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Baloo's Bugle

November 2006 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 13, Issue 4
December 2006 Theme

Theme: Cub Scout Stars
Webelos: Craftsman & Scientist
Tiger Cub
Activities

SONGS

The Stars Tonight
San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach & Verdugo Hills Councils

 (Tune: Deep In The Heart Of Texas)

The stars tonight are outta sight,
(clap, clap, clap, clap)
Here at our Cub pack meeting

The skits Scouts do will amaze you,
(clap, clap, clap, clap)
Here at our Cub pack meeting

The songs they sing will laughter bring
(clap, clap, clap, clap)
Here at our Cub pack meeting

So everyone, come join the fun,
(clap, clap, clap, clap)
Here at our Cub pack meeting

 

Mr. Sun
San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach & Verdugo Hills Councils

Oh Mr. Sun, sun, Mr. Golden Sun
Please shine down on me.
Oh Mr. Sun, sun, Mr. Golden Sun
Hiding behind that tree
_________ is waiting for you

So come on and do the things that you do
Oh Mr. Sun, sun, Mr. Golden Sun
Please shine down on, won't you shine down on
Please shine down on me
Shine down on me!

 

My Blue Heaven

San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach & Verdugo Hills Councils

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

 

Mr. Moon
San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach & Verdugo Hills Councils

Mr. Moon, Mr. Moon,
You're out too soon,
The sun is still in the sky.
Go back to bed
And cover up your head
And wait till the night draws nigh

 

Oh Give Me The Sky
San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach & Verdugo Hills Councils
(Tune: Home On The Range)

Oh, give the sky, where I like to fly.
Where the birds and the airplanes go by..
Where often is heard just a whirlybird.
And the skies are not cloudy all day.

Chorus:

Up, up in the sky.
Where the birds and the insects go by,
Where often it's heard just a whirlybird.
And the skies are not cloudy all day.

How often at night when the skies are bright,
With the light from the glittering stars,
Have I stood here amazed and asked as I gazed,
If I could touch one of those hot stars.

Chorus

Oh, give me a sky where the bright yellow sun,
Glows brightly down long, long sunbeams,
Where graceful white kites, go gliding along
Like white sheets in my silly day dreams.

Chorus

Where the sky is so pure, the west winds so free,
The breezes so balmy and light.
That I could always fly my plane in the sky.
Through all of the big cities bright.

Chorus

By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach & Verdugo Hills Councils

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

Be A Good Scout

San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach & Verdugo Hills Councils

Be a good Scout, and always wear a smile,
Be a good Scout, be cheerful all the while,
It's the creed, yes indeed, that a Scout must practice gaily,

Help those in need--do a Good Turn daily,
Be a good Scout--be Loyal, Clean land brave,
Never say die, just let your banner wave,
On your honor, do your best
When they put you to the test.
And always be a good scout.

 

Ghost Chickens In The Sky
San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach & Verdugo Hills Councils
 (Tune: Ghost Riders In The Sky)

A chicken Farmer went out one dark and windy day
And by the coop he rested 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.
(Squawk Cluck etc.)

This farmer had these chickens since he was twenty four,
Working for the Colonel for thirty years or more
Killing all theses chickens and sending them to fry.
And now they want revenge, ghost chickens in the sky.
(Squawk  Cluck etc.)

Their beaks were black and shining their eyes were burning red
They had no meat or feathers these chickens were dead.
They picked the farmer up and he died by the claw
They cooked him extra crispy, and ate him with cole slaw.

 

Be Your Best
San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach & Verdugo Hills Councils
(same tune of "Be Our Guest")

Be your best, be your best,
Put your body to the test.
Stretch your muscles, raise your heart rate,
And then you take a rest.

Eat good food, stay alive,
Of fruits and vegetables eat five.
Every day you need to eat them;
There is nothing that will beat them.

Brush your teeth, clean your face,
Why don't you join the human race.
You'll enjoy it when you know you look your best.
Come on and get the lead out,
Raise your chin and then shout,
Be your best, be your best, be your best!

 

The Cub Scout Pack
Sam Houston Area Council
 (Tune: Grand Old Flag)

We’re a Cub Scout Pack
We’re a high flying Pack
Down the trail of Akela we go,
From Tiger Cubs to Webelos
As into good Boy Scouts we grow.

Ev’ry Cub is true to the gold and the blue
And he never forgets the fact
That all the fun a boy could want
he can find in a Cub Scout Pack.

 

Down in the Basement
Sam Houston Area Council
Tune: Up on the Housetop

Down in the basement Cub Scouts pause,
They are helping Santa Claus.
Toys, games, and puzzles; goodies, too.
Make children happy, yes they do.
Ho, ho, ho, who wouldn't go
Ho, ho, ho, who wouldn't go,
Out helping Santa, click, click, click.
Try a goodwill project quick, quick, quick.

 

Twelve days of Scouting
Sam Houston Area Council
Tune: 12 Days of Christmas
Have people act out the parts

On the first day of Scouting
Akela Gave to me
A Den Leader swinging from a tree.

On the second day of Scouting
Akela gave to me, Two Roaring Tigers
And a Den Leader swinging from a tree.

…Three Howling Wolves…

…Four Hungry Bears…

…Five We-Be-Los…

…Six Bobbing Bobcats…

…Seven Silly Songs…

…Eight Shouting Cub Scouts…

…Nine Den Chiefs Running…

…Ten Derby Cars…

…Eleven Funny Skits…

…Twelve Wacky Cheers…

 

Christmas Family Vespers
Sam Houston Area Council
 (Tune: O Christmas Tree)

Quietly we join as one,
Thanking God for family fun.
May we now go on our way,
Thankful for another day.
May we always love and share,
Live in peace beyond compare.
As a family may we find
Friendships true with all mankind

 

Magic
San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach & Verdugo Hills Councils

CHORUS:

Magic is the sun that makes a rainbow out of rain.
And Magic keeps the dream alive to try and try again.
Magic is the love that stays when good friends have to leave.
I do believe in Magic, I believe.

When I was young, I thought the stars were made for wishing on.
And every hole deep in a tree must hide a leprechaun.
Old houses all had secret rooms, if one could find the key.
I do believe in Magic, I believe.

CHORUS

Growing up, the grownups said, someday I'd wake to find,
that Magic's just a childhood dream I'd have to leave behind.
Like clothes that would no longer fit, and toys that I'd ignore.
I'd not believe in Magic, anymore.

CHORUS

When I grew up, I learned again, that much to my surprise,
Magic did not fade away, it took a new disguise.
A child, a friend, a smile, a song, the courage to stand tall,
I do believe in magic, after all.

CHORUS

 


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