Index of songs in songbooks
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Title Book page Source (if known) First line Type Notes
Rainbow Guides Song Songs for All Sorts 2 M. P. Prior We're rainbows, we're rainbows, in tabards of rainbow hue
Rainbow Guides Closing Song Songs for All Sorts 3 M. P. Prior Thank you god for a lovely meeting
Bless this house, bless this food Songs for All Sorts 3 J. Richards Bless this house, bless this food Grace written at Sangam, for Sangam
Scandinavian Prayer Songs for All Sorts 4 Iceland, trans J. Froom God gave me ears that will always hear thee
That's the Brownie Way Songs for All Sorts 5 Isabel Brown It's fun to be a Brownie, we like to work and play
Trulle and Trisse Songs for All Sorts 6 Sweden Duke he had a little dog, Trulle was his name oh! 2 parts Sweden
Bim Bam Biri Songs for All Sorts 6 Yiddish Bim bam biri biri bam actions
Music makers Songs for All Sorts 7 Buchanan & Prior Music makers, music makers, come and sing
You Know we're all feeling happy Songs for All Sorts 7 Pat Durnall You know we're all feeling happy when we sing actions
Windmills Songs for All Sorts 8 Alan Bell In days gone by when the world was much younger
Sing a silly song Songs for All Sorts 9 Mary Gentry Sing a silly song, sing it right or sing it wrong
Flicker Songs for All Sorts 10 USA The flicker of a campfire, the wind in the pines USA
Hey la-li-lo Songs for All Sorts 11 unknown We've got a song and here's our chorus, hey la-li la-li-lo peace theme
Have fun Songs for All Sorts 12 USA Have fun, our motto is, have fun or you will miss
Oh be joyful Songs for All Sorts 13 USA Oh be joyful, oh be jubilant round (3)
Bellringer Songs for All Sorts 14 Trad. Bellringer, pray give us some peace, will your performance never cease round (3)
My candle burns Songs for All Sorts 14 unknown My candle burns at both ends, it will not last the night round (4)
In Athens Songs for All Sorts 14 Pat Shaw In Athens you may spend your holiday round (4)
Da-di-dah! Songs for All Sorts 15 Sue Stevens Da, da-di da-di-da round (4) can be sung with The Zoo
The Zoo Songs for All Sorts 16 Sue Stevens We're all going to the zoo round (4) can be sung with Da-di-dah!
Saamen Trekken Songs for All Sorts 18 Afrikaans Saamen trekken vyn adahay round (3) South Africa
Birthday Round Songs for All Sorts 18 M Hauptmann Here in a song our warmest wishes we do send round (4)
Come and camp Songs for All Sorts 18 Pat Shaw / Prior and Gentry Come and camp at Hautbois do, Lime Pits one or Lime Pits two round (4)
Feeling free Songs for All Sorts 19 Lloyd Poole Way in the sky, I'd like to fly, gliding in the setting sun round (2) Australian
Round without words Songs for All Sorts 19 Anon Lah round (4)
O Hark to the Lark Songs for All Sorts 19 unknown O hark to the lark as he soareth and singeth round (4)
Pilgrimage Songs for All Sorts 20 M. P. Prior Seeking, searching, which is the road to take parts (2)
Wind Songs for All Sorts 21 Marie Gaudette / Christine Trevor/ John Galsworthy Wind, wind, heather gypsy, whistling in my tree parts (3)
Sing round the campfire Songs for All Sorts 22 Daphne Bird Sing round the campfire, now day is done parts (3)
As we trek along Songs for All Sorts 23 Christine Trevor As we trek along together, as we trek along parts (2/3)
St Patrick's Breastplate Songs for All Sorts 24 Mary Chater I bind unto myself the name, the strong name of the trinity parts (3)
Walking Song Songs for All Sorts 26 W H Neidlinger Along the road that leads the way, we travel as it will parts (2/3)
The River Runs High Songs for All Sorts 28 Boardman and Landis The river runs high and the channel lies deep parts (2)
Yulishka Songs for All Sorts 29 Czech, arr. R Sabor Yulishka under the lilac tree, oh faria, faria parts (3)
Look for the beauty Songs for All Sorts 30 Anne Mcgregor, arr. Heather J Reed Look for the beauty in each little thing, dew drops on grass blades, a bird on the wing parts (3)
Lotus flower (Buddhist Prayer Wheel Song) Songs for All Sorts 31 Trad. O mani padu am actions
Oh Eppo i Tai Tai Ayah Songs for All Sorts 31 Maori (New Zealand) Oh eppo i tai tai ayah parts (2)
Fiesta Song Songs for All Sorts 32 Mexican With hearts that are light and gay, we dance on Fiesta day parts (2)
Japanese Drum Song Songs for All Sorts 33 Trad. Japanese O Ki Na Taiko Don Don
Sangam Festival Song Songs for All Sorts 34 Sue Wingfield We come together to share in the music and the song
Think On Songs for All Sorts 35 Rita & Sally Sandifer Guides and scouts around the world we think of you
Pebbles Songs for All Sorts 36 USA One little pebble and the circles begin, a circle in a circle they go on without end
Thinking Day '87 Songs for All Sorts 37 Maureen E Channon Let's join together in this simple song, it's tra la la la la helps Thinking Day along
Song for Breaking the World Flag Songs for All Sorts 38 Jane Robinson Golden trefoil in a deep blue sky, reminds us of our promise true
The banks of the hanky panky Songs for All Sorts 38 USA Down on the banks of the Hanky Panky where the bull frogs jump from bank to banky Singing game USA
Hoida (Finish Washerwomen's Dance) Songs for All Sorts 39 Finland Hoida hoida da hoida hoida Singing game Finland
Lapada Songs for All Sorts 39 Denmark We dance the lapada, lapada, lapada Singing game Denmark
Estonian Arm Swinging Songs for All Sorts 40 Trad. Lah Singing game
Ak Shav (Welcome to Israel) Songs for All Sorts 40 Trad. Ak shav, ak shav, b'em ek yis roi al Singing game
Swedish Rhapsody Songs for All Sorts 41 unknown Lah Singing game
Birthday Song Songs for All Sorts 41 Afrikaans January February March… Singing game South Africa
Masilowe Songs for All Sorts 42 Lesotho Masilowe he la ma silo he la Singing game Africa
Marmee Songs for All Sorts 42 African Marmee come let us come in, clapping game Africa
For the Beauty of the Earth (descant part) Songs for All Sorts 43 M. P. Prior (England's Lane) descant part
Thank you (descant part) Songs for All Sorts 43 M. P. Prior Ah descant part
Prince of the Peasants Songs for All Sorts 44 Sian Howell-Pryce Jesus Christ in a manger was laid, hallelujah Christmas
Carillon Songs for All Sorts 44 M Chater Nowell, Nowell, good news I tell Christmas
Mary's Lullaby Songs for All Sorts 45 Polish, arr. J A Ireland Mary sang softly that night by the manger, sleep my babe I will guard thee from danger Christmas Poland
Away in a manger Songs for All Sorts 46 W J Kirkpatrick, arr. M P Prior Away in a manger, no crib for a bed Christmas
It's Christmas Songs for All Sorts 48 Maureen Channon It's Christmas, it's Christmas we're happy and gay Christmas
Carol of the Field Mice Songs for All Sorts 49 Linda Hewitt / Kenneth Grahame Villagers all this frosty tide Christmas
Ting-a-ling-a-ling Songs for All Sorts 50 Maureen Channon Ting-a-ling-a-ling say the Christmas bells Christmas
Joseph and his wife Mary Songs for All Sorts 50 Maureen Channon One two three four, who's that knocking at the door Christmas
An Old Sussex Grace Songs for All Sorts 51 Sue Stevens Bees of Paradise do the work of Jesus Christ Grace
Cricket's Grace Songs for All Sorts 51 Lura Collier Our Father for the trees, the sun, the rain the skies Grace also suitable for colours
God on High Songs for All Sorts 52 R Sandifer God on high be near I pray, ev'ry night and ev'ry day Grace
The Friend's Grace Songs for All Sorts 52 M. P. Prior We share this food, we sing your praise Grace
An Irish Blessing Songs for All Sorts 53 USA / Gaelic words / arr. Foxlease Singing Circle May the road rise up to meet you
Praise God for Sleep Songs for All Sorts 53 unknown Praise God for sleep in the cool quiet night
Hautbois Vesper Songs for All Sorts 54 M. P. Prior The river flows gently, the trees are still written for the opening of Hautbois House
Lord of the Night Songs for All Sorts 54 Di Stagg Peace, Comfort, Quietness, Lord of the night protect us now
Baby Duck Anglia Rainbow Collection 2 Unknown Oh wasn't it a bit of luck that I was born a baby duck 2 part round, actions
Six little ducks Anglia Rainbow Collection 3 Public domain Six little ducks that I once knew, fat ones, skinny ones
If you should meet an elephant Anglia Rainbow Collection 4 Public domain If you should meet an elephant on a summers day actions
One elephant Anglia Rainbow Collection 5 Public domain One elephant went out to play on a spiders web one day Singing game
Lots of worms Anglia Rainbow Collection 6 Patty Zeitlin Well there are lots of worms way under the ground
Big buffalo Anglia Rainbow Collection 7 unknown Big buffalo come from de mountain long long ago
Chicks grow into Chickens Anglia Rainbow Collection 7 David Moses Chicks grow into chickens, calves grow into cows
Old Mr Noah Anglia Rainbow Collection 8 Mary Gentry Now old Mister Noah is a very clever man Singing game
I had a cat Anglia Rainbow Collection 9 Public domain I had a cat and my cat pleased me
Farmyard Choir Anglia Rainbow Collection 10 Mary Gentry In the farmyard listen to the animals
The Washing Machine Anglia Rainbow Collection 11 Sue Andrews Washing the clothes in the washing machine
Oranges and Lemons Anglia Rainbow Collection 12 Trad. Oranges and Lemons say the bells of St Clements Singing game
In and out the dusky bluebells Anglia Rainbow Collection 13 Trad. In andout the dusky bluebells Singing game
The Frog Song Anglia Rainbow Collection 14 Public domain Mm mm went the little green frog one day Actions
Jolting up and down Anglia Rainbow Collection 15 Trad. Jolting up and down in the little red wagon
Do your ears hang low Anglia Rainbow Collection 16 Public domain Do your ears hang low? Do they wobble to and fro? Actions
Do as I'm doing Anglia Rainbow Collection 17 Public domain Do as I'm doing, follow, follow me Actions
Join in the game Anglia Rainbow Collection 18 Public domain Let ev'ry one clap hands with me Actions
Somebody's playing in our band Anglia Rainbow Collection 19 1st Langlebury Rainbows Somebody's playing on their drum
I jump out of bed Anglia Rainbow Collection 20 Public domain I jump out of bed in the morning Actions
One can run very swiftly Anglia Rainbow Collection 21 Public domain One can run very swiftly, two can jump very high Actions
Ringers Anglia Rainbow Collection 22 Public domain We are ringers in the belfry, setting all the bells a-swing
Tidy up song Anglia Rainbow Collection 22 Sue Rowe Tidy up, tidy up, now it's time to tidy up
Thank you for my friends Anglia Rainbow Collection 23 David Evans When we're playing in the park, thank you for my friends
I've got a body Anglia Rainbow Collection 24 Harriet Powell I've got a body, a very busy body
Can you tell me? Anglia Rainbow Collection 25 Public domain Can you tell me, can you tell me, what they typists are doing Actions
Can you guess Anglia Rainbow Collection 25 Mary Gentry Can you guess what I am, I am, I am Actions
Clap your hands Anglia Rainbow Collection 26 Julia Yeardye / Frances Tuffney Clap your hands, one, tow, three, going down on one knee Actions
Activity song Anglia Rainbow Collection 27 Julia Keane Hands on your head, in the air actions
A very long time ago Anglia Rainbow Collection 28 Isabel Brown A very long time ago, and a very long way away Christmas
Baby, baby Anglia Rainbow Collection 29 Isabel Brown Baby, baby, lying in a manger Christmas
