1 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 124 OF 124 The Incredibly Big Little Book of Scouting and ampfire Songs With hords for Ukulele (6 tuning) A Personal Song Reference Updated: June 2009 Lawnnome s arden 2009
2 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 2 OF 124 ALIE THE AMEL N Alice the camel has ten humps 7 Alice the camel has ten humps Alice the camel has ten humps 7 So go Alice, go. SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 123 OF 124 Worms You Are My Sunshine Zip-A-ee oo-ah years on an iceberg The body text of each song has been formatted using a monospaced font (Bitstream Vera Sans Mono) to allow for easy cutting and pasting into transposing programs that use hordpro format hord harts were created using the ukechorda, ukechordb, ukechord, ukechord fonts and the hordette application available from the camel has no humps (X3)...because Alice is a horse. AMAZIN RAE H Amazing race, how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me, I once was lost but now I'm found, Was blind but now I see. 'T'was grace that taught my heart to fear, And grace my heart relieved, How precious did that grace appear, The hour I first believed. Thru' many dangers, toils and snares, I have already come, 'Tis grace hath brought me safe thus far, And grace will lead me home. When We ve been there ten thousand years Bright shining as the sun We ve no less days to sings od s praise Than when we first begun.
3 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 122 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 3 OF 124 Ping Pong Ball...74 Polly Put The Kettle On...75 Polly Wolly oodle...76 Poor little bug...77 Purple Stew...77 Quartermaster's store...78 Rare Bog, Rattlin' Bog...80 Rock a my soul...81 Rose, Rose...81 Row, row, row...82 Scotland's burning...83 Serasponda...83 Shark Song...84 Shaving ream...85 She'll Be oming Round The Mountain...86 She sat in her hammock...87 Show Me The Way To o Home...88 Sing, Sing A Song...88 Singin In The Rain...89 Sippin' cider...90 Six Little ucks...92 Skip To My Lou...93 Song that never ends...93 Sweet Violets...94 The Swimming Hole...95 Swing Low...95 Ten In The Bed...96 There's a hole in the bottom of the sea...96 There's a Hole in the Bucket...97 This little light...98 This old man...98 Three Blind Mice...99 Three Little Fishies Throw it out the window Tie Me Kangaroo own Sport Tipperary The Titanic To Market, To Market To Morrow Tom The Toad Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Vive l'amour Volcano Waddlee atcha Waltzing Matilda When The Saints o Marching In Working On The Railroad Why doesn't my goose The wise man built his house upon the rock White coral bells Willowbee wallobee wu THE ANTS O MARHIN (Tune: When Johnnie comes marching home) Key of Em ei Em The ants go marching one by one, Hurrah! Hurrah! Em The ants go marching one by one, Hurrah! Hurrah! The ants go marching one by one, Em B7 The little one stops to shoot a gun, horus: Em B7 Em B7 Em And they all go marching down (where?) To the ground (why?) To get out (what?) Of the rain. Boom, boom, boom....two by two...tie his shoe.....three by three...scratch his knee......four by four...shut the door......five by five...scratch a hive......six by six...pick up sticks......seven by seven...go to heaven......eight by eight...shut the gate......nine by nine...toe the line......ten by ten...shout "The End!" APPLES AN BANANAS (I LIKE TO EAT...) N I like to eat. I like to eat. I like to eat, eat 7 Apples and bananas. I like to eat. I like to eat. I like to eat, eat Apples and bananas. (Substitute Vowel sounds)
4 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 4 OF 124 A RAM SAM SAM (A PIZZA HUT) HK A ram sam sam, a ram sam sam uli guli guli guli guli ram sam sam. A ram sam sam, a ram sam sam uli guli guli guli guli ram sam sam. A raffi, a raffi, uli guli guli guli guli ram sam sam. A raffi, a raffi, uli guli guli guli guli ram sam sam. Variation: A Pizza Hut, a Pizza Hut Kentucky Fried hicken and a Pizza Hut A Pizza Hut, a Pizza Hut Kentucky Fried hicken and a Pizza Hut Mconald's, Maconald's Kentucky Fried hicken and a Pizza Hut Mconald's, Maconald's Kentucky Fried hicken and a Pizza Hut SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 121 OF 124 Here We o Round The Beaver Pond He's got the whole world Hey Lollee Home On The Range Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight I've got the joy If you're happy I Am Slowly oing razy I know an old lady who swallowed a fly I love the mountains I stuck my head in a little skunk's hole The itsy bitsy spider I've got tuppence It's cheese It s Raining, It s Pouring Keep on the sunny side Kum ba yah Last night my little spider died Let us sing together Little cottage in the woods Little Peter Rabbit Little rabbit foo foo Little Tommy Tinker London Bridge Lord Baden-Powell Make new friends McTavish Is ead Michael Finnegin Michael Row The Boat Ashore The more we get together Morning Has Broken Morning Town Ride Muffin Man My brother Bill My bonnie lies over the ocean My Name Is Joe My paddle's keen and bright My Old Banjo My uncle Noah Oh Susanna Old Macdonald Olly Olly Olly One elephant One Man Went To Mow On Top Of Spaghetti On Top Of Old Smokey Orchestra Peace like a river Peanut butter and jelly Pease Porridge Hot... 74
5 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 120 OF 124 The Songs... Alice the camel...2 Amazing race...2 The ants go marching...3 Apples and Bananas (I like to eat...)...3 A ram sam sam (a pizza hut)...4 Are you sleeping (Frere Jacques)...5 Auld Lang Syne...5 An Austrian went yodeling...7 Baby Bumble bee...7 Beachcomber song...8 Beaver In The Pond...8 Beaver Song...9 Bingo...9 Boom hicka Boom...10 A boy and a girl in a little canoe...10 By The Blazing ouncil Firelight...11 amp ooks Soup Surprise...11 amp ranada (Hello Mudda)...12 The amp Leader s Song...14 anadian Vespers...14 lementine...15 ockles And Mussels...16 aisy (bicycle built for two)...17 ead Skunk...18 o-re-mi...19 o Your Ears Hang Low...20 um dum...20 Each campfire lights anew...21 Eddie Brown...21 English Sparrow...22 Ezekiel saw a Wheel...24 Fire's Burning...24 Fish n hips n Vinegar...25 Flea...26 Found a peanut...26 ing ang ooli...27 oin' on a Lion (Bear) hunt...29 rab another hand...30 The grand old uke of York...31 The reen rass rew All Around...32 reat reen obs (opher uts)...33 reen grow the rushes...34 rey squirrel...35 unk, gunk, went the little green frog...35 Happy Wanderer...36 Head, shoulders, knees and toes...37 He Jumped From 40,000 Feet...38 Hello...40 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 5 OF 124 ARE YOU SLEEPIN (FRERE JAQUES) H Are you sleeping, are you sleeping Brother John, Brother John Morning bells are ringing morning bells are ringing ing ding dong. ing ding dong. Frère Jacques, Frère Jacques, ormez vous? ormez vous? Sonnez les matines, Sonnez les matines, in, din, don! in, din, don! AUL LAN SYNE Hb_e Should Auld aquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind A Bm Should Auld aquaintance be forgot, and the days of auld lang syne A For auld lang syne my friend, for auld lang syne Bm Em F#7 Bm We ll take a cup of kindness yet, for the days of auld lang syne
6 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 6 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 119 OF 124 Variation: Here For Fun Tune: Auld Lang Syne a good opening song We re here for fun right from the start, So drop your dignity, Just laugh and sing with all your heart, And show your loyalty. May all your troubles be forgot, May this night be the best Join in the songs we sing tonight, Be happy with the rest. Varaitaion: We're here Tune: Auld Lange Syne K 7 We're here because we're here Because we're here Because we're here 7 We're here because we're here Because we're here Because we're here ZIP-A-EE OO-AH K Zip-a-dee doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay 7 My oh my, what a wonderful day Plenty of sunshine heading my way 7 Zip-a-dee doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay 7 Mister Bluebird s on my shoulder 7 It s the truth, It s ac-shull Everything is satisfac-shull Zip-a-dee doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay 7 Wonderful feeling, wonderful day 40 YEARS ON AN IEBER 40 years on an iceberg out in the ocean wide, Nothing to wear but pyjamas, nothing to do but slide, The weather was cold and icy, The frost began to bite, I had to hug a polar bear to keep me warm at night!
