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BOY SCOUT SONG BOOK, PART 1 of 5



Contents:

Alice the Camel
All You Etta
America, America
America the Beautiful
Apples and Bananas
Austrian Yodeler
The Bear
Be Prepared
Bill Groganís Goat (follow along)
Blowin' in the Wing
Boom Boom
Boom Chick a Boom (repeat after me)
Bumble Bee
Campfire Closing Song
Chester!
Clementine
Ding, Ding, Ding
Do Your Ears Hang Low?
The Dumb Dumb Song
Eddie-Gutch-A-Gatch-A-Gamma-Tosa-Nerra
The Frogs in Yonder Pond (round)
Ging Gang Goolie
God Bless America
The Grand Old Duke Of York
Green Grow the Rushes, Oh
Hallelujah, Iím a Bum
Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes
Hog Calling Time (also see Lars Calling Time)
Hole in the Bottom of the Sea (follow along)
Home on the Range
If Youíre Happy and You Know It
In A Cabin In The Woods
I Like Bananas
I'm Happy When I'm Hiking
I Point to Mineself
It's the Duty
I Want A Girl
I Wish I Were
Jump Down
Junior Birdmen
Kum Ba Yan
Lars Calling Time (also see Hog Calling Time)
Little By Little
Little Peter Rabbit
Little Rabbit Foo Foo
Little Tommie Tinker (round)
The Littlest Worm
Londonís Burning (round)



Alice the Camel

Alice the Camel has five humps,
Alice the Camel has five humps,
Alice the Camel has five humps,
So go, Alice go!

One (shake left),
two(shake right),
three (shake left),
four(shake right),
five (shake left).

Alice the Camel has four humps,
Alice the Camel has four humps,
Alice the Camel has four humps,
So go, Alice go!

One, two, three, four (again, shake on each count)

. . .

Alice the Camel has no humps,
Alice the Camel has no humps,
Alice the Camel has no humps,
ĎCause Alice is a horse.



All You Etta

All you etta, think of all you etta,
All you etta think of all you et.

(Group repeats the leader)
Think of all the ________ you et,
All the ________ , ________
All you et,

Ohhhh . . .

(repeat, using different foods each time starting
with appetizers and continuing through dessert)



America, America

America, America;
How can I tell you how I feel?
You have given my many treasures.
I love you so



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.

O, Beautiful for pilgrim's feet,
Whose stern, impassioned stress
A thoroughfare for freedom beat,
Across the wilderness!
America! America! God mend thin every flaw,
Confirm thy soul in self-control,
Thy liberty in law!

O, Beautiful, for heros proved,
In liberating strife,
Who more than self their country loved,
And mercy more than life.
America! America, may God thy gold refine,
Till all success be nobleness,
And every gain devine.

O, Beautiful for patriot dream
That sees beyond the years,
Thine alabaster cities gleam,
Undimmed by human tears!
America! America! God shed his grace on thee,
And crown thy good with brotherhood,
From sea to shining sea.



Apples and Bananas

I want to eat
I want to eat, eat apples and bananas
I want to eat
I want to eat, eat apples and bananas

(Repeat replacing vowels with "aa", "ee",
"i", "oh", "oo", "oy", "er", "iggle", etc.)



Austrian Yodeler

Once an Austrian went yodeling,
on a mountain so high,
When along came a koo-koo bird,
interrupting his cry.

Yo - Le - Ah ...
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, yodeleah koo-koo
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, yodeleah koo-koo
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, yodeleah koo-koo
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, ah yo.

Once an Austrian went yodeling,
on a mountain so high,
When along came a St Bernard,
interrupting his cry.

Yo - Le - Ah ...
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, yodeleah koo-koo arf, arf
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, yodeleah koo-koo arf, arf
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, yodeleah koo-koo arf, arf
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, ah yo.

Once an Austrian went yodeling,
on a mountain so high,
When along came a dairy cow,
interrupting his cry.

