[Song Index]
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Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Take me out to the ball game
Take me out to the crowd
Bye me some peanuts and cracker jack
I don't care if I never come back
Let me root, root, root for the home team
If they don't win it's a shame
For it's one, two, three strikes you're out
At the old, ball game


Tammy

I hear the cottonwoods whispering above
Tammy, Tammy, Tammy's in love
The old, hooty owl hooty hoots to the dove
Tammy, Tammy, Tammy's in love
Does my lover feel, what I feel, when he draws near
My heart beats so joyfully, I wish that he could hear
Wish I knew if he knew, what I'm dreaming of
Tammy, Tammy, Tammy's in love


Taps

Day is done, gone the sun
From the sea, from the hills, from the sky
All is well, safely rest, God is nigh

Fading light, dims the sight
And a star gems the sky, gleaming bright
From afar, drawing nigh, falls the night

Thanks and praise for our days
'Neath the sun, 'neath the stars, 'neath the sky
As we go, this we know, God is nigh

Sun has set, shadows come
Time has fled, Scouts must go to their beds
Always true to the promise that they made

While the light fades from sight
And the stars gleaming rays softly send
To thy hands we our souls, Lord, commend


Taps (Funky)

Day is done, day is done, day is done
Gone the sun, gone the sun, gone the sun
From the lake, from the hill, from the sky
All is well, all is well, all is well
Safely rest, safely rest, safely rest
God is nigh, God is nigh, God is nigh


Tavern in the Town

There is a tavern in the town, in the town
And there my dear love sits him down, sits him down
And drinks his wine 'mid laughter free
And never, never, thinks of me
Fare thee well, for I must leave thee
Do not let the parting grieve thee
And remember that the best of friends must part, must part
A-dieu, kind friends, a-dieu, a-dieu, a-dieu, a-dieu
I can no longer stay with you, stay with you
I'll hang my harp on a weeping willow tree
And may the world go well with thee


Tea For Two

Picture upon my knee
Just tea for two and two for tea
Just me for you and you for me alone, dear
Nobody near us to see us or hear us
No friends or relations on weekend vacations
We won't have it known, dear
That we own a telephone, dear
Day will break and I'll awake
And start to bake a sugar cake
For you to take for all the boys to see
We will raise a family, a boy for you, a girl for me
Oh, can't you see how happy we would be?


Teardrops at Midnight

Teardrops at midnight, Cinderella's gone home
The world seems so empty, and I'm so alone
The four walls around me, keep saying she is gone
Now there will be teardrops from midnight till dawn
The shoes in the corner, that stand out so plain
Who's gonna' fill them, and ease all the pain?
I know they would never fit none the same
As the Princess who owned them, and once shared my name


Tell Me Why

Tell me why the stars do shine
Tell me why the ivy twines
Tell me why the ocean's blue
And I will tell you just why I love you
Because God made the stars to shine
Because God made the ivy twine
Because God made the ocean blue
Because God made you, that's why I love you
I really think that God above
Created you for me to love
He picked you out from all the rest
Because He knew, dear, that I'd love you best


Tell Me Why (Silly Verses)

Tell me why the bugs do bite
Tell me why the campfire won't light
Tell me why the tent fell down
Tell me why we slept on the ground
Because they're hungry, the bugs do bite
Because the wood's wet, the campfire won't light
Because we're sloppy, the tent fell down
Because we're crazy, we slept on the ground


Ten Fat Sausages

(Ten Green Bottles)

Ten fat sausages, sizzling in the pan
Ten fat sausages, sizzling in the pan
One went pop and another went bang!
There were eight fat sausages sizzling in the pan


Ten Green Bottles

Ten green bottles, hanging on the wall
Ten green bottles, hanging on the wall
And if one green bottle should accidently fall
there'll be nine green bottles, hanging on the wall

Nine green bottles . . .
Eight green bottles . . .
Seven green bottles . . .
Six green bottles . . .
Five green bottles . . .
Four green bottles . . .
Three green bottles . . .
Two green bottles . . .
One green bottles . . .
There'll be no green bottles, hanging on the wall


Ten in a Bed

There were ten in a bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over"
So they all rolled over and two fell out

There were eight in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over"
So they all rolled over and two fell out

There were six in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over"
So they all rolled over and two fell out

There were four in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over"
So they all rolled over and two fell out

There were two in the bed and the little one said "Roll over, roll over"
So they all rolled over and two fell out

There were none in the bed and the little one said "Get in, get in"


Ten Sticks of Dynamite

(Ten Green Bottles)

Ten sticks of dynamite hanging on the wall
Ten sticks of dynamite hanging on the wall
And if one stick of dynamite should accidently fall
There'd be no sticks of dynamite and no bloomin' wall


Thanks Be To God

(Wendy)

Thanks be to God the Father Almighty
Thanks be to God who gave us this Earth
Thanks be to God the Spirit Eternal
Thanks be to God forever
Amen


Thank You For The Food We Eat

(Michael Row The Boat Ashore)

Thank you for the food we eat, Hallelujah
Thank you for the friends we meet, Hallelujah
Thank you for the birds that sing, Hallelujah
Thank you Lord for everything, Hallelujah


The Animal Fair

We went to the animal fair
the birds and the beasts were there
By the light of the moon the big baboon
was combing his auburn hair
The monkey, he got drunk
and fell on the elephant's trunk
The elephant sneezed and fell on his knees
And that was the end of the monk-ey, monk-ey, monk..


The Ants Go Marching

The ants go marching one by one hurrah, hurrah
The ants go marching one by one hurrah, hurrah
The ants go marching, one stopped to suck his thumb
And they all go marching down to the earth
Boom, boom, boom, boom

Two by two - to tie his shoe . .
Three be three - to scratch his knee . .
Four by four - to shut the door . .
Five by five - to dance and jive . .
Six by six - to pick up sticks . .
Seven by seven - to look to heaven . .
Eight by eight - to shut the gate . .
Nine by nine - to have a shoe shine . .
Ten by ten - he want's to start again!!!


