her guitar strummed her guitar, strummed her guitar She sat on a hillside and strummed her guitar strummed her gui-ta-a-a-ar He sat down beside her and smoked his cigar . .

He said that he loved her but, oh! How he lied . . They were to be married but somehow she died . . He went to her funeral but just for the ride . . He went to her grave site and laughed 'til he cried . . The grave stone fell over and squish-squash he died . . She went up to heaven and flittered and flied . . He went down below and sizzled and fried . . The moral of this song is: don't tell a lie . . SHE WADED IN THE W ATER [tune: Battle Hymn of the RepubIic] She waded in the water and she got her feet all wet She waded in the water and she got her feet all wet She waded in the water and she got her feet all wet but she didn't get her (cIap, cIap) wet (cIap) yet. SHE WEARS A "G" . She wears a G for generosity, She wears an I for interest too. She wears an R for real friendship. She wears an L for loyalty, for loyalty. She wears an S for her sincerity, She wears a C for courtesy, for courtesy She wears an O U T for outdoor life And that Girl Scout is ME. SHE WEARS A G.. (rewritten) She wear a G for green-eyed monster She wears an I for insects, too She wears an R for reading comic books She wears an L for letting mice into the house She wears an S for super sloppiness She wears a C for climbing trees She wears an O U T for outer space, outer space And that Girl Scout's not me.
SHINE ON, HARVEST MOON, MEDLEY

Shine on, shine on harvest moon, up in the sky I ain't had no lovin since January, February, June or July Snow time ain't no time to sit around and croon So, shine on, shine on harvest moon for me and my gal The bells are ringing, for me and my gal The birds are singing for me and my gal Everybody's been knowing, to a wedding they're going And for weeks they've been sewing, every Sue and Sal They're congregating for me and my gal

The parson's waiting for me and my gal And someday we're going to build a little home for two For three or four or more In loveland for me and my gal SHINY NOSES . [tune: My Bonny Lies Over the Ocean] Why do rabbits all have shiny noses? This question I’ll ask to the end. Why do rabbits all have shiny noses.? Cause the powder puff's on the wrong end! (CHORUS) Wrong end, wrong end, the powder puff's on the wrong end, wrong end. Wrong end, wrong end, the powder puff's on the wrong end!
SHORTNIN' BREAD

Three little children lyin' in bed Two of them sick and the other most dead Called for the doctor, the doctor said "Feed them children some shortnin' bread Mammy's little baby loves shortnin', shortnin' Mammy's little baby loves shortnin' bread Mammy's little baby loves shortnin', shortnin' Mammy's little baby loves shortnin' bread When them children lying in the bed Heard that talk about shortnin' bread They all got up and began to shout Laughin' and a-singin' and a-dancin' about Put on the skillet, put on the lid Mammy's gonna make a little shortnin' bread Then after that, there's a treat for you Mammy's gonna make a little coffee too
SHOW ME THE WAY TO GO HOME

Show me the way to go home I'm tired and I want to go to bed Oh, I had a little drink about an hour ago And it's gone right to my head Wherever I may roam, on land or sea or foam You will always hear me singing this song Show me the way to go home Indicate the way to my abode I'm fatigued and I wish to retire Oh, I had a little beverage 60 minutes ago And it's gone right to my cranium Wherever I may perambulate, on land or sea or atmospheric preassure You will always hear me chanting this melody

Show me the way to my abode
SIDE BY SIDE

Oh! We ain't got a barrel of money Maybe we're ragged and funny But we'll travel along Singing a song, side by side Don't know what's comin' tomorrow Maybe it's trouble and sorrow But we'll travel the road Sharin' our load, side by side Through all kinds of weather What if the sky should fall Just as long as we're together It doesn't matter at all When they've all had their quarrels and parted We'll be the same as we started Just travellin' along, singing a song Side by side; side by side
SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK

East side west side all around the town The tots sang "Ring a round Rosie" "London Bridge is Falling Down" Boys and girls together Me and Mamie O'Rorke Tripped the light fantastic On the sidewalks of New York SILVER BIRCH Land of the Silver Birch Home of the Beaver. Where once the mighty moose wandered at will. Blue ridge and rocky shore. I will return once more. Bum didy ada bum bum.
SIMPLE GIFTS

'Tis a gift to be simple, 'tis a gift to be free 'Tis a gift to come down where we ought to be And when we find ourselves in the place just right We will live in the valley of love and delight When true simplicity is gained To bow and to bend we shall not be ashamed To turn and to turn will be our delight 'Til by turning and turning we come round right The earth is the Lord's and the fullness thereof

Its streets, its streams, as well as stars above Salvation is here where we laugh, where we cry Where we seek and love, where we live and die When true liberty is found By fear and by hate we will no more be bound In love and in life we will find a new birth In peace and in freedom redeem the earth
SING, SING A SONG

Sing! Sing a song, sing out loud, sing out strong Sing of good things, not bad Sing of happy, not sad Sing! Sing a song Make it simple to last your whole life long Don't worry that it's not good enough for anyone else to hear Just sing! Sing a song La, la, la, la, la; la, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la; la, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la, la, la SINGING FOR OUR LIVES Words and music by Holly Near We are gentle angry people And we are singing, singing for our lives We are gentle angry people And we are singing, singing for our lives We are young and old together . . . We are a multicolored people . . .
SING HOSANNA!

Give me oil in my lamp, keep me burning Give me oil in my lamp, I pray Give me oil in my lamp, keep me burning Keep me burning 'til the break of day Sing Hosanna!, Sing hosanna! Sing Hosanna! To the King of Kings! Sing Hosanna!, Sing hosanna! Sing Hosanna! To the King! Give me joy in my heart, keep be praising Give me peace in my heart, keep me resting Give me love in my heart, keep me serving
SINGING IN THE RAIN

We're singing in the rain, just singing in the rain What a glorious feeling, we're happy again Thumbs up!

Toot-ta-ta-da, toot-ta-ta-da, toot-DA-DA We're singing in the rain, just singing in the rain What a glorious feeling, we're happy again Thumbs up!, Elbows in! Toot-ta-ta-da, toot-ta-ta-da, toot-DA-DA . . . Knees bent . . . Toes together . . . Bum back . . . Chest out . . . Chin down . . . Tongue out
SINGING WATERFALL

There's a singing waterfall in the mountains far away That's where I'd go to meet her at the close of every day That's where my darling's sleeping there beyond the spray I often sit and wonder why the Lord took her away We'd go there every evening when the sun was sinking low And we'd listen to the water as it rippled soft and low But since she's gone to heaven I miss her most of all Tonight my darling's sleeping by the singing waterfall Last night as I lay sleeping I heard my darling call And then I went to meet her by the singing waterfall She took me in her arms just like she used to do And then I heard her whisper, we'll meet beyond the blue
SIPPING CIDER THROUGH A STRAW

The cutest boy (Echo), I ever saw, (Echo) Was sipping cider through a straw The cutest boy, I ever saw, Was sipping cider through a straw I asked him if, (Echo) he'd show me how, (Echo) To sip that cider through a straw I asked him if, he'd show me how, To sip that cider through a straw Then cheek to cheek(Echo), and jaw to jaw(Echo) We sipped that cider through a straw Then cheek to cheek, and jaw to jaw We sipped that cider through a straw Every now and then, (Echo) the straw would slip(Echo) I'd sip some cider from his lip Every now and then, the straw would slip I'd sip some cider from his lip The parson came(Echo) to my backyard(Echo) A sipping cider from a straw The parson came to my backyard A sipping cider from a straw

And now I have (Echo)a mother-in-law(Echo) And fourteen kids to call me Ma And now I have a mother-in-law And fourteen kids to call me Ma The moral of t(Echo)his little tale(Echo) Is sip your cider from a pail!YELL
SISTER JULIETTE Father Abraham

At the end of each verse, you shout the body part, which was moved in rhythm to the song, along with all along with all previously mentioned parts. Right arm, left arm, right leg, left leg, your head, turn around, the end! I tried to make the last lines fit since I was only given one verse written out Sister Juliette, has many scouts, Many scouts has sister Juliette, And I am one of them, And so are you, And we all go hiking on... ( march in place both feet) Sister Juliette, has many scouts, Many scouts has sister Juliette, And I am one of them, And so are you, And we all say the promise (GS sign with right hand) Sister Juliette, has many scouts, Many scouts has sister Juliette, And I am one of them, And so are you, And we all sew our badges (left hand with stitiching action) Sister Juliette, has many scouts, Many scouts has sister Juliette, And I am one of them, And so are you, And we all look for service projects (turn around)

SIX DAYS ON THE ROAD

Well I pulled out of Pittsburgh a heading down that eastern sea board I got my diesel wound up and she's a runnin' like never before There's a speed zone ahead all right, And I don't see a cop in sight Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight I got me ten forward gears and a Georgia overdrive I'm taking little pink pills and my eyes are open wide I just passes Jimmy White, I been passin' ev'rything in sight Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight Oh it seems like a month since I kissed my baby goodbye I could have a lot of women but I'm not like some other guys I could find one to hold me tight. But I could never make believe it's alright Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight Well the I T C is a checkin' on down the line I'm a little overweight and my log book's way behind But nothin' bothers me tonight; I can dodge all the scales allright Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight Well my rig's a little old, but that don't mean she's slow There's a flame from it's stack and that smoke is a blowin' backa so My home town's come in sight and if you think I'm happy you're right Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight SIX LITTLE DUCKS SIX LITTLE DUCKSSIX LITTLE DUCKS Six little ducks that I once knew, Six little ducks that I once knew, Six little ducks that I once knew, Fat ones, skinny ones, fair ones too. But the one little duck with the feather on his back, He led the others with his quack, quack, quack, Quack, quack, quack... quack, quack, quack, He led the others with his quack, quack, quack. Down to the river they would go, Wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble, to and fro, But the one little duck with the feather on his back, He rules the others with his quack, quack, quack, Quack, quack, quack, quack, quack, quack, He rules the others with his quack, quack, quack. SKIP'S GOT A HEAD LIKE A PING PONG BALL (Lone Ranger Theme - William Tell Overture) Skips got a head like a ping pong ball Skips got a head like a ping pong ball Skips got a head like a ping pong ball Like a piiiiiiiiiiing pong ball ping pong (Seven times) ball ping pong (Six times) Ball ping ping ping ping ping ping ping ping PONG

Second verse is the same only say pong where you say ping in the first verse and visa versa - You can also change the name to your favourite hairless scouter!!! SKIP'S SONG (Zip-a-dee-doo-dah) (Zip-a-dee-doo-dah) Skip's in a doo-dah, Skip's in a daze My oh my he's got some wonderful ways Feet on the ground but head in the haze Skip's in a doo-dah, Skip's in a daze With the PLs on his shoulder It's the truth, no wonder His mental health is bond to suffer Skip's in a doo-dah, Skip's in a daze Feet on the ground but head in the haze
SKIP TO MY LOU

Lost my partner what'll I do? Lost my partner what'll I do? Lost my partner what'll I do? Skip to my Lou, my darling Skip, skip, skip to my Lou Skip, skip, skip to my Lou Skip, skip, skip to my Lou Skip to my Lou, my darling 2. I'll get another, a nicer one too . . 3. If I lose that one, I'll take two . . 4. Flies in the sugar bowl, shoo, shoo, shoo . . 5. Cat's in the buttermilk, licking it too . . 6. Kitten in the haymow, mew, mew, mew . . 7. Bears in the rose bush, boo, boo, boo . . 8. Mule's in the cellar, kicking up through . . 9. Dad's old hat got torn in two . . 10. Little red wagon, painted blue . . 11. Had a cart and pony too . . . 12. Going to get a red-bird, a pretty one too . . 13. If I can't get a red-bird, a blue-bird'll do . . 14. Needle in the haystack, Number 32 15. Hurry up, slow poke, do, Oh, do . .
SKYE BOAT SONG

Speed bonny boat, like a bird on the wing "Onward!" the sailors cry Carry the lad that's born to be king Over the sea to Skye Loud the winds howl, loud the waves roar Thunder claps rend the air Baffled, our foes stand by the shore

Follow they will not dare Though the waves leap, soft Charlie sleep The ocean's a royal bed Rocked on the deep, Flora will keep Watch by your weary head Many's the lad fought on that day Well the claymore could wield When the night came silently lay Dead on Culloden's field Loud the winds howl, loud the waves roar Thunder claps rend the air Baffled, our foes stand by the shore Follow they will not dare Burnt are our homes; exile and death Scatter our loyal men Yet ere the sword's cold in its sheath Charlie will come again S-M-I-L-E (John Brown's Body) It isn't any trouble just to S-M-I-L-E It isn't any trouble just to S-M-I-L-E There isn't any trouble but will vanish like a bubble If you'll only take the trouble just to S-M-I-L-E It isn't any trouble just to G-R-I-N, grin It isn't any trouble just to L-A-U-G-H
SMOKEY MOUNTAIN RANGE

It's on my way from L.A. back to Nashville I found out those bright lights ain't where I belong From a phone booth in the rain, I called to tell her I've had a change of dreams, I'm comin' home The tears filled my eyes when I found out she was gone Smokey Mountain rain keeps fallin', I keep on callin' her name Smokey Mountain range keep on lurchin' Can't go on hurtin' this way She's somewhere in the Smokey Mountain range I waved a diesel down outside a cafe He said that he was goin' as far as Catlinsburg I climbed up in the cab all wet and cold and lonely I wiped my eyes and told him about her If you find her can you make these big wheels burn
THE SNAKES CRAWL AT NIGHT

Oh the snakes crawl at night, that's what they say When the sun goes down, then the snakes will play

I watched that car pull right up into my driveway Saw a shadow slip away from my house So I hurried straight and looked in her room And I found out it was my loving spouse And I waited in the shadows until morning And the gun I held was trembling in my hand No I did not plan to give them any warning For the devil on my shoulder had command Oh the trail in a little while was over And they sentenced me to die right away But before I leave this courtroom, please your Honour There's something more I'd like to say . . . SNAP CRACKLE POP SNAP CRACKLE POPSNAP CRACKLE POP Snap now, snap now, snap's the sound,Snap now, snap now, snap's the sound,Snap now, snap now, snap's the sound, You gotta have snap or the world's not round. I snap, you snap, we snap, they snap, SNAP! ---- ---- Makes the world go round. I like crackle that crispy sound, You gotta have crackle or the clock's not wound. Geese cackle, feathers tickle, boys are fickle, have a pickle, ---- CRACKLE! ---- Makes the world go round. Pop now, pop now, pop's the sound, You gotta have pop or the world's not round. Orange pop, lemon pop, lime pop, grape pop, ---- ---- POP! Makes the world go round. (3 groups sing three verses together) STREETS, THE (sung w/Rose, Hey Ho)STREETS, THESTREETS, THE The streets are very dirty, my shoes are very thin.2The streets are very dirty, my shoes are very thin.The streets are very dirty, my shoes are very thin. I have a little pocket to put a penny in. If you haven't got a penny, a hay penny will do, If you haven't got a hay penny, then God bless you. SOAP AND TOWEL (Row, Row, Row Your Boat) Soap, soap, soap and towel; towel and water please Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, wash your dirty knees SOCKS (While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night) While shepherds washed their socks by night, While watching ITV The Angel of the Lord came down

And switched to BBC. SOFTLY FALLS [tune: O Tannenbaum] Softly fails the light of day As our campfire fades away. silently each Scout should ask: Have I done my daily task? Have I kept my honor bright? Can I guiItIess sleep tonight? Have I done and have I dared Everything to be prepared?
SOLDIER BOYS

Soldier boy, oh my little soldier boy I'll be true to you You were my first love, and you'll be my last love I will never make you blue, I'll be true to you In this whole world you can love but one girl Let me be that one girl, for I'll be true to you Where-ever you go, my heart will follow I love you so, I'll be true to you Take my love with you and to any port or foreign shore Darling you must feel for sure, I'll be true to you Soldier boy, oh my little soldier boy I'll be true to you
SO LONG IT'S BEEN GOOD TO KNOW YUH

I've sung this song, but I'll sing it again Of the people I've met and the places I've been Of some of the troubles that bothered my mind And a lot of good people that I've left behind So it's so long it's been good to know yuh So long it's been good to know yuh So long it's been good to know yuh What a long time since I've been home And I gotta be drifting along The sweethearts they sat in the dark and they sparked They hugged and they kissed in that dusty old dark They sighed and they cried and they hugged And they kissed, but instead of marriage They talked like this, Honey, So long ... etc I went to your family and asked them for you They all said take her, oh, take her, please do She can't cook or sew and she won't scrub your floor So I put on my hat and tiptoed out the door

Saying: so long ... etc I walked down the street to the grocery store It was crouded with people both rich and poor I asked the man, how is butter sold, he said One pound of butter for two pounds of gold I said, so long ... etc My telephone rang and it jumped off the wall That was a preacher a making a call, he said We're getting ready to tie the knot We're getting married, believe it or not So long ... etc
SOMEBODY LOVES YOU DARLING

Somebody loves you darling, somebody loves you I know Somebody loves you darling, why did you let them go? I see the postman coming, he's coming down the street And I know he's got a letter, for he's headed straight for me Somebody loves you darling, somebody loves you I know Somebody loves you darling, why did you let them go? There's going to be a wedding, it's going to be in the fall So boys and girls get ready, I'm going to invite you all Somebody loves you darling, somebody loves you I know Somebody loves you darling, why did you let them go?
SONG OF THE STATES

Oh what did Dela ware, friends, Oh what did Dela ware? I ask you again, as a personal friend, what did Dela ware? She wore her New Jersey, friends, she wore her New Jersey I tell you again, as a personal friend, she wore her New Jersey 2. Oh, how did Flori-die, friends? She died in Mis-sour-i, friends 3. Oh, what did Io-way, friends? She weighed a Washington, friends 4. Oh, what did Ida-ho, friends? She hoed her Mary-land, friends 5. Oh, how did Wiscon-sin, friends? She stole a New-bras-key, friends 6. Oh, what did Tennessee, friends? She saw what Arkan-sas, friends 7. Oh, where has Ore-gon, friends? She's taking Okla-home, friends 8. Oh, what did Massa-chew, friends? She chewed her Connecti-cud, friends 9. Oh, what did Missi-sip, friends? She sipped her Mini-soda, friends 10.Oh, what did Ohi-owe, friends?

She owed her state Taxes, friends 11.Oh, why did Califone, friends? She called to say, "Hawaii," friends SONG WITH AN UNEXPECTED ENDING (Clementine) I'm a teacup I'm a teacup I'm a teacup I'm a teacup yes I am But I'd rather be a teacup than a mug . . . bloodstain . . . clot . . . moose . . . fool . . . raindrop . . . drip . . . mosquito . . . nit SOUND OFF (The chorus should be sung between each verse. Each line is sung in an echo style.) CHORUS (Sound Off) G I (Sound Off) R L (Bring it on down) SCOUTS GIRL SCOUTS 1 . We are Girl Scouts one and all So we follow the Girl Scout Law We promise that we'll do our best And never let our standards rest 2. Law number one, we must obey Do all things the honest way Secondly, we must be fair By doing this, we learn to share 3. The third thing that we must do Is help where needed all year through To be cheerful, is number four Stay right here and you'll hear more 4. Next to come is number five Be friendly, considerate and very wise Number six is what its about Be a sister to every Girl Scout

5. Law seven is the best Show your Girl Scout leader respect The next law is number eight Resources you must save not waste 6. The world, we must protect and improve Number nine get you in the groove Last of the laws is number ten Show respect thru words and actions. SPIDER'S WEB (CHORUS): There's a web like a spider's web Made of silk and light and shadow Spun by the moon in my room at night it’s a web made to catch a dream . Hold it tight till I awaken As if to tell me that dreamin's alright. 1. Down in the valley, there is a mission By the old oak tree. Near that mission, there is a fountain Where my love told me ... CHORUS 2. ln the evening, she was sleeping My Iove dreamt of me I was leaving, She was weeping As she said to me ... CHORUS .

3. I met a stranger. his name was danger, We rode side by side . Down in Santa Fe, I killed a man they say Danger told me ride. CHORUS 4. Now if I return, they will hang me By the old oak tree By the old oak tree, by that mission Where my love told me...that... CHORUS
STITCHED UP

Granny's in the kitchen Doing a bit of stitching, In came a bogie man and chased granny out -

BOO! 'Well,' said Granny, 'That's not fair!' 'Well,' said the bogie man, 'I don't care!'
SUMMERTIME

Summertime and the living is easy Fish are jumping and the cotton is high Oh, your dad is rich and your ma is good looking So hush little baby, don't you cry One of these mornings, you're gonna rise up shining Then you'll spread your wings and you'll take to the skies But till that morning, there ain't nothing to harm you With your daddy and mammy standing by
SUNDAY SCHOOL

Young folks, old folks, everybody come Join our happy Sunday School, and have a lot of fun Please check your chewing gum and raisins at the door And you'll hear some Bible stories that you've never heard before Shadrak, Meshak, and Abednigo Wouldn't obey the king, so they had to go Put 'em in a furnace to burn 'em up like chaff But their asbestos B.V.D.s gave the king a laugh The world was made in six days and finished on the seventh According to the contract it should have been the eleventh But the union called a strike and workers wouldn't work So the only thing that they could do was fill it up with dirt Adam was the first man that ever was invented He lived all his life and never was contented He was made of clay in the days gone by And hung on a fence in the sun to dry Adam was a gardener and Eve was his spouse They got the sack for stealing fruit and took to keeping house They lived a very quiet life and peaceful in the main 'Til Eve had a baby and they started raising Cain Noah was a mariner who sailed around the sea With half a dozen relatives and a big menagerie He failed the first season when it rained for forty days For in that kind of weather no circus ever pays Joseph was a shepherd, too, he kept his father's goats His father used to dress him in the very loudest coats His brothers they got jealous and threw him in a well Joseph went to heaven and others went to hell Joshua played the trumpet, so runs the ancient rhyme He taught the Israelites to play in syncopated time But when they played in Jericho, their music raised a frown

So he set the boys a'swinging, and the walls come tumbling down Pharaoh had a daughter, she had a winsome smile She found the infant Moses a-floating in the Nile She took him to her father, said "I've found him on the shore" Pharaoh winked his eye and said "I've heard that tale before" Jonah was an landsman, so runs the Bible tale He took a steerage passage on a transatlantic whale Jonah in the belly of the whale felt quite compressed So he pushed a little button and the whale did the rest Samson was a husky guy as everyone should know He used to lift five-hundred pounds as strongman on the show One week the bill was rotten and the actors had a souse But the strongman act of Samson's, still brought down the house David was a shepherd boy, a plucky little cuss Along came Goliath a-looking for a fuss David took a slinky and socked him on the crust Goliath reeled a couple a times and then he bit the dust God made Satan, Satan made sin God made a hot place to keep Satan in Satan didn't like it so he said he wouldn't stay He's been acting like the devil ever since that day Daniel was a prophet, he wouldn't obey the king The king said to Daniel, "This is a naughty thing." Put him in a lion's den with lions down beneath But Daniel was an artist so he drew the lions' teeth Salomi was a dancer and she danced before the king She wiggled and she waggled and she shook most everything The king tells Salomi, "We'll have no scandal here!" "The hell we won't!" Salomi said, and she kicked the chandelier
THE SUN HAS GOT HIS HAT ON

The sun has got his hat on Hip hip hip hooray The sun has got his hat on and is coming out to play Now we'll all be happy Hip hip hip hooray The sun has got his hat on and is coming out to play STRUT MISS SUZY Strut Miss Suzy, strut Miss Suzy, Strut Miss Suzy, all day long. Here comes another one Just like the other one. Here comes another one . AII the way home. SUITOR

There are suitors at my door . Oh a lei a body a Six or eight or even more Oh a lei a body a And my father wants me wed Oh a lei a body a Or at least that's what he said Oh a lei a body a (CHORUS) Oh lei oh la, oh a lei a body a [REPEAT 3 MORE TIMES] . So I told him that I will When the rivers run up hill Or when fish begin to fly Or the day before I die CHORUS So I left the very next day For at home I could not stay And I know that I'll find my love With the help of him above. CHORUS And my father said to me You'll get married and you'll see That your dreams will all come true In a paradise for two. CHORUS SUMMER CAMP Take me back to summer camp Golden days with songs to sing Take me back to the memories In the forest, the life it brings Camping days will live with me The many gifts a child will leave . A counselors love she shares with all Forever living the campfires glow Camping days, they near the end it’s not goodbye, but see you again The memories to forever hold The lasting friendships I will take home Take me back to summer camp

Golden days with songs to sing Take me back to the memories In the forest, the life it brings
SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET

Grab your coat and get your hat Leave your worries on the doorstep Just direct you feet to the sunny side of the street Don't you hear the pitter pat And that hurried tune in your step Life can be so sweet on the sunny side of the street I used to walk in the shade With those blues on parade But I'm not afraid, this rover crossed over If I never had a cent I'd be rich as Rockefeller Gold dust on my feet, on the sunny side of the street SUNNYSIDE (CHORUS) Stay on the sunnyside Always on the sunnyside Stay on the sunnyside of life. Boom, boom, boom You will feel no pain, As they drive you insane, . So stay on the sunnyside of life. Knock-knock. Who’s there? Either Either who? The either bunny. OHHHHHHHHH CHORUS Knock-knock. Who’s there? Either Either who? Another either bunny! OHHHHHHHHH CHORUS Knock-knock. Who’s there?

Either Either who? Car go VROOOM VROOOM, run over all the either bunnies. OHHHHHHHHH CHORUS Knock-knock. Who’s there? Either Either who? o -- don't cry, the either bunny will be back next year! OHHHHHHHHH
SUNNY SIDE UP

Keep your sunny side up! up! Hide the side that gets blue If you have nine sons in a row Baseball teams make money, you know! Keep your funny side up! up! Let your laughter come thru, do! Stand up on your legs Be like two fried eggs Keep your sunny side up!
SWEET BETSY FROM PIKE

Did you ever hear tell of sweet Betsy from Pike Who crossed the wide prairie with old Uncle Ike With two yoke of cattle and one spotted hog A tall Shanghai rooster and a large yellow dog Singin' toora-li, loora-li, loora-li, ay Singin' toora-li, loora-li, loora-li, ay One evening quite early they camped on the Platte 'Twas near by the road on a green shady flat Where Betsy sore-footed lay down to repose There was no sounder sleeper than that Pike County rose They soon reached the desert, where Betsy gave out And down in the sand she lay rolling about But she got up again with a great deal of pain And declared she'd go back to Pike County again The Shanghai ran off and their cattle all died That morning the last piece of bacon was fried Poor Ike was discouraged and Betsy got mad The dog drooped his tail and looked wondrously sad They finally stopped on a very high hill And with wonder looked down upon old Placerville Ike sighed when he said as he looked all around "Well, Betsy, my sweet, we might as well go down

Old Ike and sweet Betsy attended a dance Ike wore a pair of his Pike County pants Sweet Betsy was covered with ribbons and rings Says Ike, "You're an angel, but where are your wings?" A miner asked, "Betsy, will you dance with me?" "I will that, old hoss, if you don't make too free "But don't dance me hard, do you want to know why? Dog on, but I'm chock full of strong alkali"
SWEET GEORGIA BROWN

No gal made has got a shade on sweet Georgia Brown! Two left feet but oh, so sweet Georgia Brown! They all sigh and wanna die for sweet Georgia Brown! I'll tell you just why, you know I don't lie - - not much! It's been said she knocks 'em dead when she lands in town Since she came why it's a shame how she cools 'em down Fellers she can't get are fellers she ain't met! Georgia claimed her, Georgia named her - - Sweet Georgia Brown!
SWEET VIOLETS

Sweet violets, sweeter than the roses Covered all over from head to toe Covered all over with sweet violets There once was a farmer who took a young miss In back of the barn where he gave her a Lecture on horses and chickens and eggs And told her that she had such beautiful Manners that suited a girl of her charms A girl that he wanted to take in his Washing and ironing and then, if she did They could get married and raise lots of . . . The girl told the farmer that he'd better stop And she called her father and he called a Taxi and got there before very long 'Cause someone was doing his little girl Right for a change and so that's why he said "If you marry her, son, you're better off Single 'cause it's always been my be-lief Marriage will bring a man nothing but . . . The farmer decided he'd wed any way And started in planning for his wedding Suit, which he purchased for only one buck But then he found out he was just out of Money and so he got left in the lurch Standing and waiting in front of the End of this story which just goes to show All a girl wants from a man is his . . .

SWIMMING Swimming , swimming ln a swimming pool Some days are hot Some days are cool ln a swimming pool Breast stroke, side stroke . Fancy diving too Now wouldn't it be nice to have Nothing else to do
SWING LOW SWEET CHARIOT

Swing low sweet chariot Coming for to carry me home Swing low sweet chariot Coming for to carry me home I looked over Jordan and what did I see Coming for to carry me home A band of angels coming after me Coming for to carry me home If you get there before I do Coming for to carry me home Tell all my friends I'm coming too Coming for to carry me home The brightest day that ever I saw Coming for to carry me home When Jesus washed mu sins away Coming for to carry me home I'm sometimes up and sometimes down Coming for to carry me home But still my soul feels heavenly bound Coming for to carry me home
SWINGING ALONG

SWINGING ALONG SWINGING ALONG Part 1 Swinging along the open road Swinging along under a sky that's clear, Swinging along the open road, All in the fall, in the fall of the year, Swinging a-long, swinging along, Swinging a-long the open road, All in the fall of the year. Swinging along ...the open road,

(2 parts)

Under a sky that's clear, Swinging ... along the open road, In the fall of the year. Swinging a-long, swinging along, Swinging a-long the open road, All in the fall of the year. SWITCH (Reuben and Rachel) I don't care if I go crazy 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Switch Crazy go I, if care don't I 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Switch 'S WONDERFUL 'S wonderful! 'S marvellous! You should care for me! 'S awful nice! 'S paradise! 'S what I love to see! You've made my life so glamorous You can't blame me for feeling amorous Oh! 'S wonderful! 'S marvellous! That you should care for me
SYLVEST

He's my big brother Sylvest. WHAT'S HE GOT? He's got a row of forty medals 'cross his chest. BIG CHEST! Don't push, don't shove Plenty room for you and me. He's got an arm like a leg. BIG LEG! And a punch that'd sink a battleship, BIG SHIP! Takes all tlae army and the navy To put the wind up SYLVES
TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME

Take me out to the ball game Take me out to the crowd Bye me some peanuts and cracker jack I don't care if I never come back Let me root, root, root for the home team If they don't win it's a shame For it's one, two, three strikes you're out At the old, ball game

TAMMY

I hear the cottonwoods whispering above Tammy, Tammy, Tammy's in love The old, hooty owl hooty hoots to the dove Tammy, Tammy, Tammy's in love Does my lover feel, what I feel, when he draws near My heart beats so joyfully, I wish that he could hear Wish I knew if he knew, what I'm dreaming of Tammy, Tammy, Tammy's in love TAPS Day is done, gone the sun From the lake, from the hills, from the sky. All is well safely rest, God is nigh. Thanks and praise for our day, . 'Neath the sun, 'neath the stars, 'neath the sky. As we go, this we know, God is nigh. . Fading light, dims the sight And a star gems the sky. Gleaming bright. From afar Drawing nigh comes the night. Sun has set, shadows come Time has fled, Scouts must go to their beds Always true to the promise that they made While the light fades from sight And the stars gleaming rays softly send To thy hands we our souls, Lord, commend
TAPS

Day is done, gone the sun, From the hills, from the lake, From the skies. All is well, safely rest, God is nigh. Go to sleep, peaceful sleep, May the soldier or sailor, God keep. On the land or the deep, Safe in sleep. Love, good night, Must thou go, When the day, And the night

Need thee so? All is well. Speedeth all To their rest. Fades the light; And afar Goeth day, And the stars Shineth bright, Fare thee well; Day has gone, Night is on. Thanks and praise, For our days, 'Neath the sun, Neath the stars, 'Neath the sky, As we go, This we know, God is nigh. TAPS (Funky) Day is done, day is done, day is done Gone the sun, gone the sun, gone the sun From the lake, from the hill, from the sky All is well, all is well, all is well Safely rest, safely rest, safely rest God is nigh, God is nigh, God is nigh
TAVERN IN THE TOWN

There is a tavern in the town, in the town And there my dear love sits him down, sits him down And drinks his wine 'mid laughter free And never, never, thinks of me Fare thee well, for I must leave thee Do not let the parting grieve thee And remember that the best of friends must part, must part A-dieu, kind friends, a-dieu, a-dieu, a-dieu, a-dieu I can no longer stay with you, stay with you I'll hang my harp on a weeping willow tree And may the world go well with thee
TEA FOR TWO

Picture upon my knee Just tea for two and two for tea Just me for you and you for me alone, dear Nobody near us to see us or hear us No friends or relations on weekend vacations We won't have it known, dear That we own a telephone, dear Day will break and I'll awake

And start to bake a sugar cake For you to take for all the boys to see We will raise a family, a boy for you, a girl for me Oh, can't you see how happy we would be? TEARDROPS AT MIDNIGHT Teardrops at midnight, Cinderella's gone home The world seems so empty, and I'm so alone The four walls around me, keep saying she is gone Now there will be teardrops from midnight till dawn The shoes in the corner, that stand out so plain Who's gonna' fill them, and ease all the pain? I know they would never fit none the same As the Princess who owned them, and once shared my name
THE TEDDY BEAR'S PICNIC

If you go down in the woods today You're sure of a big surprise If you go down in the woods today You'd better go in disguise For every bear that ever there was Will gather there for certain because Today's the day the teddy bears have their picnic Picnic time for teddy bears The little teddy bears are having a lovely time today Watch them, catch them unaware And see them picnic on their holiday See them gaily gad about They love to sing and shout They never have any cares At six o'clock their mummies and daddies Will take them home to bed Because they're tired, little teddy bears
THE TELEPHONE SONG

Leader: Everybody say (Leaders's Name) Group: Leader's Name Leader: I thought I heard my name (sung) Leader: Everybody say Leaders's Name Group: Leaders's Name Leader: I thought I heard it again. (sung) Leader: Everybody sing "Leaders's Name you're wanted on the telephone" Group: Leaders's Name you're wanted on the telephone Leader: Well if it's not "Jim" then I'm not home Group: Jim Jim: I thought I heard my name (Leader can help sing) Group: Jim

Jim: I Thought I heard it again Group: Jim you're wanted on the telephone Jim: Well if it's not (Name Beaver on right) then I'm not home and so on and on....around the dam. Each Beaver's name is said 4 times and he only has to introduce himself to the person on his left. Chances are he won't even have to do this because Beavers tend to sit beside people they know. The song leader will probably have to help some of the boys to sing the reply and so should follow the song around the dam TELL ME WHY Tell me why the stars do shine? Tell me why the ivy twines? Tell me why the ocean's blue TeII me, my darling, just why I love you? Because God made the stars to shine. Because God made the ivy twine. Because God made the ocean bIue. Because God made you, that's why I love you. TELL ME WHY [camp version] TeII me why, the bugs do bite. Tell me why the fire won't light. Tell me why, the tent fell down. And I will tell you why we slept on the ground. Because they're hungry, the bugs do bite. Because the wood is wet, the fire won't Iight. Because the peg broke, the tent fell down. Because we're crazy, we slept on the ground. TENDER SHEPHERD (round)TENDER SHEPHERDTENDER SHEPHERD Tender shepherd, tender shepherd, , Tender shepherd, tender shepherd, Tender shepherd, tender shepherd, Let me help you count your sheep One in the meadow, two in the garden Three in the nursery fast a sleep Tender shepherd, tender shepherd Let me help you fall asleep One close your eyes, and, two say your prayers And, Three safe and tenderly fall asleep TEN FAT SAUSAGES (Ten Green Bottles) Ten fat sausages, sizzling in the pan

Ten fat sausages, sizzling in the pan One went pop and another went bang! There were eight fat sausages sizzling in the pan
TEN GREEN BOTTLES

Ten green bottles, hanging on the wall Ten green bottles, hanging on the wall And if one green bottle should accidently fall there'll be nine green bottles, hanging on the wall There'll be no green bottles, hanging on the wall
TEN IN A BED

There were ten in a bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and two fell out There were eight in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and two fell out There were six in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and two fell out There were four in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and two fell out There were two in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and two fell out There were none in the bed and the little one said "Get in, get in" TEN STICKS OF DYNAMITE (Ten Green Bottles) Ten sticks of dynamite hanging on the wall Ten sticks of dynamite hanging on the wall And if one stick of dynamite should accidently fall There'd be no sticks of dynamite and no bloomin' wall THANKS BE TO GOD (Wendy) Thanks be to God the Father Almighty Thanks be to God who gave us this Earth Thanks be to God the Spirit Eternal Thanks be to God forever Amen THANK YOU FOR THE FOOD WE EAT (Michael Row The Boat Ashore) Thank you for the food we eat, Hallelujah Thank you for the friends we meet, Hallelujah Thank you for the birds that sing, Hallelujah Thank you Lord for everything, Hallelujah

THERE AIN'T NO FLIES ON US

There ain't no flies on us! Oh, No! There ain't no flies on us! Oh, No! There may be flies on some of you guys But there ain't no flies on us Itchy, itchy, itchy Scratch, scratch, scratch Itchy, itchy, itchy Scratch, scratch, scratch Itchy Scratch Itchy Scratch Itchy, itchy, itchy Scratch, scratch, scratch
THERE'S ONE WIDE RIVER TO CROSS

Old Noah he build himself an Ark There's one wide river to cross He thatched it up with hickory bark There's one wide river to cross There's one wide river, and that's the river of Jordan There's one wide river, one wide river to cross He built long, and wide and tall There's one wide river to cross Plenty of room for the large and small There's one wide river to cross He anchored the ark to a great big rock There's one wide river to cross And then he began to load his stock There's one wide river to cross The animals came in one by one There's one wide river to cross The elephant munching a caraway bun There's one wide river to cross The animals came in two by two There's one wide river to cross The monkey and the kangaroo There's one wide river to cross The animals came in three by three There's one wide river to cross The lion and the chimpanzee There's one wide river to cross The animals came in four by four There's one wide river to cross

Old Noah got mad and hollered for more There's one wide river to cross The animals came in five by five There's one wide river to cross With wardrobe trunks they did arrive There's one wide river to cross The animals came in six by six There's one wide river to cross The leopard laughed at the monkey's tricks There's one wide river to cross The animals came in seven by seven There's one wide river to cross Now you may think there's at least eleven BUT THERE AIN'T!
THERE WAS AN OLD LADY

There was an old lady who swallowed a fly I don't know why she swallowed a fly I guess she'll die There was an old lady who swallowed a spider That wiggled and jiggled and tickled insider her She swallowed the spider to catch the fly I don't know why she swallowed a fly I guess she'll die There was an old lady who swallowed a bird How absurd! To swallow a bird! She swallowed the bird to catch the spider That wiggled and jiggled and tickled insider her She swallowed the spider to catch the fly I don't know why she swallowed a fly I guess she'll die Continue verses: Cat . . . Imagine that! She swallowed a cat Dog . . . What a hog! She swallowed a dog Goat . . . She opened her throat and in walked a goat Cow . . . I don't know how she swallowed that cow There was an old lady, she swallowed a horse She DIED of course! THESE TINY BOATS [tune: Tell Me Why] These tiny boats, Like hopes and dreams. . Floating in Silence, Far down the stream. . Carry my wish To a distant shore.

May it come true For ever more.
THE THING

As I was walking down the beach one bright and sunny day I saw a great big wooden box a-floatin' in the bay I pulled it in and opened it up and much to my surprise I discovered a -, -,-right before my eyes! Oh, I discovered a -, -,-right before my eyes! I picked it up and ran to town as happy as a king I took it to a guy I know who'd buy most anything But this is what he hollered at me as I walked in his shop "Oh, get out of here with that -, -,-before I call a cop!" "Oh, get out of here with that -, -,-before I call a cop!" I turned around and got right out a-runnin' for my life And then I took it home with me to give it to my wife But this is what she hollered at me as I walked in the door "Oh get out of here with that -, -, -, and don't come back no more" "Oh get out of here with that -, -, -, and don't come back no more" I wandered all around the town until I chanced to meet A hobo who was looking for a handout on the street He said he'd take most any old thing, he was a desperate man But when I showed him the -, -, -, he turned a-round and ran But when I showed him the -, -, -, he turned a-round and ran I wandered on for many years, a victim of my fate Un-til one day I came upon Saint Peter at the gate And when I tried to take it inside he told me where to go "Get out of here with that -, -, -, and take it down be-low!" "Get out of here with that -, -, -, and take it down be-low!" The moral of this story is; if you're out on the beach And you should see a great big box, and it's within your reach Don't ever stop and open it up, that's my advice to you 'Cause you'll never get rid of the -, -,-no matter what you do! 'Cause you'll never get rid of the -, -,-no matter what you do! THIS IS MY COUNTRY This is my country. Land of my birth. This is my country, Grandest on Earth. (CHORUS) I pledge allegiance America -- the bold -For this is my country To have and to hold This is my country.

Land of my choice. This is my country. To have and to hold. CHORUS THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND This land is your land, this land is my land. From California to the New York Island, From the redwood forest to the Gulf Stream waters, This land was made for you and me. As I was walking that ribbon of highway, I saw above me that endless skyway, I saw below me that golden valley. This Land was made for you and me. I've roamed and rambled, and I followed my footsteps To the sparkling sands of her diamond deserts, And all around me, a voice was sounding, This land was made for you and me. When the sun comes shining, and I was strolling, And the wheat fields waving, and the dust clouds roiling , As the fog was lifting, a voice was chanting, This Land was made for you and me.
THIS LITTLE GUIDING LIGHT OF MINE

This little Guiding light of mine I'm gonna let it shine This little Guiding light of mine I'm gonna let it shine This little Guiding light of mine I'm gonna let it shine Let it shine all the time let it shine Don't you (pouf) me little light out I'm gonna let it shine, etc. Take my little light round the block I'm gonna let it shine, etc. Hide it under a bushel? Oh, no I'm gonna let it shine, etc. Don't you (pouf) me little light out I'm gonna let it shine Take my little light round the block I'm gonna let it shine Hide it under a bushel? Oh, no I'm gonna let it shine, etc. Let it shine all the time let it shine

THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE This Iittle light of mine l'm gonna Let it shine (three times) (CHORUS) Ev'ry day, ev'ry day, ev'ry day ev'ry day, Gonna Let my Iittle light shine My brothers and my sisters, I'm gonna help them shine (three times) CHORUS This big world or ours, I'm gonna help it shine (three times) CHORUS THIS OLD MAN This old man, he plays one He plays knick-knack on my thumb With a knick-knack, paddy-wack, give a dog a bone This old man goes rolling home Two-on my shoe. Tap shoe Three-on my knee. Tap on knee Four-on the floor. Touch the floor Five-on my hive. Move hands as if brushing bees away from ears Six-on my sticks. Tap knuckles of other hand Seven-up to Devon. Shake fist Eight-on my pate. Tap top of head Nine-on my spine. Touch backbone Ten-now and then. Raise hands shoulder high, open and close fists in rhythm

THIS OLD MAN (revised) This old man, He ate one, He ate one worm in a bun, Knick-knack, paddywhack,Give a dog a bone, This old man came squirming home. This old man, He ate two,

He ate two worms in a stew, Knick-knack, paddywhack, Give a dog a bone, This old man came squirming home. This old man, He ate three, He ate three worms, all fat-free, Knick-knack, paddywhack, Give a dog a bone, This old man came squirming home. This old man, He ate four, He ate four worms off the floor, Knick-knack, paddywhack, Give a dog a bone, This old man came squirming home. This old man, He ate five, He ate five worms still alive, Knick-knack, paddywhack, Give a dog a bone, This old man came squirming home.
THREE FISHERMEN

There were three jolly fishermen There were three jolly fishermen Fisher, fisher, men, men, men Fisher, fisher, men, men, men There were three jolly fishermen The first one's name was Abraham The first one's name was Abraham Abra, abra, ham, ham, ham Abra, abra, ham, ham, ham The first one's name was Abraham The second one was I-isaac The second one was I-isaac I-i, i-i, zac, zac, zac I-i, i-i, zac, zac, zac The second one was Isaac The third one's name was Ja-acob The third one's name was Ja-acob J-a, j-a, cub, cub, cub J-a, j-a, cub, cub, cub The third one's name was Ja-acob They all sailed up to Jericho

They all sailed up to Jericho Jeri, jeri, co, co, co Jeri, jeri, co, co, co They all sailed up to Jericho They should have gone to Amsterdam They should have gone to Amsterdam Amster, amster, shh, shh, shh Amster, amster, shh, shh, shh They should have gone to Amsterdam You must not say that naughty word You must not say that naughty word Naughty, naughty, word, word, word Naughty, naughty, word, word, word You must not say that naughty word I'm going to say it anyway..
THREE BLIND MICE

Three blind mice, three blind mice See how they run, see how they run They all ran after the farmers wife Who cut off their tails with a carving knife Did you ever see such a thing in your life As three blind mice THREE CHARTREUSE BUZZARDS Three Chartreuse Buzzards Three Chartreuse Buzzards Three Chartreuse Buzzards Sitting in a dead tree Oh, look! One has flown away What a shame Two ... One .... No... Chartreuse Buzzards Oh, look! One has returned! Let us rejoice One... . Two ... Three...
THREE LITTLE ANGELS

Three little angels all dressed in white Tried to get to heaven on the end of a kite

But the kite string was broken, down they all fell They couldn't get to heaven to they all went to . . Two little angels all dressed in white (as verse 1) One little angel all dressed in white (as verse 1) Three little angels all dressed in blue Tried to get to heaven on the end of a shoe But the shoe lace was broken, down they all fell They couldn't get to heaven to they all went to . . Two little angels all dressed in blue (as verse 1) One little angel all dressed in blue (as verse 1) Three little devils all dressed in red Tried to get to heaven on the end of a bed But the bed post was broken, down they all fell They couldn't get to heaven to they all went to . . Two little devils all dressed in red (as verse 1) One little devils all dressed in red (as verse 1) Don't be mistaken, don't be misled They couldn't get to heaven so they all went to bed!
THREE WOOD PIGEONS

Three wood pigeons, three wood pigeons Three wood pigeons sitting in a tree LEADER: Look! One has flown away! GROUP: Aww! Wailing Two wood pigeons, two wood pigeons, etc LEADER: Look! Another has flown! GROUP: Oh-h-h! Louder wailing One wood pigeon, one wood pigeon, etc LEADER: Oh-oh! There goes the last one! GROUP: Oh-h-h! Very loud wailing No wood pigeons, no wood pigeons, etc LEADER: But, wait! One has returned! GROUP: Ah-h! Joyfully One wood pigeon, one wood pigeon, etc LEADER: Now, another has returned! GROUP:Loud cheers Two wood pigeons, two wood pigeons, etc LEADER: Hurray! The third one has returned! GROUP:Tremendous cheers Three wood pigeons, three wood pigeons, etc. Rapidly and enthusiastically Actions: Choose three persons to represent the pigeons. On cue these 'fly' off (or in) with comical antics
TIGER IN MY CLOSET

There's a tiger in my closet, Mommy look and seeThere's a tiger in my closet, Mommy look and see,There's a tiger in my closet, Mommy look and see, There's a tiger in my closet, peeping out at me. His nose is cotton candy, his eyes are gumdrop red, He says he wants to play with me, Why must I go to bed? His color is green & purple, his teeth are long & white, He says he'll teach me how to roar, Why must I say good-night? If I could play with him a-while, I know he'd treat me right; Cause he protects me while I sleep He’s my friend at night Repeat first verse
TIPPERARY

It's a long way to Tipperary It's a long way to go It's a long way to Tipperary To the sweetest girl I know Goodbye Piccadilly Farewell Leicester Square It's a long, long way to Tipperary But my hearts right there
TIP-TOE THROUGH THE TULIPS

Tip-toe to the window, by the window That is where I'll be Come tip-toe through the tulips with me Tip-toe from you pillow To the shadow of a willow tree And tip-toe through the tulips with me Knee deep in flowers we'll stray We'll keep the showers away And if I kiss you in the garden In the moonlight, will you pardon me? Come tip-toe through the tulips with me
THE TITANIC

Oh, they built the ship Titanic to sail the ocean blue And they thought they had a ship that the water would never leak through But the Lord's almighty hand knew that ship would never stand It was sad when the great ship went down Oh, it was sad, it was sad; it was sad, it was sad It was sad when the great ship went down, to the bottom of the .. Husbands and wives, little-bitty children lost their lives It was sad when that great ship went down Oh, they sailed away from England, and were almost to the shore When the rich refused to associate with the poor So they put them down below, where they were the first to go

It was sad when the great ship went down The boat was full of din, and the sides about to burst When the captain shouted "Women and children first!" Then the captain tried to wire, but the wireless was on fire It was sad when the great ship went down So they swung the lifeboats out o're the deep and raging sea The band struck up with 'Nearer My God to Thee' Little children wept and cried, as the waves swept, o're the side It was sad when the great ship went down Oh the moral to be gained from this tale of woe and pain Is that if you're rich you should not be so vain For in the good Lord's eyes, you're the same as other guys It was sad when the great ship went down Oh they built another ship they called, "Titanic II." They were sure this time that the water would never leak thorough So they launched it with a cheer, and it sank right off the pier It was sad when the great ship went down TITANIC Oh, they built that ship titanic and when they were through They thought they had a ship that the water WouId never go through But the good Lord raised his hand, said that ship would never stand. lt was sad when that great ship went down. CHORUS lt was sad, it was sad, it was sad It was sad when that great ship went down to the bottom of the husbands and wives little children lost their lives. lt was sad when that great ship went down. They sailed from Mingo land and were headed for the shore When the rich refused to associate with the poor So they put them down below where they'd be the first to go lt was sad when that great ship went down. CHORUS TODAY (chorus Today while . the blossoms still cling to the vine, I'll taste your strawberries and drink your sweet wine. A million tomorrows may all pass away Ere I forget all the joys that were mine today. 1. I’ll be a dandy and I’ll be a rover. You'll know who I am by the songs that I sing.

I'll feast at your table and sleep in your clover, Who cares what tomorrow brings? CHORUS 2. I can't be contented with yesterday's glory. I can't live on promises, winter to spring. Today is my moment and now is my story. I’ll laugh and I'll cry and I'll sing. CHORUS
TOGETHER AGAIN

Together again, my tears have stopped falling The long lonely nights are now at an end The key to my heart you hold in your hand And nothing else matters, we're together again Together again, the grey skies are gone You're back in my arms now where you belong The love that I knew is living again And nothing else matters, we're together again TONY CHESTNUT [action song] Tony Chestnut knows I love you. Tony Chestnut knows I Iove you. Tony Chestnut knows I love you. That's what Tony knows. [toe- knee- chest- nut- nose- eye- crossed hands across chest- point to other person]
TOO MARVELLOUS FOR WORDS

You're just to marvellous Too marvellous for words Like glorious, glamorous And that old standby, amorous It's all too wonderful I'll never find the words That say enough, tell enough I mean, they just aren't swell enough You're much to much And just too very, very To ever be in Webster's Dictionary And so, I'm borrowing A love song from the birds To tell you that you're marvellous Too marvellous for words

THE TREE TOAD (AULD LANG SYNE) A tree toad loved a fair she toad That lived up in a tree She was a fair three-toed tr ee toad But a two-toed toad was he The two-toed tree toad tried to win The she toad's friendly nod For the two-toed tree toad loved the ground That the three-toed tree toad trod Now three-toed tree toads have no care For two-toed tree toad love But the two-toed tree toad fain would share A tree home up above In vain the two-toed tree toad tried He couldn't please her whim In her tree toad bower with veto power The she toad vetoed him! TURKEY DAY (My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean) My turkey went walking one morning The November weather to see A man with a hatchet approached her Oh, bring back my turkey to me Bring back, bring back Oh, bring back my turkey to me, to me Bring back, bring back Oh, bring back my turkey to me I went down the sidewalk a shoppin' The sights in shop windows to see And everywhere hung great fat gobblers Oh, bring back my turkey to me Bring back, bring back Oh, bring back my turkey to me, to me Bring back, bring back Oh, bring back my turkey to me I went out to dinner and ordered The best things they had I could see They brought it all roasted and sizzling They brought back my turkey to me Brought back, brought back They brought back my turkey to me, to me Brought back, brought back They brought back my turkey to me

TURKEY IN THE STRAW

Oh, as I was a goin' down the road With a tired team and a heavy load I cracked my whip and leader sprung I says good-day to the wagon tongue Turkey in the straw, turkey in the hay Turkey in the straw, turkey in the hay Roll 'em up and twist 'em up a high tuckahaw And play a little tune called 'Turkey in the Straw' Oh, I jumped in the seat, and I gave a little yell The horses ran away, broke the wagon all to hell Sugar in the gourd and honey in the horn I never been so happy since the day I was born Oh, I went out to milk, and I didn't know how I milked the goat instead of the cow A monkey sittin' on a pile of straw A-winkin' his eyes at his mother-in-law Well, I met Mr. Catfish comin' down stream Says Mr. Catfish, "What do you mean?" I caught Mr. Catfish by the snout And I turned Mr. Catfish wrong side out Well, I came to a river and I couldn't get across So I paid five dollars for a blind old hoss He wouldn't go ahead, and he wouldn't stand still So we went up and down like an old saw mill As I came down the new cut road I met Mr. Bullfrog, I met Miss Toad And every time Miss Toad would sing Old Bullfrog cut a pigeon wing Oh, I had an old hen and she had a wooden leg She was the best darn hen that ever laid an egg She laid more eggs than any hen on the farm And a little competition didn't do her any harm Well, if frogs had wings and snakes had hair And automobiles went flying through the air Well, if watermelons grew on a huckleberry vine We'd all have winter in the summertime
TURNIP TOPS

You get off my turnip tops And you get off my gate mate If you don't run I'll get my gun And then it'll be too late mate TURTLE DOVE If I had the wings of a turtle dove (turtle dove)

Back to Arcona* I’d fly (I'd fly). There I would stay with the other girls (other girls) . There I would stay 'till I die. Oo lala, oo lala, oo lala [repeat, again, once more, 2nd verse] If I had the wings of a turtle dove (caterpillar) Back to Arcona I’d fly (I’d crawl). There I would stay with the other girls (what, those old maids?). There I would stay 'till I die (drop dead). Oo lala, oo lala, oo lala (repeat, again, once more, the end) * use the name of any Girl Scout camp
TV DINNERS

How does Batman's mother call him in for tea? To the Batman theme tune: Dinner, dinner, dinner, dinner, Dinner, dinner, dinner, dinner, Batman! How does the Pink Panther chase insects? To the Pink Panther Theme tune: Dead ant, dead ant, dead ant, dead ant, dead ant ... How does Bob Marley like his Doughnuts? To Jammin: Wi' jam in, jam in, and I hope you like jam in too. The Lone Ranger saw Tonto with a dustbin on his back, so he said, "Where are you going with that dustbin, Tonto?" And Tonto said: To the Lone Ranger theme Tune: To the dump, to the dump, to the dump, dump, dump TWELVE DAYS OF CAMPING
(Twelve Days Of Christmas)

On the first day of camping My leader gave to me A scrub brush for the latrine 2nd - two burned skillets 3rd - three logs to chop 4th - four cans of off 5th - five leaky buckets 6th - six stinky socks 7th - seven slimy sneakers

8th - eight rusty saws 9th - nine muddy boots 10th - ten burned fingers 11 Th. - eleven charred smokers 12th - twelve Excedrin headaches THE TWELVE DAYS OF SUMMER CAMP (TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS) On the first day of summer camp, my mommy sent to me A box of oatmeal cookies On the second day of summer camp, my mommy sent to me Two T-shirts And a box of oatmeal cookies Three pairs of sox . . Four woolen caps . . Five underpants . . Six postage stamps . . Seven nose warmers . . Eight BatMan comic books . . Nine bars of soap . . Ten Band-Aids . . Eleven shoestrings . . Twelve bottles of blood-sucking heliocopter repellent THE TWELVE DAYS OF SUMMER CAMP (TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS) On the first day of camping my family sent to me, A scrub brush for the latrine 2 warm blankets 3 bathing suits 4 flashlights 5 cans of off 6 candy bars 7 fluffy towels 8 clean t-shirts 9 bars of soap 10 Band-aids 11 postage stamps 12 rolls of quarters
TWELVE DAYS OF [SUMMER] CAMP (Twelve Days Of Christmas)

On the first day of [summer] camp my family sent to me, A PFD in a pine tree. 2 skinned knees 3 Bic pens 4 flashlights

5 bathing suits 6 bars of candy 7 missing dollars 8 counselors sleeping 9 pairs of skivvies 10 noisy chipmunks 11 lost swimmers 12 soggy towels
THE 12 DAYS OF SCOUTING (Twelve Days Of Christmas)

On the _____ day of scouting my council gave to me: (actions to go with the lyrics are in parentheses) A Promise and a Handshake (3 fingers up, handshake twice) 2 Girl Scout Pins (show your pins) 3 Girl Scout Calendars (show 3 calendars) 4 Program Goals (Announce one, each of the first 4 times through: 1) Developing Self Potential 2) Relating to Others 3) Developing Values 4) Contributing to Society After repeats, hold of four fingers) 5 New Friends 6 Complaining Parents (Hands on hips, sour face) 7 Calls at Dinner (hold up hand/fingers like talking on a telephone) 8 Kinds of Cookies (show cookie boxes or order card) 9 Games and Songs (sing 1st verse of favorite girl scout song first time through) 10 Hours of Training (snore!) 11 Important Papers (Roll of T.P.) 12 New Girl Scouts (Hand on forehead, "OH NO!!!")
The Twelve Months of Girl Scouts

In the first month of Girl Scouts, my leaders gave to me: A Girl Scout Registration Form

Two badges earned Three permission slips, Four service projects, Five DELICIOUS s'mores, Six patrol members, Seven new songs to sing, Eight Daisies to entertain Nine cases of cookies Ten bridging Brownies, Eleven patches to sew on, Twelve days to register again for next year, TWO LITTLE FLEAS (Auld Lang Syne) Two little fleas together sat They cried when one flea said "I've had no place to lay my head Since my old dog is dead I've traveled far from place to place And farther will I roam But the next old dog that shows his face Will be my home sweet home"
TZENA

Tzena, Tzena, Tzena, Tzena Can't you hear the music playing In____ the village square? Tzena, Tzena, Tzena, Tzena Can't you hear the music playing In____ the village square? Tzena, Tzena, join the celebration There'll be people there from evey nation Dawn will find us dancing in the sunlight Dancing in the village square UNDERNEATH THE FLYSHEET (Underneath the Arches) Underneath the flysheet we'll dream the night away Underneath the flysheet on stony ground we'll lay Ev'ry night you'll find us, wrapped up nice and warm Waiting till the birdsong comes cheeping Heralding the dawn We sleep out when it's raining, we sleep out when it's dry Stars overhead so high Rucksack for our pillow, we always want to stay Underneath the flysheet, we'll dream the night away

THE UNICORN

A long time ago when the earth was green There was more kinds of animals than you've ever seen They'd run around free while the ark was being born But the loveliest of them all was the unicorn There were green alligators and long-necked geese Some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees Some cats and rats and elephants but sure as you're born The loveliest of all was the unicorn Now God seen some sinnin' and it gave him pain And He says, "Stand back, I'm going to make it rain" He says, "Hey brother Noah, I'll tell you what to do Build me a floating zoo" "Take some of them green alligators and long-necked geese Some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees Some cats and rats and elephants, but sure as you're born Don't you forget my unicorn" Old Noah was there to answer the call He finished up making the ark just as the rain started fallin' He marched in the animals two by two And he called out as they went through "Hey Lord, I got You green alligators and long-necked geese Some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees Some cats and rats and elephants, but I'm so forlorn I just can't see no unicorn" Then Noah looked out through the driving rain Them unicorns were hiding, playing silly games Kicking and splashin' while the rain was pourin' Oh, them silly unicorns There were green alligators and long-necked geese some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees Noah cried, "Close the door 'cause the rain was pourin' And we just can't wait for no unicorn" The ark started movin' and it drifted with the tide Them unicorns looked up from the rocks and they cried And the waters came down and sort of floated them away That's why you never seen a unicorn to this very day You'll see some green alligators and long-necked geese some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees Some cats and rats and elephants but as sure as you're born You're never gonna see no unicorn
UP A LAZY RIVER

Up a lazy river by the old mill run That lazy, lazy river in the noonday sun Linger in the shade of a kind, old tree Throw away your troubles

Dream a dream with me Up a lazy river where the robins' song Awakes a bright new morning We can loaf along Blue skies up above, everyone's in love Up a lazy river, how happy you can be Up a lazy river, with me
UPWARD TRAIL

We're on the upward trail, we're on the upward trail Singing, singing, everybody singing, as we go We're on the upward trail, we're on the upward trail Singing, singing, everybody singing, Scouting bound VIVA LA MUSICA Viva viva La musica Viva viva viva La musica Viva la musica VINE AND FIG TREE And everyone . neath this vine and fig tree Shall live in peace and unafraid. [repeat]. And into plowshares turn their swords. Nations shall learn war no more. [repeat]
VIVE L'AMOUR

Let every good Scout now join in a song, Vive la compagnie Success to each other and pass it along. Vive la Compagnie Vive la, vive la, vive l'amour Vive la, vive la, vive l'amour Vive l'amour, vive l'amour Vive la compagnie Come all you good people and join in with me, Vive la compagnie And raise up your voices in close harmony. Vive la compagnie A friend on your left and a friend on your right, Vive la compagnie In love and good fellowship let us unite. Vive la compagnie With friends all around us, we'll sing out our song, Vive la compagnie We'll banish our troubles, it won't take us long. Vive la compagnie Now wider and wider our circle expands, Vive la compagnie We sing to our comrades in faraway lands. Vive la compagnie Should time or occasion compel us to part, Vive la compagnie These days shall forever enliven our heart. Vive la compagnie WADING

(Battle Hymn of the Republic) She waded in the water and she got her ankles wet She waded in the water and she got her ankles wet She waded in the water and she got her ankles wet But she didn't get her (clap, clap) wet Glory, glory, Hallelujah Glory, glory, Hallelujah Glory, glory, Hallelujah She didn't get her (clap, clap) wet, yet . . . knees . . . . . thighs . . She waded in the water and she finally got it wet She finally got her bathing suit wet WADDLE-LE-A-CHA Waddle-le-a-cha, Waddle-Ie-a-cha, Doodle-le-do, DoodIe-le-do , Waddle-le-a-cha, waddle-le-a-cha Doodle-Ie-do , doodle-le-do . Simplest thing, there's nothing much to it. All you have to do is doodle-le-do it. I like the rest, but the part 1 like the best Is the doodle-le, doodle-le-do TOOT TOOT
WAIT TILL THE SUN SHINES NELLIE

Wait 'till the sun shines, Nellie And the clouds go drifting by We will be happy, Nellie Don't you sigh Down Lover's Lane we'll wander Sweetheart, you and I Wait 'till the sun shines, Nellie Bye and Bye WALK, SHEPHERDESS, WALK WALK, SHEPHERDESS, WALK WALK, SHEPHERDESS, WALK Walk, shepherdess, walk, and I'll walk, tooWalk, shepardess, walk, and I'll walk,

too;Walk, shepardess, walk, and I'll walk, too; To find the ram with the ebony horn and the gold-footed ewe. The lamb with the fleece of silver, like summer sea foam; And the weather with the crystal bell that leads them all home. So, walk, shepherdess, walk, and I'll walk, too. And if we never find them, I shan't mind, shall you? WALK WITH ME (and be my friend) (CHORUS) Reach out your hand to me and do not be afraid Let your soul be free just like the wind Let me know your sorrows for I will understand Walk with me. And be my friend 1. When the daylight all around you Turns to dark and disappears All your dreams have left you And your one step shy of tears You've tried your best to make it But the world has passed you by Nothing seems to matter And you've lost your . will to try! CHORUS 2. You're my sister, you're my shadow You’re the world you're my best friend You show me all your rainbows And make sure mine never end And come tomorrow morning When were up and gone away Will your memories remind you Of the things we've done today.? CHORUS 3. If the world should end tomorrow Would you still be here with me For the future holds no promises And gives no guarantees If the night could last forever I would spend it all with you And the morning sun will find us As we start our day anew CHORUS WALK WITH ME (CHORUS) Walk with me and talk with me and

Say you'll be my friend. And together we’ll work out harmonies, On a road, that never ends. Although our roads are different, just Watch as they converge. We've got a job to do together, Our song, it must be heard. So CHORUS . .. Sisters for the summer, that's What the children say. 8ut little do they know when they go away, Our friendship, will never fade. So CHORUS When you're down, I'll build you up. And when you're up, I'll laugh with you. And together we’ll find a peace of mind, That only, true friends can find. So . CHORUS
WALLY ARCHER

Wally Archer, Wally Archer Do-bi-do-do, do-bi-do-do Wally Archer, Wally Archer Do-bi-do-do, do-bi-do-do Simplest thing there ain't much to it All you've got to do is do-bi-do-do it I like the rest but the part I like best goes Do-bi-do-do-bi-do-do__ ooo ooo
WALTZING MATILDA

Once a jolly swagman camped beside a billabong Under the shade of a coolibah tree And he sang as he sat and waited while his billy boiled Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? Waltzing Matilda, waltzing Matilda Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? And he sang as he sat and waited while his billy boiled Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? Down came a jumpbuck to drink at the billabong Up jumped the swagman and grabbed him with glee And he sang as he stowed that jumback in his tuckerbag Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? Up came the squatter, mounted on his thoroughbred Down came the troopers - one, two, three

"Where's that jolly jumpbuck you've got in your tuckerbag? You'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me Up jumped the swagman and sprang into the billabong "You'll never take me alive!", said he And his ghost may be heard as you pass beside that billabong Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me?
THE WANDERING FLY

There was a fly who wanted to roam So he packed his bags and left his home Across the road to the grocery store Where he landed on the ceiling and landed on the floor He landed on the sugar and he landed on the tea And if I'd been there he'd have landed on me WASHED UP (The Yellow Rose of Texas) Oh, the Yellow Rose of Texas And the man from Laramie Invited Davey Crockett to have a cup of tea. The tea was so delicious they had another cup And left poor Davey Crockett to do the washing up.
WATERLOO

Waterloo Waterloo where will you meet your Waterloo Every puppy has his stay, everybody has to fade Everybody has to meet his Waterloo Now old Adam was the first in history With an apple he was tempted and deceived His first fight was elbow made him take a bite And that's when Napoleon met his Waterloo Little General Napoleon of France Tried to conquer the world but lost his pants Met this beast along his Bonaparte retreat And that's when Napoleon met his Waterloo Now a fellar whose darlin' proved untrue Took her life but he lost his too Now he's laying where the little birdies sing And that's where Tom Dooley met his Waterloo
WAYFARER'S GRACE

For all the glory of the way For Thy protection, night and day For roof, tree, fire, and bed and board For friends and home, we thank Thee, Lord

WAY OVER THE IRISH SEA

When I was one, I had just begun The day I went to sea I climbed aboard a pirate ship and the captain said to me "We'll go this way, that way, forward and back Way over the Irish Sea A bottle of Coke to soothe my throat And that's the life for me Da, da, dum; da, da, dum . . When I was two, I tied my shoe . . When I was three, I bumped my knee . . When I was four, I shut the door . . When I was five, I was still alive . . When I was six, I gathered sticks . . When I was seven, I was almost in heaven . . When I was eight, I closed the gate . . When I was nine, I was feeling fine . . When I was ten, I started over again . . Suggested motions: "...climbed aboard..." as if climbing up the side of a ship "...the captain said..." give salute "We'll go..." bend at the waist; first left, right, forward, and back "...over the Irish Sea." make waves with hand "...bottle of coke..." as if chugging a soft drink "...to soothe my throat..." touch throat with hand "...that's the life..." slap knee and raise hand "...da, da, dum..." step forward, step back
WAY UP IN THE SKY

Way up in the sky (hands thrown up) The little birds fly (kentucky fried chicken wings) While down in the nest ('nest' in crook of elbow - point) The little birds rest (rest head on hands - 'sleeping') With a wing on the left ('flap' left arm then bring it behind) And a wing on the right (same on right) The little birds sleep All through the night (same sleeping action) Shhh! (whispered) They're SLEEPING! (shouted!) The bright sun comes up (throw hands up) The dew falls away (hands go down in stages like rain/dew going) Good morning! Good morning! (throw hands up at each 'good morning') the little birds say.
WE ARE CLIMBING JACOB'S LADDER

We are climbing Jacob's ladder; we are climbing Jacob's ladder We are climbing Jacob's ladder; won't you climb with me Every rung goes higher, higher; every rung goes higher, higher

Every rung goes higher, higher; won't you climb with me If you love God, why not serve him; if you love God, why not serve him If you love God, why not serve him; won't you climb with me Rise, shine, give God glory . . Variation We are climbing Scouting's ladder WE ARE THE GIRL SCOUTS We are the Girl Scouts, Let's give a cheer, Please have no doubts, We always will be near, With helping hands, We'll never say " no", Cause we're the pride & joy, Of our founder Daisy Low We're always here when you need us, Girl Friday’s all. When'er you hear us, . You'll hear friendships call. So give us a chance, And we'll tell you, What the shout is all about, We're the proud, True blue Girl Scouts. WE CHANGE THE WORLD [words & music by Melinda Caroll] (CHORUS) Change the world, come with me. Time to Let our dreams fly free. And it comes so easily. that is our way. Every moment we're alive, It's our love that will survive. In the GirI Scouts, together, We Change the World. Sisters of every color, friends from everywhere. We all make the difference. . When we show the world we care. The GirI Scouts are our family, And they show us what we can be. And, I believe, together We Change the World. CHORUS ln America, we have so much to give

To our sisters around the world Who are struggling just to live. Light the light and do our share, Reach out your hand and someone's there. And, I believe, together We Change the World. CHORUS EARING MY LONG, WINGED FEATHERS (round)WEARING MY LONG, WINGED FEATHERSWEARING MY LONG, WINGED FEATHERS Wearing my long, winged feathers as I fly,Wearing my long, winged feathers as I fly,Wearing my long, winged feathers as I fly, Wearing my long, winged feathers as I fly, I circle around, I circle around The boundaries of the Earth, the boundaries of the sky. THE WEEKEND (Battle Hymn of the Republic) I have seen the sky in darkness, I have seen it in the sun I have felt the rain upon me, I've enjoyed the snowy fun When the weather isn't cloudy or the wind it doesn't blow It isn't only raining, it's the weekend too, you know Glory, glory, it's the weekend! Glory, glory, it's the weekend! I can tell because it's raining and it's 42 below As we Scouts go marching on WE'RE ALL TOGETHER AGAIN We're all together again, we're here, we're here We're all together again, we're here, we're here And who knows when we'll be altogether again Singing all together again, we're here, we're here WE'RE GREAT We're great but no one knows it, No one knows it so far. Someday they'll realize how wonderful we are! They look at us, they stare at us and then they shout hooray! We're great but no one knows it 8ut they will some day! WE'RE HERE FOR FUN [tune: Auld Lang Syne]

We're here for fun right from the startSo drop your dignity. Just laugh and sing with all your heart And show your loyalty. May all your troubles be forgot Let this night be the best. Join in the song we sing tonight be happy with the rest!
WHAT A GRAND AND GLORIOUS FEELING

What a grand and glorious feeling, glorious feeling When the bells of peace are ringing, peace are ringing Peach on earth, peace on earth, peace on earth WHAT AM I GOING TO DO . 1. What am I going to wear when I get to camp, honey, honey. What am I going to wear when I get to camp, baby, baby What am I going to wear to camp Just run around Iike a bunch of tramps, honey, oh baby , of mine 2. How am I going to make that fire burn, honey , honey How am I going to make that fire burn baby, baby How am I going to make that fire burn Wish I had stopped to learn, honey, ob babe, of mine 3. What am I going to do when I have to cook, honey , honey . What am I going to do when I have to cook, baby, baby What am I going to do when I have to cook Wish I could read a book, honey, oh baby, of mine. 4. what am I going to do when the well runs dry , honey , honey What am I going to do when the well runs dry, baby, baby What am I going to do when the well runs dry Rather run away and hide, honey, oh baby, of mine 5. What am I going to do when it starts to rain, honey, honey What am I going to do when it starts to rain, baby , baby What am I going to do when it starts to rain . Crawl back in that sack again, honey, oh baby, of mine 6. (Sing very Slowly) What are we going to do when we get back home, honey , honey What are we going to do when we get back home, baby, baby What are we going to do when we get back home Where l'm no longer free to roam, honey, oh baby, of mine
WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH THE DRUNKEN SAILOR

What shall we do with the drunken sailor What shall we do with the drunken sailor

What shall we do with the drunken sailor Early in the morning Hoo-ray and up she rises Hoo-ray and up she rises Hoo-ray and up she rises Early in the morning Shake him take him try to wake him . . Give him lashings with a rope end . . Bathe his wounds with salty water . . Sling him in the long boat till he's sober . . Pull out the plug and wet him all over . . Put him below until he's sober . . Get a hose and wet him all over . . Shave his tummy with a rusty razor Send him up the crow's nest until he falls down Tie him to the taffrail when she's yardarm under That's what we'll do with the drunken sailor WHEELS ON THE BUS The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round, round and round. The wheels on the bus go round and round, all over town. [revolve hands] The money. on the bus goes clink clink cIink. clink clink clink, clink clink clink. The money on the bus goes clink clink clink, all over town. . [drop fare in box] The driver on the bus says, "Step to the rear", "Step to the rear". " Step to the rear". The driver on the bus says, "Step to the rear", all over town. [thumb indicates to move back] The people on the bus go yak yak yak, yak yak yak, yak yak yak. The people on the bus go yak yak yak all over town. [open hand halfway & quickly close] The cars in the traffic go honk honk honk, honk honk honk, honk honk honk. The cars in the traffic go honk honk honk all over town.