Yo - Le - Ah ...
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, yodeleah koo-koo (sounds ...)
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, yodeleah koo-koo (sounds ...)
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, yodeleah koo-koo (sounds ...)
Yo-de-le-ah ke-kea, ah yo.
words sound action
-----------------  --------------  -------------- 
Yo-de n/a slap thighs
le-ah n/a clap hands
ke-kea n/a snap fingers
koo-koo bird koo-koo snap fingers
St Bernard arf, arf dog begging
dairy cow moo, moo milking action
grizzly bear grrrrrrr hands like claws
avalanche swish sweeping motion
boogie man blololololo! wave arms
dairy maid kiss, kiss wiggle hips
The Fonz ayyyy! thumbs up
preacher amen! hand over heart



The Bear

This is a different kind of
repeat after me song
I sing a line,
Then you sing a line
At the end of the verse,
We all sing the verse again.

Leader: The other day
Scouts: The other day
Leader: I saw a bear
Scouts: I saw a bear
Leader: A great big bear
Scouts: A great big bear
Leader: a way up there
Scouts: a way up there

Leader and scouts:
The other day
I saw a bear
A great big bear
a way up there

(similarly for the
remaining verses)

I looked at him
He looked at me
I sized him up
He sized up me

He said to him
"Why donít you run?
I see you ainít
Got any gun."

"That/s a good idea.
Now come on feet,
Letís up and fleet!"

And so I ran
away from there
But right behind
me was that bear.

But up ahead
I saw a tree
A great big tree
· glory me.

But the lowest branch
Was ten feet up,
Iíd have to trust
My luck to jump.

And so I jumped
Into the air,
But I missed that branch
a way up there.

Now donít you fret
And donít you frown.
ĎCause I caught that branch
On the way back down.

Thatís all there is,
There ainít no more
Until I meet
That bear once more.



Be Prepared

Oh, Be prepared, prepared, prepared,
The motto of a true Scout;
Oh, Be prepared, prepared, prepared,
The motto of a Scout.
Prepared, prepared, the motto of a true Scout.
Prepared, prepared, the motto of a Scout



Bill Grogan's Goat (follow along)

Bill Grogan's goat, was feeling fine.
Ate three red shirts, right off the line.

Bill took a stick, gave him three whacks,
And tied him to, the railroad tracks.

The whistle blew, the train grew nigh;
Bill Groganís goat, was doomed to die.

He gave three moans, of mortal pain,
Barfed up those shirts, and flagged that train.

The Engineer, got out to see,
What in the world, this thing could be.

And when he saw, It was a goat,
Pulled out his knife, and cut itís throat.

Now Billy Goat is really dead,
He went to heaved, without a head.

And when he got there, St. Peter said,
"Dear Billy Goat, where is your head?"

I do not know, I can not tell,
For all I know, It may be ...

Way down yonder in the paw paw patch
Way down yonder in the paw paw patch

(see Paw Paw Patch (below))



Blowin' in the Wind
1.  How many roads must a man walk down,
Before they call him a man?
How many seas must a white dove sail,
Before she can sleeo in the sand?
How many times must the cannonballs fly,
Before they're forever banned?
CH:  The answer my friend,
Is blowing in the wind;
The answer is blowing in the wind.
2.  How many years must some mountains exist,
Before they are swept to the sea?
How many years must some people exist,
Before they're allowed to be free?
How many times can a man turn his head,
And pretend that he just doesn't see?
3.  How many times must a man look up,
Before they are swept to the sea?
How many ears must one man have,
Before he can hear people cry?
How many deaths will it take 'till he knows
That too many people have died?



Boom Boom

Boom boom gee it's great to be Scouting.
Boom boom gee it's great to be outing.
Hiking and camping all day long.
Boom boom gee it's great to be Scouting.