The Ash Grove

The ash grove, how graceful, how plainly 'tis speaking
The harp thro' it playing has language for me
Whenever the light through its branches is breaking
A host of kind faces is gazing on me

The friends of my childhood again are before me
Each step wakes a mem'ry as freely I roam
With soft whispers laden its leaves rustle o'er me
The ash grove, the ash grove alone is my home

Down yonder green valley where streamlets meander
When twilight is fading, I pensively rove
Or at the bright moontide in solitude wander
Amid the dark shades of the lonely ash grove

'Tis there where the blackbird is cheerfully singing
Each warbler enchants with his notes from a tree
Ah then little think I of sorrow or sadness
The ash grove entrancing spells beauty for me

My laughter is over, my step loses lightness
Old countryside measures steal soft on my ears
I only remember the past and its brightness
The dear ones I mourn for again gather here

From out of the shadows their loving looks greet me
And wistfully searching the leafy green dome
I find other faces fond bending to greet me
The ash grove, the ash grove alone is my home


The Band Played On

Casey would waltz with the strawberry blond, and the band played on
He'd glide 'cross the floor with the girl he adored, and band played on
His brain was so loaded it nearly exploded
The poor girl would shake with alarm
He married the girl with the strawberry curl, and the band played on


The Battered Elm Tree

From out the battered elm tree
The owl's cry we hear
And from the distant forest
The cuckoo answers clear
Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo
Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo
Mr Moon, Mr Moon your out too soon
The sun is still in the sky
Go back to bed and cover up your head
And wait until the day draws nigh


The Bear Went Over the Mountain

The bear went over the mountain
The bear went over the mountain
The bear went over the mountain
To see what he could see
To see what he could see
And all that he could see
And all that he could see
Was the other side of the mountain
The other side of the mountain
The other side of the mountain
Was all that he could see


The Beetles and the Bedbugs

I woke up monday morning and looked upon the wall
The beetles and the bedbugs were having a game of ball
The score was six to nothing the beetles were a hit
That knocked me out of bed
Singing ennie meenie minnie moe
Catch a wiggle worm by the toe
If it hollers let it go
Singing ennie meenie minnie moe

I woke up tuesday morning and looked upon the wall
The beetles and the bedbugs were having a game of ball
The score was six to nothing the beetles were a hit
That knocked me out of bed
Singing ennie meenie minnie moe
Catch a wiggle worm by the toe
If it hollers let it go
Singing ennie meenie minnie moe

And so on, until...

I woke up sunday morning and looked upon the wall
The beetles and the bedbugs were all gone to church!


The British Grenadiers

Some talk of Alexander
And some of Herculese
Of Hector and Lysander
And such great names as these
Of them and their commanders
There's none that can compare
With a tow row row row row row row
For the British Grenadiers


The Calliope

Divide the group into four or five parts. Start the groups off one at a time, bringing in the next as the one before gets going.

1st part sings: Um-pah-pah
2nd part sings: Um-sss-sss
3rd part sings: Um-peep-peep
4th part sings: Um-tweedle-tweedle

The rest of the group sings the melody of a suitable tune, such as "Daisy, Daisy," "East Side, West Side," "In the Good Old Summertime," or "The More We Get Together"


The Cat Came Back

Old farmer Johnson had troubles of his own
He had a yellow cat that wouldn't leave him alone
He tried and he tried to give that cat away
Gave him to a man going very far away

But the cat came back, the very next day
Oh the cat came back, they thought he was a gonner
But the cat came back, he just couldn't stay away, away, away

Gave it to a man going way out west
Told him to give it to the one he loved the best
First the train jumped the track, then it slipped the rail
No one is alive today to tell the sad detail

Gave it to someone going up in a balloon
Told him to give it to the man in the moon
Balloon came down about 90 miles away
But where the pilot is today I cannot say

Gave it to a little boy with a dollar and a note
Told him to go up the river in a little boat
To tie a rope around its neck and a weight of 20 pounds
Now they tell the tale of the little boy that drowned

Man on the corner swore he'd shoot that cat on sight
He loaded up his shotgun with nails and dynamite
He waited and he waited for that cat to come around
Nine-seven pieces of that man is all they found

The bombs started dropping just the other day
The missles were fired in the very same way
Russia went, China went, and the USA [Sobs]
The human race perished with hardly a chance to pray


The Chigger

(Polly Wolly Doodle)

Oh, there was a little chigger
And he wasn't much bigger
Than the head of a tiny pin
But the bump he raises
Just itches like the blazes
And that's where the scratch co mes in
But the bump he raises
Just itches like the blazes
And that's where the scratch comes in


The Corporation Muck Cart

(There's no place like home)

The corporation muck cart Was loaded to the brim
The driver fell in backwards and found he could not swim
He sank right to the bottom just like a little stone
And as he sank he gurgled there's no place like home


The Cow Kicked Nellie

(Yell)

The cow kicked Nellie in the bellie in the barn
And the Doctor said it would do no harm
So we all kicked Nellie in the bellie in the barn

Second verse same as the first
A little bit louder a little bit worse


The Cremation of Sam Mcgee

Ah those old northern lights, they have seen clear sights
But the clearest sights that they did ever see
It was on a moonlit mars of that old Lake Lavard
On the night that I cremated Sam McGee

Now my pal Sam McGee was from ol' Tennersee
In the land where the cotton blooms grow
But why Sam left his home in the deep deep south ta roam
Round the cold way up north God only knows

In the long search for gold he was always so cold
How he longed again to roam the southern plain
I would love to see him wade, how he feared the icy glade
When I die he said cremate my last remains

Well a fellows last need is a thing we have to heed
So I promised and I swore I would not fail
And again we started on at the first streaks o dawn
But o God he was looki.n' ghastly pale

He crouched on the sleigh and he raved away all day
About the warmth from his home in Tennersee
And before the night did fall, I'd a promise to recall
Cause that was all that's left of Sam McGee

And I came upon the mars of that old Lake Lavard
Where a broken down derelic did lay
She was jammed there in a vice of twenty feet of frozen ice
Was abandoned and left there to decay

Some planks I quickly tore from it's old cabin floor
And I gathered up the chunks of scattered boards
Soon the blaze was burnin' red, seem'd that ol' McGee was dead
So I stuffed him in that ol' crematin' hole

There sat my buddy Sam lookin' mighty cool and calm
In the heart of those furnace flames galore
And he wore a great big smile you could almost see a mile
As he chuckled hurry up an' close the door

