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you don't have to be a professional singer or the campfire songs. and learning to sing and lead songs is an important part of your patrol and troop program. Song Leading Relax. Select your songs in advance and be sure you know them ease. choose one that is simple and known by the group. Try an old favorite as a warmerfirst upper. Ranging from songs for gay moments to those for quieter times. good songfest is a part of most campfire programs. Songs are a natural for troop meetings. hikes. The songs in this book are the kind Scouts are singing every day at camp. For the well song you lead. With practice you can develop director of a symphony to lead a style of your own. well enough to teach them with . Use simple deliberate up-and-down motions with one or both hands to fit the beat or the words. A Songs will create enthusiasm and set a mood for your meetings. troop meetings. and on hikes. they are the favorites of Scouts and Scouters across America.Singing is fun. camping trips. or when you and your buddies are simply working together. Around a blazing campfire you and your fellow Scouts will enjoy singing most.

stop the song. so everyone will get the feel it To teach a song. but a group shouting make noise will soon get out of control. sing of it. You will receive too many suggestions and become confused. instrumental background will help. Close meetings. At campfires. The way you feel will soon catch on with the group you are leading. campfires. .Set the pitch for songs by humming or singing the first few bars. If you pitch your song too high or too low. As the fire dies down. get the correct pitch. It can learn new songs in advance and put them across when to organize a singing taught to the troop. through a couple of times so the boys have a chance to learn the words and tune.and start over. even if it is provided by only a single instrument such as a harmonica or guitar. Loud singing a song to in good spirit is fine. sing quiet songs. This will make a nucleus for a good song session. Then try quietly singing it together. or songfests with songs that have a patriotic or inspirational flavor. Never ask the group what song they would like to sing. follow the fire as you lead songs. Lasting impressions will be made as boys quietly sing a favorite closing song. Try group group in your troop. Get the correct pitch and the whole group will sing easily. Guitar chords are An shown for each song. Be enthusiastic and wear a smile as you lead songs. Begin with lively songs while the flames leap high.

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an - y-thing that F. ? How do you do?— C P— P.How Do You Do? I ^j'''»ii-i I C J J J-IJ . Mis-ter . .1 ^m ^^ sbi . ' ' j' J j' I J J^ J ^ F. ? How do vou do? Substitute name of person being honored in place of dotted lines. How do vou do Mis-ter . —We'll— do I the best we can —Stand by you I . . ' ^^ C Is there F. bK I J' ! n )i 1' > . . like a C C F ** I F i J' J J Z==K fi' \ S man. ' we can do for you? fjV 1 ' '" . .^ How do you do. . } } p ^^.

Hel hel . to greet you.Hello! Hello! Kev:EFlat. each sings one Hello and holds it through to the completion of the full chord. meet you. Let this night be the best. hel - lo. your heart. ^^ We're glad ^ # # t - Ii^ lo. May all your troubles be forgot. We're Here for Fun Tune: "Auld Lang Syne" We're here for fun right from the So drop your dignity! Just laugh and sing with all start. lo.lo. hel - lo. Sing the middle part in unison. . And show your loyalty. lo. ^ ^ Jnl eI> ^^ Hel - ^J #-i- f Hel .b - rg We're glad to ^ J Hel . Time: 4/4 Divide the singers into four groups.lo. Join in the songs we sing tonight. Be happy with the rest.

i we're 1 1 i here. We'll stand as one (We'll stand as one). Tune: "Sweet Adeline" Time: 4/4 Boys use Dad. we're here.— r We're All Together Again.— O Dad O' Mine Key: B Flat. Copyrijihted title used by permission of M. ^ i all to -geth - er a- i i ^ D7 5 here. Witmark and Sons.' ^ ? we'll i be sing-ing G f — ^ ^ # . we're knows when ^ all £ c t - j^^ geth - to er a- gain. v/ith Lad. . Each night and day (Each night and day).: . # All to-geth-er a-gain. And who ^ G gain. We're Here m i i 7E i all } to - J geth - J er J a We're m m 4 gain. Dear Dad o' mine (Dear Lad o' mine).— D E We're we're here. Fathers echo Dad o' mine (0 Lad o' mine). always say (I'll always say). I'll Dad o' mine (0 Lad o' mine). N. we're here.Y. You're the best friend in the world. In rain or shine (In rain or shine).

And I know that you know. The more we get together. The more we get together. together. The more we get together. together.The More We Get Together Tune: "Ach Du Lieber Augustine" Key of F The more we get together. The more we get together. together. And my friends are your friends. the happier we'll be. together. know. my friends. The more we get together. the happier For your friends are we'll be. the happier we'll be. the happier For you know that I we'll be. 8 .

etc. etc. oh! There goes the last one! Group: Oh-h-h! Very loud wailing No wood pigeons. Leader: Another has returned! Loud cheers Two wood pigeons. I i^ sit - J' . One wood pigeon. etc. a i i tree. . Leader: Look! One has returned! Joyfully Group: Ah-h! One wood pigeon. Three wood eons ting Leader: Look! One has flown away? Group: Oh! Wailing Two wood two wood pigeons. More rapidly Leader: Hurray! The third one has returned! Tremendous cheers Three wood pigeons. wood pig -eons.tiioxm Three Wood Pigeons S E three m ^r ^ ^ Three wood M ^ ^ pig - pig -eons. no wood pigeons. Leader: Look! Another has flown! Group: Oh-h-h! Louder wailing pigeons. oh. etc. etc. etc. Leader: Oh. Rapidly and enthusiastically Variation: Three persons may represent the pigeons and "fly" in or out vjith comical antics. on . one wood pigeon.

Everyone stands up And marched them down Everyone sits down again. John Brown's baby had a cold upon its chest. And when you're down. each time getting faster. 10 . And when you're Everyone up up. Motions 1st time— sing straight through 2d time baby — omit singing "baby" and substitute motion of rocking 3d time— omit 4th ''cold" and substitute a coughing sound time— same as third only substitute striking chest for ''chest" 5th time— same as fourth only omit last line and rub chest The Grand Old Duke of York Tune: "A-Hunting We Will Go" of York.. you're down. you're up. Everyone down And When you're only halfw^ay up. He marched them up the hill. The grand old Duke He had ten thousand men. All up All down Repeat several times. Everyone halfway up You're niether up nor down. And they rubbed it up with camphorated oil. John Brown's baby had a cold upon its chest.John Brown's Baby Tune: "John Brown's Body" John Brown's baby had a cold upon its chest.

. shirt. spell out first four letters and clap the "0". like ravioli. it's the best for me. OH-h-h-h-h Ravioli. Ravioli. spell out first three letters and clap the "G" and "0". Leader: All: On my chin? I On you chin.) I new word All: Ravioli. All: Yes. third time. second time. it's the best for me. shoes. it's all over. And Bing - was his name 0. walls. Sing song through six times. got it on my chin? you got on your chin. It is repeated by the chorus and all preceding verses are sung in reverse order. Ravioli. ^^ G - 0. Point to the items (Continue as each tie. like ravioli. it Leader: Have All: Yes. the first time ju^t spelling out thv name B-I-N-G-0. Leader: Is it all it's all over? over. pants. Leader: Yes. it's I the best for me. 11 . I like ravioli. is added by the song leader. B I - - N LJ - G 0.o.Ravioli Tune: "Alouette" A//. floor. Ravioli. B - I - ^^ - N G 0. until all five letters are clapped out. etc. Bingo i ^ n - There was a farm - er had a dog ^ r - And ^l-4r—J-Fr was his r - Bing name. Ravioli.

) is das here. mm G7 Mf der ± school. Das is mine sweat browser. topnotcher. or stamp feet. Try as many verses as you want. For example: of your head as you sing topnotcher. boom-boom! . G7 1 ^ '^ ^ Top-notch-er. Chorus (Repeat after each I verse. Continue singing and add another part of your body for each verse and repeat others. point to the proper part of it your body when you mention to the top in the song. G7 i t is Das C mine <f>^ p e M M P learned in c top-notch-er. going backward from last list item to first. bang on tables. ^^ boom-boom! Dat'swot I As you Point sing this action-fun song. vas learned in der school.ma _ dear. Sweat browser.c/ajD hands. ya mama dear. For the boom — boom.I Points to Mineself G7 $ I FT^ F points to F ^ i: r is mine-self. ya mama dear. top-notch-er. Dat's wot 12 I points to mineself. u^ing the below. ya mac ma dear. vas das here. ya C ma .

Repeat chorus. Point to Sing Top of head Topnotcher Brow Sweat browser Eye Eye winker Nose Horn blower Mustache Soup strainer Mouth Lunch eater Chin Chin chowser Neck Rubber necker Chest Chest protector Tummy Foot Breadbasket Foot stomper 13 .

all the Whoa.^ 1 C ^ # the moun-tain. 14 . back!. the end of the sixth stanza you say Yum. scratch!. yum!. repeat sounds and gestures of all preceding stanzas. She'll be com-ing 'round the moun-tain. hack!. I . She'll be Q . hoo!" Pull do wyi on imagiyiary whis tie cord She'll be drivin' six white horses When she comes. °' D7 J i| | 1 J i s^. Babe!.— 1 She'll Be Comin' the Mountain Novelty arrangement 'Round in italics $i She'll be i •—# 4 y. "Whoa. —^ i '^s^^ # com-ing 'round the moun-tain when she comes ^ G 9 ^ G W com-ing 'round the moun-tain when she comes — . "Whoo. She'll be comin' 'round the When she comes. Woo. motions. Following the last singing of each stanza. Hack. She'll be m ^ ^ — . Sing each stanza and make appropriate gestures three times. Hi. For example: At Scratch. —f—iJ j JJ i com-ing 'round She'll be C com-ing round the moun-tain when she comes. back!" Pull back on reins. hoo! and go through mountain twice.

etc. sirai/ing on the refrain and doing tfie appropriate motions for each rerse. left And. 15 . \\ Tra ' ^ ' I r"f la. 3. "Scratch. Tra la la la la la h 1. we'll all to fight. And we'll kill the old red rooster When she comes. etc. la la la. And we'll wear our bright red woollies When she comes. "HI. and left and right. scratch!" Scratch ribs. And up and down. "Yum. hack!" Chopping motion with right hand. yum!" Rub stoynach. la la la la la r I ^' ^"^ la la la. palm front. II la la la la (Sing the refrain at the beginning (tnd after each rerse. and left and right. Babe!" Wave nght hand. and left and right. Tra. "Hack.) 2.- go out to meet her When she comes. La Swiss (Refrain) Tra m rf i ^ Tra I s la la la la la f la la la. And up and down. etc. And in and out. and left and right. And in and out. La. And we'll all have chicken 'n' dumplings When she comes.

Clap-clap For following and motiojis.^ If You're Happy Ab ^ If i - vou re hap —^ pv ^^ and you m =— — ^^ I ^/ '' \ * ^ l^k know it clap your hands- 1' r r .py hap and Ab t? if you know ^ it If you're t clap t your F f- ~ — Db If • r If g you're I r M' F to m Mf m ^^ J hands hap-py and you Ab t J r r ought ^ show it ^ r If ^ you're I know it Then you real-ly Ab i2=r=F n I E^ ¥ I' A. If you're happy and you know it. If you're happy and you know Clap your hands. repeat first verse and substitute neiv words happy and you know it. If you're it. Clap your hands. Then you really ought to show it. Stamp-stamp 16 . I I hap - py and you know it your hands. Clap-clap If you're happy and you know it. Stamp your feet. Clap your hands. Clap-clap happy and you know it.b r clap ''i. If you're verses.

J If you're happy and you know it. Keep moving. J' t ^ 2. one thumb. And we'll all be happy and gay. one thumb. Keep ^-J- J -ing. Do all stamp-stamp.— And we'll all be hap-py and One finger. 17 . Keep i' M' ^ (^Atp mov - J ing. you're happy and you three. 3. one hand. One Thumb t ^ 0- ^ One ^' I t •0 0- ^ one J hand. Repeat three times. > > fin - > mov ger. Two arms 5. 7. Shout If HOORAY! know it. raising arms. One leg 6. Add in turn: One arm 4. Keep f ing. two hands. One fin-ger. one hand. NOTE Words are accompaiiied by }}i()ti<)}is irith Ji)i(/er. l mov One r one thumb. one hand. standing-up and sifting-doioi actions. M fin-ger. tJiunib. Two legs Stand up— sit down Turn around 8. Clap-clap. HOORAY! One ^ # rj)-"'^ Finger. one thumb. stamping foot. j'^' j' J j'j' 1 ^ gay. hand.

