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Indian Nations CouncilThe Greatest Show on Earth

And when we're done,

We've had some fun,

And relaxed our muscles, too.

Come on, folks, let's stand,

And raise up high each hand.

Then spread them wide.

Now to your side,

As your muscles you relax.

Now let us stamp our feet,

But please don't take your seat.

Before you're down,

Please turn around,

And then you'll take your seat.

Cub Scout Marching Song

(This old man he played one)

This young Cub, number one, He sure likes to get things done.

Chorus:

With a knick knack paddy wack,

Give a Cub a chore.

This he'll do and ask for more.

This young Cub, number two, He will do odd jobs for you.

This young Cub, number three, Full of humor, full of glee.

This young Cub, number four, Follows rules and know the score.

This young Cub, number five, he has courage, he has drive.

This young Cub, number six, He'll make things with ropes and sticks.

This young Cub, number seven, becomes a Boy Scout at eleven.

This young Cub, number eight, gives goodwill that sure does rate.

This young Cub, number nine, he's so pleasant all the time.

This young Cub, number ten, sings the chorus once again......

Head Shoulders Knees & Toes

(Tune: There's a Tavern in Town)

Head Shoulders Knees and Toes,

Knees and Toes.

Head Shoulders Knees and Toes,

Knees and Toes.

Eyes and ears and mouth and nose,

Head Shoulders Knees and Toes,

Knees and Toes.

1 - sing through, doing actions.

2 - omit singing 'head', but touch it.

3 - omit singing 'shoulders' and 'head'.

4 - omit singing 'knees' but touch them.

5 - omit singing 'toes' but touch them.

Back To Nature

May 1994

Take Me Out To The Forest

(Tune: Take Me Out to the Ball Game)

Take me out to the forest.

Let me hike in the wild.

Show me a skunk and a few bear tracks.

I won't care if I never come back.

But it's look, look, at your compass.

If it rains, then it pours.

And it's ouch, slap, sting and your bit

In the great outdoors!

To The Woods

(Tune: It's Off to Work We Go)

Hi ho, hi ho, it's to the woods we go.

To catch some snail on backwoods trails.

Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho.

Hi ho, hi ho, it's in the woods we go.

To gaze at stars, won't hear no cars.

Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho.

Hi ho, hi ho, it's through the woods we go.

To search the skies for butterflies.

Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho.

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