She's a fine place in here but I greatly fear
You may let in that awful cold and storm
For since I left Palm Tree down in good ol' Tennersee
She's the first time that I've been better warm

Ah those old northern lights, they have seen clear sights
But the clearest sights that they did ever see
It was on a moonlit mars of that old Lake Lavard
On the night that I cremated Sam McGee
On the night that I cremated Sam McGee


The Cruel War

The cruel war is raging, and Johnny has to fight
I want to be with him, from morning till night
I want to be with him, it grieves my heart so
Won't you let me go with you? No my love no

I'll go to your captain, get down on my knee
Ten thousand gold guineas I'd give for your release
Ten thousand gold guineas, it grieves my heart so
Won't you let me go with you? No love no

Tomorrow is Sunday, Monday is the day
That your captain will call you and you must obey
Your captain will call you, it grieves my heart so
Won't you let me go with you? No my love no

I'll tie back my hair, man's clothing I'll put on
I'll pass as your comrade as we march along
I'll pass as your comrade, no one will ever know
Won't you let me go with you? No love no


The Death of Cock Robin

All the birds of the air fell a sighin' and sobbin'
When they heard of the death of poor cock robin
When they heard of the death of poor cock robin

Who killed cock robin?
"I", said the sparrow, "with my bow and arrow"
"I killed cock robin"

Who saw him die?
"I", said the fly, "with my little eye"

Who'll make his shroud?
"I", said the beetle, "with my thread and needle"

Who'll dig his grave?
"I", said the owl, "with my little trowel"

Who'll give the memorial?
"I", said the rook, "with my little book"

Who'll be chief mourner?
"I", said the dove, "with my undying love"

Who'll bear the coffin?
"I", said the wren, "with rooster and the hen"

Who'll let him down?
"I", said the crane, "with my golden chain"

Who'll cover him over?
"I", said the crow, "with my little hoe"

Who'll toll the bell?
"I", said the bull, "because I can pull"

Who'll mark the grave?
"I", said the thrush, "with my paint and brush"

Who'll keep the vigil?
"I", said the lark, "so long as it's not dark"


The First Aider's Song

(The Twelve Days of Christmas)

On the first day of camping the Leader sent to me
A boy who had skinned his knee

On the second day of camping the Leader sent to me
Two banged heads, and a boy who had skinned his knee

three nose-bleeds . .
four mozzie bites . .
five nettle-stings . .
six boys with splinters . .
seven upset tummies . .
eight cuts and grazes . .
nine twisted ankles . .
ten homesick Leaders . .
eleven boys with measles . .
twelve angry parents . .


The Fox

Oh the fox went out on a chilly night,
prayed for the moon to give him light
He had many a mile to go that night before he reached the town-o, town-o, town-o
He had many a mile to go that night before he reached the town-o

So he ran 'til he came to a great big pen
where the ducks and the geese were kept therein
He said "One of you is going to grease my chin before I leave this town-o, town-o, town-o
He said "One of you is going to grease my chin before I leave this town-o

He grabbed a duck by the neck
Swung a goose over his back
He didn't mind the 'quack, quack, quack' and the legs all dangling down-o, down-o, down-o
He didn't mind the 'quack, quack, quack' and the legs all dangling down-o

Well old mother flipper-flopper jumped out of bed
out the window she popped her head
She cried, "John, John, the gray goose is gone! And the fox is on the town-o, town-o, town-o
She cried, "John, John, the gray goose is gone! And the fox is on the town-o

So John, he ran to the top of the hill
blew his whistle so loud and shrill
Fox, he said, "I better flee with my kill or they'll soon be on my trail-o, trail-o, trail-o"
Fox, he said, "I better flee with my kill or they'll soon be on my trail-o"

Well, he ran 'til he came to his cozy den,
there were the little ones - eight, nine ten
They said, "Daddy, better go back again 'cause it must be a might fine town-o, town-o, town-o
They said, "Daddy, better go back again 'cause it must be a might fine town-o

Then the fox and his wife, without any strife,
cut up the goose with a fork and a knife
They never has such a supper in their life and the little one chewed on the bones-o, bones-o, bones-o
They never has such a supper in their life and the little one chewed on the bones-o


The Ghost of Anne Bolelyn

Now in the Tower of London, large as life (large as life)
The ghost of Anne Bolelyn walks, I declare (I declare)
Now, Anne Bolelyn was once King Henry's wife (Henry's wife)
Until he had the axman bob her hair (bob her hair)
It happened many long years ago (long years ago)
But she still comes back at night to tell him so (tell him so)

With her head tucked underneath her arm, she walks the bloody tower
With her head tucked underneath her arm, at the midnight hour

Oh, once in a while King Henry gives a spread (gives a spread)
For all his pals and gals, a ghostly crew (ghostly crew)
The axman carves the meat and cuts the bread (cuts the bread)
And in walks Anne Bolelyn to spoil the stew (spoil the stew)
She holds her head up high with a wild wa-whoop [blood curdling scream]
King Henry cries, "Don't drop it in the soup!" (in the soup)

Along the drafty corridors for miles and miles she goes
She often catches cold, poor thing, it's drafty when it blows
And it's awfully awkward when she has to blow her nose
With her head tucked underneath her arm

Suggested presentation: Make paper mache 'head' or draw a face on an ordinary balloon. The song leader uses this to act out the words as the audience sings along


The Grand Old Duke of York

O, the grand old Duke of York
He has ten thousand men
He marched them up to the top of the hill (march)
And he marched them down again (march)
And when they were up they were up (stand up)
And when they were down they were down (squat down)
And when they were only half way up (hover half way)
They were neither up nor down (stand up, squat down quickly)


The Grand Old Captain Kirk

(The Grand Old Duke of York)

O, the grand old Captain Kirk
He has five hundred men
He beamed them up to the Enterprise
And he beamed them down again
And when they were up they were up (stand up)
And when they were down they were down (squat down)
And when they were only half way up (hover half way)
They were nowhere to be found (stand up, squat down quickly)


The Great American Railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty one
Work on the railway was begun
Work on the railway was begun
Workin' on the railway

