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Baloo's Bugle

May 2006 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 12, Issue 10
June 2006 Theme

Theme: Invent a Reason to Celebrate
Webelos: Traveler and Artist
Tiger Cub
Activities

SONGS

You Ought To Be A Cub
Longhorn Council
Tune: Swingin’ On A Star

Would you like to hike in a park,
Sit at campfires way after dark,
name a tree from the feel of it’s bark,
Well, then you ought to be a Cub.

A Cub is a boy who wants to learn all he can,
To learn about himself, about his land,
He’s got curiosity, he likes to have fun,
He feels good when he gets to help someone.

He does his best, and he’s always climbing up,
You know you ought to be a cub.

And do you like to swing though the air,
On a rope you tied with great care,
Be a wolf, and them maybe a Bear,
Well, then you ought to be a Cub.

The Ice Cream Cone
Baltimore Area Council
Tune: Bring Back My Bonnie To Me

I went to the ice cream store Thursday,
To buy a double dip cone,
I could not decide on a flavor,
So I took my ten cents and went home

Chorus:

Bring back, bring back, bring back,
My ice cream to me, to me
Bring back, bring back, bring back,
My ice cream to me.

Chorus:

I went to the ice cream store Friday,
To buy a double dip cone,
I could not decide on a flavor,
So I took my ten cents and went home.

Chorus:

I went to the ice cream store Saturday,
To buy a double dip cone,
I could not decide on a flavor,
So I took my ten cents and went home.

Chorus:

I went to the ice cream store Sunday,
To buy a double dip cone,
I could not decide on a flavor,
So I took my ten cents and went home.

Chorus:

I went to the ice cream store Monday,
I picked out two flavors so sweet,
But on the way home that double dip,
Fell off of the cone to the street.

If You’re Happy
Baltimore Area Council

If you’re happy and you know it,
Clap your hands (clap-clap)
If you’re happy and you know it,
Clap your hands (clap-clap)
If you’re happy and you know it,
Then you really ought to show it,
If you’re happy and you know it,
Clap your hands. (clap-clap)

If you’re happy and you know it,
Stamp your feet (stamp-stamp)

If you’re happy and you know it,
Shout “Amen” (Amen)

f you’re happy and you know it,
Do all three (clap-clap) (stamp-stamp) (Amen)

Tarzan Of The Apes
Baltimore Area Council
Tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic

I like bananas, coconuts, and grapes.
I like bananas, coconuts, and grapes.
I like bananas, coconuts, and grapes.
That’s why they call me; TARZAN OF THE APES.

(Sing the first part a bit softer each time down to a whisper; each time shouting TARZAN OF THE APES at the end)

The Happy Water gun
Baltimore Area Council
Tune: The Happy Wanderer

I love to shoot my water gun
At all the kids I see.
But when I shoot my water gun,
They all shoot back at me.

Chorus:

Wateree, Waterah, Wateree
Waterah, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha
Wateree, Waterah
They all shoot back at me.
(change last line to match verse)

I shoot that water everywhere
I shoot it in the tree.
My neighbor’s cat’s a victim of
My aqua-tillery.

Chorus:

Oh may I keep my water gun
Until the day I die.
And in my coffin one last squirt
Hits someone in the eye.

Chorus:


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