Rainbow band Anglia Rainbow Collection 30 Mary Gentry Here comes the Rainbow band, marching all the day actions
We are rainbows, happy and bright Anglia Rainbow Collection 31 Shirley Staniforth / M. P. Prior We are rainbows happy and bright, playing an learning to do things right
Rainbow thankyou Anglia Rainbow Collection 32 Sue Rowe Thank you God for Rainbow friends prayer
Rainbow closing song Anglia Rainbow Collection 32 M. P. Prior Thank you God for a lovely meeting prayer
A Promise Song Anglia Rainbow Collection 33 Linda Seaton We will try to do our best, because we are rainbows
Rainbow Welcome Anglia Rainbow Collection 34 Sue Andrews (Name) we welcome you, we welcome you to rainbows
Welcome to Rainbows Anglia Rainbow Collection 34 Mary Gentry Hello, hello, and how are you Actions
Bonfire night Anglia Rainbow Collection 35 M. P. Prior Bonfire night, what a lot of fun
When you are seven Anglia Rainbow Collection 35 M. P. Prior When you are seven, you can move to brownies
Rainbow guides song Anglia Rainbow Collection 36 M. P. Prior We're rainbows, we're rainbows, in tabards of rainbow hue actions
Get Together and Sing Get Together and Sing 4 Millie Taylor / Kate Stickings Get together and sing a song of peace and love, of right not wrong
Let there always be a song Get Together and Sing 5 Mark Baldwin Let there always be a song, a song down in your heart
Walk a New Road Get Together and Sing 6 Brandis Purcell Walk a new road, sing a new song, dream a new dream as we go along Canada
The Joy of Singing Together Get Together and Sing 7 Hilary A. Stokes Think of all the things we could otherwise be doing
Asikatali Get Together and Sing 8 Trad., arr. Patrick Allen Asika tali no mas'ya bawzwa 3 parts South Africa
This is Our Song Get Together and Sing 9 Finland Once again we're here, friends from ev'rywhere 2 parts
We're on our way Get Together and Sing 10 Kate Stickings We're on our way, the future is ours, we're on our way, we're reaching for the stars 2 parts
Walking Disaster Get Together and Sing 11 Kate Stickings I went on an outing, just the other day
Song of Hope Get Together and Sing 12 Brandis Purcell It's a song that ev'ry heart can sing, it's a voice we all can hear 3 languages Canada
I'm gonna sing Get Together and Sing 14 Kate Stickings I'm gonna sing, sing to the Lord, I'm gonna sing
What about me? Get Together and Sing 15 Mary Batten Think about, care about all of the children New Zealand, written for the International Year of the Child
Far as East is from the West Get Together and Sing 16 Richard Cobby Far as East is from the West, from break of dawn till each sunset Psalm 113 Keep lifting our praises unto Him
Patterns of friendship Get Together and Sing 18 Pam Shaw Clouds are drifting on a gentle breeze making feathered patterns in the sky of blue
Singing a song with a friend Get Together and Sing 19 Jan Holdstock Singing a song, singing a song, singing a song with a friend 3 parts
Come and Go Get Together and Sing 19 USA Come and go with me today, we will sail across the bay round (2)
Animal Beat Get Together and Sing 20 Catherine Dodd and Jan Evans Come and sing to the animal beat, swing with me 3 parts
Rushing a-round Get Together and Sing 21 Sue Andrews Do you ever feel like you're always in a hurry round (4), actions
The Christmas Children Get Together and Sing 22 Douglas Coombes / John Emlyn Edwards To the merry Christmas Children, is born a children's King 2 parts
Gloria Get Together and Sing 23 Mary Gentry Tell the story loud and clear, gloria in excelsis Christmas
Babe in a manger Get Together and Sing 24 Sue Jackson You were a babe in a manger long ago Christmas
Travellers Get Together and Sing 25 Kate Stickings Mary rode a donkey into Bethlehem Christmas
I See the Hurts Get Together and Sing 26 J. P. Jevons I see the hurts that scar your life, your sorrows and your fears
It's Been a Long Day Get Together and Sing 27 Kate Stickings It's been a long day, it's time to go to bed
Vesper Get Together and Sing 28 Janet Lane Take us good Lord, into they keeping, guard us this night while we are sleeping Vesper, 2 parts
Traveller's Grace Get Together and Sing 29 unknown We thank thee for all our daily bread Grace, round (2)
Joy is like the Rain Get Together and Sing 30 Sister Miriam Therese Winter I saw the raindrops on my window, joy is like the rain USA
The Greatest Moment Get Together and Sing 31 Unknown, arr. Kate Stickings And then they led him to the place, the soldiers laughing in his face 2 parts
Kyrie (Lord have mercy) Get Together and Sing 32 Maggie Ansell Kyrie eleison 2 parts, prayer
Create Peace Get Together and Sing 32 Catherine Dodd and Jan Evans Peace begins with you and me, Love your friends and family round (4), prayer
Together in Song Together in Song 4 Kate Stickings / Millie Taylor Don't think about tomorrow, take each day as it comes 2 parts
Thank you my friend Together in Song 5 Unknown Thank you my friend for sharing with me, your love and your warmth, I'm grateful you see 2 parts
Waltzing with Bears Together in Song 6 Dale Marxen He goes wa- wa- wa-wa-wa- waltzing with bears, raggy bears, baggy bears, shaggy bears too USA
Travelling On Together in Song 7 Pam Shaw Singing a song when we're all together, sharing with friens pleasures old and new
Better World Together in Song 8 Peter Kneale As I wandered through the city on a soft September day
Who switches the moon on? Together in Song 10 Kate Stickings Who switches the moon on? Who lights up the sun?
Israeli Allelu Together in Song 10 Unknown Allelu allelu Israel
Wish upon a rising star Together in Song 11 Steve Schuch & Kathy Lowe, arr. Night Heron Music When you wish upon a rising star, even though it's from afar USA
Spirit of Peace Together in Song 12 Geoffrey Gardner / Douglas Coombes Spirit of peace, come to our waiting world
The Great British Summer Together in Song 13 Mary Gentry Here comes the rain again, we're getting wet again, I don't know where it comes from
A Place in the Choir Together in Song 14 Trad. All God's creatures got a place in the choir USA
Open your eyes Together in Song 16 Peter Kneale Open your eyes, look all around
I wonder why Together in Song 18 Unknown I wonder wonder why, the stars are in the sky Singing game
Walk Beside Me Together in Song 19 Steve Schuch / Night Heron Music Walk beside me as my friend, let old hurts now start to mend Singing game
Flying Together in Song 20 Alan Simmons Look at the birds see how they fly 3 parts
Singing a song with a friend Together in Song 20 Mary Gentry Sing, sing, sing, let's make music all together round (2)
Breakfast calypso Together in Song 21 Jan Holdstock When it's time for breakfast I like toast and marmalade 3 parts
Nino Querido Together in Song 22 Unknown Nino querido, duerme te ya (Baby beloved, sleeping there) Spain
Magnificat (for Werner) Together in Song 22 Christopher Walker Magnificat Round (6)
Christmas Lullaby Together in Song 23 Unknown Everywhere's still, quiet and still Christmas
Te Harinui (Great Joy) Together in Song 24 Willow Macky Not on a snowy night, by star or candle light 2 parts, Christmas
High on a Hill Together in Song 25 Kate Stickings High on a hill watching and watching, alone but with hope in his heart stood a young shepherd boy Christmas
Christmas Morn Together in Song 26 Joanna Dean and Laura Fearey Christmas time, the birthday of the lord Christmas
As you go Together in Song 27 Elinor Cross As you go may God go with you Vesper
Campfire Magic Together in Song 28 Mary Gentry Flames flickering, embers aglow, burn into the memory
May each word Together in Song 28 David Archer, arr. Pam Shaw May each word be a prayer, may each act be a gift
Loving Father Together in Song 29 Mary Gentry Loving Father, Guide us when we're waking
Go Peacefully Together in Song 30 Unknown, arr. Christine Trevor Go peacefully along your way with descant for flute / recorder
A better world When We're Together 5 Chris and John Hoggarth Wake up each day, sun shining through
Caravan song When We're Together 6 Marie Gaudette Let us go walking together 2 parts
When we're together When We're Together 7 Millie Taylor / Kate Fearey There is music and laughter in the air
Sisters in guiding When We're Together 8 Jane Darby I haven't jmet you personally but one glance confirms a friend I see
Wind When We're Together 9 John Galsworth / Marie Gaudette Wind, wind, heather gipsy, whistling in my tree
Children of the forest When We're Together 10 Sue Stevens Born in the spring when blubells stood in scented drifts of blue
The cuckoo When We're Together 11 Trad. 18th century The cuckoo is a pretty bird, she sings as she flies
Weave When We're Together 12 Rosemary Crow Weave, weave, weave us together, weave us together in unity and love
Magic Penny When We're Together 13 Malvina Reynolds Love is something if you give it away
Gifts of Nature When We're Together 14 Kate Fearey Take a swallow, watch it soar up to the sky
As we trek along When We're Together 15 GGA As we trek along together, as we trek along
Summer song When We're Together 16 Kate Fearey You can sing a song of the morning, dew drops shining on the grass
Elephant When We're Together 17 Jan Holdstock We couldn't stop the elephant escaping from the shed even when we locked the door Round (4)
Fleecy clouds When We're Together 17 Australian campfire song book Fleecy clouds and sunset glow o'er the hills are blending Round (4)
Feet When We're Together 18 Millie Taylor / Kate Fearey An elephant has great big feet Round (2)
One for sorrow When We're Together 18 Eileen R. Tomlin (words traditional) One for sorrow, two for joy
Child of mine When We're Together 19 Kate Fearey Watch from the safety of my arms enfolding you Christmas
Have you heard When We're Together 20 Hilary A. Stokes Have you heard about the stable at the inn? Christmas
Song of the Crib When We're Together 21 15th century Germany Joseph dearest, Joseph mine Christmas
Come to the stable When We're Together 22 Kate Fearey Come, come, come to the stable Christmas
Praise When We're Together 23 Eileen R. Tomlin All around, majestic mountains Vesper
For this our food When We're Together 23 Millie Taylor / Kate Fearey For this our food, for friendship work and fun Grace
Farewell the night When We're Together 24 Ralph Reader Farewell the sun, with no trace of sorrow
Night is falling When We're Together 25 Unknown Night is falling, stars are bright
My father's house When We're Together 26 Gilwell Camp Fire Book O come and go with me to my Father's house
As I go to sleep tonight When We're Together 27 Hilary A. Stokes As I go to sleep tonight, Jesus with me stay Round (2)
Being a guide with you Together Again 4 Judy Barker We'll have a good time, singing a song Canada
Campfire Friends Together Again 6 Millie Taylor / Kate Fearey We come together in friendship, we sing together for fun
Look for the beauty Together Again 6 Anne McGregor / Heather Reed Look for the beaty in each little thing, dewdrops on grass blades, a bird on the wing 2 parts
On the loose Together Again 7 Judith Keller Have you ever watched a sunrise turn a sky completely red? USA
Open your eyes Together Again 8 Judith Keller For to open your eyes is to realise all the wonders this word has to share USA