Patsy atsy ori ay, ori ay, ori ay
Patsy atsy ori ay, ori ay, ori ay
Workin' on the railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty two
I found myself with nothing to do
I found myself with nothing to do
Workin' on the railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty three
The overseer accepted me
The overseer accepted me
Workin' on the railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty four
My back was getting mighty sore
My back was getting mighty sore
Workin' on the railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty five
I found myself more dead than alive
I found myself more dead than alive
Workin' on the railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty six
I dropped a couple of dynamite sticks
I dropped a couple of dynamite sticks
Workin' on the railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty seven
I found myself half way to heaven
I found myself half way to heaven
Workin' on the railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty eight
I found myself at the Pearly Gate
I found myself at the Pearly Gate
Workin' on the railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty nine
A cherub's harp and wings were mine
A cherub's harp and wings were mine
Workin' on the railway

In eighteen hundred and fifty-ten
If you want any more, you can sing it again
If you want any more, you can sing it again
Workin' on the railway


The Great Meat Pie

The great meat pie was a tidy size
And it took a week to make it
A day to carry it to the shop
And just a week to bake it
And if you'd seen it
I'll be bound
Your wonder you'd scarce govern
They were forced to break the front wall down
to get it in the oven
It too full thirty sacks of flour
It's a fact now that I utter
Three hundred pails of water, too
And a hundred tubs of butter
The crust was nearly seven feet thick
You couldn't easily bruise it
And the rolling pin was such a size
It took ten men to use it
There were twenty-five spareribs of pork
I'm sure I'm not mistaken
With two and thirty hams for York
And twenty sides of bacon
The pie was made by fifty cooks
And all of them first raters
And then they filled up all the nooks
with a ton of kidney 'taters


The Gypsy Rover

The Gypsy rover went over the hill
Down to the valley so shady
He whistled and he sang till the green woods rang
For he won the heart of a lady

Ha di do, ah dido da day, ah di do, ah di day-ee
He whistled and he sang till the green woods rang
For he won the heart of a lady.

She left her father's castle gate
She left her own true lover
She left her servants and her estate
To follow the Gypsy rover

Her father saddled his fastest steed
He searched the valley all over
He sought his daughter at great speed
And the whistling Gypsy rover

He came at last to a mansion fine
Down by the river Claydee
And there was music and there was wine
For the Gypsy and his lady

"He is no Gypsy, my father," said she
"But a lord of freelands all over
And I will stay to my dying day
With my whistling Gypsy rover


The Happy Wanderer

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

Valderi, Valdera, Valderi
Valdera-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha
Valderi, Valdera
My Knapsack on my back

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 God's clear blue sky


The Little Green Frog

Gaaloomph went the little green frog one day
Gaaloomph went the little green frog
Gaaloomph went the little green frog one day
And the frog went gloomph gloomph gloomph

But we all know frogs go (clap) laa dee daa dee daa
(clap) laa dee daa dee daa (clap) laa dee daa dee daa
We all know frogs go (clap) laa dee daa dee daa
They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph

And we all know frogs go SQUELCH when you step on them
SQUELCH when you step on them SQUELCH when you step on them
We all know frogs go SQUELCH when you step on them
They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph

And we all know frogs go POP in the microwave
POP in the microwave POP in the microwave
We all know frogs go POP in the microwave
They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph

And well know frogs go WHZZZ in the blender
WHZZZ in the blender WHZZZ in the blender
We all know frogs go WHZZZ in the blender
They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph

And we all know frogs go SPLAT in the ceiling fan
SPLAT in the ceiling fan SPLAT in the ceiling fan
We all know frogs go SPLAT in the ceiling fan
They don't go gloomph gloomph gloomph

Um Uh went the little cub scout one day
Um uh went the little cub scout
Um uh went the little cub scout one day
and the little cub scout went um uh uh.

But we know cubs go urgh urgg urgh urgh (sticking tounge out)
urgh urgh urgh urgh urgh urgh
We know cubs go urgh urgh urgh
they don't go um uh uh


The More We Get Together

The more we get together, together, together
The more we get together, the happier we'll be
For your friends are my friends and my friends are your friends
The more we get together, the happier we'll be
Oh, how's for getting friendly, quite friendly, quite friendly
Oh, how's for getting friendly, both your friends and mine
If your friends like my friends and my friends like your friends
We'll all be friends together, now won't that be fine?
The more we camp together, together, together
The more we camp together, the merrier we'll be
For my Scout says to your Scout and your Scout says to me
The more we camp together, the merrier we'll be


The One on the Right was on the Left

There once was a musical troupe, a pickin' swingin' folks group
They sang the mountain ballads, and the folks songs of our land
They've a lot of musical ability, folks thought they would go far
But political incompatibility led to their downfall
Well the one on the right was on the left
And the one in the middle was on the right
And the one on the left was in the middle
And the guy in the rear was a Methodist

This musical acregation toured the entire nation
Singing traditional ballads and folks songs of our land
They performed with great virtuosity and soon they were to rate
But political animosity prevailed upon the stage
Well the one on the right was on the left
And the one in the middle was on the right
And the one on the left was in the middle
And the guy in the rear burned his driver's licence

At a certain harvest rendered, a hush fell on the crowd
As thousands there were gathered to hear the folks sing of out land
But they took their politics seriously
And that night at the concert hall
As the audience watched dilleriously, they had a free for all
Well the one on the right was on the bottom
And the one in the middle was on the top
And the one on the left had a broken arm
And the guy in the rear said; Oh dear!

