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Boy Scouts Songs, Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ( contents ), and more songs (& skits & ...) 

Songs, Skits, Cheers, etc.




Contents (not alphabetical):

Announcements, announcements, ah-now-ounce-ments
Day - o = Day - ay - ay - o = Day old bakery's the one for me ***NEW***
dog cat MOUSE... (repeat song)
Here we sit like birds in the wilderness... (waiting song) ***NEW***
One fat hen and a couple of ducks, three baby brown bears... (repeat song)
One hen, two ducks, three squawking geese... (repeat song)
On Top of Spaghetti (song) ***NEW***
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!...CLAP...CLAP... ***updated***
see o lay lay (repeat song)
Ghost Chickens in the Sky ***NEW***
The BARNEY Song
Prarie Flower ***NEW***
I'm a Little Tea Pot ***NEW***
The TINKERBELL Song ***updated***
Cookies song ***NEW***


"Soap" (walk on) ***NEW***
It's all around me, it's all around me, it's all around me! (walk-on)
The infant tree is comming! (walk-on)
The squirrels are chassing me! (walk-on) ***NEW***
Making a neon light (walk-on)
All these announcements are making me lightheaded (walk-on)
Having a light snack (walk-on)
John, John, where are you? (walk-on)
John, John, where are you? (#2) (walk-on)
What have you got in the bag? (walk-on) ***NEW***

"Ugga Bugga" (skit) ***NEW***
"Bandana care and uses" (skit) ***NEW***
"Big Red Lollypop" (skit) ***NEW***
"How to get rid of a bee" (skit) ***NEW***
"The Pencil Salesman" (skit) ***NEW***
The invisible bench (skit)
The Lamp Post (skit) ***NEW***
The royal paper (skit)
The ugliest rancher / pirate / astronaut / athlete / scout / whatever (skit)
The candy store (skit)
Photo finish (a slow-mo skit)

BUG (or MOSQUITO) CHEER
FEATHER (or leaf) CHEER
STICK (or book) CHEER
CHEEZE CHEER
CLAM CHEER
CATCHUP CHEER
HOME ALONE CHEER ***NEW***
COOKIE CHEER ***NEW***
GENERIC CHEER ***NEW***
SNOWBALL CHEER ***NEW***
SNOWBALL CHEER #2 ***NEW***

How do y'll feel?
"We've Got Spirit" (yell) ***updated***
Dream Team (Team names)
Third Herd (Team names)
When the Saints Come Marching In (try this on your harmonica)
Jubilate Deo (try this on your harmonica)
Got a Whale of a Tale
The smiling young lady from Myaga (limerick)


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Announcements

Announcements, announcements, ah-now-ounce-ments
What a horrible way to die, what a horrible way to die
What a horrible way, to be talked to death,
What a horrible way to die
Announcements, announcements, ah-now-ounce-ments

Have you ever seen a wind bag, a wind bag, a wing bag?
Have you ever seen a wind bag, a wind bag, a wing bag?
Well, here's one right now.
Goes this way and that way,
And this way and that way,
Have you ever seen a wind bag, a wind bag, a wing bag?
Well, here's one right now.

Many words of wisdom
Many words of wisdom
Here they come
Here they come
Dumb, dumb, dumb,
Dumb, dumb, dumb.

Keep announcements nice and short,
Nice and short, nice and short
Keep announcements nice and short,
'Cause they're so boreing.

One little, two little, three little announcements,
Four little, five little, six little announcements,
Seven little, eight little, nine little announcements,
ten little announcements in all, BOREING!

We sold our cow
We sold our cow
We have no use
For your bull now.