7 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 118 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 7 OF 124 WORMS Nobody loves me, everybody hates me Think I'll go and eat worms, Long thin skinny ones, short fat juicy ones, Watch them wriggle and squirm. You bite their heads off, suck their guts out Throw their skins away And nobody knows how well we'll live On worms three times a day. Long thin skinny ones slip down easily Big fat juicy ones stick, Hold your head back, squeeze their tail And the juice goes click, click, click. YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE AHL A You are my sunshine, my only sunshine A You make me happy when skies are gray A You'll never know dear, how much I love you E7 A Please don't take my sunshine away The other night dear, as I lay sleeping I dreamed I held you in my arms But when I awoke dear, I was mistaken And I hung my head and cried I'll always love you and make you happy, If you will only say the same, But if you leave me to love another, You'll regret it all some day. You told me once, dear, you really loved me, And no one else could come between. But now you've left me and love another, You have shattered all my dreams. AN AUSTRIAN WENT YOELIN H Oh an Austrian went yodeling on a mountaintop high. When along came a cuckoo bird interupting his cry. horus: O-lay-ah O lay ah kakaya, O lay ah kuckoo O lay ah kakaya, O lay ah kuckoo O lay ah kakaya, O lay ah kuckoo O lay ah kakaya, O....avalanche......Billy goat......jersey cow......saint Bernard......two lovers......a mother... BABY BUMBLE BEE K I'm bringing home a baby bumble bee. 7 Won't my mommy be so proud of me. I'm bringing home a baby bumble bee. Oops! He stung me....squishing up...he s all over me...licking up...he s inside of me...throwing up...oh, what a mess.
8 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 8 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 117 OF 124 BEAHOMBER SON Key of Em ei Em B7 Part I: Roll, wash, wash... Part II: Em B7 Yo ho ho, Em B7 Anybody home Em B7 Meat nor drink, Em B7 Nor money have I none. Em B7 Em B7 But I will be happy. BEAVER IN THE PON Tune: Farmer in the ell (An English Beaver Scout song) Formation: ircle with one "beaver" in middle FJ F The Beaver in the pond, The beaver in the pond 7 F Heigh-ho the derry-o, The beaver in the pond. Verses: The beaver picks a mate, etc The mate picks a kit, etc The kit picks a squirrel, etc The squirrel picks an owl, etc They all pick a branch, etc (For the final verse, all the Beavers still outside the circle move in and pack up tightly but gently with the others to form a dam) WHITE ORAL BELLS AL (2 part round) A E7 A White coral bells E7 A Upon a slender stalk, A E7 A Lillies of the valley E7 A eck my garden walk. A E7 A Oh, don't you wish E7 A That you could hear them ring? E7 That will happen A E7 A Only when the fairies sing. WILLOWBEE WALLOBEE WU H Willowbee wallobee wu, An elephant sat on you. Willowbee wallobee wee, An elephant sat on me. (Repeat using names of those present.)
9 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 116 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 9 OF 124 WHY OESN'T MY OOSE N (4 part round) 7 Why doesn't my goose 7 Sing as well as thy goose 7 When I paid for my goose 7 Twice as much as thine? BEAVER SON from England chanted rather than sung. ** indicates chorus= make beaver teeth and suck to make a clicky beaver sound to the same rhythm as the verse. Beavers 1, Beavers all, let's all do the Beaver call * * *** **** ** Beavers 2, Beavers 3, let's all climb the Beaver tree * * *** **** ** Beavers 4, Beavers 5, let's all do the Beaver jive * * *** **** ** Beavers 6, Beavers 7, let's all go to Beaver heaven * * *** **** ** Beavers 8, Beavers 9, Stop! It's Beaver time!!! (Jump into the air) THE WISE MAN BUILT HIS HOUSE UPON THE ROK H The wise man built his house upon the rock, The wise man built his house upon the rock, The wise man built his house upon the rock, And the rains came a tumblin' down. The rains came down and the floods came up (X3) And the house on the rock stood firm. The foolish man built his house upon the sand (X3) And the rains came a tumblin' down. BINO There was a farmer had a dog And Bingo was his name-0 B I N O B I N O Em Am B I N O 7 And Bingo was his name-o. (Repeat, cumulatively clapping in place of successive letters.) The rains came down and the floods came up (X3) And the house on the sand fell flat.
10 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 10 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 115 OF 124 BOOM HIKA BOOM I said a-boom-chick-a-boom! [roup echoes.] I said a-boom-chick-a-boom! [roup echoes.] I said a-boom-chick-a-rock-a-chick-a-rock-a-chick-aboom! [roup echoes.] Uh-huh! [roup echoes.] On Yeah! [roup echoes.] This time! [roup echoes.] We sing! [roup echoes.] HIHER! Each time a leader adds a different variation such as: LOWER, WHISPER, LOUER, TONUE-IN-HEEK, ROOVY (OOL). A BOY AN A IRL IN A LITTLE ANOE H A boy and a girl in a little canoe With the moon shining all around. And as they plied their paddles, They didn't even make a sound. They talked and they talked Till the moon grew dim. He said, "You better kiss me, Or get out and swim." A boy all alone in a little canoe With the girl swimming all around. Repeat with gender switched. Repeat with the paddle floating all around. WORKIN ON THE RAILROA KHI I've been working on the railroad All the livelong day I've been working on the railroad 7 Just to pass the time away an't you hear the whistle blowing B7 Rise up so early in the morn an't you hear the captain shouting 7 inah, blow your horn inah, won't you blow, inah, won't you blow 7 inah, won't you blow your horn inah, won't you blow, inah, won't you blow 7 inah, won't you blow your horn Someone's in the kitchen with inah 7 Someone's in the kitchen I know Someone's in the kitchen with inah 7 Strumming on the old banjo, 7 Fie, fi, fiddly i o, Fie, fi, fiddly i o Fie, fi, fiddly i o 7 Strumming on the old banjo
11 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 114 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 11 OF 124 WHEN THE SAINTS O MARHIN IN NF Oh, when the Saints go marching in, 7 Oh, when the Saints go marching in, F Lord, I want to be in that number, 7 When the Saints go marching in. And if the sun refuse to shine... BY THE BLAZIN OUNIL FIRELIHT (tune: Till we meet again) AH A By the blazing Scouting firelight We have met in fellowship tonight Round about the whispering trees A uard our golden memories A And so before we close our eyes to sleep Let us pledge each other that we'll keep Scouting friendships strong and deep A Till we meet again. (Hum tune and resume singing from "And so before...") AMP OOKS SOUP SURPRISE Tune: "Supercalifragilisticexpialodocious" Oh, chicken lips and lizard hips and alligator eyes, Monkey legs and buzzard eggs, and salamander thighs, Rabbit ears and camel rears, and tasty toenail pies, Stir them altogether, it s the amp ook s soup surprise!