Now this should be a lesson. If you plan to start a folks group
Don't go mixin' politics with the folks of our land
Just work on harmony and diction, play your banjo well
And if you have political convictions, keep 'em to yourself
Now the one on the left works in a bank
And the one in the middle drives a truck
And the one on the right's an all night D.J
And the guy in the rear got drafted


The Rattling Bog

Ro, ro the rattling bog
The bog down in the valley O
Rare bog the rattling bog
A bog down in the valley O

And on that bog there was a tree
A rare tree, a rattling tree
The tree in the bog and the bog down in the valley O

Each verse adds an additional line
And on that feather there was a flea
A rare flea a rattling flea
The flea on the feather and the feather on the wing
And the wing on the bird and the bird on the egg
And the egg on the nest and the nest on the leaf
And the leaf on the twig and the twig on the branch
And the branch on the limb and the limb on the tree
And the tree in the bog and the bog down in the valley O


There Ain't No Flies on Us

There ain't no flies on us!
Oh, No!
There ain't no flies on us!
Oh, No!
There may be flies on some of you guys
But there ain't no flies on us
Itchy, itchy, itchy
Scratch, scratch, scratch
Itchy, itchy, itchy
Scratch, scratch, scratch
Itchy
Scratch
Itchy
Scratch
Itchy, itchy, itchy
Scratch, scratch, scratch


There's One Wide River to Cross

Old Noah he build himself an Ark
There's one wide river to cross
He thatched it up with hickory bark
There's one wide river to cross

There's one wide river, and that's the river of Jordan
There's one wide river, one wide river to cross

He built long, and wide and tall
There's one wide river to cross
Plenty of room for the large and small
There's one wide river to cross

He anchored the ark to a great big rock
There's one wide river to cross
And then he began to load his stock
There's one wide river to cross

The animals came in one by one
There's one wide river to cross
The elephant munching a caraway bun
There's one wide river to cross

The animals came in two by two
There's one wide river to cross
The monkey and the kangaroo
There's one wide river to cross

The animals came in three by three
There's one wide river to cross
The lion and the chimpanzee
There's one wide river to cross

The animals came in four by four
There's one wide river to cross
Old Noah got mad and hollered for more
There's one wide river to cross

The animals came in five by five
There's one wide river to cross
With wardrobe trunks they did arrive
There's one wide river to cross

The animals came in six by six
There's one wide river to cross
The leopard laughed at the monkey's tricks
There's one wide river to cross

The animals came in seven by seven
There's one wide river to cross
Now you may think there's at least eleven
BUT THERE AIN'T!


There Was An Old Lady

There was an old lady who swallowed a fly
I don't know why she swallowed a fly
I guess she'll die

There was an old lady who swallowed a spider
That wiggled and jiggled and tickled insider her
She swallowed the spider to catch the fly
I don't know why she swallowed a fly
I guess she'll die

There was an old lady who swallowed a bird
How absurd! To swallow a bird!
She swallowed the bird to catch the spider
That wiggled and jiggled and tickled insider her
She swallowed the spider to catch the fly
I don't know why she swallowed a fly
I guess she'll die

Continue verses:
Cat . . . Imagine that! She swallowed a cat
Dog . . . What a hog! She swallowed a dog
Goat . . . She opened her throat and in walked a goat
Cow . . . I don't know how she swallowed that cow
There was an old lady, she swallowed a horse
She DIED of course!


The Riddle Song

I gave my love a cherry that has no stone
I gave my love a chicken that has no bone
I gave my love a ring that has no end
I gave my love a baby that's no cry-en
How can there be a cherry that has no stone
How can there be a chicken that has no bone
How can there be a ring that has no end
How can there be a baby that's no cry-en?
A cherry when it's bloomin',it has no stone
A chicken when it's pippin', it has no bone
A ring when it's rollin', it has no end
A baby when it's sleepin', it's no cry-en


The Rooster

We had some hens, no eggs would they lay
We had some hens, no eggs would they lay
My spouse said, "Honey, this isn't funny
We're loosing money." No eggs would they lay
One day a rooster came into our yard
He caught those hens right off of their guard
They're laying eggs now, just like they used to
Ever since that rooster came into our yard
They're laying eggs now, just like they used to
Ever since that rooster came into our yard

We had a cow, no milk would she give
We had a cow, no milk would she give
My spouse said, "Honey, this isn't funny
We're loosing money." No milk would she give
When that rooster came into our yard
He caught the cow right off of her guard
She giving eggnog, that's more than she used to
Ever since that rooster came into our yard
She giving eggnog, that's more than she used to
Ever since that rooster came into our yard

We had a field, no crops would it grow . . . . We're raising eggplant . . .
We had a dog, no pups did she have . . . . She's delivering pooched eggs . . .
Me and my wife, no kids did we have . . . . We're raising egg heads . . .
We had a gum machine, no gum would it give . . . . We're getting chiclets . . .
We had a garden, no flowers would it grow . . . . We're growing chickweed . . .
We had some fish, but they wouldn't grow . . . . We're raising tuna, it's the chicken of the sea . . .
We had a car, but it wouldn't run . . . . We have a yolkswagen . . .
We had a comedian, no laughs could he get . . . . He's telling yokes now . . .
We had a army, no battles did we win . . . . We're getting shelled now . . .
We had a cannon, but it wouldn't fire . . . . We have no rooster . . .


The Saints Go Marching In

Oh, when the Saints go marching in
Oh, when the Saints go marching in
Lord, I want to be in that number
When the Saints go marching in

2. And when the revelation comes
3. And when the new world is revealed
4. And when the sun refuse to shine
5. And when they gather 'round the throne
6. And on that hallelujah day
7. And when the Saints go marching in


The Scout Who Never Returned

(Charlie On The MTA)

Let me tell you of a story of a Scout named . .
On that tragic and fateful day
Put his Scout knife in his/her pocket
Kissed his dog and family
When to hike in the woods far away
Well, did he ever return?
No, he never returned
And his fate is still unlearned:
He may roam forever in the woods and mountains
He's the Scout who never returned
Now you citizens of town name
Don't you think it's a scandle
How ol' Scout's name got lost that day?
Take the right equipment; TAKE ALONG A BUDDY
When you hike in the hills that way
Or else you'll never return
No, you'll never return
And your fate will be unlearned: (just like Scout's name)
You may roam forever in the woods and mountains
Like the Scout who never returned


The Ship Titanic

Oh, they built the ship Titanic to sail the ocean blue
And they thought they had a ship that the water would never leak through
But the Lord's almighty hand knew that ship would never stand
It was sad when the great ship went down

Oh, it was sad, it was sad; it was sad, it was sad
It was sad when the great ship went down, to the bottom of the ..
Husbands and wives, little-bitty children lost their lives
It was sad when that great ship went down

Oh, they sailed away from England, and were almost to the shore
When the rich refused to associate with the poor
So they put them down below, where they were the first to go
It was sad when the great ship went down

The boat was full of din, and the sides about to burst
When the captain shouted "Women and children first!"
Then the captain tried to wire, but the wireless was on fire
It was sad when the great ship went down