Announcements, announcements, ah-now-ounce-ments


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Day - o = Day - ay - ay - o = Day old bakery's the one for me ***NEW***
Ray R., Troop __, _______, Monterey Bay Area Council

Day - o
Day - ay - ay - o
Day old bakery's the one for me

Come Mr Baker man
Bake me some donuts
Day old bakery's the one for me

Year old twinkies still look fresh
Day old bakery's the one for me

Stay away from cream filled stuff
Day old bakery's the one for me

Eat the donuts the cops don't want
Day old bakery's the one for me

See some green stuff - just cut it off
Day old bakery's the one for me

Noon to six is 2 for 1
Day old bakery's the one for me

Donuts stale but coffee's HOT!
Day old bakery's the one for me

Apple fritters - they slide right down
Day old bakery's the one for me

Soccoter pies and twinkies don't mix!
Day old bakery's the one for me

Come Mr Baker man
Bake me some donuts
And . . . this . . . time . . . can . . . some . . . be . . . fresh


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dog cat MOUSE... (repeat song)

"this is a song with a beat"

"it goes like this" (slap thighs, clap hands)

"this is a repeat after me song"

DOG
dog CAT
dog cat MOUSE
FROGGIE!
itsy bitsy tiny winy little bitty froggy
JUMP (jump) JUMP (jump) JUMP (jump) littly froggy
itsy bitsy froggy eatin' all the snakes & spiders
fleas and flys, scrump-DEE-dul-liee-ischious
Ribbit Ribbit Ribbit Ribbit Ribbit Ribbit CROAK!

"one more time now"

"a little bit louder"
"a little bit faster"
"ludicrous speed"


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Here we sit like birds in the wilderness... (waiting song)

Here we sit like birds in the wilderness,
birds in the wilderness,
birds in the wilderness,
here we sit like birds in the wilderness waiting for the Webelos.
Waiting for the Webelos,
waiting for the Webelos.
Here we sit like birds in the wilderness waiting for the Webelos.


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One fat hen (repeat song)

"this is a repeat after me song"

One fat hen.
One fat hen and a couple of ducks.
One fat hen and a couple of ducks, three baby brown bears.
...four rabit running hares.
...five fat figgity froggies.
...six simple Simon selling salt in Siam.
...seven slimey sailors sippin' sleuce.
...eight elongated elephants being elevated in an elevator.
...nine nasty nosed nibbly "O"s nibbeling on nine nasty nosed nibbly oughts.
...ten two-tone two-ton transcontinental trucks, with trailers, traveling
from Talahassie Tennessee to Tyler Texas.

Chalenge: say it all in one breath...


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One hen (repeat song)

this is the Auzi version of the preceeding repeat after me song

One hen.
One hen, two ducks.
One hen, two ducks, three squawking geese.
...four lyrical oysters.
...five corpulent porpoises.
...six pairs of Don El Verzo's tweezers.
...seven thousand Macedonians in full battle array.
...eight brass monkeys from the ancient sacred crypts of Egypt.
...nine sympathetic apathetic old men on roller skates with a marked propensity towards procrastination and sloth.
...ten lyrical spherical diabolical denizens of the deep who haul squall around the corner of the quai with a quiver all at the same time.


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On Top of Spaghetti (song, tune: On Top of Old Smokie) ***NEW***

On top of spaghetti,
All covered with cheese,
I lost my poor meatball,
When somebody sneezed.

It rolled off the table,
And onto the floor,
And then my poor meatball,
Rolled out of the door.

It rolled in the garden,
And under a bush,
And then my poor meatball,
Was nothing but mush.

The mush it was tasty,
As tasty could be,
And then the next summer,
It grew to a tree.

The tree was all covered,
All covered with moss,
And on it grew meatballs,
And tomato sauce.

So if you eat meatballs,
All covered with cheese,
Hold onto your meatballs,
Lest somebody sneese.


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WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!...CLAP...CLAP... (repeat song) ***updated***

alternatively, instead of "...said WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!",
use "...and he threw it out the window, the window
with a heave and a ho and a great big throw,
he threw it out the window"

"this is a song with rythm, everyone clap along with us"...CLAP...CLAP...

