Baloo's Bugle

January 2008 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 14, Issue 6
February 2008 Theme

Theme: Chinese New Year
Webelos: Scholar & Engineer
Tiger Cub
Requirement 4

SONGS

 

Chinese Hello Song

Sam Houston Area Council

(Tune: The Farmer in the Dell)

Let's wave and say “Ni hao (nee how),”

Let's wave and say “Ni hao.”

Let's say “hello” to all our friends,

Let's wave and say “Ni hao.”

 

Chinese Dragon

Sam Houston Area Council

(Tune: Frère Jacques)

Chinese dragon, Chinese dragon,

Breathing fire, breathing fire,

Happy, happy New Year,

Happy, happy New Year,

Gung hay fat choy,

Gung hay fat choy.

 

Gung Hay Fat Choy

Sam Houston Area Council

(Tune: Happy Birthday)

Gung Hay Fat Choy,

Gung Hay Fat Choy,

Happy New Year, everybody!

Gung Hay Fat Choy!

 

Lion Dance Song

Sam Houston Area Council

(Tune: Mary Had a Little Lamb)

See the lion dance and prance,

Dance and prance, dance and prance.

See the lion dance and prance

On Chinese New Year's Day.

Hear the firecrackers pop,

Pop,pop,pop; pop,pop,pop

Hear the firecrackers pop

On Chinese New Year's Day.

 

China Lies Over The Ocean

Utah National Parks Council

(Tune: My Bonnie)

Oh, China lies over the ocean
Oh, China lies over the sea

Oh China has big high mountains
Please take me to China with thee

Oh take me, please take me.
Oh take me to China with thee, with thee
Oh take me, please take me
Oh take me to China with thee.

 

Chinese Dumplings

Utah National Parks Council

 (Tune: Alouette or Ravioli)

Chinese Dumplings, I like Chinese Dumplings

Chinese Dumplings, they're the best for me!
Have I got them on my chin?
Yes, you've got them on your chin.
On my chin?
On my chin. OHHHHH

Chinese Dumplings, they're the best for me.

Other Verses -

  1. tie

  2. shirt

  3. pants

  4. shoes

  5. floor

  6. walls

 

Nian

Utah National Parks Council

(Tune: Bingo)

See the Story of Nian in the Stories and Audience Participations section.  CD

There was a dragon had a name and
Nian was his name Oh.

N-i-a-n Oh, N-i-a-n Oh, N-i-a-n Oh,
and Nian was his name Oh.

 

 

IN CUB SCOUT HARMONY

Trapper Trails

(Tune: I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing)

I’d like to teach the world to sing,

In Cub Scout harmony.

The blue and gold will be the thing

for everyone to see.

Each Wolf and Bear and Webelos

Is doing all he can

To do his best with all the rest

Of Cub Scouts in the land.

We’re the real thing! (Cub Scouts)

Come join us and see. (Cub Scouts)

What fun can be for you and me

We’re the Cub Scouts don’t you see!

 


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