Circle of seasons Together Again 9 Millie Taylor / Kate Fearey Thank you for the newness of the springtime 2 parts
For I want to be strong Together Again 10 Unknown For I want to be strong as the land around me, I want a heart that's as wide as the sky
Mountains High Together Again 11 Unknown Mountains high, reaching for the sky, that I may climb and find peace of mind USA
Cross over the road Together Again 12 Pamela Verrall Would you walk by on the other side when someone called for aid? 2 parts
Memories Together Again 13 Kate Fearey When I was a child I remember the golden days 2 parts
Sometimes Together Again 14 David Stoll Guess how I feel, sometimes, Nothing is real, sometimes, Ev'ryone's living in dreams
Dreams Together Again 15 Unknown May all of your dreams bloom like daisies in the sun USA
Was that a tear, Lord? Together Again 16 George Wilson Cochrane / John Turner What have we done to this beautiful world? 2 parts
Carpenter's Song Together Again 18 Kate Fearey / Christine Trevor Carpenter's son, a promise was made to us, that a child would be born who would change our lives 2 parts
Tomba te tomba Together Again 19 Unknown Tomba te tomba / Holly holly hey 2 parts Jamaica
Praise the Lord, Alleluia Together Again 19 Kate Fearey Praise the Lord Alleluia Round (4)
Pax Lodge Building song Together Again 20 Barby Pulliam This is the house the Guides will built - it's Pax Lodge Round (5) USA
Gloria Together Again 21 Joseph Haydn Gloria, gloria in excelsis Round (3)
I'll sing a song Together Again 22 Elizabeth Bennett / Colin Evans I want to see your baby boy, but have no gift for you Christmas
Hear the bells Together Again 23 Pat Belringer Hear the bells ring out at Christmas Christmas
Buckby Bells Together Again 24 Peggy Norris The bells are ringing in the air, we love the message that they bear Christmas
Lullaby Jesus Together Again 25 Trad. Lullaby, Jesus, my dear one, be sleeping Christmas Poland
Our evening hymn Together Again 26 Ralph Reader, arr. Christine Trevor Before I close my eyes may I, remembering
Russian Song Together Again 27 Music trad., words and arrangement Sue Stevens Softly the trees of the forest are calling Russia
Peaceful Rest Together Again 28 Beethoven Now comes the hour for peaceful rest 3 parts
Together in the stillness Together Again 28 Sue Stevens Together in the stillness of the campfire's gentle light Round (3)
Hey dee roon Diamond Jubilee Songbook 5 Unknown Come on and sing with me, hey dee roon, oh Calypso
Let's be beginning Diamond Jubilee Songbook 6 Fritz Metzger Let's be beginning with joyful singing Round (3)
Heidi Diamond Jubilee Songbook 6 Unknown Heidi heidi hei di di di di Round (2)
Keep a' rowing Diamond Jubilee Songbook 7 Josef Marias Come and sail with me on the sea
Suitors Diamond Jubilee Songbook 8 There are suitors at my door, o-le-leo bahiha Brazil
Let us sing together Diamond Jubilee Songbook 9 Let us sing together, let us sing together, one and all a joyous song Czech
Where is John? Diamond Jubilee Songbook 9 Where is John? The old red hen has left her pen Round (3)
Old Man Great Chief Diamond Jubilee Songbook 10 Old man, great chief, maker of the mountain
Burmese Welcome Diamond Jubilee Songbook 10 Mayela, mayela Burma
Tzena Diamond Jubilee Songbook 11 words by Henry Morris Tzena, Tzena, tzena, tzena can't you hear the music playing in the village square Israel
The wind in the willows Diamond Jubilee Songbook 11 The wind in the willows sighing like a solitary soul alone Round (4)
Pokare kare Diamond Jubilee Songbook 12 Pokare kare an nga wai o rotorua 2 parts Maori (New Zealand)
Tyrolean Tramping Song Diamond Jubilee Songbook 13 Tra la la 2 parts Austria
Tall Trees Diamond Jubilee Songbook 13 Tall trees that reach the sky Round (4) Canada
Hol' yo' han' Diamond Jubilee Songbook 14 Dis long time gal me never see you, come mak me hol' yo' han Jamaica
A poi song Diamond Jubilee Songbook 14 La la la New Zealand
Song of welcome Diamond Jubilee Songbook 15 hevenu shalom / with words of peace now we greet you Israel
Swing Low Sweet Chariot Diamond Jubilee Songbook 16 arr. Beatrice & Max Krone Swing low sweet chariot, coming for to carry me home 3 parts
When the birds are calling Diamond Jubilee Songbook 18 When the birds are calling by the blue lagoon and the breeze keeps whispering a haunting tune 2 parts Australia
Tumbalalaika Diamond Jubilee Songbook 19 Yiddish Stayed a lad awake the night through Israel
Oy le oy le Diamond Jubilee Songbook 20 Oy le oy le 2 parts solomon Islands
My heart is thankful Diamond Jubilee Songbook 20 Kenneth Simpson Lord, when I think of all the mercies thou hast shown to me and all men, my heart is thankful Round (3)
Cheelo-cheelo Diamond Jubilee Songbook 21 trad. African, English words by Joan Griffiths Though I'm smaller than the sun, though I'm lighter than the air, yet I sing as I fly, cheeli… Africa
Australian campfire opening Diamond Jubilee Songbook 22 Anne Dreyer / Robin Ward Sit round the campfire now night is here Australia
Humming round Diamond Jubilee Songbook 22 Edith o'Hanrahan Mmm Round (4)
Gonna sing Diamond Jubilee Songbook 23 Gonna sing when the spirit says sing USA
Sing and rejoice Diamond Jubilee Songbook 23 Sing and rejoice, sing and rejoice Round (4)
Our campfire is dying down Diamond Jubilee Songbook 24 Our campfire is dying down and night in her deep blue gown comes softly o'er the fields Germany
Goo'night, aye Diamond Jubilee Songbook 24 Goodnight aye Guyana
Light the stars Diamond Jubilee Songbook 25 Light the stars waiting over head 2 parts South Africa
The guide marching song (additional verse) Diamond Jubilee Songbook 25 MCC, the Girl Guides Association Who are these leaving the beaten track main song is in the Centenary Songbook)
Johnny Appleseed Diamond Jubilee Songbook 26 The lord is good to me and so I thank the Lord grace
This happy meal Diamond Jubilee Songbook 26 This happy meal will happier be Grace
For all the sunshine Diamond Jubilee Songbook 27 For all the sunshine for nourishing rain, dear Lord for thy goodness we thank thee Grace Fiji
For Food and Joy Diamond Jubilee Songbook 27 For this food and our joy, giver of all we thank thee Grace Greece
Jamaican camp grace Diamond Jubilee Songbook 28 Lift up your hearts, hearts and minds and voices all give thanks, we thank thee Lord Grace Jamaica
Praise and thanksgiving Diamond Jubilee Songbook 28 Praise and thanksgiving let ev'ryone bring Grace, Round (3) Alsace, France
Tout se tait Diamond Jubilee Songbook 29 Tout se tait, plus de bruit (All is silent, all sounds cease) round (4) France
Praise the Lord, O my soul Diamond Jubilee Songbook 29 Praise the Lord, O my soul, while I live I will praise the Lord round (5)
Save us o lord Diamond Jubilee Songbook 30 Daphne Bird Save us O Lord while waking, and guard us sleeping prayer, 2 parts
Lord let thy light so shine Diamond Jubilee Songbook 30 Words by E. Hartley Lord let they light so shine on this waiting heart of mine, that I may be wholly thine round (3)
Gloria Diamond Jubilee Songbook 31 Gloria, gloria, Lord God on high 3 parts Austria
Gloria Diamond Jubilee Songbook 31 Bach (adapted) Gloria in excelsis deo Round (3)
Gently let the evening's peace Diamond Jubilee Songbook 32 Gently let the evening's pace, Earth in darkness shelter Round (4) Germany
Go Well and Safely Diamond Jubilee Songbook 32 arr. Daphne Bird Go well and safely 3 parts Zulu, Africa
Shake a friend's hand Something old, something new 2 Unknown Shake a friend's hand, shake the hand next to you Actions
The crocodile Something old, something new 3 Unknown There was a crocodile, an orangutan, a foxy snake and an eagle fly Actions
If all the raindrops Something old, something new 4 Unknown If all the raindrops were lemon drops and gum drops oh what a world this would be
Nursery Rhyme Rap Something old, something new 5 Unknown Hey, ain't that funky Rap, actions
Irritation song Something old, something new 6 Mary Gentry I always click in the morning, clickall the day
Let's make music Something old, something new 7 John Ireland We've come to make music, o let's make music, most are right notes, some are wrong notes
The snail Something old, something new 8 Mary Gentry One bright summer day in the garden I saw a snivelling snail
I can see a nasty spider Something old, something new 10 Jeremy Taylor I can see a nasty spider, creeping up on me
We're gonna sing Something old, something new 12 E. R. Tomlin We're gonna sing together and dance together and laugh together today Round (4)
I'm not strong sir Something old, something new 13 Unknown I'm not strong sir, sure 'til wrong sir, such high notes my voice to strain Round (3)
Steam train Something old, something new 14 Jan Holdstock Chuffa / All the wheels go diddle dah / Whistle blows ooo eee 3 parts
Lament of a Singing Circle Something old, something new 15 Mary Gentry LGSG / NKOR 3 parts
The sound of the rain Something old, something new 16 Verlaine, trans. James Wild The sound of the rain falling gently on the ground Round (3)
The Lord is my shepherd Something old, something new 17 Trad. The lord is my shepherd, my guard and my guide England / Cornwall
Cool Pines Something old, something new 18 M. P. Prior Cool pines, reaching to the sky Round (2) Canada
One step more Something old, something new 20 Unknown One step more / when the way is weary / when I remember how he died for me / Walking with Jesus 4 parts
Swiss Walking Song Something old, something new 22 Trad. O du li… walk a long with me and gaily gaily sing a round along with Rira Round (4)
The swan sings Something old, something new 23 Unknown The swan sings teerilio teerilio teerilio Round (4)
Swing a melody Something old, something new 24 Sue Andrews We'll sing a melody, swing a melody, voices together we're sharing a song 3 parts
Mr Jazz Man Something old, something new 26 Sue Andrews With a song and a smile let us sing for a while, lift up your heart and be happy Round (3)
the Midge Song Something old, something new 28 Sue Andrews Oh you've never been to camp till you're living in the damp and the midges are driving you crazy Round (3)
Touch a heart Something old, something new 30 Di Stagg / M. P. Prior Touch a heart with music, touch a life with song 2 parts
The silver moon Something old, something new 31 The silver moon is shining upon the silent meadow 2 parts Sicily, Italy
Sing, sing a song Something old, something new 32 Sue Andrews Sing, sing a song to God the Father a new song to the Lord 2 parts
Beauty around us Something old, something new 34 arr. Mary Gentry Beauty around us, glory above us 3 parts
Cloud ships Something old, something new 36 words H. H. Harbour Like snow white sailing boats on a blue sea 2 parts Tyrolean folk song, Austria
Soualle Something old, something new 38 Unknown Soualle soualle 3 parts Africa lullaby
Halle halle Something old, something new 39 Unknown Halle halle halleluia 3 parts Caribbean
Jabulani Something old, something new 40 Trad. Jesus like an oil to heal our land, to heal our land 2 parts Africa
The Carousel of Life Something old, something new 42 Sue Andrews The world is a network of people, together we'll make it go 2 parts written as the camp song for Network '98