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall,
All of the king's horses and all of the king's men said...
WHOA (lean back, both arms back over head waving hands),
AINT THAT FUNKY NOW! (right arm up accenting each sylable with wolf sign)
...CLAP...CLAP...
Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water,
Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Hickery dickery dock, the mouse ran up the clock,
the clock struck one, and down he run and said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Little miss muffet sat on a tuffer eatting her kurds and whey
when along came a spide and sat down beside her and said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Baa Baa Black sheep have you any wool,
yes sir, yes sir, three bags full,
one for my master and one for the dame,
and one for the little boy who said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
It's raining, it's pouring, the old man is snoring,
he got up one night and bumped his head and said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
I'm a little tea pot short and stout,
this is my handle and this is my spout,
when you tip me over I will say...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Yanke Doodle went to town ah riddin' on his pony,
he stuck a feather in his hat and said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Old mother Hubbard went to the cupboard to get her poor dog a bone,
but when she got there, the cupboard was bare and she said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Iny meeny miny moe, catch a tiger by the toe,
if he hollars make him say...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
All around the mulbery bush the monkey chased the weasle,
The monkey stoped to pull up his sox and said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater had a wife and couldn't keep her,
He put he in a pumpkin shell and she said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
This little piggy...
...
And this little piggy said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout...
...
...and the spider said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Rub-a-dub-dub-dub three men in a tub,
...
...said...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Ole King Kole was a merry old sole,
...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe,
...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Patty cake, patty cake, bakers man,
...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Hey diddle diddle the cat and fiddle,
...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Little boy blue come blow your horn,
...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Three blind mice, three blind mice,
...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep and doesnt know where to fine them,
...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Mary had a little lamb with fleese as white as snow,
...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
Three little kittens have lost their mittens (BOTH PARTS!)
...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
The Queen of Hearts baked some tarts,
...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...
There was a crocked little man,
...
WHOA AINT THAT FUNKY NOW!
...CLAP...CLAP...


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see o lay lay (repeat song)

"this is a repeat after me song"

see o lay lay
ah tikie tikie tomah
ah-waz ah-waz ah-waz ah
oh-oh-la-way oh-la-way oh-la-whoa

"one more time now"

"a little bit different"

oil of o-lay
a skin moisturizer (rub cheek)
rub it, rub it, rub it (rub arm)
oil of o-lay takes the wrinkles away
(strech sides of face back)

"one more time now"

"not too appropriate"

oh -- -------
--- ---- ---- --- -----
----- --- ----- ----- -----
--- ------ ------ -------- -----

"no more times now"


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Ghost Chickens in the Sky ***NEW***

A chicken farmer went out one dark and dreary day.
He rested by the coup as he went along his way.
When all at once a rotten egg hit him in the eye.
It was the sight he dreaded...
Ghost chickens in the sky.

Bok, bok, bok, bok.
Bok, bok, bok, bok.
Ghost Chickens in the sky.

The farmer has raised chickens since he was twenty-four.
Working for the Colonel for thirty years or more.
Killin' all those chickens and sending them to fry.
Now they want revenge...
Ghost chickens in the sky.

Bok, bok, bok, bok.
Bok, bok, bok, bok.
Ghost chickens in the sky.

Their feet were black and shiny, their eyes were burning red.
They had not meat or feathers, these chickens all were dead.
They picked the farmer up and he died by the claw.
They cooked him extra crispy...
and served him with cole slaw.

Bok, bok, bok, bok.
Bok, bok, bok, bok.
Ghost chickens in the sky.


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The BARNEY Song ***NEW***

I love you,
you love me,
we're a happy family,
with a great big hug . . .


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PRARIE FLOWER ***NEW***

(start in squating position, as sung, turn around gradually standing up such that by end of song you are standing with your arms streaching up)

I'm a little prarie flower
growing faster by the hour
I wish I may, I with I might
have the thing I lost last night


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TEA POT ***NEW***

I'm a little tea pot short and stout
here is my handle, here is my spout
when you tip me over hear me shout
SOCK IT TO ME BABY LET IT ALL HANG OUT!

- or -

I'm a little tea pot short and stout
here is my handle, here is my other handle
ha ha fooled you
I'M A SUGAR BOWL!