Boom Chick a Boom (repeat after me)

This is a repeat after me song
This song has a beat
And it goes like this
(slap thighs, clap hands,...till end of song)
Are you ready?
Al right!
Here we go!
I say, Boom chicka boom.
I say, Boom chicka boom.
I say, Boom chicka-racka, chicka-racka, chicka boom.
Oh, yeah!
Un - huh,
One more time ...

Southern style
Sexy
Rock Out
Real Loud
Real High
British Style
Dracula
Whisper
Real Soft
Real Deep



Bumble Bee

Iím bring home a baby bumble bee,
Wonít my mommy be so proud of me?
Iím bring home a baby bumble bee,
OUCH! He stung me!

Iím smashing up the baby bumble bee ...
Oooh, what a mess.

Iím licking up the baby bumble bee ...
Oooh, I feel sick.

Iím barfing up the baby bumble bee ...
Oh, what a mess.

Iím mopping up the baby bumble bee ...
All clean.

Iím bring home a baby bumble bee ...
(CLAP!) I got it before it got me!



Campfire Closing Song

(Tune: Down in ghe Valley)

Lets us all stand now - time we must go,
Silently leaving - thoughts let us know,
Thoughts let us know, thoughts let us know,
Silently leaving - thoughts let us know.

Watch the fire flicker - the last of the flame,
But as we leave you - your friendship we claim,
Your friendship we claim, yes, your friendship we claim,
But as we leave you - your friendship we claim.

Watch the red embers - a memory of light,
We carry it with us, to show us the right.
To show us the right, yes to show us the right.
We carry it with us - to show us the right.

Watch the hot ashes - once it was wood,
Has changed through service - a blessing that's good.
A blessing that's good, yes, a blessing that's good,
Has changed through service - a blessing that's good.

Watch the fire dying - but when it is dead,
Always the memory - will lead us ahead.
Will lead us ahead, yes, will lead us ahead,
Always the memory - will lead us ahead.



Chester!

Chester did you Ďear about Harry?
(strike chest, touch ears, pat head)
He chest got back from the army.
(strike chest and back, fold arms)
I Ďear he knows how to wear a rose,
(touch ear, nose, lapel)
Hip, Hip, Hooray - for the army!
(slap hip, slap other hip, raise arms, fold arms)



Clementine
1.  In a cavern, in a canyon,
Excavating for a mine,
Dwelt a miner, Forty-niner,
CH:  Oh my darling, oh my darling,
Oh my darling, Clementine,
You are lost and gone forever,
Dreadful sorry, Clementine.
2.  Light she was and like a fairy,
And her shoes were number nine.
Cardboard boxed without topses,
Sandals were for Clementine.
3.  Drove she ducklings, to the water,
Every morning just at nine;
Hit her foot against a splinter,
Fell into the foaming brine.
4.  Saw her lips above the water,
Blowing bubbles, mighty fine;
But alas, I was no swimmer,
So I lost my Clementine.
5.  In a churchyard, near the canyon,
Where the myrtle doth entwine,
There grow roses and other posies,
Fertilized by Clementine.
6.  Then the miner, forty-niner,
Soon began to peak and pine,
Thought he oughter join his daughter,
Now heís with his Clementine.
7.  In my dreams, she still doth haunt me,
Robed in garments soaked with brine;
Though in life I used to hug her,
Now sheís dead, I draw the line.
8.  How I missed her, how I missed her,
How I missed my Clementine,
ĎTill I kissed her little sister,
And forgot my Clementine.
9.  Listen Boy Scouts, heed the warning,
To this tragic tale on mine;
Artificial Respiration,
Could have saved my Clementine.



Ding, Ding, Ding

Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding,
Here comes my wagon, my wagon,
I hear the keeper calling me.
Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding,
Here comes my wagon, my wagon,
To take me to the funny factory.

Just like all the nuts that fall,
Iím a little cracked thatís all.
Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding,
Here comes my wagon,
my kiddy car, my bus! (Whooopeeeee!)



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 oíer your shoulder,
Like a continental soldier?
Do your ears hang low?