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Repeat chorus. One day a little fat boy came walking in the store. Mister Johnnie Verbeck. How could you be so mean? I told you you'd be sorry For inventing that machine. Repeat chorus. One day the machine got busted and the blamed thing wouldn't go. The boy began and he whistled up a tune. 19 . She gave the crank an awful yank and Johnnie Verbeck was meat. He bought a pound of sausage and piled to whistle them on the floor. to For they'll be ground sausages In Johnnie Verbeck's machine. she had a nightmare and walking in her sleep. His wife. All the neighbors' cats and dogs Will never more be seen. he climbed inside it to see what made so. So Johnnie Verbeck. And all the little sausages went dancing 'round the room.Chorus Oh.

Picking up paw-paws. put 'em in a basket. put 'em in a basket.m ^ Where. Way down yonder in the paw-paw patch. and let's go find her. Come along. put 'em in a basket. boys. Repeat chorus. Picking up paw-paws. J' E where ^ Su - Where. Come along. and let's go find her. She's a queen of old Hawaii. She's a queen of old Hawaii. I oh oh is sie? ^^ Eb Where. She's a queen of old Hawaii. # oh ^^ Eb where is Su - sie? m Eb * I the i paw-paw patch. boys. Paw-Paw Patch h > is > Su - oh where sie? ^>^''i- J' J' ^ where. and let's go find her. Come along. Way down yonder in the paw-paw patch. Way down yon-der in Chorus Picking up paw-paws. Way down yonder in the paw-paw patch. oh # where. Repeat chorus. oh where. 20 . boys.

Pick a jr ^S bale Oh. Repeat chorus. pick-a. pick-a. and Alan Lomax. pick-a. Way down yonder in the paw-paw patch. Lor-dy. pick-a.^ j^ a day na i ^ ^ I' turn a round. Folkways Music Publishers. Inc. pick a bale a day. J'- J - J i j'jij'ji).» r )I fi f ! of f ^m cot-ton Oh. turn a-round. Me and Me and Me and Me and Gonna Gonna Gonna Gonna my wife's gonna pick a bale of cotton. 21 . Lor-dy. She can teach you how to hulu. Repeat chorus.She can teach you how to hulu. Gon-na . pick-a. my wife's gonna pick a bale a day. pick-a. my wife's gonna pick a bale of cotton. pick-a. Pick a Bale of Cotton Negro work song ytj. Pick ^ <S. pick-a. pick a bale of cotton.i ji a bale J'- jump down. pick-a. pick-a. pick-a. Pick a bale ^ •r. a day. pick a bale of cotton. pick-a. Pick a bale of cot-ton. my wife's gonna pick a bale a day. pick-a. Used by permission. Copyright 1936. She can teach you how to hulu.Y. pick a bale a day.. pick-a. Collected and adapted by John A. pick-a. N. > Gon - IJ jump J down.

22 .=5. men." F P There "men. Ja-a. Ja-a. F men.Three Jolly Fishermen te ? There F E were G7 F three jol ^m ? men. zik. } (!J>^ } j i j' ^m fish - G7 n men. The The third one's third one's name was Ja-a-cob. Abra. name was Ja-a-cob. G7 ^^m fish - er There F. i' ^ "Fish - } er. name was Abraham. zik. zik. etc. ham. > fish - j er". I-I. F ^' ^' i>' were three ' jol - f ly If fish - r er I'' men i)'J \l } ^ fish - } er". ham. etc. men. I-I. # f^=^ f g "Fish-er. ham. I-I-saac. Abra. s=s. cub. The second The second one's one's name was name was I-I-saac. etc. were three jol - ly er The The first one's one's first name was Abraham. "men. cub. cub. f J men.

Variation: to to Amsterdam. cho. to Jericho. men.They They all all went up went up to Jericho. sh. sh. is Saturday! Payday. Amsterdam. Very softly and sing Variation: Divide into groups. have each group rise one day's menu. Sunday! Church. Camp Menu Song F F. etc. etc. etc. I should say! is is is is Today Today Today Today Today Wednesday! Sou-oop.^iji. (f. Jer-i. Amster.j To-day F is i J j^-jiijiiJ^'iJ is J ^^ F h I Mon-day! To-day Mon-day! Mon-day Hasenpfeffer! F. sh. etc. cho. cho. and for Abraham. etc. Thursday! Roast Friday! Fish. Isaac. Hasenpfeffer.' J I I I J I I Ev-'ry. fisher this Have one group shout Amsterdam. sing this song. Jer-i. everybody happy? Well. 23 . should say! As you named. and a second group shout men. Monday. add a day each time until all days are Today is Tuesday! Tuesday. string beans.. etc.bo-dy hap - py? Well. They should have gone They should have gone Amster. beef.' J^ . C7 I i i . Repeat Jacob. Jericho. men. Fisher.

the win-dow. ' win-dow. the C7 I ^s F F . ^. C7 - — 3 ^^^ # got there the 5=5=4: # When she cup-board was bare.- ^5 I " C7 ^^ a bone. Substitute She threw it out the window/or last line of each rhyme and make thromng motions vnth arms. ^ h ^ Old Moth 3 rf er Hub-bard V to the cup-board to 3" m F get . She threw it out the win-dow. z=z > J - i N r=s z=z went C7^ J^ ^.^ Throw It Out the Window ^ ^ . F She C7 wf threw p it f out m the m win - dow. . 3 ^^ she got there a^ ^ the her poor dog 3 When C7 Q C7 • — ^-^ FF=^ — cup-board was bare. She threw F h \ it out the I win-dow. Ji ^ f i . Sing as a group song using a new Mother Goose rhyme each time you repeat melody. 24 .

The window. fold arms.Mary had a little lamb. is another A team eliminated if it fails to start singing as soon as turn comes. did you 'ear about Harry? Strike chest. Variation: Divide the group into two or starts by singing a starts. Strike chest and back. Its fleece was white as snow And everywhere that Mary went She threw it out the window. the window. Touch ear. Hip! Hip! Hooray for the Army! 'ear — Raise fists for cheers. he knows how to wear a rose. Chester. And everywhere that Mary went She threw it out the window.'lapel. 25 . its more teams. He "chest" got back from 1 the Army. then fold arms. nose. Repeat four times. touch ears. As soon as one team finishes. O Chester! Tune: "Yankee Doodle" Sing through once without action. pat head. One team rhyme. acting out an additional line each time. She threw it out the window.

Ham and Eggs Tune: "Tammany" ^ i^ 'll Ham J and J eggs. up G7 side down. J j nice and brown. First group sings. Ham and eggs. First group sings. Second group sings. C7 . l i°- J i i i 111- J I J like J mine ji J fried F J I J like ji fried mine ^ ^ ^ Ham and eggs. Tap knees rapidly to imitate frying. Ham and eggs. Ham F g')'^ fi J p Ji p J p j l r Flip'em Flop'em Flop'em Flip'em Ham and eggs! Variation: Divide boys into two groups and sing a second time. ^ Ham F ^^ # and eggs. 26 . I like mine fried nice and brown. and eggs.

First group sings. Ham and eggs! Allsiyig. Flop 'em First group yells. Ham and eggs. Second group echoes.I like mine fried upside down. Flip 'em Second group yells. Second group yells. Ham and eggs. Flop 'em Second group yells. Flip 'em First group yells. 27 .

i and ^ swing Dip. and swing. pad-dies keen ^^ Flash-ing like ^ sil-ver. 28 . Some boys can sing throughout song $ J' dip. Swift as the wild goose Dip. } and j bright. dip. J dip. dip. flight.The Paddle Song D minor throughout song ^^' i ^ Our ^ J' \ }. and swing them back. Dip. ^^ Swift as the iE5 wild 9E goose • flight. Flashing like silver. dip. rE — r- f and 3 swing.

J none. \- !> They i r all g ^^ the how they I1'^-^ \ i wife. no - ho bod - y home. ^ Home c i^ ^ Fm n = Fm ^ Hi.—— Hi Ho! Nobody Three-part round . f — . J j' See how they run. # t=i —— ^ off ^^ with af-ter farm-er's She J' cut J' their tails a ^hr ^ J knife. C| meat nor drink nor P Yet Fm ^ mon-ey have Fm i^' f~i: will I rt be \r mer f Q n I I Three Blind Mice Key: D. ir ev - M er see J- F such a carv-ing Did you iSi sight J in J J life E Ij. J ^ II your As three blind mice? 29 . I c . . three blind mice. ^ A round Fm _^ . dj^Jsee iJ_ii run. Time: 6/8 m i D A7 D ^-^rd ' D continue pattern A7 - D ± ^^ ^ ± ^#7^ i p ran ^ \ S'i Three blind mice.

Fire. ^ eyitire song Row. Look 3. Fire. and others may imitate noise of fire equipment by shaking etc. Fire. Fire. ^frrh fyi^fH^l^\^-}\n. row your boat Gent down the stream. j l Mer-ri-ly. mer-ri-ly Life is but a dream. Variation: And we have no wa-ter. Row. ^ ^^m — it Lon-don's burn-ing. row. i cil. ^ ^^ ? ^ - i ly s. Row Your Boat A round One chord D m=^ i — * i^H * ^. tapping chair or table nith pen- Row. 30 . (C())ifi}iue <))(€ chord) Eb ^ [W Eb 2. Have part of group (very few) imitate sirens throughout the song. Lon-don's burning. mer-ri-ly. look it # — yon-der. '"[' r r i r ^^ yon-der. keys. mer-ri-ly.— London's Burning Three-part round # * m^ 1.

Are You Sleeping? A round Key: F . ' - f I r J i 1' 1 yr f I' f I ! ring-ing. ding ding dong! 31 . y''-^ r toot. row. fc3 toot. the . Broth-er John. Morn p B> p Morn-ing '' i' ' ^ S ing bells are i -tf* bells are ring-ing. chug. Ding ding dong. J ^ Are r r f you sleep-ing. $ ij i \ [ =i . ^ Off ^^ One chord entire song '' I we go. See the puff-er bel-lies Eb ^ in £ Ja Bt '7 }}. are you sleep-ing?Broth-er John. See sta-tion- i mas-ter * J * lit-tle E turn the han-dle m E^ Chug.Down ^' by the Station Eb I Lee Ricks — Slim Gaillard tz^za! gf)^^'^ -^ t 7^^ BY i the DOWN Eb THE STA Eb - TIOX ear-ly in ^ all $ ir i - 5 J- J' J- * lit-tle J- J' ^m J morn Bg ing.

I slipped and sprained my eyebrow on the pavement. * a- "s^. the ax. the pavement. 4 J J J n is I r J I? :^^^ boy's best friend his mo-ther. ^ will * wind the clock who G7 while I'm a- C i _79 way. on the ground. his mo-ther. a second-story window. f Go s ^p get way.! / . Oh.ly S The Horses Run Around m ^ ^ feet c E The hor - ^^ a ses run round. 32 . ^ hair ^ a there's a on ba - by's chest. While looking out the window. their i are E Oh.

N. She spanked him with a tingle. A good. Used by permission. old-fashioned girl with heart so true. who loves nobody else but you. a table. An onion. his brother. I Want a C Girl Key: I want a girl. just like the girl That married dear old Dad. the bright and sunny She kissed me in the eye with a tomato. is a husky vegetable. just because he has no hips.Go get the Listerine. in grandpa's wooden ocean. Willy wants a rub. leg. For grandma's teeth While walking moonlight. — renewed 1938 by Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. Copyright 1955. Oh. who cut the sleeves off father's vest. the ocean. just like the girl That married dear old Dad. fit baby. She was a pearl and the only girl That Daddy ever had. shingle. his vest. We feed the baby garlic so we find him in the dark. his middle. tomato. And he wears a necktie around his middle. who has built the shore so near the Go get the alcohol.. Oh. and made his panties Because he socked his little baby brother. A-peeking through the knothole. Used by 33 . in the moonlight. Copyrighted 1911 permission. will soon fit baby. From The XeirSi»i{j Feat. sister has a beau. One I want a girl. A snake's belt always slips.Y.