- or -

I'm a little tea pot short and stout
here is my handle, here is my other handle (put hands in pockets)
ha ha fooled you
I'M A SCOUT MASTER!


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The TINKERBELL Song (tra - la - la - boom - d - aye) ***updated***

My name is Tinkerbell,
I don't remember well,
I need by mommy here,
To pick up all my gear.

I've been in camp so long
I had to learn this song
Oh wont my mommy cheer
To see me with my gear


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***NEW*** Cookies Song

Cookies, cookies, listen while we sing to you...
Cookies, cookies, you're a part of camp life too.
Anyone can make a bed and anyone can sew,
but it takes our cookies to make camp go,
so, cookies, cookies, listen while we sing to you...
mwaah (blow them a kiss)

Cookies response at White Stag:

We loge you phase 1, oh yes we do,
We logy you phase 2, oh yes it's true
we love you phase 3, boo hoo
oh White Stag we love you...
mwaah (2-handed kiss to scouts)


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***NEW*** Walk on:

Soap Soap Soap   Soap Soap Soap . . .
Hey, what are you doing?
I'm just singing a few bars.
Singing a few bars of what?
A few bars from the soap opera


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Walk on:

It's all around me, it's all around me, it's all around me!
What is?
(look at waist) My belt.


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Walk on:

running across staging area: The infant tree is comming!
The infant tree is comming!
The infant tree is comming!
...repeat later...
...repeat again later...pursued by scout carrying a little tree.


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Walk on:

running across staging area: The squirrels are chassing me!
The squirrels are chassing me!
The squirrels are chassing me!
straightman: "Why are the squirrels chassing you?"
"They think I'm nuts"


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Walk on:

walk out,
put flashlight on ground
put knee on flashlight
straightman: "What are you doing?"
"Making a neon light"


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Walk on:

walk out with flashlight against head
straightman: "What are you doing?"
"All these announcements are making me lightheaded"


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Walk on:

walk out shining flashlight into mouth and biting at light
straightman: "What are you doing?"
"Having a light snack"


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Walk on:

John, John, where are you?
I'm way up here in this tree (roof, some place high).
Well come on down here it's almost our turn for a skit.
I cant, it's dark and I cant see to come down.
Listen, I'll turn on my flashlight and you can walk down on the beam.
You must think I am pretty stupid...
...when I get half way down you'll turn it off.
No I wont, I promise, I promise.
OK, here I come.
WAIT! I haven't turned it on yet!
AAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaahhh CRASH!


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Walk on:

John, John, where are you? (#2)
I'm way up here in this tree (roof, some place high).
How high up are you?
About 500 feet.
You cant be, these trees only grow to 300 feet
OH NNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooooooooo CRASH!


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***NEW*** Walk on:

MC: Hey Mikie what have you got in the bag?
Mikie:Milk.
MC: Milk, you canít carry milk in a bag.
Mikie:Why not, cows do.
(put a few "moo"s in with the "boo"s on this one)


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"UGGA BUGGA" ***NEW***

SETUP:

  • 2 chairs facing each other, audience looking at sides of chairs
  • "Chief" sits in one chair (with arms crossed, in fact, crossed for the duration of the skit)
  • "Guards" standing on each side of "Chief" (with arms crossed, or with walking sticks if available)
  • Chief: "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guards: walk into audience, select a "guest", each grasp guest by an arm, stand him up, and "escort" him back to the Chief's presence.

  • The guards now stand on each side of "guest"
  • The "guest" is a member of the skit team and upon taking his position in the chair opposite the chief, crosses his arms and sits there, facing the Chief.