12 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 12 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 113 OF 124 AMP RANAA (HELLO MUA) eaf Hello Mudda, Hello Fadda Here I am at amp ranada amp is very entertaining Em And they say we ll have some fun if it stops raining I went hiking with Joe Spivey He developed poison ivy You remember Leonard Skinner Em He got ptomaine poisoning last night after dinner All the counselors, hate the waiters And the lake has alligators And the head coach,wants no sissies Em So he reads to us from something called Ulysses Now I don t want, this should scare ya But my bunkmate has malaria You remember, Jeffrey Hardy Em They re about to organize a searching party Am Em Take me home, oh Mudda Fadda Am Em Take me home, I hate ranada WALTZIN MATILA NF 7 F Once a jolly swagman camped by a billabong 7 Under the shade of a coolabah tree 7 And he sang as he watched and waited F till his billy boiled 7 Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? horus: F Waltzing Matilda, waltzing Matilda 7 Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? 7 And he sang as he watched and waited F till his billy boiled 7 Who'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me? own came a jumbuck to drink at the billabong Up jumped the swagman and grabbed him with glee And he sang as he shoved that jumbuck in his tucker bag You'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me (horus) Up rode the squatter, mounted on his thoroughbred own came the troopers One, Two, Three Where's that jolly jumbuck you've got in your tuckerbag? You'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me. (horus) Up jumped the swagman and sprang into that billabong "You'll never take me alive" said he And his ghost may be heard as you pass by that billabong You'll come a-waltzing Matilda with me. (horus)
13 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 112 OF 124 WALEE ATHA N Waddlee atcha, waddlee atcha, 7 doodle dee doo, doodle dee doo 7 Waddlee atcha, waddlee atcha, doodle dee doo, doodle dee doo Some folks say that there ain't nothing to it. All you got to do is just doodle dee do it. 7 I like the rest, but the part I like best goes oodle dee doodle dee, doodle dee doo! SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 13 OF 124 F on t leave me out in the forest where Em I might get eaten by a bear Am Em Am Em Take me home, I promise I will not make noise Or mess the house with other boys F Oh please don t make me stay F Em I ve been here one whole day (stop) earest Fadda, darling Mudda How s my precious, little brudda Let me come home, if you miss me Em I would even let Aunt Bertha hug and kiss me Wait a minute, it stopped hailing uys are swimming, guys are sailing Playing baseball, gee that s betta Em Mudda, fadda, kindly disregard this letta
14 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 14 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 111 OF 124 THE AMP LEAER S SON (Tune: Mr. Sandman ) Hey, roup Leader, bring us a dream Please bring us children who never scream, Please make them listen and make them polite And have them go to sleep when we turn out the light Hey, roup Leader, I'm never alone, ain't got no bedroom to call my own so please turn on your flashlight beam Hey, roup Leader, bring us a dream. Hey, roup Leader, I've had enough I'm going crazy, I need a day off We've had two tick bites and lots of mosquitos And I can't get these kids to change their clothes Hey, roup Leader, one wet the bed Another one's sick with a pain in her head. One's got poison ivy, one wants to go home And this one's hair really needs a comb Hey, roup Leader, (yessssss), The tents are a mess These kids are horrors and they want my address I'd send them all home if I could But they love it here in the bush ANAIAN VESPERS Tune: Oh hristmas Tree Softly falls the light of day, as our campfire fades away Silently each Scout should ask, have I done my daily task? Have I kept my honour bright, will I guiltless sleep tonight? Have I done and have I dared, everything to be prepared? VOLANO AL A A Earth she movin' under me. (echo) A E7 A Tidal wave go out to sea. (echo) A A Sulpher smoke up in the sky. (echo) A E7 A Pretty soon we learn to fly. (echo) horus: I don't know, Oh, oh, oh, A I don't know, Oh, oh, oh, E7 A I don't know where I'm gonna go E7 A When the volcano blows. My girl quickly say to me Man you better watch your feet. Lava comin' down soft and hot. You better love a me now or love a me not. No time to count what I'm worth 'ause I just left the planet earth. Where I'm goin', I hope there's fun Not to worry, the monsoon come.
15 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 110 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 15 OF 124 VIVE L'AMOUR Ke Let every good fellow Now join in the song, 7 Vive la companie! Success to each other, And pass it along, 7 Vive la companie! horus: Vive la, vive la, vive l'amour, 7 Vive la, vive la, vive l'amour, Em Vive l'amour, vive l'amour, 7 Vive la companie! Hey! A friend on your left, And a friend on your right, Vive la companie! In love and good fellowship, Let us unite, Vive la companie! Now wider and wider Our circle expands, Vive la companie! We sing to our comrades In far away lands, Vive la companie! LEMENTINE H In a cavern, in a canyon Excavating for a mine Lived a miner forty-niner And his daughter, lementine Refrain: Oh, my darling, oh, my darling Oh, my darling lementine You are lost and gone forever readful sorry, lementine Light she was, and like a fairy, And her shoes were number nine, Herring boxes without topses, Sandals were for lementine. rove she ducklings to the water, Ev'ry morning just at nine, Hit her foot against a splinter, Fell into the foaming brine. Ruby lips above the water, Blowing bubbles soft and fine, But alas, I was no swimmer, Neither was my lementine. In a churchyard near the canyon, Where the myrtle boughs entwine, row the roses in their posies, Fertilised by lementine. Then, the miner, forty-niner, Soon began to fret and pine, Thought he oughter join his daughter, So he's now with lementine. In my dreams she still doth haunt me, Robed in garments soaked with brine, Then she rises from the waters, And I kiss my lementine. How I missed her, how I missed her, How I missed my lementine, Til I kissed her little sister, And forgot my lementine.
16 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 16 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 109 OF 124 OKLES AN MUSSELS H In ublin's fair city, where the girls are so pretty, A I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone, As she pushed her wheel barrow, Through streets broad and narrow, rying cockles and mussels alive, alive, Oh! horus: Alive, alive, Oh! Alive, alive, Oh! rying cockles and mussels alive, alive, Oh! She was a fishmonger, but it sure was no wonder, For so were her father and mother before, And they each pushed their wheel-barrow, Through streets broad and narrow, rying cockles and mussels alive, alive, Oh! She died of a fever, and no one could save her, And that was the end of sweet Molly Malone; Her ghost wheels her barrow, Through streets broad and narrow, rying cockles and mussels alive, alive, Oh! TOM THE TOA Tune: Oh hristmas Tree horus: Oh Tom the toad, Oh Tom the toad, Why did you go out on the road? You were my friend and new you're dead You wear the mark of tire tread (horus) You did not see the coming car And now you're stretched out on the tar (horus) You hopped out to the yellow line And now you're just a streak of slime (horus) TWINKLE, TWINKLE, LITTLE STAR FN F Twinkle, twinkle little star F 7 How I wonder what you are 7 7 Up above the sky so bright 7 7 Like a diamond in the night F Twinkle, twinkle little star F 7 How I wonder what you are
17 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 108 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 17 OF 124 And get to Morrow by tonight, if there is no delay?" "Well, well," said he to me, "and I've got no more to say; an't get anywhere tomorrow and get back again today!" Said I, "I guess you know it all, but kindly let me say: How can I get to Morrow if I leave this town today?" Said he, "You can not go to Morrow any more today, For the train that goes to Morrow is a mile upon its way." I was so disappointed I was mad enough to swear; The train had gone to Morrow, and had left me standing there. That man was right in telling me I was a howling jay; I could not go to Morrow, so I guess in town I'll stay. AISY (BIYLE BUILT FOR TWO) FMWJdN F F7 Bb F aisy, aisy, give me your answer do, 7 F m 7 7 I m half crazy, all for the love of you F It won t be a stylish marriage, Bb F 7 I can t afford a carriage F 7 F 7 But you ll look sweet, upon the seat, F 7 F Of a bicycle built for two. Michael, Michael, here is my answer true, I can t cycle, it makes me feel so blue, If you can t afford a carriage, There ll be no flaming marriage For I ll be blowed, if I ll be stowed, On a bicycle built for two.