Do your eyeballs droop?
Do they wobble in your soup?
Can you tie them in a knot?
Can you tie them in a loop?
Can you throw them oíer your shoulder,
Like a continental soldier?
Do your eyeballs droop?

Does your nose hang down?
Does it drag upon the ground?
Can you tie it in a knot?
Can you tie it in a crown?
Can you throw them oíer your shoulder,
Like a continental soldier?
Does your nose hang down?

Do your ears hang high?
Do they reach up to the sky?
Do they droop when theyíre wet??
Do they stiffen when theyíre dry?
Can you semaphore your neighbor,
With a minimum of labor?
Do your ears hang high?

Do your ears hang wide?
Can you soar and can you glide?
Can you hike the Grand Canyon?
While youíre touching both sides?
Do they get nice and soar,
When youíre walking through the door?
Do your ears hang wide?

Do your ears hang askew?
Can you use one stirring stew,
while the otherís picking berries,
or making mountain dew?
Can you hold an elevator,
while you signal to a waiter?
Do your ears hang askew?

Do your ears fall off?
When you sneeze or when you cough?
When youíre slopping up the hogs,
Do they wind up in the trough?
Would they both be gone,
If mommy didnít sew them on?
Do your ears fall off?

Do your eyes bug out?
Do they roll around your snout?
Do you go cross-eyed,
When youíre looking for a trout?
Can you see your image clearer,
Without looking in the mirror?
Do your eyes bug out?



The Dumb Dumb Song

Dum-dum-dah-da-dah-da-dum-dum-dah-da-dah-da
Dum-dum-dah-da-dah-da-dum-dum-dah-da-dah-da
Dum-dum-dah-da-dah-da-dum-dum-dah-da-dah-da
Dum-dum-dah-da-dah-da-dum-dum-dum!



Eddie-Gutch-A-Gatch-A-Gamma-Tosa-Nerra-Tosa-Nokka-Samma-Camma-Wacky-Brown

CHORUS: Eddie-Gutch-A-Gatch-A-Gamma-Tosa-Nerra-Tosa-Nokka-Samma-Camma-Wacky-Brown. Who?
Eddie-Gutch-A-Gatch-A-Gamma-Tosa-Nerra-Tosa-Nokka-Samma-Camma-Wacky-Brown.
Fell into a well, fell into a well, fell into the deep dark well.
1.  Susie Jones, milking in the barn,
Saw him fall,
Ran inside to tell her ma that:
2.  Susieís ma, making carckliní bread
Called old Joe
Told him just what Susie sait that"
3.  Then old Joe, tossed his plow aside,
Grabbed his cane
Hobbled into town to cry that:
4.  To the well, everybody came,
What a shame,
It took so long to say his name that:

Eddie-Gutch-A-Gatch-A-Gamma-Tosa-Nerra-Tosa-Nokka-Samma-Camma-Wacky-Brown. Who?
Eddie-Gutch-A-Gatch-A-Gamma-Tosa-Nerra-Tosa-Nokka-Samma-Camma-Wacky-Brown,
Drowned!



The Frogs in Yonder Pond (round)

Hear the lively song of
The frogs in yonder pond.
Crick, crick, crick, crick, crick, crick.
Brrrrr-umph.



Ging Gang Goolie

Ging gang goolie, goolie, goolie, goolie watcha,
Ging gang goo,
Ging gang goo.
Ging gang goolie, goolie, goolie, goolie watcha,
Ging gang goo,
Ging gang goo.

A law, a law shay law,
A law, shay law a law o - o - o
A law, a lay shay law,
A law, shay law a law ooo.

Shally wally, shally wally, shally wally, shally wally,
OOmpah, oompah, oompah, oompah, ...



God Bless America

God bless America, land that I love,
Stand beside her and guide her;
Through the night, with a light from above.

From the mountains, to the prairies,
To the oveans, white with foam.

GOD BLESS AMERICA, my home sweet home.
GOD BLESS AMERICA, my home sweet home.



