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The Twelve Scouting Days of Christmas

(Tune: 12 day of Christmas. Substitute Christmas for Scouting in the leading lines as you wish.)

Denver Area Council

On the first day of Scouting Akela gave to me …

A Den Leader swinging from a tree!

On the second day of Scouting, Akela gave to me…

Two Screaming Bobcats,

And a Den Leader swinging from a tree.

OK, you should have the idea by now. Here's the rest of these silly verses.

Third Day

Three Skinny Wolves

Fourth Day

Four Hungry Bears

Fifth Day

Five Webelos

Sixth Day

Six Arrow Points

Seventh Day

Seven Silly Den Chiefs

Eighth Day

Eight Shouting Scouts

Ninth Day

Nine Warring Eagles

Tenth Day

Ten Derby Cars

Eleventh Day

Eleven Funny Den Skits

Twelfth Day

Twelve Wacky Cheers

Rudy, The Red-Nosed Cub Scout

(Tune: Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer)

Simon Kenton Council

Rudy, the red-nosed Cub Scout,

Had a very runny nose;

And if you ever saw it,

You would probably say, "Oh, Gross!"

All of the other Cub Scouts

Used to laugh and say, "Oh, Ick";

Parents would not go near him

'Cause they thought they might get sick.

Then one winter's Pack Meeting,

Akela said, "Sign's Up!"

Rudy, with your nose so wet,

A box of Kleenex is what you'll get!

Then all the Cub Scouts cheered him,

As he blew and blew and blew;

Rudy, the red-nosed Cub Scout,

We will DO OUR BEST with you!

Give a Gift

(Tune: I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing)

Simon Kenton Council

I'd like to give the world a gift,

That all men will be free.

And though I'm just a growing boy,

There's things that I can see.

I see that Scouting is a way

To start to understand,

That caring, helping, smiling, learning

Help me be a man.

And so at Christmas there's a gift

That you can give to me.

Please help me grow in mind and spirit

To be what I can be.

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