  • Chief: after suitable pause, raise crossed arms to a horizontal position, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Chief: after suitable pause, pivot lower left arm at elbow until it is verticle, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Chief: after suitable pause, return lower left arm to its crossed position, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Note: repeat raising lower right arm, and, returning lower right arm...
    Chief: after suitable pause (keeping arms crossed & horizontal); stand, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Chief: after suitable pause, raise (and keep raised) left knee, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Chief: after suitable pause, extend left leg, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Chief: after suitable pause, return left leg to the "raised knee" position, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Chief: after suitable pause, return left foot to floor, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Note: repeat raising right knee, extending right leg, unextending right leg, and returning to standing with arms horizontal (still crossed).
    Chief: after suitable pause (keeping arms crossed & horizontal); sit, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Chief: after suitable pause, lowers crossed arms to his chest; exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guards: each grasp guest by an arm, stand him up, escort him to his seat, return, stand on each side of "Chief".

    Chief: "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guards: walk back into audience, select another "guest" . . .
    Note: repeat Ugga Bugga routine with new guest . . .
    Chief: after suitable pause, with arms horizontal (still crossed); exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guards: each grasp guest by an arm, stand him up, escort him to his seat, return, stand each side of "Chief".

    Chief: "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guards: walk back into audience, select last "guest", i.e., the victim, . . .
    Note: repeat Ugga Bugga routine with new guest . . . down to . . .
    Chief: after suitable pause, return right foot to floor, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Chief: after suitable pause, and, watching guard . . .
    Guard: behind the back of the victim, and in view of the Chief and the audience, place a water-soaked sponge in the victim's chair . . .
    Chief: . . . sit, exclaiming "UGGA BUGGA!"
    Guest: copy Chief, exclaiming "AAAAAH!" . . .


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    "Bandana care and uses" ***NEW***

    SET UP:

    several scouts come out and line up, all have bandanas,
    except one who has a banana (preferably, really ripe!)

    Scout at one end does the talking, others follow,
    scout at other end follows as well as he can, but, with a banana.

    SKIT:

    We are here to show you how to care for and use a bandana.
    OK, everybody take out your bandanas.
    NOTE: the scout on the other end (with the banana) is not paying attention and thus does not quite hear right, but, attempting to keep up, fumbles in his pocket and pulls out a banana.

    Now, everybody unfold your bandana (hold by one corner and shake)
    Observe it has two sides (show both sides)
    Now, gather it in the middle and fold it in half (do it)
    Now, it can be used to wipe your brow (pat your forehead)
    OK, unfold it again (hold by one end and shake)
    . . .
    . . . continue, showing how to make a neckerchief . . .
    . . . maybe even show how to make a head band . . .
    . . . maybe even show how to clean your ear . . .
    . . .
    To cary it you fold it in half (fold it in half)
    And fold it in half again (fold it in half again)
    Now, put it into your pocket (put it into pocket)
    Make sure it is in there good (slap pocket)
    This concludes the lesson, thanks for your attention (exit)


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    "Big Red Lollypop" ***NEW***

    scout looking around on the ground for something . . .
    another scout: what are you doing?
    looking for my big red lollypop.
    oh, well I'll help you . . .
    have you tried yelling for it?
    no.
    well, let's try that...
    ok...
    both begin yelling "BIG RED LOLLYPOP" while they are looking...
    eventually give up and look in silence...
    two more scouts approach...what are you doing?
    looking for my big red lollypop.
    have you tried yelling for it?
    yes
    well, what did you get?
    nothing, it did not help
    did you get the audience involved?
    no
    well, let's get the audience involved, come on, everybody, yell BIG RED LOLLYPOP...
    every body yell while they look...
    eventually give up and look in silence...
    two more scouts approach...what are you doing?
    looking for my big red lollypop.
    have you tried yelling for it?
    yes
    did you get the audience involved?
    yes...
    well, what did you get?
    nothing but a bunch of suckers


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    "How to get rid of a bee" ***NEW***

    announcer: "this is how a tiger-cub/tenderfoot gets rid of a bee" (when scout(s) come(s) out, begin making buzzing sound)
    tiger-cub/tenderfoot: come out with a walking stick, hear bee, swing at it in various ways till buzzing stops, exit

    announcer: "this is how a wolf/second class scout gets rid of a bee"
    wolf/2nd class scout: come out, hear bee, swat at it in various ways till buzzing stops, exit

    announcer: "this is how a bear/first class scout gets rid of a bee"
    bear/1st class scout: come out, hear bee, take a lighter out, light it, hold it up at the bee till buzzing stops, exit

    announcer: "this is how a webelos/life scout gets rid of a bee"
    webelos/life scout: come out with a lawn chair, sits, when buzzing sound starts call for tiger-cub/tenderfoot, wolf/1st class, bear/2nd class scouts who come out and each work on getting rid of the bee in their own way till the buzzing stops, exit