[pressing horn] WHENE'ER YOU MAKE A PROMISE Whene'er you make a promise Consider well its importance. And when made, Engrave it upon your heart.
WHEN I FIRST CAME TO THIS LAND

When I first came to this land I was not a wealthy man So I got myself a shack And I did all I could And I called my shack 'Break my back' But the land was sweet and good And I did all I could When I first came to this land I was not a wealthy man So I got myself a cow And I did all I could And I called my cow 'No milk now' And I called my shack 'Break my back' But the land was sweet and good And I did all I could Hen - 'Now and then' Donkey - 'Horse gone wonky' Wife - 'Run for your life' Son - 'My work's done' WHEN I FIRST CAME TO THIS PACK (When I First Came to this Land) When I first came to this Pack some equipment I did lack So I got myself a book, I did what I could And I called the book sneak a look But the kids were pretty good, so I did what I could Some wood - 'that looks good' Some string - 'just the thing' A ball - 'fun for all' A bat - 'just like that' Some card - 'they'll work hard'
WHEN I GROW TOO OLD TO DREAM

When I grow too old to dream, I'll have you to remember When I grow too old to dream, your love will live in my heart So hug me, my friend, and so let us part

And when I grow too old to dream, that hug will live in my heart
WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING

When Irish eyes are smiling, Sure it's like a morn in spring In the lilt of Irish laughter, You can hear the angels sing When Irish hearts are happy, All the world seems bright and gay And when Irish eyes are smiling, Sure they steal your heart away
WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG MAGGIE

I wandered today to the hill, Maggie To watch the scene below The creek and the creaking old mill, Maggie As we used to long ago The green grove is gone from the hill, Maggie Where first the daisies sprung! The creeking old mill is still, Maggie Since you and I were young WHEN YOU'RE SMILING When you're smiling, when you're smiling The whole world smiles with you When you're laughing, when you're laughing The sun comes shining through But when you're crying, you bring on the rain So stop your sighing, be happy again Keep on smiling, 'cause when you're smiling The whole world smiles with you WHERE HAS MY LITTLE DOG GONE Oh where, oh where has my little dog gone Oh where oh where can he be With his ears cut short and his tail cut long. Oh where oh where can he be WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE. Where have all the flowers gone Long time passing Where have all the flowers gone Long time ago . Where have all the flowers gone The girls have picked them every one Oh, When will you ever learn Oh, When will you ever learn Where have all the young girls gone Long time passing Where have all the young girls gone Long time ago

Where have all the young girls gone . They've taken husbands every one Oh, When will you ever learn Oh, When will you ever learn Where have all the young men gone Long time passing Where have all the young men gone Long time ago . Where have all the young men gone They're all in uniform Oh, When will you ever learn Oh, When will you ever learn
WHIFFENPOOF SONG

To the tables down at Morey's To the place where Louis dwells To that dear old Temple Bar, we love so well Sing the Whiffenpoofs assembled With their glasses raised on high And the magic of their singing cast a spell Yes the magic of their singing Of the songs we love so well Sing, "A waisting," and "Mauvaureen" and the rest We'll serenade our Louis While voice and life shall last Then we'll pass and be forgotten with the rest We are poor little lambs Who have gone astray Baa, Baa, Baa; We are little black sheep Who have gone astray Baa, Baa, Baa Gentlemen songsters off on a spree Doomed from here to eternity Lord have mercy on such as we Baa, Baa, Baa WHIPPOORWILL Gone to bed is the setting sun. * Night is falling and day is done. Whippoorwill, whippoorwill has just begun.
WHISPERING

Whispering while you cuddle near me Whispering so no one can hear me

Each little whisper seems to cheer me I know it's true there's no one dear, but you You're whispering why you'll never grieve me Whisper and say that you believe me Whispering that I love you
WHITE CORAL BELLS

White coral bells Upon slender stalk Lilies-of-the-valley Deck my garden walk Oh don't you wish That you could hear them ring? But that will only happen When the fairies sing WHITE LACY PANTS [tune: White Coral Bells] White lacy pants Upon the clothes line. Polka-dot pajamas, Oh! my gosh, they're mine! Oh don't you wish . That you could wear them too? That would only be If you were I & I were you. WHITE SANDS AND GREY SANDS White sands and grey sands.. Who will buy my white sands? Who will buy my grey sands? WHO'LL COME A-SCOUTING (Waltzing Matilda) Once a mighty soldier, beloved by his fellow men Under the shade of the flag of the free Took some youth and trained them Taught them to be brave and true Who'll come a-Scouting, a-Scouting with me Keep on a-working, never a-shirking Carry out the rules as you know them to be And we'll sing as we put our shoulders and our brains to work Who'll come a-Scouting, a-Scouting with me Soon the little band grew, swelling to great number Through other countries, one, two, three Then around the world it spread, stronger, ever stronger

Who'll come a-Scouting, a-Scouting with me Keep on praying, keep on saying If we work hard enough, then we'll stay free And we'll sing as we put our shoulders and our brains to work Who'll come a-Scouting, a-Scouting with me WHOOPING COUGH Way down south not so very far off the jaybird died of the whooping cough. He whooped so hard of the whooping cough that he whooped his head and his tail right off. Second verse, same as the first. a Iittle bit louder and a Iittle bit worse. WHY DO BUNNIES . Why do bunnies have bright shiney noses Do you know the answer my friend Why do bunnies have bright shiney noses Their powder puffs on the wrong end.
WILD ROVER

I've been as wild rover for many the year And I've spent all my money on whiskey and beer And now I'm returning with gold in great store And I never will play the wild rover no more And It's no, nay, never No, nay, never no more Will I play the wild rover No never no more I went into an ale house I used to frequent And I told the landlady my money was spent I asked her for credit, she answered me "nay Sure 'tis custom like yours I can get any day" I took out from my pocket 10 sovereigns bright And the landlady's eyes opened wide with delight She said "Sir, I have whiskey and wines of the best And the words I have spoke they were only in jest" I'll go home to my parents - confess what I've done And I'll ask them to pardon their prodigal son And than they'll caress me as oft times before And I never will play the wild rover no more WIGGLE-O We got our hand up high Our feet down low .

And that's the way we Wiggle-O Wiggle-O , Wiggle-O Hey, What? Hey,. Hey, . Uh? Huh.? Are you ready.? Sure! To Wiggle-O . Okay!
WINGS OF A DOVE

On the wings of a snow white dove Seasoned with your sweet love Assigned from above, on the wings of a dove; (wings of a dove) When troubles surround us, when e-e-vils come The body grows weak (body grows weak) The spirit grows numb (spirit grows numb) When these things beset us, He doesn't forget us He sends down His love (sends down His love) On the wings of a dove (wings of a dove) On the wings of a snow white dove He sends His pure, sweet love Assigned from above, ('signed from above) On the wings of a dove, (wings of a dove) When Noah had drifted on the floods many days He searched for land (he searched for land) In various ways (various ways) Troubles he had some, but wasn't forgotten He sent him His love (sent him His love) On the wings of a dove (wings of a dove) On the wings of a snow white dove He sent His pure, sweet love Assigned from above, on the wings of a dove (wings of a dove) On the wings of a dove WIZZ KINGS (We Three Kings) We three kings of Orient are, One in a taxi, One in a car, One in a scooter, Blowing his hooter, Smoking a big cigar. WOAD (Men of Harlech) What's the use of wearing braces ?

Vests and pants and boots with laces ? Spats and hats you buy in places Down the Brompton Road ? What's the use of shirts of cotton ? Studs that always get forgotten ? These affairs are simply rotten, Better far is woad. Woad's the stuff to show men. Woad to scare your foemen. Boil it to a brilliant hue And rub it on your back and your abdomen. Ancient Briton ne'er did hit on Anything as good as woad to fit on Neck or knees or where you sit on. Tailors you be blowed !! Romans came across the channel All dressed up in tin and flannel Half a pint of woad per man'll Dress us more than these. Saxons you can waste your stitches Building beds for bugs in britches We have woad to clothe us which is Not a nest for fleas Romans keep your armours. Saxons your pyjamas. Hairy coats were made for goats, Gorillas, yaks, retriever dogs and llamas Tramp up Snowdon with your woad on, Never mind if you get rained or blowed on Never want a button sewed on. Go it Ancient B's !!
WOODPECKER'S YELL

A man put his finger in a woodpecker's hole The woodpecker said "Why, bless my soul Take it out! Take it out! REMOVE IT!" He removed his finger from the woodpecker's hole The woodpecker said "Why, bless my soul Put it back! Put it back! REPLACE IT!" He replaced his finger in the woodpecker's hole The woodpecker said "Why, bless my soul Turn it round! Turn it round! ROTATE IT!" He rotated his finger in the woodpecker's hole The woodpecker said "Why, bless my soul Turn it back! Turn it back! REVERSE IT!"

THE WORLD SONG Our way is clear as we march on And see our flag on high It's never furled throughout the world For hope shall never die We must unite for what is right In friendship true and strong Until the earth In its rebirth Shall sing our song Shall sing our song WORLD'S TO EXPLORE There are so many worlds to explore There are so many worlds to explore All you need to do is open the door And let your spirit soar There's a world or yourself when your all alone There's a world of yourself when you're just at home There's a world of friends so true But there's a world of others too There's a world that is best, it's the out-of-doors. You can never tell just what's in store For there's beauty, rest and solitude That fills you full of gratitude The things that make the world so nice The birds and trees are just a slice And what people will sacrifice To make this world a paradise
THE WORMS CRAWL IN

Whenever you see a hearse go by, Oooh, ah, oooh, ah Remember, one day, you've got to die, Oooh, ah, oooh, ah They wrap you up in a clean white sheet, Oooh, ah, oooh, ah And drop your box down thirteen feet. Oooh, ah, oooh, ah All goes well for about a week ... And then the coffin begins to leak ... Your eyes fall in and your teeth fall out ... And maggots play ping-pong on your snout ...

Your fingers rot, and so do your toes ... Your brains come tumbling down your nose ... After a while your face turns green ... And pus pours out like clotted-cream ... The worms crawl in and the worms crawl out ... They go in thin and they come out stout ... So, whenever you see a hearse go by, Oooh, ah, oooh, ah Remember one day, you've got to die, Oooh, ah, oooh, ah How happy we shall be! WORMS (1) Nobody likes me, everybody hates me Think I'll go and eat worms Long thin skinny ones, short fat juicy ones See how they wriggle and squirm Bite their heads off, suck their juice out Throw their skins away You should see how well I thrive On worms three times a day WORMS (2) Nobody likes me, Everybody hates me! Iím gonna eat some worms, Chorus (Repeat after each verse) Long, slim slimey ones, Short, fat juicy ones Itsy, bitsy, fuzzy, wuzzy worms, First you get a bucket, Then you get a shovel Oh how they wiggle and squirm First you pull the heads off, Then you suck th guts out Oh how they wiggle and squirm Down goes the first one, Down goes the second one Oh how they wiggle and squirm Up comes the first one, Up comes the second one Oh how they wiggle and squirm Everybody likes me, Nobody hates me! Why did I eat those worms?

Chop up their heads and Squeeze out their juice And throw their tails away Nobody knows how I survive On worms three times a day! WORMS (3) Nobody likes me, everybody hates me I'm sitting in the garden eating Wo-o-o-rms Big fat juicy worms Slip slap slimy worms Fuzzy wuzzy wuzzy wuzzy worms First one was easy Second one was squeezy Third one got stuck in my throat Big fat juicy worms Slip slap slimy worms Fuzzy wuzzy wuzzy wuzzy worms Bite off their heads and Suck out their guts and Throw their skins awa-a-a-y Big fat juicy worms Slip slap slimy wormsBr Fuzzy wuzzy wuzzy wuzzy worms! WORMS (4) Nobody loves me, everybody hates me, Guess I'll go and eat worms, Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms. First you cut the heads off, then you suck the guts out Oh, how they wiggle and squirm, Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms. Wiggle goes the first one, goosh goes the second one, Sure don't wanna eat these worms, Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms. Down goes the first one, down goes the second one Sure hate the taste of these worms Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms. Nobody hates me, everybody likes me Never should've eaten those worms Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones,

Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms. Up comes the first one, up comes the second one Oh, how they squiggle and squirm Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms.
YANKEE DOODLE

Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding And there we saw the men and boys, as thick as hasty pudding There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion A-giving orders to his men, I guess there was a million And there I saw a cannon barrel as big as mother's basin And every time they touched it off they scampered like the nation
YANKEE DOODLE DANDY

I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy A Yankee Doodle, do or die A real live nephew of my uncle Sam's Born on the fourth of July I've got a Yankee Doodle sweetheart She's my Yankee Doodle joy Yankee Doodle came to London Just to ride the ponies I am a Yankee Doodle boy YONDER LIES THE WORLD BEFORE US 1. Yonder lies the world before us Land and sea and lofty mountains Powerful wings unfold and bear us O'er the earth and all its fountains Sister guides hard is the toil that waits us We must strive all the world to leaven Tho the sky be dark with storm clouds We will put our trust in heaven (CHORUS) Our noble standard the golden trefoil We'll proudly raise to heaven above We'll face the future with joy end courage And build a new world with our love. 2. Glorious songs awake and banish Sleep, for we too long have slumbered . Right shall triumph, wrong shall vanish

And the days of wrath are numbered Sister guides, ours is now the task to greet it Greet the day now to us so fast returning O'er the earth's dark rim the rays strike In the east the clouds are burning CHORUS 3. Truth alone shall be our duty And with joy are hearts are ringing We will fill the world with beauty We will fill the world with singing Sister Guides. rise, for now the Lord hath called us To go forth joyfully to build his dwelling Let us rouse the weary hearted To a glory past all telling. CHORUS
YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE

The other night, dear, As I lay sleeping I dreamt I held you in my arms When I awoke, dear, I was mistaken And hung my head and cryed You are my sunshine, my only sunshine You make me happy, when skies are gray You'll never know dear, how much I love you Please don't take my sunshine away I'll always love you and make you happy If you will only love me too But if you leave me to love another You'll regret it all some day YOU CAN DIG MY GRAVE (WITH A SILVER SPADE) You can dig my grave with a silver spade You can dig my grave with a silver spade You can dig my grave with a silver spade 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer There's a long white robe up in heaven for me There's a long white robe up in heaven for me There's a long white robe up in heaven for me 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer There's a starry crown up in heaven for me There's a starry crown up in heaven for me There's a starry crown up in heaven for me 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer

There's a pair of wings up in heaven for me There's a pair of wings up in heaven for me There's a pair of wings up in heaven for me 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer There's a golden harp up in heaven for me There's a golden harp up in heaven for me There's a golden harp up in heaven for me 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer You just pluck one string and the whole heavens ring You just pluck one string and the whole heavens ring You just pluck one string and the whole heavens ring 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer YOU GOTTA SING 1. You gotta sing when the spirit says sing You gotta sing when the spirit says sing When the spirit says sing, you gotta sing right along You gotta sing when the spirit says sing 2. You gotta shout... 3. You gotta play... 4. You gotta hum... 5. You gotta sing...
YOU'LL NEVER GO TO HEAVEN

Leader: Oh the Deacon went down Response: Oh the Deacon went down Leader: To the cellar to pray Response: To the cellar to pray Leader: The lights went out Response: The lights went out Leader: And he stayed all day Response: And he stayed all day
All:

Oh the Deacon went down to the cellar to pray The lights went out and he stayed all day I ain’t gonna grieve my lord no more, no more I ain’t gonna grieve my lord I ain’t gonna grieve my lord I ain’t gonna grieve my lord no more You'll never go to heaven in an old Ford car 'Cos an old Ford car won't get that far You'll never go to heaven in a ping pong ball 'Cos a ping pong ball is much too small You'll never go to heaven in a limousine

'Cos the lord aint go no gasoline You'll never go to heaven in a Sabre Jet 'Cos the lord aint go no runways yet You'll never go to heaven in a Girl Guides arms 'Cos the lord don't want those faminine charms You'll never go to heaven in a rocking chair 'Cos the lord don't want no rockers there You'll never go to heaven in a wicker chair 'Cos the lord dont want no baskets there You'll never go to heaven in a biscuit tin 'Cos a biscuit tin's got biscuits in You'll never go to heaven in a apple tree 'Cos an apple trees got roots you see You'll never get to heaven on roller skates You'd slip right by them Pearly Gates You'll never get to heaven in your girlfriend's bra 'Cos your girlfriends bra don't stretch that far You'll never get to heaven on a plate of glass 'Cos a plate of glass gonna cut your leg You'll never get to heaven in a limousine 'Cos the Lord don't sell no gasoline You'll never get to heaven on Richard's bike 'Cos you'll get halfway, then you'll have to hike You'll never get to heaven in Mike's car 'Cos Mike's car stops at every bar You'll never get to heaven with a bottle of gin 'Cos St Peter don't let them spirits in You'll never get to heaven in Ivor's pants 'Cos Ivor's pants are full of ants You'll never get to heaven, on water skis 'Cos the angels don't like hairy knees Oh you can't get to heaven with powder and paint 'Cos it makes you look like what you ain't Oh you can't get to heaven in a strapless gown ''Cos a strapless gown thing might fall right down Oh you can't chew terbaccy on the golden shore 'Cos the Lord don't have no cuspidor Oh I want to go to heaven, and I want to do it right So I'll go up to heaven all dressed in white Oh one fine day, and it won't be long You'll look for me, and I'll be gone And if you get to heaven before I do Just drill a hole and pull me through But if I get to heaven before you do I'll drill a hole and spit on you Well if I get to heaven, before you do

I'll plug that hole, with shavings and glue That's all there is, there is no more St Peter said, as he shut the door Oh there's one more thing I forgot to tell If you don't go to heaven, you'll go to...bed And that's the end, St. Peter said As he closed the gates, And went to bed
Alternative Chorus (1)

I ain't gonna grieve (i-eve-i-eve) my Lord no more I ain't gonna drink I ain't gonna swear I ain't gonna... Ooh, I wouldn't dare! I ain't gonna grieve (i-eve-i-eve) my Lord no more, any more
Alternative Chorus (2)

I ain't gonna grieve (i-eve-i-eve) my Lord no more I ain't gonna grieve I ain't gonna worry I ain't gonna leave my Lord in a hurry I ain't gonna grieve (i-eve-i-eve) my Lord no more, any more
YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU

You made me love you, I didn't wanna do it I didn't wanna do it You made me want you, and all the time you knew it I guess you always knew it You made me happy sometimes, you made me glad But there were times dear You made me feel so bad You made me sigh for, I didn't wanna tell you I didn't wanna tell you I want some love that's true Yes, I do, Deed I do, You know I do Gimme, gimme, what I cry for You know you got the brand of kisses That I die for You know you made me love you
YOU MUST HAVE BEEN A BEAUTIFUL BABY

You must have been a beautiful baby You must have been a beautiful child When you were only startin' to go to kindergarten I bet you drove the little boys wild And when it came to winning blue ribbons You must have shown the other kids how I can see the judges eyes as they handed you the prize I bet you made the cutest bow Oh, you must have been a beautiful baby

'Cause baby, look at you now
YOU TELL ME YOUR DREAM

You had a dream Well, I had one too I know mine's best 'Cause it was of you Come, sweetheart, tell me Now is the time You tell me your dream I'll tell you mine ZUM GALl GALl Zum gali gali gali, Zum gali gali Zum gali gali gali, Zum gaIi gaIi Hachalutz Ie man avodah, Avodah Ie man hechaIutz About A Quarter To Nine The stars are gonna twinkle and shine This evening about a quarter to nine My lovin' arms are gonna tenderly twine Around you around a quarter to nine I know I won't be late 'Cause at half pat eight I'm gonna hurry there I'll be waiting there the lane begins Waiting for you on needles and pins And then the world is gonna be mine This evening about a quarter to nine After Cubs/Brownies (After the Ball was Over) After the meeting's over After the Cubs/Brownies have gone After two hours of screaming After your voice is done Many a Leader's wilting And you can hear them all Sigh now the Cubs/Brownies have vanished Outside the hall
After the Ball was Over

After the ball was over After the break of morn After the dancers' leaving After the stars are gone Many a heart is aching

If you could read them all Many the hopes that have vanished After the ball After the Ball was Over (2) After the ball was over Nellie took out her glass eye Put her false teeth in water Corked up her bottle of dye Put her false leg in the corner Hung up her wig on the door And all that is left goes to bye byes After the ball
A Hot Time In the Old Town Tonight

When you hear dem bells go ding, aling, aling All join 'round and sweetly you must sing And when the verse am through, in the chorus all join in There'll be a hot time in the old town tonight
Ain't She Sweet?

Ain't she sweet? See her coming down the street! Now I ask you very confidentially, ain't she sweet? Ain't she nice? Look her over once or twice Now I ask you very confidentially, ain't she nice? Just cast an eye in her direction Oh, me! Oh, my! Ain't that perfection? I repeat, don't you think she's kind of neat? And I ask you very confidentially, ain't she sweet?
Alexander's Ragtime Band

Come on and here, come on and hear Alexander's Ragtime Band Come on and hear, come on and hear, it's the best band in the land They can play a bugle call like you never heard before So natural that you want to go to war That's the bestest band what am, my honey lamb Come on along, come on along, let me take you by the hand Up to the man, up to the man, who's the leader of the band And if you care to hear the Swanee River played in ragtime Come on and hear, come on and hear, Alexander's Ragtime Band
Alice the Camel

Alice the camel's got five humps Alice the camel's got five humps Alice the camel's got five humps So go Alice go, boom, boom, boom Alice the camel's got four humps...

Etc until

Alice the camel's got no humps... So Alice is a horse
Allelu

Allelu, allelu, allelu, alleluia Praise ye the Lord Allelu, allelu, allelu, alleluia Praise ye the Lord Praise ye the Lord, alleluia Praise ye the Lord, alleluia Praise ye the Lord, alleluia Praise ye the Lord
All Night, All Day

All night, all day Angels watching over me, my Lord All night, all day Angels watching over me Now I lay me down to sleep Angels watching over me, my Lord Pray the Lord my soul to keep Angels watching over me If I die before I wake Angels watching over me, my Lord Pray the Lord my soul to take Angels watching over me If I live forever and a day Angels watching over me my Lord Pray the Lord guard me always Angels watching over me
All Things Shall Perish

All things shall perish from under the sky All things shall perish from under the sky Music alone shall live Music alone shall live Music alone shall live Never to die
All Through the Night

Sleep, my child, and peace attend thee All through the night Guardian angels God will send thee All through the night Soft the drowsy hours are creeping Hill and vale in slumber sleeping

I my loving vigil keeping All through the night While the moon her watch is keeping All through the night While the weary world is sleeping All through the night O'er thy spirit gently stealing Visions of delight revealing Breathes a pure and holy feeling All through the night Though I roam a minstrel lonely All through the night My true harp shall praise thee only All through the night Love's young dream, alas! is over Yet my strains of love shall hover Near the presence of my lover All through the night Hark! A solemn bell is ringing Clear through the night Thou, my love, art heav'nward winging Home through the night Earthly dust from off the shaken Soul immortal shalt not waken With thy last dim journey taken Home through the night
Alouette

Alouette, gentille alouette Alouette, je te plumerai Je te plumerai la tete, Je te plumerai la tete Et la tete, Et la tete Alouette, Alouette Oh alouette, gentille alouette Alouette, je te plumerai
Continue with:

le bas, le front, le dos, les yeux, les jambes, le nez, les pieds, les dents, les pattes, la barbe, le cou.
Alouettesky

Alouettesky, gentille alouettesky Alouettesky, je te plumerai, HEY! Gentille plumerai la tetsky, Gentille plumerai la tetsky Et la tetsky, Et la tetsky Alouettesky, Alouettesky Oh, alouettesky, gentille alouettesky Alouettesky, je te plumerai, HEY!

Continue with:

les yeuzauitch, la nezakoff, la boucheka, les knees-a-knock-a-nitch
Amazing Grace

Amazing grace! how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me! I once was lost, but now am found Was blind but now I see Twas grace that taught my heart to fear And grace my fears relieved How precious did that grace appear The hour I first believed Through many dangers, toils and snares I have already come Tis grace hath brought me safe thus far and grace will lead me home When we've been there ten thousand years bright shining as the sun We've no less days to sing God's Praise than when we first begun Amazing grace has set me free To touch, to taste, to feel The wonders of accepting love Have made me whole and real
Animal Fair

I went to the animal fair The birds and the beasts were there The big baboon by the light of the moon Was combing his auburn hair The monkey fell out of his bunk, (clap) Slid down the elephant's trunk, weeeee The elephant sneezed and fell on his knees And what became of the monkey, monkey . . . .
Apple Blossom Time

I'll be with you in apple blossom time I'll be with you to change your name to mine Some day in May, I'll come back and say Happy the bride the sun shines on today What a wonderful wedding there will be What a wonderful day for you and me Church bells will chime, you will be mine In apple blossom time
A Ram Sam Sam

A ram sam sam, A ram sam sam Gooli gooli gooli gooli gooli ram sam sam

A ram sam sam, A ram sam sam Gooli gooli gooli gooli gooli ram sam sam A ra-vi A ra-vi, gooli gooli gooli gooli gooli ram sam sam A ra-vi A ra-vi, gooli gooli gooli gooli gooli ram sam sam
Are You Pink and Green

Are you pink and green? Are you totally obscene? Can you pick your nose With your stubby little toes? Do your armpits smell? Are you hairy there as well? Do your teeth fall out? Does your belly button gleam? Does it let off purple steam? Is your earwax foul? Does your stomach groan and growl? Are your hands like jelly? Do they wobble like your belly? Do you look like me?
Auld Lang Syne

Should old acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? Should old acquaintance be forgot, in days of auld lang syne? For auld lang syne, my dear, for auld lang syne We'll take a cup of kindness yet, for auld lang syne And here's a hand, my trusty friend, and give's a hand of thine We'll take a cup of kindness yet, for auld lang syne
Aunt Rhody

Go tell Aunt Rhody, go tell Aunt Rhody, Go tell Aunt Rhody, the old grey goose is dead! The one she's been saving, the one she's been saving, The one she's been saving to make a feather bed! Go tell Aunt Rhody, go tell Aunt Rhody, Go tell Aunt Rhody, the old grey goose is dead! She died in the millpond, she died in the millpond, She died in the millpond from standing on her head! Go tell Aunt Rhody, go tell Aunt Rhody, Go tell Aunt Rhody, the old grey goose is dead! The goslings are mourning, the goslings are mourning, The goslings are mourning because their mother's dead! Go tell Aunt Rhody, go tell Aunt Rhody, Go tell Aunt Rhody, the old grey goose is dead! The old gander's weeping, the old gander's weeping, The old gander's weeping because his mate is dead!

Avalon

I found my love in Avalon, beside the bay I left my love in Avalon, and sailed away I dream of her and Avalon, from dusk till dawn And so I think I'll travel on to Avalon
A Woman Stood by the Churchyard Wall

A woman stood by the churchyard wall Ooh__________ Ahh__________ The woman she was gaunt and tall Ooh__________ Ahh__________ A corpse was being carried in Ooh__________ Ahh__________ The corpse was very pale and thin Ooh__________ Ahh__________ The worms crawled in and the worms crawled out Ooh__________ Ahh__________ In at the nose and out of the snout Ooh__________ Ahh__________ The woman to the corpse said: Ooh__________ Ahh__________ "Shall I be like that when I am dead?" Ooh__________ Ahh__________ The corpse answered with a groan: SHRIEK!!!
A Young Austrian

A young Austrian went yodelling on the mountain so high When along came a cuckoo bird, interrupting his cry, yodel-ley-de Yodel-ley-de, Yodel-ley-de, cuckoo, cuckoo Yodel-ley-de, Yodel-ley-de, cuckoo, cuckoo Yodel-ley-de-o St. Bernard dog . . . Hahh, hahh (pant) Grizzly bear . . . Ahhh (fierce noise) Milking cow . . . Schhh (milking sound) Pretty maid . . . Kiss, kiss (kiss hand) Her mother . . . Ahh (scream) Her father . . . BANG!
A, You're Adorable

A - You're adorable B - You're so beautiful C - You're a cutie full of charms D - You're a darling, and E - You're exciting, and F - You're a feather in my arms

G - You look so good to me H - You're so heavenly I - You're the one I idolise J - We're like Jack and Jill K - You're so kissable L - Is the lovelight in your eyes M, N, O, P - I could go on all day Q, R, S, T - Alphabetically speaking, you're OK U - Make my life complete V - Means you're very sweet W, X, Y, Z - It's fun to wander through The alphabet with you To tell you what you mean to me!
Baby Bumble Bee

I've got a little baby bumble bee (cup hands) Won't my mummy be surprised at me I've got a little baby bumble bee Oo, ee, the bee stung me I'm squashing up my baby bumblebee (squash hands) Won't my mummy be surprised at me I'm squashing up my baby bumblebee Oo, ee, I'm all sticky I'm licking up my baby bumblebee (lick hands) Won't my mummy be surprised at me I'm licking up my baby bumblebee Oo, ee, the bee's in me I'm bringing up my baby bumblebee (be sick on 'bring') Won't my mummy be surprised at me I'm bringing up my baby bumblebee Oo, ee, there's my bee I'm digging up my baby bumblebee (digging action) Won't my mummy be surprised at me I'm digging up my baby bumblebee Oo, ee, there's no more bee!
Baby Face

Baby face You've got the cutest little baby face There's not another one can take your place Baby face My poor heart is jumpin' You sure have started somethin' Baby face I'm up in Heaven when I'm in your fond embrace I didn't need a shove 'Cause I just fell in love

With your pretty baby face
Ballin' the Jack

First you put your two knees close up tight Then you swing them to the left And you swing them to the right Step around the floor kind of nice and light And then you twist around and twist around With all of your might Stretch your lovin' arms way out in space You do the Eagle Rock with style and grace You put your left foot out and bring it back Now you're doing Ballin' the Jack
Bananas, Coconuts and Grapes

I like bananas, coconuts and grapes I like bananas, coconuts and grapes I like bananas, coconuts and grapes That's why they call me: TARZAN OF THE APES!
Sing three or four times: the first time loudly; the second time softly (except for the "Tarzan" part); the third time, whisper all but the "Tarzan" part; the last time, no one makes a sound until all shout in unison, 'TARZAN . . . .' Barges

Out of my window looking in the night I can see the barges' flickering light Silently flows the river to the sea And the barges too go silently Barges I would like to go with you I would like to sail the ocean blue Barges have you treasures in your hold? Do you fight with pirates brave and bold? Away from my window on into the night I will watch til they are out of sight Taking their cargo far across the sea I wish that someday they'd take me How my heart longs to sail away with you As you sail across the ocean blue But I must stay beside my ocean clear As I watch you sail away from here Out of my window looking in the night I can see the barges' flickering light Starboard shines green and port is glowing red You can see them flickering far ahead
Beautiful Dreamer

Beautiful dreamer, wake unto me Starlight and dewdrops are waiting for thee

Sounds of the rude world heard in the day Lulled by the moonlight, have all passed away Beautiful dreamer, queen of my song List while I woo thee with soft melody Gone are the cares of life's busy throng Beautiful dreamer, awake unto me! Beautiful dreamer, awake unto me! Beaver One, Beaver All (Chant)
Beaver Teeth: the first two fingers of each hand rather like 'quotes in the air', while making the 'beaver sound' - a kind of click with tongue/teeth - like calling a cat (!) but that's the best way to explain it - similar to 'tut, tut' sound that you make to reprimand someone... to the rhythm 'sssl' (s=short l=long) like 'a ram sam sam' rhythm

Beaver one, beaver all, let's all do the beaver call! Beaver teeth left then right twice. Beaver two, beaver three, let's all climb the beaver tree! Beaver teeth climbing up in the air. Beaver four, Beaver five, let's all do the beaver jive! Beaver teeth - one hand forward, one back then swap (do a 'jive'!) Beaver six, Beaver seven, let's all go to beaver heaven! Beaver teeth above head. Beaver eight, Beaver nine, stop hand forward in stop sign! It's beaver time! Beaver teeth in clockwise circle in front of you Beaver nine, Beaver ten, Let's all do this song again!
(Substitute 'not' for 'all' when you can't take any more!) Be Kind to Your Web Footed Friends

Be kind to your web-footed friends For a duck may be somebody's mother Who lives all alone in a swamp Where it's very cold and damp You might think that this is the end Well it's not caus' I know another stanza Be kind to your web-footed friends For that cop may be Dick Tracy's brother Who lives all alone on the beat On a dark and dingy street You might think that this is the end Well, Why not!
Bells of St. Mary's

The bells of St. Mary's, I hear they are calling The young loves, the true loves, who come from the sea And so my beloved, when red leaves are falling The love bells shall ring out, ring out, for you and me Be Prepared (Tom Lehrer) Be prepared! That's the Boy Scout's marching song Be prepared! As through life you march along

Be prepared to hold your liquor pretty well Don't write naughty words on walls if you can't spell Be prepared! To hide that pack of cigarettes Don't make book if you cannot cover bets Keep that pot hidden where you're sure that it will not be found And be careful not to turn on when the scoutmaster's around For he only will insist that it be shared Be prepared! Be prepared! That's the Boy Scouts' solemn creed Be prepared! And be clean in word and deed Don't solicit for your sister, that's not nice Unless you get a good percentage of the price Be prepared! And be careful not to do Your good deeds when there's no one watching you If you're looking for adventure of a new and different kind And you come across a Girl Scout who is similarly inclined Don't be nervous, don't be flustered, don't be scared Be prepared!
Beyond the Blue Horizon

Beyond the blue horizon Waits a beautiful day Goodbye to things that bore me Joy is waiting for me I see a new horizon My life has only begun Beyond the blue horizon Like a setting sun
Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home

Won't you come home, Bill Bailey - Won't you come home? She moans the whole day long I'll do the cooking, honey, I'll pay the rent I know I've done you wrong Remember that rainy evening I threw you out With nothing but a fine tooth comb? I know I'm to blame, well, ain't that a shame? Bill Bailey, won't you please come home?
Bill Grogan's Goat

Bill Grogan's goat (echo - was feeling fine) Ate two red shirts (echo - right off the line) I took a stick, gave him whack And tied him to a railroad track The whistle blew, the train grew nigh Now that poor goat was doomed to die He gave a shriek of mortal pain

Coughed up that shirt, flagged down train
BINGO

There was a man who had a dog And Bingo was his name O There was a man who had a dog And Bingo was his name O B.I.N.G.O. B.I.N.G.O. B.I.N.G.O. And Bingo was his name O
Birdy

Early in the morning (echo) When I'm fast asleep (echo) I hear a little birdy That goes cheep cheep Now this little birdy Has a funny name It... was... Auga flauga feega flooga,ishga nauga neega nooga auga flauga feega flooga birdy
Birth of the Blues

They heard the breeze in the trees Singing weird melodies And they made that The start of the Blues And from a jail came the wail Of a downhearted frail And they played that As part of the Blues From a whippoorwill out on a hill They took a new note Pushed it through a horn 'Til it was worn Into a blue note And then they nursed it Rehearsed it And gave out the news That the southland gave birth to the Blues
Blackcrow's Spirit

Blackcrow's spirit in the happy hunting ground Blackcrow's spirit in the happy hunting ground Blackcrow's spirit in the happy hunting ground But he's ever so far away Hia Hia Hiawatha Mini Mini Mini Ha Ha

Hia Hia Hiawatha But he's ever so far away
Black Socks

Black socks, they never get dirty The more that you wear them, the stronger they get Someday, I think I will change them But something inside me keeps saying not yet, not yet, not yet . . .
(Typically sung as a round) Black Velvet Band

Her eyes they shine like the diamonds You'd think she was Queen of the land And her hair hung over her shoulder Tied up with a black velvet band As I went walking on Broadway Not tending to stay very long I met with a quarrelsome damsel As she came tripping along And what she pulled out of her pocket And slipped right into my hand On the very first day that I met her Bad luck to her black velvet band Bless This House (Eidelweiss) Bless this house, bless this bread Come oh Lord and sit with us May our hearts grow with peace Come with your love and surround us Friendship and love may they bloom and grow Bloom and grow forever Bless our friends, bless us all Bless all [ . . . ] Scouts forever
Blow the Man Down

As I was a-walking down Paradise Street Way! Hey! Blow the man down! A pretty young damsel I chanced for to meet Give me some time to blow the man down Says she to me "Will you stand a treat?" Way! Hey! Blow the man down! "Delighted," says I, "For a charmer so sweet" Give me some time to blow the man down!
Blow, Ye Winds

Oh, a ship was all rigg'd and ready for sea And all of her sailors were fishes to be.

So, blow ye winds westerly, westerly blow We're bound for the south'ard, so steady she goes Oh, first came the herring, the kind of the sea He jumped on the poop, "I'll be captain," said he The next was a flat fish, they call him the skate: "If you be the captain, why, sure, I'm the mate" The next came the hake, as black as a rook Says he, "I'm no sailor, I'll ship as the cook" The next came the shark, with his two rows of teeth: "Cook mind the cabbage, and I'll mind the beef" And then came the codfish, with his chuckle head He jumped in the chains, began heaving the lead The next came the flounder, as flat as the ground: "Damn your eyes, chuckhead, mind how you sound" The next comes the mack'rel with his striped back He jumped to the waist for to board the main tack And then came the sprat, the smallest of all He jumped on the poop, and cried, "Main topsail haul!"
Blue Skies

Blue skies smiling at me Nothing but blue skies do I see Bluebirds singing a song Nothing but blue skies all day long Never saw the sun shining so bright Never saw things going so right Noticing the days hurrying by When you're in love, my how they fly Blue days, all of them gone Nothing but blue skies from now on
Blue-tail Fly

When I was young and used to wait On master and hand him his plate Pass down the bottle when he got dry And brush away the Blue-Tail fly Jimmy crack corn and I don't care Jimmy crack corn and I don't care Jimmy crack corn and I don't care My master's gone away And when he rode in the afternoon I follow with a hick'ry broom The pony being very shy When bitten by the Blue-Tail fly One day he rode around the farm The flies so numerous they did swarm One chanced to bite him on the thigh

The devil take that Blue-Tail fly The pony ran, he jumped, he pitched He threw my master in the ditch He died, the jury wondered why The verdict was the Blue-Tail fly They laid him under a 'Simon' tree His epitaph is there to see "Beneath this stone I'm forced to lie A victim of the Blue-Tail fly"
Boa-constrictor

I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor And I don't like it one little bit Oh, no, he's got my toe O gee, O gee, he's up to my knee Oh, my, Oh, my, he's reached my thigh O fiddle, O fiddle, he's at my middle Oh heck, Oh heck, he's up to my neck O dread, O dread, He's got my GULP!!!
Boom Boom

Boom boom but it's great to be crazy Boom boom but it's great to be crazy Giddy and foolish all day long Boom boom but it's great to be crazy Way down south where bananas grow A flea stepped on an elephant’s toe The elephant cried, with tears in his eyes Pick on someone your own size A horse and a flea and three blind mice Sat on a curb stone shooting dice The horse fell off and sat on the flea Whoops! said the flea, there's a horse on me Elliah, Elliah, he sells socks, ten cents a pair A dollar a box, the longer you wear 'em The stronger they get Put 'em in the water and they don't get wet A man bought a pair of combination underwear Wore them nine months without any care Wore them nine months without hesitation Couldn't get them off, 'cause he lost the combination
Boom-Chicka-Boom

I says a-boom-chicka-boom! I says a-boom-chicka-boom! (Group echoes) I says a-boom-chicka-rocka-chicka-rocka-chicka-boom!(Group echoes)

Uh-huh! (Group echoes) Oh Yeah! (Group echoes) One more time! (Group echoes) A little . . . . LOUDER! (Group echoes) Each time a leader adds a different variation such as: QUIETER, POSHER
Bottle of Pop

One bottle of pop, two bottles of pop Three bottles of pop, four bottles of pop Five bottles of pop, six bottles of pop Seven, seven, bottles of pop, pop!
B-P Spirit

I've got that B-P spirit Right in my head Right in my head Right in my head I've got that B-P spirit right in my head Right in my head to stay Other Verses: Deep in my heart All round my feet All over me
Bravo Bravissimo

Bravo, Bravo, Bravo, Bravissimo Bravo, Bravo, Jolly well done Bravo, Bravissimo Bravo, Bravissimo Bravo, Bravissimo, Jolly well done
Breton Fisherman's Prayer

Protect me O Lord for my boat is so small Protect me O Lord for my boat is so small My boat is so small and your sea is so wide Protect me O Lord
Bringing Mary Home

I was driving down a lonely road a dark and stormy night When a little girl by the roadside showed up in my headlights I stopped and she got in the back and in a shakey tone She said my name is Mary please won't you take me home? She must have been so frightened all alone there in the night There was something strange about her cause her face was deathly white She sat so pale and quiet in the back seat all alone I never will forget the night I took Mary home

I pulled into the driveway where she told me to go Got out to help her from the car and opened up the door But I just could not believe my eyes the back seat it was bare I looked all around the car but Mary wasn't there A light shone from the porch someone opened the door As I walked toward the house I wondered more and more What happened to the little girl so frightened and forlorn Could I have just been dreaming bringing Mary home? I walked up to the lady who was standing in the door And asked about the little girl that I was looking for She gently smiled and with her hand she brushed a tear away And said it sure was nice of you to go out of your way But thirteen years ago today in a wreck just down the road Our darling Mary lost her life and we still miss her so Thank you for your troubles and the kindness you have shown You're the thirteenth one who's been here bringing Mary home Bunkum (My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean) Now Gavin inspected the Eagles And afterwards mentioned to me "Their campsite is utterly spotless" It sounded like bunkum to me Now Craig went to Boks for supper He said you make jolly good tea They said "It's not tea Craig it's soup Craig" It tasted like bunkum you see The Scouters are terribly hunky Their SWAT team is scary to see The women are flocking around them It all sounds like bunkum to me The PLs were sweating and slaving To dig a new lavatory The Scouts kept on filling the old ones They're all full of bunkum you see
Bye Bye Blackbird

Pack up all my cares and woe Here I go, singing low Bye bye blackbird Where somebody waits for me Sugar's sweet, so is she Bye bye blackbird No one here can love and understand me Oh, what hard luck stories they all hand me Make my bed and light the light I'll arrive late tonight Blackbird, bye bye

By the Light of My Scout Flashlight

(By the Light of the Silvery Moon) By the light of my Scout flashlight Wish I could see, what it was that just bit my knee Batteries, why-y did you fail me? The chance is slim, the chance is slight I can last through the night, with my Scout flashlight
By the Light of the Silvery Moon

By the light of the silvery moon I want to spoon To my honey I'll croon love's tune Honey moon, keep a-shining in June Your silvery beams will bring love dreams We'll be cuddling soon By the silvery moon
California Here I Come

California here I come Right back where I started from Where towers of flowers bloom in the sun Each morning at dawning Birdies sing and everything A sunkissed miss said, "Don't be late" That's why I can hardly wait Open up that golden gate California, here I come Camp Arnold Song (You're a Grand Old Flag) You're a grand old camp, you're a wonderful camp And you always and always will be When we're here with you, our dreams come true Camp Arnold we're faithful to thee We have watched you grow, we have told you hello And we never will say goodbye Our hearts are true, we're all for you Camp Arnold will never die -- Hey! (You might want to substitute your favourite camp here)
Campfires Burning

Campfires burning, campfires burning Draw nearer, draw nearer In the gloaming, in the gloaming Come sing and be merry Camping (1) (Daisy)

Camping, camping, that's what we like to do Ev'ry summer, we're off for a week or two We never mind the weather As long as we're together But we don't approve of no room to move In a hike-tent that's built for two Camping (2) (Strolling) When we're camping, just camping In the warmth of the summer air We don't envy the rich, in their caravanettes For a caravan is cheating With hot water and central heating When we're camping, just camping With the light of the moon above Every summer you will find us With our city life behind us When were camping out that's what we love
Camptown Races

De camptown ladies sing dis song, Doo-da, doo-da De camptown racetrack five miles long, Oh! Doo-da! Day! I come down dah wad my hat caved in, Doo-da, doo-da I go back home wad a pocket full of tin, Oh! Doo-da! Day! Wine to run all nice, wine to run all day! I'll bet my money on de bob tail nag Somebody bet on de bay De long tail filly and de big black hoss De fly de track and dey both cut across De blind hoss stickin' in a big mud hole Can't touch de bottom wid a ten foot pole Old muley cow come on to de track De bob tail fling her over his back Den fly along like a railroad car And run a race wid a shootin' star See dem flyin' on a ten mile heat Round de track, den repeat I win my money on de bob tail nag I keep my money in an old tow bag
Camp Vesper Hymn

God of the night, the stars, the skies Catch o'er the fires, of day Be with us as the sunset dies, and colours fade away May incense from our campfires Bear our gratitude to you in prayer Most days begin with songs of birds

And meadows bright with dew With breezes blowing free and clean beneath a sky of blue Our meals combined with songs and fun Bring friendship to everyone
Canadian Vespers

Softly at the close of day As our campfire fades away Silently each Cub/Guide should ask Have I done my daily task Have I kept my honour bright Shall I guiltless sleep tonight Have I done and have I dared Everything to 'Be Prepared' Cannibal King Cannibal King with his big nose ring Fell in love with his hoola dame And every night by the pale moonlight Across the lake he came They hugged and kissed in the dusky mist By the shade of a bamboo tree And every night he stole a kiss It sounded like this to me Tiddly-um (kiss sound twice) Tiddly-um (kiss sound twice) Tiddly-um diddly-ei-de-aye Tiddly-um (kiss sound twice) Tiddly-um (kiss sound twice) Tiddly-um diddly-ei-de-aye
Cecil

Cecil was a caterpillar, Cecil was my friend The last time I saw Cecil he was *this* big fingers about an inch apart I said "Ooh, Cecil! What have you done?" And Cecil Said "I've eaten all the cabbages in the garden" Cecil was a caterpillar, Cecil was my friend The last time I saw Cecil he was *this* big
Hands about six inches apart

I said "Ooh, Cecil! What have you done?" And Cecil Said "I've eaten all the cabbages in the street"
And so on, until Cecil is so big that you have to run across the circle to indicate size, and Cecil's eaten all the cabbages in the Universe

Cecil was a caterpillar, Cecil was my friend

The last time I saw Cecil he was *this* big fingers about an inch apart I said "Ooh, Cecil! What have you done?" And Cecil Said: "I've been sick" Checkmate (God Save The Queen) King George, he had a date, He stayed out very late, He was the King. Queen Mary paced the floor; King George came home at four, She met him at the door God save the King.
Cheese

It's cheese, it's cheese, it's cheese that makes the mice go round It's cheese, it's cheese, it's cheese that makes the mice go round It's cheese, it's cheese, it's cheese that makes the mice go round It's cheese that makes the mice go round It's mice, it's mice, it's mice that make the cats go round . . . It's cats, it's cats, it's cats that make the dogs go round . . . It's dogs, it's dogs, it's dogs that make the boys go round . . . It's boys, it's boys, it's boys that make the girls go round . . . It's girls, it's girls, it's girls that make the love go round . . . It's love, it's love, it's love that make the world go round . . . And so you see: it's really cheese It's cheese, it's cheese that makes the world go round . . .
Chestnut Tree

Under the spreading chestnut tree, where I held you on my knee We'll be happy as can be; under the spreading chestnut tree The first time through, sing the words as written. The second time, omit the word "tree" and instead imitate tree branches with upward and outward hand motions. The next time, also omit "nut" and tap the top of the head. Then, omit "chest" but pat the chest. Then, omit "spreading" and instead spread hands apart, etc. Replace "happy" with a scowl and growl. At the finish, almost half the song will be gestures
Chinese Fan

My ship sailed from China with a cargo of tea All laden with presents for you and for me They brought me a fan, just imagine my bliss When I fan myself going like this, like this, like this, like this Verse 1 - Fan with right hand

Verse 2 - Fan with both hands crossing Verse 3 - Fan with both hands and right foot Verse 4 - Fan with both hands and both feet Verse 5 - As above plus nodding slowly Christmas Time (Jingle Bells) School is out, we won't pout Cubs shout "hip hooray!" Something Special's coming soon And it's Christmas day Wrap the gift, trim the tree Mind your Mum and Dad You'll get presents if you do Boy, won't you be glad!
Clementine

In a cavern, in a canyon, excavating for a mine Lived a miner, forty-niner, and his daughter Clementine Oh my darling, Oh my darling Oh my darling Clementine You are lost and gone forever dreadful sorry, Clementine Light she was, and like a fairy, and her shoes were number nine Herring boxes without topses, sandals were for Clementine Drove she ducklings to the water every morning just at nine Hit her foot against a splinter, fell into the foaming brine Ruby lips above the water, blowing bubbles soft and fine Alas for me! I was no swimmer, so I lost my Clementine In a churchyard near the canyon, where the myrtle doth entwine There grow roses and other posies, fertilised by Clementine Then the miner, forty-niner, soon began to peak and pine Thought he oughter join his daughter, now he's with his Clementine In my dreams she still doth haunt me, robed in garments soaked in brine While in life I used to hug her, now she's dead I draw the line How I missed her, how I missed her, how I missed my Clementine Until I kissed her little sister, and forgot my Clementine Now ye Scouts all heed the warning to this tragic tale of mine Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation would have saved my Clementine
Coke-a-Cola

Coke-a-cola, Coke-a-cola Makes you burp, makes you burp Have another bottle, have another bottle Burp burp burp, burp burp burp
Colours of Day

Colours of day dawn into the mind

The sun has come up, the night is behind Go down in the city, into the street And let's give the message to the people we meet So light up the fire and let the flames burn Open the door let Jesus return Take seeds of His Spirit, let the fruit grow Tell the people of Jesus, let His love show Go through the park, on into the town The sun still shines on, it never goes down The light of the world is risen again The people of darkness are needing our friend Open your eyes, look into the sky The darkness had come, the sun came to die The evening draws on, the sun disappears But Jesus is living, His Spirit is near
Come, Come, Ye Saints

Come, come ye Saints, no toil or labour fear; but with joy wend your way Though hard to you this journey may appear, grace shall be as your day 'Tis better far for us to strive, our useless cares from us drive Do this and joy your hearts will swell. All is well! All is well! Why should we mourn or think our lot is hard? 'Tis not so; all is right Why should we think to earn a great reward if we now shun the fight? Gird up your loins, fresh courage take, our God will never us forsake And soon we'll have this tale to tell: All is well! All is well!
Come On and Sing With Me

Come on and sing with me, hey dee noon oh Come on and sing with me, hey dee noon oh Come on and sing with me, hey dee noon oh Come on and sing with me, hey dee noon oh Sing everybody sing, hey dee noon oh... Other Verses: Come on and clap with me ... Come on and slick with me ... Come on and stamp with me ... Come on and stretch with me ... Coming of the Frogs (Battle Hymn of the Republic) Mine eyes have seen the horror of the coming of the frogs They are sneaking through the swamps, they are lurking under logs You can hear their mournful croaking through the early morning fog The frogs keep hopping on Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit, croak, croak Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit, croak, croak Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit, croak, croak The frogs keep hopping on

The frogs have grown in numbers and their croaking fills the air There's no place to escape to 'cause the frogs are everywhere They've eaten all the flies and now they're hungry as a bear The frogs keep hopping on I used to like the bullfrogs like to feel their slimy skin Liked to put them in my teacher's desk and take them home again You can hear their mournful croaking through the early morning fog The frogs keep hopping on
Comin' Through the Rye

If a body meets a body, comin' through the rye If a body kiss a body, need a body cry Every lassie has her laddie, none they say have I Yet all the lads they smile at me When comin' through the rye If a body meet a body, comin' from the town If a body greet a body, need a body frown Every lassie has her laddie, none they say have I Yet all the lads they smile at me When comin' through the rye Consider Yourself At Home (Consder Yourself) Consider yourself at home Consider yourself one of the family We've taken to you so strong It's clear, we're going to get along Consider yourself well in Consider yourself part of the furniture There isn't a lot to spare Who cares, whatever we've got we'll share If it should chance to be we should see Some harder days, empty larder days Why grouse? Always a chance we'll meet Somebody to foot the bill Then the drinks are on the house Consider yourself our mate We don't want to have no fuss For after some consideration we can state Consider yourself one of us
Cowboy's Grace

Been out on the range All dusty and tired Been ridin' and ropin' all day Around the chuck wagon We bow down our heads

And sing out the cowboys' grace Allelujah, Amen Amen Allelujah, Amen Amen
Cruising Down the River

Cruising down the river on a Sunday afternoon With one you love, the sun above Waiting for the moon The old accordion playing a sentimental tune Cruising down the river on a Sunday afternoon The birds above, all sing of love A gentle, sweet refrain The winds around all make a sound Like softly falling rain Just two of us together, we'll plan a honeymoon Cruising down the river, on a Sunday afternoon Cuddly Koalas (Frere Jacques) Cuddly koalas, cuddly koalas
(cradle & swing arms)

Possums too, possums too
(possum eyes - circle with finger & thumb brought up to eyes)

Wallabies and wombats, wallabies and wombats
(little bounce/jump/bend knees with hands in front, rather like begging action)

Kangaroos, kangaroos
(bigger jump, more exaggerated hands) Works well as a round Daddy and the Wine

A boy walked in a candy store in faded overalls Threw a nickel on the counter, said I think I'll spend it all I've carried it three months or more, you can tell it by the shine I need a sack of candy like my daddy need his wine Daddy and the wine go back three years out of my eight In the old days we were happy, dad worked hours long and late And then one day Mom disappeared, and so did Daddy's mind And now it's me and Daddy, mostly Daddy and the wine The boy picked up the sack and then he walked out in the street We put a roll of green in amongst the jelly beans The clerk was broke and so was I, we gave him our last dime A stranger stole his mommy, now his daddy's on the wine
Daisy Daisy

Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do I'm half crazy, oh for the love of you It won't be a stylish marriage I can't afford a carriage But you'll look sweet, upon the seat

Of a bicycle made for two Henry, Henry, here is your answer true I'm not crazy over the likes of you If YOU can't afford a carriage, forget about the marriage 'Cause I won't be jammed, I won't be crammed On a bicycle made for two
Darktown Strutters' Ball

I'll be down to get you in a taxi honey Better be ready 'bout half-past eight Now Dearie, don't be late I want to be there when the band starts playin' Remember when we get there honey The two steps I'm gonna have them all Goin' to dance out both my shoes When they play then Jelly-Roll Blues Tomorrow night at the Darktown Strutters' Ball
Deep and Wide

Deep and wide, deep and wide, there's a fountain flowing deep and wide Deep and wide, deep and wide, there's a fountain flowing deep and wide Sing the words as written the first time through Then, instead of saying the word 'deep', make a gesture (one hand above the other) to show depth. The next time, also show 'wide' by spreading hands out to the side for width. Continue with 'fountain' (make a fountain-like gesture) and 'flowing' (make a rippling gesture with hands moving from one side to the other at chest level)
Deep In the Heart of Texas

The stars at night are big and bright Deep in the heart of Texas The prairie sky is wide and high Deep in the heart of Texas The sage in bloom is like perfume Deep in the heart of Texas Reminds me of the one I love Deep in the heart of Texas The coyotes wail along the trail Deep in the heart of Texas The rabbits rush around the brush Deep in the heart of Texas The cowboys cry, "Ki-Yip-Pee-Ui" Deep in the heart of Texas The doggies bawl, and bawl and bawl Deep in the heart of Texas
Dese Bones Gonna Rise Again

The Lord he though he'd make a man

Dese bones gonna rise again Took a little bit of water and a little bit of sand Dese bones gonna rise again I know it, brother I know it, brother I know it, brother Dese bones gonna rise again! He thought he'd make a woman too Dese bones gonna rise again Didn't know 'xactly what to do Dese bones gonna rise again Took a rib from Adam's side Dese bones gonna rise again Made Miss Eve for to be his bride Dese bones gonna rise again Put 'em in a garden rich and fair Dese bones gonna rise again Told 'em they could eat whatever was there Dese bones gonna rise again But to one tree they must not go Dese bones gonna rise again Must leave the apples there to grow Dese bones gonna rise again Serpent, he came 'round the trunk Dese bones gonna rise again At miss Eve, his eye he wunk Dese bones gonna rise again He said, "Those apples taste mighty fine Dese bones gonna rise again Just take one, the Lord won't mind" Dese bones gonna rise again De Lord, he came a-wanderin round Dese bones gonna rise again Spied dem peelings on de ground Dese bones gonna rise again You ate my apples, I believe? Dese bones gonna rise again 'T wasn't me Lord, I spect twas Eve Dese bones gonna rise again The Lord he rose up in his wrath Dese bones gonna rise again Told 'em to beat it down the path Dese bones gonna rise again He put a angel at the door Dese bones gonna rise again Told them not to come no more

Dese bones gonna rise again
Detour

Detour, there's a muddy road ahead Detour, paid no mind to what it said Detour, oh these bitter things I find Should have read that detour sign Headed down life's crooked road, lots of things I nevered knowed And cause of me not knowin' I now pine Trouble got in the trail, spent the next five years in jail Should have read that detour sign When I got right to the place where it said "About Face" I thought that all my worries were behind But the farther I go the more sorrow I know Should have read that detour sign When I got stuck in the mud, all my hopes dropped with a thud I guess my heart strings are made of twine Had no power to get from the hole that I'm in yet Should have read that detour sign
Do Lord

Do Lord, Oh do Lord, Oh do remember me, Oh Lord Do Lord, Oh do Lord, Oh do remember me, Oh Lord Do Lord, Oh do Lord, Oh do remember me, Oh Lord Look away beyond the blue I've got a home in glory land that outshines the sun I've got a home in glory land that outshines the sun I've got a home in glory land that outshines the sun Look away beyond the blue
Don't Dilly Dally on the Way

My old man said 'Follow the van And don't dilly dally on the way' Off went the van with my home packed in it I followed on with my old cock linnet I dillied and dallied, dallied and dillied Lost my way and don't know where to roam Well you can't trust a special like the old time copper When you can't find your way home
Don't Take Your Guns to Town

A young cowboy named Billy Joe grew restless on the farm A boy filled with wander lust who really meant no harm He changed his clothes and cleaned his boots and combed his dark brown hair His mother cried as he walked out: Don't take your guns to town, son Leave your guns at home, Bill

Don't take your guns to town He laughed and kissed his mom and said your Billy Joe's a man I can shoot as quick and straight as anybody can But I wouldn't shoot without a cause, I'd gun nobody down But she cried again as he rode away He sang a song, as on he rode, his guns hung at his hips He rode into a cattle town, a smile upon his lips He stopped and walked into a bar and laid his money down But his mothers words echoed again: He drank his first strong liquor then to calm his shaking hand And tried to tell himself at last he had become a man A dusty cowpoke at his side began to laugh him down And he heard again his mother's words Bill was raged and Billy Joe reached for his guns to draw But the stranger drew his gun and fired before he even saw As Billy Joe fell to the floor, the crowd all gathered 'round And wondered at his final words
Don't This Road Look Rough and Rocky

Darling I have come to tell you Though it almost breaks my heart That before the morning darling We'll be many miles apart Don't this road look rough and rocky Don't the sea look wide an deep Don't my darling look the sweetest When she's in my arms asleep? Who's gonna kiss you lips my darling Who's gonna hold you to their breast Who's gonna love you in the future As I've loved you in the past? Don't hear those night birds crying Far across the deep blue sea While of others you are thinking Won't you sometimes think of me? Don't this road look rough and rocky Don't the sea look wide an deep Don't my darling look the sweetest When she's in my arms asleep?
Doodley Doo

(Similar to - Wally Archer) Please sing to me that sweet melody Called doodley doo, doodley doo I like the rest but the part I like best Goes doodley doo, doodley doo

It's the simplest thing there isn't much to it I like it so, wherever I go It's doodley doodley doo Come on and waddaly atcha, waddaly atcha Waddaly o, waddaly o Waddaly atcha, waddaly atcha Waddaly o, waddaly o It's the simplest thing there isn't much to it I like it so, wherever I go, It's doodley doodley doo Actions slap knees twice, clap hands twice pass the right hand over the left hand twice pass the left hand over the right hand twice touch the nose with the right hand twice, then touch the left shoulder with the right hand and leave it there touch the nose with the left hand, then touch the right shoulder with the left hand and leave it there tap the shoulders twice put both hands in the air and snap fingers twice slap knees twice, clap hands twice
Repeat, faster each time Do-re-mi

Doe, a deer, a female deer Ray, a drop of golden sun Me, a name I call myself Fa, along, long, way to run Sew, a needle pulling thread La, a note to follow sew Tea, a drink with jam and bread That will bring us back to Doe Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Ti, Do!
Down by the Bay

Down by the bay, where the watermelons grow Back to my home, I dare not go For if I do, my mother will say Did you ever see a bee, with a sunburnt knee Down by the bay?
SUBSTITUTES

A goose drinking apple juice A goat riding in a boat A cow with a green eyebrow Rats wearing silk hats

Beans as big as submarines Moose with a loose front tooth
Down by the Old Mill Stream

Down by the old (not the new, but the old) Mill stream (not the river but, the stream) Where I first (not last, but first) Met you (not me, but you) With your eyes of blue (not green, but blue) Dressed in gingham too (not three, but too) You were sixteen (not six, but sixteen) My village queen (not king, but queen) Down by the old (not new, but the old) Mill stream (not the river, but the stream)
Down in the Valley

Down in the valley, the valley so low Hang your head over, hear the winds blow Hear the winds blow, dear, hear the winds blow Hang your head over, hear the winds blow Down in the valley, walking between Telling our story, here's what it means Here's what it means, dear, here's what it means Telling our story, here's what it means Roses love sunshine, violets love dew Angels in heaven know I love you Know I love you, dear, know I love you Angels in heaven know I love you Build me a castle forty feet high So I can see him as he rides by As he rides by, dear, as he rides by So I can see him as he rides by Writing this letter, containing three lines Answer my question, "Will you be mine?" "Will you be mine, dear, will you be mine" Answer my question, "Will you be mine?" If you don't love me, love whom you please Throw your arms round me, give my heart ease Give my heart ease, dear, give my heart ease Throw your arms round me, give my heart ease Throw your arms round me, before it's too late Throw your arms round me, feel my heart break Feel my heart break, dear, feel my heart break Throw your arms round me, feel my heart break
Down in the Valley Where Nobody Goes

Down in the valley where nobody goes, There's a great big crocodile washing his clothes,

With a scrubba scrub here, and a scrubba scrub there, That's the way he washes his clothes. With an i tie oogie boogie woogie, With an i tie oogie boogie woogie, With an i tie oogie boogie woogie, That's the way he washes his clothes. Down in the valley where nobody goes, There's a great big bumble bee washing her clothes, With a buzzy-wuzz here, and a buzzy-wuzz there, That's the way she washes her clothes.
Add on as many different animal sounds as you can (or want)

Do Your Ears Hang Low? (Turkey in the Straw) Do your ears hang low, do they waggle to and fro? Can you tie them in a knot, can you tie them is a bow? Can you throw them o'er your shoulder like a continental soldier? Do your ears hang low? Do your ears stick out, can you waggle them about? Can you flap them up and down as you fly around the town? Can you shut them up for sure when you hear an awful bore? Do your ears stick out? Do your ears stand high, do they reach up to the sky? Do they hang down when they're wet, do they stand up when they're dry? Can you semaphore your neighbour with the minimum of labour? Do your ears stand high?
Dummy Line

On the dummy line, on the dummy line Rain or shine, I'll pay my fine Rain or shine, I'll pay my fine Ride, ride, riding on the dummy line I got on the train and didn't have the fare The conductor said, "Whatcha doin' there?" He grabbed me by the collar and shoved me out the door Said, "I don't want to see you on this line no more!" Little Willy was home by himself Found a chocolate cake on the kitchen shelf Willy said, "If I eat this cake Sis won't get a belly ache" Little Willy saw a mill saw buzz Didn't know quite what it was Now his arm is full of nicks And, alas poor Willy, he's cut in six Little Willy found some dynamite He didn't understand it quite

But curiosity never pays It rained Willy several days Little Willy coming home from school Spied a half a dollar at the foot of a mule Stooped down to pick it up, quiet as a mouse Funeral tomorrow at little Willy's house! Little birdie in the sky Dropped some whitewash in my eye Says I to me; says me to I "I'm sure glad that cows can't fly!" There was a boy by the name of Jack Pitched his tent on a railroad track Midnight express came around the bend What kind of flowers did you send? There once was a doctor, his name was Peck He fell in a well and he broke his neck It served him right, for he should've known To tend to the sick and leave the well alone! There once was a hunter, his name was O'Hare He was chased by a grizzly bear The people all thought he was out of his mind Running down the street with a bear behind! There was an old witch by the name of Nan Who tried to pass as a good humour man Couldn't fool the kids, they all stayed home They would not buy from an ice cream crone My grandpa had a car, it was a Ford machine His whiskers came in handy for straining gasoline My grandma had a habit of chewing in her sleep She chewed on grandpa's whiskers and dreamed of shredded wheat! Dunderbeck (Suggest - The Laughing Policeman) There was a strange old butcher, His name was Dunderbeck He was very fond of sausage-meat, and sauerkraut and speck He had the finest butcher shop, the finest ever seen Until one day he invented his wonderful sausage machine On Mr. Dunderbeck! How could you be so mean? I told you you'd be sorry for inventing that machine For all the neighbour’s dogs and cats will never more be seen They'll all be ground to sausage meat in Dunderbeck's machine One day a very little girl came walking in the store She ordered up some sausage meat and eggs, a half a score And while she stood a-waiting she whistled up a tune And the sausage meat it started up and danced around the room Once day when he was working the machine it would not go So Dunderbeck, he climbed inside to see what made it so

His wife she had a night-mare and came walking in her sleep She gave the crank a heck of a yank, and Dunderbeck was meat!
Each Campfire Lights Anew

Each campfire lights anew, the flame of friendship true The joy we've had in knowing you, will last our whole life through And as the embers die away, we wish that we might always stay But since we cannot have our way, we'll come again some other day
East Side, West Side

East side, west side, all around the town The tots sang, "Ring around rosie," "London Bridge is falling down" Boys and girls together, me and Mamie O'Rourke Tripped the light fantastic on the sidewalks of New York Eats Song (Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here) Soup, soup, we all want soup Tip your bowl and drain it, let your front teeth strain it Hark, hark, that funny sound, listen that slurping round Meat, meat, bring on the meat Fresh and juicy cow meat, ham and picked pig feet Lamp chops and pork chops too, any kind of meat will do Fish, fish, we must have fish We don't want it bony, nor a little phony Fresh, fresh, we won't eat stale, any kind of fish but whale
Edelweiss

Edelweiss, Edelweiss Ev'ry morning you greet me Small and white, clean and bright You look happy to greet me Blossoms of snow, may you bloom and grow Bloom and grow forever Edelweiss, Edelweiss Bless my homeland forever!
Everywhere We Go

Everywhere we go, Everywhere we go People want to know, People want to know Who we are, Who we are Where we come from, Where we come from We're from London, We're from London We're the 1st Chelsea, We're the 1st Chelsea And if they can't hear us, And if they can't hear us We'll sing a little louder, We'll sing a little louder (Repeat several times, louder each time until... And if they can't hear us THEY MUST BE DEAF!)

