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(Tune: Supercalifragilisticexpialicocious)
Santa Clara County Council

Supercalifornaisurfer, expert of the ocean.
Even though the most of them
Do not use suntan lotion
When they hit the waves too hard,
They always cause a motion,
Supercaliforniasurfer, expert of the ocean.

Um diddle diddle diddle um diddle ay!
Un diddle diddle diddle um diddle ay!

Because I was afraid to surf
When I was just a lad,
My father took my board away,
And told me I was bad.
But then one day I learned a word
That every surfer knows,
The biggest word you ever heard,
And this is how it goes:

(Repeat first verse and chorus)

(Tune: London Bridge)
Gulf Coast Council

Sea creatures swimming 'round
Swimming 'round, swimming 'round
Sea creatures swimming 'round
In the ocean blue.

Star fish, whales and crabs, too.
Crabs, too. Crabs, too.
Eels and sharks and seahorses, too.
In the ocean blue.

(Gilligan's Island Theme)
Greater St. Louis Area Council

Our jpack set sail on the sea one day
In search of coins of gold
A hearty group of brave Cub Scouts
With leaders true and bold.

The weather started getting rough
The tiny ship was tossed
If not for the courage of our Cubmaster
The whole pack would be lost

Our boat touched ground on a rocky isle
And, up walked an old, old man
He tossed a towel to dry us off
He raised high his right hand

He said, "You're s sharp pack of Cub Scouts
Your courage's brave and sure
To sail out to sea like this
For a scouting adventure."

He gave us directions to get home
We set sail with good cheer
We reached home with the setting sun
And tied up to the pier.

We looked in the bottom of the boat
To see the old man's towel
His name was stitched along the hem
His name was Baden-Powell.

Scout Wetspers
(Oh, Tannenbaum)
Greater St. Louis Area Council

Softly fall the rains today
As our campsite floats away
Silently, each Scout should ask
"Did I bring my SCUBA mask?
Have I tied my tent flaps down?
Learned to swim so I won't drown?
Have I done, and will I try
Everything to keep me dry?

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