Guides of the world Something old, something new 44 Sue Andrews Guides of the world together stand to build a future in each and ev'ry land 2 parts
Jungle Mammy Something old, something new 47 Trad. Ah yah, tair um bam, boo wah, kee lay 2 parts France, Creole
The Sweet Nightingale Something old, something new 48 Trad., arr. M. P. Prior My seetheart come along, don't you hear the sweet song, the sweet notes of the nightingale 3 parts
My Friend Something old, something new 50 Albert Camus / Eileen R. Tomlin Don't walk before me, I may not follow, don't walk behind me I may not lead 3 parts
Those hazy lazy feelings Something old, something new 51 Trad. / Unknown Those hazy lazy feelings through the campfire sigh Malaysia
Song of the world centres Something old, something new 52 M. P. Prior Our chalet, Cabana, Sangam and Pax Lodge, World centres in different lands Commissioned for 1996 Wold Conference, Canada
Ranger Song Something old, something new 54 Mary Chater Firm be the bond that binds us fast, firm be the faith we owe
The Sun Something old, something new 55 Unknown The sun is a very magic fellow, shining down on me all day
Each campfire lights anew Something old, something new 56 Unknown Each campfire lights anew the flame of friendship USA
Gloria Something old, something new 57 Trad. Gloria, gloria, Gott in der Hoh 3 parts Austria, Christmas
Christmas Lullaby Something old, something new 58 Mary Gentry Lullaby, lullaby, go to sleep my little one Christmas
Neath the Tinsel Something old, something new 59 M. P. Prior Neath the tinsel and the stress runs a thread of happiness Christmas
A La Nanita Nana Something old, something new 60 Trad., arr. M. P. Prior and P. Kneale My Jesus he is sleeping, o come behold him Christmas, 2 parts
Lights Out Something old, something new 62 Arthur Poyser Goodnight, may the Great Father of us all 2 parts Canada (from Jubilee song book, GGC)
Now darkness soft falling Something old, something new 63 Trad. English by A. D. Z. The darkness soft falling brings onward the night 2 parts Austria
A Celtic Blessing Something old, something new 64 David Adam / Eileen R. Tomlin On sea or land in ebb or flow, God be with you 2 / 3 parts
Goodnight Something old, something new 65 Sue Andrews Night draws close / as darkness enfolds / Oh Father keep us ever safe 3 parts
New Forest Vesper Something old, something new 66 M Chater / D Whitehouse Visit O Lord this house and all who dwell therein 3 parts from Girl Guide Songbook 2
Lord in the stillness Something old, something new 68 Sue Andrews Lord in the stillness I come to you 2 parts
The National Anthem Something old, something new 70 God save our gracious Queen 4 parts Transposed by Hettie G. Smith, to a lower than normal key
Farmyard Choir Meet and sing 1 Mary Gentry In the farmyard listen to the animals for rainbows
Rainbow band Meet and sing 2 Mary Gentry here comes the rainbow band for rainbows
Rainbow welcome Meet and sing 3 Mary Gentry Hello, hello, and how are you? for rainbows
Baby duck Meet and sing 4 Unknown Oh wasn't it a bit of luck that I was born a baby duck Round (2), Actions
Jingle Clap Meet and sing 5 Unknown Clap your hands, stamp your feet, let's all stand up please Actions To the tune of Jingle Bells
Move your hands Meet and sing 6 Eileen Diamond Move your hands to the rhythm of the music (actions)
African Urban Song Meet and sing 7 As taught by Pat Shaw Rangers come down, there's a meeting on the field tonight Africa
Be Bold Meet and sing 8 M. P. Prior Be bold friend, yes you've got to just be bold friend written for Essex West County Camp
Everyone's invited Meet and sing 9 Mary Gentry Ev'ryone's invited to the evening of the century, all the world is coming from the greatest to the small
Flames flickering Meet and sing 10 Mary Gentry Flames flickering, embers a-glow, burn into the memory, friends singing in harmony,
Happy Hiking Song Meet and sing 11 R. M. and S. Sandifer As we swing along we love to sing a song, whether rhyme or verse or chorus
The Great British Summer Meet and sing 12 Mary Gentry Here comes the rain again, we're getting wet again, I don't know where it's come from, but I know just where it's going Calypso style
It's a good thing to sing Meet and sing 14 Unknown It's a good thing to sing, singing is the thing that cheers you up when days are dark and dreary
Look on the happy side Meet and sing 15 Unknown Look on the happy side, always look on the happy side, look on the happy side of life
Look Wider Meet and sing 16 adapted from Freda Todd When you think you're looking wide, look wider still, behold the world that lies outside your window sill
Take my hand Meet and sing 17 Ruth Crane Take my hand and lead me on my way, be with me in all I do
Say when Meet and sing 18 Unknown Say when will we ever meet again… (say where / say why)
Sunshine smile Meet and sing 19 Unknown Have you got the sunshine smile? 
Smile Meet and sing 20 B. Fisher When you meet your friends, what do you do?  Do you look away or at your shoe?
Winds are blowin' Meet and sing 22 Unknown Winds are blowin' and the rain is fallin' and joy is fillin' the air USA
Sing your way home Meet and sing 23 Unknown Sing your way home at the end of the day USA
Castles Meet and sing 24 M. P. Prior Castles to keep out the villain and fow, castles in the air are your dreams Round (5)
Come and sing a round Meet and sing 25 found in "Brown Bread and butter" pub. Ward Lock come, sing a round with me, let us united be Round (4) from the campfire song collection of Mrs E. Rutherford
Good friends Meet and sing 26 Hebrew If we would all be good friends and neighbours oh how good this world would be Round (4) Israel
I'm in the doghouse Meet and sing 27 Mary Gentry I'm in the doghouse again Round (5)
Keep music alive Meet and sing 28 Douglas Coombes, © Lindsay Music 1991 Keep music alive, keep music alive, let the whole world hear our song Round (4)
Let the long time sun Meet and sing 28 Unknown Let the long time sun shine on you, all love surround you Round (2) USA
Sing, sing, sing Meet and sing 29 Mary Gentry Sing, sing, sing, let's make music all together Round (2)
Smoothly round Meet and sing 29 Unknown Smoothly round the world is turning, turning always on to morning Round (3)
Nursery Rhymes Quodlibet Meet and sing 30 Unknown Little Jack Horner / Sing a song of sixpence / Little Bo Peep / Rock-a-bye baby Parts (4)
We can do the hand jive Meet and sing 32 Rosemary Redding We can do the hand jive / watch us do the hand jive / do it Actions, Parts (3)
A place in the choir Meet and sing 33 Bill Staines All God's creatures got a place in the choir, some sing low and some sing higher Parts (2) USA
Leisure Meet and sing 36 Words W H Davies, music source unknown What is this life, if full of care we have no time to stand and stare Parts (2)
Cowboy song Meet and sing 38 Music Malcolm Roberts, words M. P. Prior Sing as you ride the prairie, sing as you jog along Parts (2) USA
Sixtieth Birthday Song Meet and sing 40 M. P. Prior The past, a present for the future, this is the trust we carry along Parts (2) written for the 60th birthday celebrations at our Chalet in 1992
The National Anthem Meet and sing 42 arr. Mervyn Bruxner God save our gracious Queen Parts (3) in B flat major
When I needed a neighbour Meet and sing 45 As taught by Pat Shaw I was hungry and thirsty were you there, were you there 2nd and 3rd parts, main song is found in "Faith Folk and Clarity"
New Year Meet and sing 46 Mary Gentry O Lord in this new year we pray as now the old year fades away Parts (3)
Palestinian Partner Song Meet and sing 48 Hebrew folk song - trad, descant source unknown Here is a song from Jericho, it's a melody you ought to know / Farewell dear friends Parts (2) Israel
Spring Song Meet and sing 50 tune: German trad, descant: Norway, words: M. P. Prior All the birds sing bright and clear, bright and clear in this lovely spring time Parts (2)
Partners Meet and sing 51 Unknown You and me we're gonna be partners, you and me, we're gonna pals, you and me we're gonna be partners, buddies and pals Parts (2) USA
World Friends Meet and sing 52 words Margaret Hawkins Where ever we may travel, on land in air or sea, we're guides Round (3)
Vowel song Meet and sing 53 Maori A E I O U, A E I O U, Piko piko piko Actions New Zealand
Walking at night Meet and sing 54 European Walking at night along the meadow way, home from the dance besdie my maiden gay
American Hand Clap Meet and sing 55 USA - Clap USA
Finnish Yell Meet and sing 55 Aidii kaidii kolovolo vaidii Yell Finland
I Wonder Why Meet and sing 56 Unknown I wonder, wonder why, the stars are in the sky, wompala, la, la, la Singing game Australia
Jingle at the windows Meet and sing 58 Unknown Skp one window tideo, skip two windows, tideo Singing game USA
Left luggage rap Meet and sing 59 Unknown I left my luggage in the left luggage office Rap / singing game
Misseudeo Meet and sing 60 Trad This way Misseudeo, that way misseudeo Singing game USA, tune - Shortening Bread
Romeo and Juliet Meet and sing 61 Canada (played to any well known song) Singing game Canada
Seasons Meet and sing 62 Words Frances Parrett, music source unknown As the seasons come and seasons go from year to year, so the circle turns Singing game
Thinking Day Train Yell Meet and sing 63 Evelyn Ellmore Guides in Africa, and Australia, Belgian Guiders Yell
We who have come here Meet and sing 63 We who have come here, come here together Actions Zimbabwe
Descant to Morning has Broken Meet and sing 64 Douglas Coombes Ah descant tune - Bunessan
Descant to Sangam Festival Song Meet and sing 65 Jean Torpy We come to share the music and song, all frinds at Sangam will last our life long descant Tune by S. Wingfield, found in "Songs for All Sorts"
A very long time ago Meet and sing 66 Isabel Brown A very long time ago, and a very long way away Christmas
Christmas Natus Est Meet and sing 67 Taize Christus natus est Christmas round (3)
Baby, baby Meet and sing 68 Isabel Brown baby, baby, lying in a manger, Mary watches all the night Christmas
Upside down Christmas Meet and sing 69 Shirley Murray / Colin Gibson Carol our Christmas, an upside down Christmas, snow is not falling and trees are not bare Christmas Hope Publishing USA
Breton Carol (Hunty's Carol) Meet and sing 70 obligato by M. P. Prior No candle was there and no fire, in the stable where Jesus was born Christmas © Bedford College of Higher Education, 1990
Just another Christmas Meet and sing 72 Ruth Crane Can you hear me sigh, all alone I cry, all around is peaceful, living in the dreamworld I can see Christmas
As you go Meet and sing 74 Elinor Cross As you go may God go with you, showing all he has to give you © 1991 Elinor Cross
Friends will be there Meet and sing 76 Ruth Crane When you are angry or feeling sad, remember tomorrow's never as bad © Ruth Crane
Ripton Lodge Meet and sing 78 Ruth Crane Here we are at Ripton Lodge today, to meet our friends and make some new ones besides written for the opening of Ripton Lodge, Cambs W is Oct '92.  Replace Ripton Lodge with your chosen venue.  © 1992 Ruth Crane
We belong Meet and sing 80 Ruth Crane We are some of the children who belong, to one great family of love © Ruth Crane
Finnish Evening Meet and sing 82 Words Ruth Crane, music trad. As the sun sinks below the horizon spreading flames across the sky Vesper Finland