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    "The Pencil Salesman" ***NEW***

    scout1: "here, take these pencils and sell them"
    scout2: (take imaginary fist full of pencils)
    scout3: (approach scout2)
    scout2: "pencil"
    scout3: "how much are they?"
    scout2: "pencil"
    scout3: "you're wierd, I'm outta here"
    scout1: "you still have pencils, see anyone to sell to?"
    scout2: "yes"
    scout1: "well, what did they say"
    scout2: "he said 'how much are they?'"
    scout1: "tell them '2 for 1'"
    scout4: (approach scout2)
    scout2: "pencil"
    scout4: "how much are they?"
    scout2: "2 for 1"
    scout4: "are they any good?"
    scout2: "pencil"
    scout4: "you're wierd, I'm outta here" scout1: "you still have pencils, see anyone to sell to?"
    scout2: "yes"
    scout1: "well, what did they say"
    scout2: "he said 'are they any good?'"
    scout1: "tell them 'some are, some arent'"
    scout5: (approach scout2)
    scout2: "pencil"
    scout5: "how much are they?"
    scout2: "2 for 1"
    scout5: "are they any good?"
    scout2: "some are, some arent"
    scout5: "why should I buy one?"
    scout2: "pencil"
    scout5: "you're wierd, I'm outta here"
    scout1: "you still have pencils, see anyone to sell to?"
    scout2: "yes"
    scout1: "well, what did they say"
    scout2: "he said 'why should I buy one?'"
    scout1: "tell them 'if you dont, somebody else will'"
    scout6: (approach scout2)
    scout2: "pencil"
    scout6: "how much are they?"
    scout2: "2 for 1"
    scout6: "are they any good?"
    scout2: "some are, some arent"
    scout6: "why should I buy one?"
    scout2: "if you dont, somebody else will"
    all scouts: run out yelling "PENCIL! PENCIL!" and mob scout2


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    "The Invisible Bench"

    1st boy comes out and squats.
    2nd boy comes out, asks the 1st boy "what are you doing?"
    1st boy replies "sitting here on this invisible bench"
    2nd boy squats.
    ...
    nth boy comes out, asks the n-1th boy "what are you doing?"
    n-1th boy replies "sitting here on this invisible bench"
    nth boy busts up laughing
    n-1th boy queries "what's so funny?"
    nth boy, still laughing, exclaims (and points) "the bench is over there"
    1st through n-1th boys fall onto ground


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    The Lamp Post ***NEW***

    1st boy comes out, holds hand up with flashlight turned on and aimed at the floor (dim the lights now)
    2nd boy comes out, looking all around
    3rd boy comes out, asks the 2nd boy "what are you doing?"
    2nd boy replies "I'm looking for my dollar that I lost, will you help me? "
    3rd "shure" (starts looking all around
    ...
    nth boy comes out, asks the 2nd "what are you doing?"
    2nd boy replies "I'm looking for my dollar that I lost, will you help me? "
    nth "shure, where did you loose it?"
    2nd "up the street" (points away)
    nth "well then, why are you looking here?"
    2nd "because this is where the light is!"


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    "The Royal Paper"

    King whispers "pss psst pss pss psst" to the knight.
    The knight proclaims "THE KING REQUESTS THE ROYAL PAPER"
    A knave enters with a newspaper on a pillow.
    King whispers "pss psst pss pss psst" to the knight.
    The knight proclaims "GO AWAY, GO AWAY"
    King whispers "pss psst pss pss psst" to the knight.
    The knight proclaims "THE KING REQUESTS THE ROYAL PAPER"
    A knave enters with various colors of construction paper on a pillow.
    A knave enters with lined 3-hole punched notebook paper on a pillow.
    A knave enters with some tissue paper on a pillow.
    A knave enters with ... paper on a pillow.
    A knave enters with a roll of toilet paper on a pillow.
    The king grabs the paper and runs off stage.