Fat Girl Guide (A Ram Sam Sam) A fat Girl Guide, a fat Girl Guide A skinny little Brownie and a fat Girl Guide A fat Girl Guide, a fat Girl Guide A skinny little Brownie and a fat Girl Guide The Leaders, the Leaders A skinny little Brownie and a fat Girl Guide The Leaders, the Leaders A skinny little Brownie and a fat Girl Guide
Father Abraham

Father Abraham had seven sons sir Seven sons sir had Father Abraham And they never laughed, and they never cried All the did was go like this: with a left (arm moving) . . . . . . . With a left (arm) and a right (arm) Finally: . . . with a left and a right, and a left (leg) and a right (leg), and a nod, and a wiggle
Fish and Chips and Vinegar

Fish and chips with vinegar vinegar, vinegar Fish and chips with vinegar pepper pepper pepper pop Don't throw your junk in my back yard my back yard, my back yard Don't throw your junk in my back yard by back yard's full
Five Feet High. . . and Risin'

How high's the water Mamma? Two feet high and risin' How high's the water Pappa? She said it's two feet high and risin' Well we can make it to the road in a home made boat 'Cause that's the only thing we got left that'll float It's already over all the wheat and oats Two feet high and risin' How high's the water Mamma? Three feet high and risin' How high's the water Pappa? She said it's three feet high and risin' Well our hives are gone, I lost my bees Chickens are sleepin' in the willow tree Cows are in water up past their knees Three feet high and risin' How high's the water Mamma? Four feet high and risin' How high's the water Pappa? She said it's four feet high and risin' Hey, come look through the window pane The bus is comin', gonna take us to the train

Looks like we'll be blessed with a little more rain Four feet high and risin' How high's the water Mamma? Five feet high and risin' How high's the water Pappa? She said it's five feet high and risin' Well the rails are washed out north of town We gotta head for higher ground We cain't come back 'till the water goes down Five feet high and risin' Well it's five feet high and risin'
Five-hundred Miles

If you miss the train I'm on you will know that I am gone You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles A hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles Not a shirt on my back, not a penny to my name Lord, I can't go back home this way This-a way, this-a way, this-a way, this-a way, this-a way Lord I can't go back home this-a way Lord, I'm one, Lord, I'm two, Lord, I'm three, Lord, I'm four Lord, I'm five-hundred miles away from home Away from home, away from home, away from home, away from home Lord, I'm five-hundred miles away from home If you miss the train I'm on you will know that I am gone You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles A hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles
Flea

Flea Flea-fly Flea-fly flo Vista Cum-ala-la, Cum-ala-la, Cum-ala-la, vista Oh no, no, not the vista Einie-meanie, alla-meany, ooh-ah-la-walla-meanie, escou-meanie, zala-meanie-ooh-al-lawah Be hidaley oten doh, loo lop de doten daddle Flea Fly (Mosquito) Flea Flea, fly Flea, fly, mosquito Swat 'em! Calamine, calamine, calamine lotion Oh, no more calamine lotion. Itchy, itchy, scratchy, scratchy, got one on my backy, backy

Ohy, ohy, owwy, owwy, wish he'd go away Quick get the bug spray, I think he went that-a-way-shhhhhh!
(Make can-spraying motions) Food, Glorious Food

Is it worth waiting for, if we live till eighty-four All we ever get is gruel. Every day we say a prayer/gruel Will they change the bill of fare? Still we get the same old There's not a crust, not a crumb can we find, can we beg Can we borrow or cadge But there's nothing to stop us from getting a thrill When we all close our eyes and imagine Food, glorious food, hot sausage and mustard While we're in the mood, cold jelly and custard Peace pudding and saveloys, what next is the question? Rich gentlemen have it boys, indigestion Food, glorious food, we're anxious to try it Three banquets a day, our favourite diet Just picture a great big steak, fried, roasted or stewed Oh, food, wonderful food, marvelous food, glorious food Food, glorious food, what is there more handsome? Gulped, swallowed or chewed, still it's worth a king's ransom What is it we dream about, what brings on a sigh? Piled peaches and cream about six feet high Food, glorious food, eat right through the menu Just loosen your belt, two inches and then you Work up a new appetite, this interlude Then food, once again, food, fabulous food Food, glorious food, don't care what it looks like Burned, under done, crude, don't care what it cooks like Just thinking of growing fat, sets our senses reeling One moment of knowing that full up feeling Food, glorious food, what wouldn't we give for That extra bit more, that's all that we live for Why should we be fated to do nothing but brood On food, magical food, wonderful food, marvelous food Food Terrible Food (Food Glorious Food) Food terrible food, burnt sausage and mustard We're not in the mood for cold porridge and custard Fried eggs with their edges black What next is the question We're all gonna suffer from indigestion Food terrible food, those soggy old cornflakes That lumpy fruit duff, that's all that our cook makes We have to eat the stuff, don't want to be rude But food - horrible food - sickening food - terrible food

For Health and Strength

For health and strength And daily food We praise Thy name O Lord
For Me and My Gal

The bells are ringing, for me and my gal The birds are singing, for me and my gal Everybody's been knowing To a wedding there going And for weeks they've been sewing Every Susie and Sal They're congregating for me and my gal The parsons waiting for me and my gal And someday I'm going to build a little home for two For three or four or more In love land for me and my gal
For The Beauty of the Earth

For the beauty of the earth For the glory of the skies For the love from which our birth Over and around us lies Lord of all, to The e we raise This hymn of grateful praise For the wonder of each hour Of the day and of the night Hill and vale, and tree and flow'r Sun and moon, and stars of light Lord of all, to Thee we raise This hymn of grateful praise For the joy of human love Brother, sister, parent, child Friends on earth and friends above For all gentle thoughts and mild Lord of all, to Thee we raise This hymn of grateful praise
Forty Acres

He was headed into Boston in a big diesel truck It was his first shift about and he was havin' lots of luck He was headed the wrong direction down a one way street in town And this is what he said when the police chased him down Give me ... acres to turn this rig around It's the easiest way that I've found

Some guys can turn it on a dime or turn it right downtown But give me ... acres to turn this rig around When he finally found where to unload, he had a dreadful shock His trailer pointed towards the road, his cab right to the dock And as he looked around him, through his tears he made this sound Give me ... acres and I'll turn this rig around When he finally got unloaded, he was asked to leave the town He was very, very happy, going back to Alabam When up ahead he saw a sign said, you are northward bound Give me ... acres and I'll turn this rig around He was drivin' down the right lane when ahead he saw a sign He had to make a left turn, but he could not get in line The tears were streakin' down his cheeks and they all heard him yell Give me ... sticks of dynamite 'n I'll blow this rig up Give me Acres And I'll Turn this Rig around It's the easiest way that I've found Some guys can turn it on a dime or turn it right downtown But I need ... acres to turn this rig around Yes, I need ... acres to turn this rig around Found a Peanut (Clementine) Found a peanut, found a peanut, found a peanut over there Thought I'd eat it, thought I'd eat it, thought I'd eat it didn't care Rather tasty, rather tasty, rather tasty, but now Got a pain, got a pain, got a pain, don't know how Fetch a doctor, fetch a doctor, fetch a doctor, fetch him quick Appendicitis, appendicitis, appendicitis, feeling sick Cut him open, cut him open, cut him open, save his life Sew him up, sew him up, sew him up around my knife Cut him open, cut him open, cut him open, till its found Sew him up, sew him up, have you seen my specs around Cut him open, cut him open, cut him open, . . .
Four Leaf Clover

I'm looking over a four leaf clover That I overlooked before One leaf is sunshine, the second is rain Third is the roses that grow in the lane No need explaining the one remaining It's somebody I adore I'm looking over a four leaf clover That I overlooked before
Four Walls

Out where the bright lights are glowing You're drawn like a moth to the flame You laugh while the wine's overflowing

While I sit and whisper your name Four walls to hear me Four walls to see Four walls to hear me Closing in on me Sometimes I ask why I'm waiting But my walls have nothing to say I'm made for love not hating But here's where you left me I'll stay One night with you was like heaven And so while I'm walking the floor I'll listen for steps in the hallway And wait for your knock on the door Frankenstein (Clementine) In a castle, on a mountain Near the dark and murky Rhine, Dwelt a doctor, the concoctor Of the monster, Frankenstein. Oh my monster oh my monster, Oh my monster, Frankenstein, You were built to last forever, Dreadful scary Frankenstein. In a graveyard near the castle, Where the moon refused to shine, He dug for noses and for toeses For his monster, Frankenstein.
Freight Train

Freight train, freight train, going so fast Freight train, freight train, going so fast Please don't tell what train I'm on So they won't know where I've gone Freight train, freight train, comin' round the bend Freight train, who ya gonna send? One of these days I'm gonna ride go back to my home town One more place I'd like to be One more place I'd love to see Watch those ol' Blueridge Mountains fly When I ride old number * When I die, please bury me Down at the end of Regesse Street So I can hear old number * As she goes rolling by

Fried Ham

Fried ham, fried ham, cheese and baloney After the macaroni, we'll have onions, and pickles, and peppers Then we'll have some more fried ham, fried ham. Some suggested styles: Opera With fingers in sides of mouth
Friends

So I thank You, I thank you God for all of my friends I thank You, I thank You God for all of my friends with me tonight When you're all alone and you're feeling so low There is a friend there to tell the things you know A friend will always listen, a friend will understand What is a friend? A friend is here indeed Sitting all around me, listening to my need A friend is always there, a friend will always care There's one important thing that I want you to know And I mean it sincerely from the bottom of my soul I love all of you, you're the greatest friends I've got
Froggie!

Dog Dog, cat Dog, cat, mouse Froggie! Itsy bitsy, teeny weeny little bitty froggie Jump, jump, jump, little froggie Spiders and flies are scrum-deli-icious Ribbit, Ribbit, Ribbit, Ribbit, Ribbit, Ribbit, Ribbit Croak Actions: Set up a clap/lap-slapping rhythm, and repeat each line after the leader. On the first run-through, do it slowly; with each repetition go faster, until the audience tires
Froggie Went A-courting

Froggie went a-courtin' and he did ride, A-huh Froggie went a-courtin' and he did ride, A-huh Frogie went a-courtin' and he did ride Sword and pistol by his side A-huh, a-huh, a-huh Well, he rode down to Molly Mouse's door Where he had often been before He took Miss Mousie on his knee Said, "Miss Mousie, will you marry me?"

I'll have to ask my Uncle Rat See what he will say to that Well, Uncle Rat laughed and shook his fat sides To think his niece would be a bride A-huh, a-huh, a-huh
Frog Round

1. bananas (low voice) 2. knee deep (medium) 3. tea and coffee (high) 4. Hear the lively song Of the frogs in yonder pond Crik, crik, crikkety crik Brrrr....uh [Another] Frog Song (Brownie Smile Song) I have something in my pocket that I found behind a log My leader said to put it back, it's a great big slippery frog! It's squishy and it's slimy and it wiggles in my hand I also have a wooly worm and a pocket full of sand Giddy-up-go (answer) There's a time to laugh and a time to cry A time to forgive and a time to forget Dreams we dream sometimes never die We carry them on till they become someone else's dream A friend of mine had such a dream I met her at a truck stop just outside Phoenix We both worked there Her dream came true, I know it The key to her dream was a little sign that reads Giddy-up-go She's a lovely girl, pretty smile But behind all this I could see a troubled mind She told me o' when she met the guy that won her heart And made her life a joy And before too long more happiness came, a little baby boy Things wasn't to bad The job wasn't much But somehow they got by And then came the day when he drove home a big truck And the little boy became so overjoyed Just like when he saw his first falling snow He kept shoutin' Giddy-up-go Daddy, Giddy-up-go Then a dark cloud moved in A few years later Not long, after a few visits to the doctor

She said it was just a matter of time She knew she would have to move to a warmer climate And this troubled he mind So without leaving a trace She took her son, and left town one night! She settled here And we became the closest of friends We talked from time to time and she'd smile And her eyes would glow When she talked about Giddy-up-go Each time a truck would pull in I could see her stare, and stare Wasn't long before she had to give up being a waitress here And she moved on out of town. Not too far We visited almost every week The boy had almost grown He's the spittin' image of his dad, she'd say The most handsome man I've ever known Without cab once more, moved away As I stood close by, once again, she told her story I could see a tear in her eye I know my son longs for the road 'N the last request he had: Let him be a truck driver Like son, like dad The boy soon left town, I never knew for where But I find myself watching every truck that pulls around the curve And Giddy-up-go was the only name that held between the two And I was hopin' that I could be of help It became a dream for me too Just now I froze in my tracks, as I watched two trucks pull in A big new shiny diesel, and an old one Wow. I couldn't help starin' as they walked in Ordered coffee and talked a while Then I saw them leave, both wearin' such a smile They walked out to the old truck And brushed off some dirt So the name plate would show And before my eyes, a little sign that read Giddy-up-go
Ging Gang Goo

Ging gang gooli gooli gooli gooli watcha, ging gang goo, ging gang goo Ging gang gooli gooli gooli gooli watcha, ging gang goo, ging gang goo Heyla, heyla sheyla, heyla sheyla, heyla roo Heyla, heyla sheyla, heyla sheyla, heyla roo Shali walli, shali walli, shali walli, shali walli Oompha, Oompah . . .

Girl Scouts Together (Sung moderately slowly) Girl Scouts together That is our song Winding the old trails rocky and long Learning our motto living our creed Girl Scouts together in ev'ry good deed Glory, Glory, How Peculiar (Battle Hymn of the Republic) As one woodpecker pecked up the peg, the other woodpecker pecked down As one woodpecker pecked up the peg, the other woodpecker pecked down As one woodpecker pecked up the peg, the other woodpecker pecked down As one woodpecker pecked up the peg, the other woodpecker pecked down Glory, glory, how peculiar Glory, glory, how peculiar Glory, glory, how peculiar As one woodpecker pecked up the peg, the other woodpecker pecked down As one sly snake slipped up the slide, other sly snake slipped down As one blue bat blew in the bowl, other blue bat blew out As one black bug bled blue black blood, the other black bug bled blue As one drunk duck dove into the ditch, the other drunk duck dropped dead As one flea fly flew up the flue, the other flea fly flew down As one pink porpoise popped into the pool, other pink porpoise popped out As one brown bear backed up the bank, other brown bear backed down As one white whale whipped over the waves, other white whale whipped under God Bless My Underwear (God Bless America) God bless my underwear, my only pair Stand beside them, and guide them Through the rips, through the holes, through the tears From the washer, to the dryer, to the clothesline in the air God bless my underwear, my only pair God is Great, God is Good (Michael Row the Boat) God is great, God is good, Alleluia Let us thank him for our food, Alleluia By His hand we all are fed, Alleluia Thank you Lord, for daily bread, Alleluia God Our Father (Frere Jacques) God Our Father God Our Father Once again

Once again We would ask thy blessing We would ask thy blessing Amen, Amen Going Camping (Bubbles) We're forever going camping Camping the whole year round We reach the site, middle of the night And then we find we've got no light Sleeping all together, on the stony ground We're forever going camping Going camping all year round
Going Down The Valley

We are going down the valley, going down the valley Going down the valley one by one, one by one We are going down the valley, going down the valley Going to the setting of the sun We are coming up the valley, coming up the valley Coming up the valley one by one, one by one We are coming up the valley, coming up the valley Coming to the rising of the sun Repeat the first verse several times getting quieter each time as you get further down the valley. Then switch to the second verse and get louder on each repeat
Goodbye Horse

Goodbye horse, goodbye horse He was saying goodbye to his horse And as he was saying goodbye to his horse He was saying goodbye to his horse Repeat for as long as you can stand it....
Goodnight Ladies/Cub Scouts

Goodnight ladies, goodnight ladies, goodnight ladies We're sorry to leave you now Merrily we roll along, roll along, roll along Marrily we roll along, across the deep blue see Goodnight campers, goodnight campers Goodnight campers, it's time to say goodnight Sadly it is time to part, time to part, time to part Sadly it is time to part, and to day goodnight Good night . . . Scouts, good night . . . Scouts Good night . . . Scouts, we're going to leave you now. Merrily we Scout along, scout along, scout along. Merrily we Scout along, on the Scouting trail. Farewell, . . . Scouts . . . .

Sweet dreams, . . . Scouts . . . .
Goodnight Song

Evening sunset paints the sky Smoke from campfire drifts on high Songs and stories we like best Just before we go to rest Goodnight to every . . . Scout, say goodnight To those away and these here in our sight The fun we've had we will not soon forget The things we've learned and the pals we've met And so, goodnight to every . . . Scout, say goodnight Above may each {girl's|boy's star send forth its light While songs and stories shared now wing their flight Goodnight, sweet dreams, goodnight!
Gopher Girls Make buck teeth (gopher teeth) sticking out over lower lip while singing:

We are the gopher girls We go for gopher guys They don't gofer us We wonder why! Gopher Guts (The Old Grey Mare) Great green gobs of greasy grimy gopher guts mutilated monkey meat dirty little pigeon's feet All mixed up with a pile of poison possum pus and me without my spoon And me without my spoon and me without spoon Great green gobs of greasy grimy gopher guts and me without my spoon We'll use a straw!
Go Well and Safely

Go well and safely, Go well and safely, Go well and safely The Lord be ever with you Stay well and safely, Stay well and safely, Stay well and safely The Lord be ever with you
Grandfather's Clock

My grandfather's clock was too large for the shelf So it stood ninety years on the floor It was taller by half than the old man himself

Though it weighed not a pennyweight more It was bought on the morn of the day that he was born And was always his treasure and pride But it stopped, short, never to go again When the old man died Ninety years without slumbering, tick, tock, tick, tock His life seconds numbering, tick, tock, tick, tock It stopped, short, never to go again, when the old man died In watching its pendulum swing to and fro Many hours had he spent as a boy And in childhood and manhood the clock seemed to know And to share both his grief and his joy For it struck twenty-four when he entered at the door With a blooming and beautiful bride But it stopped, short, never to go again When the old man died My grandfather said that of those he could hire Not a servant so faithful he found For it wasted no time, and had but one desire At the close of each week to be wound And it kept in its place, not a frown upon its face And its hands never hung by its side But it stopped, short, never to go again When the old man died It rang in alarm in the dead of the night An alarm that for years had been dumb And we knew that his spirit was plumbing its flight That his hour of departure had come Still the clock kept the time, with a soft and muffled chime As we silently stood by his side But it stopped, short, never to go again When the old man died Green Grass (There was a Hole) There was a hole The prettiest little hole that you ever did see And the green grass grew all around, all around And the green grass grew all around And in that hole There was a tree The prettiest little tree that you ever did see And the tree was in the hole And the hole was in the ground Continue adding one line at a time.... Now on that tree... There was a branch... the prettiest little etc...

...limb on the tree ...nest on the limb ...egg in the nest ...bird in the egg ...wing on the bird ...feather on the wing ...bacteria on the feather
Green Grow the Rushes O

I'll sing you one o Green grow the rushes o What is your one o One is one and all alone And ever more shall be so I'll sing you two o Green grow the rushes o What is your two o Two, two the lily white boys Clothed all in green o o One is one and all alone And ever more shall be so Three, three the rivals Four for the Gospel makers Five for the symbols at your door Six for the six brown walkers Seven for the seven stars in the sky Eight for the April rainers Nine for the nine bright shiners Ten for the Ten Commandments Eleven for the eleven that went to heaven Twelve for the twelve apostles
Greenland Fisheries

'Twas in eighteen hundred and fifty three On June the thirteenth day That our gallant ship her anchor weighed And for Greenland bore away, brave boys And for Greenland bore away The lookout in the crosstrees stood With a spyglass in his hand "There's a whale, there's a whale, there's a whalefish" he cried And she blows at every span, brave boys And she blows at every span The captain stood on the quarter-deck And a fine little man was he "Overhaul! Overhaul! let your davit-tackles fall And launch your boats for the sea, brave boys

And launch your boats for the sea" Now the boats were launched and the men aboard And the whale was full in view Resolv-ed was each seaman bold To steer where the whalefish blew, brave boys To steer where the whalefish blew We struck the whale, and the line paid out But she gave such a flourish with her tail That the boat capsized and four men were lost And we never caught that whale, brave boys And we never caught that whale "To lose that whale" our captain said "It grieves my heart full sore But to lose four of our gallant sailor boys It grieves me ten times more, brave boys It grieves me ten times more" "The winter star doth now appear So, boys, we'll anchor weigh It's time to leave this cold country And homeward bear away, brave boys And homeward bear away" Oh, Greenland is a dreadful place A land that's never green Where there's ice and snow, and the whalefishes blow And the daylight's seldom seen, brave boys And the daylight's seldom seen
Green Trees Around You

Green trees around you, blue skies above Friends all about you in a world filled with love Taps sounding softly, hearts beating true As Girl Scouts sing Good Night to you (Then you sing Taps)
Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here

Hail, hail, the gang's all here Never mind the weather, here we are together Hail, hail, the gang's all here Sure we're glad that you're here, too! Hail, hail, the gang's all here We're a bunch of live ones, not a single dead one Hail, hail, the gang's all here Sure I'm glad that I'm here, too!
Ham and Eggs

Ham and eggs, ham and eggs I like mine fried nice and brown

I like mine fried up and down Ham and eggs, ham and eggs Flip 'em, flop 'em, flop 'em, flip 'em; ham and eggs!
Happy Days Are Here Again

Happy days are here again! The skies above are clear again Let us sing a song of cheer again Happy days are here again Altogether shout it now There's no one who can doubt it now So let's tell the world about it now Happy days are here again Your cares and troubles are gone There'll be no more from now on Happy days are here again! The skies above are clear again Let us sing a song of cheer again Happy days are here again
Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes

Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes And Eye and ears, and a mouth and a nose Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes
Health and Strength

For health and strength and daily bread We praise thy name, Oh Lord.
Heart Of My Heart

Heart of my heart, how I love that melody Heart of my heart, brings back fond memories When we were kids on the corner of the square We were rough and ready guys But oh, how we could harmonize Heart of my heart, how our friends were dearer then Too bad we had to part I know a tear would glisted, If once more I could listen To the gang that sang heart of my heart
Heidi Hey

Heidi-hey Heidi-ho! Iddly-Widdly Woddley Wo Lift your heads up to the sky Girl Scouts are passing by Heidi-hey Heidi-ho!

Iddly-Widdly Woddley Wo Better, better than the rest Troop 4217 is the best Heidi-hey Heidi-ho! Iddly-Widdly Woddley Wo If you heard what I just said Get on your knees and bow your head He Jumped Without a Parachute (John Browns Body) He jumped without a paracute from twenty thousand feet He jumped without a paracute from twenty thousand feet He jumped without a paracute from twenty thousand feet And he aint gonna jump no more Glory glory what a hell of a way to die Glory glory what a hell of a way to die Glory glory what a hell of a way to die And he aint gonna jump no more He landed on the pavement like a lump of strawberry jam He landed on the pavement like a lump of strawberry jam He landed on the pavement like a lump of strawberry jam And he aint gonna jump no more They put him in a matchbox and they sent him home to mum They put him in a matchbox and they sent him home to mum They put him in a matchbox and they sent him home to mum And he aint gonna jump no more She put on the mantelpiece for everyone to see She put on the mantelpiece for everyone to see She put on the mantelpiece for everyone to see And he aint gonna jump no more She put him on the table when the Vicar came to tea She put him on the table when the Vicar came to tea She put him on the table when the Vicar came to tea And he aint gonna jump no more The Vicar spread him on some toast and said what lovely jam The Vicar spread him on some toast and said what lovely jam The Vicar spread him on some toast and said what lovely jam And he aint gonna jump no more Hello (I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing/Auld Lang Syne) I love to hear the word Hello Wherever I may go It's full of friendship And good cheer And warms the heart up so Hello, Hello, Hello, Hello Hello, Hello, Hello...

When e'er we meet Like friends let's greet Each other with Hello Hello, Hello, Hello, Hello Hello, Hello, Hello...
Hello, My Name is O

Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well press this button then (press button with finger) Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well press this button then (press two buttons with both hands alternately) Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well press this button then (press buttons with both hands and one foot) Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well press this button then (press buttons with both hands and two feet) Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well press this button then (press buttons with both hands, two feet and nose) Hello my name is O and I work in a button factory And last night my boss said "O are your busy" And I said "No" Well come and join my Scout Troop then!
Henry My Son

Where have you been all day, Henry my son Where have you been all day, my beloved one Woods, dear mother, woods, dear mother Oh mother come quick 'cos I feel very sick And I want to lay down and die, die, die, die Die, die, die, die What did you do there, Henry my son What did you do there, my beloved one Eat, dear mother, eat, dear mother What did you eat there, Henry my son What did you eat there, my beloved one Eels, dear mother, eels, dear mother What colour were they, Henry my son What colour were they, my beloved one

Green and yellow, green and yellow Those eels were snakes, Henry my son Those eels were snakes, my beloved one Yuck, dear mother, Yuck, dear mother What colour flowers d'you want, Henry my son What colour flowers d'you want, my beloved one Green and yellow, Green and yellow Oh mother come quick 'cos I feel very sick And I want to lay down and die
Here We Sit

Here we sit like bumps on a cedar log Bumps on a cedar log Here we sit like bumps on a cedar log
(Make up your own last line, such as)

Waiting for our dinner Or Waiting for the fun to start
He's Got the Whole World In His Hands

He's got the whole world in His hands He's got the whole world in His hands He's got the whole world in His hands He's got the whole world in His hands 2. He's got the wind and the rain in His hands 3. He's got the tiny little baby in His hands 4. He's got you an d me sister in His hands 5. He's got the sun and the moon . . . 6. He's got everybody here . . .
Hey Lollee This song is meant to be made up by the singers as you go along. But if you decide to play it this way, you might want to sing a chorus between each verse to let the next person think up some lines.

Hey Lollee, lollee, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo Hey Lollee, lollee, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo This is a crazy kind of song, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo You make it up as you go along, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo When calypso singers sing this song, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo It sometimes lasts the whole day long, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo First you invent a simple rhyme, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo Then another one to rhyme, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo While you catch on I'll sing a verse, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo Then you do one that's even worse, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo I know a girl named Emily, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo She sings "Hey Lollee" in just one key, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo Tonight we've chosen another key, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo You won't be hearing from Emily, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo She sings "Hey Lollee" day and night, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo

It never seems to come out right, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo I know a man name Mr. Jones, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo When he sings, everybody groans, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo The singer you fast the getter it's tuff, Hey Lollee , lollee, lo To line up makes that you won't muff, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo Let's put this song back on the shelf, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo if you want anymore you can sing it yourself, Hey Lollee, lollee, lo
Hole In My Bucket

There's a hole in my bucket, dear Liza, dear Liza There's a hole in my bucket, dear Liza, a hole Well fix it, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry Well fix it, dear Henry, well fix it With what shall fix it . . . With straw . . . The straw is too long . . . Well cut it . . . With what shall I cut it . . . With an axe . . . The axe is too dull . . . Then sharpen it, . . . With what shall I sharpen it . . . With a stone . . . . The stone is too dry . . . Then wet it . . . With what shall I wet it . . . With water . . . . In what shall I fetch it . . . With a bucket . . . There's a hole in my bucket . . .
Hole In the Sea

There's a hole in the bottom of the sea There's a hole in the botom of the sea There's a hole, there's a hole There's a hole in the botom of the sea There's a log in the hole in the bottom of the sea There's a log in the hole in the bottom of the sea There's a hole, there's a hole There's a hole in the bottom of the sea There's a bump on the log in the hole . . . etc. There's a frog on the bump on the log . . . etc. There's a fly on the frog on the bump . . . etc. There's a wing on the fly on the frog . . . etc. There's a flea on the wing on the fly . . . etc. There's a hole, there's a hole There's a hole in the bottom of the sea

Home on the Range

Oh give me a home where the buffalo roam Where the deer and the antelope play Where seldom is heard a discouraging word And the skies are not cloudy all day Home, home on the range, where the deer and the antelope play Where seldom is heard a discouraging word And the skies are not cloudy all day Where the air is so pure, and the zephyrs so free The breezes so balmy and light That i would not exchange my home on the range For all of the cities so bright
Honk, Honk, Rattle, Rattle

It's made of wood, it's made of tin Nobody knows what shape it's in. It has four wheels and a running board, It's a For Oh it's a Ford Honk, Honk, rattle, rattle, rattle Crash, peep, peep! Honk, Honk, rattle, rattle, rattle Crash, peep, peep! Honk, Honk, rattle, rattle, rattle Crash, peep, peep! Honk! Honk! Horse Fly (The More We Get Together) Did you ever see a horse fly, a horse fly, a horse fly? Did you ever see a horse fly, a horse fly, fly, fly? Did you ever see a board walk, a board walk, a board walk? Did you ever see a board walk, a board walk, walk, walk? Additional verses: Shoe lace, hair pin, tooth pick, eye drop, neck tie, moth bawl, eye lash, yard stick, ear drum, clam bake
Hot Time In the Old Town Tonight

Late last night when we were all in bed, Mrs. O'Leary left her lantern in the shed. Well, the cow kicked it over, and this is what they said: "There'll be a hot time in the old town tonight!" When you hear those bells go ding-a-ling, All join 'round and sweetly you must sing. And when the verse is through, in the chorus all join in: "There'll be a hot time in the old town tonight!" (For dramatic effect, shout out "FIRE, FIRE, FIRE" at the end of the first verse) Hot Time In the Old Town Tonight - (Silly variant) Ten nights dark when bed we all were in Old Leary lady hung the shed her lantern in

And when the kick cowed it over, she eyed her wink and said "There'll be town hot in the time old tonight!" How Dry I Am (1) How dry I am, How wet I'll be If I don't find the bathroom key I found the key, I found the door But it's too late, It's on the floor How Dry I Am (2) How dry I am, How wet I'd be If I could find the bathroom key I found the key, I found the door ...Hiccup... I'm dry no more
How Much Is That Doggie in the Window?

How much is that doggie in the window? The one with the waggly tail How much is that doggie in the window? I do hope that doggie's for sale I must take a trip to California And leave my poor sweetheart alone If he has a dog, he won't be lonesome And the doggie will have a good home I read in the papers there are robbers With flashlights that shine in the dark My love needs a doggie to protect him And scare them away with one bark I don't want a bunny or a kitty I don't want a parrot that talks I don't want a bowl of little fishies He can't take a goldfish for walks Hymn of Scouting (The Church's One Foundation) Oh Father we would bring Thee a Scoutship strong and true A life of loving service and struggle well won through A Scoutship that our Founder would surely love to see Of utter self-surrender and spotless purity Oh knit us all together as loyal friends of all And make us every ready to help up those who fall As Scouts we must be trusted to others to do good God bless and keep and strengthen the Scouting brother[/sister]hood So as we stand before Thee we give our promise true That we will on our honor love God and country too We'll help all others daily in all we say and do And live the laws of Scouting as Thou woulds't have us do And so Thee our Captain, as loyal Scouts we come

And ask that Thou will leads us 'til Scouting days are done We face tomorrow's struggles strong in Thy strength alone Look down and bless our Scoutship, for we would be Thine own I'd Do Anything I'd do anything for you, dear, anything For you mean everything to me I know that I'd go anywhere for your smile, anywhere For your smile everywhere I'd see Let the clouds of grey come along Surely they won't stay very long If you'll say --- You're mine alone I'd risk everything for one kiss everything Yes, I'd do anything, anything for you
I Don't Know Why

I don't know why, I love you like I do I don't know why I just do I don't know why you thrill me like you do I don't know why you just do You never seem to want my romancing The only time you hold me is when we're dancing I don't know why I love you like I do I don't know why I just do
If

If I told you that I wanted you to belong to me Would you say yes or would you tell me that you didn't know Little darlin' 'N if I promised you forever that we'd always be together Would you tell me that you love me like that I love you Little darlin' You know that I really love you and would do anything to bore you Tell Tim to give me your answer, I'll say to you Little darlin' If you give your heart to only me I'll give my heart to only you And you would be so happy, won't you say you will Little darlin' Dum dum dum da rum da rum Dum dum dum pa rum pa rum Rum dum dum da rum da rum Rum da da da da da Little darlin' If you give your heart to only me I'll give my heart to only you And you would be so happy, won't you say you will Little darlin' Dum dum dum da rum da rum Dum dum dum pa rum pa rum

Rum dum dum da rum da rum Rum da da da da da
If I Had a Hammer

If I had a hammer, I'd hammer in the morning I'd hammer in the evening, all over this land I'd hammer out danger, I'd hammer out a warning I'd hammer out the love between my brothers and sisters All over this land If I had a bell, I'd ring it in the morning I'd ring it in the evening, all over this land I'd ring out danger, I'd ring out a warning I'd ring about the love between my brothers and sisters All over this land If I had a song, I'd sing it in the morning I'd sing it in the evening, all over this land I'd sing out danger, I'd sing out a warning I'd sing about the love between my brothers and sisters All over this land Well I've got a hammer, and I've got a bell And I've got a song to sing, all over this land It's the hammer of justice, It's the bell of freedom It's the song about the love between my brothers and sisters All over this land If It's Raining (If You're Happy and You Know It) If it's raining and you know it clap your hands If it's raining and you know it clap your hands If it's raining and you know it then your clothes will surely show it If it's raining and you know it clap your hands If the mud is only knee deep, stamp your feet If the mud is only knee deep, stamp your feet If the mud is only knee deep, and you wish that it were hip deep If the mud is only knee deep, stamp your feet If the wind is really blowing, shake your head If the wind is really blowing, shake your head If the wind is really blowing, and your permanent is going If the wind is really blowing, shake your head If the temperature is falling, rub your hands If the temperature is falling, rub your hands If the temperature is falling, and your spirits are appalling If the temperature is falling, rub your hands
If I Were Not a Bright Girl Guide

If I were not a bright Girl Guide Something else I'd rather be If I were not a bright Girl Guide

A washer woman I would be I'd be working all day long, singing this old song Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes If I were not a bright Girl Guide Something else I'd rather be If I were not a bright girl guide A bus conductor I would be I'd be working all day long, singing this old song Move along there, move along there, no more room inside, ding! Move along there, move along there, no more room inside, ding! Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes A secretary I would be Taking shorthand, taking shorthand, sitting on the bosses knee, oh! Taking shorthand, taking shorthand, sitting on the bosses knee, oh! Move along there, move along there, no more room inside, ding! Move along there, move along there, no more room inside, ding! Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes Wishy-washy, wishy-washy hanging up the clothes If I Were Not a . . . Scout (This is the Music Concert) Now I'm a Boy Scout, (or Girl Guide) as you can plainly see But if I weren't a Boy Scout (or Girl Guide) . . . A bird watcher I'd be Hark a lark, flying through the park, SPLAT! A plumber I would be Plunge it, flush it, look out below! A mermaid I would be Bloop, bloop, bloop, bloop, bloop, bloop! A carpenter I'd be Two by four, nail it to the floor! A secretary I'd be z-z-z-z get the point, z-z-z-z get the point? A teacher I would be Sit down, shut up, throw away your gum! An airline attendant I'd be Coffee, tea, or me, sir; here's your little bag, BLEH! A hippie I would be Love and peace, my hair is full of grease! A farmer I would be Here's a cow, there's a cow, and here's another yuck! A laundry worker I would be Starchy here, starchy there, starchy in your underwear! A cashier I would be Twenty nine, forty nine, here is your change, sir!

A gym teacher I'd be We must, we must, improve the bust! A medic I would be Turn around, drop your pants, jab, jab, jab! A doctor I would be Take a pill; pay my bill! I'm going golfing! An electrician I would be Positive, negative; turn on the juice-ZZZT! A Preacher I would be Well, well, you never can tell; you might go to heaven, or you might go to hell! A fireman I would be Jump lady! Jump lady! Whoo-ooah! GOTCHA! A cook I would be Mix it, bake it; heartburn-BURP! A ice cream maker I'd be Tutti-frutti, tutti-fruitti, nice ice cream! A politician I would be Raise the taxes, lower the pay, vote for me on election day! A butcher I would be Chop it up, grind it up, make a little patty! A garbage collector I'd be Lift it, dump it, sort out the goodies! A typist I would be Ticka, ticka, ticka, ticka, ticka, ticka, ZING! A [Domino's] pizza maker I'd be 30 minute, fast delivery! A clam digger I would be Dig one here, dig one there-Oh my frozen derriere! Superman I would be It's a bird, it's a plane, where is Lois Lane? Lois Lane I would be Get away, get away, get away, Clark Kent! A cyclist I would be peddle, peddle, peddle, peddle; ring, ring, ring! A truck driver I'd be Here's a curve, there's a curve. HERE'S A BETTER CURVE! Makes outline of shapely woman A house cleaner I'd be Ooh, a bug; squish it in the rug! A baby [toddler] I would be Mama, Dada, I wuv you! A (Opposite organization) I would be!
I Found a Million Dollar Baby

It was a lucky April shower It was the most convenient door I found a million dollar baby

In a five and ten cent store The rain continued for an hour I hung around for three or four Around a million dollar baby In a five and ten cent store She was selling china And when she made those eyes I kept buying china Until the crowd got wise Incident'ly, if you should run into a shower Just step inside my cottage door And meet a million dollar baby From the five and ten cent store
If You Knew Susie

If you knew Susie, like I knew Susie Oh, Oh, Oh what a girl There's none so classy as this fair lassie Oh, Oh, Holy mackerel what a chassis We went riding, she didn't balk Back from Yonkers, I'm the one who had to walk If you knew Susie, like I knew Susie Oh, Oh what a gal
If You're Happy and you Know It

If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands If you're happy and you know it, and you really want to show it If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands If you're happy and you know it, stamp your feet If you're happy and you know it, click your fingers If you're happy and you know it, nod your head If you're happy and you know it, shout "We Are" If you're happy and you know it, do all five
I Have Lost My Underwear

I have lost my underwear, I don't care, I'll go bare Bye, bye longjohns! They were very dear to me, tickled me, he, he, he!!! Bye, bye longjohns! How I'll miss that little trap door behind me If you see it you'll know where to find me I have lost my underwear, I don't care, I'll go bare Longjohns, bye, bye I Hear Thunder (Frere Jacques) I hear thunder, I hear thunder

Hark don't you?, hark don't you? Pitter patter raindrops, pitter patter raindrops I'm wet through, I'm wet through
I'm Being Swallowed by a Boa Constrictor

I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor And I don't like it one little bit! Oh no! He swallowed my toe Oh gee! He's up to my knee Oh my! He's up to my thigh Oh fiddle! He's up to my middle Oh heck! He's up to my neck Oh dread! He's up to my . . .
Make sound of victim being swallowed up I'll Sing You Jam O

I'll sing you jam O Green grow the rushes O What is your jam O Jam is jam and all the same And ever more shall be so I'll sing you beans O Green grow the rushes O What are your beans O Pork and beans in a little round tin Sauce on top and in between
Also:

Marg marg margarine Prunes in a sea of custard Roast beef cooked in a baby's bath Cocoa in the evening Enos after every meal
I Love the Mountains

I love the mountains, I love the rolling hills I love the flowers, I love the daffodils I love the campfire, when all the lights are low Boom-de-ada, boom-de-ada, boom-de-ada, boom-de-ada
I'm a Little Hunk of Tin

I'm a little hunk of tin, nobody knows what shape I'm in Got four wheels and a running board, I'm a four-door, I'm a Ford Honk-honk, rattle-rattle, don't crash, beep-beep Honk-honk, rattle-rattle, don't crash, beep-beep Honk-honk, rattle-rattle, don't crash, beep-beep Honk-honk, honk-honk, honk-honk

Actions: Honk-pull ears; rattle-shake head; crash-cover face with hands; beep-push on nose with flat of hand I Met a Bear (Sipping Cider Through a Straw) The other day, echo I met a bear, echo Out in the woods, away out there Point He looked at me, I looked at him He sized up me, I sized up him He says to me, "Why don't you run?" "'Cause I can see, you have no gun" I says to him, "That's a good idea" "Now legs get going, get me out of here!" I began to run, away from there But right behind me was that bear And on the path ahead of me I saw a tree, Oh glory be The lowest branch was ten feet up I'd have to jump and trust to luck And so I jumped into the air But I missed that branch away up there Now don't you fret, and don't you frown I caught that branch on the way back down That's all there is, there ain't no more Unless I meet that bear once more I Met a Polar Bear (Sipping Cider Through a Straw) The other day, I saw a bear A big white bear, I had to stare He stared right back, and seemed to grin His long white fangs, hung to his chin He move toward me, upon four paws And those four paws, held six-inch claws I couldn't move, my feet were froze As I saw steam, shoot from his nose But I was safe, because I knew This polar bear, was at the Zoo!
I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles

I'm forever blowing bubbles Pretty bubbles in the air They fly so high, nearly reach the sky Then like my dreams, they fade and die Fortunes always hiding, I've looked everywhere I'm forever blowing pretty bubbles in the air
I'm Happy When I'm Hiking

I'm happy when I'm hiking, pack upon my back

I'm happy when I'm hiking, on (off) the beaten track Out in the open country, that's the place for me With a true Scout friend, to the journey's end Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty miles a day Tramp, tramp, tramp, tramp . . .
I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover

I'm looking over a four leaf clover That I overlooked before One leaf is sunshine, the second is rain Third is the roses that grow in the lane No need explaining the one remaining Is somebody I adore I'm looking over a four leaf clover That I overlooked before
I'm Sitting on Top of the World

I'm sitting on top of the world Just rolling along, just rolling along I'm quitting the blues of the world Just singing a song, just singing a song "Glory Hallelujah", I just phoned the parson "Hey Par, get ready to call" Just like Humpty Dumpty, I'm going to fall I'm sitting on top of the world Just rolling along, just rolling along
I'm So Glad

I'm so glad we're meeting here tonight I'm so glad we're meeting here tonight I'm so glad we're meeting here tonight Sing glory hallelujah, I'm so glad I'm so glad we're singing round the fire . . . I'm so glad we're brothers everyone . . . I'm so glad we're travelling life's road . . . I'm so glad we're happy to be here . . .
Inch Worm

Inch worm, inch worm Measuring the marigolds You and your arithmetic You'll probably go far Inch worm, Inch worm Measuring the marigolds Seems to me you'd stop and see How beautiful they are Two and two are four

Four and four are eight Eight and eight are sixteen sixteen and sixteen are thirty-two
In Dublin's Fair City

In Dublin's fair city Where the girls are so pretty I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone As she wheeled her wheelbarrow Through streets broad and narrow Crying "Cockles and mussels,alive, alive-o" Alive alive-o Alive alive-o Crying "Cockles and mussels Alive, alive-o" She was a fishmonger And sure 'twas no wonder For so were her father and mother before They each wheeled their barrow Throught streets broad and narrow Crying "Cockles and mussels,alive, alive-o" She died of a fever And no-one could save her And that was the end of sweet Molly Malone But her ghost wheels her barrow Through streets broad and narrow Crying "Cockles and mussels, alive, alive-o"
I Never Picked Cotton

I never picked cotton But my mother did, and my brother did, and my sister did And my daddy die young workin' in a coal mine. When I was just a baby too little for the cotton track I played in the dirt while the others worked And they couldn't straighten up their back And I made myself a promise when I was big enough to run That I'd never stay a single day in that Oklahoma sun And ... Folks said that I grew up early, and that the farm couldn't hold me then So I stole ten bucks and a pick up truck and I never went back again Then it was fast cars and whiskey, long haired girls and fun I had ev'rything that money could bring and I took it all with a gun And ... It was Saturday night in Memphis when a redneck grabbed my shirt And he said go back to your cotton sack, I left him dyin' in the dirt And they'll take me in the mornin' to the gallows just outside And in the time I've got there ain't an awful lot that I can look back on with pride

And ...
In My Father's House

Oh come and go with me (allelujah) To my father's house (allelujah) To my father's house (allelujah) To my father's house Oh come and go with me (allelujah) To my father's house Where there's peace (forever) peace (forever peace) There's sweet communion there ... There'll be no parting there ...
In the Evening by the Moonlight

In the evening, by the moonlight, you could hear those campers singing In the evening, by the moonlight, you could hear those echoes ringing How the campers would enjoy it! They would sit all night and listen As we sang in the evening, by the moonlight (Rawdy-do-dah!) Second time through: Group responds to each "ing" word and "moonlight" with "rawdydo-dah" (except for "evening" in the last line)
In the Good Old Summertime

In the good old summer time, in the good old summer time Strolling through the shady lanes with your baby mine You hold her hand and she holds yours, and that's a very good sign That she's your tootsey wootsey in the good old summertime
Ira Congo

Ira congo___ Ira congo by ay Ira congo by ay congo By ay congo by ay
I've Got a Sausage

I've got a sausage A bonny bonny sausage If you put it in the oven it will swell If you prick it with a thistle The blooming thing will whistle Bonny my Scots blue gall
Irish Lullaby

Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ra, Too-ra-loo-ra-li Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ra, Hush, now don't you cry Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ra, Too-ra-loo-ra-li Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ra, That's an Irish Lullaby

I'se the B'y

I'se the b'y that builds the boat And I'se the b'y that sails her I'se the b'y that catches the fish And takes 'em home to Lizer Hip yer partner, Sally Tibo Hip yer partner, Sally Brown Fogo, Twillingate, Morton's Harbour All 'round the circle Sods and rinds to cover yer flake Cake and tea for supper Codfish in the spring of the year Fried in maggoty butter I don't want your maggoty fish That's no good for winter I could buy as good as that Down in Bonavista I took Lizer to a dance And faith, but she could travel And every step that she did take Was up to her knees in gravel
It Ain't Gonna Rain No More

It aint gonna rain no more no more It aint gonna rain no more So how the heck can I wash my neck If the soap's in the house next door Itched Up (John Brown's Body) The Mosquitoes wore tuxedoes And the blackflies wore black ties, The bride she was a spider And the groom he was a snake, They w;re going to a wedding In my Aunt Lucy's bedding, And she was the wedding cake. Glory, glory, hallelujah, You don't feel itchy, Aunty, do ya? Glory, glory, hallelujaih, The bugs marched down the aisle. The little honeymooners Were nice and cozy in her bloomers, And the guests all took their places In Aunt Lucy's pillowcases. The little beasts had such a feast,

They danced and flew and soared, All while Aunt Lucy snored.
It Hurts To Be In Love

I hurts to be in love when the only one you love Turns out to be someone who's not in love with you It hurts to love her so when deep down inside you know She will never want you, no matter what you do. And so you cry a little bit (to be in love) Oh I cry a little bit (to be in love) Day and night, night and day, It hurts to be in love this way How long can I exist, wanting things I never get? She gives all her kisses to everybody else She thinks I'm just a friend Though it hurts, I must pretend The only way to keep her is to keep it to myself And so I cry a little bit (to be in love) Day and night, night and day, It hurts to be in love this way And so I cry a little bit (to be in love) Oh I die a little bit (to be in love) Day and night, night and day, It hurts to be in love this way It hurts to be in love Day and night, night and day It hurts to be in love night and day, day and night It hurts to be in love It's a Good Time to get Acquainted (Tipperary) It's a good time to get acquainted It's a good time to know Who is sitting close beside you And to smile and say "Hello" Goodbye, chilly feeling Goodbye, glassy stare If we all join hands and pull together We're sure to get there
It's a Long Way to Tipperary

It's a long way to Tipperary It's a long way to go It's a long way to Tipperary To the sweetest girl I know Goodbye Piccadilly Farewell Leicester Square It's a long long way to Tipperary But my heart's right there It's an Insect World (It's a Small World) It's a world of centipedes, a world of moths

It's a world of katydids, a world of wasps There's so much that we share that it's time we're aware It's an insect world It's an insect covered world It's an insect covered world It's an insect covered world It's an insect world It's a world of beetles, a world of fleas It's a world of caterpillars, a world of bees In this world that we know there is so much to show It's an insect world It's a Scouting World (It's a Small World) It's a world of laughter, a world of tears It's a world of hopes and a world of fears There's so much that we share that it's time we're aware It's a Scouting world It's a Scouting world for all It's a Scouting world for all It's a Scouting world for all It's a Scouting world There is just one moon and a golden sun And Scouting means friendship for everyone Though the mountains divide and the oceans are wide It's a Scouting world
It's a Small World

It's a world of laughter, a world of tears It's a world of hopes and a world of fears There's so much that we share That it's time we were aware It's a small world after all It's a small world after all It's a small world after all It's a small world after all It's a small, small world There is just one moon And one golden sun And a smile means friendship to ev'ryone Though the mountains divide and the oceans are wide It's a small world after all It's Great Fun to Join a Cub Pack (Tipperary) It is great fun to join a Cub Pack It is great fun you bet

For the Cub gang leads to the Scout gang On your marks boys now get set Hurrah for Akela - Hi-ki hi-ki hi It is great fun to join a Cub Pack Hi-ki hi-ki hi
It's Magic

You sigh, the song begins You speak and I hear violins, It's magic The stars desert the skies And rush to nestle in your eyes, It's magic Without a golden wand or mystic charms Fantastic things begin When I am in your arms When we walk hand in hand The world becomes a wonderland, It's magic How else can I explain those rainbows When there is no rain, It's magic Why do I tell myself These things that happen are all really true? When in my heart I know, The magic is my love for you It was Friday Night when we Set Sail (The Mermaid) It was Friday night when we set sail And we were not far from the land When the captain spied a lovely mermaid With a comb and a brush in her hand, her hand, her hand With a comb and a brush in her hand Oh! the ocean waves may roll, may roll And the stormy winds may blow, may blow-o But we poor sailors go skipping to the tops While the land-lubbers lie down below, below, below While the land-lubbers lie down below Then up spoke the captain of our gallant ship And a fine old man was he Saying, "This fishy mermaid has warned us of our doom We shall sink to the bottom of the sea, the sea, the sea We shall sink to the bottom of the sea!" Then up spoke the mate of our gallant ship And a well spoken man was he "I've married a wife in Salem Town And tonight she a widow will be, will be, will be And tonight she a widow will be" Then up spoke the cook of our gallant ship And a RED HOT cook was he "I care much more for my kettles and my pots

Than I do for the bottom of the sea, the sea, the sea Than I do for the bottom of the sea Then up spoke the cabin boy of our gallant ship And a scurvy little rascal was he "I've nary a soul in Salem Town Who will care what happened to me, to me, to me Who will care what happened to me (Slowly) Then three times round, went our gallant ship Then three times round went she Then three times round, went our gallant ship And she sank to the bottom of the sea, the sea, the sea And she sank to the bottom of the sea
It Was Love

Alone at the corner table, he was watching me watching her I was singing about an old flame burning, he was hanging on every word I was pouring out my feelings, he was pouring out the wine Through the smoke and the beer it was perfectly clear That we were judging each others mind It was love ten feet away Imagine her in my arms with that look in her face Flyin' somewhere in some shadowy place It was love, just ten feet away. I just knew my closing song would do it, I knew that I was heaven bound I could tell she was moved, but before I was through me This stranger walked up and sat down He was trying his best to impress her, but she never took her eyes off When he got up and left, I said to myself; Woe a o what a night this will be
I've Been Working On The Railroad

I've been working on the railroad All the live long day I've been working on the railroad Just to pass the time away Can't you hear the whistle blowing? Rise up so early in the morn Don't you hear the captain shouting "Dinah, blow your horn" Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah won't you blow Dinah, won't you blow your horn? Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah won't you blow Dinah, won't you blow your horn? Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah Someone's in the kitchen I know Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah Strumming on the old banjo, and singing "Fee-fi, fiddle-e-i-o, Fee-fi-fiddle-e-i-o

Fee-fi-fiddle-e-i-o," strumming on the old banjo I-Vee (My Bonnie) My body has calomine lotion My body's as sore as can be The flowers I gathered for Granny Turned out to be poison I-Vee Don't touch, don't touch You'll get a rash from I-Veee It will, itch bad And it looks worse than ac-nee
I've Got Sixpence

I've got sixpence, jolly, jolly sixpence I've got sixpence, to last me all my life I've got twopence to spend, and twopence to lend And twopence to send home to my wife. Poor wife! No cares have I to grieve me, no pretty little girls to deceive me I'm as happy as a lark, believe me. As we go rolling, rolling home Rolling home, rolling home Rolling home, rolling home Rolling home to my home by the sea, boom, boom, boom Happy as the day when our leaders get their pay As we go rolling, rolling home I've got fourpence, jolly, jolly fourpence I've got fourpence, to last me all my life I've got twopence to spend, and twopence to lend And no pence to send home to my wife. Poor wife! I've got twopence, jolly, jolly twopence I've got twopence, to last me all my life I've got twopence to spend, and no pence to lend And no pence to send home to my wife. Poor wife! I've got no pence, jolly, jolly no pence . . . I've got no pence, to last me all my life I've got no pence to spend, and no pence to lend And no pence to send home to my wife. Poor wife!
I've Got That Scouting Spirit

I've got that Scouting spirit up in my head, up in my head, up in my head I've got that Scouting spirit up in my head, up in my head to stay 2. I've got that Scouting spirit deep in my heart 3. I've got that Scouting spirit down in my feet 4. I've got that Scouting spirit all over me
I've Got the Joy

I've got the joy, joy, joy, joy, down in my heart Down in my heart, down in my heart

I've got the joy, joy, joy, joy, down in my heart Down in my heart to stay And I'm so very happy, I've got the love of Jesus in my heart And I'm so happy, so very happy I've got the love of Jesus in my heart
I Whistle a Happy Tune

Whenever I feel afraid, I hold my head erect And whistle a happy tune, so no one will suspect I'm afraid While shivering in my shoes, I strike a careless pose And whistle a happy tune, and no one ever knows I'm afraid The result of this deception is very strange to tell For when I fool the people I fear, I fool myself as well! I whistle a happy tune and every single time The happiness in the tune convinces me that I'm not afraid Make believe you're brave, and the trick will take you far You may be as brave as you make believe you are I Wish I Was (If You're Happy) Oh, I wish I was a little stripe-ed skunk Oh, I wish I was a little stripe-ed skunk I would sit up in the tree-sies, and perfume all the breezies Oh, I wish I was a little stripe-ed skunk 2. Mosquito-Oh, I'd itchy and I'd bitey, under everybody's nighty 3. Cake of Soap-Oh, I'd slippy and I'd slidey over every-body's hidey 4. Fishy in the Sea-Oh, wouldn't I look cute, without my bathing suit 5. English Sparrow-Oh, I'd sit up in the steeple, and spit on all the people 6. Bog o' Mud-Oh, I'd oozy and I'd goozy into everybody's shoesie 7. Slippery Root-Oh, I'd stick up in the trail, and I'd flop you on you tail 8. Candle Flame-Oh, I'd be so very bright, and go out every night 9. Safety Pin-And everything that's busted, I would hold until I rusted 10. Can of Soda-I'd go down with a slurp, and come up with a burp 11. Kangaroo-Oh, I'd hippy and I'd hoppy inside my mommy's pockie 12. Spoon of Castor Oil-Oh, I'd lubricate the chassies of all the lads and lassies 13. Sugar Bun-Oh, I'd slippy and I'd slidey into everyone's insides 14. Juicy little orange-When you squeeze me, I would squirty onto everybody's shirty 15. Foreign car-I would run and I'd speedy over slow pedestrians' feety 16. Water Bed-Oh, I'd wobble and I'd wiggle and make the sleepers giggle
I Zick Zimba

I zicka zimba, zimba, zimba I zicka zimba, zimba, hey I zicka zimba, zimba, zimba I zicka zimba, zimba, hey Hold him down, you Zulu Warrior Hold him down, you Zulu chief Chief chief chief..