So they swung the lifeboats out o're the deep and raging sea
The band struck up with 'Nearer My God to Thee'
Little children wept and cried, as the waves swept, o're the side
It was sad when the great ship went down

Oh the moral to be gained from this tale of woe and pain
Is that if you're rich you should not be so vain
For in the good Lord's eyes, you're the same as other guys
It was sad when the great ship went down

Oh they built another ship they called, "Titanic II."
They were sure this time that the water would never leak thorough
So they launched it with a cheer, and it sank right off the pier
It was sad when the great ship went down


The Snakes Crawl at Night

Oh the snakes crawl at night, that's what they say
When the sun goes down, then the snakes will play

I watched that car pull right up into my driveway
Saw a shadow slip away from my house
So I hurried straight and looked in her room
And I found out it was my loving spouse

And I waited in the shadows until morning
And the gun I held was trembling in my hand
No I did not plan to give them any warning
For the devil on my shoulder had command

Oh the trail in a little while was over
And they sentenced me to die right away
But before I leave this courtroom, please your Honour
There's something more I'd like to say . . .


The Sun Has Got His Hat On

The sun has got his hat on
Hip hip hip hooray
The sun has got his hat on and is coming out to play
Now we'll all be happy
Hip hip hip hooray
The sun has got his hat on and is coming out to play


The Teddy Bear's Picnic

If you go down in the woods today
You're sure of a big surprise
If you go down in the woods today
You'd better go in disguise
For every bear that ever there was
Will gather there for certain because
Today's the day the teddy bears have their picnic
Picnic time for teddy bears
The little teddy bears are having a lovely time today
Watch them, catch them unaware
And see them picnic on their holiday
See them gaily gad about
They love to sing and shout
They never have any cares
At six o'clock their mummies and daddies
Will take them home to bed
Because they're tired, little teddy bears


The Telephone Song

Leader: Everybody say Leaders's Name
Group: Leader's Name
Leader: I thought I heard my name (sung)
Leader: Everybody say Leaders's Name
Group: Leaders's Name
Leader: I thought I heard it again. (sung)
Leader: Everybody sing "Leaders's Name you're wanted on the telephone"
Group: Leaders's Name you're wanted on the telephone
Leader: Well if it's not "Jim" then I'm not home
Group: Jim
Jim: I thought I heard my name (Leader can help sing)
Group: Jim
Jim: I Thought I heard it again
Group: Jim you're wanted on the telephone
Jim: Well if it's not (Name Beaver on right) then I'm not home

and so on and on....around the dam. Each Beaver's name is said 4 times and he only has to introduce himself to the person on his left. Chances are he won't even have to do this because Beavers tend to sit beside people they know. The song leader will probably have to help some of the boys to sing the reply and so should follow the song around the dam


The Thing

As I was walking down the beach one bright and sunny day
I saw a great big wooden box a-floatin' in the bay
I pulled it in and opened it up and much to my surprise
I discovered a -, -,-right before my eyes!
Oh, I discovered a -, -,-right before my eyes!

I picked it up and ran to town as happy as a king
I took it to a guy I know who'd buy most anything
But this is what he hollered at me as I walked in his shop
"Oh, get out of here with that -, -,-before I call a cop!"
"Oh, get out of here with that -, -,-before I call a cop!"

I turned around and got right out a-runnin' for my life
And then I took it home with me to give it to my wife
But this is what she hollered at me as I walked in the door
"Oh get out of here with that -, -, -, and don't come back no more"
"Oh get out of here with that -, -, -, and don't come back no more"

I wandered all around the town until I chanced to meet
A hobo who was looking for a handout on the street
He said he'd take most any old thing, he was a desperate man
But when I showed him the -, -, -, he turned a-round and ran
But when I showed him the -, -, -, he turned a-round and ran

I wandered on for many years, a victim of my fate
Un-til one day I came upon Saint Peter at the gate
And when I tried to take it inside he told me where to go
"Get out of here with that -, -, -, and take it down be-low!"
"Get out of here with that -, -, -, and take it down be-low!"

The moral of this story is; if you're out on the beach
And you should see a great big box, and it's within your reach
Don't ever stop and open it up, that's my advice to you
'Cause you'll never get rid of the -, -,-no matter what you do!
'Cause you'll never get rid of the -, -,-no matter what you do!


The Tree Toad

(Auld Lang Syne)

A tree toad loved a fair she toad
That lived up in a tree
She was a fair three-toed tr ee toad
But a two-toed toad was he

The two-toed tree toad tried to win
The she toad's friendly nod
For the two-toed tree toad loved the ground
That the three-toed tree toad trod

Now three-toed tree toads have no care
For two-toed tree toad love
But the two-toed tree toad fain would share
A tree home up above

In vain the two-toed tree toad tried
He couldn't please her whim
In her tree toad bower with veto power
The she toad vetoed him!


The Twelve Days Of Summer Camp

(Twelve Days of Christmas)

On the first day of summer camp, my mommy sent to me
A box of oatmeal cookies

On the second day of summer camp, my mommy sent to me
Two T-shirts
And a box of oatmeal cookies

Three pairs of sox . .
Four woolen caps . .
Five underpants . .
Six postage stamps . .
Seven nose warmers . .
Eight BatMan comic books . .
Nine bars of soap . .
Ten Band-Aids . .
Eleven shoestrings . .
Twelve bottles of blood-sucking heliocopter repellent . .


