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The Greatest Show on EarthIndian Nations Council

Hi ho, hi ho, out of the woods we go.

We'll pitch our tent, our legs are spent.

Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho.

The Flying Birds

(Tune: The Flying Trapeze)

They fly through the air with the greatest of ease.

Those big flocks of pigeons and gulls from the seas.

No dog on the ground or big snakes in the trees,

Can fly high like the ducks and the geese.

I once had a duck, and that duck's name was Phil.

One morning he woke with a terrible chill.

The dew was too heavy, he drowned on the hill,

Yes, he died from an over dew bill.

Once just for a joke me and Tim, my big brother,

Caught fifteen wild geese who were downed by the weather.

We poured on some glue, and found birds of a feather,

In fact really do stick together.

Oh cows have no feathers, and zebras can't fly.

And aardvarks and beavers can't zoom through the sky.

And I can't take off although I always try,

I guess I'll be an earth bound guy.

Tarzan Of The Apes

(Tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic)

I like bananas, coconuts and grapes.

I like bananas, coconuts and grapes.

I like bananas, coconuts and grapes.

That's why they call me Tarzan of the Apes!

(When you are singing 'I like bananas, coconuts and grapes, bend over with arms swinging in front of you like an ape) (Say last line very loudly and stand up and beat your chest).

Strong For America

June 1994

On The First Day Of Day Camp

(Tune: On the first day of christmas)

On the first day of day camp,

my mother sent with me.....

A sack lunch with smashed potato chips.

Two T-shirts.

Three pairs of socks.

Four baseball caps.

Five plastic cups.

Six water guns.

Seven games to play.

Eight batman comics.

Nine shower hooks.

Ten band-aids.

Eleven shoestrings.

Twelve bottles of OFF!

Lincoln Song

(Tune: Found a Peanut)

Found a poor boy,

Found an honest boy,

And Abe Lincoln was his name.

He worked hard and studied law,

It's how he earned his claim to fame.

Went to Washington,

Became our President!

Honest Abe so strong and tall;

Freed the slaves as we all know,

Won the peaches for one and all.

When he died,

It was so sad,

But his bravery lives on:

A memorial we can see,

When we visit Washington.

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