18 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 18 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 107 OF 124 EA SKUNK AE A E rossing the highway late last night, A Should ve looked left and he should ve looked right A E idn t see the station wagon car A So the skunk got squashed and there you are horus A E You ve got your dead skunk in the middle of the road A ead skunk in the middle of the road A E ead skunk in the middle of the road A Stinkin to high heaven Well you ve got your dead cat and you ve got your dead dog. In the moonlit night you ve got your dead toad frog You ve got your dead rabbit and your dead raccoon, The blood and the guts are gonna make you swoon. TO MORROW NFKkAE I started on a journey, F about a year ago 7 7 To a little town called "Morrow" in the state of Ohio. I've never been much of a traveler, F and I really didn't know F 7 That Morrow was the hardest place I'd ever try to go. Am Em Am Em So I went down to the station for my ticket and applied Am Em m7 7 For tips regarding Morrow, not expecting to be guyed. F Said I, "My friend, I'd like to go to Morrow and return F 7 No later than tomorrow, for I haven't time to burn." Said he to me, "Now let me see if I have heard you right: You'd like to go to Morrow and and return tomorrow night? You should have gone to Morrow yesterday and back today, For the train that goes to Morrow is a mile upon its way. If you had gone to Morrow yesterday, now don't you see, You could have gone to Morrow and returned today at three; For the train today to Morrow, if the schedule is right, Today it goes to Morrow and returns tomorrow night. Said I, "My friend, it seems to me you're talking through your hat; There is a town named 'Morrow' on the line, now tell me that!" "There is," said he, "but take from me a quiet little tip: To go from here to Morrow is a fourteen-hour trip. The train today to Morrow leaves today at eight thirty-five, At half past ten tomorrow is the time it should arrive. So if from here to Morrow is a fourteen-hour jump, an you go today to Morrow and get back today, you chump?" Said I, "I'd like to go to Morrow, but can't I go today
19 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 106 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 19 OF 124 Now randfather Brown's hair was all falling out He went to the barber and started to shout "Oh please is there something to keep my hair in?" "Of course" said the barber, "Why not use a tin?" My old friend Big Jim had a watch made of gold One day he swallowed it, so I am told Now he takes Epsom Salts three times a day And he just sits while time passes away. The butcher was cleaning the back of his shop He paused for a moment to lean on his mop He sat on the slicing machine with a jerk And then found he got all behind in his work. A fellow I know ate a packet of seeds And in a few weeks he was covered in weeds But sadder to say, as the time came to pass He found that he couldn't sit down on his grass. A fellow named Humphrey went down to the sea He was changing his swimmers behind a big tree A dog chased him out and the people did stare And the kids all yelled Look Mum, there s Humphrey B Bear. O-RE-MI KAB oe a deer a female deer 7 Ray a drop of golden sun Me a name I call myself 7 Far a long long way to run Sew a needle pulling thread A Lah a note to follow Soh B Tea a drink, with jam and bread 7 That will lead us back to doh...
20 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 20 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 105 OF 124 O YOUR EARS HAN LOW o your ears hang low, do they wobble to and fro an you tie them in a knot, can you tie them in a bow, an you swing them over your shoulder like a regimental soldier o your ears hang low? o your ears stand out, do they wobble all about o they stretch from east to west, do they always look their best, an you pass the peanut butter with a flutter, flutter, flutter, o your ears stand out? o your ears stand high, do they reach up to the sky, o they hang down when they're wet, do they stand up when they're dry, an you semaphore your neighbour with a minimum of labour o your ears stand high? UM UM H um dum dee dee, e dum dum dee dee, e dum dum dee dee dee dum, um dum dee dee, e dum dum dee dee, e dum dum dee dee dee dum, TO MARKET, TO MARKET NF F To market, to market went my brother Jim F 7 When somebody threw a tomato at him 7 F Now tomatoes are soft and they don't bruise the skin 7 But this one killed Jim, it was wrapped in a tin. Mary the milkmaid was milking the cow, The trouble with Mary, she didn't know how. Along came the farmer and gave her the sack So she turned the cow over and poured the milk back. I called on my girlfriend, her name was Miss Brown She was having a shower and couldn't come down. I said "Slip on something, be down in a tick" So she slipped on the soap and by gum she was quick. I looked out my window early one morn And there was a tramp, he was eating the lawn I said "If you're hungry you're on the wrong track The grass is much longer around at the back" One day in a rest'rant my soup was quite thin I noticed a cockroach was swimming therein. I cried to the waiter, "What's this I can see?" And he said, "It looks like the backstroke to me." A lady of beauty went down to the beach In a topless bikini she looked quite a peach Her ego it suffered a terrible stroke When a man passing by said, "Hey, Mac! ot a smoke?"
21 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 104 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 21 OF 124 THE TITANI NFKJ (tacet) 7 F Oh they built the ship, Titanic, to sail the ocean blue, And they thought they had a ship, 7 7 The water would never go through, 7 But the Lord s almighty hand, F Said that the ship would never land, 7 7 It was sad when that great ship went down. horus F It was sad (so sad), It was sad (so sad), 7 It was sad when that great ship went down. (to the bottom of) 7 F Husbands and wives, little children lost their lives, 7 It was sad when that great ship went down. Oh they sailed from England s shore, 'Bout a thousand miles or more, When the rich refused to associate with the poor, So they put them down below, Where they d be the first to go, It was sad when that great ship went down. (horus) Oh, the boat was full of sin, And the sides were about to burst, When the captain shouted Women and children first, Oh the captain tried to wire, but the lines were all on fire, It was sad when that great ship went down. (horus) Oh, they swung the lifeboats out, O er the deep and raging sea, And the band struck up with.. Nearer, my od to Thee, Little children wept and cried, As the waves swept o er the side, It was sad when that great ship went down. (horus) EAH AMPFIRE LIHTS ANEW KLa Each campfire lights anew 7 The flame of friendship true. E7 Am The joy we've had in knowing you 7 Will last a whole life through. EIE BROWN K 7 Eddie utchie atcha amma Terry Nerry Toka Noka Samma amma Whacky Brown. Who? 7 Eddie utchie atcha amma Terry Nerry Toka Noka Samma amma Whacky Brown Fell into the well, Fell into the well, 7 Fell into the deep, dark well. 7 7 Susie Brown, milking in the barn, 7 Saw him fall, and went inside 7 To tell her mom that... Susie's mom, making crackling bread, Went outside, to tell old Joe That Susie said that...