Foxlease Vesper Meet and sing 83 Mary Chater Father unto thee we raise hearts and voices full of praise Vesper
God Bless Our Friends Meet and sing 84 words Isabel Brown, music - Pease Pudding Hot, trad. God bless our friends, God bless our food Grace
Linger Meet and sing 84 Unknown Linger a little longer and say Goodnight, don't be in such a hurry to be on your way USA
Loving Father Meet and sing 85 Mary Gentry Loving Father, Guide us when we're waking 3 parts
The Chalet Song The first book of camp-fire songs 2 trans Betty Askwith, used by permission High up, high on the mountain, we've founded our Chalet words only
Oh how lovely is the evening The first book of camp-fire songs 2 ?, copyright Oh how lovely is the evening, is the evening, when the bells are sweetly ringing Round (3) Canada
The Frog The first book of camp-fire songs 3 Trad. A frog he would a wooing ride, ah hoo, ah hoo USA
The Road to Maresfield The first book of camp-fire songs 4 Arthur Poyser I'm out on the road in the morning when the heath is a-sparkle with dew
Taps The first book of camp-fire songs 5 Day is done / Thanks and praise
Tree song The first book of camp-fire songs 6 arr. Anne H Chapin, from a book by R. Radcliffe-Whitehead Live, live, live, our fields and woodlands need you 3 parts Croatia
God be in my head The first book of camp-fire songs 7 © H. Walford Davies God be in my head and in my understanding 3 parts
A camp The first book of camp-fire songs 8 A camp, a camp in sunny weather, our tents are pitch'd amidst the heather Round (3)
Rosa fra Fyen (Roses from Fyen) The first book of camp-fire songs 8 Rosen fra Fyen Round (4) Denmark
Grasshoppers Three The first book of camp-fire songs 8 Grasshoppers three a fiddling went Hey ho! Never be still Round (3)
Luther's Cradle Hymn The first book of camp-fire songs 9 © Hope Publishing, Chicago Away in a manger, no crib for a bed Christmas
Green grow the rushes - ho The first book of camp-fire songs 10 Trad. I'll sing you one-ho (green grow the rushes - ho) solo & 3 parts
A-Roving The first book of camp-fire songs 12 Trad In Plymouth Town there lived a maid, bless you young women sea shanty, solo & 3 parts
Autumn Song The first book of camp-fire songs 13 words Henry Graham, music trad. We'll up and be gone to the woodland fields
When Johnny come marching home The first book of camp-fire songs 14 Trad. When Johnny comes marching home again, hurrah, hurrah, we'll give him a hearty welcome
Golden Slumbers The first book of camp-fire songs 15 Trad., arr. H. A. Chambers Golden slumbers kiss your eyes, smiles awake you when you rise Lullaby
Lullaby (Wiegenlied) The first book of camp-fire songs 16 Brahms In they cradle so light mother rocks thee goodnight
O can ye sew cushions The first book of camp-fire songs 17 Trad, arr. H. W. O can ye sew cushions and can ye sew sheets?  And can ye sing balluloo when the bairn greets Scots Folk tune
Hiawatha The first book of camp-fire songs 18 H. A. Donald, words Longfellow At the door on summer evenings sat the little Hiawatha, heard the whisp'ring of the pine trees
Music shall live The first book of camp-fire songs 19 All things shall perish from under the sky, music alone shall live Denmark (words also in Danish)
Bound for the Rio Grande The first book of camp-fire songs 20 ed. Sir R. R. Terry I'll sing you a song of the fish of the sea
Strawberry Fair The first book of camp-fire songs 21 Trad. AS I was going to Strawberry Fair
The Queen's grace The first book of camp-fire songs 22 music Mary Chater, words George Belling God bless our meat, God guide our ways Grace
A Royal Round The first book of camp-fire songs 22 Mary Chater The bells of the kingdom are clashing and swinging, the Guides of the kingdom are chanting and singing Round (4)
Summer is a-coming in The first book of camp-fire songs 23 13th century Summer is a-coming in, loudly sing cuckoo
De Boatman The first book of camp-fire songs 24 O, de boatman dance, the boatman sing
Glory to thee my God this night The first book of camp-fire songs 24 16th century Glory to thee my God this night for all the blessings of the light Round (4)
A Short Grace The first book of camp-fire songs 25 Mary Chater Bless o Lord this food, for which we praise thy name Grace, Round (4)
Grace The first book of camp-fire songs 25 Morning / noontime / evening is here, the board is spread, thanks be to God who gives us bread Grace
Guide Grace The first book of camp-fire songs 25 words Dorothy Kerr, arr. Mary Chater Bless this our food and bless us in our guiding Grace
Will ye no come back again? The first book of camp-fire songs 26 Trad, words from a poem by Lady Nairne, arr. Mary Chater Bonnie Charlie's noo awa, safely owre the friendly main
Ca' the ewes tae the knowes The first book of camp-fire songs 27 words by Robert Burns Ca the ewes tae the knowes, Ca' them whaur the heather grows
Close thine eyes The first book of camp-fire songs 27 words by Charles I, arr. K.S. close thine eyes and sleeep secure, thy soul is safe, thy body secure Round (4)
Polly Wolly doodle The first book of camp-fire songs 28 Oh my Sal, she am a maiden fair
Greensleeves The first book of camp-fire songs 30 Trad, arr. Mary Chater Alas my love you do me wrong, to cast me off discourteously
Donkey riding The first book of camp-fire songs 32 Were you ever in Quebec, stowing timber on the deck English - Canadian Sea Song
Now Robin lend to me thy bow The first book of camp-fire songs 33 Trad. Now Robin lend to me thy bow Round (4)
The foot traveller The first book of camp-fire songs 34 On foot I gaily take my way, tra la la
Let's have a peal The first book of camp-fire songs 35 Let's have a peal for John Cook's soul, for he was a very, very honest man, an honest man Round (9)
Fare thee well The first book of camp-fire songs 35 Fare thee well, luck go with thee, when I'm far, remember me Round (4)
For Health and Strength The first book of camp-fire songs 35 For health and strength and daily food we praise thy name o Lord Grace, Round (4)
Camp Fire Opening (Sussex) The first book of camp-fire songs 36 Come, come, light up the fire, come, come, join in the ring 3 parts
Camp Fire Opening (Netherlands) The first book of camp-fire songs 37 Nederlandse Padvinstersgilde (Dutch girl scouts) The wood has all been brought, the fire is burning brightly, the smoke soars up Actions
Shusti-fidli The first book of camp-fire songs 38 Fjeril Hess & Lillian Jackson Children guess what I have here, tell us, tell us father dear Singing game Czechoslovakia
Louisiana Lullaby The first book of camp-fire songs 40 Dreamland opens here, sweep the dream path clear Lullaby USA
Praise and Thanks The second book of camp-fire songs 2 Padvindsters Liederenbundel, trans D M W Praise and thanks be to God for his grace and mercy, and his love endureth now and evermore Round (4) Netherlands
Before you make a promise The second book of camp-fire songs 2 W Shield Before you make a promise, consider well its importance; And when made, engrave it on your heart Round (4)
The Miller Sleeps / Meunier tu dors The second book of camp-fire songs 3 words M. C. C., music by Schubert The miller sleeps and never keeps his watch up on the creaking sail Round (3) also in French
St George for Merry England The second book of camp-fire songs 3 Trad. Saint George for Merry England, Saint Denis for France, Honi soit qui mal y pense Round (4)
The song of friendship The second book of camp-fire songs 4 Signorita di Carpegna Let's all go singing a merry song and meet in the morning sun Round (2) Italy
Serve God daily The second book of camp-fire songs 4 Sailing orders of Sir John Hawkins, music by Mary Chater Serve God daily, love one another, preserve… Round (3)
Scrape no fiddlestick The second book of camp-fire songs 5 adapted from Mit uns Springet Scrape no fiddlestick, touch no key, blow no horn but sing with me Round (3), Actions
Lullaby The second book of camp-fire songs 5 Lulla lullaby, lullaby, lullaby, sweetly sing Round (9)
Alleluia The second book of camp-fire songs 6 Daphne Bird Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia, amen Round (3)
Allelu The second book of camp-fire songs 6 Unknown Allelu, allelu, allelu, alleluia, praise ye the Lord 2 parts
Hebrew Chant The second book of camp-fire songs 7 Unknown Ah Round (4)
A ram sam sam The second book of camp-fire songs 7 Unknown A ram sam sam, a ram sam sam, gooli… Morocco
Suo Gan The second book of camp-fire songs 8 Trad. Sleep my baby on my bosom, round you folded mother's arms Welsh lullaby
Fairy Lullaby The second book of camp-fire songs 9 Trad. I left my darling lying here Gaelic
Our Chalet Song Our Chalet Song Book 1 Joseph Bovet, words by Betty Askwith / E Droin de Morsier High up, high on the mountain, we've founded our Chalet also in French
Our Cabana Song Our Chalet Song Book 2 from an old Mexican song, "Las Mananitas" Neath the grand Sierra Madre on a plan in Mexico
Sangam Song Our Chalet Song Book 3 Comdr. Japheth The symbol of one-ness, Sangam is our pride where love and affection don't change like the tide
Vem Kan Segla Our Chalet Song Book 4 Scout Sanger, Soutforlaget, Stockholm Vem kan segla forutan vind? Sweden
Chantons Le Feu Our Chalet Song Book 4 France Du fago jaillit la flamme France
Viva la Musica Our Chalet Song Book 4 Viva viva la musica 3 part round
Orchestra Our Chalet Song Book 5 Drum, drum / yeh oh yeh / la la la 3 part round sounds like an orchestra playing
The Hills Our Chalet Song Book 5 The hills in their glorious height, surround us by day and by night, sing praise to the hills 3 part round
Ego sum pauper Our Chalet Song Book 5 Ego sum pauper (nothing do I own) 3 part round
Rally song Our Chalet Song Book 6 From the Ditty Bag, by permission of Janet E. Tobitt Milha bilou loubi shembel 4 part round  Turkey
Toembai Our Chalet Song Book 6 Toembai, toembai / tra la la 3 part round Israel
Sing together Our Chalet Song Book 7 Sing, sing together; merrily, merrily sing 3 part round
Let us sing together Our Chalet Song Book 7 Good Fellowship Songs, Co-op Recreation Service, Inc. Let us sing together, let us sing together, one and all a joyous song 4 part round Czechoslovakia
Hiney Mah Tov Our Chalet Song Book 8 Psalm 133:1 as sung by Tova Ben-Tsvi, Jerusalem Hineymah tovumah nayim (How good and pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together) 2 part round Israel
Shalom Chaverim Our Chalet Song Book 8 Shalom, chaverim! (glad tidings we bring of peace on earth, goodwill toward men…) 2 part round Israel
Rise up, o flame Our Chalet Song Book 9 Cristoph Praetorius Rise up, o flame, by thy light glowing 8 part round also in French & German
Hatt i di Our Chalet Song Book 9 St Aegyd, Austria, 1894 Hatt i di 2 part round Austria
Es Burebuebli mah-n-i-nit Our Chalet Song Book 10 Swiss folk song, English words by Max Exner Es Burebuebli mahni nit, das g'seht me mir wohl a, hu-he! (No farmer boy for me, Mama!) folk also in English
Bella Bimba Our Chalet Song Book 11 Italian Folk Song, English by K F R Ma come balli bella bimba folk
Mir Senne hei's lustig Our Chalet Song Book 12 German / Swiss folk song Mir senne hei's lustig (The herdsman is merry, he sings all day long) folk also in English