The Unicorn

A long time ago when the earth was green
There was more kinds of animals than you've ever seen
They'd run around free while the ark was being born
But the loveliest of them all was the unicorn

There were green alligators and long-necked geese
Some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees
Some cats and rats and elephants but sure as you're born
The loveliest of all was the unicorn

Now God seen some sinnin' and it gave him pain
And He says, "Stand back, I'm going to make it rain"
He says, "Hey brother Noah, I'll tell you what to do
Build me a floating zoo"

"Take some of them green alligators and long-necked geese
Some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees
Some cats and rats and elephants, but sure as you're born
Don't you forget my unicorn"

Old Noah was there to answer the call
He finished up making the ark just as the rain started fallin'
He marched in the animals two by two
And he called out as they went through

"Hey Lord, I got You green alligators and long-necked geese
Some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees
Some cats and rats and elephants, but I'm so forlorn
I just can't see no unicorn"

Then Noah looked out through the driving rain
Them unicorns were hiding, playing silly games
Kicking and splashin' while the rain was pourin'
Oh, them silly unicorns

There were green alligators and long-necked geese
some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees
Noah cried, "Close the door 'cause the rain was pourin'
And we just can't wait for no unicorn"

The ark started movin' and it drifted with the tide
Them unicorns looked up from the rocks and they cried
And the waters came down and sort of floated them away
That's why you never seen a unicorn to this very day

You'll see some green alligators and long-necked geese
some humpyback camels and some chimpanzees
Some cats and rats and elephants but as sure as you're born
You're never gonna see no unicorn


The Wandering Fly

There was a fly who wanted to roam
So he packed his bags and left his home
Across the road to the grocery store
Where he landed on the ceiling and landed on the floor
He landed on the sugar and he landed on the tea
And if I'd been there he'd have landed on me


The Weekend

(Battle Hymn of the Republic)

I have seen the sky in darkness, I have seen it in the sun
I have felt the rain upon me, I've enjoyed the snowy fun
When the weather isn't cloudy or the wind it doesn't blow
It isn't only raining, it's the weekend too, you know
Glory, glory, it's the weekend!
Glory, glory, it's the weekend!
I can tell because it's raining and it's 42 below
As we Scouts go marching on


The Worms Crawl In

Whenever you see a hearse go by,
Oooh, ah, oooh, ah
Remember, one day, you've got to die,
Oooh, ah, oooh, ah

They wrap you up in a clean white sheet,
Oooh, ah, oooh, ah
And drop your box down thirteen feet.
Oooh, ah, oooh, ah

All goes well for about a week ...
And then the coffin begins to leak ...

Your eyes fall in and your teeth fall out ...
And maggots play ping-pong on your snout ...

Your fingers rot, and so do your toes ...
Your brains come tumbling down your nose ...

After a while your face turns green ...
And pus pours out like clotted-cream ...

The worms crawl in and the worms crawl out ...
They go in thin and they come out stout ...

So, whenever you see a hearse go by,
Oooh, ah, oooh, ah
Remember one day, you've got to die,
Oooh, ah, oooh, ah
How happy we shall be!


This Little Guiding Light of Mine

This little Guiding light of mine
I'm gonna let it shine
This little Guiding light of mine
I'm gonna let it shine
This little Guiding light of mine
I'm gonna let it shine
Let it shine all the time let it shine

Don't you (pouf) me little light out
I'm gonna let it shine, etc.

Take my little light round the block
I'm gonna let it shine, etc.

Hide it under a bushel? Oh, no
I'm gonna let it shine, etc.

Don't you (pouf) me little light out
I'm gonna let it shine
Take my little light round the block
I'm gonna let it shine
Hide it under a bushel? Oh, no
I'm gonna let it shine, etc.
Let it shine all the time let it shine


This Old Man

This old man, he plays one
He plays knick-knack on my thumb
With a knick-knack, paddy-wack, give a dog a bone
This old man goes rolling home

Two-on my shoe. Tap shoe
Three-on my knee. Tap on knee
Four-on the floor. Touch the floor
Five-on my hive. Move hands as if brushing bees away from ears
Six-on my sticks. Tap knuckles of other hand
Seven-up to Devon. Shake fist
Eight-on my pate. Tap top of head
Nine-on my spine. Touch backbone
Ten-now and then. Raise hands shoulder high, open and close fists in rhythm


Three Fishermen

There were three jolly fishermen
There were three jolly fishermen
Fisher, fisher, men, men, men
Fisher, fisher, men, men, men
There were three jolly fishermen

The first one's name was Abraham
The first one's name was Abraham
Abra, abra, ham, ham, ham
Abra, abra, ham, ham, ham
The first one's name was Abraham

The second one was I-isaac
The second one was I-isaac
I-i, i-i, zac, zac, zac
I-i, i-i, zac, zac, zac
The second one was Isaac

The third one's name was Ja-acob
The third one's name was Ja-acob
J-a, j-a, cub, cub, cub
J-a, j-a, cub, cub, cub
The third one's name was Ja-acob

They all sailed up to Jericho
They all sailed up to Jericho
Jeri, jeri, co, co, co
Jeri, jeri, co, co, co
They all sailed up to Jericho

They should have gone to Amsterdam
They should have gone to Amsterdam
Amster, amster, shh, shh, shh
Amster, amster, shh, shh, shh
They should have gone to Amsterdam

You must not say that naughty word
You must not say that naughty word
Naughty, naughty, word, word, word
Naughty, naughty, word, word, word
You must not say that naughty word

I'm going to say it anyway..


Three Blind Mice

Three blind mice, three blind mice
See how they run, see how they run
They all ran after the farmers wife
Who cut off their tails with a carving knife
Did you ever see such a thing in your life
As three blind mice


Three Little Angels

Three little angels all dressed in white
Tried to get to heaven on the end of a kite
But the kite string was broken, down they all fell
They couldn't get to heaven to they all went to . .

Two little angels all dressed in white (as verse 1)

One little angel all dressed in white (as verse 1)

Three little angels all dressed in blue
Tried to get to heaven on the end of a shoe
But the shoe lace was broken, down they all fell
They couldn't get to heaven to they all went to . .

Two little angels all dressed in blue (as verse 1)

One little angel all dressed in blue (as verse 1)

Three little devils all dressed in red
Tried to get to heaven on the end of a bed
But the bed post was broken, down they all fell
They couldn't get to heaven to they all went to . .

Two little devils all dressed in red (as verse 1)

One little devils all dressed in red (as verse 1)

Don't be mistaken, don't be misled
They couldn't get to heaven so they all went to bed!