22 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 22 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 103 OF 124 Then old Joe laid aside his plow, rabbed his cane, and hobbled into town To say that... From the town, everybody came, What a shame! It took so long To say his name that... ENLISH SPARROW N I wish I was a little English sparrow (English sparrow) 7 Oh I wish I was a little English sparrow (English sparrow) I would sit upon the steeple and PTTHH on all the people Oh I wish I was a little English sparrow (English sparrow). TIPPERARY K It's a long way to Tipperary, It's a long way to go It's a long way to Tipperary 7 To the sweetest girl I know ood-bye Piccadilly, Farewell Leicester Square It's a long, long way to Tipperary, 7 But my heart's right there I wish I was a little stripey skunk etc I'd sit among the trees and perfume all the breeze, etc I wish I was a little can of oke etc I'd go down with a slurp and come up with a burp, etc. I wish I was a little mosquito etc I'd buzzy and I'd bitey under everybody's nightie, etc I wish I was a fishy in the sea etc I'd swim about so cutey, without my bathing suity etc. I wish I was a little cake of soap etc I'd slippey and I d slidey over everyone s backsidey etc. I wish I was a little running shower etc All the sights that you would see, if you were only me etc. I wish I was a little cake of soap etc I'd slippey and I d slidey over everyone s backsidey etc. Oh I wish I were a little bitty orange Oh I'd go squirty squirty squirty over everybody's shirtey Oh I wish I were a little hunk of mud Oh I'd ooey and I'd gooey under everybody's shoey
23 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 102 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 23 OF 124 TIE ME KANAROO OWN SPORT H (The first verse is spoken/narrated ) There's an old Australian stockman - lying, dying... And he gets himself up onto one elbow And turns to his mates who are all gathered around And he says... Tie me kangaroo down, sport, tie me kangaroo down Tie me kangaroo down, sport, tie me kangaroo down Watch me wallabies feed, mate, watch me wallabies feed They're a dangerous breed, mate, watch me wallabies feed. (altogether now...) Keep me cockatoo cool, url, keep me cockatoo cool on't go acting the fool, url, just keep me cockatoo cool. Take me koala back, Mack, take me koala back He lives somewhere out on the track, Mack, take me koala back. Let me Abo s go loose, Lou, Let me Abo s go loose. (some use Wombats to be P.) They're of no further use, Lou, So let me Abo s go loose. Mind me platypus duck, Bill, mind me platypus duck on't let him go running amok, Bill, mind me platypus duck. Play your didgeridoo, Blue, play your didgeridoo Keep playing 'till I shoot through, Blue, play your didgeridoo Tan me hide when I'm dead, Fred, tan me hide when I'm dead So they tanned his hide when he died, lyde, And that's it hangin' on the shed! Oh I wish I were a little foreign car Oh I'd go beepy beepy beepy down everybody's streety Oh I wish I was a tin of baked beans, baked beans, I'd go down as a clump, and come back as a lump, Oh I wish I was a tin of baked beans. Oh I wish I was a little green latrine, green latrine, I'd smell out all the camp, especially when I'm damp, Oh I wish I were a little candle flame, Oh I'd be so very bright, and I'd go out every night. Oh I wish I were a little safety pin, And everything that's busted, I would hold until I rusted, Oh I wish I were a little kangaroo, Oh, I'd hippy and I'd hoppy inside my mommy's pockie, Oh I wish I were a spoon of astor Oil, Oh, I'd lubricate the chassis of all the lads and lassies, Oh I wish a were a little water bed, Oh, I'd wobble and I'd wiggle and make the sleepers giggle, Oh, I wish I were a little onion I'd yelly and I'd smelly inside everybody's belly Oh I wish I were a little green pea, I'd go skatey skatey skatey over everybody's platey, Oh, I wish I were a little red orvette For I'd stay out late at night, and a guy would hold me tight, Oh, I wish I were a little slippery root 'ause I'd stick up in the trail, and I'd flop you on your tail, Oh, I wish I were a monkey in the zoo 'ause I'd sit up on a shelf, and I'd scratch my little self, Oh, I wish I were a little beddy bug I'd go bitey, bitey, bitey, under everybody's nightie Oh, I wish I were a little piece of glass I'd go cutty, cutty, cutty and make everybody bloody
24 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 24 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 101 OF 124 EZEKIEL SAW A WHEEL K (Up to 8 part round) Ezekiel saw two wheels a rollin' 7 Way in the middle of the air E A wheel within a wheel a rollin' 7 Way in the middle of the air. The little one ran by faith 7 And the big one ran by the grace of od A wheel within a wheel a rollin' 7 Way in the middle of the air. THROW IT OUT THE WINOW HK Mary had a little lamb Whose fleece was white as snow, And everywhere that Mary went... She threw it out the window! The window, The second story window. And everywhere that Mary went, 7 She threw it out the window! (Repeat with other nursery rhymes.) FIRE'S BURNIN sa as a 2-part round, start the second group at the first "raw" As a 4-part round, start the third group at the first "In" and the last on ome Fire's burning, fire's burning F#m raw nearer, draw nearer, A In the gloaming, in the gloaming F#m ome sing and be merry.
25 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 100 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 25 OF 124 THREE LITTLE FISHIES H 7 7 own in the meadow in a little bitty pool 7 7 Swam three little fishies and a mamma fishie too 7 #7 "Swim" said the mamma fishie "Swim if you can" they swam and they swam all over the dam. horus Boop boop dit-tem dat-tem what-tem hu! Boop boop dit-tem dat-tem what-tem hu! Boop boop dit-tem dat-tem what-tem hu! And they fam and they fam all over de dam. "Stop" said the mamma fishie "or you'll get lost" But the 3 little fishies didn't want to be bossed So the 3 little fishies went off on a spree And they swam and they swam right out to the sea. horus And they swam and they swam right out to the sea. "Whee" said the little fishes "here's a lot of fun We'll swim in the sea till the day is done" So they swam and they swam and it was a lark Till all of a sudden they saw a shark! FISH N HIPS N VINEAR H Fish and chips and vinegar, Vinegar, vinegar, Fish and chips and vinegar, Pepper, pepper, pepper salt. One bottle of pop, two bottle of pop Three bottle of pop, four bottle of pop Five bottle of pop, six bottle of pop Seven, seven bottle of pop. on't throw trash in my backyard My backyard, my backyard, on't throw trash in my backyard. My backyard s full. horus Till aw of a tudden dey taw a tark! "Help" cried the little fishies "Look at the whales!" And quick as they could turned on their tails And back to the pool in the meadow they swam And they swam and they swam back over the dam. horus And dey fam and dey fam bat over de dam.
26 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 26 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 99 OF 124 FLEA (Echo each line) Flea Flea fly Flea fly flo Vista umala, cumala, cumala vista No, no, no, no not the vista Eenie meeny decimeeny oowalla wallameeny Exameeny solomeeny oowalla wah. Bobo skiwatton datton wadotton chow. Beet belly oton doton bobo badeten dotton Sh sh sh sh FOUN A PEANUT THREE BLIN MIE Three (indicate 3 fingers) blind (cover eyes with hand) mice (run fingers up the other arm) x2 See (fingers over eyebrows) how they run (run fingers up other arm) x2 They all run (run fingers up other arm) after the farmers wife (make curvy shape) Who cut off (slashing action) their tails (cut off your tail) with a carving knife (cut throat) id you ever see (hand over eyebrows) such a thing in your life (indicate surprise) As three (indicate 3 fingers) blind (cover eyes with hand) mice (run fingers up the other arm) H Found a peanut (x3) Just now. Just now I found a peanut, Found a peanut just now. Broke it open... It was rotten... Ate it anyway... ot sick... Threw up... alled the doctor... Operation... ied anyway... Went to heaven... Too full... Went to the other place... Found a peanut...