But none of more fame than a man by the name Of Ivan Skizavitzsky Skivar. Muscovite shouldered his gun And walked down the street with a sneer. He could sing like Caruso. team Was Ivan One day Skizavitzsky Skivar. quite the cream of the Muscovite bass. ^1 man am If they wanted a man to encourage the van. they would set up a shout. Or to harass the foe in the rear. u'lr And * f r - I I r ^ to nfear. For Abdul El Bul-Bul Ameer. "is existence so dull. to That you're anxious 34 end your career? . this bold "Young man. I Named Ab-dul El • # Bul-Bul A - meer. In fact.# Ivan Skizavitzsky Skivar i^)2 JlJ The sons ^^ of ^ — har - i dy the proph-et were and jv^ bold. to in There were heroes plenty and men known to fame. Or storm a redoubt. He was looking for fun when he happened to run Upon Abdul El Bul-Bul Ameer. quite un ac - cus-tomed i>J i'j' i j J J of ij all J J a 1 ^ ^ I But the brav-est was m told. both tenor and He could play on the Spanish guitar." said Bul-Bul. Who fought in the ranks of the Czar.

fi . fiddely-I-oh plunk! Fee-fi-fiddely-I-oh. And send your regrets to the Czar. know you have trod on the toe Of Abdul El Bul-Bul Ameer." I've Been Workin' on the Railroad I've been workin' on the railroad All the livelong day.. 35 . plunk! Fee . Strummin' on the old banjo. infidel. won't you blow your horn. plunk. fiddely-I-ohhh . . I've been workin' on the railroad Just to pass the time away. won't you blow your horn! in the kitchen Someone's Someone's Someone's with Dinah. "So take your last look at the sunshine and brook. Dinah won't you blow. with Dinah. . . Fee-fi-fiddely— I— oh! Fee-fi-fiddely— I— o-o-o-oh! Fee-fi-fiddely— I— oh! Strummin' on the old banjo. . your horn! won't you blow. in the kitchen I in the kitchen know. For. Fee-plunk. Can't you hear the whistle blowing? Rise up so early in the morn. Dinah won't you blow. Strummin' on the old banjo. . Mister Ivan Skizavitzsky Skivar. Can't you hear the captain shouting: "Dinah blow your horn!" Dinah Dinah Dinah Dinah won't you blow. By which I imply that you are going to die. plunk. fi-plunk.

The Quartermaster's Store ^ r 1i U J* There are snakes. mice. running through the the quartermaster's store.7 B7 ^^ not got ^^ I have E as specks with me. mice running through the At the At store. at the store. . There are mice. I I My B7 can-not ^ my B. Repeat chorus. at the Quar-ter-mas-ter's store. I ^ ^ see. at the E E =fet f store. m A i i as gar-den rakes. snakes B7 nj ^ eyes are j-i ^ i ^ big as garden rakes. E i have specks with me. There are mice. 36 . ± not I i got ^ my rice. rice. ^ i i dim. snakes. snakes I'lj big M e^ jil ni ' T' store. ^ at the U i There are snakes. snakes.

store. ^ i His name my name When- M ev-er W i go out. i>' p r F is r i too. rats. Music used by permission of Rytvoc. rats. Inc.da da -dada.- There are rats. big as alley cats. on the last verse. At the store. each time softer until. rats.da.da. "John Jac - ob Jin - gle - heim - er I Schmidt!" Da- da -da da -da- da -da. N. at the store. There are At the quartermaster's Repeat chorus. 37 . 5 the peo-ple f we al-ways shout. John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt i^ John Jac - I ob Jin-gle-heim-er ^ Schmidt. big as alley cats. mouth the first four lines and end by singing Da. Repeat four times..Y.

the monk.— 'fc- 4 1' I' I' J' e - i phant's -<: climbed up the el - trunk. ii> The . J' - J au - J- comb ing his burn hair. a small group may sing the . -e -phant sneezed and fell And ^ #— be — - ~ ~^ 1^ -* (? I f monk? j ^ The Variations what came J' of the — r t J J > the i .— ^ i: mM The el f ^ r ? f on ^ F his f knees. the monk.— } The J went i' to the mal J±=i: J the J J^ birds and beasts ^' were there.1' 1 i' - J - i i the fun ni est was J' monk.j' i I \\ h h } an - ^ i .— ^' 'r old r I I' t' IT iT r ^ Was J He The ba-boon J' bv the light of the moon. J a monk.— The Animal Fair m ^)i' ^j'^' (j. When song 38 is sung through once. - iJ^^ fair. monk.

Someday they're going to find him dead I'll amputate his reveille. and step upon it heavily. Oh! By How I Hate To Get Up in the Morning Irving Berlin Chorus "Oh! how I hate to get up in the morning. Fourth verse: It isn't any trouble just to HA! HA! HA! Second verse: HA! HA! etc. etc. Used by permission of Irving Berlin Music Corp. but will vanish It isn't like a bubble. And spend the rest of my life in bed. It isn't any trouble just to G-R-I-N. N. is to hear the bugler You've got to get up.— — last line over and over as a chant while rest sing the song a second time. There isn't any trouble. It isn't any trouble just to S-M-I-L-E.. you've got to get up. Grin. If you'll only take the trouble just to S-M-I-L-E. Third verse: It isn't any trouble just to L-A-U-G-H. Other lyrics for the ''monkey" line: ''The monkey he got drunk. Oh! how I'd love to remain in bed For the hardest blow of all.Y. 39 . Copyright renewed 1945 by Irving Berlin. " and fell on the elephant's trunk. Smile Song Tune: "John Brown's Body" Key: B Flat any trouble just to S-M-I-L-E." Copyright 1918 by Irving Berlin. You've got to get up this morning! call: Someday I'm going to murder the bugler. etc.

Chick-en and pos-sum are i ji might ^ - § fine. Just plant a watermelon seed up-on F. From TlieSamter. my grave. That's p I J' 'i all I I ^^ — fib 1 ask of vou. r ain't f r u' like y But there no taste a ^ u' Bb r J > ? # — sb zzzx wat-er-mel-on rind. published by The Boy Scouts Association of Great Britain . Just plant a wat-er-mel-on seed up- i 40 ^ on 3 = ^ F —^-r^ let ^ ^^ my grave and the juice run through. . § w .* r Drool Song r^ ^1^'' tf r> rs Bb f y-^ Just plant I a wat - er-mel - on seed up- i r on r ^ jjj and <^ fib ^3 juice my grave r^ let the run r^ #—#> ^ I ff ^ ^ through.

Pink Pajamas Tune: "Battle I Hymn of the Republic" wear my pink pajamas in the summer when it's hot. ^m wind blew ]i h h ^ them off f grew in ^ . what's it to you. ^f^ Poor ^ old J J I Ji Ji } } Ji } e - 1 41 Mich-ael Fin-ne-gan. glory. Hallelujah.'i The and they a-gain. I Chorus Glory. at all. And sometimes in the springtime and sometimes in the fall. He had whisk-ers on ^' } }\ }\ }i his chin-e-gan. With nothing on Michael Finnegan G 4'''} There I I ' li I ' ^ I' I I ' f 1' J '' was an old man named Mich-ael Fin-ne-gan. glory. wear my flannel nighties in the winter when it's not. Be -gin gan. Glory. I jump right in between the sheets with nothing on at all. Balmy breezes blowing through you. D i ^=s G E . .

^ So I j| J to J be U part J of J the r dream ^ proud — 42 . White. ^m and Blue ' a-bove !?|J vou. who i proud ' - J. I I ' ' And un. ly J "I ? love said vou.furled ii mem - o - ries ^ with ^ world of '• her I J . i)"^\' When '^ \H' I ^ r see 1 ^^ »^ and the m Stripes.J a.t. Of the men who said.s:*tot^ic3 S The Stars and Stripes Forever Words by Bob Russell Moderately Music by John Philip Sousa $s There E a -loft ^ in a soft and friend - ly breeze Flies the - Red. the Stars <f>^ i*J J is Then mv heart a m ^^ drum wild - Iv beat ^^^ ^ ing.

Sole selling ayent in United Slates and Canada. I J the i l J pa- I'm part of gal - lant J rade. Inc. Used by permission.. 43 . Philadelphia. Hill and Range Songs. Beverly Hills. J I Of those who r car-ry J ' I on the ^a Stars i and ^ J Stripes for - ev - er Copyright 1897 and 1925 by John Church Co. J J rus-tle Stars and ^'J Stripes for- i ev er. fj That J will I J fJ J the p J J. International copyrinht secured. ev I J 'rv And bless -ed breeze...^)^'^ J That J is N al - \' g on the ^ ^1' J ways J march. XI- r ir I J be r will ^ .

And ring from all the trees. Let music swell the breeze. Let rocks their silence break. Let all that breathe partake. our King. to Thee. Great God. Author of Liberty. Land where my fathers died. Sweet land of liberty. I free. and rills. Let mortal tongues awake. thee. To Thee we sing. 44 . love thy rocks My heart with rapture thrills Like that above. Thy woods and templed hills. Protect us by Thy might. Smith Key: G. Sweet freedom's song. Long may our land be bright With freedom's holy light. The sound prolong. From mountain Let freedom ring. Time: 3/4 My country! 'tis of thee. Land of the pilgrims' pride. Samuel F.America By Rev. Land of the noble Thy name I love. ev'ry side My native country. Our fathers' God. Of thee I sing.

n: My home Bb i sweet n: home Gm xz: God F bless ^M A F - mer-i-ca — i ^^ — Dm 2L sweet ^m 45 My home home. Berman. chairman: Ral()h G. L'seil by permission of Irvinji Berlin Anu-riia Fund. i ^^ — To Vp F the moun-tains' C c ^ i white i from a - i to the prai - 1 ries - F F II 3r # - I with the C ceans y foam — F i God c bless m F Dm J - Gm ^ - A mer ca- — F p C y. A. Copyright IMVt.L.God Bless America By Irving Berlin Moderately F F c c iBE God C that ^ i bless —w - ^ ca A mer-i Land ^ ^^ F F F ix love i J Stand be G ^ - side her- ^ and C N J with J a IJ light guide her — Thru the night i r 3Z bove F Z From . Bunche: and Gene Music Corp. litW trustees. God Bli-ss Tunney. .

America. ! I . For pie moun F - tain F $ i 5: ji - r I' l r P AJ J' maj es - ties A - bove the fruit-ed plain. Time: 4/4 I ' M 0.1' J shed His grace on And crown thy good with l''i broth - I i i T J I ^^ - er - hood From sea to shin ing sea. mer - i - ca! ^ A I I 'i' J ca! - mer B^ . - i - God El^ . I J - J - ^^ for beau ti ful spa - cious skies. 46 . For i am F - i ber waves ^' M \ -^ pur C ^ - of grain.11 (V f i r^ thee. the Beautiful By Katherine Lee Bates Kev:BFlat.

Undimmed by human tears. Whose stern. Across the wilderness! America! America! God mend thine every flaw. beautiful for patriot dream. And mercy more than life! America! America! May God thy gold refine. America! America! God shed His Grace on thee. Who more than self their country loved. impassioned stress. That sees. beautiful for pilgrim feet. beautiful for heroes proved. beyond the years. Confirm thy soul in self-control.0. Thine alabaster cities gleam. 47 . In liberating strife. And crowm thy good with brotherhood From sea to shining sea. Thy liberty in law! 0. Till all success be nobleness. A thoroughfare for freedom beat. And every gain divine! 0.