Jack was Every Inch a Sailor

Now 'twas twenty-five or thirty years Since Jack first saw the light He came into this world of woe one dark and stormy night He was born on board his father's ship As she was lying 'bout Twenty-five or thirty miles south of Badalieu Jack was every inch a sailor Five and twenty years a whaler Jack was every inch a sailor He was born upon the bright blue sea When Jack grew up to be a man He went to Labrador He fished in Indian Harbour where his father fished before On his returning in the fog, he met a heavy gale And Jack was swept into the sea, and swallowed by a whale The whale went straight for Baffin Bay, about ninty knots an hour And every time he'd blow a spray He'd send it in a shower "Oh now" says Jack unto himself I must see what he's about He caught the whale by the tail, and turned him inside out
Jamaica Farewell

Down the way where the nights are gay And the sun shines daily on the mountain tops I took a trip on a sailing ship And when I reached Jamaica, I made a stop But I'm sad to say, I'm on my way Won't be back for many a day My heart is down, my head is spinning around I had to leave a little girl in Kingston town Sounds of laughter everywhere And the dancing girls swaying to and fro I must declare my heart is there Tho' I've been from Maine to Mexico Down at the market you can hear Ladies cry out while on their heads they bear Saki rice, salt fish are nice And the rum is good anytime of year Jaws (Do Re Mi) JAWS A mouth, a great big mouth TEETH The things that kinda crunch BITE The friendly sharks "hello" US His favourite juicy lunch

BLOOD That turns the ocean red CHOMP That means the sharks been fed GULP That will bring us back to JAWS! JAWS! JAWS! JAWS! John Brown's Baby (Battle Hymn of the Republic) John Brown's baby had a cold upon its chest John Brown's baby had a cold upon its chest John Brown's baby had a cold upon its chest So they rubbed it with camphorated oil The second time through, replace the word, "chest" by patting the chest. Next time, substitute a cough for the word, "cold" Then, substitute baby-rocking arm motions for the word, "baby"
John Browns Body

John Brown's body's, lies a mouldring in the grave John Brown's body's, lies a mouldring in the grave John Brown's body's, lies a mouldring in the grave And he ain't gonna live no more Glory, glory, alleluia Glory, glory, alleluia Glory, glory, alleluia And he ain't gonna live no more
John Brown's Flivver

John Brown's flivver's got a puncture in its tyre John Brown's flivver's got a puncture in its tyre John Brown's flivver's got a puncture in its tyre So he mended it with chewing gum Chorus: Chewey, ewey, ewey, ewey, etc.
Johnny Appleseed

The Lord is good to me And so I thank the Lord For giving me the things I need The sun, the rain and the apple seed The Lord is good to me And every seed that grows Shall grow into a tree And one day soon There'll be apples there For everyone in the world to share The Lord is good to me

Jump Down Turn Around

Jump down turn around, pick a bale of cotton Jump down turn around, pick a bale a day Oh lordy, pick a bale of cotton Oh lordy, pick a bale a day Oh lordy, pick a bale of cotton Oh lordy, pick a bale a day Pick a pick a pick a pick a Pick a bale of cotton Pick a pick a pick a pick a Pick a bale a day Junior Birdmen (On Brave Old Army Team) Up in the air, Junior Birdmen; up in the air, upside down Up in the air, Junior Birdmen; with your noses to the ground And when you hear the grand announcement: that your wings are made of tin Well, then you know, Junior Birdmen, it's time to send your box tops in For it takes: 5 box tops, 4 bottle bottoms, 3 coupons, 2 wrappers, and one thin dime! Actions: Make a face mask each time you sing the words, "Junior Birdmen" by lacing your fingers. Then, with thumbs under the chin, twist your hands outwards so that you make goggles for the eyes. On "Upside down," perform a jet plane swoop outstretched arms. On "Ground," bring the swooping arms as near to the ground as possible
Just a Boy and a Girl

Just a boy and a girl in a little canoe with the moon shining all around And he paddled and he paddled so slow and easy that you couldn't even hear a sound And they talked and they talked 'til the moon grew dim He said, "You better kiss me or get out and swim" So, what ya gonna do in a little canoe With the moon shining all all around Just a boy and a girl in a little canoe with the moon shining all around And he paddled and he paddled so slow and easy that you couldn't even hear a sound And they talked and they talked 'til the moon grew dim He said, "You better kiss me or get out and swim" So, what ya gonna do in a little canoe With the boats floating all a . . Just a boy and a girl in a little canoe with the moon shining all around And he paddled and he paddled so slow and easy that you couldn't even hear a sound And they talked and they talked 'til the moon grew dim He said, "You better kiss me or get out and swim" So, what ya gonna do in a little canoe With the GIRL swimming all around Kee Chee A wuni kuni ka yah wuni

A wuni kuni ka yah wuni Ahyi yi iki ay kae ayna Ahyi yi iki ay kae ayna Ah ooo, ah ooo, ah dee mee KEE CHEE Actions: 1. Hands on own knees; hands on knees of person to the left; hands on own knees; hands on knees of person to the right 2. Hands on own knees; hands crossed on own knees; hands uncrossed on own knees; Left hand on knee of person to the left while right hand in knee of person to the right 3. Left arm extends forward; right hand touches left wrist then left shoulder; left hand crosses to to right shoulder; right arm extends forward; left hand touches right wrist then right shoulder; right hand crosses to left shoulder. (At end of song, hands are crossed, touching opposite shoulder)
K-K-K-Katy

K-K-K-Katy, beautiful Katy You're the only g-g-g-girl that I adore When the m-m-moon shines over the cow-shed I'll be waiting at your k-k-k-kitchen door K-K-K-Katy (Variation) Mo-mo-mosquito, bloody mosquito You're the only b-b-b-bug that I abhor When the m-m-moon shines over the campsite I will scratch my b-b-b-bites until they're sore Ch-ch-ch-chicken, a la-la king-en You're so g-g-g-good I want some more When b-banquet is all over I'll be waiting at the b-b-b-bathroom door G-g-g-grapefruit, belligerent grapefruit You're the only f-f-f-fruit that I detest When I sp-spoon you from the rind All the j-j-j-juice squirts right out on my vest I-i-i-ice cream, c-c-c-cake-um You're the very f-f-f-food that I adore When I've f-finished with my salad P-p-p-please come through the k-k-k-kitchen door
Kookaburra

Kookaburra sits in an old gum tree Merry, merry king of the bush is he Laugh Kookaburra, laugh Kookaburra Merry merry gay your life must be Ha, ha, ha! Kookaburra sits in an old gum tree Eating all the gum drops he can see Stop Kookaburra, stop Kookaburra

Save some there for me Yum, yum, yum! Kum Ba Yah (Come By Here) Kum ba yah, my Lord, kum ba yah! Kum ba yah, my Lord, kum ba yah! Kum ba yah, my Lord, kum ba yah! Oh Lord, kum ba yah! Someone's sleeping, Lord . . Someone's crying, Lord . . Someone's singing, Lord . . Someone's laughing, Lord . . Someone's praying, Lord . . Someone's Scouting, Lord . . Someone's camping, Lord . . Add other verses, as appropriate Actions: "Kum Ba Yah" - hand over hand, then arms out to either side "Lord" - extend arms upward "Scouting" - Scout sign "camping" - make tent shape with hands
Land of the Silver Birch Land of the silver birch, home of the beaver

Where still the mighty moose wanders at will Blue lake and rocky shore I will return once more Boom-diddi-eye-di, boom-diddi-eye-di Boom-diddi-eye-di, boom My heart is sick for you, here in the lowlands I will return to you, hills of the north Swift as a silver fish, canoe of birch bark Thy mighty waterways carry me forth There where the blue lake lies, I'll set my wigwam Close to the water's edge, silent and still Leaders (Barges) Out of my tent flap looking in the night I can see the leaders, boy, what a sight! Curlers in their hair and cold cream on their face They look like something from outer space Leaders, I would like to be like you I would like to have some privileges too Leaders, have you cookies that you hold? Do you share with Scouts brave and bold Out of my tent flap looking in the night I can see those leaders having a fight

Silently goes a pillow through the air And here comes someone's underwear Leaders, I don't want to be with you I would probably end up black and blue Leaders, have you cookies that you hold? Do you share with Scouts good as gold
Leapfrog

One hedgehog edged up to the hedge as the other hedgehog edged down One hedgehog edged up to the hedge as the other hedgehog edged down One hedgehog edged up to the hedge as the other hedgehog edged down As one hedgehog edged up the hedge as the other hedgehog edged down There were only playing leapfrog There were only playing leapfrog There were only playing leapfrog As one hedgehog edged up the hedge as the other hedgehog edged down
Other Verses:

A spider espyed a spider astride anothe spider's back One photographer photographed another photographers back
Let's All Sing

Let's all sing like the birdies sing Tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet Let's all sing like the birdies sing Give yourself a treat Let's all warble like nightingales Life can be so sweet Now you know all the words So let's sing like the birds Tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet, tweet Lions and Tigers and Bears (When Johnny Comes Marching Home) When lions are roaming on the plain, hurrah, hurrah When lions are roaming on the plain, hurrah, hurrah When lions are roaming on the plain we fall on our knees and pray for rain And we all go running up to the hills to get out of their way Hey, hey, hey When tigers go stalking in the wood . . . All creatures do what they know they should When bears are growling loud and long . . . Everyone flees but the young and the strong When rhinos go marching to the lake . . . Trees do bend and the ground does shake
Lion Hunt

We're going on a lion hunt

We're not scared Got me gun by me side And bullets too Coming up to short grass now Cant go under it Cant go round it Got to go through it, swish, swish, swish, swish (softly pushing grass aside with small movements of hands) Coming up to long grass now Got to go through it, swoosh, swoosh, swoosh, swoosh (loudly pushing grass aside with large movements of hands) Coming up to mud now Got to go through it, squelch, squelch, squelch, squelch (raises hands slowly as if stuck in mud) Coming up to a bridge now Got to go through it, boom, boom, boom, boom (beat chest rhythmically for sound of bridge crossing) Coming up to cave now It's very dark I've found s..s.. something It's soft and furry It's warm and moves AHHH! it's a lion, run!!! boom, boom, boom, boom squelch, squelch, squelch, squelch swoosh, swoosh, swoosh, swoosh swish, swish, swish, swish Phew! You coming on a lion hunt? NO! Little Black Things (Clemintine) Little black things, little black things Crawling up and down my arms If I wait 'til they have babies I could start a black thing farm Haven't taken a bath in two weeks And I never change my clothes I have got these little black things Where they come from heaven knows Once a cute girl tried to kiss me But she jumped and gave a yell And I never got to ask her Was it the black things or the smell
Little Rabbit

In a cabin in the woods, little old man by the window stood Saw a rabbit hopping by, frightened as can be

"Help me, help me, help me." He said "Before the hunter shoots me dead" Come little rabbit, come inside; safely at my side
Little Rabbit Frew Frew

Little rabbit Frew Frew Hopping through the forest Scooping up the field mice And bopping them on the head When along came the Good Fairy and she said Little rabbit Frew Frew I don't like you attitude Scooping up the field mice And bopping them on the head So I'm going to give you three chances and if you don't behave I'm going to turn you into a goon When along came the Good Fairy and she said Little rabbit Frew Frew I don't like you attitude Scooping up the field mice And bopping them on the head So I'm going to give you two more chances and if you don't behave I'm going to turn you into a goon When along came the Good Fairy and she said Little rabbit Frew Frew I don't like you attitude Scooping up the field mice And bopping them on the head So I'm going to give you one more chance and if you don't behave I'm going to turn you into a goon When along came the Good Fairy and she said Little rabbit Frew Frew I don't like you attitude Scooping up the field mice And bopping them on the head I've given you three chance and you didn't behave So I'm going to turn you into a goon And the moral of this story is Hare today, Goon tomorrow
London Bridge is Falling Down

London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down London Bridge is falling down, my fair lady Buld it up with sticks and stones, sticks and stones, sticks and stones Build it up with sticks and stones, my fair lady
London's Burning

Londons burning, Londons burning Fetch the engines, fetch the engines

Fire Fire, Fire Fire Pour on water, Pour on water
Lord Jim

I know an old bloke and his name is Lord Jim, And he had a wife who threw tomatoes at him, Now tomatoes are juicy, don't injure the skin, But these ones they did, they was inside a tin. Ma (He's Making Eyes at Me) Ma, he's making eyes at me! Ma, he's awful nice to me! Ma, he's almost breaking my heart I'm beside him, mercy! Let his conscience guide him Ma, he wants to marry me Be my honey bee Every minute he gets bolder Now he's leaning on my shoulder Ma, he's kissing me!
Mairzy Doats

Mairzy doats and dozy doats and liddle lamzy divey A kiddley divey too, wouldn't you? Yes! Mairzy doats and dozy doats and liddle lamzy divey A kiddley divey too, wouldn't you? If the words sound queer and funny to your ear A little bit jumbled and jivey Sing, "Mares eat oats and does eat oats And little lambs eat ivy" Oh! Mairzy doats and dozey doats and liddle lamzy divey A kiddley divey too, wouldn't you? A kiddley divey too, wouldn't you?
Make New Friends

Make new friend but keep the old One is silver but the other gold A circle is round, it has no end That's how long I want to be your friend I have a hand, and you have another Put them together and we have each other
Marianne

Marianne, oh, Marianne, oh, won't you marry me? We can have a bamboo hut and brandy in the tea Leave your fat old mama home; she never will say yes If mama don't know now, she can guess

(spoken) MY, MY, YES All day, all night, Marianne Down by the seaside sifting sand Even little children love Marianne Down by the seaside sifting sand When she walks along the shore, people pause to greet White birds fly around her, little fish come to her feet In her heart is love, but I'm the only mortal man Who's allowed to kiss my Marianne (spoken) DON'T RUSH ME When we marry, we will have a time you never saw I will be so happy, I will kiss my mother-in-law. (phooey!) Children by the dozen in and out the bamboo hut One for every palm tree and coconut (spoken) HURRY UP NOW!
Mary

For it was Mary, Mary Plain as any name can be But with propriety, society We'll say Marie For it was Mary, Mary Long before the fashions came And there is something there That sounds so square It's a grand old name
Melancholy Baby

Come to me, my melancholy baby Cuddle up and don't feel blue All your fears are foolish fancies baby You know dear, that I'm in love with you Every cloud must have a silver lining Wait until the sun shines through Smile my honey, dear, while I kiss away each tear Or else I shall be melancholy, too
Menu Song

Today is Monday, today is Monday Monday-Roast beef! Is everybody happy? Well, I should say Today is Tuesday, today is Tuesday Tuesday-String beans! Monday-Roast beef! Is everybody happy? Well, I should say Continue in the same way, adding a new day each time and sing back down to Monday with each verse:

Wednesday-Sou-oop! Thursday-Meat loaf! Friday-Fish day! Saturday-Baked beans! Sunday-Worship! To add variety and interest, break up your audience into groups and assign a specific day to each group. The group assigned to a specific day stands while singing and sits while not. Everyone sings "Is everybody happy . . . ."
Michael Row the Boat

Michael, row the boat ashore, Alleluia Michael, row the boat ashore, Alleluia Sister, help to trim the sail Sister, help to trim the sail Brother, lend a helping hand Brother, lend a helping hand Jordan's river is deep and wide Milk and honey on the other side
Micheal Finnegan

There was an old man named Michael Finnegan He grew whiskers on his chinnigin The wind came around and blew them in again Poor old Michael Finnegan begin again There was an old man named Michael Finnegan He got drunk through drinking ginnigin Thus he wasted all his tinnigin Poor old Michael Finnegan begin again . . . He kicked up and awful din again Because they said he must not sin again . . . . . . He went fishing with a pin again Caught a fish and dropped it in again . . . . . . Climbed a tree and barked his shin again Took off several yards of skin again . . . . . . He grew fat and then grew thin again Then he died and had to begin again . . .
Mission Bell (Say that you love me, say those pretty words

And I will give my love to you) My love is higher than a mission bell (How deep) Deeper than a wishing well (How strong) Stronger than a magic spell My love (la la) for you is wider than the widest sea (How long) Longer than memory (How sweet) Sweeter than a honey tree, my love (la la), o-oh-(lala)

My love (la la) mm-mmm (la la) for you Give me your heart of gold, you heavenly magic touch To cherish and to hold, I need your "yes" so much! (Say that you love me, say those pretty words And I will give my love to you) My love is warmer than the greatest rang (How bright) Brighter than a diamond ring (How great) Greater than a mighty king My love (la la) for you is taller than the tallest tree (How soft) Softer than the summer breeze Ooooh I ask you please give (la la) your love (la la) your love (la la) Sweet love (la la) to me (Say that you love me, say those pretty words And I will give my love to yo.) MM, MM, I'd Like to Linger Mm, mm, I'd like to linger Mm, mm, a little longer Mm, mm, a little longer here with you Mm, mm, its such a perfect night Mm, mm, it doesn't seem quite right Mm, mm, that it should be my last with you Mm, mm, and come December Mm, mm, I will remember Mm, mm, our campfire bright and friendships true Mm, mm, and as the years go by Mm, mm, I'll think you you and sigh Mm, mm, this is goodnight and not goodbye
Momma Don't Allow

Well Momma don't 'low no more singin' round here Momma don't 'low no singin' round here Well we don't care what Momma don't 'low Gonna sing our heads off anyhow Momma don't 'low no singin' round here Well Momma don't 'low no duet singin' round here Momma don't 'low no duet singing round here Well we don't care what Momma don't 'low Gonna sing our duets anyhow Momma don't 'low no duet singing here Well Momma don't 'low no D.H. Laurence here Momma don't 'low no D.H. Laurence here Well we don't care what Momma don't 'low Gonna mail Lady Chatelaine anyhow Momma don't 'low no D.H. Laurence round here Well Momma don't 'low no (Something) round here Momma don't 'low no (Something) round here

Well we don't care what Momma don't 'low Gonna (Something) anyhow Momma don't 'low no (Something) round here Mom, Wash My Underware (God Bless America) Mom, wash my underware, my only pair We can find them, and move them From the heap by the side of the chair To the washer, to the clothesline To my backpack, to my rear Mom, wash my underware, my only pair Mom, wash my underware, my only pair
Moonlight Bay

We were sailing along, on Moonlight Bay We could hear the voices ringing, they seemed to say "You have stolen my heart, now don't go way" As we sang love's old sweet song on Moonlight Bay
Moon River

Moon River, wider than a mile I'm crossing you in style some day Old dream maker, you heart breaker Wherever you're going, I'm going your way Two drifters, off to see the world There's such a lot of world to see We're after the same rainbow's end My Huckleberry friend, Moon River and me
Morning Has Broken

Morning has broken, like the first morning Blackbird has spoken, like the first bird Praise for the singing, praise for the morning Praise for them springing fresh from the word Sweet the rain's new fall, sunlit from heaven Like the first dew fall on the first grass Praise for the sweetness of the wet garden Sprung in completeness where His feet pass Mine is the sunlight, mine is the morning Born of the one light Eden saw play Praise with elation, praise every morning God's re-creation of the new day Cool the grey clouds roll, peaking the mountains Gull in her free flight, swooping the skies Praise for the mystery, misting the morning Behind the shadow, waiting to shine I am the sunrise, warming the heavens

Spilling my warm glow over the earth Praise for the brightness of this new morning Filling my spirit with Your great love Mine is a turning, mine is a new life Mine is a journey closer to You Praise for the sweet glimpse, caught in a moment Joy breathing deeply, dancing in flight
Morning is Here

Morning is here, the board is spread Thanks be to God, who gives us bread
Movin' On

That big engineer rollin' down the track Means a true love in that he ain't commin' back I'm movin' on, I'll soon be gone You were flyin' too high for my little old sky so I'm movin' on That big loud whistle as she blew and blew Said hello to the southlands, we're a commin' to you We're movin' on, oh hear my song You had the laugh on me so I'm settin' you free, I'm movin' on Mister engineer take that throttle in hand This ratteler's the fastest in the southern land Keep rollin' on, keep movin' on You're gonna ease my mind, put me there on time, keep movin on Well I've warned you baby, from time to time But you just wouldn't listen so baby o' mine I'm a movin' on. Ye' I'm rollin' on You've broken your vow and it's all over now so I'm movin' on But someday baby when you've had your play You're gonna want your daddy but your daddy will say: Keep movin' on, you've stayed away too long I'm through with you, too bad you're blue, keep movin' on But I'm rollin' on, keep movin' on Mules (Auld Lang Syne) On mules we find two legs behind, and two we find before We stand behind before we find, what the two behind be for When we're behind the two behind, we find what these be for So stand before the two behind, and behind the two before
Music Man

I am the music man and I come from down your way And I can play What can you play? I play piano Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano

Pia-pia-piano, pia-piano Big bass drum Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano Triangle Ting-a-ting-a-ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano Trombone um-pa, um-pa, um-pa-pa Ting-a-ting-a-ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano Viola vio-vio-viola, viola, viola um-pa, um-pa, um-pa-pa Ting-a-ting-a-ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano Bagpipes Nasal sound to "Scotland the Brave" vio-vio-viola, viola, viola um-pa, um-pa, um-pa-pa Ting-a-ting-a-ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano Dam Busters Act like a plane, singing "Dambusters" theme Nasal sound to "Scotland the Brave" vio-vio-viola, viola, viola um-pa, um-pa, um-pa-pa Ting-a-ting-a-ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling Boom, boom, boom-boom-boom Pia-pia-piano, piano, piano
My Aunt Came Back

My Aunt came back from old Algiers; She brought to me a pair of shears . . . from old Japan . . . a hand-made fan . . . from Holland too . . . a wooden shoe (stomp foot) . . . from Kalamazoo . . . some gum to chew . . . from the Belgian fair . . . a rocking chair . . . when she was able . . . a ping pong table. (turn head) from side to side] . . . from the Hebrides . . . some itchy fleas. (squirm) . . . from the Argentine . . . a sewing machine . . . from Timbuctu . . . some nuts like you! At the end of each stanza, add a suitable motion for the audience to do (standing).

As the motions accumulate the audience has an increasingly difficult time doing them all the same time hence the appropriateness of the last stanza
My Aunt Greet

My Aunt Greet, vee-da vee-da veet Has a puss, vee-da vee-da vuss And that puss, vee-da vee-da vuss Has a tail, ____ And that tail, vee-da vee-da vail Has a curl, vee-da vee-da vurl And that curl, vee-da vee-da vurl Has a tip, comma And that tip, vee-da vee-da vip Has a curl, vee-da vee-da vurl And that curl, vee-da vee-da vurl Has a tail, ____ And that tail, vee-da vee-da vail Has a puss, vee-da vee-da vuss And that puss, vee-da vee-da vuss Has MY AUNT!
My Blue Heaven

When whippoorwills call and evening is nigh I hurry to my blue heaven A turn to the right, a little white light Will lead you to my blue heaven You'll see a smiling face, a fireplace, a cozy room A little nest that's nestled where the roses bloom Just Mollie and me, and baby makes three We're happy in my blue heaven
My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean

My bonnie lies over the ocean My bonnie lies over the sea My bonnie lies over the ocean Oh bring back my bonnie to me Bring back, bring back Oh bring back my bonnie to me, to me Bring back, bring back Oh bring back my bonnie to me Actions bonnie - embrace your self lies - make a pillow with both hands over - draw a bridge in the air ocean - draw waves in the air sea - draw waves in the air bring back - gesture come back

Oh - make a letter O to - show two fingers My Bonnie (Variation) My Bonnie's complexion was makeup her face, it was beauteous to see Until she got caught in a rainstorm Oh, bring back my Bonnie to me Bring back, bring back Oh bring back my bonnie to me, to me Bring back, bring back Oh bring back my bonnie to me My Bonnie leaned over the gas tank the height of its contents to see I lighted a match to assist her Oh, bring back my Bonnie to me My Bonnie has tuberculosis my Bonnie has only one lung My Bonnie can cough up raw oysters and roll them around on her tongue My mother's an apple pie maker my father he fiddles for tin My sister scrubs floors for a living Oh boy, how the money rolls in Last night as I lay on my pillow last night as I lay on my bed I stuck my feet out the window next morning my neighbors were dead My Dog Rover (I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover) I'm looking over my dead dog Rover That I overran with the mower One leg is missing, another is gone One leg is scattered all over the lawn No need explaining, the one remaining Is stuck in the kitchen door I'm looking over my dead dog Rover That I overran with the mower I'm looking over my dead dog Rover Who died on the kitchen floor One leg is broken, the other is lame The third leg is missing, the fourth needs a cane No need explaining, the tail remaining Was caught in the oven door I'm looking over my dead dog Rover Who died on the kitchen floor

My Dream Came True (I've Been Working on the Railroad) I was dreaming of a campfire, burning clear and bright Sparkling stars were all above me, upon a summer's night I was dreaming that my best friends all were dreaming too When I woke and looked around me, I saw my dream came true My Father's A Lavatory Cleaner (My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean) My father's a lavatory cleaner He works both by day and by night And when he comes home in the evening He's covered all over in Shine Up your buttons with Brasso Its only three apence a tin You can buy it or nick it from Woolworths But I doubt if they'll have any in Some say that he died of a fever Some say that he dies of a fit But I know what my father dies of He died of the smell of the Shine Up your buttons with Brasso Its only three apence a tin You can buy it or nick it from Woolworths But I doubt if they'll have any in Some say that he's buried in a graveyard Som say that he's buried in a pit But I know where my fathers buried He's buried in six feet of Shine Up your buttons with Brasso Its only three apence a tin You can buy it or nick it from Woolworths But I doubt if they'll have any in
My Father's House

Oh, won't you come with me, to my Father's house To my Father's house, to my Father's house Oh, won't you come with me, to my Father's house There is peace, peace, peace There's sweet communion there, in my Father's house . . . There'll be no parting there . . .
My Gal Sal

They called he a frivolous Sal A peculiar sort of a gal With a heart that was mellow

An all 'round good fellow was my old pal Your troubles, sorrows and care She was always willing to share A wild sort of devil But dead on the level, was my gal Sal
My Hat It Has Three Corners

My hat it has three corners Three corners has my hat And had it not three corners It would not be my hat The first time, sing all the words. The second time, touch the top of the head instead of saying the word, "hat" The third time, also hold up three fingers instead of saying the word, "three" The fourth time, keep all the previous actions and hold up an elbow instead of saying the word, "corners" My Leader (My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean) My leader fell into a pothole In a glacier while climbing an Alp He's still there after 50 long winters And all you can see is his scalp Bring back, bring back O bring back my leader to me, to me Bring back, bring back O bring back my leader to me, to me My leader was proud of his whiskers To shave them would give him the blues They hung all the way to his ankles And he used them for shining his shoes My leader had faith in a sailboat He had built from an old hollow tree My leader set sail for Australia Now my leader lies under the sea My leader made friends with hyenas He gave them a ride on his raft When a crocodile reached up and grabbed him The hyenas just sat there and laughed My leader annoyed his dear parents They tossed him right out of the bus And if we don't mend our behavior Why that's what will happen to us My Old Man's a Dustman (Variation) O, my old man's a dustman He wears a dustman's hat He bought two thousand tickets

To see a football match Oh, Fatty passed to Skinny And Skinny passed it back Fatty took a rotten shot And knocked the goalie flat, OOH! Where was the goalie When the ball went in the net? Halfway up the goalpost With his trousers round his neck, singing Oompah, oompah Stick it up you jumper Rule Britannia, marmalde and jam We threw sausages at our old man They put him on a stetcher They put him on a bed They rubbed his belly With a five pound jelly But the poor old soul was dead
My Poor Old Man Was Crossing the Road

My poor old man was crossing the road, crossing the road, crossing the road My poor old man was crossing the road When along came a bicycle wheel (draw circle in the air) Oh don't let the wheel of my bike oh don't let the wheel of my bike oh don't let the wheel of my bike Run over my poor old man Double decker bus (hand flat face down one above the other moving alternately) Fish and chip van (mime eating) My Stomach Has Had It (My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean) My breakfast lies over the ocean My dinner lies over the sea My stomach is in a commotion Don't mention my supper to me Bring back, bring back, Oh bring Back my bucket to me, to me Bring back, bring back, Oh bring Back my bucket to me, to me I really felt rotten this morning They tell me I really looked pale My stomach gave adequate warning To lean far out over the rail

The sound of a stomach in motion A murmuring noise inside me I looked down and there on the water Was breakfast and dinner and tea My Tall Silk Hat (Funiculi, Funicula) One day, as I was riding on the subway My tall silk hat, my tall silk hat I laid it on the seat beside me My tall silk hat, my tall silk hat A big, a-fat-a-lady sat upon it My tall silk hat, my tall silk hat A big, a-fat-a-lady sat upon it My tall silk hat, my tall silk hat Christopher Columbo, now what do think of that A big, a-fat-a-lady sat upon it My tall silk hat, my tall silk hat My hat she broke and that's no joke My hat she broke and that's no joke Christopher Col umbo, now what do think of that my hat, my hat, my hat she smashed National Embalming School (O, Tannenbaum) We live for you, we die for you, National Embalming School We do our best to give you rest, National Embalming School And when you die, we'll dig a hole, and bury you so deep and cold We live for you, we die for you, National Embalming School Post mortem, post mortem, post mortem, autopsy we must have Post mortem, post mortem, post mortem, autopsy we must have Cut! Slash! Gash! Bleed! We must know the reason Glory how the body stinks! It must be out of season We live for you, we die for you, National Embalming School Nature Trail to Hell (In 3-D) Coming this Christmas to a theater near you The most horrifying film to hit the screen! There's a homicidal maniac who finds a Cub scout troop! And he hacks up two or three in every scene Please don't reveal the secret ending to your friends Don't spoil the the big surprise. You won't believe your eyes When you see Nature Trail to Hell Nature Trail to Hell, Nature Trail to Hell In 3-D Nature Trail to Hell, Nature Trail to Hell Nature Trail to Hell In 3-D See severed heads that almost fall right in your lap See that bloody hatchet coming right at you

No, you'll never see hideous effects like these again Till we bring you Nature Trail to Hell, Part II So bring the kids along, it's good clean family fun What have you got to lose? If you like the Six O'clock News Then you'll like Nature Trail to Hell Nature Trail to Hell, Nature Trail to Hell In 3-D Nature Trail to Hell, Nature Trail to Hell Nature Trail to Hell In 3-D
Nellie Grey

There's a low green valley on the old Kentucky shore There I've whiled many happy hours away A-sitting and a-singing by the little cottage door Where lived my darling Nellie Grey Oh my poor Nellie Grey They have taken you away And I'll never see my darling any more I'm sitting by the river And I'm weeping all the day For you've gone from the old Kentucky shore No Bananas In The Sky (Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes) There are no bananas in the sky, In the sky There are no bananas in the sky, In the sky There's a sun and moon, And coconut cream pie But there are no bananas in the sky, In the sky No - Action of sweeping hands from crossed position across the chest outwards and away form the body Bannanas - Action of peeling a bannana Sky - Action of pointing upwards towards the sky Sun - Action of putting hands against side of head palms facing forwards to make the shape of the sun Moon - Action of putting hands to one side of head to make a pillow for the head to rest on as if asleep Coconut cream pie - Action of feeding a hand sized pie into mouth
No Boots At All

Way down in the land of the Antipodes Where the lights of the camp-fires shine bright on the trees Bushmen will tell you as night shadows fall There's a ghost roams the ranges with no boots at all No boots, no boots at all Roaming the ranges with no boots at all! Way down in the city so sinful and bad There lived a young fellow, a promising lad He wanted to be a big bold mountaineer But his mother replied as she tossed down her beer

Our hero, he murmured "Regardless press on" When she woke in the morning, she found he was gone And off to the hills went her agonised shout "You've got no boots at all if you want to bail out!" He found a big mountain and climbed to the top And stood on the edge of that horrible drop He thought of his mother all over again He could still hear her shouting that mournful refrain The god of the mountain looked down from his throne And saw the young climber astanding alone He said to his angel "Go down with a swoosh And give that young fellow a helluva push" The Angel of Destiny swept through the pass And planted a foot fair and square on his pants As over and over and over fell he The angels were singing this sweet melody St Peter, he stood at the heavenly gate Checking in drunks coming early and late The Orderly Angel just dropped in to say "There's a dirty big climber a-coming this way" St Peter came down with a bucket of beer Saying, "Sorry, young fellow, you can't come in here With thousands of angels to answer your call You'd be no good in heaven with no boots at all" The night it was stormy, the hour it was late When our hero arrived at the Satanic Gate The little black devils, they spat in his face To show you, they said, it's a helluva place! The devil said "Sorry, I can't let you in Unless you've been leading a lifetime of sin But how could you wallow, and how could you fall? You can't be a sinner with no boots at all!" Now all you young fellows who some day may roam Be careful to stay with your mother at home With no one to love him or answer his call His ghost roams the ranges with no boots at all It's Sunday night and it's half past nine We're leavin' one more town behind The mirrors are showing the day's last glow As we spin out into the jigsaw flow of life Up ahead where there should be the thickness of night Stars are pinned on a shimmering curtain of light The sky's full of rippling cliffs and chasms That shine like a sign on the road to heaven I've been cut by the beauty of jagged mountains And cut by the love that flows like a fountain from God

So I carry these scars precious and rare And tonight I feel like I'm made of air
Now the Day is Over

Now the day is over, night is drawing nigh Shadows of the evening steal across the sky Now the darkness gathers, stars begin to peep Birds and beasts and flowers soon will be asleep Grant to all the weary, calm and sweet repose With the kindest blessing, may our eyelids close Grant to those who suffer rest and balm in thee Guard the sailors tossing on the deep blue sea When the morning wakens, then may I arise Pure and fresh and hopeful, sunrise in my eyes Oh, Dear! What Can the Matter Be
Oh dear what can the matter be

Two old ladies suck in the lavetory They were there from Monday to Saturday Nobody knew they were there
Oh, How Lovely is the Evening

Oh, how lovely is the evening Is the evening When the bells are sweetly ringing Sweetly ringing Ding, dong, ding Ding, dong, ding
Oh Shenandoah

Oh, Shenandoah, I long to see you Away, you rolling river Oh, Shenandoah, I long to see you Away, I'm bound away Cross the wide Missouri Oh, seven years, I've been a rover Away, you rolling river For seven years, I've been a rover Away, we're bound away Cross the wide Missouri Oh, Shenandoah, I love your daughter Away, you rolling river Oh, Shenandoah, I love your daughter Away, we're bound away Cross the wide Missouri

Oh! Susanna

I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee I'm going to Louisiana, my true love for to see It rained all night the day I left, the weather it was dry The sun so hot I froze to death, Susanna, don't you cry Oh! Susanna, Oh don't you cry for me For I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee I had a dream the other night, when everything was still I thought I saw Susanna dear, a coming down the hill A buckwheat cake was in her mouth, a tear was in her eye Says I, I'm coming from the south, Susanna, don't you cry I soon will be in New Orleans, and then I'll look around And when I find Susanna, I'll fall upon the ground But if I do not find her, then I will surely die And when I'm dead and buried, Oh, Susanna, don't you cry
Oh, What A Beautiful Morning

Oh! What a beautiful morning Oh! What a beautiful day I've got a beautiful feeling Everything's going my way There's a bright, golden haze on the meadow There's a bright, golden haze on the meadow The corn is as high as an elephant's eye And it looks like it's climbing Clear up to the sky Oh! What a beautiful morning Oh! What a beautiful day I've got a beautiful feeling Everything's going my way Everything's going my way
Oh! You Beautiful Doll

Oh! You beautiful doll, you great big beautiful doll Let me put my arms about you I could never live without you Oh! You beautiful doll, you great big beautiful doll! If you ever leave me how my heart would ache I want to hug you but I fear you'd break Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! You beautiful doll Old Folks at Home (Swanee) Way down upon the Swanee River, far, far away That's where my heart is turning ever, there's where the old folks stay All up and down the whole creation, sadly I roam Still longing for the old plantation, and for the old folks at home All the world is sad and weary, every where I roam;

Oh people, how my heart grows weary, far from the old folks at home All 'round the little farm I wandered, when I was young There many happy days I squandered, many the song I sung When I was playing with my brother, happy was I Oh, take me to my kind old mother, there let me live and die One little hut among the bushes, one that I love Still sadly to my memory rushes, no matter where I rove When will I see the bees a-humming all 'round the comb? When will I hear the banjo strumming, down in my good old home?
Old MacDonald

Old MacDonald had a farm, ee-i ei-i oh And on that farm he had a cow, ee-i ei-i oh Big cow, little cow, little cow, big cow Fat cow, thin cow, thin cow, fat cow Old MacDonald had a farm, ee-i ei-i oh And on that farm he had a pig, ee-i ei-i oh Big pig, little pig, little pig, big pig Fat pig, thin pig, thin pig, fat pig Big cow, little cow, little cow, big cow Fat cow, thin cow, thin cow, fat cow Old MacDonald had a farm, ee-i ei-i oh etc.
Old Mountain Dew

My uncle Bill has a still on the hill Here he runs off a gallon or two The birds in the sky get so drunk they can't fly In that good old mountain dew They call it that good old mountain dew And them that refuse it are few I'll hoist up my mug if you fill up my jug With that good old mountain dew My brother George, he's not very large He measures just four feet two But he thinks he's a giant, when they give him A pint of that good old mountain dew You and me know that old hollow tree Where you lay down a dollar or two If you hush up my mug, they will slip you a jug Of that good old mountain dew Once a Girl Scout Went to Camp (Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes) Once a Girl Scout went to camp, went to camp Went to camp without her lamp, without her lamp And there she saw a spider in her bed, in her bed This is what the Girl Scout said , Girl Scout said

"Spider spider, go away, go away You are not allowed to stay, allowed to stay" This is what my leader said No two bodies in one bed, in one bed" Once a Girl Guide went to camp, went to camp Went to camp without a lamp, without a lamp And there she found a Boy Scout in her bed And this is what she said, what she said: "Boy Scout, Boy Scout, you must stay, you must stay Never ever go away, go away Remember what the Captain said: Only two bodies in one bed, in one bed!" Once a Boy Scout went to camp, went to camp Went to camp without his lamp, without his lamp And there he saw a spider in his bed, in his bed This is what the Boy Scout said, Boy Scout said: "Aaaaaauuughhhhhh!"
Once upon a time in a nursery rhyme To keep the beat, slap your knees and clap your hands and repeat throughout the whole song.

Once upon a time in a nursery rhyme, there were three bears. One was a papa bear, one was a momma bear, and one was a wee-bear. They all went a walkin' in the deep forest talkin when along came the girl, with the long golden hair she knocked on the door, no one was there. In came those three bears, (deep voice) Someone's been eating my porridge said the papa bear, said the papa bear. (high pitched voice) Someone's been eating my porridge said the mamma bear, said the mamma bear Hey bob a rebear, said the little wee-bear, (slap knees with emphasis) SOMEONE HAS BROKEN MY CHAIR! Somone's been sitting in my chair said the papa bear, said the papa bear. Someone's been sitting in my chair said the mamma bear, said the mamma bear. Hey Bob a rebear, said the little wee-bear, SOMEONE HAS BROKEN MY CHAIR! Someone's been sleeping in my bed said the papa bear, said the papa bear. Someone's been sleeping in my bed said the mamma bear, said the mamma bear. Hey Bob a rebear, said the little wee-bear, SOMEONE HAS BROKEN MY CHAIR! Well Goldilocks woke up, and broke up the story, and beat it out of there. (stop clapping and wave with each bye) Bye, Bye, Bye said the papa bear. Bye, Bye, Bye said the mamma bear. Hey Bob a rebear, said the little wee-bear, and so goes the story of the three little bears! Yeah!

One Bluebottle (Ten Green Bottles) One bluebottle sitting on the meat One bluebottle sitting on the meat And if that bluebottle should wipe his dirty feet Then somebody's dinner will not be fit to eat!
One Finger, One Thumb

One finger, one thumb, keep moving One finger, one thumb, keep moving One finger, one thumb, keep moving We'll all be happy again! One finger, one thumb, one hand, keep moving One finger, one thumb, one hand, keep moving One finger, one thumb, one hand, keep moving We'll all be happy again! One finger, one thumb, one hand, two hands keep moving One finger, one thumb, one hand, two hands keep moving One finger, one thumb, one hand, two hands keep moving We'll all be happy again! With each new verse, add the following in succession: 4. One arm 5. Two arms 6. One leg 7. Two legs 8. Stand up-sit down 9. (Stand up) Turn around (Sit down)
One Fish Ball

A man was walking up and down To find a place where he could dine in town A man was walking up and down To find a place where he could dine He found himself a fancy place And entered in with simple grace And entered in with simple grace He took his purse his pocket hence But all he found was fifteen cents He scanned the menu through and through To see what fifteen cents would do The only thing 'twould to at all Was buy just one fish ball He call the waiter down the hall And softly whispered, "One fish ball" The waiter bellowed down the hall "This gentlemen here wants one fish ball!" The guests, they turned both one and all To see who'd ordered one fish ball

The shaken man grew ill at ease But softly whispered, "Bread, sir, please The waiter bellowed down the hall "You get no bread with one fish ball!" The wretched man then went outside A-looking for a place to hide There is a moral to this all Don't ask for bread with one fish ball
One Man Went to Mow

One man went to mow Went to mow a meadow One man and his dog, Spot, bottle of pop, old Mother Riley had a cow Went to mow a meadow Two men went to mow . . two men, one man and his dog, Spot, bottle of pop, old Mother Riley had a cow . .
One More Angel in Heaven

Father we've something to tell you A story of our time The tragic but inspiring tale Of manhood in its prime You know you had a dozen sons Well now that's not quite true But feel no sorrow, do not grieve He would not want you to There's one more angel in heaven There's one more star in the sky Joseph we'll never forget you It's tough but we're gonna get by There's one less place at our table There's one more tear in our eye Joseph the things that you stood for Like truth and life never die When I think of his last great battle A lump comes to my throat It takes a man who knows not fear To wrestle, with... a goat! Carve his name with pride and courage Let no tear be shed If he had not laid down his life We all would now be dead Joseph died as he wished to He answered duty's call He single-handed fought the beast That would have slain us all

His bloodstained coat's a tribute to His final sacrifice His body may not be with us But his soul's in paradise
One Tin Soldier

Listen children to a story that was written long ago Of a kingdom on a mountain and the valley far below On the mountain was a treasure buried deep beneath a stone And the valley people swore they'd have it for their very own Go ahead and hate your neighbour, go ahead and cheat a friend Do it in the name of heaven, you can justify it in the end There won't be any trumpets blowing come judgement day On the bloody morning after, one tin soldier rides away Now the valley cried with anger, mount your horses draw your swords And they killed the mountain people, so they won their just reward Now they stood beside their treasure, on the mountain dark and dread Turned the stone and looked beneath it. PEACE ON EARTH was all it said
On Ilkley Moor Bar T'at

Where hast thou been since I saw thee, I saw thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Where hast thou been since I saw Where hast thou been since I saw Where hast thou been since I saw thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at I've been a courting Mary Jane, Mary Jane On Ilkley Moor bar t'at I've been a courting Mary I've been a courting Mary I've been a courting Mary Jane On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then thou will catch thy death of cold, death of cold On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then thou will catch thy death of Then thou will catch thy death of Then thou will catch thy death of cold On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then we shall have to bury thee, bury thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then we shall have to bury Then we shall have to bury Then we shall have to bury thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at

On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then worms will come and eat thee up, eat theep up On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then worms will come and eat thee Then worms will come and eat thee Then worms will come and eat thee up On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then ducks'll come and eat up worms, eat up worms On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then ducks'll come and eat up Then ducks'll come and eat up Then ducks'll come and eat up worms On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then we shall come and eat up ducks, eat up ducks On Ilkley Moor bar t'at Then we shall come and eat up Then we shall come and eat up Then we shall come and eat up ducks On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at So we shall have eaten thee, eaten thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at So we shall have eaten So we shall have eaten So we shall have eaten thee On Ilkley Moor bar t'at, on Ilkley Moor bar t'at On Ilkley Moor bar t'at
On My Honor

On my honor I will try There's a duty to be done and I say aye There's a reason here for a reason above My honor is to try and my duty is love People don't need to know my name If I do any harm, then I'm to blame When I help another, I help me If I've opened up my eyes to see I've tucked away a song or two If you're feeling low, there's one for you When you need a friend, then I will come There are many more where I come from Come with me where a fire burns bright We can even see better in a candle's light But we find more meaning in a campfire's glow Than we'd ever learn in a year or so

We've made a promise to always keep And the day is done before we sleep We'll be Girl Scouts together and when we're gone We'll still be trying and singing this song On Top of a Mountain (On Top of Old Smokey) On top of a mountain All covered in grass There sat a bald eagle Scratching his... Aaaaah Don't be mistaken And don't be misled There sat a bald eagle Scratching his head!
On Top of Old Smoky

On top of old Smoky, all covered with snow I lost my true lover from courting too slow Now, courting is pleasure and parting is grief And a false-hearted lover is worse than a thief For a thief will just rob you and take what you have But a false-hearted lover will lead you to the grave And the grave will decay you and turn you to dust; Not one boy in a hundred a poor girl can trust They'll hug you and kiss you and tell you more lies Than cross ties on a railroad or stars in the skies So, come all you young maidens and listen to me Never place your affection on a green willow tree For the leaves they will whither, and the roots they will die You'll all be forsaken and never know why On Top of Spaghetti (On Top of Old Smokey) Actions: make appropriate finger and body actions for the words, and don't leave out a real, live sneeze On top of spaghetti, all covered with cheese I lost my poor meatball, when somebody sneezed It rolled off the table, and onto the floor And then my poor meatball, Rolled out of the door It rolled in the garden, and under a bush And then my poor meatball, Was nothing but mush The mush was as tasty, as tasty could be And early next summer, It grew into a tree The tree was all covered with beautiful moss It grew lovely meatballs and tomato sauce So if you eat spaghetti, all covered with cheese Hold on to your meatballs, and don't ever sneeze

Oom, Plucky, Plucky

She sat on a hillside and strummed her guitar strummed her guitar, strummed her guitar She sat on a hillside and strummed her guitar strummed her gui-ta-a-a-ar Oom, plucky, plucky, oom, plucky, plucky, oom, pluck, pluck, pluck, ZING! Oom, plucky, plucky, oom, plucky, plucky, oom, pluck, pluck, pluck, ZING! He sat down beside her and smoked his cigar He said that he loved her but, oh! How he lied They were to be married but somehow she died He went to her funeral but just for the ride He went to her grave site and laughed 'til he cried The grave stone fell over and squish-squash he died She went up to heaven and flittered and flied He went down below and sizzled and fried The moral of this song is: never tell lies
Our Paddles Keen and Bright

Our paddles keen and bright, flashing like silver Swift as the wild goose flies, dip, dip, and swing Dip, dip, and swing them back, flashing like silver Swift as the wild goose flies, dip, dip, and swing Sing two or three times through, with voices becoming louder and then softer-as though canoes were first approaching and then moving away (Also may be sung as a round)
Our Scouts Will Shine Tonight!

Our Scouts will shine tonight, our Scouts will shine Our Scouts will shine tonight, all down the line They're all dressed up tonight, don't they look fine! When the sun goes down and the moon comes up, our Scouts will shine!
Pack Up Your Troubles

Pack up your troubles in your old kitbag And smile, smile, smile While you've a lucifer to light your fag Smile boys that's the style What's the use of worrying? It never was worthwhile So pack up your troubles in your old kit bag And smile, smile, smile
Pass It On

It only takes a spark to get a fire going And soon all those around can warm up to its glowing That's how it is with Scouting Once you've experienced it

You spread your joy to everyone You want to pass it on What a wondrous time is spring when all the trees are budding The birds begin to sing, the flowers start their blooming That's how it is with Scouting Once you've experienced it You want to sing, it's fresh like spring You want to pass it on I wish for you my friend, this happiness that I've found You can come join in, it matters not where you're bound I'll shout it from the mountain tops I want the world to know The joy of friends has come to me I want to pass it on
Pass the Shoe

You must pass the shoe from me to you, to you You must pass the shoe, and do just like I do
For this song game you can substitute a cup, rock, or any suitable object for a person's actual shoe. Form an ring; as you sing, give the "shoe" you currently have to the person on your right whenever you get to an underlined word. Note that only the second "do" is underlined; on the first "do", you simply wave the "shoe", you don't give it up just yet Peace Is

Peace is the bread we break Love is a river rolling Life is the chance we take When we make this world our home Gonna make this world our home
Peanut Butter and Jelly

First ya find the peanuts and ya dig 'em Ya dig 'em, ya dig 'em, dig 'em, dig 'em Then you take the peanuts and ya smash 'em . . . Then you take the butter and ya spread it . . . Peanut, peanut butter; jelly! Peanut, peanut butter; jelly! Then you find the grapes and ya pick 'em . . . Then you take the grapes and ya smash 'em . . . Then you take the jelly and ya spread it . . . Then you take the bread and ya fold it . . . Then you take the sandwich and ya munch it . . . The last time through the chorus, after eating the sandwich, mumble the words terribly as though there is peanut butter stuck to the roof of the mouth
Peter's Fountain

Ho reak, oh leak reak, O le cuckoo O leak reak, O le cuckoo

O leak reak, O le cuckoo O leak reak O Let us go to Peter's fountain Where the water's so good We will see the one cuckoo As he sings in the woods When we get to the fountain We will all have some fun We will find there two cuckoos When we thought there was none We'll go home from the fountain And we'll all have some tea We'll invite one more cuckoo For a total of three We'll go back to the fountain To the waters once more We will see one more cuckoo In the woods there'll be four When we got to the fountain We met Peter's cousin He's a cuckoo collector And he says there's a dozen We got to the fountain And found we had blundered We saw all the cuckoos And counted one hundred We went back to the fountain And we pulled out a gun We shot all thos cuckoos And now there are none
Pick Me Up On Your Way Down

You were mine for just a while, now you're putting on the style And you never once looked back to your home across the track You're the gossip of the town, but my heart can still be found Where you tossed it on the ground. Pick me up on your way dowe Pick me up on your way down, when you're blue and all alone When the glamour starts to bore you, come on back where you belong You may be their pride and joy but they'll find another toy Then they'll take away your crown. Pick me up on your way down They have changed your attitude, made you naughty and so rude Your new friends can take the blame, underneath you're still the same When you learn these things are true, I'll be waiting here for you As you tumble to the ground. Pick me up on your way down Pink Pajamas (Battle Hymn of the Republic) I wear my pink pajamas in the summer when it's hot I wear my flannel nighties in the winter when it's not

And sometime in the springtime and sometimes in the fall I jump right in between the sheets with nothing on at all Glory, glory, hallelujah Glory, glory, what's it to ya Balmy breezes blowing through ya With nothing on at all
Pizza Hut

A Pizza Hut, a Pizza Hut Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Pizza Hut A Pizza Hut, a Pizza Hut Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Pizza Hut MacDonalds, MacDonalds Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Pizza Hut MacDonalds, MacDonalds Kentucky Fried Chicken, and a Pizza Hut A Burger King a Burger King Long John Silvers and a Burger King A Burger King a Burger King Long John Silvers and a Burger King Red Lobster Red Lobster Long John Silvers and a Burger King Red Lobster Red Lobster Long John Silvers and a Burger King Dairy Queen A Dairy Queen Chucky Cheese and a Dairy Queen Dairy Queen A Dairy Queen Chucky Cheese and a Dairy Queen Roy Rogers Roy Rogers Chucky Cheese and a Dairy Queen Roy Rogers Roy Rogers Chucky Cheese and a Dairy Queen Actions Pizza Hut - Make shape of a hut in the air Kentuckey Fried- Flap elbows up and down in the manner of a demented chicken McDonalds - Put hands on top of head and bribg out and down to produce the "Golden Arches" Burger King - Put hands on head with fingers up to make a crown Long John Silver - mimic sword play Rel Lobster - hold up arms and bring fingers down on thumbs like lobser claws snaping Dairy Queen - mimic milking a cow Chuckey Cheese - mimic throwing up a pizza Roy Rogers - miminc riding a horse

Polly-wolly-doodle

O, I went down south for to see my Sal Sing polly wolly doodle all day My Sally am a spunky gal Sing polly wolly doodle all the day Fare thee well, fare thee well Fare thee well my fairy day For I'm goin' to Louisianna For to see my Susyanna Sing polly wolly doodle all the day Oh, my Sal, she is a maiden fair Sing polly wolly doodle all the day With curly hair and laughing eyes Sing polly wolly doodle all the day A grasshopper sitting on a railroad track Sing polly wolly doodle all the day A-picking his teeth with a carpet tack Sing polly wolly doodle all the day
Pretty Baby

Everybody loves a baby that's why I'm in love with you Pretty baby, Pretty baby And I'd like to be your sister, brother, dad and mother, too Pretty baby, Pretty baby Won't you come and let me rock you in my cradle of love And we'll cuddle all the time Oh! I want a lovin' baby and it might as well be you Pretty baby of mine
Put on a Happy Face

Gray skies are gonna clear up, put on a happy face Brush off the clouds and cheer up, put on a happy face Take off the gloomy mask of tragedy, it's not your style You'll look so good that you'll be glad ya' decided to smile Pick out a pleasant outlook, stick out that noble chin Wipe off that "full of doubt" look, slap on a happy grin And spread sunshine all over the place Just put on a happy face
Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet

Put on your old grey bonnet With the blue ribbon on it While I hitch old Dobbin to the shay And through the fields of clover We'll drive up to Dover On our golden wedding day

Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey

Put your arms around me, Honey Hold me tight Huddle up and cuddle up With all your might Oh, oh, won't you roll those eyes Eyes that I just idolize? When you look at me My heart begins to float Then it starts a rockin' Like a motor boat Oh, oh, I never knew anyone like you
Quartermaster's Store

There are rats, rats, as big as alley cats In the stores, in the stores There are rats, rats, as big as alley cats In the Quartermaster's store My eyes are dim, I can not see I have not brought my specks with me I have not brought my specks with me Mice . . . running through the rice Snakes . . . as big as garden rakes Beans . . . as big as submarines Gravy . . . enough to float the navy Cakes . . . that give us tummy aches Eggs . . . with scaly chicken legs Butter . . . running in the gutter Lard . . . they sell it by the yard Bread . . . with great big lumps like lead Cheese . . . that makes you want to sneeze Soot . . . they grow it by the foot Goats . . . eating all the oats Bees . . . with little knobby knees Owls . . . shredding paper towels Apes . . . eating all the grapes Turtles . . . wearing rubber girdles Bear . . . with curlers in its hair Buffalos . . . with hair between their toes Foxes . . . stuffed in little boxes Coke . . . enough to make you choke Pepsi . . . that gives you apoplexy Roaches . . . sleeping in the coaches Flies . . . swarming 'round the pies Fishes . . . washing all the dishes Moths . . . eating through the cloths Scouts . . . eating brussel sprouts

Leaders . . . slapping at the skeeters ...and anything else you can think of! We often try and do a verse about everyone round the fire - which can be a bit of a challenge! Randall (Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer) Randall, the red-cheeked Cub Scout Had a very cold, cold nose And if you ever noticed You could even say it flows All of the other Cubbies Used to laugh and point it out That Randall, the red-cheeked Cub Scout Had a very runny snout Then one day the Den Leader Took Randall out of sight And told him that it's time he knew How to wipe his nose just right Now all the other Cubbies Think Randall is a "Class-A" Scout Cause Randall, the red-cheeked Cub Scout Finally learned to blow his snout Ravioli (Alouette) Ravioli, I like ravioli; ravioli, it's so good for me Leader: Do I have it in my hair? Yes you have it in your hair Leader: In my hair? OHHH Ravioli, I like ravioli; ravioli, it's so good for me Continue: Chin, tie, shirt, skirt(pants), shoes, floor. Repeat the items mentioned with each verse sung
Red Men

We are the red men tall and quaint In our feathers and war paint Pow wow, pow wow We are the men of the old Dun cow All of us are red men Feathers in our head men Down among the dead men Pow wow We dont fight with sticks and stones Bows and arrows, bricks and bones Pow wow, pow wow We are the men of the old Dun cow All of us are red men

Feathers in our head men Down among the dead men Pow wow Rise and Shine So, rise and shine, and give out your glory, glory Rise and shine, and give out your glory, glory Rise and shine, and [slap or clap] give out your glory, glory Children of the Lord The Lord said to Noah, "There's gonna be a floody, floody" The Lord said to Noah, "There's gonna be a floody, floody" Get those children [slap or clap] out of the muddy, muddy Children of the Lord So, Noah he build him, he built him an arky, arky So, Noah he build him, he built him an arky, arky Thatched it up with [slap or clap] hickory barky, barky Children of the Lord The animals they came in two by twosy, twosy The animals they came in two by twosy, twosy Elephants and [slap or clap] kangaroosy, roosy, roosy Children of the Lord The animals they came in three by threesy, threesy The animals they came in three by threesy, threesy Bugs and bears and [slap or clap] bumblebeesy, beesy Children of the Lord The animals they came in four by foursy, foursy The animals they came in four by foursy, foursy Noah called out [slap or clap] "Close the doorsy, doorsy" Children of the Lord It rained, it rained, it rained forty daysy, daysy It rained, it rained, it rained forty daysy, daysy Drove those animals [slap or clap] nearly crazy, crazy Children of the Lord The Sun came out and dried up the landy, landy The Sun came out and dried up the landy, landy Everything was [slap or clap] fine and dandy, dandy Children of the lord
Rock My Soul

Rock my soul in the bosom of Abraham Rock my soul in the bosom of Abraham Rock my soul in the bosom of Abraham Oh, rock my soul It's so high you can't get over it So low you can't get under it So wide you can't get around it You must go in by the door

Roll Out the Barrel

There's a garden, what a garden Only happy faces bloom there And there's never any room There for a worry or a gloom Roll out the barrel, We'll have a barrel of fun Roll out the barrel, we've got the blues on the run Zing Boom Tararrel, ring out a song of good cheer Now's the time to roll out the barrel For the gang's all here! There, oh there's music and there's dancing And a lot of sweet romancing When they do a polka They all get in the swing Every time they hear that oompa-pa-pa Everybody feels so tra la la They want to throw their cares away They all go la de a de ay Then they hear a rumble on the floor It's the big surprise they're waiting for And all the couples from a ring For miles around, you'll hear them sing
Roses are Red

Roses are red my love, violets are blue Sugar is sweet my love, but not as sweet as you (As sweet as you) A long long time ago on graduation day You handed me your book, I signed it this way We dated through high school and when the big day came I wrote into your book next to my name Then I went far away and you found someone new I read your letter dear and I wrote back to you Is that your little girl? She looks a lot like you Someday some boy will write in her book too Roses are red my love, violets are blue Sugar is sweet my love, Good Luck and may God bless you
Row, Row, Row

And then he'd row, row, row Way up the river he would row, row, row A hug he'd give her, then he'd kiss her now and then She would tell him then He'd fool around and fool around and Then they'd kiss again And then he'd row, row, row

A little further he would row, oh, oh, oh, oh Then he'd drop his oars Take a few more encores And then he'd row, row, row
Row, Row, Row Your Boat

Row, row, row your boat Gently down the stream Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily Life is but a dream
Running Bear

On the banks of the river Stood Running Bear, young Indian brave On the other side of the river Stood a lovely Indian maid Little White Dove was her name Such a lovely sight to see But their tribes fought with each other So their love could never be Running Bear loves little White Dove With a love big as the sky Running Bear loves little White Dove With a love that'll never die They couldn't swim the raging river 'Cos. the river was too wide He couldn't reach his little White Dove Waiting on the other side In the moonlight he could see her Blowing kisses cross the waves Her little heart was beating faster Waiting for her brave Running Bear dived in the water Little White Dove did the same As they swam towards each other Through the swirling waves they came As their hands touched and their lips met The raging river pulled them down Now they'll always be together In that happy hunting ground Sandwich Song (Battle Hymn of the Republic) I walk into a restaurant And t his is what I cry "I want a chicken sandwich Cup of coffee, piece of pie" Oh, you will surely hear me

Sing this song until I die! "I want a chicken sandwich Cup of coffee, piece of pie" Santa's Coming (Brother John) Santa's coming, Santa's coming Can you hear? Can you hear? Jingle Bells are jingling, we are happy singing Christmas Bells, Christmas Bells Sarah the Whale (Dixie) In Frisco town there lived a whale They fed her peanuts by the pail And washtubs and bathtubs And sailboats and schooners Her name is Sarah and she's a peach But don't put food within her reach Or babies, or nursemaids Or chocolate ice cream sodas She loves to smile and when she smiles You can see her teeth for miles and miles And her tonsils and her spare ribs And things too fierce to mention Now what can you do in a case like that There's nothing to do but sit on your hat Or your toothbrush, or your best friend Or anything else that's helpless
Scarborough Fair

Are you going to Scarborough Fair? Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme Remember me to the one who lives there For she once was a true love of mine. Have her make me a cambric shirt Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme Without a seam or fine needle worn And she'll be a true love of mine Have her wash it in yonder dry well Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme Where ne'er a drop of water e'er fell And then she'll be a true love of mine Dear, when thou hast finished thy task Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme Come to me, my hand for to ask For thou then art a true love of mine Schnell (The Marine Corps Hymn) From the ants in our petunia bed

To the crab grass in our lawn We will fight them off with chemicals Till the bugs and weeds are gone We will use quarts and quarts of poison sprays And we won't stop till we're through The bugs and weeds are dying now But the plants and trees are, too
Scout Camp

The buses that you ride in, they say are mighty fine But when they turn a corner, they leave the wheels behind Oh, I don't want to go to . . . Scout Camp Please, Skip, I want to go, but they won't let me go Please, Skip, I want to go home Alternative Chorus: I don't wanna go to Scout Camp Mommy, I wanna go back where the toilets flow Mommy, I wanna go ho-o-ome The leaders that they have here, they say are mighty fine But when you get up closer, they look like Frankenstein The Leaders that they have here, they say they're really fine But when you ask a question, they say "get back in line" The first aid that they give you, they say is mighty fine But if you cut your finger, you're left with only nine The first aid that they give you, they say is mighty fine But when you break a finger, they break the other nine The water that they have here they say is mighty fine But when you try to drink it, it tastes like turpentine The biscuits that they serve you, they say are mighty fine But one rolled off the table and killed a friend of mine The spagetti that they serve you, they say is mighty fine They rinse it the toilet and drain it on the line The chicken in the army, they say is mighty fine But once two drumsticks got up, and started beating time The cocoa that they serve you, they say is mighty fine It's good for cuts and bruises and tastes like iodine The tents that you sleep in, they say are mighty fine But whoever said this has never slept in mine The toilets that they have here are the best that they can get Last night my tent mate had to go, they haven't found him/her yet They say that in the army, the girls are mighty fine You ask for Farrah Fawcett, they give you Frankenstein Scout Travellers (Home on the Range) Oh, give us a train or a boat or a plane That will carry . . . Scouts away To Paris or Rome, let us wander and roam And discover new things each day

Relax on a trail, float over the waves all day Or glide through the clouds, far over the crowds But be home before five each day On a broomstick we'll ride, in a rowboat we'll glide In a rocket we'll go to the moon And our trip will be fun but soon will be done Air pockets could end it too soon Up, up, and away; let us orbit the far distant sun Or deep on the floor of the sea let's explore And as . . . Scouts we'll always have fun
Senior Citizen Song

'Tis true we are no longer youthful A fact we've no need to conceal But if the old adage be truthful We're only as old as we feel Three score years and more But counting our blessings instead of years Three score years and more Our blessings outnumber the years As lovely as flowers in December Are memories that memory brings The happiest days we remember The sad ones grow less with the years We'll never grow rich on our pensions We'll just try to make it suffice Our wealth is in friendships but sometimes A little more cash would be nice Some think the best days are behind us And all the good times in the past But then we would like to remind them That often the best wine comes last
She Died, She Did

She died, she did, she died of a broken rib she did She died, she did, she died of a broken rib she did She did, she died, she died, she did She died, she did, of a broken rib, of a broken rib She died, she did
She Left Me Standing on the mountain

Darling will you marry me, I asked a maiden fair I turned my back upon her, when I looked she wasn't there She left me standing, standing on the mountain She left me standing way up there Where the honey bees are buzzin' round the flowers there That is where she vanished somewhere in that mountain air

She left me standing, standing on the mountain She left me standing way up there I just saw a Wip-por-will a talkin' to a bear They were both a laughin' about givin' me the air She left me standing, standing on the mountain She left me standing way up there I would give most anything if she would reappear And tell me she'd get her father's mountain ears She left me standing, standing on the mountain She left me standing way up there
She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain

She'll be comin' 'round the mountain when she comes. (Whoo, whoo!) She'll be comin' 'round the mountain when she comes. (Whoo, whoo!) She'll be comin' 'round the mountain, comin' 'round the mountain She'll be comin' 'round the mountain when she comes She'll be driving six white horses, when she comes (Whoa, back!) . . Oh, we'll all go out to meet her when she comes (Hi babe!) . . She'll be wearing silk pyjamas when she comes (Wolf whistle) . . And, we'll wear our bright red woollies when she comes (Scratch, scratch!) . . Oh, we'll kill the old red rooster, when she comes (Hack, hack!) . . Oh, we'll all have chicken and dumplings when she comes (Yum, yum!/or: Yuck, yuck!) . . Oh, we'll all have indigestion when she comes (Burp, burp!) . . Oh, she'll have sleep with Grandma when she comes (Snore, snore!) . . Actions: Sing each verse and make appropriate gestures. Following the last singing of each verse, repeat sounds and gestures of all preceding verses. 'Automotive' verses: Oh, she'll be draggin' round the mountain when she comes (Rrrmm, rrrmm!) . . Oh, she'll lay a strip of rubber when she comes (Eet, eet!) . . Oh, she'll drop her old transmission when she comes (Clunk, clunk!) . . Oh, her smog device got cloggy when she comes (Blaugh, blaugh!) . . Make up more verses, for example: radiator boiled over, steering wheel fell off, tires went flat, etc Finally: She'll wind up in the junk yard when she comes (Quissh, quissh) . .
She Sat on a Hillside

She sat on a hillside and strummed her guitar strummed her guitar, strummed her guitar She sat on a hillside and strummed her guitar strummed her gui-ta-a-a-ar He sat down beside her and smoked his cigar . . He said that he loved her but, oh! How he lied . . They were to be married but somehow she died . . He went to her funeral but just for the ride . . He went to her grave site and laughed 'til he cried . .

The grave stone fell over and squish-squash he died . . She went up to heaven and flittered and flied . . He went down below and sizzled and fried . . The moral of this song is: don't tell a lie . .
Shine On, Harvest Moon, Medley

Shine on, shine on harvest moon, up in the sky I ain't had no lovin since January, February, June or July Snow time ain't no time to sit around and croon So, shine on, shine on harvest moon for me and my gal The bells are ringing, for me and my gal The birds are singing for me and my gal Everybody's been knowing, to a wedding they're going And for weeks they've been sewing, every Sue and Sal They're congregating for me and my gal The parson's waiting for me and my gal And someday we're going to build a little home for two For three or four or more In loveland for me and my gal
Shortnin' Bread

Three little children lyin' in bed Two of them sick and the other most dead Called for the doctor, the doctor said "Feed them children some shortnin' bread Mammy's little baby loves shortnin', shortnin' Mammy's little baby loves shortnin' bread Mammy's little baby loves shortnin', shortnin' Mammy's little baby loves shortnin' bread When them children lying in the bed Heard that talk about shortnin' bread Thay all got up and began to shout Laughin' and a-singin' and a-dancin' about Put on the skillet, put on the lid Mammy's gonna make a little shortnin' bread Then after that, there's a treat for you Mammy's gonna make a little coffee too
Show Me the Way to go Home

Show me the way to go home I'm tired and I want to go to bed Oh, I had a little drink about an hour ago And it's gone right to my head Wherever I may roam, on land or sea or foam You will always hear me singing this song Show me the way to go home Indicate the way to my abode

I'm fatigued and I wish to retire Oh, I had a little beverage 60 minutes ago And it's gone right to my cranium Wherever I may perambulate, on land or sea or atmospheric preassure You will always hear me chanting this melody Show me the way to my abode
Side By Side

Oh! We ain't got a barrel of money Maybe we're ragged and funny But we'll travel along Singing a song, side by side Don't know what's comin' tomorrow Maybe it's trouble and sorrow But we'll travel the road Sharin' our load, side by side Through all kinds of weather What if the sky should fall Just as long as we're together It doesn't matter at all When they've all had their quarrels and parted We'll be the same as we started Just travellin' along, singing a song Side by side; side by side
Sidewalks of New York

East side west side all around the town The tots sang "Ring a round Rosie" "London Bridge is Falling Down" Boys and girls together Me and Mamie O'Rorke Tripped the light fantastic On the sidewalks of New York
Simple Gifts

'Tis a gift to be simple, 'tis a gift to be free 'Tis a gift to come down where we ought to be And when we find ourselves in the place just right We will live in the valley of love and delight When true simplicity is gained To bow and to bend we shall not be ashamed To turn and to turn will be our delight 'Til by turning and turning we come round right The earth is the Lord's and the fullness thereof Its streets, its streams, as well as stars above Salvation is here where we laugh, where we cry Where we seek and love, where we live and die

When true liberty is found By fear and by hate we will no more be bound In love and in life we will find a new birth In peace and in freedom redeem the earth
Sing

Sing! Sing a song, sing out loud, sing out strong Sing of good things, not bad Sing of happy, not sad Sing! Sing a song Make it simple to last your whole life long Don't worry that it's not good enough for anyone else to hear Just sing! Sing a song La, la, la, la, la; la, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la; la, la, la, la, la, la La, la, la, la, la, la, la Singing for Our Lives Words and music by Holly Near We are gentle angry people And we are singing, singing for our lives We are gentle angry people And we are singing, singing for our lives We are young and old together . . . We are a multicolored people . . .
Sing Hosanna!

Give me oil in my lamp, keep me burning Give me oil in my lamp, I pray Give me oil in my lamp, keep me burning Keep me burning 'til the break of day Sing Hosanna!, Sing hosanna! Sing Hosanna! To the King of Kings! Sing Hosanna!, Sing hosanna! Sing Hosanna! To the King! Give me joy in my heart, keep be praising Give me peace in my heart, keep me resting Give me love in my heart, keep me serving
Singing in the Rain

We're singing in the rain, just singing in the rain What a glorious feeling, we're happy again Thumbs up! Toot-ta-ta-da, toot-ta-ta-da, toot-DA-DA We're singing in the rain, just singing in the rain What a glorious feeling, we're happy again

Thumbs up!, Elbows in! Toot-ta-ta-da, toot-ta-ta-da, toot-DA-DA . . . Knees bent . . . Toes together . . . Bum back . . . Chest out . . . Chin down . . . Tongue out
Singing Waterfall

There's a singing waterfall in the mountains far away That's where I'd go to meet her at the close of every day That's where my darling's sleeping there beyond the spray I often sit and wonder why the Lord took her away We'd go there every evening when the sun was sinking low And we'd listen to the water as it rippled soft and low But since she's gone to heaven I miss her most of all Tonight my darling's sleeping by the singing waterfall Last night as I lay sleeping I heard my darling call And then I went to meet her by the singing waterfall She took me in her arms just like she used to do And then I heard her whisper, we'll meet beyond the blue
Sipping Cider Through a Straw

The prettiest girl (Echo), I ever saw, (Echo) Was sipping cider through a straw The prettiest girl (Echo), I ever saw, (Echo) Was sipping cider through a straw I asked her if, (Echo) she'd show me how, (Echo) To sip that cider through a straw I asked her if, (Echo) she'd show me how, (Echo) To sip that cider through a straw Then cheek to cheek, and jaw to jaw We sipped that cider through a straw Every now and then, the straw would slip I'd sip some cider from her lip The parson came to her backyard A sipping cider from a straw And now I have a mother-in-law And fourteen kids to call me Pa The moral of this little tale Is sip your cider from a pail! Feminine variation: Substitute "The cutest boy" for "The prettiest girl," "him" for "her," "he" for "she," and "Ma" for "Pa"
Six Days on the Road

Well I pulled out of Pittsburg a heading down that eastern sea board

I got my diesel wound up and she's a runnin' like never before There's a speed zone ahead all right, And I don't see a cop in sight Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight I got me ten forward gears and a Georgia overdrive I'm taking little pink pills and my eyes are open wide I just passes Jimmy White, I been passin' ev'rything in sight Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight Oh it seems like a month since I kissed my baby goodbye I could have a lot of women but I'm not like some other guys I could find one to hold me tight. But I could never make believe it's alright Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight Well the I T C is a checkin' on down the line I'm a little overweight and my log book's way behind But nothin' bothers me tonight; I can dodge all the scales allright Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight Well my rig's a little old, but that don't mean she's slow There's a flame from it's stack and that smoke is a blowin' backa so My home town's come in sight and if you think I'm happy you're right Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight Six days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight Skip's Got a Head Like a Ping Pong Ball (Lone Ranger Theme - William Tell Overture) Skips got a head like a ping pong ball Skips got a head like a ping pong ball Skips got a head like a ping pong ball Like a piiiiiiiiiiing pong ball ping pong (Seven times) ball ping pong (Six times) Ball ping ping ping ping ping ping ping ping PONG Second verse is the same only say pong where you say ping in the first verse and visa versa - You can also change the name to your favourite hairless scouter!!! Skip's Song (Zip-a-dee-doo-dah) (Zip-a-dee-doo-dah) Skip's in a doo-dah, Skip's in a daze My oh my he's got some wonderful ways Feet on the ground but head in the haze Skip's in a doo-dah, Skip's in a daze With the PLs on his shoulder It's the truth, no wonder His mental health is bond to suffer Skip's in a doo-dah, Skip's in a daze Feet on the ground but head in the haze
Skip to My Lou

Lost my partner what'll I do? Lost my partner what'll I do? Lost my partner what'll I do?