Ecoute la priere Our Chalet Song Book 13 Czech folk song Ecoute la priere qui du camp mote vers toi (listen to the prayer which rises from the camp to you) Luxembourg
J'ai lie ma botte (I tied my posies) Our Chalet Song Book 14 Francine Cockenpot, English by V. M. Synge (from Vents du Nord no 4, by permission of Editions du Seuil) Au bois voisin l'y a des violettes (in nearby woods there are sweet smelling violets) in French and English
Bell Yodel Our Chalet Song Book 15 from the singing of Inge Peinlich of Vienna, Austria Hodari hodaro, hodaridiriaho 3 parts Austria
Land of the silver birch Our Chalet Song Book 16 Land of the silver birch, home of the beaver, where still the mighty moose wanders at will 3 parts Canada
Les Clartes de la Nuit Our Chalet Song Book 17 A chevalier / Cesar Geoffray, by permission of Editions du Seuil Les clartes de la nuit ont brode les sommets des grands monts 3 parts France
Route d'amitie (Friendship's Way) Our Chalet Song Book 18 Francine Cockenpot, trans V M Synge.  From Vents du Nord no 16, by permission of Editions du seuil As with you I have walk'd up the paths on the hillside, loving it all the day 3 parts France
Swinging along Our Chalet Song Book 20 Swinging along the open road, swinging along under a sky that's clear 2 parts also in French
Barges Our Chalet Song Book 21 Out of my window, looking in the night, I can see the barges' flickering light
Wimbaway Our Chalet Song Book 22 Wimbaway, wimbaway 4 parts South Africa
Automne Colchiques Our Chalet Song Book 22 Francine Cockenpot, trans V M Synge.  From Vents du Nord no 29, by permission of Editions du Seuil Colchiques dans les pres fleurissent (Colchiques bloom again, in meadows, in meadows) 2 parts
Au bord de la Riviere Our Chalet Song Book 24 Francine Cockenpot, trans V M Synge.  From Vents du Nord no 2, by permission of Editions du Seuil Au bord de la riviere ( as I walked by the river, by the water's edge, breezes were a-blowing) 2 parts
Sakura (Cherry Trees) Our Chalet Song Book 25 © 1956, Cooperative Recreation Service, Inc., Delaware, Ohio.  English by K F R Sakura! (Cherry trees, cherry trees, bloom so bright in April breeze) Japan
Linstead Market Our Chalet Song Book 26 Carry mi' ackee go-a Linstead Market Jamaica
Tina Singu Our Chalet Song Book 26 © 1957, African Songs, L. Rohrbough, Delaware, Ohio Tina singu leluvutaeo (we are burning fire) echo / 3 parts Basutoland, Africa
Come and sail with me Our Chalet Song Book 28 Josef Marios, arr Susan Stevens Come and sail with me on the sea, anywhere / keep a-rowing 2 parts trad. Africa , origin - Netherlands
Iona Gloria Our Chalet Song Book 29 Gloria, gloria, gloria, in excelsis Deo 3 parts prayer
Ski song Our Chalet Song Book 30 Jubilee songbook, Girl Guides of Canada Teneshay alaee, sveska shay alaee 2 parts
Kein schoner land (no lovelier countryside) Our Chalet Song Book 30 German folk song, English by F M A Ken schoner Land in dieser Zeit (there is no lovelier countryside than this of ours) 2 parts
The tuneful guitar Our Chalet Song Book 32 If his heart is as light as his measure then his life is nothing but pleasure 2 parts & tambourine
Die Dammerung fallt Our Chalet Song Book 33 Di dammerung fallt, wir sind mu de vom Traben Germany
Uti var hage Our Chalet Song Book 34 folksong from Gotland Uti var hage dar vaxa bla bar Kom hjartans frojd! 3 parts also in German
Tzena Our Chalet Song Book 35 Second Youth Song Book O U P & Diamond Jubilee Songbook GGA Tzena, tzena, tzena, tzena, can't you hear the music playing in the village square? 2 part round
Somerset walking song Our Chalet Song Book 36 Susan Stevens Tra la / Gaily we swing along, singing a hpapy song, Green hills lie far ahead, we're on our way! 2 parts
Vi skal ikkje sova bort sumarnatta Our Chalet Song Book 37 Aslaug Lastad Lygre / Geirr Tveitt, used by permission Vi skal ikkje sova boart sumarnatta, ho er for ljos tildet
It's a small world Our Chalet Song Book 38 Richard M Sherman & Robert B Sherman, © 1963 Wonderland Music Company Inc., (USA), used by permission It's a world of laughter, a world of tears also in other languages
Swing low, sweet chariot Our Chalet Song Book 40 Arr. Beatrix & Max Krones, used by permission Swing low, sweet chariot, coming for to carry me home 4 parts spiritual
In de Stilte Kimt Het Leven Our Chalet Song Book 42 C Boeke / Adr. C. Schuurman In de stilte kimt het leven 2 parts
Kesailta (Summer Evening) Our Chalet Song Book 42 Ol' kaunis kesailta, kun laak sossa kavelin folk Finland
Ksekina Mia Psaropoula (Sponge Fishing) Our Chalet Song Book 43 from the singing of Ted Alevizos Ksekina mia psaropoula (Little ship, we'll go a-fishing out from the shore) Greece
Tumbalalaika Our Chalet Song Book 44 arr. Susan Stevens Tumbala / A young man wonders how he will find a girl who is gentle, loving and kind 2 parts Yiddish love song
Cyfri'r Geifr Our Chalet Song Book 45 Oes gafr eto? Oes heb ei godro, ar y creigiau geirwon mae'r hen afr yn crwydro Wales
Somewhere there's a forest Our Chalet Song Book 46 Susan Stevens Somewhere there's a forest where you can stand and dream 2 parts
The Rover Our Chalet Song Book 47 See those clouds rolling on their way, see those stars shining so gay
Elijah Rock Our Chalet Song Book 48 arr. Susan Stevens Rock" Shout! Rock Elijah! / Satan ain't nuthin' but a snake in de grass 2 parts spiritual
I Ifandra (The Weaver) Our Chalet Song Book 49 folk song St'argalio tis kathismeni ti saitatis chtipa folk Greece
Vous qui cherchez le signe Our Chalet Song Book 50 used with permission of "Le Chant do Monde", 64 rue Ampere, 75017 Paris Sur la plai ne longue, aux quatre vents du ciel 2 parts France (you who are looking for the sign)
Le front penche sur la terre Our Chalet Song Book 51 Le front penche sur la terre, j'allais seul et soucieux France
Der Frohlichkeit die Turen auf Our Chalet Song Book 52 Der Frohlichkeit die Turn auf, ein Lied fur den Abend gesungen folk Germany
Blowing in the wind Our Chalet Song Book 52 Bob Dylan, © Warner Bros Music Ltd, used by permission How many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man?
I go my merry way (Tous les chemins) Our Chalet Song Book 54 Soeur Sourire, OP (English lyrics by Noel Regney), *c) 1962 Intersong Primavera sa Brussels, Belgium A song on my lips, a song in my heart, I go my merry way
Skye Boat Song Our Chalet Song Book 56 trad, arr. Susan Stevens Speed bonnie boat like a bird on the wing 2 parts Scotland
I know where I'm goin' Our Chalet Song Book 57 trad, arr. Susan Stevens I know where I'm goin' and I know who's goin' with me 2 parts Ireland
Dese Bones Gonna Rise Again Our Chalet Song Book 58 trad, arr. Susan Stevens De Lord he thought he'd make a man, dese bones a-gonna rise again 2 parts spiritual
Drei Zigeuner Our Chalet Song Book 59 music: der Anfangszeit der Jugendbewegung, words: N Lenau Drei Zigeuner fand ich einmal liegen an einer Weide
Plus de joie Our Chalet Song Book 60 Plus de joie plus de lumiere
De-ci, De-la, Semons la Joie (Jubelana) Our Chalet Song Book 60 Marcelle de Meulemeester (English words by They) De-ci de-la semons la joie (Far and near, come let us share sending a message of courage and joy / Jubelana let us rejoice)
Pourquoi donc attendre demain (Why wait till another day?) Our Chalet Song Book 62 Marcelle de Meulemeester, English words Rosana Knox Why wait 'till another day / o please hear this song, this song in the wind, the song of ones who plead
Schlaf mein Kind Our Chalet Song Book 64 Sclaf mein Kind ich wieg dich leise bajuschki baju Russia
Nun fangt ein Lied mir an Our Chalet Song Book 64 Nun fangt ein Lied mir an
Wo die Sterne gluhen Our Chalet Song Book 65 Wo die Sterne gluhen still in Gottes Hand
Benedicite de Notre Chalet (Our Chalet Grace) Our Chalet Song Book 66 Francine Cockenpot, trans. V M Synge, by permission of Editions du Seuil You, who have worked today for our refreshment Grace also in French
God has created a new day Our Chalet Song Book 66 Marie Gaudette, by permission of Catherine T Hammett God has created a new day, silver and green and gold Grace
Wayfarer's Grace Our Chalet Song Book 67 M Elizabeth Worsfold / G C E Ryley For all the glory of the way, for they protection night and day Grace
Alleluia Our Chalet Song Book 67 Alleluia, alleluia, to God sing praises Grace 8 part round
Alleluh Our Chalet Song Book 68 Alleluh, Alleluh, alleluh, allelujah, praise ye the Lord Grace
Pour ta joie Our Chalet Song Book 68 Francine Cockenpot, trans. V M Synge, by permission Editions du Seuil Pour ta joie pour tes done / For they joy at our board Grace
Danket dem Herrn Our Chalet Song Book 69 Danket, danket dem Herrn / Thank the Lord, gracious Lord Grace 4 part round
Blessing Our Chalet Song Book 69 W H Neidlinger, © Camp Fire girls Inc. If we have earned the right to eat this bread, happy indeed are we Grace 2 parts, also in French & German
Merci Seigneur Our Chalet Song Book 70 Merci Seigneur Grace 3 part round, France
Gelobet Our Chalet Song Book 70 by permission of Janet Tobitt Gelobet sei, gelobet sei der Herr mein Gott Grace 3 part round, Germany
Allelujah, Amen Our Chalet Song Book 71 from Sing Together - a Girl Scouts songbook Allelujah, allelujah, amen, amen Grace 2 part round
World Hunger Grace Our Chalet Song Book 71 by permission of the Reverend Robert J Crocker For food in a world where many walk in hunger Grace 2 parts
Alleluia Our Chalet Song Book 72 Mozart, arr. H. R. W. Alleluia, alleluia
Nu er jord og himmel stille Our Chalet Song Book 72 Marinus Borup / K M Bellman, from Det Gule Tillaeg Denmark 1953 Nu er jord og himmel stille vinden holder tyst siit vehr
Jubilate Deo Our Chalet Song Book 73 Praetorius Jubilate Deo, jubilate deo, allelujah! 6 part round
One World Our Chalet Song Book 74 A plea for one world is heard in many different lands 2 part round
Der Mond ist aufgegangen (The Western Moon) Our Chalet Song Book 74 M Claudium / J A P Schulz The western moon is slender, the stars are spread in splendour across the velvet night 2 parts
Gott, behute dises Hus Our Chalet Song Book 76 Ina Lohr, Blessing of "Our chalet", carved above the door.  Used by permission Gott, behute dises Hus und all die da gehen in und uss 3 parts
Dona Nobis Pacem Our Chalet Song Book 77 Unknown Dona nobis pacem (trans: Give us peace) 3 parts
Kyrie Our Chalet Song Book 77 Kyrie, kyrie, eleison 3 parts Surinam
Come with the evening Our Chalet Song Book 78 Unknown Come with the evening or come with the dawn, come when you're looked for or come when you're feeling lonely
Su Cantemo Our Chalet Song Book 79 17th Cent, Caldara Su cantemo la la la, cosi lore ne passera 3 parts
Dag er endt (Day Fades Away) Our Chalet Song Book 80 Margrethe Parm / Ludwig Spohr, trans Marion Roberts Now the day fades away, darkness deepends and the shadows stay 2 parts
Sing for Joy Our Chalet Song Book 82 Susan Stevens Sing for joy, sing for love, sing for peace, sing for happiness
Tallis' Canon Our Chalet Song Book 83 Thomas Ken (1695) / Thomas Tallis (1565) Glory to thee, my God this night 2 parts
Herr, bleibe bei uns (Abide with us, o Lord) Our Chalet Song Book 84 Luke 24:29, Albert Thate Abide with us, O Lord, for it is now the evening 3 part round
Time for man go home Our Chalet Song Book 84 Time for man go home