Time: 3/4 you see. the bombs bursting in air. Gave proof thro' the night that our flag was still there! say. can fight. half conceals. o'er the towering steep. now shines on the stream— 'Tis the star-spangled banner. And the rockets' red glare. we watched were so gallantly streaming. 48 . Where the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes. does the star-spangled banner yet wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? O'er the ramparts On the shore. long may it wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave. As it fitfully blows. thro' the perilous say. In full glory reflected.The Star-Spangled Banner By Francis Key: Scott Key A Flat. What so proudly we hail'd at the twilight's last gleaming? Whose broad stripes and bright stars. dimly seen thro' the mist of the deep. half discloses? Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam. What is that which the breeze. by the dawn's early light.

^ 'J' I ward A-mer-i-ca.HJf mer i i l f ^^ coun-try-try - ca.# Forward America Music by Larry Corbett.Jj^p l f Jll^n'Jy - l f - I p J - Sweet land of Lib er - ty As we go For ward A ^. We will sing my country 'tis of Thee. It's the land most ^ # m a i I 1 ^' dear to me.HJl. ^. Jr. m For - ^ ^ s ward A-mer-i-ca. It's • and — coun- my home my $ r For - If Jn-j j. It's my home and my 49 .I.j' I m try.

u ca. U for things a B^ fib E^ Our F ac-tiv-i-ties lead to vic-to-ries in vi> F . 50 . B^ nb all we set out to do. J. J i^ I J / E^ .^ Boy Scouts of America ^ ^ ^^ fib Words and music by Jack Combs and Jimmy Clark nb e\> s. j^ Scouts of A^ A. I K Scout-ing -'' I U.mer-iE^ y''" I J hand each day ^ ^ E^ fib We g B^ 1^ — plan hand in t To do bet-ter than need be done Fm Fm . E^ Efc. i J l^ l ffeFfl our goals are won champs with a win-ning way.1' E^ E^ E^ ^>^^ y jj till all t J- I h J. new. We're the Boy E^ A^ B^ E^ (^f\> J. t - We're the Boy Scouts of A mer-i - ca E^ B^ 1- B^ ^- B^ !• - B^ i Q » l .

b ikeep lb i- imer-i J- J I fib A J - ca strong. I ^ to verve and con.'JJ^'N ii' . J . A b Eb - merEb ^ i We're the Boy ^ Br : ^^^ and this Ab - ca.' i j f -^ Pledged to ^^ ^ ^ * l the Scout Oath e pb - ter-nal-ly fib With . -fP j' l ^fi"'.]. 51 . j Scouts of n 1. you Bb all the rb Fm ^^ ""^ E The Boy Scouts of A - mer-i- ^ E^' way E Fm ^ you all fib Q I .vic-tion we sing our song .J # X i^3 \ d- d 4 to \ i ^ i and E^' Wr in-teg-ri-ty —b^ — We're loy-al pur-pose B^^ P is lb e'' E b J. ^ ca fib will Stand be-side the way. we 3 Ab have to b say Join us and we'll stand be- ^ ^-^ — Cm i- Fm gb fib ^>^''' i # be - i side f side you.'j.

( ' 9 is fine. F. He I i i i X pared all time. bI> f' J. Boy Scout L fine. There's i r f - m 4'' F some M' a - r a thing bout ^ ^ . i There's F Boy Scout. a . # t 0- some-thing F a-bout F. ^ He'll ^' ^' ^ F ^^ that . work for a badge . of mer-it. ' ev-er up and he toes the line. . He's F ^ m <ff/r F . wear He's learned to be preB^ B^ ' I I r the time. r line. y F y r chance proud of the B^ gg r to I f ^^ it. fine.— ' r ' There's Something About a Boy Scout Tune: "There's Something About a Soldier" by Fred Waring March tempo $ T ^ a - m bout a There's some-thing Boy Scout. will nev-er bI^ be an B^^ i ± r If he'll r - r r t Cm I i ^ ^ out-law bey the Scout Law. He's G i 52 # ^ ^ a- G I r bout. time.

That's e line. m ^ Boom! Ab Boom! Gee it's great to be n L B7 Eb B^ Eb A out-ing. you know ('• I r f ' I' r a-bout a the rest. There's some-thin^ ^^ is Bov Scout that tine. fine. /^-»//> WillSnii/. Ftnm I'si'd hy piTiiiission.j:5 l).Q Cm I Cm ZEU ^m t^ to Cm p best.Y Boom! Boom! Gee To Be Scouting Eb It's Great ^^^ Boom! .v Lawivncf Wiijiht MiisicCi). N. Mills Music Inc. Boom! B? Eb |i-' 7 Boom! . hik-ing and camp-ing all day long. A Boom! A Gee AEb it's great to be Bb Scout-ing. On his oath do his ^m m ^^ * nou^h. Cnpyriyht l!t. 1 J it's Gee great to be Scout - ing! 53 . fine.

Cooke. spirit. 54 . Scouting spirit. Deep in my heart. etc. Allover me. Deep in my heart. Down in my feet. Up in my head. I've got that Scouting etc. Continue as in first verse. Used by permission of John D. I've got that Scouting Spirit. head. I've got that Allover me. head. head. Fve got that Scouting spirit. Continue as in first verse. Allover me. Down in my feet. all ways. etc. spirit. I've got that Up in my Up in my Scouting spirit. Fve got that Scouting spirit. to stay. Continue as in first verse. head.I've Got That Scouting Spirit Tune: "Joy in My Heart" I've got that Up in my Up in my Up in my Scouting head.

55 .. ing we ami I'si'd liy iH'inii>siun Kay i Kay Musir Cniii. I'.Scout Leader's Prayer Tune: "Marcheta" Key: E Flat Bv Talman H. . Ni'w Vi>ik. of our ^ F ^ F^ thanks. the Scout Law. Dm A J i Dm r- i E r . j^ i ^^ C. forguid-ance F 1 1 I our C i ly task. our Good Turn. their E les-sons un-fold-ing J J i our vouth. May C ^ C. Trask m ^t Our C Fa - i ^s ask Thee F . f give all Thee we _..Dm ^ A. I Spir - it Scout I'uli. <yr ^ r ^ f r ^ i f i m To vir-ture and manhood C stand strong-ly a-mongst us.). i in .il. i i in -0 ^ - Heav ^ a-bove us. # — —^. ro|iyri>ilu itwiUTs. F dai - en C We F . Ctilf Coiii. Our ^mm r nr it r it. mot-to. may we C and teach F Great J of I '' 'J - 2k pray. ^ To . Cliiratru. The Scout Oath. ^ ther C. in num-bers ^^ 3^^ r live ^C un - told.

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Y.. First the Star and then the Life. And smile. Smile.Trail the Eagle Tune: "On Wisconsin" Key: C. Now we're a'hiking on the old Scout trail. on until we're Eagles Copyright by Edwin H. Pack Up Your Troubles Tune: "Smile. that's the style. Smile. brothers. Inc. N. Will on your bosom shine. Trail the Eagle.. boys. Inc.. Smile" By George Asaf Pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag. Hark the Eagle's On.. N. smile. Time: 2/4 Trail the Eagle. Inc.Y. Keep climbing! Blaze the trail and we call. will follow. Day & Hunter and used by special permission 59 . . Climbing all the time. Copyright in all countries by Francis of Chappell &Co.. Pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag. and Broadcast Music. smile. Morris Music Co. smile. all. And smile. What's the use of worrying? It never was worthwhile SOOO! . . MCMXV smile.

- ry high the torch of true 3" o rri rs rs r> c t Scout c - ^ ^^ i G ii' i i i ? ing.The Torch of Scouting Words by O. Worked C ^ ^ 3 i Na - t tion.A. For-ward // ye sons ^^"3 If 60 r f '''f fJiI pre-serve f r I I might and main. ?> Know h - I ing that right m is p - dare and ev er E I MMr h r r ev i ^ - us Car - ry high the torch er Am _ \ ^ mar-ching. rs Q rr\ Car c ^. ^^ true. »" ^ a might and main. We will and build a Na-tion. Carroll m For C - rs: J' jJ ye ^- ^ ^ of : ^m i ff ward sons men G who with <Jif f r fT^M' topre-serve c. .E. and build ^"^T ^ will Now with ^"--^ cour - age we p C c Q ^ ^ with f r do. Kirkham Music by V.

Scouts sing their evening song. Joy nev'er end-ing.# Scout's Good-Night Song Tune: "Santa Lucia" ^^ m Foot-steps # — J ^^ are bend-ing. Blankets warm and by soft sounds caressed. Scouts all are sleeping. Good-night and may you rest. 61 . f ^ tire. send-ing. is your heart's de-sire. on dis-tant trail Camp-ward P g Bl^ F E fire ^ 11 B^ J^ i> J I J i J. Sun sinks below the west. Rest when your feet shall F F Bl^ (}/i'ffJ'J'j^ij' - ^ r i f ^-^'ir r " pen air and pals and food and fire. Shadows come creeping. Campfires are burning low. No longer leaping. b*^ Birch \> and bub-bling stew e!^ Rich o-dors e!^ m ^ ^ Here Bl^ r I r f M.

And c ^m as 1 C m i 62 ^ r -* camp J i the trail Uraise J m\ eyes ^ to on to - night. Boy Scouts one by o — E # # # in » prayer ^ . C i Thank you O for the sun-shine ^m ^ F . moon - lit sky. C $ ^M for this G C Thank you beau . «=Ce: ti-ful Oh Lord.ti - ful dav. c ^ IE ^ Bow your head to the Lord up there. J thank you u J for j this i . 1 J Lord hear m-y prayers to-night. Now c * the day is done. C that shines through the rain. F C ' c and O J I I pray. and I i the . i Oh O I thank you for this beau ^ - i day.A Boy Scout's Prayer Words and music by Gwen Beck c c $ i zr ^^ o f one. the lane. Oh tf'r r "^iJ- 1. c O Oi i C J J J I ' = 3 I the trees in I Thank you for the moun-tains.

best my eoun-try D I' I ^ Ji to •fe^ w On my hon-or ^^ I'll G J' J^J best do my f do my Good Turn each I J J A p ^ i G E !S>f T r 'r . or do 63 . ! It I On my hon i ' - n I'll '^^my best. f r i r j ^ m D. TP J'^ W I If - r or F I'll S do my ty to On my hon A.. do my a ^^ to serve D. day To keep my G bod-y f ^ f i^ - strength-ened C and S To .7 J J as I . D7 fol-low paths of O r right-eous-ness. W may. i * keep G my mind a ^C wakened. On My Honor Words and music by Harry o Bartelt D7 iS i % ^ i D a- !^ - On my hon or I'll do my best to ^^^ du - r God.— i beau - i P 31: i ti - ful dav A men.

64 . Help us know the Fatherhood of God. where brave men have trod. Here beside us— let us know Thy May we show the Brotherhood plan.t> - its light.? light - I ed in ^ " ^ 1 Fires have our jam-bo-ree. of Man. e!? e^ Eb i e\> b^ pb ^^ P Scouts u - 1^ I ed i r for r nit - r a ^ free. guide us.Jt> make our spir B. Fading campfires 'neath a starry sky. McMasters i> E^? K^ e1? ^^ 5 Blaz - 3 ing camp-fires ^m vi> •i> . E^ E^ eI> e^ nb eI^ eI^ yg As jt? ^ we meet in e'' J fel - JI J low - J J I i - ship to night. Scouting friendships fashioned here today. — Father.— Camporee or Jamboree Hymn Words and music by M. Silv'ry bugles sound their lullaby. Bind us closer when we are aw^ay. world that's ^f E^ E^ EJ> sb B^ ^ E^ s ' e' .H.

tramp. tramp.) Copyright by Neil A. With a true Scout-ing friend to the jour-ney's end. tramp. Chicajfo. r fif - \ ty ^miles F S a ten. i J J l ^iJJI^'i ^^ 65 Tramp. pack up - Gm C7 ^' i ^i' I $ ± J - J ing 1^^ off ^ I ' on my back. if't f' . F 2^ \r hap - py when I'm hik ing. tramp. tramp. thir for - ty. that's the place for Gm i' i 'i- l| ^ ^ I 'l | . . tramp. tramp. Used by permission. ( r - ^^ i ty. I'm Happy When Tm Hiking EnKlish hiking sonK ^ S^ ^^ F F ^ I'm C i\}' tf* * • — i f d w- Tramp. F P $ ^^ day. (Repeat tramp to end. I't: f' I 'l l me. . J i r Out c - j'ljji pen F i j J in the o coun-try. tramp. Kjos Music Co.. twen-ty.. tramp. I'm hap F ' - py when I'm hik the beat en F p i <Si*'' track.