The Grand Old Duke Of York

The Grand Old Duke of York, he had ten thousand men,
He marched them up a hill and then he marched them down again.
And when youíre up youíre up, and when youíre down youíre down,
And when youíre only half way up youíre neither up or down.



Green Grow the Rushes, Oh

Iíll sing you one Ho.
Green Grow the Rushes, Oh
What is your one Ho?
One is one and all alone and ever more shall be it so.

Iíll sing you two Ho.
Green Grow the Rushes, Oh
What is your two Ho?
Two, two lily white boys, clothed in all green ho.
One is one and all alone and ever more shall be it so.

Iíll sing you three Ho.
Green Grow the Rushes, Oh
What is your three Ho?
Three, three the rivals (Boom! Boom!)
Two, two lily white boys, clothed in all green ho.
One is one and all alone and ever more shall be it so.

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 the Ten Commandments
Eleven for the eleven that went to Heaven
Twelve for the twelve Apostles



Hallelujah, Iím a Bum
1.  Oh, why donít I work
Like the other men do?
How the heck can I work
When the skies are so blue?
CH:  Hallelujah! Iím a Bum
Hallelujah! bum again.
Hallelujah! Give us a handout,
And revive me again.
2.  Oh, I love my boss
And my boss loves me.
And that is the reason
Iím so hun-gar-y.
3.  Oh, the springtime has come
And Iím out of jail,
Without any money,
Without any bail.
4.  I went to a house
And I asked for some bread.
A lady came out, says
"The Baker is dead."
5.  I went to a house
And I knocked on the door.
The lady came out, says
"youíve been here before."
6.  When springtime does come
Oh, wonít we have fun.
Weíll throw up our jobs
And weíll go on the bum.



Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes

Head, shoulders, knees and toes.
Head, shoulders, knees and toes.
And ears and eyes and mouth and noes.
Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes.

(point to appropriate part of body, repeat song,
omit singing a(nother) part of the body on each
repitition, but, continue to point to omitted part(s)
until not singing anymore, only pointing)



Hog Calling Time

When it's hog calling time in Nebraska,
When it's hog calling time in Nebraska,
When it's hog calling time in Nebraska,
Then it's hog calling time in Nebraska,

(also see Lars Calling Time)



Hole in the Bottom of the Sea (follow along)

Thereís a hole in the bottom of the sea,
Thereís a hole in the bottom of the sea,
Thereís a hole,
Thereís a hole,
Thereís a hole in the bottom of the sea.

Thereís a hole in the bottom of the sea,
Thereís a hole in the bottom of the sea,
Thereís a log,
In the hole,
Thereís a hole in the bottom of the sea.

(continue until ...)

Thereís a smile, on the flea,
on the hair, on the wart,
on the toe, on the foot,
on the leg, on the frog,
on the bump, on the log
in the hole in the bottom of the sea.



Home on the Range
1.  Oh give me a home, where the buffalo roam,
Where the dear and the antelope play.
Where seldom is heard a discouraging word,
And the skies are not cloudy all day.
CH:  Home, home on the range.
Where the dear and the antelope play
Where seldom is heard, a discouraging word,
And the skies are not cloudy all day.
2.  Where the air is so pure, the zephyrs so free,
The breezes so balmy and lite,
That I would not exchange, my home on the range,
For all the cities so birght.
3.  How often at night, when the heavens are birhgt,
With the light from the glittering stars,
Have I stood there amazed, and asked as I gazed
If their glory exceeds that of ours.
4.  Oh give me a land where the birght diamond sand,
Flows leisurely down the stream;
Where the graceful white swan goes sliding along,
Like a maid in a heavenly dream.
5.  I love the wild flowers in this dear land of ours,
And the corlew I love to hear scream;
I love the white rocks and the antelope flocks,
Grazing on the great mountain tops green.