Evening Star Our Chalet Song Book 85 Chr Richardt (1861) / Carl Mortensen, trans S D Rodholm Evening star up yonder, teach me like you to wander
Sing Hosanna! Our Chalet Song Book 86 music the Csehys © 1951 by Singspiration Inc., words A Sevison © 1957 by Singspiration Inc., used by permission Give me oil in my lamp, keep me burning
Goodbye Our Chalet Song Book 87 Susan Stevens Goodbye, 'til we meet again another day 2 part round
For Homes and friends Our Chalet Song Book 87 Susan Stevens For homes and friends and happy days, for all the blessings earth displays, we give our thankfulness and praise 3 part round
I know a place Our Chalet Song Book 88 Jubilee songbook, Girl Guides of Canada I know a place wehre no-one ever goes, there is peace and quiet beauty and repose
My Lord's a-writing Our Chalet Song Book 89 Oh he sees all you do and he hears all you say, my Lord's a-writing all the time
Kum ba Yah Our Chalet Song Book 89 Kum ba yah my Lord spiritual
Peace of the River Our Chalet Song Book 90 Glendore Gosling / Viola Wood, used by persmission of Janet E. Tobitt Peace I ask of thee, O River, peac, peace, peace
Bon soir, bon soir Our Chalet Song Book 90 Bon soir, bon soir la brume monte du sol
Gently let the Evening's Peace Our Chalet Song Book 91 Trad. Gently let the evening's peace Earth in darkness shelter 4 part round also in German
Whip-poor-will Our Chalet Song Book 91 Anne H Chapin Kent, conn, from the Ditty Bag compiled by Janet Tobitt Gone to bed is the setting sun, night is coming and day is done 3 part round
O du stille Zeit Our Chalet Song Book 91 Joseph von Eichendorff (1788-1857) / Cesar Bresgen O du stille Zeit!  Kommst, eh wir's gedacht 4 parts
Abide with us Song and Dance '88 4 Abide with us O Lord / Herr bleibe bei uns German vesper, 3 parts
Allelu Song and Dance '88 4 Unknown Allelu allelu allelu alleluia, praise ye the lord grace, 2 parts
Alleluia Song and Dance '88 4 Trad Alleluia 8 part round France
Alleluia Amen Song and Dance '88 5 Boyce Alleluia, alleluia, amen, amen 2 parts
All night, all day Song and Dance '88 5 Trad All night all day, angels watchin over me my lord spiritual
At the fiera di Moncalie Song and Dance '88 6 Trad At the diera di Moncalie there I bought me my guitar-ra Italy
A ram sam sam Song and Dance '88 6 A ram sam sam, a ram sam sam, gooli gooli Morocco
Babylon Song and Dance '88 7 words - psalm 137, music - trad By the waters, the waters of Babylon
Banuwa Song and Dance '88 7 Banuwa, banuwa, banuwayo Liberia africa
Barges Song and Dance '88 8 Out of my window, looking in the night, I can see the barges' flickering light
An old Sussex grace Song and Dance '88 9 words - trad, music - S. Stevens Bees of paradise do the work of Jesus Christ, do the work that no man can Grace
Before you make a promise Song and Dance '88 9 W Shield Before you make a promise, consider well its importance
Bell Yodel Song and Dance '88 9 Hodari hodaro, hodaridiriaho Austria
Breton Fisherman's Prayer Song and Dance '88 10 words - trad, music - S. Stevens Protect me o Lord for my boat is so small Vesper, 2 parts France (words)
Brownie promise song Song and Dance '88 11 Susan Stevens Walking in the woods, swimming in the sea with descant recorder & chime bar parts
Chimbo chawurombo Song and Dance '88 13 arr High Tracey, adapted by Mary Chater.  Music - Wawa Runescu Chipika Here we come singing, her we come ringing, here we come dancing for you 3 parts Zimbabwe
Come with the evening Song and Dance '88 14 Unknown Come with the evening or come with the dawn, come when you're looked for or come when you're feeling lonely
Dawn Song (Malyali Boat Song) Song and Dance '88 16 words R Hacon, tune traditional Dance, sing, dawn light is breaking over the sea India
Dona Nobis Pacem Song and Dance '88 17 Unknown Dona nobis pacem (trans: Give us peace) 3 part round
Glory to thee my God this night Song and Dance '88 17 Glory to thee my God this night for all the blessings of the light 8 part canon
Es Burebuebli mah-ni-nit (No farmer boy for me) Song and Dance '88 18 translated by Max Exner No farmer boy for me, Mama! 2 parts
Ev'ryone knows it Song and Dance '88 19 Unknown Ev'ryone knows it but how can you show it that love is a wonderful thing
A Guide Grace Song and Dance '88 20 words - D Kerr, music arr. M Chater Bless this our food and bless us in our guiding Grace
The gypsy's wedding Song and Dance '88 21 acknowledgements to  Pat Shuldham Shaw As I was a walking down a London street a handsome young gypsy girl, the first I chanced to meet
Hallo Song and Dance '88 22 Hallo hallo hallo and how do you do? Netherlands
Here comes Saint Nicholas Song and Dance '88 22 Trad Look there is the steamer from faraway lands Netherlands
Hey little lassie Song and Dance '88 23 Hey little lassie will you have me?  I've leather gloves if you will have me Sweden dancing game
Himalayan lullaby Song and Dance '88 24 Trad Hari cucu haru cucu hari cucu ele
I let her go go Song and Dance '88 24 I let her go, go, ee ay Trinidad also in Games from many lands
If I were a fair one Song and Dance '88 25 If I were a fair one, fairer than any o, I'd marry a carpenter before I'd marry any o! Ireland dancing game
I know where I'm goin' Song and Dance '88 26 arr. Susan Stevens I know where I'm goin' and I know who's goin' with me Ireland
Kom mee naar buiten (the golden oriole) Song and Dance '88 27 Come to the woods with carefree soul Netherlands 2 part canon
Linstead Market Song and Dance '88 28 Ev'rybody come feel up Jamaica
Little Johnny England Song and Dance '88 29 Little Johnny England, he went a wandering Australia
Lullaby baby Song and Dance '88 30 tune - Argentina Lullaby baby child divine, peacefully sleep, dear son of mine
Me he manu rere Song and Dance '88 31 Trad Me he manu rere ahaue Maori New Zealand
Merella Song and Dance '88 32 Merella / when gentle breezes blow softly Finland
My aunt Greet Song and Dance '88 32 My aunt Greet veeda veeda veet (see also Grete)
Nine red horsemen Song and Dance '88 33 folk song I saw nine red horsemen riding over the plain Mexico
Ozewiezewoze Song and Dance '88 35 Ozewiezewoze Netherlands
Punchinello Song and Dance '88 35 Who's coming here? Punchinello little fellow
Rise and shine Song and Dance '88 36 Trad Rise and shine and give God the glory, glory spiritual
Rosen fra Fyn (Roses from Fyn) Song and Dance '88 36 Rosen fra Fyn Denmark 4 part round
Sing Hosanna! Song and Dance '88 37 words - A Sevison, music arr. The Csehys Give me oil in my lamp, keep it burning
Sponge fishing Song and Dance '88 38 Little ship we'll go a fishing out from the shore Greece with recorder & chime bar parts
Saint George for merry England Song and Dance '88 40 Trad Saint George for merry England, Saint Denis for France, honi soit qui mal y pense 4 part round
This train is bound for glory Song and Dance '88 40 This train is bound for glory this train spiritual
Tiritomba Song and Dance '88 41 When the mountin top through purple mist is glowing and the wood faint green is showing Italy
Tutu maramba Song and Dance '88 42 Tutu maramba, stay far away from here Brazil
Alleluia, Praise the Lord Sing and Have Fun! 1 Words Norah Perry, music trad. Alleluia, alleluia o praise the lord Grace
As I go to sleep tonight Sing and Have Fun! 1 Hilary A Stokes As I go to sleep tonight, Jesus with me stay
Along the Road to Love Sing and Have Fun! 2 Hilary A Stokes Along the road which leads to love, you will pass many milestones
As you go Sing and Have Fun! 3 Elinor Cross As you go, may God go with you, showing all he has to give you
As we sit by the fire Sing and Have Fun! 4 Words anon, Music Brahms As we sit by the fire 'neath the shade of the pine tree
Bless this table, Lord Sing and Have Fun! 4 Bonnie Johnson Bless this table, Lord, and those who gather round Grace
Beauty in the world Sing and Have Fun! 5 USA, source unknown Because I walked in the cool green forest
A Grace Sing and Have Fun! 5 Sister Margaret Rose Bradley, SND Bless us as we come to eat, at this table now we meet Grace
Black socks Sing and Have Fun! 6 Source unknown - from the singing of Morag Gunn, Aberdeen Black socks, they never get dirty, the longer you wear them the stronger they get
Campfire Vesper Sing and Have Fun! 6 Words Sheila McIntosh, Music Janet Carlton, Joyce Hamilton & Cathleen Mair As the sun sets in the west, Mother Nature turns to rest Vesper
By and by Sing and Have Fun! 7 Source unknown By and by and when that morning comes
Penny's Grace Sing and Have Fun! 7 Source unknown - from the singing of Norah Perry Food for our hunger, water for our thirst, rest for our weariness but first things first Grace
Brownie guides Sing and Have Fun! 8 Words Mary Mutch, music Tommy Sampson In Britain they call us the Brownie Guides, Brownie Guides, Brownie Guides international
Chickens and hens Sing and Have Fun! 10 Source unknown Who stole my chickens and my hens action song with a partner
Come to the campfire Sing and Have Fun! 11 Hilary A Stokes Come to the campfire, sing all you can, join in the happy song
Come where the singing is merry and bright Sing and Have Fun! 11 Hilary A Stokes Come where the singing is merry and bright, as the glow of the fire spreads a circle of light 3 part round
Dare to be happy Sing and Have Fun! 12 USA, source unknown - from the singing of Lynne Varcoe Dare to be happy, don't shy away, reach out and capture the joys of the day
Different Drummers Sing and Have Fun! 13 USA, source unknown - from the singing of Lynne Varcoe Look at me and wonder why I love to watch the evening sky, as the setting sun turns to shades of red
The Dripping Tap Sing and Have Fun! 14 Source unknown There's a tap that's dripping in the kitchen and it goes blip bloppety blip
Eetha Bunny Sing and Have Fun! 15 Source unknown Look on the happy side, always on the happy side, look on the happy side of life Bad joke
Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 Sing and Have Fun! 16 Pat Cresswell To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven
Father, We render thanks to thee Sing and Have Fun! 17 Source unknown - from the singing of Frances Cullen Father we render thanks to thee Grace
Gently the breezes blow Sing and Have Fun! 18 Source unknown - from the singing of Frances Cullen Gently the breezes blow through the forest Swedish, 4 parts
Grace from Netherurd Sing and Have Fun! 19 Words Gillian Chalmers, Music Margaret Venables Father we ask of you today, be with us always, this we pray 2 parts, grace
A Grace for Netherurd Sing and Have Fun! 20 Words Hilary A Stokes, music Sr Margaret Rose Bradley & Elaine Walker, Arr. Margaret Venables Together here at Netherurd, with friends both old and new 2 parts, grace
A Goodnight Song Sing and Have Fun! 20 Tune trad, words source unknown We are rainbows, shiny bright, we are here to help and guide
How Little am I Sing and Have Fun! 21 Source unknown I stood at the foot of a tall fir tree and I thought "How little am I"
I don't know where I'm going Sing and Have Fun! 22 Hilary A Stokes I'm just wandering around, I don't know where I'm going.  I will drift along not caring where I stray
Is that why? Sing and Have Fun! 23 Hilary A Stokes Why must you live in a world filled with darkness, when beauty abounds everywhere?