B'' ^A J J ^ stead-y. Mathuws and John T.i> i march - p es on. O. ^ ^ right i> f nev - i er. nz Till i the goal is true and won. 66 . Boudri'uu.Scouting Marches On John T. ^ For the Daunt . Mathews Boudreau ^^ ^ .B.i> ^ <? -^ i f Scout-ing march-es. Scout-ing . i> *- XE.B. Scout-ing march-es.ed cour - age .- ^ Strong and read F7 - y. 3£ I y > y i To our home-land B7 FIGHT ON! F7 c(Ar I " | g loy - r g ing ^ al I" march - I" =a ev - er Seoul - es on Copyriiiht by O.b ev - er. I'si-d l)y piTmissinn.

Nrw York. Best in the land. ^ - -* W Scout - i ing Scout ing we go. Hail! Hail! Scouting Spirit.Scouting We Go ^ 4> 1 go. i - we Scout ing we go. Hail! Hail! Scouting Spirit "My Hero"— from The Chocolate Soldier Key: B Flat Hail! Hail! Scouting Spirit. Loyal we stand. copyri^hi owners. Always alert to make Scouting ready. flam - ing C7 i Tune: i glow. Onward and upward we're treading. 67 . Hail! Hail! Hail! Ust'd by permission of Remick Music Corp. we I 'J J . 'i Scout - ^ ing J^ ^ go. We are prepared.lit I } i- \ '^^ - Sun trails and lands where wa ters i flow ^ By the camp-fire's friend - ly.. Hail! Hail! Scouting Spirit.

liv M. who are Who will Start fight for the right Scout hearted men. Insert troop number. You can tell him by his manner.uswl hy iKTmissiun. . You can tell a Scout from You can tell him by his walk. Sonmitk-cupyriuhli'tl Lst'd hy iK'iniission. city. who are Scout hearted men. me with ten.. By his appetite and such. You Can Tell a Scout Tune: "Long. N. . tell Time: 4/4 You can lines."opyri^ht men can stick together man to man! hy Harms. a Scout from . or camp name in place of dotted You can tell him by his talk. You can tell a Scout from But you cannot tell him much. Inc. NY. . they adore. . And I'll soon give you ten thousand more. Long Trail" Key: A Flat. 68 . Oh! Shoulder to shoulder and bolder and bolder They grow as they go on the fore! Then — There's nothing in the world can halt or mar a plan Scout hearted When (.V Scout Hearted Men Tune: "Stout Hearted Men" Give me some men. . . This paraphrast. \Viimark& Sons.

And p jjU'iJii a Good Turn ev - r day! 1 'ry 69 . h Boy Scouts of I rti I Here's to the A mer - - i - ca! Here's to the ^ ^^ s Scouts where-ev-er they G7 may be. Be e Pre- if F lis.Here's to the Boy Scouts ^ meet. A sal-ute to ev-'ry Scout we _ ' I m Not a A7 I rr^'a^ '-^ - one shall know de - feat. S C7 i is pared our mot-to ev-er °7 Our em-blem the fleur-de- ^ ' % £^ we'll OurOathandLaw we 07 willo - bey. E §= be.

Tot - in' four . I'm back in the sad -die i —^ ^ 70 izzzi «t . Rid-in' the weed.Back in the Saddle Again Words and music by Gene Autry and Ray Whitley G7 it I'm J back tf # the ' ^ - J die i a - O gain ^^^ in sad $ z=z i * is S f^ a friend ^ &* —E the Out where a friend Where ^^ long-horn cat - i I' r r r the ^^ low-ly jim -son tie feed. on ^J)J- J I j J J 1^ ^ a - ^ gain.0 ^ mv old fort - * v - range once more.

Co.. Used by permission. i I'm back in the sad -die a -gain. ij Whoo i-c > ^ ^ -pi -ti ^ -yi i Ko ^ # e> -ya I my way G7 ^ J J in J the ' ^ sad -die a - ^^ gain. 71 . Hollywood.Music Pub.— g> J 3r ^^ tf^ - 11 i ^ ^ Whoo-pi ti - yi - yo Rock-in' to and fro $ ^ * in i the back sad die a- ^^in. back CopyriKht bv Western .^J J ^Jlj J J J - l [- ^ on-ly law i is Where you sleep out ev-'ry ni^ht where the i^ right. Calif.

my tale.y ip-py yay Come-atiyi yip-py . quit punchin' cattle in the sweet by 72 . I'll you all my A B7 i (fy* . i come ^ a-long.n ff'^jj I i . went up I to the boss won't take that And I'll slapped him in the face with my old slouch hat. sell my outfit just as soon as I can.! The Old Chisolm Trail Lively Traditional as im f Well.yip-py yay ! . I 'Cause ain't punchin' cattle for in the saddle no With my knees I'll and my seat in the sky. I'm up in the morning before daylight And Oh. On a ten I dollar horse and a forty dollar saddle started out a-punchin' those long-horned cattle. •0 -0 0- — 0- and lis-ten to m M tell ^ trou-bles on the old Chis-holm trail. boys. i i ii Come-a ti y y ip-py yip-py yay . before it's I gets to sleepin' the old moon's shining bright. and by. was nine dollars and said I in the hole. And I I'd went to the boss for to it He had So I figured out I draw my roll. bacon and beans almost every single day sooner be a-eatin' prairie hay.ni'. mean boss man.n i i JJJTji .

: D '• >' t rr J And J' I J girl 1 ^^ the ^ Red Riv-er G J J" . Refrain i i ^ s.— Red River Valley Not too slow i ?S=i~\ From C E ^ M' val - F ley P this they say ^^ you r are G J' I j/> jj J go-ing. i r sit F F r side if Come and by my you i =^ love ^ - ^ ^ Do f 1' E '' [ to I r f 1' me.e $ tak-ing the smile. But re- mem- F ber i I C G s. J' f will f F ^ sweet We miss your bright eyes and m ^^ m ^^ M - ^ ." ^ G i bright - ^^^ D our path ^ That t ens way a - while.— 73 Co}i tin ued oh next pafir . For they say you are c sun shine.— not hast -en bid me a ff ^1 _ ^' ^ If ^' dieu.s Val -ley. the that has loved you so true.

May you never forget those sweet hours that we spent in the Red River Valley. too? When you may your darling go. Do you From this valley they say go. Roll on little dogies. Last night as I lay on the prairie in the skies. so they say But who always makes room for the sinner Who drifts from the straight narrow way. roll on. Roll on. Roll on. little dogies. how sad it will be. Repeat chorus. roll on. When she loves no other but you? your home by the ocean. Oh. roll on. And gazed at the stars wondered if ever a cowboy Could drift to that sweet bye and bye. And the grief you are causing me to see. you are going. And the love we exchanged 'mid the flow'rs. But the road that leads down to perdition Is posted and blazed all the way. As you go to The Cowboy's Sweet Bye and Bye Tune: "My Bonnie" Time: 3/4 I Key: G. Would you leave her behind unprotected. Roll on. Chorus Roll on. 74 . The road to that bright heavenly region Is a dim narrow trail. so they say.think of the valley you're leaving? Oh. roll on. Repeat chorus. They speak of another Great Owner Who's never o'erstocked. how lonely. think of the fond heart you're breaking.

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They tell of another great roundup, Where cowboys like dogies will stand, To be marked by the Riders of Judgment, Who are posted and know every brand.
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Courtesy of
Bill Pollock.

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On J his ^ dy ^ ing lay ^ ^ i 1^ f at ^ of . I've oft been told. Yet grant.^. "0 ^' p M me words " l '^ '^ M the lone prair- bur- y not on ^= ie".The Dying Cowboy Rather slowly m i . the pal- of a youth i ^ r » » F . Where the body lies when the heart grows cold. ' r-j' and J' i 5 who came low mourn-ful $ jl> ^ J From J ^' E F lid ^m 2=Ji lips ly. ^ These ^- ^^ J . oh grant this wish to me: bury 78 me not on the lone prairie.— —M<- I bed the close day It matters not. .

79 . And the cowboys now as they roam the plain. For they marked the spot where his bones were lain. of his dying prayer."0 bury me not" and But we took no heed his voice failed there. Fling a handful of roses o'er his grave. In a narrow grave just six by three. With a prayer to Him who his soul will save. We buried him there on the lone prairie.

wander by the stream love to That dances in the sun. they love to sing.. Beneath God's clear blue sky! By special permission of the Sam Fox Publishing Company. I My knap-sack on my back. And they wave back to me. I love to sing. Inc. Oh. And blackbirds call so loud and sweet From ev'ry green-wood tree.— And as I go. As o'er the world we roam. They never rest at home But just like me. So joyously it calls to me.— Val-de ri— Val-de ra— Val-de ra— Val-de ha ha ha ha ha ha Val-de ri. 80 . My knap-sack on my back. A-long the moun-tain track. "Come! Join my happy song!" I wave my hat to all I meet.Val-de ra. Oh. may I go awandering I Until the day die! may I always laugh and sing.The Happy Wanderer Antonia Ridge I Friedn W. Moller love to go a-wander-ing. High overhead. the skylarks wing.

I saw below me that golden valley.This Land Is Your Land Woody Guthrie This land is Gospel Tune is your land. than I was strolling. and the dust clouds rolling. And the wheat fields waving. As I went walking that ribbon of highway I saw above me that endless skyway.— this land my land. roamed and rambled. I When the sun came shining.— wa-ters. A voice was chanting as the fog was lifting. 81 . To the sparkling sands of her diamond deserts. and I followed my footsteps. This land was made for you and me. From the red-wood for-est— to the Gulf Stream This land was made for you and me. All around me a voice was sounding. This land was made for you and me. From Cal-i-for-nia— to the New York Is-land. This land was made for you and me.

. where r ^ is . ij J J brush tim-ber tall. ^^ Dm are ^ while lim-ber. There are cer-tain ^ patch - J through i: which J t± must crawl es we Some i ^ m spe-cies Stiff. at your nose 82 . oth-ers are ^ J they JtL i r all ^ fly And will JT back |i I \ ^ with a biff.Chaparral Song ^ ¥ i ^ t ^=f § the In land ^ of 1^1 m the Dm Las - sen.

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Whoop c - ee ki yi yo Get i « ^ c of o J J' . w a ^ 0' w I O spied a bold cow-boy come D rid-in^ - lon^. P I' I . ' ^ It's N your i t [^ ? £ and long lit . mis-for-tune <S)'r none '' " I f I ^ yi my own. be . yo — .tie dog-ie.ie. His G ifllt^^ I! I MJ.« r Dogie Song Sung rhythmically to the swing of riding a horse Im m J' ' ^ ^^ r P ' — 17 p r i' 1^ ' J ^— ^ As I was a-walk-ing one morn-in^ for pleasure G . ^ r> t ? he rs h h ij J ETzzjrzzrz:^ i DO Il ^h Vd=* — And as chorus nil G he ap-proached was O sing-ing this song. know 84 J' |: i: I' i . Get a -long lit-tle dog I O O^ !i jh^.• J II f that Wy-om - ing will your new home. c .. hat was thrown back and his spurs were a jing-linK ^m G . .'' Whoop-ee f ki ^ o i' '' I I f r i D7 J' J .

