Volume 5 Issue 10
May 1999


Up the Cub Scout Mountain
(Tune: Clementine)
Heart of America Council

Rocky Mountains, Appalachians,
And Sierra reaching high.
Cub Scouts climbing up the mountain,
Striving hard to reach the sky.

First the Tigers, with their parents,
Learning as they climb along.
Then the Wolf den hits the Cub trail,
Hear them as they sing their song.

Now the Bears are climbing upward,
Heading up the trail they chose.
As they climb their hearts are set on
The next hike as Webelos.

Webelos set their mark higher
Follow the Arrow of Light.
Now they dream of Scouting's Eagle,
As they sleep at camp tonight.

Take Me Out To The Forest
Heart of America Council

Take me out to the forest.
Let me hike in the wild.
Show me a skunk and a few bear tracks.
I won't care if I never come back.

But it's look look, look at your compass.
If it rains, then it pours.
And it's ouch, slap, sting and your bit
In the great outdoors.

The Happy Wanderer

I love to go a-wandering
Along the mountain track.
And as I go, I love to sing
My knapsack on my back.

(repeat last line of verse)

I love to wander by the stream
That dances in the sun.
So joyously it calls to me,
"Come, join my happy song."

"I wave my hat to all I meet
And they wave back to me,
And blackbirds call so loud and sweet,
From every greenwood tree."


"High overhead the skylarks wing,
They never rest at home,
But just like me they love to sing
As o'er the world we roam."


Oh, may I go a-wandering
Until the day I die.
And may I always laugh and sing
Beneath the clear blue sky.

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