Skip to my Lou, my darling Skip, skip, skip to my Lou Skip, skip, skip to my Lou Skip, skip, skip to my Lou Skip to my Lou, my darling 2. I'll get another, a nicer one too . . 3. If I lose that one, I'll take two . . 4. Flies in the sugar bowl, shoo, shoo, shoo . . 5. Cat's in the buttermilk, licking it too . . 6. Kitten in the haymow, mew, mew, mew . . 7. Bears in the rose bush, boo, boo, boo . . 8. Mule's in the cellar, kicking up through . . 9. Dad's old hat got torn in two . . 10. Little red wagon, painted blue . . 11. Had a cart and pony too . . . 12. Going to get a red-bird, a pretty one too . . 13. If I can't get a red-bird, a blue-bird'll do . . 14. Needle in the haystack, Number 32 15. Hurry up, slow poke, do, Oh, do . .
Skye Boat Song

Speed bonny boat, like a bird on the wing "Onward!" the sailors cry Carry the lad that's born to be king Over the sea to Skye Loud the winds howl, loud the waves roar Thunder claps rend the air Baffled, our foes stand by the shore Follow they will not dare Though the waves leap, soft Charlie sleep The ocean's a royal bed Rocked on the deep, Flora will keep Watch by your weary head Many's the lad fought on that day Well the claymore could wield When the night came silently lay Dead on Culloden's field Loud the winds howl, loud the waves roar Thunder claps rend the air Baffled, our foes stand by the shore Follow they will not dare Burnt are our homes; exile and death Scatter our loyal men Yet ere the sword's cold in its sheath Charlie will come again S-M-I-L-E (John Brown's Body) It isn't any trouble just to S-M-I-L-E

It isn't any trouble just to S-M-I-L-E There isn't any trouble but will vanish like a bubble If you'll only take the trouble just to S-M-I-L-E It isn't any trouble just to G-R-I-N, grin It isn't any trouble just to L-A-U-G-H
Smokey Mountain Range

It's on my way from L.A. back to Nashville I found out those bright lights ain't where I belong From a phone booth in the rain, I called to tell her I've had a change of dreams, I'm comin' home The tears filled my eyes when I found out she was gone Smokey Mountain rain keeps fallin', I keep on callin' her name Smokey Mountain range keep on lurchin' Can't go on hurtin' this way She's somewhere in the Smokey Mountain range I waved a diesel down outside a cafe He said that he was goin' as far as Catlinsburg I climbed up in the cab all wet and cold and lonely I wiped my eyes and told him about her If you find her can you make these big wheels burn Soap and Towel (Row, Row, Row Your Boat) Soap, soap, soap and towel; towel and water please Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, wash your dirty knees Socked (While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night) While shepherds washed their socks by night, While watching ITV The Angel of the Lord came down And switched to BBC.
Soldier Boys

Soldier boy, oh my little soldier boy I'll be true to you You were my first love, and you'll be my last love I will never make you blue, I'll be true to you In this whole world you can love but one girl Let me be that one girl, for I'll be true to you Where-ever you go, my heart will follow I love you so, I'll be true to you Take my love with you and to any port or foreign shore Darling you must feel for sure, I'll be true to you Soldier boy, oh my little soldier boy I'll be true to you

So Long It's Been Good to Know Yuh

I've sung this song, but I'll sing it again Of the people I've met and the places I've been Of some of the troubles that bothered my mind And a lot of good people that I've left behind So it's so long it's been good to know yuh So long it's been good to know yuh So long it's been good to know yuh What a long time since I've been home And I gotta be drifting along The sweethearts they sat in the dark and they sparked They hugged and they kissed in that dusty old dark They sighed and they cried and they hugged And they kissed, but instead of marriage They talked like this, Honey, So long ... etc I went to your family and asked them for you They all said take her, oh, take her, please do She can't cook or sew and she won't scrub your floor So I put on my hat and tiptoed out the door Saying: so long ... etc I walked down the street to the grocery store It was crouded with people both rich and poor I asked the man, how is butter sold, he said One pound of butter for two pounds of gold I said, so long ... etc My telephone rang and it jumped off the wall That was a preacher a making a call, he said We're getting ready to tie the knot We're getting married, believe it or not So long ... etc
Somebody Loves You Darling

Somebody loves you darling, somebody loves you I know Somebody loves you darling, why did you let them go? I see the postman coming, he's coming down the street And I know he's got a letter, for he's headed straight for me Somebody loves you darling, somebody loves you I know Somebody loves you darling, why did you let them go? There's going to be a wedding, it's going to be in the fall So boys and girls get ready, I'm going to invite you all Somebody loves you darling, somebody loves you I know Somebody loves you darling, why did you let them go?
Song of the States

Oh what did Dela ware, friends, Oh what did Dela ware? I ask you again, as a personal friend, what did Dela ware? She wore her New Jersey, friends, she wore her New Jersey

I tell you again, as a personal friend, she wore her New Jersey 2. Oh, how did Flori-die, friends? She died in Mis-sour-i, friends 3. Oh, what did Io-way, friends? She weighed a Washington, friends 4. Oh, what did Ida-ho, friends? She hoed her Mary-land, friends 5. Oh, how did Wiscon-sin, friends? She stole a New-bras-key, friends 6. Oh, what did Tennessee, friends? She saw what Arkan-sas, friends 7. Oh, where has Ore-gon, friends? She's taking Okla-home, friends 8. Oh, what did Massa-chew, friends? She chewed her Connecti-cud, friends 9. Oh, what did Missi-sip, friends? She sipped her Mini-soda, friends 10.Oh, what did Ohi-owe, friends? She owed her state Taxes, friends 11.Oh, why did Califone, friends? She called to say, "Hawaii," friends Song with an Unexpected Ending (Clementine) I'm a teacup I'm a teacup I'm a teacup I'm a teacup yes I am But I'd rather be a teacup than a mug . . . bloodstain . . . clot . . . moose . . . fool . . . raindrop . . . drip . . . mosquito . . . nit
Stitched Up

Granny's in the kitchen Doing a bit of stitching, In came a bogie man and chased granny out BOO! 'Well,' said Granny, 'That's not fair!' 'Well,' said the bogie man, 'I don't care!'
Summertime

Summertime and the living is easy Fish are jumping and the cotton is high Oh, your dad is rich and your ma is good looking So hush little baby, don't you cry

One of these mornings, you're gonna rise up shining Then you'll spread your wings and you'll take to the skies But till that morning, there ain't nothing to harm you With your daddy and mammy standing by
Sunday School

Young folks, old folks, everybody come Join our happy Sunday School, and have a lot of fun Please check your chewing gum and raisins at the door And you'll hear some Bible stories that you've never heard before Shadrak, Meshak, and Abednigo Wouldn't obey the king, so they had to go Put 'em in a furnace to burn 'em up like chaff But their asbestos B.V.D.s gave the king a laugh The world was made in six days and finished on the seventh According to the contract it should have been the eleventh But the union called a strike and workers wouldn't work So the only thing that they could do was fill it up with dirt Adam was the first man that ever was invented He lived all his life and never was contented He was made of clay in the days gone by And hung on a fence in the sun to dry Adam was a gardener and Eve was his spouse They got the sack for stealing fruit and took to keeping house They lived a very quiet life and peaceful in the main 'Til Eve had a baby and they started raising Cain Noah was a mariner who sailed around the sea With half a dozen relatives and a big menagerie He failed the first season when it rained for forty days For in that kind of weather no circus ever pays Joseph was a shepherd, too, he kept his father's goats His father used to dress him in the very loudest coats His brothers they got jealous and threw him in a well Joseph went to heaven and others went to hell Joshua played the trumpet, so runs the ancient rhyme He taught the Israelites to play in syncopated time But when they played in Jericho, their music raised a frown So he set the boys a'swinging, and the walls come tumbling down Pharaoh had a daughter, she had a winsome smile She found the infant Moses a-floating in the Nile She took him to her father, said "I've found him on the shore" Pharaoh winked his eye and said "I've heard that tale before" Jonah was an landsman, so runs the Bible tale He took a steerage passage on a transatlantic whale Jonah in the belly of the whale felt quite compressed So he pushed a little button and the whale did the rest Samson was a husky guy as everyone should know

He used to lift five-hundred pounds as strongman on the show One week the bill was rotten and the actors had a souse But the strongman act of Samson's, still brought down the house David was a shepherd boy, a plucky little cuss Along came Goliath a-looking for a fuss David took a slinky and socked him on the crust Goliath reeled a couple a times and then he bit the dust God made Satan, Satan made sin God made a hot place to keep Satan in Satan didn't like it so he said he wouldn't stay He's been acting like the devil ever since that day Daniel was a prophet, he wouldn't obey the king The king said to Daniel, "This is a naughty thing." Put him in a lion's den with lions down beneath But Daniel was an artist so he drew the lions' teeth Salomi was a dancer and she danced before the king She wiggled and she waggled and she shook most everything The king tells Salomi, "We'll have no scandal here!" "The hell we won't!" Salomi said, and she kicked the chandelier
Sunny Side of the Street

Grab your coat and get your hat Leave your worries on the doorstep Just direct you feet to the sunny side of the street Don't you hear the pitter pat And that hurried tune in your step Life can be so sweet on the sunny side of the street I used to walk in the shade With those blues on parade But I'm not afraid, this rover crossed over If I never had a cent I'd be rich as Rockefeller Gold dust on my feet, on the sunny side of the street
Sunny Side Up

Keep your sunny side up! up! Hide the side that gets blue If you have nine sons in a row Baseball teams make money, you know! Keep your funny side up! up! Let your laughter come thru, do! Stand up on your legs Be like two fried eggs Keep your sunny side up!
Sweet Betsy from Pike

Did you ever hear tell of sweet Betsy from Pike

Who crossed the wide prairie with old Uncle Ike With two yoke of cattle and one spotted hog A tall Shanghai rooster and a large yellow dog Singin' toora-li, loora-li, loora-li, ay Singin' toora-li, loora-li, loora-li, ay One evening quite early they camped on the Platte 'Twas near by the road on a green shady flat Where Betsy sore-footed lay down to repose There was no sounder sleeper than that Pike County rose They soon reached the desert, where Betsy gave out And down in the sand she lay rolling about But she got up again with a great deal of pain And declared she'd go back to Pike County again The Shanghai ran off and their cattle all died That morning the last piece of bacon was fried Poor Ike was discouraged and Betsy got mad The dog drooped his tail and looked wondrously sad They finally stopped on a very high hill And with wonder looked down upon old Placerville Ike sighed when he said as he looked all around "Well, Betsy, my sweet, we might as well go down Old Ike and sweet Betsy attended a dance Ike wore a pair of his Pike County pants Sweet Betsy was covered with ribbons and rings Says Ike, "You're an angel, but where are your wings?" A miner asked, "Betsy, will you dance with me?" "I will that, old hoss, if you don't make too free "But don't dance me hard, do you want to know why? Dog on, but I'm chock full of strong alkali"
Sweet Georgia Brown

No gal made has got a shade on sweet Georgia Brown! Two left feet but oh, so sweet Georgia Brown! They all sigh and wanna die for sweet Georgia Brown! I'll tell you just why, you know I don't lie - - not much! It's been said she knocks 'em dead when she lands in town Since she came why it's a shame how she cools 'em down Fellers she can't get are fellers she ain't met! Georgia claimed her, Georgia named her - - Sweet Georgia Brown!
Sweet Violets

Sweet violets, sweeter than the roses Covered all over from head to toe Covered all over with sweet violets There once was a farmer who took a young miss In back of the barn where he gave her a Lecture on horses and chickens and eggs

And told her that she had such beautiful Manners that suited a girl of her charms A girl that he wanted to take in his Washing and ironing and then, if she did They could get married and raise lots of . . . The girl told the farmer that he'd better stop And she called her father and he called a Taxi and got there before very long 'Cause someone was doing his little girl Right for a change and so that's why he said "If you marry her, son, you're better off Single 'cause it's always been my be-lief Marriage will bring a man nothing but . . . The farmer decided he'd wed any way And started in planning for his wedding Suit, which he purchased for only one buck But then he found out he was just out of Money and so he got left in the lurch Standing and waiting in front of the End of this story which just goes to show All a girl wants from a man is his . . .
Swing Low Sweet Chariot

Swing low sweet chariot Coming for to carry me home Swing low sweet chariot Coming for to carry me home I looked over Jordan and what did I see Coming for to carry me home A band of angels coming after me Coming for to carry me home If you get there before I do Coming for to carry me home Tell all my friends I'm coming too Coming for to carry me home The brightest day that ever I saw Coming for to carry me home When Jesus washed mu sins away Coming for to carry me home I'm sometimes up and sometimes down Coming for to carry me home But still my soul feels heavenly bound Coming for to carry me home Switch (Reuben and Rachel) I don't care if I go crazy 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Switch

Crazy go I, if care don't I 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Switch 's Wonderful 'S wonderful! 'S marvellous! You should care for me! 'S awful nice! 'S paradise! 'S what I love to see! You've made my life so glamorous You can't blame me for feeling amorous Oh! 'S wonderful! 'S marvellous! That you should care for me
Sylvest

He's my big brother Sylvest. WHAT'S HE GOT? He's got a row of forty medals 'cross his chest. BIG CHEST! Don't push, don't shove Plenty room for you and me. He's got an arm like a leg. BIG LEG! And a punch that'd sink a battleship, BIG SHIP! Takes all tlae army and the navy To put the wind up SYLVEST!
Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Take me out to the ball game Take me out to the crowd Bye me some peanuts and cracker jack I don't care if I never come back Let me root, root, root for the home team If they don't win it's a shame For it's one, two, three strikes you're out At the old, ball game
Tammy

I hear the cottonwoods whispering above Tammy, Tammy, Tammy's in love The old, hooty owl hooty hoots to the dove Tammy, Tammy, Tammy's in love Does my lover feel, what I feel, when he draws near My heart beats so joyfully, I wish that he could hear Wish I knew if he knew, what I'm dreaming of Tammy, Tammy, Tammy's in love
Taps

Day is done, gone the sun

From the sea, from the hills, from the sky All is well, safely rest, God is nigh Fading light, dims the sight And a star gems the sky, gleaming bright From afar, drawing nigh, falls the night Thanks and praise for our days 'Neath the sun, 'neath the stars, 'neath the sky As we go, this we know, God is nigh Sun has set, shadows come Time has fled, Scouts must go to their beds Always true to the promise that they made While the light fades from sight And the stars gleaming rays softly send To thy hands we our souls, Lord, commend Taps (Funky) Day is done, day is done, day is done Gone the sun, gone the sun, gone the sun From the lake, from the hill, from the sky All is well, all is well, all is well Safely rest, safely rest, safely rest God is nigh, God is nigh, God is nigh
Tavern in the Town

There is a tavern in the town, in the town And there my dear love sits him down, sits him down And drinks his wine 'mid laughter free And never, never, thinks of me Fare thee well, for I must leave thee Do not let the parting grieve thee And remember that the best of friends must part, must part A-dieu, kind friends, a-dieu, a-dieu, a-dieu, a-dieu I can no longer stay with you, stay with you I'll hang my harp on a weeping willow tree And may the world go well with thee
Tea For Two

Picture upon my knee Just tea for two and two for tea Just me for you and you for me alone, dear Nobody near us to see us or hear us No friends or relations on weekend vacations We won't have it known, dear That we own a telephone, dear Day will break and I'll awake And start to bake a sugar cake For you to take for all the boys to see

We will raise a family, a boy for you, a girl for me Oh, can't you see how happy we would be? Teardrops at Midnight Teardrops at midnight, Cinderella's gone home The world seems so empty, and I'm so alone The four walls around me, keep saying she is gone Now there will be teardrops from midnight till dawn The shoes in the corner, that stand out so plain Who's gonna' fill them, and ease all the pain? I know they would never fit none the same As the Princess who owned them, and once shared my name
Tell Me Why

Tell me why the stars do shine Tell me why the ivy twines Tell me why the ocean's blue And I will tell you just why I love you Because God made the stars to shine Because God made the ivy twine Because God made the ocean blue Because God made you, that's why I love you I really think that God above Created you for me to love He picked you out from all the rest Because He knew, dear, that I'd love you best Tell Me Why (Silly Verses) Tell me why the bugs do bite Tell me why the campfire won't light Tell me why the tent fell down Tell me why we slept on the ground Because they're hungry, the bugs do bite Because the wood's wet, the campfire won't light Because we're sloppy, the tent fell down Because we're crazy, we slept on the ground Ten Fat Sausages (Ten Green Bottles) Ten fat sausages, sizzling in the pan Ten fat sausages, sizzling in the pan One went pop and another went bang! There were eight fat sausages sizzling in the pan
Ten Green Bottles

Ten green bottles, hanging on the wall Ten green bottles, hanging on the wall And if one green bottle should accidently fall

there'll be nine green bottles, hanging on the wall There'll be no green bottles, hanging on the wall
Ten in a Bed

There were ten in a bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and two fell out There were eight in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and two fell out There were six in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and two fell out There were four in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and two fell out There were two in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over" So they all rolled over and two fell out There were none in the bed and the little one said "Get in, get in" Ten Sticks of Dynamite (Ten Green Bottles) Ten sticks of dynamite hanging on the wall Ten sticks of dynamite hanging on the wall And if one stick of dynamite should accidently fall There'd be no sticks of dynamite and no bloomin' wall Thanks Be To God (Wendy) Thanks be to God the Father Almighty Thanks be to God who gave us this Earth Thanks be to God the Spirit Eternal Thanks be to God forever Amen Thank You For The Food We Eat (Michael Row The Boat Ashore) Thank you for the food we eat, Hallelujah Thank you for the friends we meet, Hallelujah Thank you for the birds that sing, Hallelujah Thank you Lord for everything, Hallelujah
The Animal Fair

We went to the animal fair the birds and the beasts were there By the light of the moon the big baboon was combing his auburn hair The monkey, he got drunk and fell on the elephant's trunk The elephant sneezed and fell on his knees And that was the end of the monk-ey, monk-ey, monk..
The Ants Go Marching

The ants go marching one by one hurrah, hurrah

The ants go marching one by one hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching, one stopped to suck his thumb And they all go marching down to the earth Boom, boom, boom, boom Two by two - to tie his shoe . . Three be three - to scratch his knee . . Four by four - to shut the door . . Five by five - to dance and jive . . Six by six - to pick up sticks . . Seven by seven - to look to heaven . . Eight by eight - to shut the gate . . Nine by nine - to have a shoe shine . . Ten by ten - he want's to start again!!!
The Ash Grove

The ash grove, how graceful, how plainly 'tis speaking The harp thro' it playing has language for me Whenever the light through its branches is breaking A host of kind faces is gazing on me The friends of my childhood again are before me Each step wakes a mem'ry as freely I roam With soft whispers laden its leaves rustle o'er me The ash grove, the ash grove alone is my home Down yonder green valley where streamlets meander When twilight is fading, I pensively rove Or at the bright moontide in solitude wander Amid the dark shades of the lonely ash grove 'Tis there where the blackbird is cheerfully singing Each warbler enchants with his notes from a tree Ah then little think I of sorrow or sadness The ash grove entrancing spells beauty for me My laughter is over, my step loses lightness Old countryside measures steal soft on my ears I only remember the past and its brightness The dear ones I mourn for again gather here From out of the shadows their loving looks greet me And wistfully searching the leafy green dome I find other faces fond bending to greet me The ash grove, the ash grove alone is my home
The Band Played On

Casey would waltz with the strawberry blond, and the band played on He'd glide 'cross the floor with the girl he adored, and band played on His brain was so loaded it nearly exploded The poor girl would shake with alarm He married the girl with the strawberry curl, and the band played on

The Battered Elm Tree

From out the battered elm tree The owl's cry we hear And from the distant forest The cuckoo answers clear Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo Mr Moon, Mr Moon your out too soon The sun is still in the sky Go back to bed and cover up your head And wait until the day draws nigh
The Bear Went Over the Mountain

The bear went over the mountain The bear went over the mountain The bear went over the mountain To see what he could see To see what he could see And all that he could see And all that he could see Was the other side of the mountain The other side of the mountain The other side of the mountain Was all that he could see
The Beetles and the Bedbugs

I woke up monday morning and looked upon the wall The beetles and the bedbugs were having a game of ball The score was six to nothing the beetles were a hit That knocked me out of bed Singing ennie meenie minnie moe Catch a wiggle worm by the toe If it hollers let it go Singing ennie meenie minnie moe I woke up tuesday morning and looked upon the wall The beetles and the bedbugs were having a game of ball The score was six to nothing the beetles were a hit That knocked me out of bed Singing ennie meenie minnie moe Catch a wiggle worm by the toe If it hollers let it go Singing ennie meenie minnie moe And so on, until... I woke up sunday morning and looked upon the wall The beetles and the bedbugs were all gone to church!

The British Grenadiers

Some talk of Alexander And some of Herculese Of Hector and Lysander And such great names as these Of them and their commanders There's none that can compare With a tow row row row row row row For the British Grenadiers
The Calliope

Divide the group into four or five parts. Start the groups off one at a time, bringing in the next as the one before gets going. 1st part sings: Um-pah-pah 2nd part sings: Um-sss-sss 3rd part sings: Um-peep-peep 4th part sings: Um-tweedle-tweedle The rest of the group sings the melody of a suitable tune, such as "Daisy, Daisy," "East Side, West Side," "In the Good Old Summertime," or "The More We Get Together"
The Cat Came Back

Old farmer Johnson had troubles of his own He had a yellow cat that wouldn't leave him alone He tried and he tried to give that cat away Gave him to a man going very far away But the cat came back, the very next day Oh the cat came back, they thought he was a gonner But the cat came back, he just couldn't stay away, away, away Gave it to a man going way out west Told him to give it to the one he loved the best First the train jumped the track, then it slipped the rail No one is alive today to tell the sad detail Gave it to someone going up in a balloon Told him to give it to the man in the moon Balloon came down about 90 miles away But where the pilot is today I cannot say Gave it to a little boy with a dollar and a note Told him to go up the river in a little boat To tie a rope around its neck and a weight of 20 pounds Now they tell the tale of the little boy that drowned Man on the corner swore he'd shoot that cat on sight He loaded up his shotgun with nails and dynamite He waited and he waited for that cat to come around Nine-seven pieces of that man is all they found The bombs started dropping just the other day The missles were fired in the very same way Russia went, China went, and the USA [Sobs]

The human race perished with hardly a chance to pray The Chigger (Polly Wolly Doodle) Oh, there was a little chigger And he wasn't much bigger Than the head of a tiny pin But the bump he raises Just itches like the blazes And that's where the scratch co mes in But the bump he raises Just itches like the blazes And that's where the scratch comes in The Corporation Muck Cart (There's no place like home) The corporation muck cart Was loaded to the brim The driver fell in backwards and found he could not swim He sank right to the bottom just like a little stone And as he sank he gurgled there's no place like home The Cow Kicked Nellie (Yell) The cow kicked Nellie in the bellie in the barn And the Doctor said it would do no harm So we all kicked Nellie in the bellie in the barn Second verse same as the first A little bit louder a little bit worse
The Cremation of Sam Mcgee

Ah those old northern lights, they have seen clear sights But the clearest sights that they did ever see It was on a moonlit mars of that old Lake Lavard On the night that I cremated Sam McGee Now my pal Sam McGee was from ol' Tennersee In the land where the cotton blooms grow But why Sam left his home in the deep deep south ta roam Round the cold way up north God only knows In the long search for gold he was always so cold How he longed again to roam the southern plain I would love to see him wade, how he feared the icy glade When I die he said cremate my last remains Well a fellows last need is a thing we have to heed So I promised and I swore I would not fail And again we started on at the first streaks o dawn But o God he was looki.n' ghastly pale He crouched on the sleigh and he raved away all day About the warmth from his home in Tennersee And before the night did fall, I'd a promise to recall Cause that was all that's left of Sam McGee

And I came upon the mars of that old Lake Lavard Where a broken down derelic did lay She was jammed there in a vice of twenty feet of frozen ice Was abandoned and left there to decay Some planks I quickly tore from it's old cabin floor And I gathered up the chunks of scattered boards Soon the blaze was burnin' red, seem'd that ol' McGee was dead So I stuffed him in that ol' crematin' hole There sat my buddy Sam lookin' mighty cool and calm In the heart of those furnace flames galore And he wore a great big smile you could almost see a mile As he chuckled hurry up an' close the door She's a fine place in here but I greatly fear You may let in that awful cold and storm For since I left Palm Tree down in good ol' Tennersee She's the first time that I've been better warm Ah those old northern lights, they have seen clear sights But the clearest sights that they did ever see It was on a moonlit mars of that old Lake Lavard On the night that I cremated Sam McGee On the night that I cremated Sam McGee
The Cruel War

The cruel war is raging, and Johnny has to fight I want to be with him, from morning till night I want to be with him, it grieves my heart so Won't you let me go with you? No my love no I'll go to your captain, get down on my knee Ten thousand gold guineas I'd give for your release Ten thousand gold guineas, it grieves my heart so Won't you let me go with you? No love no Tomorrow is Sunday, Monday is the day That your captain will call you and you must obey Your captain will call you, it grieves my heart so Won't you let me go with you? No my love no I'll tie back my hair, man's clothing I'll put on I'll pass as your comrade as we march along I'll pass as your comrade, no one will ever know Won't you let me go with you? No love no
The Death of Cock Robin

All the birds of the air fell a sighin' and sobbin' When they heard of the death of poor cock robin When they heard of the death of poor cock robin Who killed cock robin? "I", said the sparrow, "with my bow and arrow" "I killed cock robin"

Who saw him die? "I", said the fly, "with my little eye" Who'll make his shroud? "I", said the beetle, "with my thread and needle" Who'll dig his grave? "I", said the owl, "with my little trowel" Who'll give the memorial? "I", said the rook, "with my little book" Who'll be chief mourner? "I", said the dove, "with my undying love" Who'll bear the coffin? "I", said the wren, "with rooster and the hen" Who'll let him down? "I", said the crane, "with my golden chain" Who'll cover him over? "I", said the crow, "with my little hoe" Who'll toll the bell? "I", said the bull, "because I can pull" Who'll mark the grave? "I", said the thrush, "with my paint and brush" Who'll keep the vigil? "I", said the lark, "so long as it's not dark" The First Aider's Song (The Twelve Days of Christmas) On the first day of camping the Leader sent to me A boy who had skinned his knee On the second day of camping the Leader sent to me Two banged heads, and a boy who had skinned his knee three nose-bleeds . . four mozzie bites . . five nettle-stings . . six boys with splinters . . seven upset tummies . . eight cuts and grazes . . nine twisted ankles . . ten homesick Leaders . . eleven boys with measles . . twelve angry parents . .
The Fox

Oh the fox went out on a chilly night, prayed for the moon to give him light He had many a mile to go that night before he reached the town-o, town-o, town-o He had many a mile to go that night before he reached the town-o So he ran 'til he came to a great big pen where the ducks and the geese were kept therein He said "One of you is going to grease my chin before I leave this town-o, town-o, town-o

He said "One of you is going to grease my chin before I leave this town-o He grabbed a duck by the neck Swung a goose over his back He didn't mind the 'quack, quack, quack' and the legs all dangling down-o, down-o, down-o He didn't mind the 'quack, quack, quack' and the legs all dangling down-o Well old mother flipper-flopper jumped out of bed out the window she popped her head She cried, "John, John, the gray goose is gone! And the fox is on the town-o, town-o, town-o She cried, "John, John, the gray goose is gone! And the fox is on the town-o So John, he ran to the top of the hill blew his whistle so loud and shrill Fox, he said, "I better flee with my kill or they'll soon be on my trail-o, trail-o, trail-o" Fox, he said, "I better flee with my kill or they'll soon be on my trail-o" Well, he ran 'til he came to his cozy den, there were the little ones - eight, nine ten They said, "Daddy, better go back again 'cause it must be a might fine town-o, town-o, town-o They said, "Daddy, better go back again 'cause it must be a might fine town-o Then the fox and his wife, without any strife, cut up the goose with a fork and a knife They never has such a supper in their life and the little one chewed on the bones-o, bones-o, bones-o They never has such a supper in their life and the little one chewed on the bones-o
The Ghost of Anne Bolelyn

Now in the Tower of London, large as life (large as life) The ghost of Anne Bolelyn walks, I declare (I declare) Now, Anne Bolelyn was once King Henry's wife (Henry's wife) Until he had the axman bob her hair (bob her hair) It happened many long years ago (long years ago) But she still comes back at night to tell him so (tell him so) With her head tucked underneath her arm, she walks the bloody tower With her head tucked underneath her arm, at the midnight hour Oh, once in a while King Henry gives a spread (gives a spread) For all his pals and gals, a ghostly crew (ghostly crew) The axman carves the meat and cuts the bread (cuts the bread) And in walks Anne Bolelyn to spoil the stew (spoil the stew) She holds her head up high with a wild wa-whoop [blood curdling scream] King Henry cries, "Don't drop it in the soup!" (in the soup) Along the drafty corridors for miles and miles she goes She often catches cold, poor thing, it's drafty when it blows And it's awfully awkward when she has to blow her nose With her head tucked underneath her arm Suggested presentation: Make paper mache 'head' or draw a face on an ordinary balloon. The song leader uses this to act out the words as the audience sings along

The Grand Old Duke of York

O, the grand old Duke of York He has ten thousand men He marched them up to the top of the hill (march) And he marched them down again (march) And when they were up they were up (stand up) And when they were down they were down (squat down) And when they were only half way up (hover half way) They were neither up nor down (stand up, squat down quickly) The Grand Old Captain Kirk (The Grand Old Duke of York) O, the grand old Captain Kirk He has five hundred men He beamed them up to the Enterprise And he beamed them down again And when they were up they were up (stand up) And when they were down they were down (squat down) And when they were only half way up (hover half way) They were nowhere to be found (stand up, squat down quickly)
The Great American Railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty one Work on the railway was begun Work on the railway was begun Workin' on the railway Patsy atsy ori ay, ori ay, ori ay Patsy atsy ori ay, ori ay, ori ay Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty two I found myself with nothing to do I found myself with nothing to do Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty three The overseer accepted me The overseer accepted me Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty four My back was getting mighty sore My back was getting mighty sore Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty five I found myself more dead than alive I found myself more dead than alive Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty six I dropped a couple of dynamite sticks

I dropped a couple of dynamite sticks Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty seven I found myself half way to heaven I found myself half way to heaven Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty eight I found myself at the Pearly Gate I found myself at the Pearly Gate Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty nine A cherub's harp and wings were mine A cherub's harp and wings were mine Workin' on the railway In eighteen hundred and fifty-ten If you want any more, you can sing it again If you want any more, you can sing it again Workin' on the railway
The Great Meat Pie

The great meat pie was a tidy size And it took a week to make it A day to carry it to the shop And just a week to bake it And if you'd seen it I'll be bound Your wonder you'd scarce govern They were forced to break the front wall down to get it in the oven It too full thirty sacks of flour It's a fact now that I utter Three hundred pails of water, too And a hundred tubs of butter The crust was nearly seven feet thick You couldn't easily bruise it And the rolling pin was such a size It took ten men to use it There were twenty-five spareribs of pork I'm sure I'm not mistaken With two and thirty hams for York And twenty sides of bacon The pie was made by fifty cooks And all of them first raters And then they filled up all the nooks with a ton of kidney 'taters
The Gypsy Rover

The Gypsy rover went over the hill

Down to the valley so shady He whistled and he sang till the green woods rang For he won the heart of a lady Ha di do, ah dido da day, ah di do, ah di day-ee He whistled and he sang till the green woods rang For he won the heart of a lady. She left her father's castle gate She left her own true lover She left her servants and her estate To follow the Gypsy rover Her father saddled his fastest steed He searched the valley all over He sought his daughter at great speed And the whistling Gypsy rover He came at last to a mansion fine Down by the river Claydee And there was music and there was wine For the Gypsy and his lady "He is no Gypsy, my father," said she "But a lord of freelands all over And I will stay to my dying day With my whistling Gypsy rover
The Happy Wanderer

I love to go a-wandering Along the mountain track And as a go I love to sing My knapsack on my back Valderi, Valdera, Valderi Valdera-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha Valderi, Valdera My Knapsack on my back I love to wander by the stream That dances in the sun So joyously it calls to me Come join my happy song I wave my hat to all I meet And they wave back to me And blackbirds call so loud and sweet From every greenwood tree High overhead the skylarks wing They never rest at home But just like me they love to sing As o'er the world we roam Oh, may I go a-wandering Until the day I die And may I always laugh and sing

Beneath God's clear blue sky
The Little Green Frog

Gaaloomph went the little green frog one day Gaaloomph went the little green frog Gaaloomph went the little green frog one day And the frog went gloomph gloomph gloomph But we all know frogs go (clap) laa dee daa dee daa (clap) laa dee daa dee daa (clap) laa dee daa dee daa We all know frogs go (clap) laa dee daa dee daa They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph And we all know frogs go SQUELCH when you step on them SQUELCH when you step on them SQUELCH when you step on them We all know frogs go SQUELCH when you step on them They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph And we all know frogs go POP in the microwave POP in the microwave POP in the microwave We all know frogs go POP in the microwave They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph And well know frogs go WHZZZ in the blender WHZZZ in the blender WHZZZ in the blender We all know frogs go WHZZZ in the blender They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph And we all know frogs go SPLAT in the ceiling fan SPLAT in the ceiling fan SPLAT in the ceiling fan We all know frogs go SPLAT in the ceiling fan They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph
The More We Get Together

The more we get together, together, together The more we get together, the happier we'll be For your friends are my friends and my friends are your friends The more we get together, the happier we'll be Oh, how's for getting friendly, quite friendly, quite friendly Oh, how's for getting friendly, both your friends and mine If your friends like my friends and my friends like your friends We'll all be friends together, now won't that be fine? The more we camp together, together, together The more we camp together, the merrier we'll be For my Scout says to your Scout and your Scout says to me The more we camp together, the merrier we'll be
The One on the Right was on the Left

There once was a musical troupe, a pickin' swingin' folks group They sang the mountain ballads, and the folks songs of our land They've a lot of musical ability, folks thought they would go far But political incompatibility led to their downfall

Well the one on the right was on the left And the one in the middle was on the right And the one on the left was in the middle And the guy in the rear was a Methodist This musical acregation toured the entire nation Singing traditional ballads and folks songs of our land They performed with great virtuosity and soon they were to rate But political animosity prevailed upon the stage Well the one on the right was on the left And the one in the middle was on the right And the one on the left was in the middle And the guy in the rear burned his driver's licence At a certain harvest rendered, a hush fell on the crowd As thousands there were gathered to hear the folks sing of out land But they took their politics seriously And that night at the concert hall As the audience watched dilleriously, they had a free for all Well the one on the right was on the bottom And the one in the middle was on the top And the one on the left had a broken arm And the guy in the rear said; Oh dear! Now this should be a lesson. If you plan to start a folks group Don't go mixin' politics with the folks of our land Just work on harmony and diction, play your banjo well And if you have political convictions, keep 'em to yourself Now the one on the left works in a bank And the one in the middle drives a truck And the one on the right's an all night D.J And the guy in the rear got drafted
The Rattling Bog

Ro, ro the rattling bog The bog down in the valley O Rare bog the rattling bog A bog down in the valley O And on that bog there was a tree A rare tree, a rattling tree The tree in the bog and the bog down in the valley O Each verse adds an additional line And on that feather there was a flea A rare flea a rattling flea The flea on the feather and the feather on the wing And the wing on the bird and the bird on the egg And the egg on the nest and the nest on the leaf And the leaf on the twig and the twig on the branch And the branch on the limb and the limb on the tree And the tree in the bog and the bog down in the valley O

There Ain't No Flies on Us

There ain't no flies on us! Oh, No! There ain't no flies on us! Oh, No! There may be flies on some of you guys But there ain't no flies on us Itchy, itchy, itchy Scratch, scratch, scratch Itchy, itchy, itchy Scratch, scratch, scratch Itchy Scratch Itchy Scratch Itchy, itchy, itchy Scratch, scratch, scratch
There's One Wide River to Cross

Old Noah he build himself an Ark There's one wide river to cross He thatched it up with hickory bark There's one wide river to cross There's one wide river, and that's the river of Jordan There's one wide river, one wide river to cross He built long, and wide and tall There's one wide river to cross Plenty of room for the large and small There's one wide river to cross He anchored the ark to a great big rock There's one wide river to cross And then he began to load his stock There's one wide river to cross The animals came in one by one There's one wide river to cross The elephant munching a caraway bun There's one wide river to cross The animals came in two by two There's one wide river to cross The monkey and the kangaroo There's one wide river to cross The animals came in three by three There's one wide river to cross The lion and the chimpanzee There's one wide river to cross The animals came in four by four

There's one wide river to cross Old Noah got mad and hollered for more There's one wide river to cross The animals came in five by five There's one wide river to cross With wardrobe trunks they did arrive There's one wide river to cross The animals came in six by six There's one wide river to cross The leopard laughed at the monkey's tricks There's one wide river to cross The animals came in seven by seven There's one wide river to cross Now you may think there's at least eleven BUT THERE AIN'T!
There Was An Old Lady

There was an old lady who swallowed a fly I don't know why she swallowed a fly I guess she'll die There was an old lady who swallowed a spider That wiggled and jiggled and tickled insider her She swallowed the spider to catch the fly I don't know why she swallowed a fly I guess she'll die There was an old lady who swallowed a bird How absurd! To swallow a bird! She swallowed the bird to catch the spider That wiggled and jiggled and tickled insider her She swallowed the spider to catch the fly I don't know why she swallowed a fly I guess she'll die Continue verses: Cat . . . Imagine that! She swallowed a cat Dog . . . What a hog! She swallowed a dog Goat . . . She opened her throat and in walked a goat Cow . . . I don't know how she swallowed that cow There was an old lady, she swallowed a horse She DIED of course!
The Riddle Song

I gave my love a cherry that has no stone I gave my love a chicken that has no bone I gave my love a ring that has no end I gave my love a baby that's no cry-en How can there be a cherry that has no stone How can there be a chicken that has no bone

How can there be a ring that has no end How can there be a baby that's no cry-en? A cherry when it's bloomin',it has no stone A chicken when it's pippin', it has no bone A ring when it's rollin', it has no end A baby when it's sleepin', it's no cry-en
The Rooster

We had some hens, no eggs would they lay We had some hens, no eggs would they lay My spouse said, "Honey, this isn't funny We're loosing money." No eggs would they lay One day a rooster came into our yard He caught those hens right off of their guard They're laying eggs now, just like they used to Ever since that rooster came into our yard They're laying eggs now, just like they used to Ever since that rooster came into our yard We had a cow, no milk would she give We had a cow, no milk would she give My spouse said, "Honey, this isn't funny We're loosing money." No milk would she give When that rooster came into our yard He caught the cow right off of her guard She giving eggnog, that's more than she used to Ever since that rooster came into our yard She giving eggnog, that's more than she used to Ever since that rooster came into our yard We had a field, no crops would it grow . . . . We're raising eggplant . . . We had a dog, no pups did she have . . . . She's delivering pooched eggs . . . Me and my wife, no kids did we have . . . . We're raising egg heads . . . We had a gum machine, no gum would it give . . . . We're getting chiclets . . . We had a garden, no flowers would it grow . . . . We're growing chickweed . . . We had some fish, but they wouldn't grow . . . . We're raising tuna, it's the chicken of the sea . . . We had a car, but it wouldn't run . . . . We have a yolkswagen . . . We had a comedian, no laughs could he get . . . . He's telling yokes now . . . We had a army, no battles did we win . . . . We're getting shelled now . . . We had a cannon, but it wouldn't fire . . . . We have no rooster . . .
The Saints Go Marching In

Oh, when the Saints go marching in Oh, when the Saints go marching in Lord, I want to be in that number When the Saints go marching in 2. And when the revelation comes 3. And when the new world is revealed

4. And when the sun refuse to shine 5. And when they gather 'round the throne 6. And on that hallelujah day 7. And when the Saints go marching in The Scout Who Never Returned (Charlie On The MTA) Let me tell you of a story of a Scout named . . On that tragic and fateful day Put his Scout knife in his/her pocket Kissed his dog and family When to hike in the woods far away Well, did he ever return? No, he never returned And his fate is still unlearned: He may roam forever in the woods and mountains He's the Scout who never returned Now you citizens of town name Don't you think it's a scandle How ol' Scout's name got lost that day? Take the right equipment; TAKE ALONG A BUDDY When you hike in the hills that way Or else you'll never return No, you'll never return And your fate will be unlearned: (just like Scout's name) You may roam forever in the woods and mountains Like the Scout who never returned
The Ship Titanic

Oh, they built the ship Titanic to sail the ocean blue And they thought they had a ship that the water would never leak through But the Lord's almighty hand knew that ship would never stand It was sad when the great ship went down Oh, it was sad, it was sad; it was sad, it was sad It was sad when the great ship went down, to the bottom of the .. Husbands and wives, little-bitty children lost their lives It was sad when that great ship went down Oh, they sailed away from England, and were almost to the shore When the rich refused to associate with the poor So they put them down below, where they were the first to go It was sad when the great ship went down The boat was full of din, and the sides about to burst When the captain shouted "Women and children first!" Then the captain tried to wire, but the wireless was on fire It was sad when the great ship went down So they swung the lifeboats out o're the deep and raging sea The band struck up with 'Nearer My God to Thee' Little children wept and cried, as the waves swept, o're the side

It was sad when the great ship went down Oh the moral to be gained from this tale of woe and pain Is that if you're rich you should not be so vain For in the good Lord's eyes, you're the same as other guys It was sad when the great ship went down Oh they built another ship they called, "Titanic II." They were sure this time that the water would never leak thorough So they launched it with a cheer, and it sank right off the pier It was sad when the great ship went down
The Snakes Crawl at Night

Oh the snakes crawl at night, that's what they say When the sun goes down, then the snakes will play I watched that car pull right up into my driveway Saw a shadow slip away from my house So I hurried straight and looked in her room And I found out it was my loving spouse And I waited in the shadows until morning And the gun I held was trembling in my hand No I did not plan to give them any warning For the devil on my shoulder had command Oh the trail in a little while was over And they sentenced me to die right away But before I leave this courtroom, please your Honour There's something more I'd like to say . . .
The Sun Has Got His Hat On

The sun has got his hat on Hip hip hip hooray The sun has got his hat on and is coming out to play Now we'll all be happy Hip hip hip hooray The sun has got his hat on and is coming out to play
The Teddy Bear's Picnic

If you go down in the woods today You're sure of a big surprise If you go down in the woods today You'd better go in disguise For every bear that ever there was Will gather there for certain because Today's the day the teddy bears have their picnic Picnic time for teddy bears The little teddy bears are having a lovely time today Watch them, catch them unaware And see them picnic on their holiday See them gaily gad about

They love to sing and shout They never have any cares At six o'clock their mummies and daddies Will take them home to bed Because they're tired, little teddy bears
The Telephone Song

Leader: Everybody say Leaders's Name Group: Leader's Name Leader: I thought I heard my name (sung) Leader: Everybody say Leaders's Name Group: Leaders's Name Leader: I thought I heard it again. (sung) Leader: Everybody sing "Leaders's Name you're wanted on the telephone" Group: Leaders's Name you're wanted on the telephone Leader: Well if it's not "Jim" then I'm not home Group: Jim Jim: I thought I heard my name (Leader can help sing) Group: Jim Jim: I Thought I heard it again Group: Jim you're wanted on the telephone Jim: Well if it's not (Name Beaver on right) then I'm not home and so on and on....around the dam. Each Beaver's name is said 4 times and he only has to introduce himself to the person on his left. Chances are he won't even have to do this because Beavers tend to sit beside people they know. The song leader will probably have to help some of the boys to sing the reply and so should follow the song around the dam
The Thing

As I was walking down the beach one bright and sunny day I saw a great big wooden box a-floatin' in the bay I pulled it in and opened it up and much to my surprise I discovered a -, -,-right before my eyes! Oh, I discovered a -, -,-right before my eyes! I picked it up and ran to town as happy as a king I took it to a guy I know who'd buy most anything But this is what he hollered at me as I walked in his shop "Oh, get out of here with that -, -,-before I call a cop!" "Oh, get out of here with that -, -,-before I call a cop!" I turned around and got right out a-runnin' for my life And then I took it home with me to give it to my wife But this is what she hollered at me as I walked in the door "Oh get out of here with that -, -, -, and don't come back no more" "Oh get out of here with that -, -, -, and don't come back no more" I wandered all around the town until I chanced to meet A hobo who was looking for a handout on the street He said he'd take most any old thing, he was a desperate man But when I showed him the -, -, -, he turned a-round and ran

But when I showed him the -, -, -, he turned a-round and ran I wandered on for many years, a victim of my fate Un-til one day I came upon Saint Peter at the gate And when I tried to take it inside he told me where to go "Get out of here with that -, -, -, and take it down be-low!" "Get out of here with that -, -, -, and take it down be-low!" The moral of this story is; if you're out on the beach And you should see a great big box, and it's within your reach Don't ever stop and open it up, that's my advice to you 'Cause you'll never get rid of the -, -,-no matter what you do! 'Cause you'll never get rid of the -, -,-no matter what you do! The Tree Toad (Auld Lang Syne) A tree toad loved a fair she toad That lived up in a tree She was a fair three-toed tr ee toad But a two-toed toad was he The two-toed tree toad tried to win The she toad's friendly nod For the two-toed tree toad loved the ground That the three-toed tree toad trod Now three-toed tree toads have no care For two-toed tree toad love But the two-toed tree toad fain would share A tree home up above In vain the two-toed tree toad tried He couldn't please her whim In her tree toad bower with veto power The she toad vetoed him! The Twelve Days Of Summer Camp (Twelve Days of Christmas) On the first day of summer camp, my mommy sent to me A box of oatmeal cookies On the second day of summer camp, my mommy sent to me Two T-shirts And a box of oatmeal cookies Three pairs of sox . . Four woolen caps . . Five underpants . . Six postage stamps . . Seven nose warmers . . Eight BatMan comic books . . Nine bars of soap . . Ten Band-Aids . . Eleven shoestrings . . Twelve bottles of blood-sucking heliocopter repellent . .

The Unicorn

A long time ago when the earth was green There was more kinds of animals than you've ever seen They'd run around free while the ark was being born But the loveliest of them all was the unicorn There were green alligators and long-necked geese Some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees Some cats and rats and elephants but sure as you're born The loveliest of all was the unicorn Now God seen some sinnin' and it gave him pain And He says, "Stand back, I'm going to make it rain" He says, "Hey brother Noah, I'll tell you what to do Build me a floating zoo" "Take some of them green alligators and long-necked geese Some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees Some cats and rats and elephants, but sure as you're born Don't you forget my unicorn" Old Noah was there to answer the call He finished up making the ark just as the rain started fallin' He marched in the animals two by two And he called out as they went through "Hey Lord, I got You green alligators and long-necked geese Some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees Some cats and rats and elephants, but I'm so forlorn I just can't see no unicorn" Then Noah looked out through the driving rain Them unicorns were hiding, playing silly games Kicking and splashin' while the rain was pourin' Oh, them silly unicorns There were green alligators and long-necked geese some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees Noah cried, "Close the door 'cause the rain was pourin' And we just can't wait for no unicorn" The ark started movin' and it drifted with the tide Them unicorns looked up from the rocks and they cried And the waters came down and sort of floated them away That's why you never seen a unicorn to this very day You'll see some green alligators and long-necked geese some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees Some cats and rats and elephants but as sure as you're born You're never gonna see no unicorn
The Wandering Fly

There was a fly who wanted to roam So he packed his bags and left his home Across the road to the grocery store

Where he landed on the ceiling and landed on the floor He landed on the sugar and he landed on the tea And if I'd been there he'd have landed on me The Weekend (Battle Hymn of the Republic) I have seen the sky in darkness, I have seen it in the sun I have felt the rain upon me, I've enjoyed the snowy fun When the weather isn't cloudy or the wind it doesn't blow It isn't only raining, it's the weekend too, you know Glory, glory, it's the weekend! Glory, glory, it's the weekend! I can tell because it's raining and it's 42 below As we Scouts go marching on
The Worms Crawl In

Whenever you see a hearse go by, Oooh, ah, oooh, ah Remember, one day, you've got to die, Oooh, ah, oooh, ah They wrap you up in a clean white sheet, Oooh, ah, oooh, ah And drop your box down thirteen feet. Oooh, ah, oooh, ah All goes well for about a week ... And then the coffin begins to leak ... Your eyes fall in and your teeth fall out ... And maggots play ping-pong on your snout ... Your fingers rot, and so do your toes ... Your brains come tumbling down your nose ... After a while your face turns green ... And pus pours out like clotted-cream ... The worms crawl in and the worms crawl out ... They go in thin and they come out stout ... So, whenever you see a hearse go by, Oooh, ah, oooh, ah Remember one day, you've got to die, Oooh, ah, oooh, ah How happy we shall be!
This Little Guiding Light of Mine

This little Guiding light of mine

I'm gonna let it shine This little Guiding light of mine I'm gonna let it shine This little Guiding light of mine I'm gonna let it shine Let it shine all the time let it shine Don't you (pouf) me little light out I'm gonna let it shine, etc. Take my little light round the block I'm gonna let it shine, etc. Hide it under a bushel? Oh, no I'm gonna let it shine, etc. Don't you (pouf) me little light out I'm gonna let it shine Take my little light round the block I'm gonna let it shine Hide it under a bushel? Oh, no I'm gonna let it shine, etc. Let it shine all the time let it shine
This Old Man

This old man, he plays one He plays knick-knack on my thumb With a knick-knack, paddy-wack, give a dog a bone This old man goes rolling home Two-on my shoe. Tap shoe Three-on my knee. Tap on knee Four-on the floor. Touch the floor Five-on my hive. Move hands as if brushing bees away from ears Six-on my sticks. Tap knuckles of other hand Seven-up to Devon. Shake fist Eight-on my pate. Tap top of head Nine-on my spine. Touch backbone Ten-now and then. Raise hands shoulder high, open and close fists in rhythm
Three Fishermen

There were three jolly fishermen There were three jolly fishermen Fisher, fisher, men, men, men Fisher, fisher, men, men, men There were three jolly fishermen The first one's name was Abraham The first one's name was Abraham Abra, abra, ham, ham, ham Abra, abra, ham, ham, ham The first one's name was Abraham The second one was I-isaac

The second one was I-isaac I-i, i-i, zac, zac, zac I-i, i-i, zac, zac, zac The second one was Isaac The third one's name was Ja-acob The third one's name was Ja-acob J-a, j-a, cub, cub, cub J-a, j-a, cub, cub, cub The third one's name was Ja-acob They all sailed up to Jericho They all sailed up to Jericho Jeri, jeri, co, co, co Jeri, jeri, co, co, co They all sailed up to Jericho They should have gone to Amsterdam They should have gone to Amsterdam Amster, amster, shh, shh, shh Amster, amster, shh, shh, shh They should have gone to Amsterdam You must not say that naughty word You must not say that naughty word Naughty, naughty, word, word, word Naughty, naughty, word, word, word You must not say that naughty word I'm going to say it anyway..
Three Blind Mice

Three blind mice, three blind mice See how they run, see how they run They all ran after the farmers wife Who cut off their tails with a carving knife Did you ever see such a thing in your life As three blind mice
Three Little Angels

Three little angels all dressed in white Tried to get to heaven on the end of a kite But the kite string was broken, down they all fell They couldn't get to heaven to they all went to . . Two little angels all dressed in white (as verse 1) One little angel all dressed in white (as verse 1) Three little angels all dressed in blue Tried to get to heaven on the end of a shoe But the shoe lace was broken, down they all fell They couldn't get to heaven to they all went to . . Two little angels all dressed in blue (as verse 1) One little angel all dressed in blue (as verse 1)

Three little devils all dressed in red Tried to get to heaven on the end of a bed But the bed post was broken, down they all fell They couldn't get to heaven to they all went to . . Two little devils all dressed in red (as verse 1) One little devils all dressed in red (as verse 1) Don't be mistaken, don't be misled They couldn't get to heaven so they all went to bed!
Three Wood Pigeons

Three wood pigeons, three wood pigeons Three wood pigeons sitting in a tree LEADER: Look! One has flown away! GROUP: Aww! Wailing Two wood pigeons, two wood pigeons, etc LEADER: Look! Another has flown! GROUP: Oh-h-h! Louder wailing One wood pigeon, one wood pigeon, etc LEADER: Oh-oh! There goes the last one! GROUP: Oh-h-h! Very loud wailing No wood pigeons, no wood pigeons, etc LEADER: But, wait! One has returned! GROUP: Ah-h! Joyfully One wood pigeon, one wood pigeon, etc LEADER: Now, another has returned! GROUP:Loud cheers Two wood pigeons, two wood pigeons, etc LEADER: Hurray! The third one has returned! GROUP:Tremendous cheers Three wood pigeons, three wood pigeons, etc. Rapidly and enthusiastically Actions: Choose three persons to represent the pigeons. On cue these 'fly' off (or in) with comical antics
Tipperary

It's a long way to Tipperary It's a long way to go It's a long way to Tipperary To the sweetest girl I know Goodbye Piccadilly Farewell Leicester Square It's a long, long way to Tipperary But my hearts right there
Tip-toe Through the Tulips

Tip-toe to the window, by the window That is where I'll be

Come tip-toe through the tulips with me Tip-toe from you pillow To the shadow of a willow tree And tip-toe through the tulips with me Knee deep in flowers we'll stray We'll keep the showers away And if I kiss you in the garden In the moonlight, will you pardon me? Come tip-toe through the tulips with me
Together Again

Together again, my tears have stopped falling The long lonely nights are now at an end The key to my heart you hold in your hand And nothing else matters, we're together again Together again, the grey skies are gone You're back in my arms now where you belong The love that I knew is living again And nothing else matters, we're together again Tommy (Frosty) Tommy, the Cub Scout Was a very happy boy With a uniform of blue and gold And a Den that gave him joy Tommy, the Cub Scout Earned his badges one by one He did his best and met the test A good citizen he's become He helps out other people when He sees they need a lot He does his chores around the house And feeds his dog (named Spot) Tommy, the Cub Scout Does his duty willingly Someday he'll join a Boy Scout Troop And a fine man he will be
Too Marvellous for Words

You're just to marvellous Too marvellous for words Like glorious, glamorous And that old standby, amorous It's all too wonderful I'll never find the words That say enough, tell enough I mean, they just aren't swell enough

You're much to much And just too very, very To ever be in Webster's Dictionary And so, I'm borrowing A love song from the birds To tell you that you're marvellous Too marvellous for words Turkey Day (My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean) My turkey went walking one morning The November weather to see A man with a hatchet approached her Oh, bring back my turkey to me Bring back, bring back Oh, bring back my turkey to me, to me Bring back, bring back Oh, bring back my turkey to me I went down the sidewalk a shoppin' The sights in shop windows to see And everywhere hung great fat gobblers Oh, bring back my turkey to me Bring back, bring back Oh, bring back my turkey to me, to me Bring back, bring back Oh, bring back my turkey to me I went out to dinner and ordered The best things they had I could see They brought it all roasted and sizzling They brought back my turkey to me Brought back, brought back They brought back my turkey to me, to me Brought back, brought back They brought back my turkey to me
Turkey in the Straw

Oh, as I was a goin' down the road With a tired team and a heavy load I cracked my whip and leader sprung I says good-day to the wagon tongue Turkey in the straw, turkey in the hay Turkey in the straw, turkey in the hay Roll 'em up and twist 'em up a high tuckahaw And play a little tune called 'Turkey in the Straw' Oh, I jumped in the seat, and I gave a little yell The horses ran away, broke the wagon all to hell Sugar in the gourd and honey in the horn I never been so happy since the day I was born

Oh, I went out to milk, and I didn't know how I milked the goat instead of the cow A monkey sittin' on a pile of straw A-winkin' his eyes at his mother-in-law Well, I met Mr. Catfish comin' down stream Says Mr. Catfish, "What do you mean?" I caught Mr. Catfish by the snout And I turned Mr. Catfish wrong side out Well, I came to a river and I couldn't get across So I paid five dollars for a blind old hoss He wouldn't go ahead, and he wouldn't stand still So we went up and down like an old saw mill As I came down the new cut road I met Mr. Bullfrog, I met Miss Toad And every time Miss Toad would sing Old Bullfrog cut a pigeon wing Oh, I had an old hen and she had a wooden leg She was the best darn hen that ever laid an egg She laid more eggs than any hen on the farm And a little competition didn't do her any harm Well, if frogs had wings and snakes had hair And automobiles went flying through the air Well, if watermelons grew on a huckleberry vine We'd all have winter in the summertime
Turnip Tops

You get off my turnip tops And you get off my gate mate If you don't run I'll get my gun And then it'll be too late mate
TV Dinners

How does Batman's mother call him in for tea? To the Batman theme tune: Dinner, dinner, dinner, dinner, Dinner, dinner, dinner, dinner, Batman! How does the Pink Panther chase insects? To the Pink Panther Theme tune: Dead ant, dead ant, dead ant, dead ant, dead ant ... How does Bob Marley like his Doughnuts? To Jammin: Wi' jam in, jam in, and I hope you like jam in too. The Lone Ranger saw Tonto with a dustbin on his back, so he said, "Where are you going with that dustbin, Tonto?" And Tonto said:

To the Lone Ranger theme Tune: To the dump, to the dump, to the dump, dump, dump Two Little Fleas (Auld Lang Syne) Two little fleas together sat They cried when one flea said "I've had no place to lay my head Since my old dog is dead I've traveled far from place to place And farther will I roam But the next old dog that shows his face Will be my home sweet home"
Tzena

Tzena, Tzena, Tzena, Tzena Can't you hear the music playing In____ the village square? Tzena, Tzena, Tzena, Tzena Can't you hear the music playing In____ the village square? Tzena, Tzena, join the celebration There'll be people there from evey nation Dawn will find us dancing in the sunlight Dancing in the village square Underneath the Flysheet (Underneath the Arches) Underneath the flysheet we'll dream the night away Underneath the flysheet on stony ground we'll lay Ev'ry night you'll find us, wrapped up nice and warm Waiting till the birdsong comes cheeping Heralding the dawn We sleep out when it's raining, we sleep out when it's dry Stars overhead so high Rucksack for our pillow, we always want to stay Underneath the flysheet, we'll dream the night away
Up A Lazy River

Up a lazy river by the old mill run That lazy, lazy river in the noonday sun Linger in the shade of a kind, old tree Throw away your troubles Dream a dream with me Up a lazy river where the robins' song Awakes a bright new morning We can loaf along Blue skies up above, everyone's in love Up a lazy river, how happy you can be

Up a lazy river, with me
Upward Trail

We're on the upward trail, we're on the upward trail Singing, singing, everybody singing, as we go We're on the upward trail, we're on the upward trail Singing, singing, everybody singing, Scouting bound
Vive l'Amour

Let every good Scout now join in a song, Vive la compagnie Success to each other and pass it along. Vive la Compagnie Vive la, vive la, vive l'amour Vive la, vive la, vive l'amour Vive l'amour, vive l'amour Vive la compagnie Come all you good people and join in with me, Vive la compagnie And raise up your voices in close harmony. Vive la compagnie A friend on your left and a friend on your right, Vive la compagnie In love and good fellowship let us unite. Vive la compagnie With friends all around us, we'll sing out our song, Vive la compagnie We'll banish our troubles, it won't take us long. Vive la compagnie Now wider and wider our circle expands, Vive la compagnie We sing to our comrades in faraway lands. Vive la compagnie Should time or occasion compel us to part, Vive la compagnie These days shall forever enliven our heart. Vive la compagnie Wading (Battle Hymn of the Republic) She waded in the water and she got her ankles wet She waded in the water and she got her ankles wet She waded in the water and she got her ankles wet But she didn't get her (clap, clap) wet Glory, glory, Hallelujah Glory, glory, Hallelujah Glory, glory, Hallelujah She didn't get her (clap, clap) wet, yet . . . knees . . . . . thighs . . She waded in the water and she finally got it wet She finally got her bathing suit wet
Wait Till the Sun Shines Nellie

Wait 'till the sun shines, Nellie And the clouds go drifting by We will be happy, Nellie Don't you sigh Down Lover's Lane we'll wander Sweetheart, you and I

Wait 'till the sun shines, Nellie Bye and Bye
Wally Archer

Wally Archer, Wally Archer Do-bi-do-do, do-bi-do-do Wally Archer, Wally Archer Do-bi-do-do, do-bi-do-do Simplest thing there ain't much to it All you've got to do is do-bi-do-do it I like the rest but the part I like best goes Do-bi-do-do-bi-do-do__ ooo ooo
Waltzing Matilda

Once a jolly swagman camped beside a billabong Under the shade of a coolibah tree And he sang as he sat and waited while his billy boiled Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? Waltzing Matilda, waltzing Matilda Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? And he sang as he sat and waited while his billy boiled Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? Down came a jumpbuck to drink at the billabong Up jumped the swagman and grabbed him with glee And he sang as he stowed that jumback in his tuckerbag Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? Up came the squatter, mounted on his thoroughbred Down came the troopers - one, two, three "Where's that jolly jumpbuck you've got in your tuckerbag? You'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me Up jumped the swagman and sprang into the billabong "You'll never take me alive!", said he And his ghost may be heard as you pass beside that billabong Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? Washed Up (The Yellow Rose of Texas) Oh, the Yellow Rose of Texas And the man from Laramie Invited Davey Crockett to have a cup of tea. The tea was so delicious they had another cup And left poor Davey Crockett to do the washing up.
Waterloo

Waterloo Waterloo where will you meet your Waterloo Every puppy has his stay, everybody has to fade Everybody has to meet his Waterloo Now old Adam was the first in history

With an apple he was tempted and deceived His first fight was elbow made him take a bite And that's when Napoleon met his Waterloo Little General Napoleon of France Tried to conquer the world but lost his pants Met this beast along his Bonaparte retreat And that's when Napoleon met his Waterloo Now a fellar whose darlin' proved untrue Took her life but he lost his too Now he's laying where the little birdies sing And that's where Tom Dooley met his Waterloo
Wayfarer's Grace

For all the glory of the way For Thy protection, night and day For roof, tree, fire, and bed and board For friends and home, we thank Thee, Lord
Way Over the Irish Sea

When I was one, I had just begun The day I went to sea I climbed aboard a pirate ship and the captain said to me "We'll go this way, that way, forward and back Way over the Irish Sea A bottle of Coke to soothe my throat And that's the life for me Da, da, dum; da, da, dum . . When I was two, I tied my shoe . . When I was three, I bumped my knee . . When I was four, I shut the door . . When I was five, I was still alive . . When I was six, I gathered sticks . . When I was seven, I was almost in heaven . . When I was eight, I closed the gate . . When I was nine, I was feeling fine . . When I was ten, I started over again . . Suggested motions: "...climbed aboard..." as if climbing up the side of a ship "...the captain said..." give salute "We'll go..." bend at the waist; first left, right, forward, and back "...over the Irish Sea." make waves with hand "...bottle of coke..." as if chugging a soft drink "...to soothe my throat..." touch throat with hand "...that's the life..." slap knee and raise hand "...da, da, dum..." step forward, step back
Way up in the sky

Way up in the sky (hands thrown up) The little birds fly (kentucky fried chicken wings)

While down in the nest ('nest' in crook of elbow - point) The little birds rest (rest head on hands - 'sleeping') With a wing on the left ('flap' left arm then bring it behind) And a wing on the right (same on right) The little birds sleep All through the night (same sleeping action) Shhh! (whispered) They're SLEEPING! (shouted!) The bright sun comes up (throw hands up) The dew falls away (hands go down in stages like rain/dew going) Good morning! Good morning! (throw hands up at each 'good morning') the little birds say.
We are Climbing Jacob's Ladder

We are climbing Jacob's ladder; we are climbing Jacob's ladder We are climbing Jacob's ladder; won't you climb with me Every rung goes higher, higher; every rung goes higher, higher Every rung goes higher, higher; won't you climb with me If you love God, why not serve him; if you love God, why not serve him If you love God, why not serve him; won't you climb with me Rise, shine, give God glory . . Variation We are climbing Scouting's ladder . .
We're All Together Again

We're all together again, we're here, we're here We're all together again, we're here, we're here And who knows when we'll be altogether again Singing all together again, we're here, we're here We're Here For Fun (Auld Lang Syne) We're here for fun right from the start, so drop your dignity Just laugh and sing with all your heart, and show your loyalty May all your troubles be forgot, let this night be the best Join in the songs we sing tonight, be happy with the rest
What a Grand and Glorious Feeling

What a grand and glorious feeling, glorious feeling When the bells of peace are ringing, peace are ringing Peach on earth, peace on earth, peace on earth
What Shall we do with the Drunken Sailor

What shall we do with the drunken sailor What shall we do with the drunken sailor What shall we do with the drunken sailor Early in the morning Hoo-ray and up she rises

Hoo-ray and up she rises Hoo-ray and up she rises Early in the morning Shake him take him try to wake him . . Give him lashings with a rope end . . Bathe his wounds with salty water . . Sling him in the long boat till he's sober . . Pull out the plug and wet him all over . . Put him below until he's sober . . Get a hose and wet him all over . . Shave his tummy with a rusty razor . . Send him up the crow's nest until he falls down . . Tie him to the taffrail when she's yardarm under . . That's what we'll do with the drunken sailor . . Whenever You Make A Promise (Round) Whenever you make a promise, consider well its importance; And when made, engrave it upon your heart
When I First Came to this Land

When I first came to this land I was not a wealthy man So I got myself a shack And I did all I could And I called my shack 'Break my back' But the land was sweet and good And I did all I could When I first came to this land I was not a wealthy man So I got myself a cow And I did all I could And I called my cow 'No milk now' And I called my shack 'Break my back' But the land was sweet and good And I did all I could Hen - 'Now and then' Donkey - 'Horse gone wonky' Wife - 'Run for your life' Son - 'My work's done' When I First Came to this Pack (When I First Came to this Land) When I first came to this Pack some equipment I did lack So I got myself a book, I did what I could And I called the book sneak a look But the kids were pretty good, so I did what I could Some wood - 'that looks good'

Some string - 'just the thing' A ball - 'fun for all' A bat - 'just like that' Some card - 'they'll work hard'
When I Grow Too Old to Dream

When I grow too old to dream, I'll have you to remember When I grow too old to dream, your love will live in my heart So hug me, my friend, and so let us part And when I grow too old to dream, that hug will live in my heart
When Irish Eyes are Smiling

When Irish eyes are smiling, Sure it's like a morn in spring In the lilt of Irish laughter, You can hear the angels sing When Irish hearts are happy, All the world seems bright and gay And when Irish eyes are smiling, Sure they steal your heart away
When You and I Were Young Maggie

I wandered today to the hill, Maggie To watch the scene below The creek and the creaking old mill, Maggie As we used to long ago The green grove is gone from the hill, Maggie Where first the daisies sprung! The creeking old mill is still, Maggie Since you and I were young When You're Smiling When you're smiling, when you're smiling The whole world smiles with you When you're laughing, when you're laughing The sun comes shining through But when you're crying, you bring on the rain So stop your sighing, be happy again Keep on smiling, 'cause when you're smiling The whole world smiles with you
Whiffenpoof Song

To the tables down at Morey's To the place where Louis dwells To that dear old Temple Bar, we love so well Sing the Whiffenpoofs assembled With their glasses raised on high And the magic of their singing cast a spell Yes the magic of their singing Of the songs we love so well

Sing, "A waisting," and "Mauvaureen" and the rest We'll serenade our Louis While voice and life shall last Then we'll pass and be forgotten with the rest We are poor little lambs Who have gone astray Baa, Baa, Baa; We are little black sheep Who have gone astray Baa, Baa, Baa Gentlemen songsters off on a spree Doomed from here to eternity Lord have mercy on such as we Baa, Baa, Baa
Whispering

Whispering while you cuddle near me Whispering so no one can hear me Each little whisper seems to cheer me I know it's true there's no one dear, but you You're whispering why you'll never grieve me Whisper and say that you believe me Whispering that I love you
White Coral Bells

White coral bells Upon slender stalk Lilies-of-the-valley Deck my garden walk Oh don't you wish That you could hear them ring? But that will only happen When the fairies sing Who'll Come A-Scouting (Waltzing Matilda) Once a mighty soldier, beloved by his fellow men Under the shade of the flag of the free Took some youth and trained them Taught them to be brave and true Who'll come a-Scouting, a-Scouting with me Keep on a-working, never a-shirking Carry out the rules as you know them to be And we'll sing as we put our shoulders and our brains to work Who'll come a-Scouting, a-Scouting with me Soon the little band grew, swelling to great number Through other countries, one, two, three Then around the world it spread, stronger, ever stronger

Who'll come a-Scouting, a-Scouting with me Keep on praying, keep on saying If we work hard enough, then we'll stay free And we'll sing as we put our shoulders and our brains to work Who'll come a-Scouting, a-Scouting with me
Wild Rover

I've been as wild rover for many the year And I've spent all my money on whiskey and beer And now I'm returning with gold in great store And I never will play the wild rover no more And It's no, nay, never No, nay, never no more Will I play the wild rover No never no more I went into an ale house I used to frequent And I told the landlady my money was spent I asked her for credit, she answered me "nay Sure 'tis custom like yours I can get any day" I took out from my pocket 10 sovereigns bright And the landlady's eyes opened wide with delight She said "Sir, I have whiskey and wines of the best And the words I have spoke they were only in jest" I'll go home to my parents - confess what I've done And I'll ask them to pardon their prodigal son And than they'll caress me as oft times before And I never will play the wild rover no more
Wings of a Dove

On the wings of a snow white dove Seasoned with your sweet love Assigned from above, on the wings of a dove; (wings of a dove) When troubles surround us, when e-e-vils come The body grows weak (body grows weak) The spirit grows numb (spirit grows numb) When these things beset us, He doesn't forget us He sends down His love (sends down His love) On the wings of a dove (wings of a dove) On the wings of a snow white dove He sends His pure, sweet love Assigned from above, ('signed from above) On the wings of a dove, (wings of a dove) When Noah had drifted on the floods many days He searched for land (he searched for land) In various ways (various ways) Troubles he had some, but wasn't forgotten He sent him His love (sent him His love)

On the wings of a dove (wings of a dove) On the wings of a snow white dove He sent His pure, sweet love Assigned from above, on the wings of a dove (wings of a dove) On the wings of a dove Wizz Kings (We Three Kings) We three kings of Orient are, One in a taxi, One in a car, One in a scooter, Blowing his hooter, Smoking a big cigar. Woad (Men of Harlech) What's the use of wearing braces ? Vests and pants and boots with laces ? Spats and hats you buy in places Down the Brompton Road ? What's the use of shirts of cotton ? Studs that always get forgotten ? These affairs are simply rotten, Better far is woad. Woad's the stuff to show men. Woad to scare your foemen. Boil it to a brilliant hue And rub it on your back and your abdomen. Ancient Briton ne'er did hit on Anything as good as woad to fit on Neck or knees or where you sit on. Tailors you be blowed !! Romans came across the channel All dressed up in tin and flannel Half a pint of woad per man'll Dress us more than these. Saxons you can waste your stitches Building beds for bugs in britches We have woad to clothe us which is Not a nest for fleas Romans keep your armours. Saxons your pyjamas. Hairy coats were made for goats, Gorillas, yaks, retriever dogs and llamas Tramp up Snowdon with your woad on, Never mind if you get rained or blowed on Never want a button sewed on.