Shenandoah. Way. long to hear you. 85 . you roll Traditional Oh. hey. I'm bound to leave you.n|f|. hey. I'll not deceive you. Way. hey. Shen-an-doah. you rolling river! Oh.sour - ^ long to hear you. we round up the dogies. we're love your daughter. we're bound away 'cross the wide Missouri. you rolling river! I Oh. hey. Oh. Shen-an-doah.^ | j. And throw the dogies out onto the trail.||J. Way. Shenandoah. chorus Mark— and brand— and Shenandoah Slowly <J. U $m hey. I love your daughter. Shenandoah. bound away 'cross the wide Missouri.¥ll. Shenandoah. ^«=r# i. Oh. I ^^ Way.It's early in the springtime. Round up the ponies— load up the chuck wagon. Way. - ing y^'Jfi'l^' ? riverl ' S I J' Jjr Way. Oh. bob off their tails. we ' re bound a-way 'Cross the wide Mis . hey.

fib Eb i f 'You'll t 1 F come a-waltz-ing. da. come a-waltz-ing im 86 Eb ^ # ^ Ma .da Cm a And Ab he J # ^^^ i J - . with me!" chorus. i ^ AjT Ab ^ B ^ 1^ - bah And he sang as he watched and Q Cm I (jr" J' > - '' till j' ji bil - ji ly wait ed his boiled.JLn^t. Bg Bb F gj*''"" r You'll f r fib F 1? If 'N with me. waltz-ing Ma-til -da.til Ab ^s W . - J sang as he watched and wait ed till his bil ly boiled. ^ Q I Eb r K[y Eb P B ^' i Waltz-ing Ma- da. . ^ r til - sb? § § - ^E Ma .til .. Al Waltzing Matilda put 1 Once } a } jol - ly E\> swag man Cm AP camped by a bil - la - bong Un - der the shade of I a rf'^''" r cool - M i r tree.

he sang as he talked to that jumbuck in his tucker- come a-waltzing. three. with me. riding on his thoroughbred." cried he.8^7 e|> "You'll come a-waltz-ing Ma .* "You'll with glee.Y. "Where's the bag?* "You'll jolly jumbuck. 87 . Down came the stockman. with me. Inc. Up jumped the swagman and plunged into the billabong." Repeat chorus. ^Substitute this line for third line of chorus Used by permission of Carl Fischer.til - da with me!" Down came a jumbuck to drink beside the billabong. Down came the troopers one. Matilda." Repeat chorus. you've got in your tucker- come a-waltzing. with me. two. N. Matilda. Matilda." Repeat chorus. And his ghost may be heard as you ride beside the billa- bong.* "You'll come a-waltzing.. Up jumped the swagman and seized him And bag. "You'll never catch me alive.

en gay. it echoed over hill and dale. pum-pa. Sto-do-le. ll J' I' JJ p- r be . pum-pa. t pum-pa. pum-pa. Hey! 88 . Nearing the wood. W t i ( a t be - Ss ? side the dance my maid . pum-pa. side maid en gay. Zanzig m i i ff/ •f ^ f r- J' 1 ^' - } the J' Home from ^ ^ - Walk-in^ at night a long mead . - I M my I'' I' i m i Home from the dance Much faster. pum. Hey! f^ # # fczf but second time — t V MM* 4-V f h pp M F ^' ^ m > # Sto-do-le. O p- > Sto-do-le. pum.. we heard the nightingale.— Walking at — 4 Night Translated version and Czech folk song byA. ^^ sto-do-le. Nearing the wood. we heard the nightingale.ow way. sto-do-le.i ! pum. M at night \ ! f^^ the Walk ing - long mead f - - ow way.. sto-do-le. sto-do-le.D. Sweetly it echoed over hill and dale. sto-do-le. > I? > -^ h . fcz±: ^ M \ F IM > f f ^ i? ^m > Sw:eetly Sto-do-le.

kindness yet. copyright owner.. We'll tak' a cup o' friend..Many the stars that brightly shone above. For auld lang syne. We'll tak' a cup o' kindness yet For auld lang syne. Repeat chorus. of love. Hey! Co. so bright as her one word SiuqiiiQ America. my trusty And gie's a hand o' thine. But none so bright as her one word Many the stars But none From lisher that brightly shone above. Used by permission of pub- Auld Lang Syne By Robert Burns Should auld acquaintance be forgot. And here's a hand. of love. my dear. published by C. Birchard and and National Recreation Assn. never bro't to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot And days of auld lang syne? And Chorus For auld lang syne. For auld lang syne. 89 . Boston. C.

Zum gal-li gal-li. i ^ o E Al ou - ^ et - D7 \ G N Fine fi=3i te. 90 . i I J J J 'J 3^=^ ^ w mp \ \ Zum ga-li ga-li gal-li. ^ k ou et - te. Le cou.rn^ rn^-\mn \ i fTjin long. Le dos. add a new word in the measure before the Oh! Have group repeat this and sing all preceding 3. 4. 7. Je j'° Je ! I - } - te plu me - ^ te f - plu - me rai. 5. Le nez. rai la tete. As we work we sing a song. Alouette French-Canadian canoe song Allegretto Each time you sing the melody. and sing. Gen-tile Al ^ - ou - et - te. 6. We sing it all day When we reach the end of the day. and be gay. verses in reverse.Zum Gali Gali Palestinian Folk Tune Key: E minor Steadily . Zum ga-li gal-li gal-li. Les pattes G m ^ Al - D7 «. E - Le pied. We will dance. Zum ga-li gal-li.

J tete.J # <!f>^r Je ff If plu - p- ji |.. ^' ^ ^ call-inK a-way ite *fe i i ^& road. Oh! The Far Northland Tune: "Road to the Isles"— from Songs of the Hebrides By M.. i iJ'^ ii J It's ^V-tr-rf=:t 4' d #— 4 ' the load. i the II : ( far r North - f w- f a- It's land that's ^- A) me J . wail. j' . If ^t=\ you're ^m your in-ner think -ing in heart there's Con tin ued on next page 91 . Et la tete.M I J'iOj^jJ^JrgF see the loon and hear his plain-tive will go. By Lake Dun-can and Clear-wa-ter to jm WJ^' Bear-skin J. for-est in the ^^ ^ It's take with m\ pack-sack to the the call on ^^ me of the p As step r I ^ J' I pi for North with the sun-liKht my jH') load.] As j. Where you i\ U. D7 DC Et la tete. te me - rai la chorus. Kennedy-Eraser P'^ 1 ^>T J' I. I ^ I .

^' ^ me jr ^ so. 1 - In gar den rare. ^. ^ - J - JL I U j' lee 0. JH J' - j J^. " e. It's r ^'. . She f" - will wait for me. ^' ^ ^ I That she U-lee ?• [ y 4^'' i r - i r - ir - i f J - e. J'i>- ii to I J. U-lee 4>' 92 » - f e. > U - g lee i' M^ e. . On a spark-ling rill. e. f with j.4 u 1 ' J : ^'>^' in i ^ 1 1 "1 i| I swag-Ker my step. p - ^ - Mr lee! J' f - U-lee U-lee 1^' loves 0! am f - »^/ F glad J to ^r know. Lives a i^^' } maid J - ^ en J fair. U pI lee ^' i^'' o. the bor-rier Ml ^S^ P take I iJMrrr rf^^c the far North-land that's a-call-injj -'''f me a-way As trail. / I I my pack-sack the road. U I - lee 0! Tho i. " J! - '' i r e.fi i' i J J' - f cross the sea. Yodeling Song i By an old Swiss mill. e. i' r ^' . You've nev-er been a-lonj. U-lee- <!J/J 0.

a. Ho - le'. Ho - le e m - e - e - a. he -man — — mer - sinKS all day long.The Herdsman With spitit i^h'^ ^ 1. "Come Hans!" "Coming soon. Ho - m r le J' - t - a. chant - eth this song. t - at e''- r - I' f I ' I Ho-le-e e a. Ho-le-e- > if / t / ? a. Ho - e a! milking on the hillside But at evening Belle calls him: In the is morning he till noon. The — Ho herds ^"^^ JL^' is 1 ^ ry. f - ! le - If - I I e - e - Ho - le a. He — seek - eth — his — i^O flock ^ as — O he » I' . Ho - i } le - >n a." 93 .

I can read His righteous sentence by the dim and flaring lamps. He sifting out the hearts of men before His judgment seat. hath loosed the fateful lightning of His terrible swift sword. have seen Him in the w^atchfires of a hundred circling camps. to answer Him! be jubilant. glory! Hallelujah! Glory. They have builded Him an altar in the evening dews and damps. trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath of the are stored. feet! my soul. Time: 4/4 By Julia Ward Howe Mine eyes have seen the glory He He is coming of the Lord. be swift. Oh. glory! Hallelujah! His truth I is marching on. He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never is call retreat. is His truth Chorus marching on. glory! Hallelujah! Glory. Repeat chorus.Battle Hymn of the Republic Key: Folk melody B Flat. Glory. 94 . Repeat chorus. His day is marching on. my Our God is marching on.

lu- Mich-ael. row the boat a shore. To hear Jor-dan roll. my Lord! A-sitting in the roll. broth-ers. Jor-dan. you ought t'have been there. you ought t'have been there. i M^' Bi^ Bb I r F if ^ B^ bP B. I Roll. ^ B> ==5 I roll. row the boat J Hal Jl - le y $ 3z: i J. To hear Jordan Michael Row the Boat Ashore (jfAi' J jN' i jah! i' ^' f aI M shore. Roll r^EC $ E 4= ? roll.Roll. Kingdom. Jordan. to hear Jor-dan roll E^ i 1. h ' ' m Mich-ael. preachers. Roll. Q Et> E^ E^ Lord! A - sit-ting in the Kingdom. Yes. Jor-dan. Oh. Hal - le - I u — jah! 95 . Yes. * ^E want to go to Heav-en when E^ I die.t> E^ ^ E^ e^ E^ B^ ^ my E^^ Oh.

. There's a starry crown up in I ain't a-gonna be here much longer. I ain't a-gonna be here much longer.You Can Dig My Grave $ i ± 9 You can dig W W— grave F7 my ^ with a 3 sil-ver spade. ain't here much There's a long white robe up in Heaven for me. There's a golden harp up in Heaven for me. with a You can dig my grave with a sil-ver spade. 'Cause 96 I ain't a-gonna be here much longer. There's a starry crown up in Heaven for me. There's a golden harp up in Heaven for me. ^ 'Cause 'Cause fib /^^TN f Bb i a-gon-na be I J long i er. There's a golden harp up in Heaven for me. There's a long white robe up in Heaven for me. There's a starry crown up in Heaven for me. There's a long white robe up in Heaven for me. Heaven for me. U dig J J my grave J.

t We G are C s climb - ing ing $ ^ Jacob's ^ C t ^ # Sol-diers of ladder. etc. Do you Yes. '— &- We are climb Ja - cob's We are $ climb s - ^^ Jac-ob's lad-der. the Cross ^^ C Every round goes higher and higher. ain't a-gonna be here much longer. Soldiers of the cross. etc. 97 . verse. Soldiers of the cross. Soldiers of the cross. rings. Soldiers of the cross. rings. etc. I'd like to be a soldier. think I'd make a soldier? etc. Repeat first Jacob's Ladder Key: B Flat c » ^ 6f ' # - i ing -* * lad-der. We are climbing higher and higher.^ You can pluck one You can pluck one You can pluck one 'Cause I Heaven string and the whole Heaven string and the whole Heaven string and the whole rings.