If You're Happy and You Know It

If You're Happy and You Know It clap you hands, (CLAP CLAP)
If Youíre Happy and You Know It clap you hands, (CLAP CLAP)
If youíre happy and you know it, and you really want to show it,
If youíre happy and you know it clap youíre hands. (CLAP CLAP)

2. If youíre happy and you know it stomp your feet.

3. If youíre happy and you know it shout "Boy Scouts!"

4. If your happy and you know it do all three.



In A Cabin In The Woods
In a cabin in the woords, (outline cabin)
Little man by the window stood, (stand straight)
Saw a rabbit hopping by, (hand to eyes, hand rabbit)
Knocking at my door. (knock at door)
"Help me! Help me! Help," he said, (throw hands into air)
"Or the hunter will shoot me dead," (aim imaginary gun)
Come little rabbit some insice, (open door)
Safely to abide. (pet rabbitís neck)

In a pad in a forest green
A crazy hermit was surveyiní the scene
Saw a hare, man, truckiní by, rappiní at his door.
Like help, like help, like help cried he
ĎFore the farmer will exterminate me.
Little hare, man donít you pout
Safely weíll hang out.



I Like Bananas

I like bananas, coconuts and grapes,
I like bananas, coconuts and grapes,
I like bananas, coconuts and grapes.
And thatís why they call me Tarzan of the Apes.



I'm Happy When I'm Hiking

(Tramp, tramp, tramp, tramp, tramp, tramp, tramp, tramp)
I'm happy when I'm hiking, pack upon my back.
I'm happy when I'm hiking 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 Point to Mineself

I point to mineself, vas is das here?
Das is my topnotcher, ya mama dear.
Topnotcher, topnotcher, ya mama dear,
Datís what I learned in der school, Boom! Boom!

I point to mineself, vas is das here?
Das is my sweat browser, ya mama dear.
Sweat browser, topnotcher, ya mama dear,
Datís what I learned in der school, Boom! Boom!

I point to mineself, vas is das here?
Das is my eye winker, ya mama dear.
Eye winker, sweat browser, topnotcher, ya mama dear,
Datís what I learned in der school, Boom! Boom!

Topnotcher - top of head
Sweat browser - eye brows
Eye winker - eye
Horn blower - nose
Soup strainer - mustache
Lunch eater - mouth
Chin chowser - chin
Rubber necker - neck
Chest protector - chest
Bread basket - stomach
Thigh slapper - thigh
Knee knocker - knee
Shin splinter - shin
Foot stomper - foot



It's the Duty

It's the duty of every Boy Scout
On his honor, to do his duty,
To God and his countey,
And to help other people.



I Want A Girl

I want a girl, just like a girl,
That married dear old Dad;
She was a pearl and the only girl,
That Daddy ever had,
She was a good old-fashioned girl with heart so true,
One who loves nobody else but you,
I want a girl, just like the girl,
That married dear old Dad.



I Wish I Were

Oh, I wish I were a little bar of soap, (bar of soap)
Oh, I wish I were a little bar of soap, (bar of soap)
Iíd go slippy, slippy, slidey, over everybodyís hinie.
Oh, I wish I were a little bar of soap, (bar of soap)

Oh, I wish I were a little hunk of mud. ...
Iíd oooy, and Iíd gooey, under everybodyís shoey. ...

Oh, I wish I were a little can of pop. ...
Iíd go down with a slurp, and Iíd come up with a burp. ...



Jump Down
1.  Jump down, turn around pick a bale of cotton,
Jump down, turn around pick a bale a day,
Jump down, turn around pick a bale of cotton,
Jump down, turn around pick a bale a day,
CH:  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,
2.  Me and my wife gonna pick a bale of cotton,
Me and my wife gonna pick a bale of day. ...
3.  Pick-a, Pick-a, Pick-a, Pick-a, Pick-a bale of cotton,
Pick-a, Pick-a, Pick-a, Pick-a, Pick-a bale of cotton. ...

(substitute names of people, etc.)