Go it Ancient B's !!
Woodpecker's Yell

A man put his finger in a woodpecker's hole The woodpecker said "Why, bless my soul Take it out! Take it out! REMOVE IT!" He removed his finger from the woodpecker's hole The woodpecker said "Why, bless my soul Put it back! Put it back! REPLACE IT!" He replaced his finger in the woodpecker's hole The woodpecker said "Why, bless my soul Turn it round! Turn it round! ROTATE IT!" He rotated his finger in the woodpecker's hole The woodpecker said "Why, bless my soul Turn it back! Turn it back! REVERSE IT!" Worms (1) Nobody likes me, everybody hates me Think I'll go and eat worms Long thin skinny ones, short fat juicy ones See how they wriggle and squirm Bite their heads off, suck their juice out Throw their skins away You should see how well I thrive On worms three times a day Worms (2) Nobody likes me Everybody hates me! Iím gonna eat some worms Chorus (Repeat after each verse) Long, slim slimey ones Short, fat juicy ones Itsy, bitsy, fuzzy, wuzzy worms First you get a bucket Then you get a shovel Oh how they wiggle and squirm First you pull the heads off Then you suck th guts out Oh how they wiggle and squirm Down goes the first one Down goes the second one Oh how they wiggle and squirm Up comes the first one Up comes the second one Oh how they wiggle and squirm Everybody likes me

Nobody hates me! Why did I eat those worms? Chop up their heads and Squeeze out their juice And throw their tails away Nobody knows how I survive On worms three times a day! Worms (3) Nobody likes me, everybody hates me I'm sitting in the garden eating Wo-o-o-rms Big fat juicy worms Slip slap slimy worms Fuzzy wuzzy wuzzy wuzzy worms First one was easy Second one was squeezy Third one got stuck in my throat Big fat juicy worms Slip slap slimy worms Fuzzy wuzzy wuzzy wuzzy worms Bite off their heads and Suck out their guts and Throw their skins awa-a-a-y Big fat juicy worms Slip slap slimy wormsBr Fuzzy wuzzy wuzzy wuzzy worms! Worms (4) Nobody loves me, everybody hates me, Guess I'll go and eat worms, Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms. First you cut the heads off, then you suck the guts out Oh, how they wiggle and squirm, Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms. Wiggle goes the first one, goosh goes the second one, Sure don't wanna eat these worms, Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms. Down goes the first one, down goes the second one Sure hate the taste of these worms Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones,

Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms. Nobody hates me, everybody likes me Never should've eaten those worms Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms. Up comes the first one, up comes the second one Oh, how they squiggle and squirm Long slim slimy ones, short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy ftlzzy wuzzy worms.
Yankee Doodle

Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding And there we saw the men and boys, as thick as hasty pudding There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion A-giving orders to his men, I guess there was a million And there I saw a cannon barrel as big as mother's basin And every time they touched it off they scampered like the nation
Yankee Doodle Dandy

I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy A Yankee Doodle, do or die A real live nephew of my uncle Sam's Born on the fourth of July I've got a Yankee Doodle sweetheart She's my Yankee Doodle joy Yankee Doodle came to London Just to ride the ponies I am a Yankee Doodle boy
You are my Sunshine

The other night, dear, As I lay sleeping I dreamt I held you in my arms When I awoke, dear, I was mistaken And hung my head and cryed You are my sunshine, my only sunshine You make me happy, when skies are gray You'll never know dear, how much I love you Please don't take my sunshine away I'll always love you and make you happy If you will only love me too But if you leave me to love another

You'll regret it all some day You Can Dig My Grave (With a Silver Spade) You can dig my grave with a silver spade You can dig my grave with a silver spade You can dig my grave with a silver spade 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer There's a long white robe up in heaven for me There's a long white robe up in heaven for me There's a long white robe up in heaven for me 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer There's a starry crown up in heaven for me There's a starry crown up in heaven for me There's a starry crown up in heaven for me 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer There's a pair of wings up in heaven for me There's a pair of wings up in heaven for me There's a pair of wings up in heaven for me 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer There's a golden harp up in heaven for me There's a golden harp up in heaven for me There's a golden harp up in heaven for me 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer You just pluck one string and the whole heavens ring You just pluck one string and the whole heavens ring You just pluck one string and the whole heavens ring 'Cause I ain't gonna be here much longer
You'll Never Go to Heaven

Leader: Oh the Deacon went down Response: Oh the Deacon went down Leader: To the cellar to pray Response: To the cellar to pray Leader: The lights went out Response: The lights went out Leader: And he stayed all day Response: And he stayed all day
All:

Oh the Deacon went down to the cellar to pray The lights went out and he stayed all day I ain’t gonna grieve my lord no more, no more I ain’t gonna grieve my lord I ain’t gonna grieve my lord I ain’t gonna grieve my lord no more You'll never go to heaven in an old Ford car

'Cos an old Ford car won't get that far You'll never go to heaven in a ping pong ball 'Cos a ping pong ball is much too small You'll never go to heaven in a limousine 'Cos the lord aint go no gasoline You'll never go to heaven in a Sabre Jet 'Cos the lord aint go no runways yet You'll never go to heaven in a Girl Guides arms 'Cos the lord don't want those faminine charms You'll never go to heaven in a rocking chair 'Cos the lord don't want no rockers there You'll never go to heaven in a wicker chair 'Cos the lord dont want no baskets there You'll never go to heaven in a biscuit tin 'Cos a biscuit tin's got biscuits in You'll never go to heaven in a apple tree 'Cos an apple trees got roots you see You'll never get to heaven on roller skates You'd slip right by them Pearly Gates You'll never get to heaven in your girlfriend's bra 'Cos your girlfriends bra don't stretch that far You'll never get to heaven on a plate of glass 'Cos a plate of glass gonna cut your leg You'll never get to heaven in a limousine 'Cos the Lord don't sell no gasoline You'll never get to heaven on Richard's bike 'Cos you'll get halfway, then you'll have to hike You'll never get to heaven in Mike's car 'Cos Mike's car stops at every bar You'll never get to heaven with a bottle of gin 'Cos St Peter don't let them spirits in You'll never get to heaven in Ivor's pants 'Cos Ivor's pants are full of ants You'll never get to heaven, on water skis 'Cos the angels don't like hairy knees Oh you can't get to heaven with powder and paint 'Cos it makes you look like what you ain't Oh you can't get to heaven in a strapless gown ''Cos a strapless gown thing might fall right down Oh you can't chew terbaccy on the golden shore 'Cos the Lord don't have no cuspidor Oh I want to go to heaven, and I want to do it right So I'll go up to heaven all dressed in white Oh one fine day, and it won't be long You'll look for me, and I'll be gone And if you get to heaven before I do

Just drill a hole and pull me through But if I get to heaven before you do I'll drill a hole and spit on you Well if I get to heaven, before you do I'll plug that hole, with shavings and glue That's all there is, there is no more St Peter said, as he shut the door Oh there's one more thing I forgot to tell If you don't go to heaven, you'll go to...bed And that's the end, St. Peter said As he closed the gates, And went to bed
Alternative Chorus (1)

I ain't gonna grieve (i-eve-i-eve) my Lord no more I ain't gonna drink I ain't gonna swear I ain't gonna... Ooh, I wouldn't dare! I ain't gonna grieve (i-eve-i-eve) my Lord no more, any more
Alternative Chorus (2)

I ain't gonna grieve (i-eve-i-eve) my Lord no more I ain't gonna grieve I ain't gonna worry I ain't gonna leave my Lord in a hurry I ain't gonna grieve (i-eve-i-eve) my Lord no more, any more
You Made Me Love You

You made me love you, I didn't wanna do it I didn't wanna do it You made me want you, and all the time you knew it I guess you always knew it You made me happy sometimes, you made me glad But there were times dear You made me feel so bad You made me sigh for, I didn't wanna tell you I didn't wanna tell you I want some love that's true Yes, I do, Deed I do, You know I do Gimme, gimme, what I cry for You know you got the brand of kisses That I die for You know you made me love you
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby

You must have been a beautiful baby You must have been a beautiful child When you were only startin' to go to kindergarten I bet you drove the little boys wild And when it came to winning blue ribbons

You must have shown the other kids how I can see the judges eyes as they handed you the prize I bet you made the cutest bow Oh, you must have been a beautiful baby 'Cause baby, look at you now
You Tell Me Your Dream

You had a dream Well, I had one too I know mine's best 'Cause it was of you Come, sweetheart, tell me Now is the time You tell me your dream I'll tell you mine
Cookie Sale Song
(to the tune of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic")

We're selling Girl Scout cookies, yes, it's Girl Scout Cookie time! "Would you like to buy some?" is our cookie selling line. We've got lots to choose from, don't you see your favorite kind? We thank you very much! Glory, glory we are Girl Scouts! Smiling, cookie selling Girl Scouts! Please buy cookies, you can help us. We can't eat them all ourselves! Girl Scout Cookies (to the tune of "Are You Sleeping") Girl Scout cookies, Girl Scout cookies Yum, yum, yum, Yum, yum, yum, Eat 'em by the dozen, Eat 'em by the dozen, They're all gone, They're all gone!
Girl Scout Cookies
(to the tune of "Oh Susannah")

Oh we come from **Chiming Trails Girl Scout cookies for to sell. We see every Sue & Sally Our good message for to tell. Girl Scout Cookies!

Boy they are so neat! So many kinds, So good to taste Hard to know which one to eat. (**Chiming Trails is the name of our Service Unit. You could substitute your SU name, school name, town name, etc to fit the song.)

Girl Scout Cookies
(to the tune of "Jingle Bells")

Girl Scout Cookies, Girl Scout Cookies Shortbreads are the best, Healthy & Nutritious and we like all the rest, HEY! Girl Scout Cookies, Girl Scout Cookies Thin Mints are great, too We love the new and old ones We love them all, do you? Dashing to the fridge, to get a glass of milk Before we go to bed & cover up with quilts Bells on all the girls, try to sell the most What fun it is to eat them all Instead of eating toast! Oh, Girl Scout Cookies, Girl Scout Cookies Shortbreads are the best, Healthy and nutritious and we like all the rest, HEY! Girl Scout Cookies, Girl Scout Cookies Thin Mints are great too, We love the new and old ones We love them all, do YOU?
I'm a Girl Scout

(to the tune of "Brother John") I'm a Girl Scout. I'm a Girl Scout. Who are you? Who are you? Can't you tell by looking? Can't you tell by looking? I'm one too. I'm one too. Buy Some Cookies (to the tune of "Pop Goes The Weasel") Up and down the neighborhood streets Girl Scouts sell their cookies Ringing doorbells, asking you please Please buy some cookies! God Is Great (tune of Rock around the Clock) God is Great

God is Good Let us thank him for our food We're gonna thank him morning, noon, and night We're gonna thank him cuz he's out-of-sight We're gonna thank him, thank him, thank him with all our might. Row, row, row your boat. Gently down the stream. Throw your leader over board, And listen to her scream. Five days later she couldn't find her underwear, Didn't have a thing to wear, Had to go bottom bare. Three days later She was eaten by a Polar Bear And that was the end of her!

Here are a few links that I've tried for songs. Some of them have MIDI files that let you listen to the tune. Songs: http://cac.psu.edu/~jxm181/songs Songs from the scouter Belay http://www.argonet.co.uk/users/flying.pigs/intro.html Campfire songs http://www.scouting.org.za/scouts/songs/index.html Scouting Songs from South Africa Site http://www.jg.org/folk/folkhome.html folk music homepage http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/3017/songsmid.htm songs with Midi http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/3017/songs.htm Girl Scout Songs http://www.michcampgrounds.com/songs.html Campfire Songbook http://www2.dtc.net/~mpearce/scouts/songs.html Songs http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/3209 Graces for Guides and Scouts http://home.att.net/~gsphotoguy/sing97.htm Still Singing After All These Years http://www.netzone.com/~medic/carols.html Santa's Christmas Music

The Other Day I Met A Bear The other day (echo)

I met a bear (echo) A GREAT big bear (echo) A way out there (echo) Repeat without echo subsiquent verses fallow this pattern He looked at me I looked at him He sized up me I sized up him He said to me Why don't you run I see you ain't got any gun And so I ran Away from there But right behind Me was that bear In front of me There was a tree A GREAT big tree O L*rdy (or glory) me And so I jumped in toooo the air But I missed that branch Away up there Now don't you fret Now don't you frown Cuz I caught that branch On the way back down This is the end There ain't no more Unless I meet That bear once more And so I met That bear once more He was a rug On the living room (bedroom, bathroom what ever you want) floor

Don't know if there are other verses or variations but this is what I have sung for many years. Alternate ending: I heard a crack and then a crunch Soon I was, that big bears lunch That's all there is Which isn't so much Unless that bear barfs up his lunch <A HREF="http://www.iinet.net.au/~oneilg/scouts/songs/bear.html">The Bear Song </A> "I'm a Yankee Dooddle Dandee" from "Over There" was that Gershwin ... I can't remember. (Note from JG - it was Yankee Doodle Dandy - the story of George M. Cohan. The movie starred James Cagney. Over There was another song from the movie. Can you tell that is one of my favorites?) I'm A Juvenile Delinquent Oh I'm a juvenile delinquent, I roam the streets till 2AM I neck with sailors and I drink with bums I don't come home until the daylight comes. Oh I'm a juvenile delinquent I never ever stay at home My daddy, beats me, I never ever stay at home My mommy hates me, I never ever stay at home .....and then there's grandma Swingin on the outhouse door, Without her undies Waitin for the garbage man.

Army Rap

LEADER GIRLS Girl Scout Brush and Girl Scout Comb Repeat Don't you wish that we we're home Repeat Hip o hop o, bring out the mop o repeat Left o right o left o right repeat Sound off 1,2 One more time now 3,4 Bring it on down now 1,2,3,4 1,2 3,4 I know a guy who flies a jet Repeat He hasn't learnt to land it yet Repeat (repeat the last 6 lines from above) Girl Scout Girls, and Girl Scout Leaders Repeat Gosh we sure are Great big eaters Repeat (repeat the last lines from about) Girl Scout comb and Girl Scout Brush Don't you wish that we woud HUSH (repeat last 6 lines of above) Repeat Repeat

Brady Bunch - joining troops Okay, don't laugh your butts off now, but the first thing I thought of was adapting the "Brady Bunch" song. Here, I'll give it a shot: Lynn Chaput, Jr Leader & SUM, Central Mass. Here's the story, of some super Girl Scouts, Who were busy with a troop they called their own. They all had vests of green, like their leader, And a Girl Scout Pin. Here's the story, of some more great Girl Scouts, Who were also busy with their own troop too. They were ___(#) girls, meeting together, Yet they felt all alone. 'Til the one day when the one troop met the other, And they knew that it was much more than a hunch, That these groups might somehow form a big troop, And that's the way they became Troop ____(#). Troop ____(#) Troop ____(#), That's the way they became Troop ____(#)!!!!! Brownie Smile Song

I’ve something in my pocket It belongs across my face . I keep it very close at hand In a most convenient place.

I'm sure you couldn’t guess it If you guessed a long, long while. So, I'll take it out and put it on It's a great big BROWNlE SMlLE

And when your Brownies bridge to Juniors:
I have something in my pocket, that's what I use to say. I spent my days quite aimlessly, at school, or home, at play. But now each day is special, I wonder, "Who am I?" Only I can find that out, so please, let me try!
Cadence

( by Laurie Schultz, Tarheel Triad GSC)
Juliette Gordon Low Started Girl Scouts Long ago 1912 that was the year That the Girl Scouts first met here (Break can be put in between each 4 line "verse" or where ever you think appropriate) Girl Scouts 1, 2 Girl Scouts 3, 4 Bring it on up 1& 2& 3& 4 Bring it on Down 4, 3, 2, 1 1, 2........ 3, 4 They did learn and they did play Helping people every day Then their numbers they were few Now they include me and you (Break) Millions strong are we right now Want to join I'll tell you how Make the Promise with your heart Keep our Law right from the start (Break) Hiking, biking, camping too

Resting only when we're through We have fun when'ere we're out And we're glad to be Girl Scouts (Break) Helping out where'ere we go Girl Scouts sure are in the know Daisies at the age of 5 Show their joy to be alive (Break) Brownies work on their Try-its Seeing how their whole world fits. Juniors do their worlds explore Planning much and wanting more (Break) Cadettes do on their Silver work (cadettes must be said fast to make this fit) Do it all and never shirk Seniors working on their Gold They are proud and they are bold (break) Leaders always on the go Cause they never can say no. Through it all we want to shout YES WE'RE PROUD TO BE GIRL SCOUTS
Campin' in the Rain

[Tune: Singin' in the Rain]
I'm campin' in the rain, just campin' in the rain. The tent and campfire are soggy again. The clouds in the sky are making me cry. My waterlogged shoes may never get dry. All the mud in the place is stuck on my face. The frogs and the turtles are starting to race. Oh, what should I do? I need a canoe. A webbed--footed weasel swam off with my shoe. I'm campin' in the rain; just campin' in the rain. The good doctor said I've got water on the brain.

I can't light the fire. I'm stuck in the mire. The lightning just knocked down the telephone wire. I'm drownin' in the rain; just drownin' in the rain. Won't it please stop raining --- I hate to complain. My sleeping bag's wet. I'm starting to fret. My life jacket wasn't the thing to forget. I'm campin' in the rain; just campin' in the rain. What a glorious feeling! Someone just plugged the drain. The pre--cip--i--tate will now dis--a--pate. The sun soon will dry up the puddle I hate. No more campin' in the rain.
C-c-c-chigger

[Tune: K-K-Katy]
C-c-c-chigger, horrible chigger, You're the only b-b-b-bug that I abhor. When the m-m-moon shines over the campsite, I will scratch my b-b-b-bites until they're sore. C-c-c-chicken, a la-la king-en, You're so g-g-g-good I want some more. When b-banquet is all over, I'll be waiting at the b-b-b-bathroom door. G-g-g-grapefruit, belligerent grapefruit, You're the only f-f-f-fruit that I detest. When I sp-spoon you from the rind, All the j-j-j-juice squirts right out on my vest. I-i-i-ice cream, c-c-c-cake-um, You're the very f-f-f-food that I adore. When I've f-finished with my salad, Please come through the k-k-k-kitchen door.
Cookie Mommies

(to the tune of "Rubber Ducky")
Cookie Mommies, you're the ones Who count the boxes, one by one. Cookie Mommies, we're awfully proud of you. Do, Do, Si, Do. We sell cookies for the scouts, But you're the reason it all works out. Cookie Mommies, its all because of you. Every box we sell Makes a little bit of money To pay for

All the projects and Buy the snacks for our tummies, Mommies! Cookie Mommies, you get the work done. You make selling lots of fun. Cookie Mommies, we o-o-owe it all to you!!!! Cookie Selling Time

(tune: London Bridge)
Cookie selling time has come Time has come, time has come Cookie selling time has come Get your cookies Ask your friends and neighbors, too Neighbors too, neighbors too Ask your friends and neighbors, too Buy some cookies Help the Girl Scouts go to camp Go to camp, go to camp Help the Girl Scouts go to camp Buy some cookies.
Gee, Ma, I Wanna Go Home

They say that in the army The coffee's mighty fine Well, it's good for cuts and bruises, But it tastes like turpentine! Oh, I don't want no more of army life Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The chicken in the army, They say is mighty fine, A drum rolled off the table And squished a pal of mine! Oh, I don't want no more of army life! Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The clothing that they give us They say is mighty fine Well, me and half my regiment Can all fit into mine Oh, I don't want no more of army life Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The salary that they pay us, They say is mighty fine They give you thirty dollars

And take back forty-nine Oh, I don't want no more of army life Gee, Ma, I wanna go, Hey, Ma I gotta go, Gee, Ma, I wanna go home!
Gee, Ma, I Wanna Go Home

The Daisies who are camping They all are very sweet But none of them has ever learned To keep their cabin neat Oh, I don't want no more of Girl Scout Camp Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The Brownies who are camping They really are quite swell But every time that they get lost You sure can hear them yell! Oh, I don't want no more of Girl Scout Camp Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The Juniors who are camping They think they are the boss The younger girls won't listen So they get really cross! Oh, I don't want no more of Girl Scout Camp Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The Cadettes who are camping The Seniors who are camping They'll all be adults soon But first we need to remind them We get up before noon! Oh, I don't want no more of Girl Scout Camp Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! The Leaders who are camping Oh, I don't want no more of Girl Scout Camp Gee, Ma, I wanna go home! But they won't let me go. Gee, Ma I wanna go home!
Gee Mom I want to go home

The busses that you ride in, they say are mighty fine, But when they turn a corner, they leave the wheels behind. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp.

Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The leaders that they have here, they say are mighty fine, But when you get up closer, they look like Frankenstein. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The first aid that they give you, they say is mighty fine, But if you cut your finger, you're left with only nine. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The water that they have here they say is mighty fine, But when you try to drink it, it tastes like turpentine. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The biscuits that they serve you, they say are mighty fine But one rolled off the table and killed a friend of mine Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The spaghetti that they serve you, they say is mighty fine They rinse it the toilet and drain it on the line. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The cocoa that they serve you, they say is mighty fine It's good for cuts and bruises and tastes like iodine. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The cabins that you sleep in, they say are mighty fine But whoever said this has never slept in mine. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go home. The toilets that they have here are the best that they can get Last night my tent mate had to go, they haven't found her yet. Oh, I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee, Mom, I want to go, but they won't let me go. Gee, Mom, I want to go home.
Girl Scout "Army Rap"

Written by a leader in the Girl Scouts of the Huron Valley Council
Girl Scouts started long ago Started by a lady named Juliette Low

In 1912 she started this group In this group you'll find your troop Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Past present future Right now The youngest scouts are called Daisies Sometimes they drive their leaders crazy Brownies are the next in line They're lookin' good and feelin' fine Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Past present future Right now Junior Scouts have lots of fun It's one for all and all for one Cadettes and Seniors really rule Being a Scout is super cool Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Past present future Right now Come join the fun and be a Scout Join and learn what it's all about You'll make friends and learn what's new Yes Scouting is for me and you Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Girl Scouts (Girl Scouts) Past present future Right now
Girl Scout Cadence 1

I don't know but I've been told, All Girl Scouts are good as gold. I am one, and I say its true, Scouting's great for me and you. Chorus: Sound off: 1 , 2 , Sound off: 3 , 4 ,

Bring it on down: 1,2,3, 4, 1, 2, - 3, 4 Daisy has a disc of blue, They are Scouts that are brand new. They are cute and they are sweet Daisy Scouts are fun to meet. Brownies have a disc of green They are second on the scene. They wear a uniform that's brown, Their smile song can erase a frown. Junior level is the next, A yellow disc is on their vest. They say that camping is big fun, And they earn badges one by one. Cadettes are teens that care a lot, Their service projects hit the spot. A white disc is the one they wear, The name Girl Scout they're proud to wear. Senior discs are red, I know. They are Girl Scouts on the go. With Wider Opportunities, Some Girl Scouts go overseas. Leaders have no disc at all, They come all sizes big and small. They share their time and talents too. They make Girl Scouting great for you.
Girl Scout Cadence 2

We are Girl Scouts-can't you see? Come along and sing with me. Sound off -- We are Sound off -- Girl Scouts Sound off -- We are Girl Scouts. We are -- GIRL SCOUTS We are Girl Scouts don't you know? Exercise will help us grow. Sound off-- We are Sound off -- Girl Scouts Sound off -- We are Girl Scouts. We are -- GIRL SCOUTS

We are Girl Scouts, we have fun. We all like to scream and run. Sound off-- We are Sound off -- Girl Scouts Sound off -- We are Girl Scouts. We are -- GIRL SCOUTS Girl Scouts are the best around. We have friends all over town. Sound off-- We are Sound off -- Girl Scouts Sound off -- We are Girl Scouts. We are -- GIRL SCOUTS On my honor, we do try, This Promise is what we live by. Sound off-- We are Sound off -- Girl Scouts Sound off -- We are Girl Scouts. We are -- GIRL SCOUTS
Girl Scout Cadence (for Juniors)

Mama , Mama can't you see Repeat What the Girl Scout's done to me Repeat Took away my Favorite Jeans Repeat Now I'm wearing Girl Scout Greens Repeat Sound off one, two Sound off three, four Bring it on down one, two, three, four, One, Two, Three, Four
Girl Scout Cookies

(tune: On Top of Old Smokey)
You had better buy some, before they're all sold 'Cause all Girl Scout Cookies are better than gold. You hardly can wait 'til they come to your door, Then you gobble them up, 'cause that's what they're for. So here is your warning, before it's too late Buy some Girl Scout Cookies to fill up your plate.
The Girl Scout Law

(to "Home on the Range")
I will do-o-o my best

(Oh give me a home) To be honest and fair (Where the buffalo roam) Friendly and he-e-elpful (Where the deer and the antelope play) Considerate and caring (Where seldom is heard) Courageous and strong (A discouraging word) and responsible for what I say and do. (and the skies are not cloudy all day.) (and to) Respect my se-elf and others (Home, home on the range) Respect autho-ority (Where the deer and the antelope play) Use resources wisely (Where seldom is heard) Make the world a better place (A discouraging word) and be a sister to every Girl Scout! (And the skies are not cloudy all day!) GIRL SCOUT MAMBO

To the tune of Mambo #5:
A little bit of breakfast on my plate, A little bit of dinner, don't be late, A little bit of gorp while we're on our hike, A little bit of s'mores by firelight, A little bit of brown bears on my stick, A little bit of pudding, not too thick, A little bit of ice cream in the can, We thank you, Lord, and say Amen.
Girl Scout Spirit

I’ve got that Girl Scout spirit, Up in my head, Up in my head, Up in my head, I’ve got that Girl Scout spirit, Up in my head, Up in my head to stay. I’ve got that Girl Scout spirit, Deep in my heart, Deep in my heart, Deep in my heart, I’ve got that Girl Scout spirit, Deep in my heart, Deep in my heart to stay.

I’ve got that Girl Scout spirit, Down in my feet, Down in my feet, Down in my feet,* I’ve got that Girl Scout spirit, Down in my feet, Down in my feet to stay. I’ve got that Girl Scout spirit, All over me, All over me, All over me, I’ve got that Girl Scout spirit, All over me, All over me to stay I’ve got that Girl Scout Spirit, Up in my head, Deep in my heart, Down in my feet, I’ve got that Girl Scout spirit, All over me, All over me, to stay.
Girl Scout Vest

[Tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic]
I wear my Girl Scout Vest to the meetings with my troop. It has a few stains on it from some paint and some glue goop. The front has all my badges that we earned learning stuff. The back has the fun patches for the things that weren't tough. Glory, glory, it's my vest Glory, glory, it's the best Gotta earn the sewing badge So I can sew them on myself!
GROWING UP IN GIRL SCOUTS

tune--Brownie Smile
Daisy "I've something in my pocket..." That's what the big girls say. I'll have a pocket of my own, When I wear brown someday. My life is bright and easy, I smile most of the day. I'm having lots of fun now, I sing and laugh and play! Brownie I've something in my pocket That belongs across my face. I keep it very close at hand

In a most convenient place. I bet you'll never guess it If you guess a long, long while I'll put it on and show you, It's my great big Brownie Smile. Junior "I've something in my pocket..." That's what I used to say. I spent my time so aimlessly, At home, at school, at play. Now every day is special, I'm searching, who am I? Only I can find that out Please let me have a try! Cadette "I've something in my pocket..." That's what I used to say. Playing childhood games with friends, Seems just like yesterday. I'm becoming a young woman, Soon I'll be a child no more, There's lots of opportunity, And so much to explore. Senior "I've something in my pocket..." That's what I used to say. Then Mother Nature waved her hand And childhood flew away. Today my needs are different, I wonder, 'What will be?' I'm making life decisions now, The choice is up to me. Leaders I have something in my pocket, That's what we always said, But now we are the leaders, Teaching them instead We teach them when they're young,

We guide them when they're old We watch them grow up strong and tall And that is our reward
He's Got The Whole Scouts In His Hands

He’s got the whole scouts in His hands He’s got the whole scouts in His hands He’s got the whole scouts in His hands He’s got the whole scouts in His hands He’s got the itty bitty Brownies in His hands He’s got the itty bitty Brownies in His hands He’s got the itty bitty Brownies in His hands He’s got the whole scouts in His hands He’s got the Jolly, Jolly Juniors in His hands… He’s got the cool, cool Cadettes in His hands… He’s got the sweet, sweet Seniors in His hands… He’s got the troop committee parents in His hands… He’s got the lovely, lovely leaders in His hands
He's Got the Whole Troop In His Hands

He’s got the whole troop in His hands… [Repeat 3 more times--end each verse with this line] He’s got the darling, darling Daisies in His hands… He’s got the bossy, bossy Brownies in His hands… He’s got the jumpy, jumpy Juniors in His hands… He’s got the crazy, crazy Cadettes in His hands… He’s got the sassy, sassy Seniors in His hands… He’s got the pesky, pesky parents in His hands… He’s got the loud-mouthed leaders in His hands…
He's Got The Whole Troop In His Hands

He’s got the whole troop in His hands He’s got the whole troop in His hands He’s got the whole troop in His hands He’s got the whole troop in His hands He’s got the itty bitty Brownies in His hands He’s got the itty bitty Brownies in His hands He’s got the itty bitty Brownies in His hands He’s got the whole troop in His hands

He’s got the Jolly, Jolly Juniors in His hands… He’s got the cool, cool Cadettes in His hands… He’s got the sweet, sweet Seniors in His hands… He’s got the troop committee parents in His hands… He’s got the lovely, lovely leaders in His hands
If I Weren't a Girl Scout

(Chorus) I'm proud that I'm a Girl Scout, there's nothing I'd rather be, But if I weren't a Girl Scout, a (insert occupation) I would be: Ice Cream Maker: Ooga chucka, Ooga chucka (making movement like stirring ice cream with both hands), good ice cream (holding cone and licking) Plumber: Flush, Flush, Flush, (flushing toilet), Look out below (cupping hands to mouth) Hairdresser: Snip, Snip, Snip (Scissor motions with fingers, to the girl's hair next to you), Oh what a pity! (hand to cheek) Carpenter: Two by Four and nail it to the floor (hold up two fingers, then four and then hammer motion), Can you dig it! I'm glad that I'm a Girl Scout, there's nothing I'd rather be, but if I weren't a Girl Scout, I'D JUST BE ME!!
I'm A Girl Scout

(Tune Frere Jacque)
I'm a Girl Scout. I'm a Girl Scout. Who are you? Who are you? Can't you tell by looking? Can't you tell by looking? I'm one too. I'm one too. I've Got Something In My Pocket

I've got something in my pocket That I found behind a log My leader said to put it back But I want to keep this frog It's cool and green and slimy And it wiggles in my hand I've also got a wooly worm And a pocket full of sand.

Juliette Gordon Low

Father Abraham tune
Juliette Gordon Low had many daughters, And many daughters had Juliette Gordon Low, And I am one of them, and so are you, So let's just march along. At the end of each verse, you shout the body part, which was moved in rhythm to the song along with all previously mentioned parts. Right arm, left arm, Right leg, left leg, your head, turn around, the end!
Sister Juliette

Father Abraham tune
At the end of each verse, you shout the body part, which was moved in rhythm to the song, along with all along with all previously mentioned parts. Right arm, left arm, right leg, left leg, your head, turn around, the end! I tried to make the last lines fit since I was only given one verse written out Sister Juliette, has many scouts, Many scouts has sister Juliette, And I am one of them, And so are you, And we all go hiking on... ( march in place both feet) Sister Juliette, has many scouts, Many scouts has sister Juliette, And I am one of them, And so are you, And we all say the promise (GS sign with right hand) Sister Juliette, has many scouts, Many scouts has sister Juliette, And I am one of them, And so are you, And we all sew our badges (left hand with stitiching action) Sister Juliette, has many scouts, Many scouts has sister Juliette,

And I am one of them, And so are you, And we all look for service projects (turn around)
JULIETTE GORDON LOW

tune--Father Abraham
Juliette Gordon Low had many daughters, and many daughters had Juliette Gordon Low, and I am one of them, and so are you, So let's just march along. ACTIONS: At the end of each verse, you shout the body part, which was moved in rhythm to the song, along with all along with all previously mentioned parts. Right arm, left arm, right leg, left leg, your head, turn around, the end! My daughter did the following ACTION VARIATION at our recent Thinking Day event... the girls loved doing this one.... VARIATION: Saying the promise…GS sign right hand Sew your badges…left hand stitiching action Hike the trails…march in place Look for service projects…turn around Sit down ANOTHER VERSE from the internet or lists .... Sister Juliette, has many scouts, Many scouts has sister Juliette, And I am one of them, And so are you, and we all go hiking on...
MAKE NEW FRIENDS

Make new friends but keep the old, One is silver and the other gold. A circle's round, it has no end, That's how long I want to be your friend. You help me and I'll help you, And together we will make it through. Silver shines bright and gold does too

Keep them both and they will shine for you! I have a hand, and you have another, Put them together and we have each other. You hug me and I'll hug you, And together we will see it through. A fire burns bright, it warms the heart, We've been friends right from the very start. Friends like you are one of a kind, Very special, but hard to find. Friends are real and friends are true, If you love them they will love you too. Across the miles, across the sea Friends forever we will always be. So good friend wherever you may roam, You'll be welcome in my heart and home. Cherish friendship in your breast New is good, but old is best. New made friend like new made wine Grow and mature to the end of the time. Brow may wrinkle, hair grow gray, Friendship never knows decay. Friendships that have stood the test, Time and change are surely best. For amid old friends, tried and true, Once more we our youth renew. But old friends alas may die, New friends must their place supply. Friends are real and friends are true, If you love them they will love you too. Friends go together like peas and carrots Time in the forest will help you share it.

Camp's been fun, but it's time to go, We'll remember this for years we know. Camp is great. New friends are fun, Nature is everywhere beneath the sun.
Make New Friends…Silly verses

Make new cheese, don't eat the old. One is food and the other's mold! Boys Scouts drool and Girl Scouts rule. That's what makes us Girl Scouts cool.
Make New Friends poem, by Joseph Parry:

Make new friends, but keep the old: Those are silver, these are gold New-made friendships, like new wine Age will mellow and refine Friendships that have stood the test Time and change - are surely best: Brow may wrinkle, hair grow gray, Friendship never knows decay. For 'mid old friends, tried and true Once more we our youth renew. But old friends, alas may die. New friends must their place supply. Cherish friendship in your breast New is good, but old is best; Make new friends, but keep the old: Those are silver, these are gold.
Make New Friends in other languages

Make new friends but keep the old, One is silver and the other gold. A circle's round, it has no end, That's how long I want to be your friend. (Here are the above 4 lines in French) Fait des nouvelles amis, mais garde les vieux, Un est fait en argent l'autre en or. Un cercle est ronde, il n'a pas de fin, Voici combien de temps je veux etre ton ami. (And a version in Spanish) Amistad es lo que nos une (Friendship is that which unites us) E lo que nos hace progresar

(And that which makes us grow)
MY MOM IS A GREAT GIRL SCOUT LEADER

(to the tune "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean")
My mom is a great Girl Scout leader I know that she does it for me I wish that I could get to see her Please bring back my mommy to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Daisy> I really love being a daisy and making the new friends you see I just wish my mom could be talking Not on the telephone but to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Brownie> They asked for someone who would lead us Or no brownie troop there would be So my mom said that she would do it This took her time away from me. Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Brownie> It started with a training meeting Training number two, number three nuts, cookies and the sock hop Thinking day and then QSP! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Junior> She's learning a lot of new scout songs And singing them to everyone. Our house is filled up with strange craft stuff She's starting to think this is fun! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me!

Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Junior> Her daughter gets no special treatment Unless extra work means there's some We're early as meetings are set up And stay late 'til clean up is done. Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me, to me! Bring back, bring back, Oh bring back my mommy to me. <Cadette> Now sometimes it starts to annoy me She's at every meeting, EACH ONE! I know that I really should like it but she sings in front of everyone! Please take, please take, please take my leader from me, from me. Please take, please take, please take my leader from me. <Cadette> We carry out many great projects and to distant places we roam. The troop thinks our leader's the greatest But she doesn't follow them home! Please take, please take, please take my leader from me, from me. Please take, please take, please take my leader from me. <Senior> I don't want to sell any cookies Or plan any more thinking days I really just want to go camping Why doesn't she see it that way? Please take, please take, please take my leader from me, from me. Please take, please take, please take my leader from me. <Senior> She's wearing her swap hat to Edwards! She's got her scout pins on at the mall. She's trying to ruin my whole life. She's scaring away all the boys. Please take, please take, please take my leader from me, from me. Please take, please take, please take my leader from me.

<All seriously> My mom is a great Girl Scout leader I know that she does it for me Girl scouting has added to my life It's made me the girl that you see. Thanks mom, thanks mom, you are a great leader for me, for me. Thanks mom, thanks mom, you are a great leader for me.
Linger

Mmm, I want to linger Mmm, a little longer Mmm, a little longer here with you Mmm, it’s such a perfect night Mmm, it doesn’t seem quite right Mmm, that this should be my last with you Mmm, and come September Mmm, I will remember Mmm, my camping days and friendships too Mmm, and as the years go by Mmm, I’ll think of you and sigh Mmm, this is good night and not good bye.
Our Leaders

[tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic]
We have tortured all the leaders, We have broken Girl Scout laws. We have driven them all loony, With our ever-constant noise. We have given them bad headaches, With our singing, all off key And now they are batty ever more. (CHORUS) Glory, glory alleluia, Girl Scouts slipped right by the leaders. Hid in the latrine With all their underwear. It's a wonder there are leaders anywhere. As you know, we love our leaders. We must have them for our troop. But it's lots of fun to tease them. And we know they love our group. But today they're feeling funny

As they hunt their underwear, We are glad there are leaders over there.
Say When

Say when will we ever meet again X3 Say when my friend, say when Say where and I’ll meet you right there X3 Say where my friend, say where Say why do we have to say good-bye X3 Say why my friend, say why. Say when will we ever met again Say where and I meet you right there Say why do we have to say good-bye Say when, say where, say why.
Scout Marching Song

(tune: This Old Man] This young Scout, number one, She sure likes to get things done. CHORUS: With a knick knack paddy whack Give a Scout a chore This she'll do and ask for more. This young Scout, number two, She will do odd jobs for you. CHORUS This young Scout, number three, Full of humor, full of glee, CHORUS This young Scout, number four, Follows rules and knows the score. CHORUS This young Scout, number five, She has courage; she has drive. CHORUS This young Scout, number six,

She'll make up things with ropes and sticks. CHORUS This young Scout, number seven, Must always be home by eleven. CHORUS This young Scout, number eight, Gives goodwill that sure does rate. CHORUS This young Scout, number nine, She's so pleasant all the time. CHORUS . This young Scout, number ten, Sings the chorus once again . CHORUS
She'll Be Wearin' Blue and Brown When She Comes

(Tune: She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain)
She'll be wearin' blue and brown when she comes She'll be wearin' blue and brown when she comes She'll be wearin' blue and brown She'll be wearin' blue and brown She'll be wearin' blue and brown when she comes She'll be selling Girl Scout Cookies when she comes She will have your order ready when she comes You will get your Girl Scout cookies when she comes You can eat your Girl Scout cookies when she comes I'm trying to think of things to end each verse with… like at the end of the last verse we'd have yum, yum here they are all done buy some

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Taps

Day is done, gone the sun, From the hills, from the lake, From the skies. All is well, safely rest, God is nigh. Go to sleep, peaceful sleep, May the soldier or sailor, God keep. On the land or the deep, Safe in sleep. Love, good night, Must thou go, When the day, And the night Need thee so? All is well. Speedeth all To their rest. Fades the light; And afar Goeth day, And the stars Shineth bright, Fare thee well; Day has gone, Night is on. Thanks and praise, For our days, 'Neath the sun, Neath the stars, 'Neath the sky, As we go, This we know, God is nigh.
Twelve Days of Camping

12 days of Christmas
On the first day of camping my family sent to me, A scrub brush for the latrine 2 warm blankets 3 bathing suits 4 flashlights 5 cans of off 6 candy bars 7 fluffy towels 8 clean t-shirts 9 bars of soap 10 Band-aids 11 postage stamps 12 rolls of quarters

Twelve Days of Camping

On the first day of camping My leader gave to me A scrub brush for the latrine 2nd - two burned skillets 3rd - three logs to chop 4th - four cans of off 5th - five leaky buckets 6th - six stinky socks 7th - seven slimy sneakers 8th - eight rusty saws 9th - nine muddy boots 10th - ten burned fingers 11 Th. - eleven charred smokers 12th - twelve Excedrin headaches
The 12 Days of Scouting

(Sung to the tune of the twelve days of Christmas)
On the _____ day of scouting my council gave to me: (actions to go with the lyrics are in parentheses) A Promise and a Handshake (3 fingers up, handshake twice) 2 Girl Scout Pins (show your pins) 3 Girl Scout Calendars (show 3 calendars) 4 Program Goals (Announce one, each of the first 4 times through: 1) Developing Self Potential 2) Relating to Others 3) Developing Values 4) Contributing to Society After repeats, hold of four fingers) 5 Worlds of Interest (announce all 5 colors the first time, then hold upcolors on each repeat: Red = Well Being Blue = People Orange = Today and Tomorrow Purple = Arts Yellow = Out of Doors)

6 Complaining Parents (Hands on hips, sour face) 7 Calls at Dinner (hold up hand/fingers like talking on a telephone) 8 Kinds of Cookies (show cookie boxes or order card) 9 Games and Songs (sing 1st verse of favorite girl scout song first time through) 10 Hours of Training (snore!) 11 Important Papers (Roll of T.P.) 12 New Girl Scouts (Hand on forehead, "OH NO!!!")
Twelve Days of [Summer] Camp

On the first day of [summer] camp my family sent to me, A PFD in a pine tree. 2 skinned knees 3 Bic pens 4 flashlights 5 bathing suits 6 bars of candy 7 missing dollars 8 counselors sleeping 9 pairs of skivvies 10 noisy chipmunks 11 lost swimmers 12 soggy towels
TWELVE DAYS OF SUMMER CAMP

Tune: "The twelve days of Christmas"
On the first day of summer camp My mother sent to me... A box of oatmeal cookies. On the second day of summer camp My mother sent to me... Two T-shirts, And a box of oatmeal cookies. On the third day of summer camp My mother sent to me... Three pairs of socks, Two Tshirts, And a box of oatmeal cookies. On the fourth day of summer camp My mother sent to me... Four woolen caps, etc. Five underpants Six postage stamps Seven nose warmers Eight Batman comics

Nine bars of soap Ten Band-aids Eleven shoestrings Twelve bottles of insect repellent,
The Twelve Months of Girl Scouts

In the first month of Girl Scouts, my leaders gave to me: A Girl Scout Registration Form In the second month of Girl Scouts, my leaders gave to me: Two badges earned And a Girl Scout Registration form In the third month of Girl Scouts, my leaders gave to me: Three permission slips, Two badges earned And a Girl Scout Registration form In the fourth month of Girl Scouts, my leaders gave to me: Four service projects, Three permission slips, Two badges earned And a Girl Scout Registration form In the fifth month of Girl Scouts my leaders gave to me: Five DELICIOUS s'mores, Four service projects, Three permission slips, Two badges earned And a Girl Scout Registration form In the sixth month of Girl Scouts, my leader gave to me: Six patrol members, Five DELICIOUS s'mores, Four service projects, Three permission slips, Two badges earned And a Girl Scout Registration form In the seventh month of Girl Scouts, my leader gave to me: Seven new songs to sing, Six patrol members, Five DELICIOUS s'mores, Four service projects, Three permission slips, Two badges earned And a Girl Scout Registration form In the eighth month of Girl Scouts, my leaders gave to me:

Eight Daisies to entertain Seven new songs to sing, Six patrol members, Five DELICIOUS s'mores, Four service projects, Three permission slips, Two badges earned And a Girl Scout Registration form In the ninth month of Girl Scouts, my leaders gave to me Nine cases of cookies Eight Daisies to entertain Seven new songs to sing, Six patrol members, Five DELICIOUS s'mores, Four service projects, Three permission slips, Two badges earned And a Girl Scout Registration form In the tenth month of Girl Scouts, my leaders gave to me: Ten bridging Brownies, Nine cases of cookies Eight Daisies to entertain Seven new songs to sing, Six patrol members, Five DELICIOUS s'mores, Four service projects, Three permission slips, Two badges earned And a Girl Scout Registration form In the Eleventh Month of Girl Scouts, my leaders gave to me: Eleven patches to sew on, Ten bridging Brownies, Nine cases of cookies Eight Daisies to entertain Seven new songs to sing, Six patrol members, Five DELICIOUS s'mores, Four service projects, Three permission slips, Two badges earned And a Girl Scout Registration form In the Twelfth Month of Girl Scouts, my leaders gave to me:

Twelve days to register again for next year, Eleven patches to sew on, Ten bridging Brownies, Nine cases of cookies Eight Daisies to entertain Seven new songs to sing, Six patrol members, Five DELICIOUS s'mores, Four service projects, Three permission slips, Two badges earned And a Girl Scout Registration form The Weekend

[Tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic]
I have seen the sky in darkness, I have seen it in the sun, I have felt the rain upon me, I've enjoyed the snowy fun. When the weather isn't cloudy or the wind it doesn't blow. It isn't only raining, it's the weekend too, you know. Glory, glory, it's the weekend! [Repeat.] I can tell because it's raining and it's 42 below, As we Scouts go marching on.

GRACES BACK OF THE BREAD Back of the bread is the flour And back of the flour is the mill And back of the mill is the sun and the rain And the Father's will. BENEATH THESE T ALL GREEN TREES WE STAND Beneath these tall green trees we stand, Asking blessing from thy hand, Praise to thee, our God above, For thy help and strength and love. BOARD IS SPREAD [Morning] [Noontime] is here The board is spread. Thanks be to God

Who gives us bread. [Evening] COME GOOD GIRL SCOUTS (Jesus Loves Me) Come good Girl Scouts Bow your heads Thank the Lord for this good bread Reverent GirI Scouts we will be Accept our thanks Oh Lord, from thee FOR HEALTH AND STRENGTH . For health and strength and daily bread We praise thy name, oh Lord. . GOD IS GREAT, GOD IS GOOD (Michael Row the Boat) God is great, God is good, Alleluia Let us thank him for our food, Alleluia By His hand we all are fed, Alleluia Thank you Lord, for daily bread, Alleluia GOD IS GREAT (Rock around the Clock) God is Great, God is Good Let us thank him for our food We're gonna thank him morning, noon, and night We're gonna thank him cuz he's out-of-sight We're gonna thank him, thank him, thank him with all our might. GOD HAS CREATED A NEW DAY God has created a new day, . Silver and green and gold. Live that the sunset may find us, Worthy His gift to hold.

GOD MADE God mad the sun God made the trees God made the mountains

And God made me Thank you God For making the sun The trees For making the mountains And for making me GOD OUR FATHER (Brother John) God, our Father, God, our Father Once again, once again We shall ask thy blessing We shall ask thy blessing Amen, Amen HARK TO THE CHIMES Hark to the chimes, come bow thy head. We thank thee, God, for this good bread. IF WE HAVE EARNED If we have earned the right to eat this bread, Happy indeed are we. But if unmerited thou gives to us, May we more thankful be. INDIAN GRACE May the great white spirit (Hands circle above head) In the future . (Hands extended in front) As in the past (hands extended back) Fill our hearts (hands cross chest) With much (roll hands) And great joy (pound fists on one another) JAMAICAN CHANT GRACE CHORUS Hearts and minds and voices all give thanks. Chanter: For this food... . . CHORUS Chanter: For friends and families... CHORUS Chanter: For earth and sky.... CHORUS JOHNNY APPLESEED The Lord is good to me and so I thank the Lord For giving me the things I need The sun and the rain and the appleseed. The Lord is good to me.

For every seed I sow I know a tree will grow And soon there'll be apples there For everyone to share The Lord is good to me The Lord is good to me I wake up every morning, as happy as can be. Because I know that with his care The appleseed will still be there The Lord is good to me. LORD OF LIFE (Make New Friends) Lord of life the fountainhead By thy hands we must be fed As we bow in gratitude Lord, we thank thee for this food LORD WE THANK THEE. Lord we thank thee. Lord we thank thee. Once again, Once again, We will ask thy blessing. We will ask thy blessing. A-men A-men. MARINERS WE (Taps) Mariners we, gay and free as the sun sinks beyond sail and sea Shipmates true, loyal crew, We leave you. NEATH THESE T ALL GREEN TREES Neath these tall green trees we stand Asking blessings from your hand Thanks we give to you above For your help and strength and Iove RUNNING OVER Running over , running over

My cup is full and running over When God sees me he's as happy as can be My cup is full and running over. SCOTTISH GRACE Some have meat and cannot eat it And some have none that want it But we have meat and we can eat And so the Lord we thank you. THANKS BE TO GOD [Windy] Thanks be to God the Father Almighty. Thanks be to God who gives us this bread. Thanks be to God the Spirit Eternal. Thanks be to God forever. TRAVELERS GRACE We thank thee for all our daily bread We thank thee for all our friends so true For field and flowers and mountains high The endless space of the sky so bIue WAYFARERS GRACE For all the glory of the way, For thy protection night and day, For rooftree, fire, and bed and board, For friends and home, we thank thee, Lord.

WE THANK THEE We thank thee for the morning light For rest and shelter of the night For health and food, for love and friends For everything Thy goodness sends WORLD HUNGER GRACE For food in a world where many walk in hunger For faith in a world where many walk in fear, For friends in a world where many walk alone, We give you humble thanks, oh Lord.

BUY SOME COOKIES (Pop Goes The Weasel) Up and down the neighborhood streets Girl Scouts sell their cookies Ringing doorbells, asking you please Please buy some cookies!
COOKIE MOMMIES (Rubber Ducky) Cookie Mommies, you're the ones Who count the boxes, one by one. Cookie Mommies, we're awfully proud of you. Do, Do, Si, Do. We sell cookies for the scouts, But you're the reason it all works out. Cookie Mommies, its all because of you. Every box we sell Makes a little bit of money To pay for All the projects and Buy the snacks for our tummies, Mommies! Cookie Mommies, you get the work done. You make selling lots of fun. Cookie Mommies, we o-o-owe it all to you!!!! COOKIE SELLING TIME ( London Bridge)

Cookie selling time has come Time has come, time has come Cookie selling time has come Get your cookies Ask your friends and neighbors, too Neighbors too, neighbors too Ask your friends and neighbors, too Buy some cookies Help the Girl Scouts go to camp Go to camp, go to camp Help the Girl Scouts go to camp Buy some cookies.
COOKIE SALE SONG

(The Battle Hymn of the Republic) We're selling Girl Scout cookies, yes, it's Girl Scout Cookie time! "Would you like to buy some?" is our cookie selling line. We've got lots to choose from, don't you see your favorite kind? We thank you very much!

Glory, glory we are Girl Scouts! Smiling, cookie selling Girl Scouts!
Please buy cookies, you can help us.

We can't eat them all ourselves! GIRL SCOUT COOKIES (Frere Jacques/Brother John) Girl Scout cookies, Girl Scout cookies Yum, yum, yum, Yum, yum, yum, Eat 'em by the dozen, Eat 'em by the dozen, They're all gone, They're all gone!
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES

(Oh Susannah) Oh we come from **Chiming Trails Girl Scout cookies for to sell. We see every Sue & Sally Our good message for to tell. Girl Scout Cookies! Boy they are so neat! So many kinds, So good to taste Hard to know which one to eat. (**Chiming Trails is the name of our Service Unit. You could substitute your SU name, school name, town name, etc to fit the song.)
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES (On Top of Old Smokey)

You had better buy some, before they're all sold 'Cause all Girl Scout Cookies are better than gold. You hardly can wait 'til they come to your door, Then you gobble them up, 'cause that's what they're for. So here is your warning, before it's too late Buy some Girl Scout Cookies to fill up your plate.
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES

(Jingle Bells) Girl Scout Cookies, Girl Scout Cookies Shortbreads are the best, Healthy & Nutritious and we like all the rest, HEY! Girl Scout Cookies, Girl Scout Cookies Thin Mints are great, too We love the new and old ones We love them all, do you? Dashing to the fridge, to get a glass of milk Before we go to bed & cover up with quilts

Bells on all the girls, try to sell the most What fun it is to eat them all Instead of eating toast! Oh, Girl Scout Cookies, Girl Scout Cookies Shortbreads are the best, Healthy and nutritious and we like all the rest, HEY! Girl Scout Cookies, Girl Scout Cookies Thin Mints are great too, We love the new and old ones We love them all, do YOU?

On All Girl Scouts - by Sneakers [Sung to the tune of IN THE NAVY by the Village People] On All Girl Scouts, you can type and make new friends On All Girl Scouts, sometimes a 'thread' just NEVER ends! On All Girl Scouts, there are things to learn galore On All Girl Scouts, you'll just wanna see s'more. On All Girl Scouts, get your friends to enter too On All Girl Scouts, there is room for more than you On All Girl Scouts, make some friends who'll be true blue On All Girl Scouts, On All Girl Scouts. We want you, we wnat you, we want you and all your friends too! If you like to e-mail--try us and we'll not fail You will get your 'inbox' full There's room for your reply---if something catches--- your eye ** Cut and paste then send it too.... To All Girl Scouts, where you can type and make new friends To All Girl Scouts, sometimes that 'thread' just NEVER ends! To All Girl Scouts, where you'll learn the word 'galore' To All Girl Scouts, let's all go eat s'mores At All Girl Scouts, where your friends can enter too At All Girl Scouts, where there's room for me and you At All Girl Scouts, where your friends are all true blue At All Girl Scout, At All Girl Scouts ** This line if forced rhyme... Goes like this... There's room for your reee-ply---if something catches.....your eye

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I said A-Boom-Chick-A-boom; I said A-Boom-Chick-A-Boom I said A-Boom-A-Chick-A-Rock-A-Chick-A-RockA-Chick-A-Boom UhHuh Oh Yeah One more timeThe Baby Talk Way or Valley girl Talk Way The Soft Way Cowboy Talk Way Scuba Talk Way The Loud Way Opera Song Way Rock Singer Way ACORN SONG I'm a little acorn brown, lying on the cocoa ground Everybody steps on me, that is why I'm cracked you see. CHORUS I'm a nut (clap, clap) You bet (clap, clap) . I'm a nut (clap, clap) You bet (clap, clap) I love myself, I love me so, I took myself to a. picture show. Put my arms around my waist, got so fresh I slapped my face CHORUS ADAM & EVE [tune: Dem Bones] (CHORUS) [Repeat after each verse] I know it, know it, indeed I know it Brother, I know it, WHEE - Dem bones gonna rise again. 1. Lord, he thought he'd make a man Dem bones gonna rise again.

So he took a bit of water and he took a bit of sand. Dem bones gonna rise again. 2. Adam, he was. mighty bIue Didn't know quite what to do. 3. So the Lord he took a rib from Adam's side And He made Miss Eve to be his bride. 4. Put them in a garden fair. . thought they'd be most happy there. . 5. Apples, peaches, pears, and such But of this tree you must not touch. 6. Around this tree old Satan slunk And at Miss Eve he wunk. 7. Miss Eve these apples are mighty fine. Just take one, the Lord won't mind. B. So she took a pick and she took a pull And then she filled her figleaf full. 9. Next day when the Lord cam 'round He spied them cores all over the ground. 10. Adam, who these cores did leave.? Tweren't me Lord, 'spect 'twas Eve. 11. Adam you must leave this place And earn your keep by the sweat of your face. 12. So he took a pick and he took a plow And that's why we're all working now. 13. That's the end, there ain't no more. Eve got the apple and Adam got the core. AND THE MORAL IS: NEVER Underestimate THE POWERS OF A WOMAN!..!

AH, WOONEY COONEY Ah, wooney cooney cha, ah wooney, Ah, wooney cooney cha, ah wooney, 1, I, I, lky I Ki an is, I, I, I, lky I Ki an is,' Ah woo, ah wooney, Kichee ACTIONS: . (1 st) sIap both hands on your own thighs - sIap both hands on thighs of person to your left - sIap both hands on own thighs - sIap both hands on thighs of person on right . (2nd) slap hands on own thighs - cross hands and slap on own thighs - slap hands on own thighs - slap left hand on person left of you and slap right hand on thigh of person on your right (3rd) slap hands on own thighs - slap hands on own knees - slap hands on your toes - slap hands on own knees (4th) put both hands straight out - tap left hand with right hand - tap left shoulder with right hand - cross arms with hands resting on shoulders (repeat using left hand) AIN'T GONNA GRIEVE MY LORD Oh, you can't get to heaven In a rocking chair 'Cause the Lord don't allow No Lazy folks there

(Echo each line) .. REPEAT Together Oh, you can't get to heaven in a rocking chair, 'Cause the Lord don't allow no lazy folks there Ain't gonna grieve my Lord no more CHORUS Ain't gonna grieve my Lord no more (repeat 3times) Oh, you can't get to heaven On roller skates 'Cause you'll roll right by Them pearly gates . REPEAT Together/ CHORUS Oh, you can't get to heaven In a brand new suit St. Peter will say That you're just too cute REPEAT Together/ CHORUS Oh, you can't get to heaven In a limousine 'Cause the Lord don't sell No gasoline REPEAT Together/ CHORUS ALICE Alice, where are you going ? Upstairs to take a bath Alice with legs like toothpicks And a neck like a giraffe Alice stepped in the bathtub Alice pulled out the plug Oh, my gracious, O my soul There goes Alice down the hole Alice where are you going? Glub glub glub

ALICE THE CAMEL Alice the camel has 10 humps, Alice the cameI has 10 humps, Alice the cameI has 10 humps, So go Alice, Go! Boom! Boom! Boom! (Repeat with 9 humps...l hump) (FinaI Verse:) Alice the camel has no humps Alice the camel has no humps Alice the camel has no humps 'cause Alice is a HORSE! ALL AROU ND THE ZERO All around the zero, she's your lovin' hero, Back, back, zero; side, side zero; front, front zero Now swing your lovin' hero .ALL NIGHT, ALL DAY Chorus: All night, all day Angels watching over me, my Lord. All night, all day, Angels watching over me. Day is dying in the west, Angels watching over me, my Lord. Sleep, my child, and take your rest, Angels watching over me. CHORUS Now I Iay me down to sleep, AngeIs watching over me, my Lord. Pray the Lord my soul to keep,

Angels watching over me. CHORUS If I die before I wake, Angels watching over me, my Lord. Pray the Lord my soul to take Angels watching over me CHORUS . AMERICA 1 . My country tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, of the I sing Land where my fathers died, Land of the Pilgrims' pride. From every mountainside, let freedom ring. 2. My native country, thee, Land of the noble free, Thy name I love. I love thy rocks and rills, Thy woods and templed hills . My heart with rapture thrills, Like that above. AMERICA (Appalachian Folksong) (Cindy) I wish I was an apple a-hanging on a tree And every time my Cindy passed, she'd take a bite of me. (CHORUS) Get along home, Cindy, Cindy [3 times], I'll marry you some day. . I wish I had a needle, as fine as I could sew, I'd sew that gal to my coat-tail And down the road I'd go. AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL O beautiful for spacious skies For amber waves of grain . For purple mountain majesties Above the fruited plain America, America

God shed his grace on thee And crown thy good with brotherhood . From sea to shining sea. THE ANTS GO MARCHING [tune: Johnny Comes Marching Home) The ants go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrah! The ants go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrah! The ants go marching one by one, The little one stops to suck his thumb. (CHORUS) And they' ail go marching Down, and around and under the ground, By the drain and through the rain... The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah! The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah! The ants go marching two by two, The little one stops to tie his shoe. CHORUS The ants go marching three by three The little one stops to climb a tree. CHORUS The ants go marching four by four . The little one stops to shut the door. . CHORUS The ants go marching five by five The little one stops to take a dive. CHORUS The ants go marching six by six The little one stops to pick up sticks. CHORUS The ants go marching seven by seven The little one stops and prays to heaven. CHORUS .

The ants go marching eight by eight The little one stops to shut the gate. CHORUS The ants go marching nine by nine The little one stops to eat and dine. CHORUS The ants go marching ten by ten . The little one stops to say THE . END! APPLES AN D BANANAS . I want to eat, I want. to eat Eat apples and bananas (repeat all) What? (Sing using a, e, I, o, u, vowel sounds) THE ASH GROVE Down yonder, green valley, where stream lets meander When twilight is fading I pensively roam. Or at the bright noontide in solitude wander Amid the dark shades of The Lovely Ash Grove. Tis there where the blackbird is cheerfully singing Each warble enchants with his notes from the trees. Oh! then little think I of sorrows or sadness The Ash Grove enchanting spells beauty for me. AN AUSTRIAN WENT YODELING 1. An Austrian went yodeling On a mountain so high When along came an (avalanche) Interrupting his cry.

CHORUS Ho-Ii-he Ho-Ie-rah-he-he Ho-le-rah-cuckoo (3 times) (swoosh) . . Ho-le-rah-hi-hi-ah-ho 2. St. Bernard (arf, arf) (swoosh) 3. grizzly bear (Grr, arf, arf, swoosh) 4. Jersey cow (tss, tss, grr, arf, arf, swoosh) 5. Pretty Girl (Smack, smack, tss, tss, grr, arf, arf , swoosh) 6. Her Father (Bang, Bang, Smack, Smack, tss, tss, grr, arf, arf, swoosh) 7. A Girl Scout (Cookie, Sir?, Bang, Bang, Smack, Smack, tss, tss, grr , arf , arf, swoosh) BABY BUMBLE BEE I'm bringing home a baby bumble bee Won't my mommy be so proud of me! I'm bringing home a baby bumble bee OW! He stung me. I'm squishing up my baby bumble bee ...OO! He's icky. I'm licking up my baby bumble bee ...OH! I feel sick. I'm throwing up my baby bumble bee ...OH! What a mess.

I'm sweeping up my baby bumble bee ...UH, OH! Here comes Mommy. BABY DUCK Wasn't it a bit of Iuck, That I was born a baby duck With yeIIow socks and yellow shoes, That I may go where're I choose. Quack, Quack, Quack, Quack Yeah, Duck! BARGES [written by a Iittle girl dying of cancer) (CHORUS) Barges, I would Iike to go with you. I would like to sail the ocean blue. Barges, have you treasures in your hold? . Do you fight with pirates brave and boil? Out of my window, looking in the night, I can see the barges flickering Light. Starboard shines green and port is glowing red. I can see the barges far ahead. . CHORUS Out of my window, looking in the night, I can see the barges flickering Iight. Silently flows the water to the sea And the barges too go silently. CHORUS How my heart longs to sail away with you, As I watch you sail the ocean blue. But I must stay beside my window dreary, As I watch you sail away from here. CHORUS

BARGES (CAMP VERSION) Out of my tent flap looking in the night. I can see the leaders having a fight. Silently go the pillows through the air. As the feathers they fly everywhere. Refrain: Leaders, I would like to fight with you I would like to throw a pillow or two Leaders, have you feathers up your nose Do you fight with campers brave and bold. THE BEAR SONG. [tune: Sippin' Cider) The other day, I saw a bear Out in the woods, away out there. He looked at me I Iooked at him. He sized me up I sized up him. He said to me, "Why don't you run? I see you ain't, got any gun." . I said to him "That's a good idea." Come on now feet Iet's up and flee. And so I ran, away from there, But right behind, me came that bear. And then I saw ahead of me A great big tree Oh mercy me! The Iowest branch, was ten feet up. I’ll have to jump, and trust my luck. And so I jumped into the air, But I missed that branch away up there. Now don't you fret, and don't you frown, I caught that branch, on the way back down. That's all there is, there ain't no more Unless I see that bear once more.

BILLBOARD As I was walking down the street, One dark and dreary day I came upon a billboard and. much to my dismay , The sign was torn and tattered From the storm the night before. The wind and rain had done its share for this is what I saw.. Drink Coca-Cola cigarettes, Chew Wrigley's spearmint beer. KenneI Ration dog food makes your wife's complexion clear , Simonize your baby with a Hershey's candy bar, . And Texaco's the beauty cream that's used by all the stars. So, take your next vacation in a brand new Frigidaire, Learn to play the piano in your Granny's [or winter) underwear , Doctors say that babies should smoke 'till they are 3, And people over 65 should bathe in Lipton tea (WITH FLOW-THRU TEA BAGS) [last line is sung slowly) BINGO [tune: Farmer in the Dell) There was a farmer who had a dog and Bingo was his name O B-I-N-g-O B-l-N-G-O B-l-N-g-O and Bingo was his name O. [Repeat five times substituting a clap for another letter each verse.) BLACK BEAR [tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic) As one black bear backed up the bank, The other black bear backed down. CHORUS: Glory, glory how peculiar [repeat three times after each verse] As one pink porpoise popped up the pole, The other pink porpoise popped down.

As one slick snake slid up the slide, The other slick snake slid down. As one flick fly flew up the flu, The other flick fly flew down. BLOWIN' IN THE WIND How many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man Yes, 'n' How many seas must a white dove sail before she sleeps in the sand? Yes 'n' How many times must the cannon balls fly before they're forever banned CHORUS The answer my friend is blowin' in the wind, The answer is blowin' in the wind. How many times must a man look up before he can see the sky.? Yes 'n' How many ears must one man have before he can hear people cry. Yes 'n' How many deaths will it. take 'tiII he knows that too many people have . died? CHORUS How many years can a mountain exist before it is washed to the sea? Yes 'n' How many years can some people exist before they're allowed to be free? Yes , n' How many times can a man turn his head pretending he just doesn't . see? CHORUS BOA CONSTRICTOR SONG I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor. I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor. I'm being swallowed by a boa constrictor. And I don't like it very much. . Oh no, he's swallowed my toe. Oh gee, he's up to my knee. Oh fiddle, he's reached my middle. Oh heck, he's up to my neck. Oh dread, he's swallowed my (slurp, slurp).

BOG IN THE VALLEY-O CHORUS Ho, Ro, The rattlin' bog, the bog down in the valley-o Ho, Ro, The rattlin' bog, the bog down in the valley-o. 1 . Now in this bog there was a tree, a rare tree, a rattlin' tree. A tree in the bog, the bog down in the valley-o. CHORUS 2. Now on this tree there was a limb, a rare limb, a rattlin' Iimb. A Iimb on the tree, and the tree in the bog, and the bog down in the valley-o. . CHORUS 3. Now on this limb there was a branch, etc. . CHORUS 4. Now on this branch there was a twig, etc. CHORUS 5. Now on this twig there was a leaf, etc. CHORUS 6. Now on this leaf there was a bug, etc. CHORUS 7. Now on this bug there was a hair, etc. CHORUS BREADBASKET With my hand on myself What is this here This is my head thinker My mamma dear Head thinker , head thinker Nicky, nicky, nicky noo, That's what I learned . in their school. (Start at top of head and repeat with each part

of the body) . Sweat boxer, eye blinker, nose blower, food chewer, chin chopper, neck stretcher, chest thumper, boy hugger, bread basket, knee bender boy kicker BROWNIE HIKING SONG We are the happy Brownies. We are the busy elves. We love to help each other, And, of course, we help ourselves. We wake up in the morning with A smile upon each face, And even if things don't go right, We keep that smile in place. We're the happy Brownies! BROWNlE MAGIC Cross your little fingers, Stand upon your toes. That's a bit of magic every Brownie knows. Now we are all standing in a forest glade Listen very carefully, See the magic made. Uncross your little fingers, Down from off your toes Then the magic goes away, Everybody knows BROWNIE SMILE SONG I’ve something in my pocket It belongs across my face . I keep it very close at hand ln a most convenient place. I'm sure you couldn’t guess it If you guessed a long, long while .