^^ i That in You And r that's r a f ve - ry good sign Bb i she's 2 your C7 -(»- toot - sey woot - ^ sey the Eb -tf»- F7 B? II - i>'' ^ r I good old sum - mer time. ^m y J ' Bb r the f r ir i - In good old Bb sum mer - time. Marks Music Corp. I r £ i r your bv mine.In the Good Old Summertime chorus lb *-=- 4^" 1 J In i' zr- ^ sum - the good old Eb I mer - time. Copyright Edward B. 98 . Mj r ba J i |' fir thesha F7 i r - i f ^^ With Bb Stroll-ingthro' dy lanes. Used by permission. i i)'' —o — b p her hand hold and she Bb holds yours.

f hear the wind blow. Know I Angels love you. So I can see her. So can see her. violets love dew. dear. D7 hear the I rj Hear . Write me a letter containing three lines. question: Will you be mine? question: Will you be mine? Answer my Answer my Build Will you be mine. hear the wind blow. I I 'i: wind blow. the so i i D7 ? Hang your i head ^ over. i wind blow. dear. dear? Will you be mine? me a castle forty feet high. heaven. know I love you. as she rides by. ley.# — Down in the Valley D7 m Down in the ^— val - # 0- f val-ley i low. dear. As she rides by. the $ t Hang your head ^ ^ o - I ver. as she rides by. Angels in heaven. I Roses love sunshine. as she rides by. know I love you. in know I love you. 99 .

oh. If '^'- -^^ J ^ £ E rush ^' - Green grow the Le(i(ler - es. ^ i i Hos. ^^ ? Ho! F M one F f F=K J ^ and ^ ev^. - Oh Lender All i I'll sing you one Ho. oh. Green grow the Leadei what are your three p- ? Hos.Green Grow the Rushes. (j>M One is M one and ii^. oh. .pfp One 100 is M^^ all J and i'^-''' J ^ shall . f f all in green ho. I'llsingyou two f two Hos! what are your ^^r p- P ^' HI ^ ^ IP' Two two the HP r^ all in y white boys clothed and green ho.f p i i lil-y J 171 n Two two the white boys clothed and ^p rush-es.er what is your one One is and Leader all a-lone t^ more shall } be-e J'' i so. ^. one and a-lone ev-er more ^ be-e so. the ri - vals.' Three three (f.i all j ij'-i ev-er All J } more shall a-lone and i^ be-e so. Green grow Leader the rush-es. Leader ^^ I'll sing you three Hos. .!!.

I Chorus Then I wish I w^as in Dixie. away. Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixieland. Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixieland. Early on one frosty mornin'. away down south There's buckwheat cakes and Indian batter. Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixieland. Away. catch on to Four for the gospel makers Five for the cymbals at your door Six for the six proud walkers Seven for the seven stars in the sky Eight for the April rainers Nine for the nine bright shiners Ten for ten commandments Eleven for the eleven that went to Heaven Twelve for the twelve apostles Dixie Words and music by Dan D. Repeat chorus. in Dixie. Old times there are not forgotten. in Dixie. This song a of fun and will prove popular with the crowd once they it.Leader continues lot to add one more verse while group joins is in singing hack through all of previous verses. In Dixieland where I was born in. To Dixieland I'm bound to travel. Makes you fat or a little fatter. I'll In Dixieland take my Hooray! Hooray! stand to live and die in Dixie. Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixieland. 101 . Emmett Key: C wish I was in the land of cotton. away down south Away. Then hoe it down and scratch your grabble. away.

in His hands. He's got the whole world His hands. His hands. wide world J in J J J J 1 . in His hands. 102 . in His hands.He's Got the Whole World in His Hands Moderately fast ^^ ft in in E^ E^ ti > ^ I J whole world He's got the I I M He's got l| ^^ ^ big. He's got you and me. He's got the little little bitty bitty He's got the He's got the little bitty He's got the whole world in baby baby baby His hands. He's got you and me. He's got the whole world in His hands. He's got the wind and the rain in His hands.1 ^g^ in His hands.1 . roun' W His hands. I ^E=«rf the His hands. He's got the wind and the rain in His hands. He's got the world m^ .|/i. He's got the whole world in His hands. in He's got you and me. brother. brother. in His hands. He's got the sun and the moon in His hands. in His hands. brother.

^A'f When nn I ^'^' p I ^^ ^ go to f r gon-na put on Heab'-n p r^' ^ E g ^ ^ a-bout \ walk all ob. Hfr Heab'n. Copyri^jht 1951. Ev-'ry-bod-y talk Heab-n' ^A. everybody here in His hands. Inc. j/^' ^ H' n n' n> go-in' there. All God's chil-dren got shoes. the whole world in His hands. He's got the whole world in His hands. -^'^' i r r all ^F^ -^--^^" i ^ Heab'n. He's got the whole wide world in His hands. I Got Shoes (^A^jJ I J (^ i J J 1 p ^^ p p J-p p got shoes. Gon-na Heab'n. you got shoes. Used by permission of the copyright owner. ^^ ain't my shoes. Mills Music. Gon-na walk ob-er God's Heab'n.jj. everybody here in His hands. He's got the whole world in His hands. He's got the whole world in His hands.er God's Heab'n. 103 .He's got He's got He's got He's got everybody here in His hands. Heab'n.

When the Saints Go Marching In i c X ? Oh. i Oh. 1 when the Saints go $f march c - ^ ing ' O in. And when the revelation comes. And when the sun begins to shine. how I want to be in that number. how I want to be in that number. C When the C i Saints go march-ing ^ G7 i in. When the revelation comes. Lord. when c the f Saints go c march-ing $ in. ^ I want ^ to i be in that num-ber. 104 . how I want to be in that number. And when the sun begins to shine. i P —* Lord. Lord. Lord. And when the new world is revealed. And when the revelation comes. When the new world is revealed. When the sun begins to shine. And when the new world is revealed.

Mills . how I want to be in that number. N. Em m I^ ^ I ^ aye.. Mills Music. man down! Oh. i blow the P If ^' (? Way. Blow the Man Down ^ } \ ftil J-|>- ^ ^ } lad-dies. Inc.Mu>ii-. the I A7 ' I i Give us J I > l i I' I some time to blow the man down. . blow the man down. Morris and Co.. ._ Anaiijiiimnl n»|i\ rinlil !!•. Ini-. blow the man J' lad - I j) blow i' P man down. When they gather 'round the throne.Y. And when they gather 'round the throne.And when they gather 'round the throne. Isi-il li. iiu-.\ iHTmissiini . down. dies. A7 blow the man down. ^ " 105 . \ ^- ^ F Oh. Used by permission of Edwin H.>. Lord.

char - . i j-^. $ Swing F ^ low. E sweet :nar E w Swing low. rz Com for car ry Bi> me home. some -times and some- times down. p band all of an -gels my friends en wash'd comsins Heavstill my feels a - - way. Sweet Chariot fe chwus s. bound. The I'm bright-est day up that ev-er saw. my soul heav'n ly 106 . ot. F /Vnf <!^>ui J' -in' ji J to J' i - . F F ^ 1 jf)^ I ^ Jp^i o-ver Jor-dan > IJM' i and be - looked what did fore I I I see.Swing Low. . ^ Tell Com-in' to car-ry When But F <5 ' I J ^' ^' J I'm I JMi com-in' ji^ji af-ter in' j^ me. 4'^ ii for ji i > Mr me home. too. i - ot. l'^ w F i - J^ i to > cary - J^ g v^om in for ry me home. MA sweet ^. If you get there do.

Com - in' to Oh. I Repeat chorus. I've had a dream the other night. It rained all night the day I hft. don't you cry for me. The sun so hot I froze to death. Susanna. 107 . don't you cry for me. don't you cry. oh. With my banjo on my knee. Says I. I thought I saw Susanna A-coming down the hill. don't you cry. With my banjo on my knee. come from Alabama. I I'm going to Louisiana. With my banjo on my knee. Susanna. Susanna. The weather it was dry. Susanna By Stephen Foster Key: F come from Alabama. The buckwheat cake was in her mouth. Susanna. come from Alabama. The tear was in her eye. Chorus Oh. I've Oh. I'm coming from the South. When everything was still. My true love for to see. oh.li } for jl ) car - i ry ^ me home.

Someone's crying. Someone's singing. Lord. i my Lord. Lord. J ^ ba yah! my Lord. Lord. lij J'Jjj j j-jj^^ Lord.KumBaYah Slowly ff)?^ Kum } N'ba yah. Lord. Someone's crying. Someone's singing. Kum ^ Kum ba $ yah. Lord. Kum ba yah! Kum ba yah! Kum ba yah! Kum bay a. Someone's praying. Lord. Kum ba ya. Lord. Lord. Lord. Kum ba yah! Kum ba yah. . s Kum ba yah! ^ Kum ba C C i ^ yah. Someone's praying. Kum ba yah! Kum ba yah! Kum ba yah! Someone's praying. Lord. Q r\ my Lord. Someone's singing. Lord. Someone's crying. Lord. 108 Kum Kum Kum ba yah! ba yah! ba yah! Kum bay a.

Lord. Kum ba yah! A Scout is clean. Kum ba yah! A Scout is courteous. Max lit»i4. Kum ba yah! Lord. Lord. Kum ba yah! Kum ba yah! Kum bay a.SCOUT LAW VERSION (Repeat verse with score. Kum ba va. Lord.) A A A Scout Scout Scout Lord. Kum ba yah! A Scout is reverent. A Scout is brave. Lord. Kum ba yah! Lord. Ohio. Lord. Lord. is is is trustworthy. helpful. Lord. These words ui-rt' iinn)duct. A Scout is obedient. Lord. Kum ba yah! A Scout is cheerful. Kum ba yah! A Scout is kind.'(i al thi- National Cuuniil Annual Meeting held in Cleveland. Kum ba yah! Lord. Lord. Kum ba yah! Lord. 109 . A Scout is friendly. Kum ba va. Kum ba ya. Kum ba yah! A Scout is thrifty. Lord. Lord. loyal.

Christ. ye people.I>iK*£t. This thro' countless ages Men and angels sing. laud. the royal Master. then. Christian soldiers! Marching as to war. Onward. 110 . Marching as to war. With the cross of Jesus Going on before. Christian Soldiers Key: E Flat Sir By Sabine Baring-Gould and Arthur Seymour Sullivan Onward. With the cross of Jesus Going on before. Glory. Join our happy throng. Leads against the foe. See His banners go! Chorus Onward. Repeat chorus. Blend with ours your voices In the triumph song. Forward into battle. and honor Unto Christ the King.til Onward. Christian soldiers.

" Ill .=s.Grace Bv Marie Gaudettel ^^ i fcS ^ < ^^ J' > J J' a God has cre-at-ed a new # ^^ =i. i» i i tf # # g ^ may sil-ver and green and gold: Live that the sun-set ijjV' I ' 11 I -' f I ^ to find us worth-y His gifts hold. day. Jif to J thanks and bless Help us do Thy will. Grace Song By Gen. 4-r ? igf^'U us. Lew Wallace and Laurence Danforth ^ $ ? ^ of all if ^ ^ have 'Tath-er God:- What we ^ i here is 1 of P Take Thou J i our Thee.

. L^^ ^ - D. Give Us of Your Blessings.C.Sholom A'leychem Peace to You. Angels of God. A melody sung on Friday evening to welcome God's Angels to the home in accordance with legend I.M . 112 . chev Mi me-lech i^ j/ g^ Bor-chu- p - '^ '' I i-B p > ji fi jii -^ ruch hu. ^^ n ni ^ M n MM i mal-chey ha I'-sho- m' lo-chim ha-ko-dosh bu ^ lom mal-a'-chev ^m s mal-a'-chev ^ g ha-sho-lo ^ m el von Mi me-lech j/ Qn . Goldfarb Not iz too fast <fi>'l g Sho-lom J Jl- M iiJMJ i von y'" I Jjjil a'-ley-chem mal-a'-chey ha-sho-reys i ^'M'^' mal-a'-chev :e5 el ^ Mi ^ ^^ ^~V -me-lech ¥i p J '^ a ^' *fc i^ iJ' ma-chey ha-m' lo-chim Bo-a'-chem M J - ^ S ^^— ^V M H' ^ M * ^ ha-ko-dosh bo-ruch hu ^' ^^ rT~l Fine V£>V fi ^ g V- sho-lom mal-a'-chev ha-sho-lom r! a' - f mal ^ el iJ yon \ ^ - .dlFiue I mal-chey ha - m'lo-chim ha-ko-dosh bo ruch hu.

113 . Thou shalt rest! O Come. i r1 J^^ r the Sab-bath day. Binder Slowly ^^ Come. let us adore Him.W. O Sabbath Day A simple melody in keeping with the Sabbath.Come. All things working for the best. And to ov ^^ r di - I # Thou Speak of -^ f vine r ^ 'ry trou - bled breast P shalt be-hest. come. come ye to Bethlehem! Come and behold Him. and bring peace and heal-ing ^^ rir III - jA W i ^ J ^ I \ J 4 4 ' r I r I r I ^ 1 on thy wing. All Ye Faithful Tune: ''Adeste Fideles" Key: A all come. Thou v rest. joyful and triumphant. shalt Wipe from Banish care and silence fear. come. shalt rest. Christ. the Lord. Gottheil and A. Teach us the divine behest. let let us adore Him. — rest! Thou ev'ry cheek the tear. ye faithful. come. born the King of Angels! come ye. us adore Him. the day of rest By G.