Junior Birdmen

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 that doorbell ringing, Ding Ding,
And you see that badge of Tin (Clink, Clink).
Then you will know junior birdmen,
Itís time to send those boxtops in.
B-I-R-D-M-E-N
Birdmen! Birdmen! EEEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRR!



Kum Ba Yan
1.  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 singing Lord, kum ba yah.
Someone's singing Lord, kum ba yah.
Someone's singing Lord, kum ba yah.
Oh Lord, kum ba yah.
3.  Someone's shouting Lord, ...
4.  Someone's yelling Lord, ...
5.  Someone's crying Lord, ...
6.  Someone's praying Lord, ...
7.  Kum ba yah, my Lord, ...



Lars Calling Time

When it's Lars calling time in Pico Blanco. (Lars!)
When it's Lars calling time in Pico Blanco. (Lars!)
When it's Lars calling time in Pico Blanco. (Lars!)
Then it's Lars calling time in Pico Blanco. (Lars!)

(also see Hogs Calling Time)



Little By Little

Inch by Inch...Day by Day
Step by Step...All the Way
Piece by Piece...Bit by Bit
And Little by Little you're there.

If you can't climb a mountain then climb a hill
That's much better than standing still
There's a way if you've got the will
And little by little you're there.

If you can't swim an ocean then ford a stream
Just remodel your basic scheme
Don't give up 'till you've reached your dream
And little by little you're there.

Good things that are here to stay
Don't get done in just one day
Once you've start'd you're on your way
And little by little you're there.

If you can't save a million don't draw a blank
Just keep filling your piggy bank
You'll have only yourself to thank
Wnen little by little you're there.

Every Rose was once a bud
One small raindrop starts a flood
An acorn planted in the mud
will grow ... you ... know ...

If you can't walk a mile take one long stride
Move along with a sinse of pride
Step by step 'til you're satisfied
And little by littly you're there.

And littly by little by little
by littly by little by little by little by little
You'll be there ... (inch by inch day by day)
Little by little you're there!



Little Peter Rabbit

Little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his ear,
Little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his ear,
Little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his ear,
And he wiggled till it went away.

Actions:
rabbit - hold hands making paws
fly - flop arms up and down
ear - place hands next to ears
wiggle - wiggle



Little Rabbit Foo Foo
CH:  Little rabbit Foo Foo
Hopping through the forest,
Picking up the field mice,
and bashing Ďem on the head.
1.  So along came the good fairy and she said:
Little rabbit Foo Foo, youíve been a bad rabbit!
Iíll give you two more chances.
And if you donít mind me, Iím gonna turn you into a goon.
2.  So along came the good fairy and she said:
Little rabbit Foo Foo, youíve been a bad rabbit!
Iíll give you one more chance.
And if you donít mind me, Iím gonna turn you into a goon.
3.  So along came the good fairy and she said:
Little rabbit Foo Foo, youíve been a bad rabbit!
This is your last warning.
And if you donít mind me, Iím gonna turn you into a goon.
4.  So along came the good fairy and she said:
Little rabbit Foo Foo, youíve been a bad rabbit!
Iíve given you three warnings.
Now, since you didnít mind me, Iím gonna turn you into a goon.

FLASH! (someone with a mask on here would be good)

The moral of the story is:
Hare today, goon tomorrow!



Little Tommie Tinker (round)

Little Tommie Tinker sat on a clinker,
And he began to cry:
"Ma-ma! Ma-ma!"
Poor little innocent guy.



The Littlest Worm

The littlest worm, I ever saw,
Was stuck inside, my soda straw.

He said to me, "Donít take a sip."
ĎCause if you do, Iíll really flip.
I took a sip, and he went down,
Into my pipes, he must have drowned.

He was my friend, he was my pal,
He was my friend, and thatís the end.



Londonís Burning (round)

Londonís burning, Londonís burning,
Look a-yonder, look a-yonder,
Fire, Fire, Fire, Fire,
And we have no water.


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