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Baloo's Bugle

January 2002 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 8, Issue 6
February Theme

Our Native Peoples
Webelos Scholar & Engineer



Weave, Weave, Weave New Cloth
National Capital Area Council
(Tune: Row, Row, Row, Your Boat)


Weave, weave, weave, new cloth.
In and out thread flies.
A blanket, a blanket, a blanket, a blanket,
To keep us warm at night.


Throw, throw, throw a pot
Squish the clay to knead.
Twirl around, twirl around, twirl around, twirl around,
Smooth as it can be.


Build, Build, Build a house
A-do-be stands the best,
Make a brick, make a brick, make a brick, make a brick.
On the cliffs it stands the test.


O Blue and Gold
(tune: Oh Christmas Tree)

O Blue and Gold, O Blue and Gold
You know it stands for truth untold.
O Blue and Gold, O Blue and Gold
The youth that wear it aren't so old.
So carry on your colors bright,
Until the whole world you will light.
O Blue and Gold, O Blue and Gold,
The memories live though we grow old.

We’re The Cubs
(tune: Clementine)

We're the Cub Scouts (boys)
We're the Scouters (adults)
Here we are both young and old (all)
Altogether we're a Cub Pack
Having fun at Blue and Gold.


Tigers and Bobcats (Tigers and Bobcats)
Wolf and Bear Cubs (Wolves and Bears)
And the WEBELOS are we. (WEBELOS)
Altogether we're a Cub Pack
Having fun in harmony.


We're the mothers (moms)
We're the fathers (dads)
Helping Cub Scouts as they go. (adults)
Up the ladder of achievement,
Climbing higher as they grow.


Let's give thanks (everyone)
On this occasion
To the mighty Gold and Blue;
Pack ____ is the number
Representing me and you.



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