Chorus Faith of our fathers. Monk. we will strive. fire. J I 1 >J a - deep-ens. Whene'er we hear that glorious word. 114 . abide with me! Faith of Our Fathers Key: G still. ^ ^ 3i: oth-er J help-ers and com- forts flee. Repeat chorus. how our hearts beat high with joy.} Help J of S a - the help. living In spite of dungeon. Faith of our fathers. holy faith. jA. 1847 ^^ A - bide with me! Fast is The <j)^'"" i J ^ dark-ness ^ J i J r ir i r r e - falls the ven tide. Lord.Abide With Henrv Me William H. Thou who changest not. We will be true to thee till death. To win all nations unto thee. 1861 F. Change and decay in all around I see. with me ^ bide! | J I J r I When r fail. its glories pass away. Faith of our fathers. Earth's joys grow dim. bide with Swift to its close ebbs out life's little day. Lvte. Mankind shall then indeed be free. And through the truth that comes from God.less. and sword.

recite? Thy bountiful It what tongue can it breathes in the air. To grow more loving ev'ry day. Worship the King Key: A Flat worship the King all glorious above. it descends to the plain. Prim. Help us we do. piTmissidn of thv fniiyri^rhl duiUT. 115 . shines in the light.Father. the sea. Weston and Daniel Batchellor m i i In all Isi'd li\ P'U And tJ' J' Fa-ther. To be to others kind and good. Our Shield and Defender. It steams from the sweetly hills. care mantle. we thank Thee for the night. care. II do the things we should. Almighty. We Thank Thee for the Night Bv Rebecca J. gratefully sing His power and His love. Thy power hath founded of old. And distills in the dew and the rain. Hr\ n Mawr. Oliver l)itsiin ((nuiiaiix . F=K for ^ pleas-ant ^s rest the morn - ing For It and food and lov - ^ ing $ liuht. and girded with praise. like a And round it hath cast. Pavilioned in splendor. the Ancient of Days. ? And to all E that lJ makes the If dav ~| so fair. earth. with its store of Hath stablished it fast by a changeless decree. O The wonders untold. in work or play.

! J spark-ling. Who fixed this floating ball. Brin^ forth the royal diadem. And crown Him Lord of all. ye morning stars of light. might.MJ. for the ^^ night is ^ com F bI^ i ing. HJ Work . (Repeat last two lines) Crown Him. that with yonder sacred throng We at His feet may fall. Work mid spring-ing flow'rs. Now hail the strength of Israel's And crown Him Lord On of all. Work r while the dew is F F I ' F 4' 116 I i'l ' . C F f St Work B-^ B^ thru the morn-ing hours. We'll join the everlasting song.Ni. And crown Him Lord of all. (Repeat last two lines) Let ev'ry kindred.All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name Tune: "Coronation" By Edward Perronet and All hail the Oliver Holden power of Jesus' name! Let angels prostrate fall. C. (Repeat last two lines) Oh. (Repeat last two lines) Work for the F Night fc Is Coming ^m Q F Work. ev'ry tribe this terrestrial ball To Him all majesty ascribe. while the day grows . And crown Him Lord of all.

Work thru the sunny noon. Fill brightest hours with labor. come in the wildwood. - J the Un der glow-ing ^ sun. Rest comes sure and soon. for the night is is :^ i When man's work is done. list to a bright Sabbath morning. come to the church in the vale. to the church in the dale. Repeat chorus. come. 117 . for the ni^ht coming. Work. is No spot As the so dear to my childhood. As the little brown church in the vale. Give ev'ry Hyin^ minute Something to keep in store. No lovelier place in the dale. When man's work is o'er.i^ bright - ^J J er ] | :. Come to the church 0. little brown church How sweet on To 0. Work. Church in the Wildwood There's a church in the valley by the wildwood. come. come. the clear ringing Its tones so sweetly are calling. Chorus 0. come. ^m^^ Work. com-ing. No spot is so dear to my childhood. in the vale. for the ni^ht is coming. bell.

And shadows end. Holy. Heaven is touching earth with rest. Help us to praise: Father! all-glorious.Day Is Dying in the West Tune: "Chautauqua" Key: A Flat. Heaven and earth are praising Thee. Thou Almighty King Key: G Come. on our eyes Let eternal morning rise. Come. Lord God of hosts! Heaven and earth are full of Thee. Lord Most High! When forever from our sight. O'er all victorious. the day. Help us Thy name to sing. Come and 118 reign over us. the night. Ancient of Days! . Lord of angels. Pass the stars. Wait and worship while the night Sets her evening lamps a-light Through Chorus all the sky. is Time: 6/4 Day dying in the west. holy. Thou Almighty King. holy. Repeat chorus.

There's sweet In communion in there. peace. rr my Fath-er's ^^^ F house. in my Father's house. There'll be no parting there. won't you come with w F C7 house. holy Comforter! Thy sacred witness bear In this glad hour: Thou. is There's sweet communion my Father's house. in my Father's There peace. To my F fath-er's house. And ne'er from us depart. my Father's house. i There is 3E peace.Come. Spirit of power! My Father's House i^ ^ ^m me C7 to P my fath-er's F to Oh. 3£ J to * J ^ Oh. 2C peace. peace. peace. my Father's house. peace. in my Father's house. there. in 119 There peace. . peace. no parting there. won't you come with F me C7 my Fath-er's F i5 house. m house. Now rule in every heart. house. in In my Father's is There'll be my Father's house. who almighty art.

With Him My Soul Rests in Fearless Calm. 120 .=5 A' -don ^ 0lorn a'-sher mo-lach ^ Cm na-a'-so i B'- I Gm ^ Gm G te - rem-kol y'-tzir niv-ro L'-evs v'- Cm i chef-tzo kol £ A - m Cm Cm D. v'hoo ho-veh V'hoo vee-veh b'sif-araw.C. B'yah-do af-kid roo-chee B'ace e-shan v'ah-eraw Vim roo-chee g'vee-yah-see Adonoi lee v'lo e-ra\v. Who Reigned Alone While Yet the Universe Was Naught. traditional Jewish The hymn which ends the Sabbath and high holyday services Moderately Cm Cm $ n i: 1=3 .A'don Olom Lord of the World. V'ach-aray kich-los ha-kole L-vah-do yim-loch no-raw V'hoo haw-yah. zay me-lech sh'-mo nik-ro.

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Campfire Medley
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will shine tonite,

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the

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My Bonnie My Bonnie My Bonnie

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For many a stormy wind shall blow Ere Jack comes home again!
Repedt.

Key: F

Goodnight, ladies! Goodnight, ladies! Goodnight, ladies! We're going to leave you now Merrily we roll along, roll along, roll along, Merrily we roll along, o'er the deep blue sea.

In the Evening by the Moonlight
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compagnie! We sing to our comrades Vive la compagnie! la Vive in faraway lands. While our campfire fades away Silently each Scout should ask: my daily task? Have I kept my honor bright? "Have I done Can I guiltless sleep tonight? Have I done and have I dared Everything to be prepared?" 125 . Scout Vesper Tune: "Tannenbaum" Key: G. Time: 3/4 Softly falls the light of day. Repeat chorus.Now wider and wider our circle expands.

Soni. light Fading dims the sight. Till me meet usfd li. 12() . God nigh. from the hills. By the blazing council fire's light. Let us pledge each other that we'll keep we Scouting friendships. strong and deep. is safely rest. And a star afar. We have met in comradeship tonight.\ again.. From the sky. gone the sun. Time: 4/4 Day is done.ihi nu iic Taps Key: F. Gleaming bright. All is w^ell. Round about the whispering trees Guard our golden memories so before And close our eyes in sleep.By the Blazing Council Fire "Till Tune: Key: We Meet A^ain" Time: 3/4 A Flat. gems the sky. Falls the night. (•nii\ri. til If |iriiiiissi(in nf Kcinick Music ('iii|i. From the lake. From drawing nigh.

the Power of Jesus' Name 1 16 God Bless America Grace 111 111 45 Alouette 90 44 46 America Grace Song America. The 93 69 World Battle Hymn Republic 94 Here's to the Boy Scouts Be Prepared Bingo 11 56 He's Got the Whole m His Hands 105 Great To Be ScoutHi Ho! 102 Blow the Man Down Nobody Home 57 on the Range 29 Boom! Boom! Gee ing It's Hiking 53 of Home America 75 Boy Scouts 50 62 Fire Horses Run Around. The Faith of Our Fathers 114 91 1 1 Row the Boat Ashore 95 8 Far Northland. A By the Blazing Council Campfire Medley How Do You Do' 126 f 5 You're Happy Got Shoes 16 122 23 103 I'm Hiking Camp Menu Song 'm Happy When 65 123 Camporeeor Jamboree Hymn Chaparral Song 64 n the Evening by the Moonlight n the 82 117 Good Old Summertime 12 98 Church in the Wildwood Points to Mmeself Clementine 76 113 1 van Skizavitzsky Skivar 've 34 35 Come.5 Abide With Me 114 120 Forward America 49 The 10 A'DonOlom All Hail Grand Old Duke of York. The Hello! Hello! 80 89 6 Back in the Saddle Again of the 70 Herdsman. Sabbath Day Been Workin' on the Railroad Got That Scouting Spirit a Girl Come. Thou Almighty King 18 've 54 Cowboy's Sweet Bye and Bye. The Father. The We thank Thee for the Night My Father's House 119 127 . The Day Is 74 Want 33 97 10 37 Dying 101 in the West 118 Jacob's Ladder Dixie John Brown's Baby Dogie Song 84 31 John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt Johnnie Verbeck Down Down by the Station in 18 the Valley 99 KumBaYah 108 Drool Song 40 78 London's Burning Michael Finnegan Michael 30 41 Dying Cowboy. the Beautiful Green Grown the Rushes. More We Get Together. Oh Hail! Hail! the 100 4 Animal Fair. The 38 31 Gang's All Here Are You Sleeping? Ham and 121 Eggs 26 Around the Campfire Bright Auld Lang Syne Happy Wanderer. The 32 Boy Scout's Prayer.

La. The Three Blind Mice 29 22 9 28 Three Jolly Fishermen Three Paw-Paw Patch Philmont Grace Philmont 20 57 Wood It Pigeons Throw Out the Window 24 Hymn 41 58 21 Torch of Scouting. The Trail of Eagle 60 Pick a Bale of Cotton 59 15 Pink Pajamas Tra. Star-Spangled Banner. Roll 95 30 We're All Together Again. The Oh. 73 Waltzing Matilda 86 7 Jordan. The 42 48 ing 39 107 Trail. Row Your Boat Scout Hearted We're Here for Fun We're on the Upward 6 Trail Men 68 56 104 116 Scouting Marches On Scouting 66 When Work the Saints Go Marching In for the Night Is We Go 67 Coming Scout Leader's Prayer 55 61 Yodeling Song 92 96 68 Scout's Good-Night Song You Can Dig My Grave You Can Tell a Scout Vesper She'll 125 Scout Be Comin' Round the Mountain 14 ZumGaliGali 90 128 . One Thumb 63 17 There's a Long.Chester! 25 Ye Faithful 7 in Shenandoah 113 85 112 Come. La Quartermaster's Store. All Sholom A'leychem Smile Song the Morn- Dad O'Mine Oh! 39 How I Hate To Get Up Stars and Strips Forever. Long Trail On My Honor There's Something About Boy Scout Onward. Susanna Old Chisolm Old Paint Swing Low. Christian Soldiers Worship the King 115 59 110 52 This Land Is Your Land 81 Pack Up Your Troubles Paddle Song. We're Here Row. The Raviolli 36 Vive I'Amour 124 11 Walking at Night 88 Red River Valley Roll. Row. Sweet Chariot 106 The 72 Taps Tell 126 122 121 a 77 Me Why One Finger.

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