So, I'll take it out and put it on It's a great big BROWNlE SMlLE CAN AWOMAN (Sung to the tune of She'll be coming around the mountain.) Can a woman fly an airplane? . Yes she can , yes she can Can a woman build a building? Yes she can, yes she can Can a woman fight a fire, can a woman change a tire, Can a woman lead a choir? Yes she can, yes. she can. Can a woman be a lawyer? Yes she can, yes she can Can a woman fix an engine? Yes she can, yes she can Can a woman be a drummer, can a woman be a plumber Can she play ball in the summer? Yes she can, yes she can. Can a woman be a doctor.? Yes she can, yes she can Can a woman drive a tractor? . Yes she can, yes she can Can a woman lead a nation, can she run a TV station Can she head a corporation? Yes she can, yes she can. Just you wait until we're older then you'll see We'll be women in tomorrow's history As we grow up through the years We will sing out loud and clear Can we start the process here? Yes we can, yes we can! CAMP SONG [tune: I Don't Want No More of Army Life) The ice cream that they give you They say is very fine, But when you go to eat it, lt tastes Iike turpentine. (CHORUS) Oh I don't want to go to Girl Scout Camp. Gee Mom, I wanna go But they won't let me go,

Gee Mom, I wanna go home. The bathrooms... But when you go to use them you need the 4O9. CHORUS The donuts... But one rolled off the table, And killed a friend of mine. CHORUS The leaders... But when they take their makeup off, they look like Frankenstein. CHORUS First Aiders... No matter what ails you, they treat it . with iodine. CHORUS The tents... . if they don't fall on you, they leak all the time. CHORUS THE CAT CAME BACK (A jug band accompanies this song) CHORUS . Oh the cat came back the very next day. Oh the cat came back, They thought he was a goner but the cat came back he just couldn’t stay away, away, away. 1. Old Mr. Johnson had troubles all his own. He had an old cat that wouldn’t leave his home. He tried and tried to give the cat away Gave it to a man going far, far away. But...

CHORUS 2. Gave it to a man going up in a baIloon. Told him to take it to the man in the moon. The balloon came down bout forty miles away. What happened to that man weII I just couldn't say . But... CHORUS 3. Gave it to a little boy for a doIIar note ToId him to take him down the river in a boat They tied the rope around his neck, lt must have weighed a pound Now they drag the river for the little boy who drowned. But ... CHORUS 4. Gave it to some Boy Scouts to cook in a pot. They put him in the water when the water got hot. The cat didn't make a very good stew lt killed all the Boy Scouts and their counselors, too. But... CHORUS 5. Then to the Girl Scouts they gave the old cat. Told them to throw him down in the Iat The latrine caved in, the girls are all gone. There was no one there but the odor Iingered on . But... CHORUS 6. The A bomb fell the very next day, the H bomb fell not very far away. Russia went, China went and then the USA. The human race was ended without a chance to pray But... CHORUS . CHICKEN "C" that's the way it begins. "H" that's the second Ietter in.

"I" I am the third and "C" I'm the fourth letter in that bird. Oh, " K" l'm filling in, "E" I'm near the "N". . Oh, C H I C K E N, that's the way you spell chicken. Oh, Rufus Rafus Johnson Brown, What'cha gonna do when the rent comes 'round? What 'cha gonna say, what 'cha gonna . pay? What 'cha gonna do on the Judgement . Day? Oh, you know, I know, rent means dough. LandIord'll throw you out in the snow. Oh, Rufus Rafus Johnson Brown, . What 'cha gonna do when the rent comes 'round? (You're gonna freeze!) THE CHINESE FAN My ship came from China with a cargo of tea, All laden with treasures for you and for me. lt brought me a fan; just imagine my bliss As I fan myself gaily Iike this, like this, Iike this, Iike this. (fan right hand) REPEAT. fan with both hands fan with both hands, sweep right foot back & forth fan with both hands, sweep both feet back and forth fan with both hands, sweep both feet back and forth, nod head back and forth CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES (CHORUS) ChocoIate ship cookies, you gotta have more. You can bake 'em in the oven or buy 'em at the store. But whatever you do, have 'em ready at the door , And I'II Iove you forever more.

Boom, boom, boom . They're made out of sugar, .butter and flour, You can bake 'em in the oven in about half an hour . . But the thing that gives them their magical power Is the chocolate chips inside. Boom, boom, boom. CHORUS You can't eat one, you can't eat two. Once you start chewing, there's nothing you can do. But to clean the plate and eat the crumbs too. Then go out and buy some more. Boom, boom, boom. CHORUS When I die, I don't want wings, A golden halo, or a harp that sings. Give me a book, a fire And someone who brings me chocolate chip cookies all day. With milk please! CIRCLE G REEN . [tune: This Old Man] Circle green, circle green Finest circle we have seen The greatest task that we know Is to make. the circle grow SmaIlest one circles me Then we add the family Friends will make it larger still Further we must spread goodwill PeopIe here people there AII God' s children everywhere Are of one big family In the circle they should be

circle Green Grow and Grow So our neighborhoods will show We can make a world that's good Through Iove and peace and sisterhood. COAST TO COAST (Echo each verse) From coast to coast GirI Scouting is the most I say, from coast to coast Girl Scouting is the most From east to west . Girl Scouting is the best I say, from east to west GirI Scouting is the best From sea to sea GirI Scouting is for me I say, from sea to sea Girl Scouting is for me. COMMON GROUND Voices are calling round the earth. Music is rising in the sea. The spirit of morning fiIIs the air, Guiding my journey home. Where is the path beyond the forest? Where is the song I always knew.? I remember it just around the bend. In the village the music never ends. (CHORUS) ln a circle of friends, ln a circle of sound, All our voices will blend, When we touch common ground. Voices calling round the earth.

Music is rising in the sea. . The spirit of morning fiIls the air, Guiding my journey home. Here is the path beyond the forest. Here is the song I always knew. I remember it's just around the bend. ln the music the village never ends. CHORUS COVERED WAGON In the fire by the stream We see pictures of the past We see pictures of the dreams of pioneers. We see dreams of weary people Finding homes at last As they roamed the roiling hills of many years RolI on, roll on, you roving covered wagons. Roll on, roll on, you valiant pioneers Roll on, roll on, let nothing dim your vision Roll on forever, to ever new frontiers. CROW LITTLE BROWN I E Crow Iittle Brownie, Stronger Sleep Iittle Brownie, Longer, Longer Eat fresh vegetables every day That is always the wisest way. Drink fresh milk and plenty of water Exercise like a Brownie oughter. Do all this and you will see How healthy you will be. THE CRUEL WAR IS RAGING 1. The cruel war is raging Johnny has to fight I want to be with him From morning to night

2. Oh Johnny dear Johnny Morning noon and night I thing of you marching Left right left and right . 3. I know you're so gentle When you hold me tight Oh how will they make you Get out there and fight? 4. Go speak to your sergeant And say you want out Just say your allergic to this kind of bout 5. Oh Johnny dear Johnny Yes I know your brave But oh. How I miss you It's your love I crave 6. Oh why did the army Take you from my side To go into battle Away from your bride 7. I'm counting the minutes The hour and the days Oh, Lord stop the cruel war For this my heart prays 8. I made my decision I will join up to Oh Johnny , dear Johnny I'll soon be with you 9. We women are fighters We can help you win Oh, Johnny, l'm hoping That they'll take me in

10. The cruel war is raging Johnny has to fight . And I'll be there with him From morning to night DAISY Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do. I'm half crazy all for the love of you. It won't be a stylish marriage; I can't afford a carriage. But you'll look sweet upon the seat of a bicycle built for two. DAISY CHAIN Take my hand and form a chain Down a magic Daisy lane Smile a friendly smile and say May I help someone today? DAY IS DONE TeII me why you're crying my son You must be frightened Iike everyone Is it the thunder in the distance you fear WiII it help if I stay very near I am here (CHORUS) And if you take my hand my son, all will be well when the day is done And if you take my hand my son, all will be Well when the day is done . Day is Done (when the day is done) (repeat 4 times) . . Do you know why I'm sighing my son You shall inherit what mankind has done In a world full of sorrows and woes Do you ask me why this is so I really don't know CHORUS TeII me why you're smiling my son Is there a secret you can tell everyone

Do you know more than men that are wise Can you see what we all must disguise Through your living eyes CHORUS DAYS OF GIRL SCOUTING Days of GirI Scouting will fly away, die away Days of true friendship will be memories We have loved, We have learned Let us now teach in turn That the flame we have kindled Forever will burn (CHORUS) Turn around, turn around And your a young scout going out in the world. AlI of our footsteps will fade away, fade away Others will travel the path We have trod With our sons full of joy and our hearts full of love We will keep the flame burning for those yet to come . CHORUS DID YOU EVER GO FISHING Did you ever go fishing on a hot summer day And see all the little fishes, Swimming up and down the bay. With his hands in his pockets And his pockets in his pants, Did you ever see the fishes do the hoachiecoochie dance? YOU NEVER DID YOU NEVER WILL . (CLAP CLAP) . Did you ever go fishing on a cold winter's day And see all the little fishes, . Frozen solid in the bay. With his hands in his pockets

And his pockets in his pants, Cause it's too darn cold to do the hoachie-coochie dance? YOU NEVER DID YOU NEVER WILL (CLAP CLAP) DING DONG A ding dong, dong, dong, dong. A ding dong, dong, dong, .dong. A ding [insert name] , she don't wear no socks. A ding dong, I saw her when she took them off. A ding dong, she threw them in the garbage can. A ding dong, killed two. rats and the garbage man! A ding dong, dong, dong, dong. A ding dong, dong, dong, dong. A ding [insert name] , she don't wear no socks. A ding dong, I saw her when she took them off. . A ding dong, she threw them into the air. . A ding dong, now the birds need Medicare! A ding dong, she threw them on the railroad track. A ding dong, sent the train a mile back. A ding dong, she threw them into the sky. A ding dong, now Superman refuses to fly. A ding dong, she threw them onto the floor. A ding dong, all the roaches moved next door. A ding dong, she threw them into a boat. A ding dong, now that boat just won't float. A ding dong, she threw them onto the bed. A ding dong, now my teddy bear is dead. A ding dong, she threw them into outer space. A ding dong, that's the end of the human race.

DIRTY LITTLE TOES We were hiking along the dusty way. We could hear the birdies singing they seemed to say, "You have worn out your shoes. your. stockings, too! Pretty soon your dirty little toes will poke right through. will poke right through. DO YOUR EARS HANG LOW Do your ears hang low? Do they wobble to and fro? Can you tie them in a knot? Can you tie them in . a bow? Can you throw them over your shoulder Like a continental soldier? Do your ears hang low? Have you ever gone fishing On a hot summer day, And you sat on a fence And the fence gave away.? With your hands in your pockets, And your pockets in your pants. Watching the fish do the hula dance! Bum-did-de-a-da, SOME FISH! . DONA, DONA On a wagon bound for market, lies a calf with a mournful eye High above him flies a swallow winging freely through the sky. (CHORUS) How the winds are laughing They laugh with all their might Laugh and laugh the whole night through .. and half the summers night Dona,. dona, dona, dona, dona, dona, dona da Dona. dona. dona, dona, dona, dona, dona da Stop complaining said the farmer Who told you a calf to be Why don't you have wings to fly with like the swallow brave and free

CHORUS Calves are easily bound and slaughtered, Never knowing the reason why But whoever treasures freedom like the swallow Iearns to fly CHORUS When you're young and when your lively Like the swallow you must learn to fly But when you're old and getting weary like a calf you must learn to die CHORUS DONKEY RIDING 1 . Were you ever in Quebec. Stowing timber on the deck See a king with a golden crown Riding on a donkey.? (CHORUS) Height-ho, way we go! Donkey riding. Donkey Riding Heigh-ho, way we go! Riding on a donkey. 2. Were you ever off the horn Where its always nice and warm See a Iion and a unicorn Riding on a donkey? CHORUS . 3. Were you ever in Cardiff Bay Where the folks all shout hooray Here comes Johnny with his six months pay Riding on a donkey! CHORUS DOODLELY DO PIease sing to me That sweet melody CaIIed doodleIy do, Doodlely do.

I love it so whenever I go Just a doodleIy do, doodleIy do. The simplest thing; There isn't much to it, All you got to do is doodleIy do it. I Iove it so whenever I do Just a Doodlely doodleIy do, do. Wattle EE ache, wattle EE acha, WattIe EE oh, wattle EE oh. [repeat last 2 lines] DOUGHNUT SHOP well, I walked in the doughnut shop To get something to eat. Cause I was so hungry from my. head to my feet. So I picks up a doughnut and I wipes off the grease And I hands the lady a five cent piece. Well, she looks at the nickel! And she looks at me and she says, "Hey, Mister, can't you pIainIy see, There. s a hole in the nickel, there's a hole right there!" Say's I, "There's a hole in the doughnut too!!!" DUKE OF YORK The Noble Duke of York, he had ten thousand men, he marched them up a hill and he marched them down again. And when you're up you're up and when you’re down you're down and when you're only halfway there, you're neither up nor down. EACH CAMPFIRE LIGHTS ANEW Each campfire lights anew. The flame of friendship true. The joy we've had in knowing you, Will last our whole life through.

And as the embers die away, We wish that we might always stay, But since we cannot have our way, we’ll come again some other day. EASY COME, EASY GO (CHORUS) Easy come, easy go Through summer and through snow Up and Down, all around. This whole universe I.II go. And I’lI walk upon your waters Move mountains from your path With a smile for my companion I’ll teach you how to laugh. Cause I’ve ripped off my mask Kicked down my walls Strapped on my boots To answer your calls You say that l’m a rover Got no place to call my own. With a million places I call home. I know I'm not alone. CHORUS Cause I've thawed out my body Put blood in my veins 'Cause people were crying And calling out my name You say that I’m a poor man Got no one to care for me With a million brothers and sisters, How rich can one man be CHORUS My cousin lives in China My uncle brings the mail My sister lives in Boston My brother rides the rail I've met with Kings Who've passed away I know they still care

My father lives in heaven He's a millionaire. CHORUS ECOLOGY SONG [tune: When You're Happy and You Know It] If you see a piece of paper. pick it up, (repeat) If you see a piece of paper. put it in a trash can later. If you see a piece of paper, pick it up. If you find a pretty flower, let it grow. (repeat) If you find a pretty flower if a field or Ieafy bower , If you find a pretty flower. let it grow. If you feel a little bug, brush it off, (repeat) If you feel a little bug. just remove it with a shrug, If you feel a little bug. brush it off. If you catch a Iittle frog, put it back, (repeat) If you catch a Iittle frog in a puddle or a bog, If you catch a Iittle frog, put it back. If you see a bunny rabbit, Let it hop, (repeat) If you see a bunny rabbit watch him nibble on a carrot, If you see a bunny rabbit. let it hop. If you find a little turtle, let it be (repeat) If you find a Iittle turtle, in a polka dotted girdle, If you find a Iittle turtle, Let it be. If you hear a little bird, Let it sing, (repeat) If you hear a little bird, Let it warble undisturbed, If you hear a Iittle bird, let is sing. If you want a clean, unspoiled environment, (repeat) Be alert, be on your guard, fight pollution, fight it hard, If you want a lean, unspoiled environment. If you want a better world, do your part, (repeat)

If you want a better world. flag of brotherhood unfurled, If you want a better world, do your part. EDDIE KOOTCHiE (CHORUS) Eddie Kootchie Katchie Gammie Toasa Nammie Toasa Nammie Sammy Gammy Wacky Brown Fell into the well. fell into the weII, Fell into the deep dark weII. 1. Susie Jones was milkin' in the barn. Saw him fall and, ran inside to tell her mom that ... CHORUS 2. Susie’s mom was bakin' crackling bread. Call old Joe to TeII him that her Susie said that ... CHORUS 3. Then old Joe laid aside his plow Picked up his cane And hobbled into town to say that ... CHORUS 4. To the well, everybody came What a shame! lt took so long to say his name that... EDDlE KOOTCHlE KATCHIE GAMMlE TOASA NAMMIE TOASA NAMMlE SAMMY GAMMIE WACKY BROWN Who? EDDlE KOOTCHlE KATCHlE GAMMIE TOASA NAMMlE TOASA NAMMlE SAMMY GAMMlE WACKY BROWN - DROWNED!! Motions- Slap legs twice Clap twice Snap, Clap twice Hand Slide twice Hands Out Clap EVERYONE KNOWS IT

Everyone knows it. but how can you show it? That love is a wonderful thing. Try to believe it and then you will live it. And see what the future will bring. (cHORUS) Ah-h-h-ah-h-oh, everyone knows it, But how can you show it. That love is a wonderful thing. Laughing or crying, there' s no use denying, That love holds each life in its hand. So do what you can to be living in harmony, Meeting what love may demand. CHORUS You've got a lot of it, so you must share it, Proving that love isn't cold. Give it to everyone, don't miss out anyone, They'II give it back threefold. CHORUS FIVE HUNDRED MILES If you miss the train I'm on You will know that I am gone You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles. A hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles. Lord, I'm one, Lord, l'm two, Lord I'm three, Lord, I'm four Lord, I'm five hundred miles away from home. Away from home, away from home away from home, away from home Lord, l' m five hundred miles away from home. Not a shirt on my back, . Not a penny to my name,

Lord, I can't go back home this-a-way This-a-way , this-a-way , This-a-way , this-a-way, Lord, I can't go back home this-a-way You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles. FIVE LITTLE DUCKS Five little ducks went out to play Over the hill and far away. Mother duck went OUACK, OUACK, OUACK And four Iittle ducks came waddling back. Four little ducks went out to play Over the hill and far away. Mother duck went OUACK, OUACK, OUACK And three little ducks came waddling back. Three little ducks... Two little ducks,.. One Iittle duck went out to play Over the hill and far away. Mother duck went OUACK, OUACK. OUACK And no Iittle ducks came waddling back. Then FATHER duck went OUACK, OUACK, OUACK And five Iittle ducks came waddling back! FLEA Flea, Flea, fly. Flea, fly, flo. Vista. ComoIatta, comoIatta, comoIatta, vista. Oh no, no, no, no not the vista. Eenie, meenie, decameenie, Oowatch a wallameenie, estameenie, zolameenie, oowatchawa. Be Billyo dotten, dotten, de beep bop SHHHHHHHHHHl

FLICKER Flicker of the campfire the wind in the pines. The moon in the heavens the stars that shine. A place where people gather making friends of all kinds. . A pIace where old man troubles is always left behind. So give me the light of the campfire warm and bright. And give me some friends to sing with, I’ll be here all night. For love is for those who find it and I've found it and I've found mine right here. Just you and I and the campfire and the songs we love to hear. Da Da Daaa Da Da Da Da Da Da Da So let the light of the campfire into your night. And let the dreams that we cherish remain in its light. For love is for those who find it I found mine right here. Just you and I and the campfire and the songs we Iove to hear. . FORD l'm a little hunk of tin, Nobody knows where I have been. . I've got 4 wheels and a running board. (l'm a ford) REPEAT (Honk, honk ) PHRASE IN (Rattle, rattle) PARENTHESlS (Beep, beep) 3 TlMES l'm a ford). FRIED HAM Fried ham fried ham, cheese and bologna After the macaroni we'll have onions, pickles, and pretzels Then we’ll have some more fried ham fried ham Second verse. same as the first only just a little bit worse. Operator talk. third...hillbilly talk fourth...opera

fifth...underwater sixth...movie talk seventh... baby talk FRIENDS ARE SOMETHING . Friends are something when they camp together . They must camp the whole day, They must camp the night away. They must camp together, They must camp. [verses 2-4, substitute for camp: work, play, sing] . Friends are something when they part With teardrops in their eyes And go their separate ways. They must hope to meet again some day. GIRL SCOUT FEELING 1 . I’ve got that Girl Scout feeling Up in my head (3 times) I’ve got that Girl Scout feeling . Up in my head , up in my head to stay 2. I’ve got that Girl Scout feeling Deep in my heart (3 times) I've got that GirI Scout feeling Deep in my heart, deep in my heart to stay 3. Down in my feet. . 4. All over me. . 5. I've got that Girl Scout feeling. Up in my head, deep in my heart, down in my feet I've got that Girl Scout feeling All over me. All over me to stay.

GIRL SCOUT HYMN . [tune: the Church is One Foundation] O Father we would bring thee A Scoutship strong and true. A life of loving service And struggle weII one through, A Scoutship that the Master WouId surely Iove to see Of utter self-surrender And spotless purity. O knit us all together As loyal friends of all, And make us always ready To help up those who fall. As Scouts we must be trusted To others to do good. God bless and teach and strengthen Our Girl Scout Sisterhood. And so to thee our Captain As loyal Scouts we come And ask that thou wilt lead us 'Till Scouting days are done. We face tomorrow's warfare Strong in thy strength alone. Look down and bless our Scoutship For we would be thine own. GIRL SCOUT SPIRIT I've got the Girl Scout spirit up in my head, Up in my head, up in my head. I've got the Girl Scout spirit up in my head, Up in my head to stay. I've got the GirI Scout spirit deep in my heart... I've got the GirI Scout spirit down in my toes...

I’ve got the Girl Scout spirit. up in my head, Deep in my heart, down in my toes. I've got the Girl Scout spirit all over . me, All over me to stay. GIRL SCOUTS TOGETHER Girl Scouts together That is our song. Winding the old trails Rocky and long. Learning our motto, Living the creed. Girl Scouts together ln every good deed. Girl Scouts together Happy are we. Friendly to neighbors Far over the sea. Faithful to country Loyal to home, Known as true Girl Scouts Wherever we roam. GIRL SCOUTS TOGETHER [camp version] Girl Scouts together, lonely are we. We need some Boy Scouts for company. Someone who loves us, someone who cares. Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts Make wonderful pairs. GIVE MEYOUR HAND Give me your hand and I’ll take you with me, traveling far and near Seeking a land that needs to be free, Where friendship's meaning is clear. Everyone should surely be a friend to all, no matter where no matter who, And they should do the same for you.

Every human being should. do this very thing, but as a Scout in this day and age, You are shown the way. then given the chance, To be a friend and change the way the world is today. So, give me your hand and I will take you with me To meet different people and learn many things, about the way they live, and the way they feel, about the lives that are lived around them. We live in times of struggle, when fear can lock the door .but a Girl Scout in this day and age can open them once more By always being friendly and showing courtesy, then the world will be a better place for everyone, you see. GO TELL AUNT RHODY 1 . Go tell Aunt Rhody Go tell Aunt Rhody Go tell Aunt Rhody The old gray goose is dead. . 2. The one she's been savin. (repeat 3 times) To make a feather bed 3. She died in the millpond (repeat 3 times) Standin' on her head. 4. The goslings are cryin' (repeat 3 times) Because their mommy's dead 5. Repeat first verse. GOAT SONG There was a man And he had a goat. He loved that goat Just like a kid. One day that goat

Got frisked and fried. Ate three red shirts Right off the line. The angry man Took him by the neck And tied him to The railroad track. The whistle blew As the train grew near. That poor old goat Was doomed to die. He heaved a sigh Of awful pain And choked up three red shirts And flagged the train, . Flagged the train. . TOOT'TOOT.' GOD BLESS AMERICA God bless America, land that I love, Stand beside her and guide her Through the night with the light from above. From the mountains to the prairies To the oceans white with foam, God bless America. my home sweet home. God bless America, my home sweet home. GOD BLESS MY UNDERWEAR [tune: God Bless America] God bless my underwear, My only pair. I wore them And tore them On the seat of the old rocking chair. . From the washer, To the dryer, To the clothesline, Then to me, . God bless my underwear,

My only pair. God bless my underwear, My only pair. GOIN' TO LEAVE OL' TEXAS l'm going to leave ol' Texas now They have no use for the long horned cow They've plowed and fenced my cattle range And the people there are all so strange I'll bid adios . to the Alamo And set my face toward Mexico I'll spend my days on the wide, wide range For the people there are no so strange GOING AND GROWING Going and growing we're moving onward Going and growing we' re moving along We are the Girl Scouts, striding forward, Learning and growing today. We are moving into the future right now, GirI Scouts are here to stay Steady and true we are facing tomorrow strong and secure today. We’re going, Girl Scouts are on our way We're growing, having fun everyday We’re learning, we're learning to work an play We're striving, Girl Scouts are here to stay We' re reaching with each day, we' re going

every way We're growing, Girl Scouts are on our way GOING ON A BEAR HUNT (Echo each verse) Going on a bear hunt l'm not afraid Look what's up ahead 1 . A gate Can't go over it Can't go under it Can’t go around it Gotta go through it READY, LET'S GO Make noise (ererererer) (Repeat above with each of the following lines) 2. A corn field (push motion, swish) 3. A stream (splash, splash) 4. A windy tunnel (blow wind) 5. A hill (climb and pant) 6. A swamp (suction w/feet) 7. A Cave Can't go over it, etc. Can't go under it Can't go around it Gotta go in it (Creep in motion) it’s cold in here It's dark in here I feel something lt' s furry . It's warm lt' s moving lt’s a bear"'....." SCREAM (Do all motions in reverse.)

GOING TO KENTUCKY We're going to Kentucky To see the County Fair We saw a Seniorita With flowers in her hair. Oh! Shake it, shake it Shake it; shake it if you can. Shake it Iike a milkshake And shake it once again. Oh rock it to the bottom. . Rock it to the top. Turn around and turn around . until we holler STOP' GOLDEN SUN A golden sun sinks in the west The spirit calls GirI Scouts to rest. We’ve had our work, we've had our play We have lived the GirI Scout way. On my honor I will try . To do my duty to God on high To help all other people out And to live the life of a true GirI Scout. GOOD MORNING SONG Way up in the sky The big birds fly While down in the nest The Iittle birds rest. With a wing on the left And a wing on the right. The Iittle birds sleep All through the night. Shh...you’ll wake the Iittle birdies.

The bright sun comes up. The dew drops away. Good morning, good morning The little birds say. GOOD NIGHT Good Night Girl Scouts Good Night Girl Scouts Good Night Girl Scouts it’s time to go to sleep. THE GRAND OLD DUKE OF YORK (When the word " up" is sung, everyone stand up. When the word " down" is sung, everyone sit down. When the word "haIfway up" is sung, everyone stands haIfway up. Sing it through several times, each time getting faster..) The Grand Old Duke of York, . He had ten thousand men. . He marched them up the Hill, And marched them down again. And when you're up, you're up; And when you're down, you're down. And when you're only halfway up. You're neither up nor down. GRAND OLD FLAG You're a grand old flag You're a high-flying flag And forever in peace may you wave Your the emblem of the land I Iove The home of the free and the brave Every heart beats true Under red, white, and blue Where there's never a boast or a brag But should auId acquaintance be forgot Keep your eye on the grand old flag.

GRANNY'S IN THE CELLAR Oh. Granny's in the ceIIar Lordy, can't you smell her cooking biscuits on that darn old greasy stove. In her eye there is some matter That keeps dripping in the batter. And she whistles as the (rub nose and sniff) runs down her nose. (CHORUS:) Down her nose, . down her nose, And she whistles as the runs down her nose. Oh, Granny's in the ceIIar Lordy can't you smell her Steamin' crabs on the darn old greasy stove On her elbow there are scabs That keep failing in the crabs And she whistles as the -- runs down her nose CHORUS Oh, Granny's in the cellar Lordy, can't you smell her cooking rice on that darn old greasy stove. In her hair there are some lice That keep jumping in the rice And she whistles as the -- runs down her nose. CHORUS .

Oh' Granny's in the ceIIar Lordy, can't you smell her cooking cobbler on that darn old greasy stove Her glass eye it is a wobbler That keeps failing in the cobbler And she whistles as the -- runs down her nose. CHORUS Oh, Granny's in the Iaundry And she's in a quandry

'Cause she put some starch in with her underwear And it's gonna be disaster When it dries as hard as pilaster But she's tough as nails and so she doesn't care Underwear , Underwear She put some starch in with her underwear And it's gonna be disaster when it dries a hard as plaster But she's tough as nails so she doesn't care. GRAY SQUIRREL, GRAY SQUIRREL Gray squirrel, gray squirrel, swish your bushy tail, Gray squirrel. gray squirrel, swish your bushy tail, Wrinkle up your little nose, find a nut between your toes, Gray squirrel, gray squirrel, swish your bushy tail. GREAT GREEN GLOBS Great green globs Of greasy. grimy gopher guts, Itsy, bitsy birdies feet, MutiIated monkey meat, French fried eyeballs . swimming in a pool of blood And me without my spoon (or even a straw)! GREEN GROW THE RUSHES-HO I'll sing you one-ho. Green grow the rushes-ho What is your one-ho? One is one and all alone and evermore shall be .

so. I.II sing you a two-ho Green grow the rushes -ho What are your two-ho? Two, two the lily white boys clothed all in green-ho One is one and all alone and ever more shall be so. I’ll sing you three-ho Green grow the rushes-ho What are your three-ho Three, three the rivals, Two, two the lily white boys clothed all in green-ho, . One is one and all alone and evermore shall be so. four-ho Four for the gospel makers five-ho . Five for the symbols at your door. six-ho Six for the six proud walkers seven -ho Seven for the seven stars in the sky eight-ho Eight for the April rainers nine-ho Nine for the nine bright shiners ten-ho ten for the ten commandments

eleven-ho Eleven for the eleven went up to heaven twelve-ho . Twelve for the twelve Apostles. GREENSLEEVES . Alas my love you do me wrong To cast me off discourteously For I have loved you oh so long DeIighting in your company (CHORUS:) GreensIeeves was all my joy And oh GreensIeeves was my delight GreensIeeves, my heart of gold And all for my lady GreensIeeves. Ah GreensIeeves now farewell adieu, To God I pray to prosper thee For I am still thy sweetheart true Come once again to meet me. CHORUS HEAD SHOULDERS KNEES & TOES Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes Eyes and ears, one mouth, one nose Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes HEY, LOOK US OVER Hey, look us over, Scout in review Voters tomorrow, future mothers too Finding our places in society . Knowing we have a job to do . That takes responsibility BeIieve in the Promise uphold the law Living our Motto, honoring our cause

Trying something new we present to you The panoramic view Of GirI Scouts on Parade. Hey, We' re the Brownies, beanies in place You’ll find a smile on every face Eager to learn and do everything Loving our leaders who guide us through Discussions in the Brownie Ring We'll be ready helpers, friendmakers too DaiIy discover some good deed to do It's a great ball, we invite you all To join the big parade Of the Brownie Scouts Brigade Hey, come on over, watch all the fun See how we Juniors get our duties done Plan in patrols, it's troop democracy Earning badges in many fields Enlarge our versatility We study the proper flag courtesies Love to explore all nature's mysteries it’s a great big world, it's for every girl From nine to twelve years old Join a Junior Scout Patrol We're the Cadettes, we promise to be of Service to you in your community Face every challenge, hopefully trust To be the king of citizen America expects of us As we plan careers we will understand We could become First Lady of the land All the fun we share as we proudly wear That right we won't forget That of a Silver Award Cadette Hey, look us over, Seniors are we Turning the wheel of opportunity Whether the home, outdoors or the arts Mounted, Mariner, Service Aides .

It's where our lifetime program starts Whatever the duty, Always prepared Gaining our goals through leaders who have cared When we graduate we won't hesitate To carry on the way Of the GirI Scouts, U.S.A. HE'S GOT THE WHOLE CAMP 1 . He’s got the whole camp in his hands (3X) He's got the whole world in his hands. 2. He's got the darlin' Daisy's in his hands (3X) He's got the whole world in his hands. 3. He' s got the bouncing' Brownies in his hands (3X) He's got the whole world in his hands. 4. He's got the jumpin' Juniors He's got the whole world in his hands. 5. He's got the crazy Cadettes. He's got the whole world in his hands. 6.He's got the silly Seniors. He's got the whole world in his hands. 7. He's got the lazy leaders. He's got the whole world in his hands. HERMAN THE WORM Sitting on the back fence, chewing on my bubble gum (Smak, Smak, Smak, Smak) Paying with my yo-yo, (Whoo, Whoo) and along comes Herman the Worm. And he was THlS BlG. .

And I said Herman What Happened 1. I ate my sister. Repeat 2. I ate my brother. Repeat 3. I ate my mother. Repeat 4. I ate my father. Repeat 5. Oh, excuse me! I burped. HERMAN'S PRAYER If we all said a prayer For each other every day What a wonderful world this would be . I WouId ask God to bless you And keep you every day Knowing you'd do the same prayer for me THE HIKE SONG [tune: Caissons Go RolIing Along] Strap your pack to your back, With a sandwich for a snack, And we'll take to the road with a song. Thro' the brush, thro' the brake, When the day is first awake, Then the Girl Scouts go marching along. Whether spring or fall, You hear the highroad call, Come out! tune up your little song! So, take your pack And strap it to your back, For the Girl Scouts are hiking along, COME OUT HIKlNG! For the Girl Scouts are hiking along. HILLBILLY WILL When my Hillbilly Will comes ariding round the hill, I just can't get my shoes on fast enough. Yee Haw. .

When he kisses my cheek, I don't wash for a week. How I love my HillbilIy WiIl HiIlbilly Will, Hillbilly WiIl, Hillbilly Will, Hillbilly Will. When he kisses me on my cheek, I don't wash for a week How I love my Hillbilly WiIl. Yee Haw. HOME ON THE RANGE Oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam Where the deer and the antelope play Where seldom is heard a discouraging word] And the sky is not cloudy all day Home Home on the range Where the deer and the antelope play Where seldom is heard a discouraging word And the skies are not cloudy all day. HUMAN TOUCH It’s the human touch in this world that counts The touch of your hand in mine That means more to the fainting heart Than shelter, bread, and wine The shelter's gone when the night is o'er And bread lasts only a day The touch of your hand and the sound of your voice Live on in my soul always May the road rise up to meet you May the wind be always at your back May the sun shine upon your face The rain fall soft upon your fields And until we meet again someday May God hold you in the palm of his hand

May the memories that we have shared Linger on and on. I KNOW A PLACE I know a place where no one ever goes. There's peace and quiet, beauty and repose. It's hidden in a valley, beside a mountain stream, And lying there beside the stream I find that I can dream, OnIy of things of beauty to the eye; Snow-capped mountains towering to the sky. Now I know that God made this pIace for me. One can imagine herself as in a dream, Climbing a mountain or down a small ravine. The magic of this peace and quiet ever shall stay . To make this place a haven each and every day. Oh,. how I wish I'd never have to leave And all my life such beauty to receive. Now I know that God made this world for me. I LOVE THE MOUNTAINS I love the mountains. . I love the rolling hills. I Iove the flowers. I love the daffodils. I Iove the fireside When all the lights are low. Bum dee ada (repeat three times) Bum, Bum, Bum, Bum I WISH I WAS Oh I wish I was a little fishy-wish. Oh I wish I was a Iittle fishy-wish. I’d go swimming in the nudey without a bathing suity . Oh I wish I was a little fishy-wish.

Oh I wish I was a little tangerine... I’d go squirty, squirty, squirty Over everybody's shirty. Oh I wish I was a little English sparrow... I'd sit upon a steeple And spit on all the people. Oh I wish I was a Iittle bottle of Coke... I'd go down with a slurp And up with a burp. Oh I wish I was a Iittle bar of soap... I'd slippy and I'd slidey Over everybody's hidey. I'D RATHER SUCK ON A LEMON DROP Oh, I’d rather suck on a lemon drop than to try my luck with a IoIlypop Cause I always drop my IoIlypop And it gets all Over icky. I've tried and tried but I cannot find A lollipop that's half-way refined So I'd rather suck on a lemon drop than to try my luck with a Iollypop Cause I always drop my lollipop and it gets all over icky ooo icky ooo icky icky icky goo IFI HAD WINGS If I had wings, no one WouId ask me, should I fly. The bird sings, no one asks why. I can see in myself wings as I feel them. If you see something else keep your thoughts to yourself'. I’ll fly free then. How can you ask if l'm happy going my way? You might as well ask a child at play.

There's no need to discuss or understand me. I won't ask of myself to be someone else; I’ll just be me. . Yesterday's eyes see their colors fading away; They see their sun turning to gray. You can't share in a dream that you don't believe in. If you say that you see and pretend to be me; You won't be then. If I had wings...[repeat verse I ] IF YOU'RE HAPPY . If you're happy and you know it Clap your hands [clap clap] If you're happy and you know it Clap your hands [clap clap] If you're happy and you know it Then your heart will surely know it. If you're happy and you know it Clap your hands [clap cIap] stamp your feet yell Amen do all three I'M A GIRL SCOUT [tune: Frera Jacques] I'm a GirI Scout. I'm a Girl Scout. Who are you? Who are you? Can't you tell by looking.? Can’t you tell by looking ? I'm one too! I'm one too! I'm a Brownie/Junior/Cadette etc...

I'M JUST ONE GIRL I will do my best to be honest I will do my best to be fair . I will do my best thru my words and deeds To show the world I really care (CHORUS): I'm just one girl in this great wide world I can't go on every quest But I will do what I can do And I will do my best I will do my best to be a sister To each and every Girl Scout To observe, to conserve and preserve The natural wonders all about CHORUS I will do my best to be wherever I am needed to be To live the law and my promise But most of all to always be me. CHORUS In a cabin in the woods By the window a Brownie stood. Saw a bunny come hopping by Knocking at my door. . "Help me, help me, help." he said. " , Fore the hunter shoots me dead." "Come little bunny. come inside. Safely by my side." [Drop a line each time verse is sung: replace with motion.] IN THE GIRL SCOUTS [tune: Frera Jacques]

In the GirI Scouts, in the GirI Scouts, We can camp, we can camp All the tents are heated, all the tents are heated. HA, HA, HA! HA, HA, HA! ln the GirI Scouts, in the GirI Scouts, We can cook, we can cook The leaders wash the dishes, the leaders wash the dishes. HA, HA, HA! HA, HA, HA! ln the Girl Scouts, in the Girl Scouts, We party all night, we party all night. The leaders Let us do it, the leaders let us do it. HA, HA, HA! HA, HA, HA! In the GirI Scouts, in the Girl Scouts, We use latrines, we use latrines, And we love to clean them, and we Iove to clean them HA, HA, HA! HA, HA, HA! In the GirI Scouts, in the Girl Scouts, We can hike, we can hike. All the trails are downhill, all the trails are downhiII. HA, HA, HA! HA, HA, HA! INDIANS Indians are high minded. Bless my soul they're double jointed. They climb hills and don't mind it, All day long. GirI Scouts are high minded. Bless my soul they're single jointed. They climb hills and do mind it, AII day long. IT'S A SMALL WORLD

It's a world of laughter, a world of tears. It's a world of hopes and a world of fears. There. s so much that we share that it' s time we're aware . It's a small world after all. (CHORUS) lt' s a Small world after all. it. s a smalI world after all. It' s a smalI world after all, . it. s a small. small world. There is just one moon and one golden sun And a smile means friendship to every one. Though the mountains divide and the oceans are wide. It's a small world after all. CHORUS JENNIE JENKINS . Will you wear red my dear O dear O will you wear red Jennie Jerkins I won't wear red for it's the color on my head. (CHORUS) I’ll buy me a blue gown, ruffy, tuffy, siIkie jewIie. twirlie, whirlie O: RolI Jennie Jerkins WiII you wear white, my dear, O dear WiIl you wear white Jennie Jerkins I won't wear white for the color’s too bright CHORUS WiIl you wear black my dear O dear Will you wear black Jennie Jerkins I won't wear black for it's the Color on my back CHORUS WiII you wear pink, my dear, O dear WiIl you wear pink Jennie Jerkins I won't wear pink for my Iove might sink

CHORUS Will you wear green my dear O dear Will you wear green Jennie Jerkins I won't wear green for it's a shame to be seen CHORUS KOOKABURRA Kookaburra sits on the old gum tree, Merry, merry king of the bush is he. Laugh, kookaburra, laugh, kookaburra, Gay your life must be. Kookaburra sits on the old gum tree, Eating all the gum drops he can see. Stop, kookaburra, stop, kookaburra, Leave some there for me. . Kookaburra sits on the old gum tree, counting all the gum drops he can see. Stop, kookaburra, stop, kookaburra, That's not a monkey, that's me. KUMBA YAH . 1 . Kumba yah, my Lord, Kumba yah (repeat two more times) oh, Lord, Kumba yah. 2. Someone's crying, Lord... 3. Someone's praying, Lord... 4. Someone's singing, Lord... . LET ME CALL YOU SISTER [tune: Let Me Call You Sweetheart]

Let me call you sister, l'm a Girl Scout too. Let me hear you whisper All your Scout Laws through. Keep the Girl Scout Promise In your heart so true, Let me call you Sister, I'm a GirI Scout too. LIEGE SONG Tra la Tra la Tra la La La La . Tra la La . . Tra la La Tra la la (SHOUT) MICHAEL ROW THE BOAT ASHORE Michael row the boat ashore Alleluia Michael row the boat ashore AlleIuia Michael’s boat's a music boat AlleIuia Michael’s boat's a music boat Alleluia . . Sister, help to trim the sails AIIeluia Sister, help to trim the sails Alleluia Guerdon River is chilly and cold Alleluia Kills the body but not the soul Alleluia Guerdon River is deep and wide Alleluia Meet my maker on the other side alleluia Gabriel blow the trumpet horn AlleIuia Blow the trumpet loud and long Alleluia Brother lend a helping hand Alleluia Brother lend a helping hand Alleluia

Michael's boats a gospel boat Alleluia Michael's boats a gospel boat Alleluia Michael row the boat ashore Alleluia Michael row the boat ashore Alleluia NIGHT IS COME Night is come Owls are out BeetIes hum Roundabout Tiptoe so Out they creep Brownies go Home to sleep NOBODY IIKES ME 1. Nobody likes me. Everybody hates me, Guess I’ll go eat worms Long thin slimy ones, Short fat juicy ones, itsy bitsy fuzzy fuzzy worms 2. Down goes the first one, down goes the second one. Oh how they wiggle and squirm. Long thin slimy ones, Short fat juicy ones, itsy bitsy fuzzy fuzzy worms 3. Up comes the first one, Up comes the second one. Oh how they wiggle and squirm. Long thin slimy ones, Short fat juicy ones, Itsy bitsy fuzzy fuzzy worms NOW THE DAY IS OVER Now the day is over Night is drawing nigh Shadows of the evening

Steal across the sky Through the long night watches May thine angels spread Their white wings above me Watching around my bed . When the morning wakens Then may I arise Pure, and fresh, and sinless In thy holy eyes. ODE TO A GIRL SCOUT LEADER (Tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic) I was glad to have a girl, because our first child was a son I thought of all the ruffles, all the frilly bows and fun. I thought of how we'd sit and talk at night when day was done Wasn't I the foolish one? She was only half past seven when they called me to the fore, I said, I'm not equipped, They said, Oh yes you are! What's more, We will train you in the basic, we’ll outfit you for the core And they shoved me out the door. Glory, Glory, I'm A leader How'd I get to be a leader? . AII I did was have a daughter Is this the price I . pay? They taught me to be thrifty, to be thoughtful to be true They. taught me how to string the beads Iike noble Indians do I had to learn to dig a trench, and how to use it to And they say that Scouting's grand! Glory, Glory, I'm a leader Me- They had to make a leader I can't even build a fire Let alone put up a tent

We went walking in the woodland, My Girl Scout troop and me The handbook says that nature has a wealth of sights to see It's true- We sure were sights when we were found eventuallyAnd I do all this for free I'm not meant to be a leader, I don’t know which bird is which My wiener forks all burn up, we come home from hikes and itch The sit-upons all felt apart, I showed them the wrong stitch. But no one wants to switch! Glory. Glory, I'm a leader HaIIeIujah, I'm a leader TeII me why I should be happy When no one envies me! But even though I grumble, and I mumble, and I shout Though there are days I wonder what's the best way to get out I guess when all is said and done, there isn't any doubt I'm glad to be a Scout Glory, Glory, I'm a leader Someone's got to be a leader They- can carve it on my tombstone Here's a gal who did her best. OH, HOW LOVELY is THE EVENING Oh how lovely is the evening, is the evening. When the bells are sweetly ringing, sweetly ringing . Ding dong, ding dong, ding dong: OLD MAID (Chant from 1 to 20) One! Two! ... One and twenty, two and twenty, three and four and five and six and twenty, twenty-. seven, twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty (Repeat to 98) ninety-nine, Old Maid. (Partners link arms with one person in center after the twenty chant the center person takes a partner. continue to ninety-nine.

ON MY HONOR (CHORUS On my honor I will try. There's a duty to be done and I say aye. There's a reason here for a reason above. My honor is to try and my duty is love. 1. People don't need to know my name. If I've done any harm then I'm to blame. If I've helped another, then I've helped me. If I've opened up my eyes to see. CHORUS 2. I've tucked away a song or two. When you're feeling low, there's one for you. If you need a friend, then I will come and there's many more where I come from. CHORUS 3. Come with me where a fire burns bright We can even see better in a candle's light And we find more meaning in a campfire glow Than we'd ever learn in a year or so. CHORUS 4. We've made a promise to always keep And pray " softly falls" before we sleep We'll be Girl Scouts together and when we're gone We'll still be trying and singing this song CHORUS ON THE LOOSE (CHORUS) On the loose to climb a mountain, on the loose where I am free. On the loose to live my life the way I think my life should be. For I only have a moment and a whole world yet to see. I'll be looking for tomorrow on the loose. Have you ever watched the sunrise turn the sky completely red? Have you slept beneath the moon and stars, a pine grove for your bed?

Do you sit and talk with friends, though a word is never said? Then you're just Iike me and you've been on the loose. CHORUS There's a trail that I'll be hiking just to see where it might go. Many places yet to visit, many people yet to know. So in following my dreams, I will live and I will grow On the trail that's out there waiting, out there on the loose. CHORUS So in search of love and laughter I'll be traveling 'cross this land. Never sure of where I'm going for I haven't any plans. So in time, when you are ready, come and join me, take my hand, And together we'll share life out on the loose. CHORUS ON TOP OF SPAGHETTI On top of spaghetti All covered with cheese I lost my poor meatball When somebody sneezed It rolled off the table And on to the floor And then my poor meatball Rolled out the door . It rolled in the garden And under a bush And then my poor meatball Was nothing but mush Oh, the mush was as tasty As tasty could be And early next summer It grew into a tree The tree was all covered With beautiful moss It grew lovely meatballs And tomato sauce

So if you eat spaghetti All covered with cheese Hold on to your meatball And don’t ever sneeze. ONE TIN SOLDIER Listen Children to a story That was written long ago 'Bout a kingdom on a mountain And the valley folk below. On the mountain was a treasure Buried deep beneath a stone And the valley people swore They’d have it for their very own. (Chorus Go Ahead and hate your neighbor. Go ahead and cheat a friend. Do it in the name of heaven. Justify it in the end. There won't be any trumpets blowin' Come the Judgement Day. On the bloody morning after, One tin soldier rides away. . So the people of the valley Sent a message up the hill Asking for the buried treasure, Tons of gold for which they'd kill. Came an answer from the kingdom, With our brothers we will share All the secrets of our mountain All the riches buried there. CHORUS Now the valley cried with anger Mount your horses, draw your sword And they killed the mountain people.

So they won their just reward. Now they stood beside the treasure On the mountain dark and red Turned the stone and looked beneath it: "PEACE ON EARTH" was all it said. CHORUS . THE ORCHESTRA The violins ringing, with IoooooveIy singing The violins ringing, with IoooooveIy song. The clarinets makes doodle, doodle, doodle. doodle, deck The clarinets make doodle, doodle. doodle, deck. The trumpet is braying, tara, . ta, ta, ta, ta The trumpet is braying, tara, ta, ta, ta, ta The horn, the horn awakes me at morn The horn. the horn awakes me at morn. The drums sing but two tones and always the same tones . 5,1 ,1 ,5,5,5,5,5,1 . OUR CABANA SONG 1. Neath the grand Sierra Madre on a plain in Mexico Lies our beautiful Cabana where the Guides and Girl Scouts go. 2. Oh, come then to see the mountains, the cactus and sunny skies Hear the cricket in the evening see the white moon arise 3. When you see the warm red roofs you think of hearts that glow with cheer And the walls of sturdy stonework Stand for friendships so dear 4. Each day there is filled with laughter . Each evening is filled with song

And our stay in Our Cabana . Gives us memories life-long 5. When we go to Our Cabana We will find ourselves at home There's a greeting smile so friendly And a handshake so warm 6. So come now to Our Cabana World friendships to increase . And carry to your homeland International peace. OUR CHALET SONG High up, high on a mountain We've founded our Chalet High up, high on a mountain We've founded our Chalet Its sloping roof and wide Shall shelter us without a care And aach GirI Scout and Guide Shall find a welcome there. High up, high on a mountain We’ll go to our Chalet High up, High on a mountain Wall go to our Chalet Our simple life is free Our hearts are Iight, our songs are gay We ever shall remember The joys of our Chalet . High up, high on a mountain We've founded our Chalet High up, high on a mountain We've founded our Chalet And this its dedication Shall never fail nor be undone Each race, each creed, each nation

Beneath its roof are one. OUR LEADERS [tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic] We have tortured all the leaders, We have broken Girl Scout laws. . We have driven them all loony, With our ever-constant noise. . We have given them bad headaches, With our singing, all off key And now they are batty ever more.. (CHORUS) Glory , glory alleluia, Girl Scouts slipped right by the leaders. Hid in the latrine With all their underwear.' It's a wonder their are leaders anywhere. As you know, we love our leaders. We must have them for our troop. But it's lots of fun to tease them. We know they Iove our group. But today they're feeling funny As they hunt their underwear, We are glad there are leaders over there. PACK UP YOUR WIENERS Pack up your wieners in your old knapsack and HIKE, HIKE, HIKE. Put in a loaf of mothers fresh brown bread and marshmallows if you like. What's the use of worrying, all kids are out of sight. So...pack up your wieners in your old knapsack and HIKE, HIKE, HIKE. PAJAMAS [tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic] She wears her pink pajamas in the summer when it's hot. She wears her flannel nighty in the winter when it's not.

And sometimes in the springtime And sometimes in the fail She jumps between the sheets with nothing on at all. Glory, glory , Alleluia Glory. glory. What's it to you. Balmy breezes blow right thru ya' With nothing on at all. PART OF BEING A Girl Look at us world and see how we grow Just look at us girls to see all we know Girl Scouts have fun exploring their lives Making new friends and discovering why (CHORUS) Girl Scouting's part of being a girl it’s learning to be in a very big world Learning to care and learning to share And seeking the answers tomorrow will bring Being a Girl Scout means lending a hand And being a Girl Scout means building our land It's looking at others with love in our hearts And making a future of which we're all part CHORUS PASS IT ON It only takes a spark to get a fire going And soon all those around can warm up to its glowing That's how it is with God's love Once you've experienced it You spread his Iove to everyone You want to pass it on . What a wondrous time is spring When all the trees are budding The birds begin to sing The flowers start their blooming

That' s how it is with God's love Once you've experienced it You want to sing It's fresh Iike Spring You want to pass it on I wish for you my friend This happiness that I have found You depend on him lt matters not where you are bound I'll shout it from the mountain top . I want my world to know The God of Love has come to me I want to pass it on. I'll shout it from the mountain top I want my world to know The god of love has come to me I want to pass it on. PASS THE SHOE I will pass this shoe from me to you, to you. I will pass this shoe, and do just what I do. [sit in a circle & pass shoe with each beat, reverse direction, etc.] PEACE Peace I ask of thee, O River, peace, peace, peace. When I learn to live serenely cares will cease. From the hills I gather courage, vision of the day to be. Strength to lead and faith to follow, all are given unto me. Peace I ask of thee, O River, peace. peace, peace. PEANUT BUTTER First you take the peanuts and you smash it, smash it First you take the peanuts and you smash it, smash it

(CHORUS) Peanut, Peanut Butter--Jelly Peanut, Peanut Butter-Jelly Then you take the grapes and you squash it, squash it Then you take the grapes and you squash it, squash it CHORUS Next you take the bread and you spread it, spread it Next you take the bread and you spread it, spread it CHORUS Then you take the bread and you eat it, eat it Then you take the bread and you eat it, eat it CHORUS PLACE IN THE CHOIR (CHORUS) All God's critters got a place in the .choir. Some sing low. Some sing higher. Some sing out loud on the telephone wire and some just clap their hands, paws or anything they got now. 1. Listen to the bass it's the one on the bottom. Where the bullfrog croaks and the hippopotamus moans and . groans with a big to do and the old cow just goes moo. CHORUS 2. Dogs and cats they take up the middle. Where the honey bee hums and the crickets fiddle. The donkey brays and the pony neighs. The old coyote howls. CHORUS 3. Listen to the top where the Iittle birds sing on the melody with their high notes ringing. The hoot owl hollers over everything, the jaybird disagrees. CHORUS POOR LITTLE BUG.ON THE W ALL Poor little bug on the wall. No one to love him at all. No one to wash his clothes.

No one to tickle his toes. Poor little bug on the wall. [secretary , cowboy, opera singer, truck driver, scuba diver , baby, jack hammer, Englishman] POPCORN MAN [tune: Do You Know the Muffin Man] O do you know the Popcorn man, the popcorn man, the popcorn man. O do you know the popcorn man that lives in (daisy, brownie, junior) land. (One girl is chosen popper and the rest are in a circle around her. AlI are singing but only she is popping (jumping up and down) and then all sing:) Oh yes, I know the popcorn man, the popcorn man, the popcorn man, oh yes. I know the popcorn man that lives in brownie land . (At this point the popper hops in front of another girl and they both are popping inn the center. Song starts over,. until they all are popping .) PRINCESS PAT The Princess Pat Lived in a tree. She sailed across The seven seas. She sailed across The channel too. And took with her The rig of bamboo. (CHORUS) The rig of bamboo, Now what is that? It's something made By the Princess Pat.

It's red and gold And purple too. That's why it's called The rig of bamboo. Now Captain Jack Had a mighty fine crew. They sailed across The channel too. But their ship sank And yours will too, If you forget Your rig of bamboo. CHORUS PURPLE LIGHT Purple light In the canyon, That's where I . Long to be. With my three Good companions, My rifle, my pony & me. No more cows To be ropin'. No more strays WiII I see Round the bend. She’ll be waitin' For my rifle, my pony & me. Gonna hang My sombrero On the limb Of a tree. With my three Good companions, Just my rifle, my pony & me.

Whippoorwill ln the willow Sings a sweet Melody . . Ridin' to Amarillo , Just my rifle, my pony & me. PURPLE STEW Stirrin' the purple stew Whip whip whip whip(l) Stirrin' the purple stew . Scooby do bee do(2) Purple potatoes and purple tomatoes and maybe you(3) in the purple stew. (One person starts out in the center on (I) make stirring motions on (2) hold nose and wiggle down and on (3) point to someone to join you in the stew, Continue until all people are in stew) RAINBOW (Utah Girl Scout Council) There's a road I've been walking And some folks I’ve been talking to Some thoughts I.ve been thinking . And some things that I've gotta do The life I've been living And the time I’ve been giving To some plans that will make us happy When we're feeling blue. . Gonna find me a rainbow . . With a pot of gold to share Gonna find me a rainbow And I want you to be there Gonna find me a rainbow-o-o-o

And the I'm going ho-o-o-ome. And then I'm going home Some songs I’ve been singing And some dreams that are coming true Some hopes that are building And a good friend like you-u-u Some smiles . I’ve been rhyming And some time just for sitting still Some daises in a big bouquet And evenings on a summer hill. RAINDROPS If all of the raindrops were lemon drops and gum drops Oh what a rain it WouId be. (CHORUS) I’d stand outside with my mouth open wide. . "Ah, ah ah ah ah, ah ah ah ah" If all the snowflakes were Hershey bars and milkshakes Oh what a snow it would be. CHORUS If all of the hailstones were M & M's and sugar cones Oh what a hail it WouId be. CHORUS If all of the sleet was lima beans and liver meat Oh what a sleet it would be. I’d stand outside with my mouth shut tight. "Mum, mum mum"...[etc.] RAVIOLI Tune: " Alouette"

All: Ravioli, I like RavioIi Ravioli, it's the best for me. . Leader: Have I got it on my chin? AII: Yes, you got it on your chin. Leader: On My Chin? . . All: On your chin. Oh-h-h-h-h Ravioli, I Iike Ravioli RavioIi, it's the best for me. (Continue for shirt, pants, shoes, floor, walls, etc. Point to the items as each new word is added. It is repeated by the chorus and all preceding verses are sung in reverse order.) Final Verse All: Ravioli, I like ravioli. Ravioli, it's the best for me. . Leader. Is it all over.? All: Yes, it's all over. Leader: Yes, it's all over. A REAL GIRL SCOUT IS HARD TO BEAT A REAL Girl Scout is hard to beat. She's just 100 percent from head to feet. She's got that smile, that style, that winning way. No matter where you go you’ll recognize her And you'll say. Now there's a girl I’d like to know. She's got that good old Girl Scout pep and go And when you look at her it's clear to see

She's glad to be a REAL GirI Scout! REINDEER My reindeer flies sideways, Your reindeer flies upside down. . My reindeer flies sideways, Your reindeer is dead. RIDDLE SONG . . 1. I gave my love a cherry that has no stone 1 gave my love a chicken that has no bone I gave my love a ring that has no end I gave my love a baby that's no cryen 2. How can there be a cherry that has no stone How can there be a chicken that has no bone How can there be a ring that has no end How can there be a baby that's no cryen. 3. A cherry when it's blooming it has no stone A chicken when it's pipping it has no bone A ring when it's roiling it has no end A baby when it’s sleeping there's no cryen. RISE AND SHINE The Lord said to Noah there gonna be a floody, floody . Lord said to Noah there' s gonna be a floody, floody Get those animas out of the muddy, muddy (CHORUS) So, Rise and Shine and give God the glory glory Rise and Shine and give God the glory, glory Rise and Shine and give God the glory, glory Children of the Lord

So Noah he built him he built him an arky, arky Noah he built him he built him and arky, arky Made it out of hick'ry barky, barky CHORUS The animals they came on they came on by twos , twos The animas they came on they came on by twos , twos Elephants and kangaroosy, roosys CHORUS It rain and poured for forty daysy, daysy Rained and poured for forty daysy, daysy Nearly drove those animals crazy, crazy CHORUS The sun came out and dried up the Iandy, landy Sun came out and dried up the landy, landy CHORUS . The animals they came off they came off by threesies , threesies Elephants and chimpanzeesee, zeesee CHORUS This is the end of the end of my story, story This is the end of the end of my story, story Everything was hunky dory, dory CHORUS RISE UP O FLAME Rise up O Flame, by the Iight glowing. Show us to beauty, vision and joy. ROCK Rock, rock how I wonder From one hand into the other Is it fair, is it fair

To keep poor waiting there ROCK-A MY SOUL Rock-a my soul in the bosom of Abraham. Rock-a my Soul in the bosom of Abraham. Rock-a my Soul in the bosom of Abraham. Oh, rock-a my Soul! So high you can't get over it, So low you can't get under it, So wide you can't get around it You must go through at the door. RUFUS Oh, Rufus Rafus Johnson Brown, What'cha gonna do when the rent comes 'round.? What'cha gonna say, what'cha gonna . pay? What'cha gonna do on the Judgement Day.? Oh, you know, I know, rent means dough. LandIord’ll throw you out in the snow. Oh, Rufus Rafus Johnson Brown, What'cha gonna do when the rent comes 'round? (You're gonna freeze!) SANGAM SONG The symbol of oneness Sangam is our pride Where love and affection don't change like the tide Regardless of colour, religion or creed To spread benevolence we're sowing the seed.. Guides of all nations, together we stand In goodwill and friendship united our band To help the weak and aged we make ourselves strong To gain inspiration we always sing this song Sangam, o Sangam, Symbol of oneness.

SAY WHEN Say when, will we ever meet again (three times) Say when my friend, say when. Say why, do we have to say goodbye (three times) Say why my friend, say why Say where, and I'II meet you right there (three times) Say where, my friend, say where Say when, will we ever meet again Say why, do we have to say goodbye Say where and I’ll meet you right there Say when, say why, say where . SCOUT MARCHING SONG (tune: This Old Man] This young Scout, number one, She sure likes to get things done. (CHORUS) With a knick knack paddy whack Give a Scout a chore This she'll do and ask for more. This young Scout, number two, She will do odd jobs for you. CHORUS This young Scout, number three, Full of humor. full of glee, CHORUS This young Scout, number four, Follows rules and knows the score. CHORUS

This young Scout, number five, She has courage, she has drive. CHORUS This young Scout, number six, She'll make up things with ropes and sticks. CHORUS This young Scout, number seven, Must always be home by eleven. CHORUS This young Scout, number eight, Gives goodwill that sure does rate. CHORUS This young Scout, number nine, She's so pleasant all the time. . CHORUS . This young Scout, number ten, Sings the chorus once again . CHORUS SHE WADED IN THE W ATER [tune: Battle Hymn of the RepubIic] She waded in the water and she got her feet all wet She waded in the water and she got her feet all wet She waded in the water and she got her feet all wet but she didn't get her (cIap, cIap) wet (cIap) yet. SHE WEARS A "G" . She wears a G for generosity, She wears an I for interest too. She wears an R for real friendship. She wears an L for loyalty, for loyalty.

She wears an S for her sincerity, She wears a C for courtesy, for courtesy She wears an O U T for outdoor life And that Girl Scout is ME. SHE WEARS A G.. (rewritten) She wear a G for green-eyed monster She wears an I for insects, too She wears an R for reading comic books She wears an L for letting mice into the house She wears an S for super sloppiness She wears a C for climbing trees She wears an O U T for outer space, outer space And that Girl Scout's not me. SHE'LL BE COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN 1. She'll be comin' round the mountain when she comes (toot toot) 2. She'll be drivin' six white horses when she comes (whoa back) 3. Oh, we’ll kill the old red rooster when she comes (hack, hack) 4. Oh, we'll have chicken and dumplings when she comes (yum, yum) . 5. Oh, we'll all go out to meet her when she comes (hi, babe) SHINY NOSES . [tune: My Bonny Lies Over the Ocean] Why do rabbits all have shiny noses? This question I’ll ask to the end. Why do rabbits all have shiny noses.? Cause the powder puff's on the wrong end! (CHORUS) Wrong end, wrong end, the powder puff's on the wrong end, wrong end. Wrong end, wrong end, the powder puff's on the wrong end!

SILVER BIRCH Land of the Silver Birch Home of the Beaver. Where once the mighty moose wandered at will. Blue ridge and rocky shore. I will return once more. Bum didy ada bum bum. SING, SING A SONG Sing, Sing a song Sing out loud, sing out strong Sing of good times not bad Sing of happy not sad Sing, sing a song Make it simple to last your whole life long Don't worry that it's not good enough for any one else to hear Just sing , sing a song Sing, sing a song Let the world sing along Sing the love there could be Sing for you and for me . Sing, sing a song . Make it simple to last your whole life long Don't worry that it's not good enough for any one else to hear Just sing, sing a song SINGIN' IN THE RAIN I'm singing in the rain . Just singing in the rain What a glorious feeling I'm happy again I'm laughing at clouds so dark up above The sun's in my heart and I'm ready for love

Let the stormy clouds chase Everyone from the pIace Come on with the rain I've a smile on my face . I'll walk down the lane with a happy refrain and . singing, just singing in the rain. SINGIN' in THE RAIN [motion song; do each motion, end up doing all 8] l'm singin' in the rain Just singin' in the rain. What a glorious feeling l'm...thumbs up! Ta ta ta ta ta ta ta ta ta Tatatatatatatatata Add: shoulders back chest out knees bent toes in tush out chin up tongue out SMILE lt isn't any trouble just to S-M-l-L-E It isn't any trouble just to S-M-l-L-E So smile when you're in trouble, it will vanish like a bubble If you only take the trouble just to S-M-I-L-E 2. It isn't any trouble just to L-A-U-G-H. 3. lt isn't any trouble just to G-R-I-N, grin .

SOFTLY FALLS [tune: O Tannenbaum] Softly fails the light of day As our campfire fades away. silently each Scout should ask: Have I done my daily task? Have I kept my honor bright? Can I guiItIess sleep tonight? Have I done and have I dared Everything to be prepared? SOUND OFF (The chorus should be sung between each verse. Each line is sung in an echo style.) CHORUS (Sound Off) G I (Sound Off) R L (Bring it on down) SCOUTS GIRL SCOUTS 1 . We are Girl Scouts one and all So we follow the Girl Scout Law We promise that we'll do our best And never let our standards rest 2. Law number one, we must obey Do all things the honest way Secondly, we must be fair By doing this, we learn to share 3. The third thing that we must do Is help where needed all year through To be cheerful, is number four Stay right here and you'll hear more 4. Next to come is number five Be friendly, considerate and very wise

Number six is what its about Be a sister to every Girl Scout 5. Law seven is the best Show your Girl Scout leader respect The next law is number eight Resources you must save not waste 6. The world, we must protect and improve Number nine get you in the groove Last of the laws is number ten Show respect thru words and actions. SPIDER'S WEB (CHORUS): There's a web like a spider's web Made of silk and light and shadow Spun by the moon in my room at night it’s a web made to catch a dream . Hold it tight till I awaken As if to tell me that dreamin's alright. 1. Down in the valley, there is a mission By the old oak tree. Near that mission, there is a fountain Where my love told me ... CHORUS 2. ln the evening, she was sleeping My Iove dreamt of me I was leaving, She was weeping As she said to me ... CHORUS .

3. I met a stranger. his name was danger, We rode side by side . Down in Santa Fe, I killed a man they say Danger told me ride. CHORUS

4. Now if I return, they will hang me By the old oak tree By the old oak tree, by that mission Where my love told me...that... CHORUS STRUT MISS SUZY Strut Miss Suzy, strut Miss Suzy, Strut Miss Suzy, all day long. Here comes another one Just like the other one. Here comes another one . AII the way home. SUITOR There are suitors at my door . Oh a lei a body a Six or eight or even more Oh a lei a body a And my father wants me wed Oh a lei a body a Or at least that's what he said Oh a lei a body a (CHORUS) Oh lei oh la, oh a lei a body a [REPEAT 3 MORE TIMES] . So I told him that I will When the rivers run up hill Or when fish begin to fly Or the day before I die CHORUS So I left the very next day For at home I could not stay

And I know that I'll find my love With the help of him above. CHORUS And my father said to me You'll get married and you'll see That your dreams will all come true In a paradise for two. CHORUS SUMMER CAMP Take me back to summer camp Golden days with songs to sing Take me back to the memories In the forest, the life it brings Camping days will live with me The many gifts a child will leave . A counselors love she shares with all Forever living the campfires glow Camping days, they near the end it’s not goodbye, but see you again The memories to forever hold The lasting friendships I will take home Take me back to summer camp Golden days with songs to sing Take me back to the memories In the forest, the life it brings SUNNYSIDE . (CHORUS) Stay on the sunnyside Always on the sunnyside Stay on the sunnyside of life. You will feel no pain, As they drive you insane, . So stay on the sunnyside of life.

Knock-knock. Who goes there? Either Either who? The either bunny. OHHHHHHHHH CHORUS Another Another either bunny! . Stilla -- Still-another either bunny! Car go -- Car go VROOOM VROOOM, run over all the either bunnies. I'm a -- I'm a poor little either bunny who was left behind. Boo -- don't cry, the either bunny will be back next year! SWIMMING Swimming , swimming ln a swimming pool Some days are hot Some days are cool ln a swimming pool Breast stroke, side stroke . Fancy diving too Now wouldn't it be nice to have Nothing else to do TAPS Day is done, gone the sun From the lake, from the hills, from the sky. All is well safely rest, God is nigh. Thanks and praise for our day, . 'Neath the sun, 'neath the stars, 'neath the sky.

As we go, this we know, God is nigh. . Fading light, dims the sight And a star gems the sky. Gleaming bright. From afar Drawing nigh comes the night. TELL ME WHY Tell me why the stars do shine? Tell me why the ivy twines? Tell me why the sky's so blue? TeII me, my darling, just why I love you? Because God made the stars to shine. Because God made the ivy twine. Because God made the sky so bIue. Because God made you, that's why I love you. TELL ME WHY [camp version] TeII me why, the bugs do bite. Tell me why the fire won't light. Tell me why, the tent fell down. And I will tell you why we slept on the ground. Because they're hungry, the bugs do bite. Because the wood is wet, the fire won't Iight. Because the peg broke, the tent fell down. Because we're crazy, we slept on the ground. THESE TINY BOATS [tune: Tell Me Why] These tiny boats, Like hopes and dreams. . Floating in Silence, Far down the stream. .