27 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 98 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 27 OF 124 THIS LITTLE LIHT FLaN This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine. F This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine. E7 Am This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine. 7 Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine. Hide it under a bushel? No! I'm gonna let it shine... Shine all over Iowa! I'm gonna let it shine... on't let Satan whoosh it out! I'm gonna let it shine... THIS OL MAN AL A This old man, he played one E7 He played knick knack on my gun. horus: A With a knick knack paddy whack ive a dog a bone. E7 A This old man came rolling home. Other Verses: Two...shoe Four...door Six...sticks Eight...gate Ten...in the den Three...knee Five...hive Seven...heaven Nine...down the line IN AN OOLI AH ing gang gooli gooli gooli gooli wash wash A ing gang goo, ging gang goo ing gang gooli gooli gooli gooli wash wash A ing gang goo, ging gang goo Heyla, oh heyla sheyla, oh heyla sheyla, heyla ho-o Heyla, oh heyla sheyla, oh heyla sheyla, heyla ho. A A Shallawally, shallawally, shallawally, shallawally, Oompah, oompah, oompah. (Sing through together then divide group into 2 parts, one sings words, others go Oompah, oompah. All rejoin at "Heyla") 3rd verse: "Words" now sing "Oompah" and the "Oompahs" sing the words. BAKROUN: uring the 1st World Jamboree, B-P was looking for a song that everyone could ding no matter what their language was. ing ang ooli was the result. The Story of ing ang ooli In deepest darkest Africa there is a legend concerning the reat rey host Elephant. Every year after the rains, the great grey ghost elephant arose from the mists and wandered through the land at dawn. When he came to a village he would stop and sniff the air, then he would either go around the village or through it. If he went around the village they would have a prosperous year, if he went through the village there would be hunger and drought. The village of Wat-ha had been visited 3 years in a row by the elephant and things were very bad indeed. The
28 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 28 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 97 OF 124 village leader, ing-anga was very worried, as was the medicine man Hayla-Shay. Together they decided to do something about the problem. Now, ing-anga and his warriors were huge men with big shields and spears. They decided to stand in the way of the elephant and shake their shields and spears at it to frighten it away. Hayla-Shay was going to cast magic spells to deter the elephant by shaking their medicine bags as the elephant approached, which made the sound shalli-walli shalli-walli. Very early in the morning of the day the reat rey host Elephant came, the villagers gathered at the edge of the village. On one side were ing-anga and his warriors (indicate that group) and on the other side was Hayla-Shay and his followers (indicate that group). As they waited the warriors sang softly about their leader ing gang gooli gooli gooli gooli watch-a ging gang goo, ging gang goo (and repeat). As they waited, the medicine men sang of their leader Hayla, haylashayla, hayla-shayla, hayla oh etc. And they shook their medicine bags shalli-walli shalli-walli shalliwalli shalli-walli. And from the river came the reat rey host Elephants reply oompah oompah oompah oompah. The great elephant came closer, so the warriors beat their shields and sang louder (stand, clap and beat thighs in time) ging gang gooli etc Then the medicine men arose and sang loudly (stand and do same action) hayla hayla-shayla etc. And they shook their medicine bags shalli-wally etc. And the mighty elephant turned aside and went around the village saying oompah oompah oompah oompah. There was great rejoicing in the village and all people came together to sing. (now put the whole song together with the elephants chanting oompah. hange sides so singers now do oompahs). The story The reat rey host Elephant was written by orothy Unterschutz, a Scouter from Edmonton, anada. It was first published in opyright is not violated if using this resource for non-profit campfire purposes. THERE'S A HOLE IN THE BUKET H There's a hole in the bucket, dear Liza, dear Liza There's a hole in the bucket, dear Liza, a hole Then fix it, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry Then fix it, dear Henry, dear Henry, fix it! With what shall I mend it dear Liza...with what. With a straw dear Henry...with a straw The straw is too long dear Liza...too long. Well cut it dear Henry... cut it With what shall I cut it dear Liza... with what A knife dear Henry... a knife The knife is too dull...too dull Well sharpen it dear Henry... hone it On what shall I sharpen it ear Liza... on what On a stone dear Henry...on a stone But the stone is too dry dear Liza... too dry Well wet it dear Henry... wet it With what shall I wet it dear Liza...with what Try water dear Henry... use water In what shall I get it...in what In a bucket dear Henry...in a bucket But there's a hole in the bucket...
29 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 96 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 29 OF 124 TEN IN THE BE There were ten in the bed, and the little one said, "Roll over, roll over." So they all rolled over and one fell out RASH! There were nine in the bed, and the little one said, "Roll over, roll over." So they all rolled over and one fell out.. [ontinue, until you get to none, or at one left, have them fall in till the bed is full again] THERE'S A HOLE IN THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA NF 7 There's a hole in the bottom of the sea. There's a hole in the bottom of the sea. F There's a hole, there's a hole, 7 There's a hole in the bottom of the sea. OIN' ON A LION (BEAR) HUNT (Audience echos each line) You can also have audience sets up clap or slap legs to the rhythm oin' on a lion hunt. oin to catch a big one. I'm not afraid. Look, what's up ahead? Mud! an't go over it. an't go under it. an't go around it. otta go through it. (Make sloshing sounds and move hands as if slogging.) Following verses: Sticks. [Snap fingers.] Tree. [Make gestures climbing up and down.] ate. [Make gate-opening gestures.] River. [make swimming gestures.] ave. [o in it and find lion. Reverse all motions quicky to get home.] There's a log in the hole in the bottom of the sea......bump on the log......frog on the bump......wart on the frog......hair on the wart......flea on the hair......gnat on the flea......nit on the gnat...
30 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 30 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 95 OF 124 RAB ANOTHER HAN AL A E7 rab another hand A rab a hand next to you A E7 rab another hand as you sing La, la. A E7 rab another hand A rab a hand next to you A E7 rab another hand as you sing- sing la horus: A E7 La la la la A La la l'alleluia A E7 Al la la la l'alleluia A E7 Al la la la A La la l'alleluia A E7 A La la la la l'alle-leluia. Scratch another back... Hug another friend... Tweek another cheek... THE SWIMMIN HOLE KHI Swimming, swimming, in the swimming hole. 7 When days are hot, When days are cold, 7 In my swimming hole. B7 Side stroke, Breast stroke, Fancy diving too. 7 Oh don't you wish we didn t have anything else to do [Repeat, humming the first line, singing the rest. Repeat again, humming the first 2 lines, singing the rest, and so on until the whole song is hummed. Then sing through] SWIN LOW HK horus: Swing low, sweet chariot, oming for to carry me home, 7 Swing low, sweet chariot, oming for to carry me home, I looked over Jordon, and what did I see, oming for to carry me home, A band of angels coming after me, oming for to carry me home, If you get to heaven before I do, oming for to carry me home, Tell all of my friends that I am coming too, oming for to carry me home.
31 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 94 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 31 OF 124 SWEET VIOLETS H There once was a farmer who took a young Miss In back of a barn where he gave her a Lecture on horses, chickens, and eggs. And told her that she had such beautiful Manners that suited a girl of her charms, A girl that he wanted to take in his Washing and ironing, then if she did, They could get married and raise lots of... horus: Sweet violets. Sweeter than all the roses. overed all over from head to toe. overed all over with sweet violets. THE RAN OL UKE OF YORK NF 7 The grand old uke of York 7 He had ten thousand men. 7 F He marched them all right up the hill, 7 And marched them down again. 7 Oh, when you're up, you're up. 7 And when you're down, you're down. 7 F But when you're only half way up, 7 You're neither up nor down. Actions: Every time you sing the word "up", stand up. When you sing the word "down", sit down. On "half-way up", stand up with knees bent. Repeat the song a number of times, getting faster. To totally confuse everyone, reverse the actions (e.g. sit down on "up", stand up on "down"!) The girl told the farmer that he'd better stop Or he'd call his father, and he'd call a Taxi which got there before very long, 'ause someone was doing his little girl Right for a change and so that's why he said If you marry her, son, you're better off Single, 'cause that's always been my belief. Marriage will leave a man nothing but... The farmer decided to wed anyway And started out planning for his wedding Suit which he purchased for only one buck, But when he got there he was just out of Money and so he got left in the lurch, Standing and waiting in front of the End of the story which just goes to show All a girl wants from a man is his...