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    "The ugliest rancher / pirate / astronaut / athlete / scout / whatever"

    Select a scout to be the ugly one and provide him with a towel to cover his head
    (thereby hiding his face), and, position him on a milk crate with his back to the audience.
    Divide remaining scouts into guards and visitors.
    Position guards in equal numbers on each side of the ugly one, facing audience.
    1st visitor enters, "What are you guarding"
    "We are guarding the ugliest __________"
    Visitor: "How ugly is he?"
    Guard: "So ugly that if you look upon his face you will die"
    Visitor: "Balony, nobody is that ugly, I must see his face"
    Guard: "you have been warned"
    Visitor: pass guards, face audience and ugly one.
    Ugly one: raise towel to reveal face only to visitor.
    Visitor: "AAARRRGGG!!!" and colapse.
    GuardS: cary visitor off stage.
    Next visitor...repeat till remaining scouts have been carried off...
    Guard: "We need a volunteer" (adults, staff,...)
    Guard: "Maybe you would like to see if the ugly one is really so ugly..."
    Volunteer: pass guards, face audience and ugly one.
    Ugly one: raise towel to reveal face only to visitor.
    UGLY ONE: "AAARRRGGG!!!" and colapse.


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    "The candy store"

    "We need two volunteers" (adults, staff,...)
    Hold a walking stick horizontal and
    have each volunteer hold an end and
    face the audience.
    Store attendent stands behind the stick and waits for customers.
    1st customer, "do you have any lolly pops?"
    Attendent, "no."
    1st customer, "oh", leave.
    2nd customer, "do you have any M&Ms?"
    Attendent, "no."
    2nd customer, "oh", leave.
    3rd customer, "do you have any licorish?"
    Attendent, "no."
    3rd customer, "oh", leave.
    4th customer, "do you have any Milky Ways?"
    Attendent, "no."
    4th customer, "oh", leave.
    ...
    nth customer, "do you have any __________s?"
    Attendent, "no."
    nth customer, "well, what do you have?"
    Attendent, "well, I've got two suckers on a stick"


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    "Photo finish" (a slow-mo skit)

    Here come the marathon runners to the finish line!
    (runners stop and squat down like out of breath)
    And the winner is number 17!
    (#17 jumping up and down)
    Boy was that a close race, lets rewind that and look at it again.
    (run backwards)
    OK watch carefully now...
    (slowly come by, one contestant revealing a "HI MOM" sign)
    That was still too close to tell,
    lets rewind again and look at it in freeze frame.
    (run backwards)
    OK watch carefully now...
    (slowly come by, freezing close to end, #17 has a walking stick,
    trips each contestant (each squats) then tosses stick and wins)
    Everybody cheer...
    ...start boo'ing...
    Everybody "BOO!"
    Referees throw the cheater out and declare all who competed to be winners!


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    BUG (or MOSQUITO) CHEER - slap ramdomly on body


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    FEATHER (or leaf) CHEER - clap till feather reaches ground, throw it up


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    STICK (or book) CHEER - clap till book reaches ground, throw it down


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    CHEEZE CHEER - grab your cheeze, get your grater, "GREAT, GREAT, GREAT..."


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    CLAM CHEER - interlace your fingers, over your head, beat palms together


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    CATCHUP CHEER - everyone knows how hard it is to get ketchup out of a new
    bottle, grab your bottle and slap the bottom


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    HOME ALONE CHEER ***NEW***


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    Cookie cheer ***NEW***

    hold hands out in front of yourself as if you have a cookie in each and as you crumble each cookie say - crumby - crumby - crumby


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    Generic cheer ***NEW***

    "CHEER!"


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    Snow ball cheer ***NEW***

    scoop up some snow, pack it into a ball, throw it.