Carry my wish To a distant shore. May it come true For ever more. THIS IS MY COUNTRY This is my country. Land of my birth. This is my country, Grandest on Earth. (CHORUS) I pledge allegiance America -- the bold -For this is my country To have and to hold This is my country. Land of my choice. This is my country. To have and to hold. CHORUS THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND This land is your land, this land is my land. From California to the New York Island, From the redwood forest to the Gulf Stream waters, This land was made for you and me. As I was walking that ribbon of highway, I saw above me that endless skyway, I saw below me that golden valley. This Land was made for you and me. I've roamed and rambled, and I followed my footsteps To the sparkling sands of her diamond deserts, And all around me, a voice was sounding, This land was made for you and me.

When the sun comes shining, and I was strolling, And the wheat fields waving, and the dust clouds roiling , As the fog was lifting, a voice was chanting, This Land was made for you and me. THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE This Iittle light of mine l'm gonna Let it shine (three times) (CHORUS) Ev'ry day, ev'ry day, ev'ry day ev'ry day, Gonna Let my Iittle light shine My brothers and my sisters, I'm gonna help them shine (three times) CHORUS This big world or ours, I'm gonna help it shine (three times) CHORUS THIS OLD MAN This old man, he played one He played knick-knack on my thumb Knick-knack. paddy-whack, give your dog a bone This old man came roiling home. two - on my shoe three - on my knee four - on my door five - on my hive six - on my sticks seven - up in heaven eight - on my plate nine - on my spine ten - once again THREE CHARTREUSE BUZZARDS

Three Chartreuse Buzzards Three Chartreuse Buzzards Three Chartreuse Buzzards Sitting in a dead tree Oh, look! One has flown away What a shame Two ... One .... No... Chartreuse Buzzards Oh, look! One has returned! Let us rejoice One... . Two ... Three... TITANIC Oh, they built that ship titanic and when they were through They thought they had a ship that the water WouId never go through But the good Lord raised his hand, said that ship would never stand. lt was sad when that great ship went down. CHORUS lt was sad, it was sad, it was sad It was sad when that great ship went down to the bottom of the husbands and wives little children lost their lives. lt was sad when that great ship went down. They sailed from Mingo land and were headed for the shore When the rich refused to associate with the poor So they put them down below where they'd be the first to go lt was sad when that great ship went down. CHORUS . TODAY

(chorus Today while . the blossoms still cling to the vine, I'll taste your strawberries and drink your sweet wine. A million tomorrows may all pass away Ere I forget all the joys that were mine today. 1. I’ll be a dandy and I’ll be a rover. You'll know who I am by the songs that I sing. I'll feast at your table and sleep in your clover, Who cares what tomorrow brings? CHORUS 2. I can't be contented with yesterday's glory. I can't live on promises, winter to spring. Today is my moment and now is my story. I’ll laugh and I'll cry and I'll sing. CHORUS . TONY CHESTNUT [action song] Tony Chestnut knows I love you. Tony Chestnut knows I Iove you. Tony Chestnut knows I love you. That's what Tony knows. [toe- knee- chest- nut- nose- eye- crossed hands across chest- point to other person] TURTLE DOVE If I had the wings of a turtle dove (turtle dove) Back to Arcona* I’d fly (I'd fly). There I would stay with the other girls (other girls) . There I would stay 'till I die. Oo lala, oo lala, oo lala [repeat, again, once more, 2nd verse] If I had the wings of a turtle dove (caterpillar) Back to Arcona I’d fly (I’d crawl). There I would stay with the other girls (what, those old maids?).

There I would stay 'till I die (drop dead). Oo lala, oo lala, oo lala (repeat, again, once more, the end) use the name of any Girl Scout camp TWELVE DAYS OF CAMPING On the first day of camping My leader gave to me A scrub brush for the latrine 2nd - two burned skillets 3rd - three logs to chop 4th - four cans of off 5th - five leaky buckets 6th - six stinky socks 7th - seven slimy sneakers 8th - eight rusty saws 9th - nine muddy boots 10th - ten burned fingers 11 Th. - eleven charred smokers 12th - twelve Excedrin headaches W ADDLE-LE-A-CHA Waddle-le-a-cha, Waddle-Ie-a-cha, Doodle-le-do, DoodIe-le-do , Waddle-le-a-cha, waddle-le-a-cha Doodle-Ie-do , doodle-le-do . Simplest thing, there's nothing much to it. All you have to do is doodle-le-do it.

I like the rest, but the part 1 like the best Is the doodle-le, doodle-le-do TOOT TOOT WALK WITH ME (and be my friend) . (CHORUS) Reach out your hand to me and do not be afraid Let your soul be free just like the wind Let me know your sorrows for I will understand Walk with me. And be my friend 1. When the daylight all around you Turns to dark and disappears All your dreams have left you And your one step shy of tears You've tried your best to make it But the world has passed you by Nothing seems to matter And you've lost your . will to try! CHORUS 2. You're my sister, you're my shadow You’re the world you're my best friend You show me all your rainbows And make sure mine never end And come tomorrow morning When were up and gone away Will your memories remind you Of the things we've done today.? CHORUS 3. If the world should end tomorrow Would you still be here with me For the future holds no promises And gives no guarantees If the night could last forever I would spend it all with you And the morning sun will find us

As we start our day anew CHORUS WALK WITH ME . (CHORUS) Walk with me and talk with me and Say you'll be my friend. And together we’ll work out harmonies, On a road, that never ends. Although our roads are different, just Watch as they converge. We've got a job to do together, Our song, it must be heard. So CHORUS . .. Sisters for the summer, that's What the children say. 8ut little do they know when they go away, Our friendship, will never fade. So CHORUS When you're down, I'll build you up. And when you're up, I'll laugh with you. And together we’ll find a peace of mind, That only, true friends can find. So . CHORUS WE ARE THE GIRL SCOUTS We are the Girl Scouts, Let's give a cheer, Please have no doubts, We always will be near, With helping hands, We'll never say " no", Cause we're the pride & joy, Of our founder Daisy Low. We're always here when you need us, Girl Friday’s all.

When'er you hear us, . You'll hear friendships call. So give us a chance, And we'll tell you, What the shout is all about, We're the proud, True blue Girl Scouts. WE CHANGE THE WORLD [words & music by Melinda Caroll] (CHORUS) Change the world, come with me. Time to Let our dreams fly free. And it comes so easily. that is our way. Every moment we're alive, It's our love that will survive. In the GirI Scouts, together, We Change the World. Sisters of every color, friends from everywhere. We all make the difference. . When we show the world we care. The GirI Scouts are our family, And they show us what we can be. And, I believe, together We Change the World. CHORUS ln America, we have so much to give To our sisters around the world Who are struggling just to live. Light the light and do our share, Reach out your hand and someone's there. And, I believe, together We Change the World. CHORUS WE'RE ALL TOGETHER AGAIN We're all together again, We're here, We're here We're all together again,

We're here, We're here Who knows when we'll be all together again Singing all together again We're here, we're here WE'RE GREAT We're great but no one knows it, No one knows it so far. Someday they'll realize how wonderful we are! They look at us, they stare at us and then they shout hooray! We're great but no one knows it 8ut they will some day! WE'RE HERE FOR FUN [tune: Auld Lang Syne] We're here for fun right from . the start So drop your dignity. Just laugh and sing with all your heart And show your loyalty. May all your troubles be forgot. Let this night be the best. Join in the song we sing tonight. 8e happy with the rest! WHAT AM I GOING TO DO . 1. What am I going to wear when I get to camp, honey, honey. What am I going to wear when I get to camp, baby, baby What am I going to wear to camp Just run around Iike a bunch of tramps, honey, oh baby , of mine 2. How am I going to make that fire burn, honey , honey How am I going to make that fire burn baby, baby How am I going to make that fire burn Wish I had stopped to learn, honey, ob babe, of mine

3. What am I going to do when I have to cook, honey , honey . What am I going to do when I have to cook, baby, baby What am I going to do when I have to cook Wish I could read a book, honey, oh baby, of mine. 4. what am I going to do when the well runs dry , honey , honey What am I going to do when the well runs dry, baby, baby What am I going to do when the well runs dry Rather run away and hide, honey, oh baby, of mine 5. What am I going to do when it starts to rain, honey, honey What am I going to do when it starts to rain, baby , baby What am I going to do when it starts to rain . Crawl back in that sack again, honey, oh baby, of mine 6. (Sing very Slowly) What are we going to do when we get back home, honey , honey What are we going to do when we get back home, baby, baby What are we going to do when we get back home Where l'm no longer free to roam, honey, oh baby, of mine WHEELS ON THE BUS The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round, round and round. The wheels on the bus go round and round, all over town. [revolve hands] The money. on the bus goes clink clink cIink. clink clink clink, clink clink clink. The money on the bus goes clink clink clink, all over town. . [drop fare in box] The driver on the bus says, "Step to the rear", "Step to the rear". " Step to the rear". The driver on the bus says, "Step to the rear", all over town. [thumb indicates to move back]

The people on the bus go yak yak yak, yak yak yak, yak yak yak. The people on the bus go yak yak yak all over town. [open hand halfway & quickly close] The cars in the traffic go honk honk honk, honk honk honk, honk honk honk. The cars in the traffic go honk honk honk all over town. [pressing horn] WHERE HAS MY LITTLE DOG GONE Oh where, oh where has my little dog gone Oh where oh where can he be With his ears cut short and his tail cut long. Oh where oh where can he be WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE. Where have all the flowers gone Long time passing Where have all the flowers gone Long time ago . Where have all the flowers gone The girls have picked them every one Oh, When will you ever learn Oh, When will you ever learn Where have all the young girls gone Long time passing Where have all the young girls gone Long time ago Where have all the young girls gone . They've taken husbands every one Oh, When will you ever learn Oh, When will you ever learn Where have all the young men gone Long time passing

Where have all the young men gone Long time ago . Where have all the young men gone They're all in uniform Oh, When will you ever learn Oh, When will you ever learn WHITE LACY PANTS [tune: White Coral Bells] White lacy pants Upon the clothes line. Polka-dot pajamas, Oh! my gosh, they're mine! Oh don't you wish . That you could wear them too? That would only be If you were I & I were you. WHOOPING COUGH Way down south not so very far off the jaybird died of the whooping cough. He whooped so hard of the whooping cough that he whooped his head and his tail right off. Second verse, same as the first. a Iittle bit louder and a Iittle bit worse. WHY DO BUNNIES . Why do bunnies have bright shiney noses Do you know the answer my friend Why do bunnies have bright shiney noses Their powder puffs on the wrong end. WIGGLE-O We got our hand up high

Our feet down low . And that's the way we Wiggle-O Wiggle-O , Wiggle-O Hey, What? Hey,. Hey, . Uh? Huh.? Are you ready.? Sure! To Wiggle-O . Okay! THE WORLD SONG Our way is clear as we march on And see our flag on high It's never furled throughout the world For hope shall never die We must unite for what is right In friendship true and strong Until the earth In its rebirth Shall sing our song Shall sing our song WORLD'S TO EXPLORE There are so many worlds to explore There are so many worlds to explore All you need to do is open the door And let your spirit soar There's a world or yourself when your all alone There's a world of yourself when you're just at home There's a world of friends so true But there's a world of others too There's a world that is best, it's the out-of-doors. You can never tell just what's in store For there's beauty, rest and solitude That fills you full of gratitude The things that make the world so nice The birds and trees are just a slice And what people will sacrifice

To make this world a paradise. YONDER LIES THE WORLD BEFORE US 1. Yonder lies the world before us Land and sea and lofty mountains Powerful wings unfold and bear us O'er the earth and all its fountains Sister guides hard is the toil that waits us We must strive all the world to leaven Tho the sky be dark with storm clouds We will put our trust in heaven (CHORUS) Our noble standard the golden trefoil We'll proudly raise to heaven above We'll face the future with joy end courage And build a new world with our love. 2. Glorious songs awake and banish Sleep, for we too long have slumbered . Right shall triumph, wrong shall vanish And the days of wrath are numbered Sister guides, ours is now the task to greet it Greet the day now to us so fast returning O'er the earth's dark rim the rays strike In the east the clouds are burning CHORUS 3. Truth alone shall be our duty And with joy are hearts are ringing We will fill the world with beauty We will fill the world with singing Sister Guides. rise, for now the Lord hath called us To go forth joyfully to build his dwelling Let us rouse the weary hearted To a glory past all telling. CHORUS

YOU GOTTA SING 1. You gotta sing when the spirit says sing You gotta sing when the spirit says sing When the spirit says sing, you gotta sing right along You gotta sing when the spirit says sing 2. You gotta shout... 3. You gotta play... 4. You gotta hum... 5. You gotta sing... ROUNDS AMERICA (tune of Rose) America, America, ask not what she can do for you, Rather ask what you can do, for America. CHAIRS TO MEND Mackerel, fresh mackerel Chairs to mend. old chairs to mend Any old rags, any old rags EZEKIEL Ezekiel saw* two wheels a roIlin' Way in the middle of the air. . A wheel within a wheel a rollin' . Way in the middle of the air. One wheel ran by faith The other ran by the grace of God. A wheel within a wheel a rollin' Way in the middle of the air. FARE THEE WELL

Fare the well Luck go with thee . When I'm far Remember me FROG ROUNDS Here the lively song of the frogs in yonder pond Kirk, Kirk, Kirk, Kirk, Kirk, Kirk Brrrr-rum GIRL SCOUTS GOODBYE ROUND [tune: Farmer in the Dell] O come and sing a song Before we go our way . If you're a GirI Scout you'll soon find out We'll meet another day. HELLO Hello! Hello! Hello! Hello! We are glad to meet you We are glad to greet you Hello! Hello! Hello! Hello.! [lnternationaI Version] Bonjour, Hola. Gutentag, Kaneecheewah We are glad to meet you We are glad to greet you Bonjour, Hola, Gutentag, Kaneecheewah HEY HO! Hey, ho! nobody home Meat nor drink nor money have I none Yet I will be happy . THE LAME CRANE

My Dame had a lame tame crane My Dame had a crane that was lame Oh, pray gentle Jane, let my Dame's lame tame crane Drink and come home again MAKE NEW FRIENDS Make new friends but keep the old. One is silver and the other gold. Friends like you are one of a kind. Very special but hard to find. Friends are real and friends are true If you love them they’ll Iove you too So good friend wherever you may roam, You'll be welcome in my heart and home. New made friends Iike new made wine With age will mellow and refine A circle's round it has no end That's how long I’ll be your friend. MORNING IS COME Morning is come, Night is away Rise with the sun And welcome the day MUSIC ALONE SHALL LIVE All things shall perish from under the sky Music alone shall live [REPEAT 2 MORE TlMES] Never to die. PARTNERS

You and me, we're gonna be partners. You and me. we're gonna be pals. You and me, we're gonna be partners, Buddies and pals, buddies and pals. PRODIGAL SON I shall arise and go unto my. father. And shall say unto him, Father I have sinned Against heaven and before you, And am no more worthy to be called your son." RAINDROP ROUND Toompa toompa rain upon the tent top Toompa toompa Falling in the night Plunk plunk dropping from the treetop Plunk plunk dropping in the night Pitter patter pitter patter falling softly Pitter patter pitter patter in the night. A RAM SAM SAM . A ram Sam Sam, A ram Sam Sam, Guli, guli, guli. guile, guile, ram Sam Sam. A ram Sam Sam, A ram Sam Sam, Guile, guile,. guile, guile, guile, ram Sam Sam. A ra fi, a ra fi, guile, guile, guile, guile, guile, ram Sam Sam. A ra fi, a ra fi, guile, guiI, guile, guile, guile, ram Sam Sam. RISE Up. O FLAME . Rise up, o flame

By thy light glowing Show to us beauty Vision and joy ROSE Rose, rose, rose, rose. * WiIl I ever see thee wed? I will marry at thy will. sire, At thy will. Peace, peace, peace, peace. The answer in one word is peace. Peace shall come through understanding. Peace, peace, peace. . Love, love, Iove, love. . The Gospel in one word is love. Love thy neighbor, as thy brother. Love, love, love. ROSE [2nd version] Rose, rose, rose, rose. . Will I ever see thee wed? I will marry at thy will, sire, At thy will. Hey ho, nobody home, Meat nor drink nor money have I none. Yet I will be very merry' Hey ho nobody home. Ah poor bird, wing your fight, High above the sorrows of this sad night. SCOTLAND.'S BURNING Scotland’s burning, Scotland’s burning Lookout,

lookout Fire, fire, fire, fire Pour on water, pour on water SHALOM CHAVERIM Shalom Chaverim, Shalom Chaverim Shalom, Shalom Le hit ra to, Le hit ra to Shalom , Shalom VINE AND FIG TREE And everyone . neath this vine and fig tree Shall live in peace and unafraid. [repeat]. And into plowshares turn their swords. Nations shall learn war no more. [repeat] VIVA LA MUSICA Viva viva La musica Viva viva viva La musica Viva la musica WHENE'ER YOU MAKE A PROMISE Whene'er you make a promise Consider well its importance. And when made, Engrave it upon your heart. WHIPPOORWILL Gone to bed is the setting sun. * Night is falling and day is done. Whippoorwill, whippoorwill has just begun. WHIIE CORAL BELLS

White coral bells Upon a slender stalk Lilies of the valley Line my garden walk. Oh how I wish that I could hear them ring But that will happen only When the fairies sing. WHITE SANDS AND GREY SANDS White sands and grey sands.. Who will buy my white sands? Who will buy my grey sands? ZUM GALl GALl Zum gali gali gali, Zum gali gali Zum gali gali gali, Zum gaIi gaIi . Hachalutz Ie man avodah, Avodah Ie man hechaIutz GRACEDS . BACK OF THE BREAD Back of the bread is the flour And back of the flour is the mill And back of the mill is the sun and the rain And the Father's will. BENEATH THESE T ALL GREEN TREES WE STAND Beneath these tall green trees we stand, Asking blessing from thy hand, Praise to thee, our God above, For thy help and strength and love.

BOARD IS SPREAD [Morning] [Noontime] is here The board is spread. Thanks be to God Who gives us bread. [Evening] COME GOOD GIRL SCOUTS (A GRACE SUNG TO THE TUNE OF JESUS LOVES ME) . Come good Girl Scouts Bow your heads Thank the Lord for this good bread Reverent GirI Scouts we will be Accept our thanks Oh Lord, from thee FOR HEALTH AND STRENGTH . For health and strength and daily bread We praise thy name, oh Lord. . GOD HAS CREATED A NEW DAY God has created a new day, . Silver and green and gold. Live that the sunset may find us, Worthy His gift to hold. GOD MADE God mad the sun God made the trees God made the mountains And God made me Thank you God For making the sun

The trees For making the mountains And for making me. GOD OUR FATHER (tune- Brother John) God, our Father, God, our Father Once again, once again We shall ask thy blessing We shall ask thy blessing Amen, Amen HARK TO THE CHIMES Hark to the chimes, come bow thy head. We thank thee, God, for this good bread. IF WE HAVE EARNED If we have earned the right to eat this bread, Happy indeed are we. But if unmerited thou gives to us, May we more thankful be. INDIAN GRACE May the great white spirit (Hands circle above head) In the future . (Hands extended in front) As in the past (hands extended back) Fill our hearts (hands cross chest) With much (roll hands) And great joy (pound fists on one another) JAMAICAN CHANT GRACE CHORUS Hearts and minds and voices all give thanks. Chanter: For this food... . . CHORUS Chanter: For friends and families...

CHORUS Chanter: For earth and sky.... CHORUS JOHNNY APPLESEED The Lord is good to me and so I thank the Lord For giving me the things I need The sun and the rain and the appleseed. The Lord is good to me. For every seed I sow I know a tree will grow And soon there'll be apples there For everyone to share The Lord is good to me The Lord is good to me I wake up every morning, as happy as can be. Because I know that with his care The appleseed will still be there The Lord is good to me. LORD OF LIFE (tune- Make New Friends) Lord of life the fountainhead By thy hands we must be fed As we bow in gratitude Lord, we thank thee for this food . LORD WE THANK THEE . Lord we thank thee. Lord we thank thee. Once again, Once again, We will ask thy blessing. We will ask thy blessing. A-men. A-men.

MARINERS WE (tune-Taps) Mariners we, gay and free as the sun sinks beyond sail and sea Shipmates true, loyal crew, .. We leave you. NEATH THESE T ALL GREEN TREES Neath these tall green trees we stand Asking blessings from your hand Thanks we give to you above For your help and strength and Iove. RUNNING OVER Running over , running over My cup is full and running over When God sees me he's as happy as can be My cup is full and running over. SCOTTISH GRACE . Some have meat and cannot eat it And some have none that want it But we have meat and we can eat And so the Lord we thank you. THANKS BE TO GOD [tune: Windy] Thanks be to God the Father Almighty. Thanks be to God who gives us this bread. Thanks be to God the Spirit Eternal. Thanks be to God forever. TRAVELERS GRACE

We thank thee for all our daily bread We thank thee for all our friends so true For field and flowers and mountains high The endless space of the sky so bIue WAYFARERS GRACE For all the glory of the way, For thy protection night and . day, For rooftree, fire, and bed and board, For friends and home, we thank thee, Lord. WE THANK THEE We thank thee for the morning light For rest and shelter of the night For health and food, for love and friends For everything Thy goodness sends WORLD HUNGER GRACE For food in a world where many walk in hunger For faith in a world where many walk in fear, For friends in a world where many walk alone, We give you humble thanks, oh Lord.
ALIVE, ALERT, AWAKE I'm alive, awake, alert, enthusiastic I'm alive, awake, alert, enthusiastic, I'm alive, awake, alert, I'm alert, awake, alive, I'm alive, awake, alert, enthusiastic. A-RAM-SAM-SAM (Round) (Morocco) A-ram-sam-sam, A-ram-sam-sam, Goolie, goolie, goolie, goolie, goolie, ram-sam-sam. A-ram-sam-sam, A-ram-sam-sam, Goolie, goolie, goolie, goolie, goolie, ram-sam-sam. A rafi, a rafi, Goolie, goolie, goolie, goolie, goolie ram-sam-sam. A rafi, a rafi, Goolie, goolie, goolie, goolie, goolie ram-sam-sam. ASH GROVE, (Welsh) Down yonder, green valley, where streamlets me-ander When twilight is fading, I pensive-ly rove.

Or at the bright noontide, in solitude wander A - mid the dark shades of the lonely Ash Grove. 'Tis there, where the blackbird is cheerfully singing, Each warbler en-chants with his note from the tree. Ah, then little think I of sorrow or sadness, The Ash Grove, en-chanting, spells beauty for me. The Ash Grove, how graceful, how plainly 'tis speaking, The harp thro' it playing has language for me. When-ever the light, thro' its branches is breaking, A host of kind faces is gazing on me. The friends of my childhood a-gain are be-fore me, Each step wakes a mem'ry as freely I roam. With soft whispers laden, i'ts leaves rustle o'er me, The Ash Grove, the Ash Grove, a-lone is my home. My laughter is over, my steps lose their lightness Old countryside measures steal soft on my ear. I only remember the past and it's brightness, The dear ones I mourn for again gather here. From out of the shadows their loving looks greet me, And wistfully searching the leafy green dome. I find other faces fond, bending to greet me, The Ash Grove, the Ash Grove, alone is my home BABY DUCK Wasn't it a bit of luck that I was born a baby duck, With yellow socks and yellow shoes That I may go wherever I choose, Quack... quack... quack, quack, quack..... yeah ducks!

BARGES
Out of my window looking in the night, I can see those barges flickering light Silently flows the river to the sea And the barges do go silently CHORUS Barges , I would like to go with you I would like to sail the ocean blue. Barges, have you treasure in your hold Do you fight with pirates brave and bold? (BARGES continued) Out of my window looking in the night, I can see those barges flickering light. Starboard shines green and port is glowing red I can see those barges up ahead. CHORUS How my heart longs to sail away with you As you sail across the ocean blue But I must stay behind my window clear, As I watch you sail away from here. CHORUS (MORE VERSES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST)

BATS EAT BUGS CHORUS Bats eat bugs, they don't eat people Bats eat bugs, they don't fly in your hair. Bats eat bugs, they eat insects for dinner, That's why they're flying up there. Coyotes eat rabbits, they don't eat people Coyotes eat rabbits, 'cuz you're too big to bite, Coyotes eat rabbits, they eat rabbits for dinner, That's why they're out there in the night.CHORUS Snakes eat mice, they don't eat people Snakes eat mice, that's why they're on the ground, Snakes eat mice, 'cuz you're too big to swallow, So they don't want you hanging around. CHORUS Bears eat berries, they don't eat people, Bears eat berries, they don't eat you or me, Bears eat berries, but they'll steal your dinner, So you'd better hang it high in a tree. CHORUS Nothing out ther want to eat you, Nothing out there wants to make you it's meal. Nothing out there eats people for dinner, 'Cuz they know how sick they would feel. CHORUS

BED IS TOO SMALL
Bed is too small for my tired-ness Give me a hill topped with trees Tuck a cloud up under my chin

Lord , blow the smoke out please
Rock me to sleep in a cradle of dreams, Sing me a lullaby of leaves. Tuck a cloud up under my chin, Lord, blow the smoke out please BLACK SOCKS (2-parts) Black socks, they never get dirty,Black socks The longer you wear them, the blacker they get; Someday, I think I shall launder them, But something keeps telling me, Don't do it yet, not yet. (One group repeats "not yet" while other group sings verse) BOOM CHICKA BOOM (Repeat song) I said a boom chicka boom I said a boom chicka boom I said a boom chicka rocka , chicka rocka, chicka boom Ah huh, Oh ya, One more time…. (Change voices and style for each time) (examples = louder, softer,faster, underwater, martian, valley girl)

BUDDIES AND PALS (ROUND)
You and me, we’re gonna be partners You and me, we’re gonna be pals You and me, we’re gonna be partners Buddies and pals. From now on… Till the end… You and me… CELEBRATION Life is for living, and love is for giving, And joy is for passing a-round. Join hands with each other, and love one another, And let's let the music abound. Life is too short to waste it on gloom. Chances for love slip away so soon. So join hands with each other, and love one an-other, And let's cele-brate this new day. CHAIRS TO MEND (Round Chairs to mend, old chairs to mend, || Mackerel, fresh mackerel, Any old rags, any old rags. CHARMIN' BETSY CHORUS: All around the mountain, Charmin' Betsy...Betsy All around the mountain, Laura Lee; If I never see you again, May the good Lord re-member me. Yeehah! Now city girls, they wear those high heel shoes, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls wear old hiking boots But they get there just the same. CHORUS Now city girls, they wear those fancy dresses, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls wear bib overalls But they get there just the same. CHORUS Now city girls, they wear those lacy bras, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls just let it all hang out But they get there just the same. CHORUS Now country girls, they wear those bathing suits, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls wear nothing at all But they get there just the same. CHORUS Now, country girls, they drive them fancy cars, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls just hop on a horse But they get there just the same. Now city girls, they use those flush toilets, Country girls, they use the same; CHORUS

Mountain girls find an old friendly bush But they get there just the same. CHORUS Now, city girls, they use that French perfume, Country girls, they do the same; Mountain girls go au natural

But they get there just the same.
DONA NOBIS PACEM (ROUND) Do - na, no - bis, pa - cem, pac - em Do - na, no - bis, pa - cem. Do - na, no - bis, pa - cem, Do - na, no - bII, pa - cem. Do - na, no - bis, pa - cem, Do - na, no - bi, pa - cem DONA DONA On a wagon bound for market, There's a calf with a mourn-ful eye. High a-bove him there's a swallow, Winging swiftly through the sky. CHORUS: How the winds are laughing. They laugh with all their might. Laugh and laugh the whole day through And half the summer's night. Dona-dona dona, dona dona... dona, Dona, dona, doe ----na doe. Dona, dona, dona... dona, Dona, dona, do-na doe. Stop complaining" said the farmer, Who told you a calf to be Why don't you have wings to fly with? Like the swallow so proud and free." Calves are easily bound and slaughtered, Never knowing the reason why. But who-ever treasures freedom, Like the swallow, has learned to fly. CHORUS When you're young and when you're lively, Like the swallow you learn to fly. When you're old and when you're weary, Like the calf you must learn to die. CHORUS DOWN ON THE BANKS Down on the banks of the Hanky Panky Where the bullfrogs jump from bank to banky With an eeeps, oppps, ohpps, ooopps An epp sop a diddle and a cling clank DUM DUM DA Dum dum da da Dum dum da da

CHORUS

Dum dum, da da da da (repeat) MOVEMENTS 1. Knees, knees, cross shoulder, tap twice. Knees, knees, cross shoulder, tap twice Knees, knees, cross shoulder, tap twice 2. Knees, shoulder, knees, shoulder, Knees, cross, knees, snap 3. Wrist, shoulder, cross, other arm out Wrist, shoulder, cross, other arm out 4. Clap, snap right, clap, snap left EPPO (Round ) Eppo ee ti ti aa oh, eppo ee ti ti aa oh; Eppo ee ti ti, eppo ee tookie tookie Eppo ee tookie tookie aa oh. EACH CAMPFIRE LIGHTS Each campfire lights a-new, The flame of friendship true, The joys we've had in knowing you, Will last our whole life through. And as the embers die away, We wish that we might ever stay, But since we cannot have our way, We'll come again some other day. And now that we must part, I'll keep you in my heart, Un-til we meet a-gain, God be with you, my friend. EVENING STAR (Round ) Evening, evening,... star... star, Here we go swinging and here we go singing on Evening, evening,... star... star, EZEKIEL (Round ) E-zekiel saw two wheels a-rolling, Way in the middle of the air. A wheel within a wheel a-rolling, Way in the middle of the air. Now one wheel ran by faith, The other ran by the grace of God, A wheel within a wheel a-rolling, Way in the middle of the air FLICKER OF THE CAMPFIRE Flicker of the campfire, wind in the pines Stars in the heaven, a moon that shines A place where people gather, with friends of all kinds A place where all man’s troubles, are always left behind So give me the light of the campfire, warm and bright, And give me some friends to sing with, I’ll be here all night. For love is for those who find it, I found mine right here Just you and I and the campfire And the songs we love to hear. Da, da da, da da da da da da da da da ( repeat ) FRENCH CATHEDRALS (round) Or-le-ans, Beau-gen-cy,

(Or-lay -wn, Bow-shawn-say) No-tre Dame de Cle-ry (No-tra-da-ma, day-clare-ay) Ven-do-me, Ven-do-me (Von-doe-ma, Von-doe- ma)

FRIENDSHIP IS
Friendship is a shining thing, a steady beam of light A lantern on a lonely street, a song far in the night D A smile, the touch of a loving hand, an outpost on the hill, And oh, what a hap-py little child, bringing home a daffo-dil. Friendship is a binding tie, of one soul to an-other, The gentle tender relationship, of a child to father & mother; Raindrops sparkling on an autumn leaf, A quiet moment on a hill, And, oh, what a hap-py little child, bringing home a daffo-dil. Friendship is a loving thing, it adds to life a glow, The feeling that a little fawn has for the doe; Comfort in the time of need, the moon shining on the hill, And, oh what a happy little child, bringing home a daffo-dil. Friendship is a happy thought, a warmness in your heart, Friends are those who understand, & friends will never part; For two people very much in love, in a life that's never still, And, oh, what a happy little child, bringing home a daffo-dil. Friendship is a flowering thing That grows throughout the years Nou-rished by our thoughtful deeds, our mem'ries & our tears; It may be fragile at the start, but a life it can fulfill And, oh , what a happy little child, bringing home a daffodil (MORE VERSES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST)

FROG ROUND
Here the lively song of the frogs in yonder pond Krik, krik, krikity krik, brrrrump

GAK GOON
Gak goon went the little green frog one day Gak goon went the little green frog Gak goon went the little green frog one day And his eyes went glunk, glunk, glunk GIRL SCOUT SPIRIT I've got that Girl Scout Spirit up in my head I've got it up in my head, I've got it up in my head. I've got that Girl Scout Spirit up in my head, I've got it up in my head to stay. (Deep in my heart) (Down in my knees) (All over me) I've got that Girl Scout Spirit up in my head I've got it deep in my heart, I've got it down in my knees. I've got that Girl Scout Spirit all over me, I've got it all over me to stay.

GIRL SCOUTS TOGETHER
Girls Scouts together, that is our song Winding the old trails, rocky and long Learning our motto, living our creed Girl Scouts together in every good deed Girl Scouts together, happy are we Friendly to neighbors, far o’er the sea Faithful to country, loyal to home Known as true Girl Scouts wherever we roam.

GREEN TREES (all 3 songs are sung in a row)
Green trees around us, blue sky above Friends all around us, in a world filled with love Taps sounding softly, hearts beating true As we all say, goodnight to you

TAPS
Day is done, gone the sun From the lakes, from the hills, from the sky All is well, safely rest, God is nigh

CANADIAN TAPS
Come we all, say goodnight As the shadows still cling to the edge of night With each burning dying ember, There are friendships to remember As we sing, one last good night Goodnight, goodnight

HELLO (round)
Hello, hello, hello, hello , We are glad to meet you We are glad to greet you, Hello, hello, hello, hello HEY HO NOBODY HOME (round - sing w/Rose) Hey ho, nobody home, Meat nor drink nor money have I none Still I will be merry, Hey ho, nobody home HO YOUNG RIDER (round) Ho, young rider, apple-cheeked one, Whither riding? On your steed so black and prancing, wither riding? What matters where I ride? Slovak mountains are my pride, Dusha moya, dusha moya. Hey! Ho, young rider, apple-cheeked one, whither roaming? On your steed so black and prancing, wither roaming? What matters where I roam? Slovak mountains are my home,

Dusha moya, dusha moya. Hey! HORSEY, HORSEY (2 part song) Part 1) I'd like to take a horse and buggyI'd like to take a horse and buggy As I go riding through the town; I like to hear old Dobbin's clip-clop, I like to feel the wheels go round. Part 2) Horsey, horsey, on your way; We've been to-gether for many a day; So let your tail go swish as the wheels go round; Giddy up! We're homeward bound. Horsey, horsey, don't you stop; Just let your feet go clippety-clop; And let your tail go swish as the wheels go round; Giddy up! We're homeward bound. ·Horsey Horsey enters here.

I AM
I am the mountain, I am the sky I am the swallow, I fly and fly I am the meadow, I nurse the lamb I am the river, Iam , I am I am the ocean, I rush to shore I shall be restless, forever more I am the tall tree, I shade the land I am the wild wid, I am, I am We’re bound together, this world and me I am a part of, the things I see I am of nature, it is of me I’m of my maker, I am, I am I KNOW A PLACE (can be sung with Flicker) I know a place, where no one ever goes, There’s peace and quite, beauty and repose It’s hidden in a valley, beside a mountain stream And lying there beside the stream I find that I can dream Only of things of beauty to the eye, Snow peaked mountains towering to the sky Now I know, that God has made this world for me

One can imagine, herself as in a dream Climbing a mountain or down a small ravine. The beauty of this peace and quit evermore shall stay To make this place a haven, each and every day Oh how I wish, I never had to leave And all my life, such beauty to receive

Now I know, that God has made this world for me. (MORE VERSES UPON REQUEST)

I’M PROUD TO BE ME
I’m proud to be me , but I also see ,you’re just as proud to be you We may look at things a bit differently, but lots of good people do It’s just human nature so why should I hate you For being as human as I We’ll live and let live and we’ll get as we give And we’ll all get along if we try. I’m proud to be me but I also see, You’re just as proud to be you, it’s true You’re just as proud to be you!

JAIME BOY
CHORUSJamie boy, Jamie boy, I see you walkin’ by the water the water the shining blue water my Jamie boy, Jaime boy, I see you walkin’ all alone Why are you walkin’ all alone Somebody, should be walkin’ with Jamie boy Should be talkin’ with Jamie boy, somebody I know Doo ba, doo ba, doo ba, doo ba CHORUS Somebody, is so eager to walk with you ….(talk w/you) Somebody I know…..doo ba etc. CHORUS Can’t you see, who is eager to walk with you…(talk w/you)etc CHORUS It is I, who is eager to walk with you, and is eager to talk with you I love you so……doo ba…etc KUM BA YAH Kum ba yah, my Lord, Kum ba yah, Kum ba yah, my Lord, Kum ba yah, Kum ba yah, my Lord, Kum ba yah, Oh, Lord, Kum ba yah 2.) Someone's cryin' Lord 3.) Someone's singin' Lord, 4.) Someone's prayin' Lord ETC

LINGER
MMM I want to ling, MMM a little longer MMM a little longer here with you MMM it’s such a lovely night, MMM it doesn’t seem quite right MMM that this should beour last with you . MMM when comes September, MMM we will remember MMM our camping(scouting) days and friendships true

MMM MMM MMM MMM

ans as the years go by, MMM we’ll think of you and sigh this is goodnight and not goodbye I want to linger, MMM a little longer I little longer here with you

LISTEN TO THE EARTH (Round ||) Listen to the earth, it's singing to me. Hear all nature's har-mo-ny. Waterfalls and raindrops, wind and sea, These are the songs of the earth to me. LITTLE BELLS OF WESTMINSTER (Round || ) The little bells // of Westminster Go ding, dong, ding dong dong. LITTLE MAN Little man, nine years old, left along the road. I am but a little girl, come to share your load. CHORUS: And I won't cry if you don't, I won't sigh if you won't. I can trust if you can, So hold my hand, little man. Little man, nine years old, someone's turned you out. I've been alone since I was nine, I know what life's about. CHORUS Little man, nine years old, darkness frightens you. I'll protect you from the dark, though it scares me too. CHORUS Little man, nine years old, lie here on my knee. I've been alone since I was nine, you're friend enough for me. CHORUS

LITTLE PIECE OF TIN
I’m a little piece of tin, nobody knows what shape I’m in Got four wheels and a running board, I’m not a Chevy & I’m not a Ford Honk, honk, rattle , rattle, crash, beep beep Honk, honk, rattle , rattle, crash, beep beep Honk honk (use hand motions- especially for the honk honk…part)

MAGIC MELODY Here I stand, all a-lone upon a hill so high Gazing at the sky as clouds drift by, And I hear a melo-dy from my heart. Leaves sing too, echo-ing my lovely melo-dy, Of my longing to be free to roam, In the sunlight of to-day and al-ways. Where I choose, in the heather by the restless sea, This is the magic song my heart sets free. I'm in love with the world, I'm in love with the world.

Rain may fall, all around me and the sky shows gray, Come again, my melody to say, I can see the rainbow smiling at me. Bright hues there, splendor painted on an arch of blue, And the morning sun beats through to say, Follow me to find the trea-sures of life. All the way, yet an-other path an-other day, Filled with promise and my magic song, in love with the world, I'm in love with the world, I'm in love with the world. MAKE NEW FRIENDS (4 Part Round Make new friends, but || keep the old One is silver and the other gold. A circle's round, it has no end, That's how long I want to be your friend. New-made friends, like new-made wine, Age and mellow with the passage of time. MARY'S LULLABY (Round | Sing your lullaby to the world, It's a || happy song, you know. For the children need their sleep... to grow. Softly as the people sleep,The moon moves through the sky, As she sings to us all, her lullaby, Her lullaby, her lullaby. MOON ON THE MEADOW Moon on the meadow, bugs in our ears Smoke in our eyes, wet wood and tears; Up on the meadow, water somewhere, We were the only ones there. Wild Horse to Slushie, Dry Lakes and Peaks, Finding the love that everyone seeks; Wind on the meadow, sunsets and stars, Just finding out who we are. We will return here one lucky day, Our hearts will guide us, they know the way. People in cities don't understand, Falling in love with the land. Moon on the meadow, bugs in our ears. Smoke in our eyes, wet wood and tears; Up on the meadow, water somewhere, With you, my friend, I am there. MY HIGH SILK (Tune: Funiculi, Funicula)

One day as I was riding on the subway, My high silk hat, my high silk hat, I laid it on the seat beside me, My high silk hat, my high silk hat.

A big fat lady came and sat upon it, My high silk hat, my high silk hat, A big fat lady came and sat upon it, My high silk hat, my high silk hat. Goodness, gracious, now what ya think o'that, A big fat lady sat upon my hat. My hat she broke, now it's no joke, My hat she broke, now it's no joke. Christpher Co-lombo, now what ya think o' that! MY PADDLE'S KEEN AND BRIGHT (Canoe Round || ) My paddle's keen and bright, flashing like silver,A Swift as the wild goose flies, Dip, dip and swing. || Dip, dip and swing her back, flashing like silver, Swift as the wild goose flies, Dip, dip and swing. (Enter : flashing like silver... My paddle's NOMA Round | ) A noma, noma, noma hey, a noma Kelly Kay A noma, noma, noma hey, a noma Kelly Kay. | Sergeant Major noma hey, a noma Kelly Kay. Sergeant Major noma Hey, a noma Kelly Kay OH POOR BIRD (round sung with Rose + Hey Ho) Oh poor bird, why art thou? Flying in the shadows at this dark hour ON MY HONOR CHORUS: On my honor, I will try There's a duty to be done and I say "I"; There's a reason here for a reason above, My honor is to try and my duty is love. People don't need to know my name, If I've done any wrong, then I'm to blame. If I've helped another, then I've helped me If I've opened up my eyes to see. CHORUS I've tucked away a song or two, If you're feeling low, there's one for you; If you need a friend, then I will come, And there's many more where I come from. CHORUS Come with me where a fire burns bright, We can even see better by a candle's light. And we find more meaning in a campfire's glow Than we'd ever learn in a year or so. CHORUS We've made a promise to always keep And we sing "Day is done" be-fore we sleep; We'll be Girl Scouts together and when we're gone...

We'll still be trying and singing this song.

CHORUS

ON THE LOOSE CHORUS: On the loose to climb a mountain, On the loose where I am free; On the loose to live my life ,The way I think my life should be. For I've only got a moment , And the whole world yet to see. I'll be looking for to-morrow on the loose. Have you ever seen the sunrise turn the sky completely red? Have you slept beneath the moon and stars, A pine bough for your head? you sit & talk with friends, though a word is never said? Then you're just like me 'n you've been on the loose. There's a trail that I'll be hiking, just to see where it might go, Many places yet to visit, many people yet to know; For in following my dreams, I will learn and I will grow. On a trail that's waiting out there on the loose. CHORUS So in search of love & laughter, I'll be traveling cross this land Never sure of where I'm going, for I haven't any plan; So in time when you are ready, come & join me, take my hand And to-gether we'll share life out on the loose. CHORUS

OUR CABANA SONG 'Neath the grand Sierra Madre, on a plain in Mexico Lies our beautiful Cabana where Girl Scouts and Guides go. Oh, come, then, to see the mountains, The cactus (grasslands) and sunny skies; Hear the crickets in the evening & see the white moon a-rise. When you see the warm, red roofs, You think of hearts that glow with cheer, And the walls of sturdy stonework Stand for friendship so dear. Each day, there, is filled with laughter, Each evening is filled with song, And our stay in our Cabana Gives us memories life-long. When we go to our Cabana, We shall find ourselves at home; There's a greeting smile so friendly And a handshake so warm. So come, now, to our Cabana, World friendship to increase, And carry to our homeland International peace. OUR CHALET SONG High up, high on the moun-tain, we've found-ed Our Cha-let, High up, high on the moun-tain, we've found-ed Our Cha-let. Its sloping roof and wide shall shelter us without a care, And each Girl Scout and Guide, shall find a wel-come there. High up, high on the mountain, we'll go to Our Cha-let, High up, high on the mountain, we'll go to Our Cha-let.

Our simple life is free, our hearts are light, our songs are gay We ever shall remem-ber the joys of Our Cha-let. High up, high on the mountain, we've founded Our Chalet. High up, high on the mountain, we've founded Our Chalet. And this, its dedication shall never fail nor be undone; Each race, each creed, each nation, be-neath its roof, are one. PEACE OF THE RIVER Peace, I ask of thee, O River, peace, peace, peace, When I learn to live serenely, cares will cease. From the hills I gather courage, visions of the day to be, Strength to lead and faith to follow, all are given unto me Peace, I ask of thee, O River, peace, peace, peace. PIZZA HUT A Pizza Hut, a Pizza Hut, Ken-tucky Fried Chicken and a Pizza Hut, A Pizza Hut, a Pizza Hut, Ken-tucky Fried Chicken and a Pizza Hut. Mc-Donalds, Mc-Donalds, Ken-tucky Fried Chicken and a Pizza Hut, Mc-Donalds, Mc-Donalds, Ken-tucky Fried Chicken and a Pizza Hut. A Taco Bell, a Taco Bell, El Pollo Loco and a Taco Bell. A Taco Bell, a Taco Bell, El Pollo Loco and a Taco Bell. Carl's Junior, Carl's Junior, El Pollo Loco and a Taco Bell, Carl's Junior, Carl's Junior, El Pollo Loco and a Taco Bell. A Burger King, a Burger King, A Jack-in the-Box and a Burger King. A Burger King, A Burger King, A Jack-in the-Box and a Burger King. A Wendy's, a Wendy's, A Jack-in-the box and a Burger King. A Wendy's, a Wendy's, A Jack-in-the-Box and a Burger King. A Circle K, a Circle K, A 7-11 and a Circle K. A Circle K, a Circle K, A 7-11 and a Circle K. A Sizzler, a Sizzler, A 7-11 and a Circle K, A Sizzler, a sizzler, A 7-11 and a Circle K. RISE UP OLD FLAME (8-part Round | ) Rise up old flame, by thy light glowing.A Show to us beauty, vision and joy. ROSE ROSE (sung w/Hey Ho,Oh Poor Bird, etc.) Rose, Rose, Rose, Rose, will I ever see thee wed? I will marry at my will, sire, at my will. ROSEN FRA FUHN (Danish) (4-Part Round || ) Rosen fra fuhn, || Rosen fra// fuhn,Rosen fra fuhn, || Rosen fra fuhn, (Roses from Fuhn- home of Hans Christian Andersen) RAGTIME COWBOY JOE Way out west where the bad men are, And the only thing to guide you is the evening star; There's the roughest, toughest man by far, He's the ragtime cowboy, Joe. He always sings, ragtime music to the cattle As he swings, back and forth in his saddle On a horse (pretty good horse), a sincopated gater,

And it sets a funny meter to the roar of his re-peater; As they run (look at them run) You can hear the people calling 'Cause the western folk all know (What do they know?) He's a high falootin' rootin' tootin son of a gun from Arizona, He's some cowboy, talk about your cowboy, Ragtime Cowboy Joe. SARASPONDA SARASPONDA (Spinning Song) (2-PART) (Sing Boom-da with verse to represent the spinning wheel) Sara-sponda, Sarasponda, Sara-sponda, Ret-set-set, Sara-sponda, Sarasponda, Sara-sponda, Ret-set-set, Ah - do - ray - oh! Ah - do - ray - boom - day - oh! Ah do ray boom - day ret - set - set! Aw - say - paw - say - oh. Hey! 1/2 group sings song, 1/2 group sing repeats boom-da Switch SHAKE A FRIEND'S HAND Shake a friend's hand, shake a hand next to you Shake a friend's hand and sing La La; Shake a friend's hand, shake a hand next to you, Shake a friend's hand and sing... Sing SAY WHEN Say when... will we ever meet again? Say when... will we ever meet again? Say when... will we ever meet again? Say when, my friend, say when. Say where... and I'll meet you right there, Say where... and I'll meet you right there, Say where... and I'll meet you right there, Say where, my friend, say where. Say why... do we have to say goodby? Say why... do we have to say goodby? Say why... do we have to say goodby? Say why, my friend, say why.

Say when... will we ever meet again? Say where... and I'll meet you right there, Say why... do we have to say goodby? Say when, say where, say why.

SCHERMAN’S SONG
Where the cactus meets the mountains & the mountains touch the sky, And the sky’s the bluest blue that it can be. Where a million stars like diamonds smile on campfires burning low, And the moon’s so bright, with just its light, to guide you, you can see.

CHORUS
Well the road’s a little dusty and the trees a trifle few, But the beauty’s there in the fresh clear air, And the friendships that you knew. The freedom of the forest lets your soul breathe deep and long, And a part of me will always be here, Singing Scherman’s song. (SCHERMAN’S SONG…..continued) Where the pine trees smell like butterscotch, And the thunder greets the rain, You can feel the joy of living everyday. Where the peacefulness and solitude, In the memories that you share, Give you strength to face the time When it’s goodbye we’ll have to say …CHORUS SHINAMINY (2 Part) Shinaminy dinaminy dash nee coo qwee qwio qwee qwio, Shinaminy dinaminy dash nee coo qwee qwio qwee qwio, Ohio neemo, oh shinaminy oompa, Ohio neemo, oh shinaminy oompa. (1/2 group sings verse, 1/2 repeats "oompah, oompah..." then switch parts SINGING IN THE RAIN I'm singing in the rain, just singing in the rain, What a glorious feeling, I'm ... Chee-chee, cha-cha, chee-chee, cha-cha, Cchee-chee, cha-cha, Wheee!! Chee-chee, cha-cha, chee-chee, cha-cha, Chee-chee, cha-cha, I'm... Singing in the rain, just singing in the rain,What a glorious feeling, I’m Thumbs up..(repeat all movement directions one by one. chee-chee-cha-cha chorus Thumbs up, shoulders back.. chee-chee chorus Thumbs up, shoulders back, buns out, chee-chee chorus Thumbs up, shoulders back, buns out, knees together, chee-chee chorus Thumbs up, shoulders back, buns out, knees together, toes together, che- chee chorus Thumbs up, shoulders back, buns out, knees together, toes together, head down, chee-chee chorus Thumbs up, shoulders back, buns out, knees together, toes together, head down, tongue out, chee-chee chorus

SING SING TOGETHER (round)
Sing , sing, together, merrily, merrily sing Sing , sing, together, merrily, merrily sing Sing, sing, sing, sing

SIX LITTLE DUCKS Six little ducks that I once knew, Fat ones, skinny ones, fair ones too. But the one little duck with the feather on his back, He led the others with his quack, quack, quack, Quack, quack, quack... quack, quack, quack, He led the others with his quack, quack, quack. Down to the river they would go, Wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble, to and fro, But the one little duck with the feather on his back, He rules the others with his quack, quack, quack, Quack, quack, quack, quack, quack, quack, He rules the others with his quack, quack, quack. SNAP CRACKLE POP Snap now, snap now, snap's the sound, You gotta have snap or the world's not round. I snap, you snap, we snap, they snap, SNAP! ---- ---- Makes the world go round. I like crackle that crispy sound, You gotta have crackle or the clock's not wound. Geese cackle, feathers tickle, boys are fickle, have a pickle, ---- CRACKLE! ---- Makes the world go round. Pop now, pop now, pop's the sound, You gotta have pop or the world's not round. Orange pop, lemon pop, lime pop, grape pop, ---- ---- POP! Makes the world go round. (3 groups sing three verses together) STREETS, THE (sung w/Rose, Hey Ho) The streets are very dirty, my shoes are very thin. I have a little pocket to put a penny in. If you haven't got a penny, a hay penny will do, If you haven't got a hay penny, then God bless you. SUITORS AT MY DOOR There are suitors at my door, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, Six or eight or even more, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, And my father wants me wed, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, Or at least that's what he said, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, CHORUS: O-lay-o-la, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, O-lay-o-la, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, O-lay-o-la, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, O-lay-o-la, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a,

And I told him that I will, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, When the rivers run uphill, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, Or when fish begin to fly, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, Or the day before I die, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, CHORUS And I left home the very next day, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, For at home I could not stay, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, And someday I'll find my love, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, He'll be sent from heaven above, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a .CHORUS And I searched the world a-round, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, My true love at last I found, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, And we'll live most happi-ly, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a, In our cottage by the sea, O-a-lay-o-ba-ki-a. CHORUS SWINGING ALONG (2 parts) Part 1 Swinging along the open road Swinging along under a sky that's clear, Swinging along the open road, All in the fall, in the fall of the year, Swinging a-long, swinging along, Swinging a-long the open road, All in the fall of the year. (SWINGING ALONG…Part 2) Swinging along ...the open road, Under a sky that's clear, Swinging ... along the open road, In the fall of the year. Swinging a-long, swinging along, Swinging a-long the open road, All in the fall of the year. TENDER SHEPHERD (round) Tender shepherd, tender shepherd, , Let me help you count your sheep One in the meadow, two in the garden Three in the nursery fast a sleep Tender shepherd, tender shepherd Let me help you fall asleep One close your eyes, and, two say your prayers And, Three safe and tenderly fall asleep

THE HILLS (round)
The hills and their glorious height, surround us by day and by night Sing praise to the hills THE PRINCESS PAT (ECHO EACH LINE) The Princess Pat (echo)....Light infantry ( or lived in a tree)

She sailed a-cross ......... The Seven Seas She sailed across ........... The Channel, too And she took with her .........A Rick-of-Bam-boo. A Rick-of-Bamboo ....... Now what is that? It's something made ....... By the Princess Pat It's red and gold ....... And purple too That's why it's called ....... A Rick-of-Bam-boo. Now Captain Jack … …..Had a mighty fine crew He sailed a-cross ....... The Channel, too. But his ship sank ....... And yours will too If you don’t take …….A Rick-of-Bam-boo.

TIGER IN MY CLOSET
There's a tiger in my closet, Mommy look and see There's a tiger in my closet, peeping out at me. His nose is cotton candy, his eyes are gumdrop red, He says he wants to play with me, Why must I go to bed? His color is green & purple, his teeth are long & white, He says he'll teach me how to roar, Why must I say good-night? If I could play with him a-while, I know he'd treat me right; Cause he protects me while I sleep He’s my friend at night Repeat first verse WALK, SHEPHERDESS, WALK Walk, shepherdess, walk, and I'll walk, too To find the ram with the ebony horn and the gold-footed ewe. The lamb with the fleece of silver, like summer sea foam; And the weather with the crystal bell that leads them all home. So, walk, shepherdess, walk, and I'll walk, too. And if we never find them, I shan't mind, shall you?.

WEARING MY LONG, WINGED FEATHERS (round) Wearing my long, winged feathers as I fly, Wearing my long, winged feathers as I fly, I circle around, I circle around The boundaries of the Earth, the boundaries of the sky. WHEN E'ER YOU MAKE A PROMISE (4 pt Round || ) When e'er you make a promise, || Con-sider well it's im-portance; And when made, en-grave it upon your heart. WHITE CORAL BELLS (Round) White coral bells, upon a slender stalk, Lilies of the valley deck my garden walk. Oh, don't you wish that you could hear them ring?

That will happen only when the fairies sing.

WHITE SANDS AND GRAY SANDS (round)
White sands and gray sands, Who will buy my white sands , Who will buy my gray sands?

GRACES
ALLELUJAH (Round) Allelujah, Allelujah A---men, A---men. BACK OF THE BREAD (MILL) Back of the bread is the flour, and back of the flour is the mill; And back of the mill is the sun and the rain And the Father's will. BE PRESENT Be present at our table, Lord ,be here and everywhere I go; His mercies bless and grant that we May learn to live and die for thee. BLESS THIS FOOD Tune: Row, Row, Row Your Boat) Bless, bless, bless this food Bless all present here! And help us now to spread Your love, To people far and near. BOARD IS SPREAD (Morning) (Noontime) (Evening) is here, the board is spread Thanks be to God, who gives us bread (For this good bread). BOUNTY GRACE (Tune: Auld Lang Syne) For all the bounty He provides, Let us give Him thanks and praise; Let's keep Him always in our hearts, As we live our Girl Scout days. FATHER ALMIGHTYFATHER ALMIGHTY (Tune: Windy) Thanks be to God, the Father Almighty Thanks be to God who gives us our bread, Thanks be to God, the Spirit Eternal, Thanks be to God forever. FOR HEALTH AND STRENGTH (Round) For health and strength and daily bread We praise Thy name, O Lord. (Spanish) Te damos gracias, oh, Senor (We give you thanks, oh Sir) Por este pan de hoy. (For the bread of today) GOD HAS CREATED A NEW DAY God has created a new day Silver and green and gold; Live that the sunset may find us, Worthy his gift to hold. GOD IS GREAT (Tune: Rock Around the Clock) God is great, God is good, And we thank him for our food our food,

We're going to thank Him morning, noon and night,\ We're going to thank you, Lord, you're out of sight. Amen... shshsh.. Amen...shshsh, Amen... shshsh...Amen. GOD OUR FATHER (Round) (Tune: Frere Jaques) God our Father, God our Father, Thanks we give, thanks we give, For Thy many blessing, for Thy many blessings, Amen. Amen. GELOBET (German) Gelobet sei, Gelobet sei, Der Herr mein Gott. Gelobet sei, Gelobet sei, Der Herr mein Gott. Gelobet, Gelobet, Gelobet sei, Der Herr mein Gott. GRACIAS SENOR Allelu, allelu, allelu, alleluia, Gracias Senior. Allelu, allelu, allelu, alleluia, Gracias Senor. Gracias Senor, alleluia, Gracias Senor, alleluia, Gracias Senor, alleluia, Gracias Senor. HARK TO THE CHIMES Hark to the chimes, come bow your head. We thank thee, Lord, for this good bread. IF WE HAVE EARNED THE RIGHT If we have earned the right to eat this bread, Happy indeed are we; But, if unmerited, Thou gives to us, May we more thankful be.

JOHNNY APPLESEED
Oh, the Lord is good to me, and so I thank the Lord For giving me the things I need, The sun & the rain & the apple seed The Lord is good to me JUBILATE DEO (Round) Ju bi la te De o, Ju bi la te De o, Al le lu jah.

'NEATH THESE TALL GREEN TREES
Neath these tall green trees we stand Asking blessing from Thy hand. Thanks we give to Thee above, For Thy help and strength and love. OOMPA GRACE (Stamp, clap) Thank you Lord for giving us food,Thank you Lord for giving us food, Thank you Lord for giving us food, Right where we stand. (Turn in circles, wave hands in air) Oompa, oompa, oom pa pa, Oompa, oompa, oom pa pa, Oompa, oompa, oom pa pa, Right where we stand... Let's eat!

HEAVENLY FATHER (Tune: Are You Sleeping)
Heavenly Father, Heavenly Father , once again, once again We will ask thy blessing, we will ask thy blessing , Amen, Amen

SCOTTISH GRACE
Some have meat, and cannot eat, and some have nay that want it But we have meat, and we can eat, And so the Lord we thanketh

WAYFARER’S GRACE
For all the glory of the way, For thy protection night and day For roof, tree, fire, and bed and board, For friends and home, we thank Thee Lord WE THANK THEE LORD (tune: Yankee Doodle) We thank Thee Lord for happy hearts, For rain and sunny weather We thank Thee Lord, for this, our food, And that we are together.

Goin’ on a Bear Hunt REFRAIN: Goin on a bear hunt (repeat) I'm not afraid (repeat) Got a real good friend (children hug each other during this part...repeat) By my side (repeat) Oh, Oh (repeat) What do I see? (repeat) REFRAIN Oh look! It's some tall grass! (repeat) Can't go over it (repeat) Can't go under it (repeat) Can't go around it (repeat) Got to go through it (repeat... Make motions with arms like you are clearing a way thru grass) REFRAIN Oh look! It's a tall tree.(repeat) Can't go over it (repeat) Can't go under it (repeat) Can't go through it (repeat) Got to climb up it (Repeat and pretend to climb up the tree) REFRAIN Oh look! It's a wide river. (repeat) Can't go over it (repeat) Can't go under it (repeat) Can't go through it (repeat) Got to swim across it. (Repeat and pretend to swim.) REFRAIN Oh look! A deep, dark cave. (repeat) Can't go over it

(repeat) Can't go under it (repeat) Can't go through it (repeat) Got to go in it. (repeat, close eyes as you pretend to enter the cave) Oh, oh! It's dark in here. (repeat) I feel something (repeat) It has lots of hair! (repeat) It has sharp teeth! (repeat) It's a bear!! (children love to scream this part) (At this point, increase the speed of your thigh slapping and swim back through the river, back up and down the tree, back through the tall grass, till you get safely home and lock the door.) I'm not afraid! (Repeat) Do Your Ears Hang Low? Do your ears hang low? Do they wobble to and fro? Can you tie them in a knot? Can you tie them in a bow? Can you throw them o'er your shoulder Like a Continental Soldier? Do your ears hang low? Do your ears hang high? Do they reach up to the sky? Do they wrinkle when they're wet? Do they straighten when they're dry? Can you wave them at your neighbor With an element of flavor? Do your ears hang high? Do your ears hang wide? Do they flap from side to side? Do they wave in the breeze From the slightest little sneeze? Can you soar above the nation With a feeling of elevation? Do your ears hang wide? Do your ears fall off When you give a great big cough? Do they lie there on the ground Or bounce up at every sound? Can you stick them in your pocket Just like Davy Crocket? Do your ears fall off? Does your tongue hang down? Does it flop all around? Can you tie it in a knot? Can you tie it in a bow? Can you throw it o'er your shoulder Like a Continental Soldier? Does your tongue hang down? Does your nose hang low? Does it wiggle to and fro? Can you tie it in a knot? Can you tie it in a bow? Can you throw it o'er your shoulder Like a Continental Soldier? Does your nose hang low? Do your eyes pop out? Do they bounce all about? Can you tie them in a knot? Can you tie them in a bow? Can you throw them o'er your shoulder Like a Continental Soldier? Do your eyes pop out? Baby Bumble Bee I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee, Won't my mommy be so proud of me, (Cup hands together as if holding bee) I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee, Ouch! It stung me! (Shake hands as if just stung) I'm squishing up the baby bumblebee, Won't my mommy be so proud of me, ('Squish' bee between palms of hands) I'm squishing up a baby bumblebee, Ooh! It's yucky! (Open up hands to look at 'mess') I'm wiping off the baby bumblebee, Won't my mommy be so proud of me, (Wipe hands off on shirt) I'm wiping off the baby bumblebee, Now my mommy won't be mad at me! (Hold hands up to show they are clean) If All the Raindrops If all the raindrops Were lemon drops and gumdrops Oh, what a rain that would be! Standing outside, with my mouth open wide Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah If all the raindrops Were lemon drops and gumdrops Oh, what a rain that would be! If all the snowflakes Were candy bars and milkshakes Oh, what a snow that would be! Standing outside, with my mouth open wide Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah If all the snowflakes Were candy bars and milkshakes Oh, what a snow that would be! If all the sunbeams Were bubblegum and ice cream Oh, what a sun that would be! Standing outside, with my mouth open wide Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah If all the sunbeams Were bubblegum and ice cream Oh, what a sun that would be! There Was an Old Lady There was an old lady who swallowed a fly. I dunno why she

swallowed that fly, Perhaps she'll die. There was an old lady who swallowed a spider, That wriggled and jiggled and wiggled inside her. She swallowed the spider to catch the fly. But I dunno why she swallowed that fly - Perhaps she'll die. There was an old lady who swallowed a bird; How absurd, to swallow a bird! She swallowed the bird to catch the spider That wriggled and jiggled and wiggled inside her. She swallowed the spider to catch the fly. But I dunno why she swallowed that fly - Perhaps she'll die There was an old lady who swallowed a cat. Imagine that, she swallowed a cat. She swallowed the cat to catch the bird . . . She swallowed the bird to catch the spider That wriggled and jiggled and wiggled inside her. She swallowed the spider to catch the fly. But I dunno why she swallowed that fly Perhaps she'll die There was an old lady who swallowed a dog. What a hog! To swallow a dog! She swallowed the dog to catch the cat. She swallowed the cat to catch the bird . . . She swallowed the bird to catch the spider That wriggled and jiggled and wiggled inside her. She swallowed the spider to catch the fly. But I dunno why she swallowed that fly Perhaps she'll die. There was an old lady who swallowed a goat. Just opened her throat and swallowed a goat! She swallowed the goat to catch the dog . . . The swallowed the dog to catch the cat. She swallowed the cat to catch the bird . . . She swallowed the bird to catch the spider That wriggled and jiggled and wiggled inside her. She swallowed the spider to catch the fly. But I dunno why she swallowed that fly Perhaps she'll die. There was an old lady who swallowed a horse She's dead, of course. Down By the Bay Down by the bay Where the watermelons grow Back to my home I dare not go For if I do My mother will say "Did you ever see a bear Combing his hair Down by the bay?" Down by the bay Where the watermelons grow Back to my home I dare not go For if I do My mother will say "Did you ever see a bee With a sunburned knee Down by the bay?" Down by the bay Where the watermelons grow Back to my home I dare not go For if I do My mother will say "Did you ever see a moose Kissing a goose Down by the bay?" Down by the bay Where the watermelons grow Back to my home I dare not go For if I do My mother will say "Did you ever see a whale With a polka dot tail Down by the bay?" John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt His name is my name, too! Whenever we go out, The people always shout There goes John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt! Da da da da da da da (Repeat verse again, more quietly, but shout loudly on the "There goes John..." line) (Repeat verse again, whispering, but shout loudly on the "There goes John..." line) Kookaburra Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree Merry, merry king of the bush is he Laugh, Kookaburra! Laugh, Kookaburra! Gay your life must be Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree Eating all the gum drops he can see Stop, Kookaburra! Stop, Kookaburra! Leave some there for me Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree Counting all the monkeys he can see Stop, Kookaburra! Stop, Kookaburra! That's not a monkey that's me Kookaburra sits on a rusty nail Gets a boo-boo in his tail Cry, Kookaburra! Cry, kookaburra! Oh how life can be The Lightning Bug The lightning bug, The lightning bug, I'll bet you didn't know How

much the fairies love him, 'Cause he's their radio. The lightning bug, The lightning bug, The fairies' radio. The bumblebee, The bumblebee, How swiftly he can sail. He is the fairies' postman, Deliv'ring all the mail. The bumblebee, The bumblebee, Deliv'ring fairy mail. The butterfly, The butterfly, She flutters through the air. She is the fairies' airplane; They ride her everywhere. The butterfly, The butterfly, They ride her everywhere. My Little Red Wagon Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon Havin' so much fun Here come my friends in their little red wagons Here come my friends in their little red wagons Here come my friends in their little red wagons Havin' so much fun Pull me around in my little red wagon Pull me around in my little red wagon Pull me around in my little red wagon Havin' so much fun Turn the corner in my little red wagon Turn the corner in my little red wagon Turn the corner in my little red wagon Havin' so much fun Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon Havin' so much fun We're having so much fun!
The Lunches My Mama Packs for Me Mothball meatballs Monday, As stinky as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. Toasted toenails Tuesday, As crunchy as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. Worm wontons on Wednesday, As wriggly as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. Thistle soup on Thursday, As prickly as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. Frozen frogs' legs Friday As chilly as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. Sardine stew on Saturday, As fishy as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. Sauteed slugs on Sunday, As slimy as can be, That's the kind of lunches My Mama packs for me. One Wide River to Cross Old Noah built himself an ark, There's one wide river to cross! He built it out of hickory bark, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN: There's one wide river, And that wide river is Jordan, There's one wide river, There's one wide river to cross. The animals went in one by one, There's one wide river to cross! The elephant, who weighed a ton, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN The animals went in two by two, There's one wide river to cross! The donkey and the kangaroo, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN The animals went in three by three, There's one wide river to cross! The hippo and a mouse and flea, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN The animals went in four by four, There's one wide river to cross! You should have heard the lions roar, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN The animals went in five by five, There's one wide river to cross! The bumblebee, he brought his hive, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN When Noah found he had no sail, There's one wide river to cross! He made one from his old coat tail, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN And as they talked of this and that, There's one wide river to cross! The ark it bumped on Arrarat, There's one wide river to cross! REFRAIN

Playmate Say, say, oh playmate, Come out and play with me And bring your dollies three Climb up my apple tree Shout down my rain barrel Slide down my cellar door And we'll be jolly friends Forever more more more more more Say, say, oh playmate I cannot play with you My dolly's got the flu Boo hoo hoo hoo hoo hoo Ain't got no rain barrel Ain't got no cellar door But we'll be jolly friends Forever more more more more more On Top of My Pizza Tune: On Top of Old Smokey On top of my pizza All

covered with sauce Could not find the mushrooms I think they got lost I looked in the closet I looked in the sink I looked in the cup that Held my cola drink I looked in the saucepan Right under the lid No matter where I looked Those mushrooms stayed hid Next time you make pizza I’m begging you, please Do not give me mushrooms But just plain old cheese Over in the Meadow Over in the meadow, In the sand in the sun Lived an old mother toadie And her little toadie one "Wink!" said the mother; "I wink!" said the one, So they winked and they blinked In the sand in the sun Over in the meadow, Where the stream runs blue Lived an old