32 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 32 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 93 OF 124 THE REEN RASS REW ALL AROUN H There was a tree. (echo) The tallest tree. (echo) That you ever did see. (echo) horus: And the tree was in a hole, And the hole in the ground, And the green grass grew all around, all around And the green grass grew all around. Hey!... biggest branch tiniest twig neatest nest roundest egg biggest bird fluffiest feather smallest flea... There was an elephant. (Spoken) And everybody knows that elephants don't climb on trees! SKIP TO MY LOU N Flies in the buttermilk, shoo, fly, shoo 7 Flies in the buttermilk, shoo, fly, shoo Flies in the buttermilk, shoo, fly, shoo 7 Skip to my Lou my arling. Skip, skip, skip to my Lou, Skip, skip, skip to my Lou, Skip, skip, skip to my Lou, Skip to my Lou my arling. Lost my partner, what ll I do... I ll find another one prettier than you... SON THAT NEVER ENS H This is a song that never ends. Yes it goes on and on my friends. Some people started singing it, not knowing what it was, And they'll continue singing it forever just because... (Repeat)
33 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 92 OF 124 SOUTIN AN AMPFIRE SONS PAE 33 OF 124 SIX LITTLE UKS H Six little ducks that I once knew Fat ones, skinny ones, tall ones too But the one little duck with the feather in his cap He led the others with a quack, quack, quack horus: Quack, quack, quack Quack, quack, quack He led the others with a quack, quack, quack own to the river they would go Widdle waddle, widdle waddle, to and fro But the one little duck with the feather in his cap He led the others with a quack, quack, quack REAT REEN OBS (OPHER UTS) (tune: The Old ray Mare) A reat green gobs of greasy grimy gopher guts A Mutilated monkey meat Little birdies dirty feet All mixed up with a pile of poison possum pus A and me without my spoon And me without my spoon and me without my spoon reat green gobs of greasy grimy gopher guts A (let ring) and me without my spoon We'll use a straw! Into the water they would dive Over and under the other five But the one little duck with the feather in his cap He led the others with a quack, quack, quack Home from the river they would go Wibble Wabble, Wibble Wabble, Ho Hum Ho But the one little duck with the feather in his cap He led the others with a quack, quack, quack
Baby and Toddler Song Lyrics Frère Jacques - Are You Sleeping Frère Jacques, Frère Jacques, Dormez vous? Dormez vous? Sonnez les matines, Sonnez les matines, Din, din, don! Din, din, don! English Version:
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1 Five Little Ducks Five little ducks Went swimming one day Over the hill and far away Mother duck said "Quack, quack, quack, quack." But only four little ducks came back. Four little ducks Went swimming
1 Kino, Juana and Coyotito K ino woke up early in the morning. The stars were still shining in the sky. The cockerels were beginning to crow 1 and the pigs were looking for something to eat. Outside the
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Gift of the Magi By O Henry One dollar and eighty-seven cents. That was all. And sixty cents of it in the smallest pieces of money - pennies. Pennies saved one and two at a time by negotiating with the
First Grade Spelling Words The Hat 1. at 2. hat 3. cat 4. can 5. cap 6. tap 7. map 8. mad 9. a 10. the I tap the can. Sam and the Bag 1. am 2. ham 3. had 4. bad 5. bag 6. rag 7. cap 8. mad 9. up 10. go
Baby Bounce Rhyme Book Miss Polly Had a Dolly Miss Polly had a dolly who was sick, sick, sick So she phoned for the doctor to be quick, quick, quick The doctor came along with his bag and his hat And he
A Note to Parents This Wordbook contains all the sight words we will be studying throughout the year plus some additional enrichment words. Your child should spend some time each week studying this Wordbook
the floor a basket the people a broom the igloo the rocks a dog an eagle a bats the leaves a dolphin a triangle the tusks the shoes the book the sky an elephant the ocean a tiger a donkey the shark a cage
Circle Time Songs 1. The More We Go Together 2. I Can Read Colors 3. I Like To Eat 4. BOOM CHICKA BOOM 5. We're So Glad 6. Be My Friend 7. Where Is Thumbkin? 8. Colors 9. Here I Am 10. Hello Everybody!
1 The Road to Castle Dracula My name is Jonathan Harker. I am a lawyer and I live in London. About seven years ago, some strange and terrible things happened to me. Many of my dear friends were in danger
Potty Time Listen to your body When it s time to go potty Every day you re growing And all the signs are showing It s Potty time You can do it Just stick to it You re gonna get through it just fine Come
That's the Way I Like It Written, designed and set up by: Pat Neuman Illustrated by: Margie Hildebrand A book project of: Pembina Valley Learning Centre Funded by: The National Literacy Secretariat 2005
LOVE YOU LIKE THE EARTH Audrey Auld 2003 (APRA) I love you like the rain I love you like the sun coming up again And the moon pulling on the tide And the day turning into night I love you like the trees
Space Poems Hey Diddle Diddle Hey diddle diddle, The cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon. The little dog laughed To see such sport, And the dish ran away With the spoon. Twinkle, Twinkle Little
Alice in Wonderland Introduction This time the Cheshire Cat vanished quite slowly. First its body went, then its legs. Then all of it vanished, and there was only its smile. 'There are a lot of cats without
Life Without You I am invoking my right to remain silent in the face of life, All of my words have escaped from dictionaries, There is only one Word that I must say before Angel of Death is You. I am a
Songwords for First Numbers (FIRCD007) 2 TRACK LISTING PAGE TITLE 3 Hop on the Numbers Train 4 Thee Little Monkeys 5 One Potato Two Potato 6 Five Little Speckled Frogs 7 Rocket Rocket 8 Five Fat Peas 9
Alex hurt his leg. He and his mom went into an office. There were chairs around the walls. There were things to read on the table. Where were Alex and his Mom? A. Dentist s office B. Eye Doctor s office
Miraculous Catches of Fish Scripture: Luke 5:1-11; John 21:1-6 Objective: God has a Plan! Bible Memory Verse: Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you
LITTLE RED RIDING-HOOD Little Red Riding-Hood Mother Bird Wolf CAST OF CHARACTERS SETTINGS Little Red Riding-Hood s Home The Wood Grandmother s House Mr. Miller Grandmother Wood Choppers Scene I. At Red
Songwords & activity sheets for WEE WILLIE WINKIE (SSCD005) 2 TRACK LISTING PAGE TITLE 3 Lullaby Theme 4 Wee Willie Winkie 5 My Sleepy Time Joe 6 Brahm s Lullaby 7 Golden Slumbers 8 Lavender s Blue 9 Sleep
PUSD High Frequency Word List For Reading and Spelling Grades K-5 High Frequency or instant words are important because: 1. You can t read a sentence or a paragraph without knowing at least the most common.
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LINA AND HER NURSE. SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNI0 N, 200 MULBERRY-STREET, N. Y. LINA AND HER NURSE. SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION, 200 MULBERRY-STREET, NEW YORK. LINA AND HER NURSE. L INA lived away in that land of the East
Dr. Jean Feldman January Good Morning Song If You re Happy and You Know It (Tune: If You re Happy and You Know It Is Everybody Happy CD) If you re happy and you know it, clap your hands. (clap-clap) If
Row, row, row your boat Gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, Life is but a dream Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are. Up above the world so high. Like a diamond
1 Tom and Daisy That spring, the sun shone every day. I was lonely at first in the East. But I felt that this was the real beginning of my life. I walked in the fresh air. I bought books. I worked hard.
Lapsit Storytime We will be sharing two to three books each storytime, as well as several fingerplays and songs. We will use big books, stuffed animals and flannelboards on occasion to enhance our themes.
Cycles of life Some animals die of old age, some die of disease, some are killed and eaten by other animals. But the world does not run out of animals because more are being born or hatched all the time.
Eat & Drink It s time to eat, eat, eat What a treat Eat, eat, EAT I m all done now I wash it down with my favorite drink DRINK! It s time to eat, eat, eat What a treat Eat, eat CRACKERS I m all done now
Page 28 Movers Cambridge Young Learners English Tests Part 1 6 questions Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines. a whale coffee a shoulder an elephant soup a stomach milk a
20 Favourite Rhymes and Songs Chosen by the children of Portland Nurseries Baa, Baa Black Sheep Baa, baa black sheet Have you any wool Yes sir, yes sir three bags full One for the master And one for the
Good Night Baby Good night baby I hope you have sweet dreams We ve turned the page on this day And now it s time to sleep Good night baby It s faster than it seems I used to be the baby And my mom sang
Piosenki Dla Dzieci Po Angielsku Clementine the Lion Sleeps.. Happy Birthday Head and Shoulders If You're Happy London Bridge My Bonnie Old McDonald Twinkle Little Star Jingle Bells Silent Night ABCDEFG
E d g a r A l l a n P o e p The Fall of the House of Usher Part One It was a dark and soundless day near the end of the year, and clouds were hanging low in the heavens. All day I had been riding on horseback
Love Story by Taylor Swift M A R I E S C O T T H O U S E 1 ST 10-27- 08 Novelistic/Dramatic Speaker: Juliet Setting: A castle during a ball Protagonist: Juliet Antagonist: Juliet s dad Conflict: man vs.