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    Snow ball cheer, #2 ***NEW***

    scoop up some snow, pack it into a ball, throw it, whistle like bomb falling, "plop"


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    How do y'll feel?

    WE FEEL GOOD,
    OH WE FEEL SO GOOD,
    UGH, UGH, ONE ONE THREE (as in Pack 1 1 3)


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    We've Got Spirit! ***updated***

    We've Got Spirit!
    Yes we do!
    We've Got Spirit!
    How 'bout you?

    We've Got Spirit!
    Yes we do!
    We've Got Spirit!
    We're Troop 2!

    You've Got Spirit!
    Yes you do!
    You Got Spirit!
    From Troop 2!

    You've Got Spirit!
    Yes you do!
    You've Got Spirit
    'cause we gave it to you


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    Team names:
    Dream Team
    Third Herd


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    When the Saints Come Marching In
    C  E    F   G
    
    4^ 5^   5v  6^
    
    Oh when the saints,
    
    
    
    
    C  E    F   G
    
    4^ 5^   5v  6^
    
    Come marching in,
    
    
    
    
    C  E    F   G
    
    4^ 5^   5v  6^
    
    Oh when the saints,
    
    
    
    
    C  E    F    G   E  D
    
    5^ 4^   5^   6^  5^-4v
    
    Come march - ing in,
    
    
    
    
    E  E    D  C    C  E  G  G    G     F
    
    5^ 5^   4v 4^   4^ 5^ 6^ 6^   6^    5v
    
    Oh Lord I  want to be in that num - ber
    
    
    
    
    
    
    E    F   G      E    C       D   C
    
    5^   5v  6^     5^   4^      4v  4^
    
    When the saints come march - ing in.
    
     


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    Jubilate Deo
    D    E    F    D  G     A    Bb   G
    
    Ju - bi - la - te ev - 'ry - bo - dy,
    
    
    
    
    A     Bb  A  G  F  E  D   E    F    E
    
    serve the Lord _ in _ all your ways and
    
    
    
    
    D    E    F    D   G      A    Bb     G
    
    come be - fore his pres - ence sing - ing,
    
    
    
    
    A    Bb  A  G  F  E  D      C#   D
    
    en - ter now _ his _ courts with praise.
    
    
    
    
    hiD hiC Bb   G   hiC Bb A     F
    
    For the Lord our God is gra - cious
    
    
    
    
    Bb  A   G     E  D    E    F      A
    
    and his mer - cy ev - er - last - ing,
    
    
    
    
    hiD  hiC  Bb   G   hiC  Bb   A    F
    
    ju - bi - la - te, ju - bi - la - te,
    
    
    
    
    Bb   A    G    E  D-C# D
    
    ju - bi - la - te De - o.
    


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    Got a Whale of a Tale
    (from JOULES VERN'S 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA)

    Got a whale of a tale to tell you lads,
    A whale of a tale or two,
    'bout the flappin fish and the girls I've loved,
    On nights like this with a moon above,
    A whale of a tale and its all true,
    I swear by my tattoo.

    There was Mermaid Mini,
    Met her down in Madagascar,
    She would kiss me,
    Anytime that I would ask her,
    Then one evening her flame of love blew out,
    Well knock me down and pick me up,
    She swapped me for a trout!

    - refrain -

    There was Typhoon Tessie,
    Met her on the coast of Java,
    When we kissed I bubbled up like molten lava,
    Then she gave me the scare of my young life,
    Well knock me down and pick me up,
    She was the captain's wife!

    - refrain -

    There was harpoon Hannah,
    Had a face that made you shudder,
    Lips like fish hooks,
    And a nose just like a rudder,
    If I kissed her and held her tenderly,
    There's no sea monster big enough to ever frighten me!

    - refrain -


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    The smiling young lady from Myaga
    (from In Harm's Way (with John Wayne))

    The smiling young lady from Myaga

    Went for a ride on a tiger

    And after the ride

    She wound up inside

    With her smile on the face of the tiger


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