Three Wood Pigeons

Three wood pigeons, three wood pigeons
Three wood pigeons sitting in a tree
LEADER: Look! One has flown away!
GROUP: Aww! Wailing
Two wood pigeons, two wood pigeons, etc
LEADER: Look! Another has flown!
GROUP: Oh-h-h! Louder wailing
One wood pigeon, one wood pigeon, etc
LEADER: Oh-oh! There goes the last one!
GROUP: Oh-h-h! Very loud wailing
No wood pigeons, no wood pigeons, etc
LEADER: But, wait! One has returned!
GROUP: Ah-h! Joyfully
One wood pigeon, one wood pigeon, etc
LEADER: Now, another has returned!
GROUP:Loud cheers
Two wood pigeons, two wood pigeons, etc
LEADER: Hurray! The third one has returned!
GROUP:Tremendous cheers
Three wood pigeons, three wood pigeons, etc. Rapidly and
enthusiastically
Actions: Choose three persons to represent the pigeons. On cue
these 'fly' off (or in) with comical antics


Tipperary

It's a long way to Tipperary
It's a long way to go
It's a long way to Tipperary
To the sweetest girl I know
Goodbye Piccadilly
Farewell Leicester Square
It's a long, long way to Tipperary
But my hearts right there


Tip-toe Through the Tulips

Tip-toe to the window, by the window
That is where I'll be
Come tip-toe through the tulips with me
Tip-toe from you pillow
To the shadow of a willow tree
And tip-toe through the tulips with me
Knee deep in flowers we'll stray
We'll keep the showers away
And if I kiss you in the garden
In the moonlight, will you pardon me?
Come tip-toe through the tulips with me


Together Again

Together again, my tears have stopped falling
The long lonely nights are now at an end
The key to my heart you hold in your hand
And nothing else matters, we're together again

Together again, the grey skies are gone
You're back in my arms now where you belong
The love that I knew is living again
And nothing else matters, we're together again


Tommy

(Frosty)

Tommy, the Cub Scout
Was a very happy boy
With a uniform of blue and gold
And a Den that gave him joy
Tommy, the Cub Scout
Earned his badges one by one
He did his best and met the test
A good citizen he's become
He helps out other people when
He sees they need a lot
He does his chores around the house
And feeds his dog (named Spot)
Tommy, the Cub Scout
Does his duty willingly
Someday he'll join a Boy Scout Troop
And a fine man he will be


Tongo

Tongo
Tongo
Om ba de kim bye oh
Om ba de kim bye oh
Ooh-a-lay
Ooh-a-lay
Mah-le-ka-ah lo way [repeat]
Mah-le-ka-ah lo way [repeat]


Too Marvellous for Words

You're just to marvellous
Too marvellous for words
Like glorious, glamorous
And that old standby, amorous
It's all too wonderful
I'll never find the words
That say enough, tell enough
I mean, they just aren't swell enough
You're much to much
And just too very, very
To ever be in Webster's Dictionary
And so, I'm borrowing
A love song from the birds
To tell you that you're marvellous
Too marvellous for words


Turkey Day

(My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean)

My turkey went walking one morning
The November weather to see
A man with a hatchet approached her
Oh, bring back my turkey to me
Bring back, bring back
Oh, bring back my turkey to me, to me
Bring back, bring back
Oh, bring back my turkey to me

I went down the sidewalk a shoppin'
The sights in shop windows to see
And everywhere hung great fat gobblers
Oh, bring back my turkey to me
Bring back, bring back
Oh, bring back my turkey to me, to me
Bring back, bring back
Oh, bring back my turkey to me

I went out to dinner and ordered
The best things they had I could see
They brought it all roasted and sizzling
They brought back my turkey to me
Brought back, brought back
They brought back my turkey to me, to me
Brought back, brought back
They brought back my turkey to me


Turkey in the Straw

Oh, as I was a goin' down the road
With a tired team and a heavy load
I cracked my whip and leader sprung
I says good-day to the wagon tongue

Turkey in the straw, turkey in the hay
Turkey in the straw, turkey in the hay
Roll 'em up and twist 'em up a high tuckahaw
And play a little tune called 'Turkey in the Straw'

Oh, I jumped in the seat, and I gave a little yell
The horses ran away, broke the wagon all to hell
Sugar in the gourd and honey in the horn
I never been so happy since the day I was born

Oh, I went out to milk, and I didn't know how
I milked the goat instead of the cow
A monkey sittin' on a pile of straw
A-winkin' his eyes at his mother-in-law

Well, I met Mr. Catfish comin' down stream
Says Mr. Catfish, "What do you mean?"
I caught Mr. Catfish by the snout
And I turned Mr. Catfish wrong side out

Well, I came to a river and I couldn't get across
So I paid five dollars for a blind old hoss
He wouldn't go ahead, and he wouldn't stand still
So we went up and down like an old saw mill

As I came down the new cut road
I met Mr. Bullfrog, I met Miss Toad
And every time Miss Toad would sing
Old Bullfrog cut a pigeon wing

Oh, I had an old hen and she had a wooden leg
She was the best darn hen that ever laid an egg
She laid more eggs than any hen on the farm
And a little competition didn't do her any harm

Well, if frogs had wings and snakes had hair
And automobiles went flying through the air
Well, if watermelons grew on a huckleberry vine
We'd all have winter in the summertime


Turnip Tops

You get off my turnip tops
And you get off my gate mate
If you don't run I'll get my gun
And then it'll be too late mate


TV Dinners

How does Batman's mother call him in for tea?
To the Batman theme tune:
Dinner, dinner, dinner, dinner,
Dinner, dinner, dinner, dinner, Batman!

How does the Pink Panther chase insects?
To the Pink Panther Theme tune:
Dead ant, dead ant, dead ant, dead ant, dead ant ...

How does Bob Marley like his Doughnuts?
To Jammin:
Wi' jam in, jam in, and I hope you like jam in too.

The Lone Ranger saw Tonto with a dustbin on his back,
so he said, "Where are you going with that dustbin, Tonto?"
And Tonto said:
To the Lone Ranger theme Tune:
To the dump, to the dump, to the dump, dump, dump


Two Little Fleas

(Auld Lang Syne)

Two little fleas together sat
They cried when one flea said
"I've had no place to lay my head
Since my old dog is dead
I've traveled far from place to place
And farther will I roam
But the next old dog that shows his face
Will be my home sweet home"


Tzena

Tzena, Tzena, Tzena, Tzena
Can't you hear the music playing
In____ the village square?
Tzena, Tzena, Tzena, Tzena
Can't you hear the music playing
In____ the village square?
Tzena, Tzena, join the celebration
There'll be people there from evey nation
Dawn will find us dancing in the sunlight
Dancing in the village square


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