1. To easily divide campers into two teams or groups, split down the middle of the bus, so that the campers on one side of the aisle are one team, and those on the other side are the second team. But if
T h e A d v e n t u r e s o f T o m S a w y e r p A F e w W o r d s t o B e g i n MOST OF THE adventures in this book really happened. One or two were my own experiences. The others were experiences of
The Songs We Sing at School Wheels on the Bus The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round, round and round. The wheels on the bus go round and round, all through the town. The wipers on the
Simple Present, Simple Past and Present Perfect Tenses This is a list of. I will read the base form, the simple past tense and the past participle of the verb. Then, I will read the verb in three sentences,
BABIES FEBRUARY 2015 Basic Truth: Jesus wants to be my friend forever. Hold or rock a baby and sing the following song to the tune of Are You Sleeping. Jesus loves you. Jesus loves you. Yes, He does. Yes,
BIBLE LESSON 1. Jacob was on a long journey going to his father's home. Jacob had his wives and children with him and he had many cows and donkeys and sheep and camels as well. Jacob's twin brother Esau,
Frankenstein by Mary SHELLEY retold by Patrick Nobes 1 'Captain! Something is moving on the ice. Look over there!' The sailor stood at the top of the mast, high above the Captain. His hand pointed away
I CAN DO IT LYRICS 1)ICAN DO IT Hello boys and girls, it s so good to see your face I love to come to this happy place Where we sing and laugh and learn and play Let s put one thumb up, two thumbs up Point
Devotion NT330 CHILDREN S DEVOTIONS FOR THE WEEK OF: LESSON TITLE: Children of Light THEME: God wants us to walk as children of light. SCRIPTURE: Ephesians 5:1-18 Dear Parents Welcome to Bible Time for
BREWS AND HYMNS SET 5/01/16 1. I Saw the Light 2. 10,000 Reasons 3. Great Is Thy Faithfulness 4. All Creatures of our God and King 5. Amazing Grace 6. Tis So Sweet To Trust in Jesus 7. Great are You Lord
Wee Willie Winkie Bedtime Favourites and Favourite Fairy Stories Wee Willie Winkie, runs through the town Upstairs and downstairs in his nightgown Knocking at the windows and crying through the lock Are
University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations Young Learners English Movers Information for Candidates Information for candidates YLE Movers Dear Parent Thank you for encouraging your child to learn English
Marty's Big Mistake A short story about character by Wes Fessler Marty mouse was walking home from school one sunny day. A rock was on the sidewalk, which he kicked along the way. The rock would bounce
Bodies Bingo Make bingo cards with activities or jokes in the spaces. Each person goes up to another one and tells the joke or does the activity with the other person. Activities can include hopping, laughing,
6 Little Ducks Traditional From the album More Singable Songs Six little ducks that I once knew Fast ones, skinny ones, fair ones too. But the one little duck with the feather on his back He led the others
The Call of the Wild Introduction And Buck really was crazy now. He had fire in his eyes, and he wanted to kill... In the end, Buck couldn't stand up. He couldn't see or hear. He was almost dead. In this
100 Brain Teasers 1. There is a bus traveling to Hay River full of people and no one gets off the bus throughout the journey. When the bus gets to Hay River however, not a single person is left the bus.
/ Legislative Research On the Road: The Problems of Access Richard F. Fenno, Jr. -(written on evening of October 21, 1980 in Holiday Inn, Montgomery, Alabama) ) My problems in getting here, and knowing
Hello song: Hello, hello, hello *3 I am Sue Hello, hello, hello *3 I am Jack Goodbye song: Goodbye Jack and Sue. Goodbye Jack. Goodbye Sue. Goodbye Jack and Sue. Elephants and fishes: How many elephants/fishes?
E W E B O O K S Tommy Tales are downloadable and printable books only available on the Internet from the following Web sites: www.learningpage.com www.readinga-z.com Tommy Tales feature the lovable rascal
Testi_Kang_10ENG.qxp 8-01-2010 22:38 Pagina 10 Kangourou Italia - British Institutes Gara del 2 marzo 2010 Categoria Per studenti della classe terza della Scuola Secondaria di Primo Grado Choose the correct
"A Young Child's Point of View on Foster Care and Adoption" Michael Trout Director, The Infant-Parent Institute Reprinted by permission Mr. Trout is a trainer and course leader in infant mental health,
Manger Mania A musical by Raymond J. Lombardi (with adaptation by Susie Hostetler, Abby McCune, and Christina Johnson) (Note: a royalty is required for this script. For conditions, see details at the foot
Dialog: VIP LESSON 049 - Future of Business A: We really embarrassed ourselves last night at that business function. B: What are you talking about? A: We didn't even have business cards to hand out. We
2011-2012 PRESCHOOL WORSHIP SONGS ALL MY HEART I wanna love you, God With all my heart With all my heart I wanna love you, God with all my heart (whistling) I wanna love you, God Like Jesus did Like Jesus
English for Spanish Speakers Second Edition s 2 Caroline Nixon & Michael Tomlinson 1 2 There are pencils in the classroom, yes there are. There s a cupboard on the pencils, yes there is. There s a ruler
1. Mary Anning Adapted from Stone Girl Bone Girl by Laurence Anholt, Francis Lincoln Children s Book This is the true story of Mary Anning, who lived 200 years ago. Mary was born in 1799 and was one of
POZIOM 1 TEKSTY PIOSENEK I RYMOWANEK Welcome Piosenka Hello Hello, I m Zak. Hello Zak. Hello, I m Rita. Hello Rita. Hello, I m Millie. Hello Millie. Hello, I m Oscar. Hello Oscar. Rymowanka 1, 2, 3, 4,
A Very Merry Christmas! It s that time of year to spread Christmas cheer and celebrate Jesus. There s joy in the air. There s holiday sounds and love all around. Church bells are ringing! They re all over
This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave. Elmer Davis Annual July 4 th Sing Along God Bless America! The Schmoyer Family ARMY Over hill over dale as we hit
The Little Mermaid Name: Hans Christian Andersen was a famous Danish writer of children s stories and fairy tales. He wrote The Little Mermaid in 1837. It s the story of a young mermaid who is the youngest
AMAZIN RAE Lyrics by John Newton 1779 (Public Domain) and Latifah Phillips, 2010 Limo at Publishing (SESA) Music by James P. arrel and David S. layton 1831(Public Domain) New Music by PageXVI, 2010 Limo
1. They are the United States. a) to b) for c) from d) with 3. is your favourite colour? a) How b) This c) Who d) What 5. This is my car. a) mother b) mothers c) mother is d) mother's 7. Are these shoes
Songwords & activity sheets for GOOD NIGHT SLEEP TIGHT (PTCD302) 2 TRACK LISTING PAGE TITLE 3 Brahm s Lullaby 4 Wee Willie Winkie 5 Go To Sleep My Baby 6 Goodnight 7 The Stars And The Moon 8 Au Clair de
Greg Zimmerman Personal Narrative Fall 2014 Dr. Bethany Clerico The Accident "I'll bet he was in a really bad car accident," my brother said. "Like maybe he was going drag racing down some back road with
Devotion NT238 CHILDREN S DEVOTIONS FOR THE WEEK OF: LESSON TITLE: Jesus Walks on Water THEME: We need to completely trust in Jesus. SCRIPTURE: Mark 6:45-52 Dear Parents Welcome to Bible Time for Kids!
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BmLE LESSON 1. Genesis 40 Do you have many cows near your home? Do you sometimes go for a drive and see cows in a field? Do you know what cows eat? They eat grass and grain like wheat and barley. One day