The "How to Make a Song" Song Sing and Have Fun! 24 Pat Belringer First you snap your fingers and you stamp your feet, then you sway with your body from side to side
Lord, for Today Sing and Have Fun! 25 Words 15th Glasgow Brownies, music source unknown Lord, for today, these things we pray Vesper Music is same as "feeling free"
Let me be Sing and Have Fun! 26 Source Unknown Let me be a little kinder, let me be a little blinder to the faults of those around me; let me praise a little more
Like as a father Sing and Have Fun! 27 Cherubini Like as a father pitieth his children 3 parts
The Lark and the Magpie Sing and Have Fun! 28 Source unknown - from the singing of Frances Cullen In a snug little field of a neighbouring park on a beautiful morning in spring
Little Fish Sing and Have Fun! 29 USA, source unknown - from the singing of Lynne Varcoe Come all ye boat fishermen and listen to me
Magic Sing and Have Fun! 30 USA, source unknown When I was young I thought the stars were made for wishing on
Maybe I am a dreamer Sing and Have Fun! 31 USA, source unknown - from the singing of Lynne Varcoe Maybe I am a dreamer, in search of something to hold
Netherurd Song Sing and Have Fun! 32 Hilary A Stokes Nestling in the cradle of the Border hills there's a place we love to go Feb 1985 - for the inauguration of the Netherurd Singing Circle
On the way to camp Sing and Have Fun! 33 Hilary A Stokes Now the summer holidays have come at last and here we are, just sitting on the back seat of the bus 2 part round
On Little Candle Sing and Have Fun! 34 USA, source unknown It is better to light just one little candle than to stumble in the dark
Pust Vsegda Sing and Have Fun! 35 Russia, source unknown Pust vsegda budit sonse / May there always be sunshine
Le Petit Ane Gris Sing and Have Fun! 36 Source uknown Ecoutez cette histoire que l'on m'a racontee in French
Rainbow Goodbye Song Sing and Have Fun! 37 St Cyrus Rainbows, Kincardine & Deeside Our Rainbow hour is over and we are going home includes 2 lower parts
Rainbow Colours Sing and Have Fun! 38 Words source unknown, music trad. Do you know the colours that you find in a rainbow?
A Rainbow Closing Song Sing and Have Fun! 38 Tune: Buckland, words source unknown thank you for the rainbows bright, thank you for the fun tonight
Rainbow glowing in the sky Sing and Have Fun! 39 Words 2nd Kelvin/Maryhill Rainbows, music trad. Rainbow glowing in the sky, rainbow flowers are growing by music is Twinkle, twinkle little star
Rainbows care Sing and Have Fun! 39 Words source unknown, music trad. Rainbows care, rainbows share with other children ev'rywhere music is "Knick knack paddy whack"
A Rainbow Opening Song Sing and Have Fun! 40 Tune trad, words source unknown If you want to be a rainbow, love your God music is "If you're happy and you know it"
Le Rossignolet Sing and Have Fun! 41 Source unknown Quand tout se tait, sous la ramure 3 part round in French
Sing a Round for Peace Sing and Have Fun! 42 Hilary A Stokes Sing! Let our voices rise up, sing all together, harmonies echo and linger in the sky 4 part round
Say when Sing and Have Fun! 43 Source unknown Say when will we every meet again/say where/ say why
Sneeze - please! Sing and Have Fun! 44 Source unknown - from the singing of Frances Cullen Sneeze, please!  Please sneeze! That's all I ask of you! fun
Sing a song for Thinking Day Sing and Have Fun! 45 Hilary A Stokes Sing, sing, sing a song for Thinking Day.  Music helps to speed our friendly greetings on their way
The Sower Sing and Have Fun! 46 Source unknown God is a farmer sowing: he sows his seed in the spring
Summer's coming Sing and Have Fun! 47 Source unknown Summer's coming, summer's coming, sun and rain and laughter and song Denmark (Danish)
Summer leaves Sing and Have Fun! 48 USA, Source unknown Trees, swaying in the summer breeze, showing up the summer leaves as we walk by 2 parts
You and me Sing and Have Fun! 49 USA, Source unknown You and me we're gonna be partners, you and me we're gonna be pals 2 parts
The swimming pool Sing and Have Fun! 50 Source unknown Swimming, swimming in a swimming pool, when days are hot, when days are cool action song
Swiss walking song Sing and Have Fun! 51 Source unknown Oh duli duli duli duli, walk along with me and gaily, gaily gaily sing a round along with… mostly nonsense words
Thinking Day Song Sing and Have Fun! 52 Hilary A Stokes Let's think about the Guides in other countries, let's think about the Gudies across the sea
Two by two Sing and Have Fun! 53 Words source unknown, music trad. The animals went in two by tow, trundling aboard the floating zoo to the tune "Shake a Friend's Hand"
Unto the Lord Sing and Have Fun! 54 Telemann Unto the Lord I will be singing, singing, singing evermore 5 part round
La Vaisselle Sing and Have Fun! 55 Source unknown La vai vai, la vai vai, laver la vaisselle in French (="do the washing up"!)
We Thank you God Sing and Have Fun! 56 Words Frances Walshaw, Tune trad. We thank you god, wherever we go for the food we eat to the tune of the Skye Boat Song
Three Traffic Lights Sing and Have Fun! 57 Words source unknown, music trad. Three traffic lights, three traffic lights, see how they glow to the tune of "Three Blind Mice"
We are rainbows Sing and Have Fun! 57 Words 2nd Kelvin/Maryhill Rainbows, music trad. We are rainbows, we are rainbows, we have fun (4 part round) to the tune of "Frere Jacques"
A welcome song Sing and Have Fun! 58 Hilary A Stokes We're glad that you could be with us today, to join our celebration and we say
We're rainbow guides Sing and Have Fun! 59 Words 2nd Kelvin/Maryhill Rainbows, music trad. We're rainbow guides, we've lots of fun, lots of fun to the tune of "Heads, shoulders, knees and toes"
We welcome in the morning Sing and Have Fun! 59 Source unknown We welcome in the morning, we welcome in the day 4 part round
Will you be my rainbow? Sing and Have Fun! 60 Words source unknown, music trad. In and out the rainbow arches Singing game to the tune of "In and out the dusty bluebells"
Winds are blowin' Sing and Have Fun! 61 USA - source unknown Windes are blowin' and the rain is fallin' and joy is fillin' the air, troubles and sorrows are gone for ever and song abounds ev'rywhere
Winter Fun Sing and Have Fun! 62 Bill Searle Here we go! Here we go! Sleding, sliding, in the snow
A Yorkshire Clapping Game Sing and Have Fun! 63 Source unknown - from the singing of Rosemary Dines, Sussex If you will play this game with me, my clapping partner you will be clapping game
Come to Beth'lem Sing and Have Fun! 64 Caribbean traditional - from the singing of Rosemary Dines come to Beth'lem, come to Beth'lem Christmas
Christingle Carol Sing and Have Fun! 65 Danish traditional - from the singing of Rosemary Dines Now light ten thousand Christmas lights on dark earth here tonight Denmark
Christmas! Sing and Have Fun! 66 Margaret Brotheridge Christmas! Christmas!  Bells are rinigng, children singing
Everywhere's still Sing and Have Fun! 68 Source unknown Everywhere's still, quiet and still, shepherds are watching on Bethlehem's hill Christmas
Listen at Christmas Sing and Have Fun! 69 Hilary A Stokes Can't you hear the distant singing of the angels
Pictures of Christmas Sing and Have Fun! 70 Hilary A Stokes It's mid December, the shops are full of people, jostling for bargain buys
Special Days (a Christmas Carol) Sing and Have Fun! 71 Sister Margaret Rose Bradley, SND At Christmas time we celebrate, each and every one, with presents, fun and laughter, this happy day's begun
Star Calypso Sing and Have Fun! 72 Margaret Brotheridge The star tells the people that the baby is born Christmas
Why? Sing and Have Fun! 73 Anne S McGregor Why is that star shining so bright, filling the sky with its glorious light? Christmas
If you're happy Girl Guide Song Book 1 5 Trad If you're happy and you know it clap your hands action song
Tlogo magleta Girl Guide Song Book 1 5 Africa Tlogo magleta seffuba le ketheka action song African version of "Heads, shoulders"
Swedish Fire Song Girl Guide Song Book 1 6 Folk tune from Alvdalen Light up the fire and form a ring, let the music echo Sweden
Chantons le Feu Girl Guide Song Book 1 7 France Du fago jaillit la flamme, chantons le feu campfire opening in French, 2 parts
Rise up o flame Girl Guide Song Book 1 7 C. Praetorius (c 1600) Rise up o flame, by they ligh glowing 8 part canon also given is a grace to this tune
Donkey Riding Girl Guide Song Book 1 8 Oxford Song Book Vol 2, by permission of OUP Were you ever in Quebec, stowing timber on the deck? English-Canadian Sea Song
Guide Marching Song Girl Guide Song Book 1 8 Mary Chater Who are these? Swinging along the road with a pack on the back, a song in the heart to ease the load? see Diamond Jubilee Songbook
The Gypsy's Wedding Girl Guide Song Book 1 10 Ack. Pat Shuldham Shaw As I was a walking a-down a London stree, a handsome young gypsy girl, the first I chanced to meet
The squid jiggin' ground Girl Guide Song Book 1 11 A. R. Scammel, from Old Time Songs and Poetry of Newfoundland, Oh! This is the place where the fishermen gather, with oilskins and boots and Cape Anns battened down Canada
Greensleeves Girl Guide Song Book 1 12 English trad., arr. M Chater Alas my love you do me wrong, to cast me off discourteously England
Linstead Market Girl Guide Song Book 1 13 Jamaica Car'mi ackee go a Linstid Ma'ket
Nkosi Sikelel' I Afrika Girl Guide Song Book 1 14 E Sontonga, additional verses E E Mqayi Nkosi Sikelel' i Afrika, malupakam upondo lwayo Bantu National Anthem, hymn
Doktor Eisenbart Girl Guide Song Book 1 16 Netherland I am Herr Doktor eisenbart, twilli willi witt, boom, boom! Dutch
Jubilate Deo Girl Guide Song Book 1 17 C. Praetorius (c 1600) Jubilate deo (trans Rejoice in God) 6 part round
Kookaburra Girl Guide Song Book 1 17 M Sinclair, Australia Kookaburra sits on an old gum tree 4 part round
St George for Merry England Girl Guide Song Book 1 17 Trad. Saint George for merry England, Saint Denis for France, honi soit qui mal y pense 4 part round
Let's have a peal Girl Guide Song Book 1 18 Let's have a peal for John Cook's soul, for he was a very very honest man, an honest man 9 part round
Now Robin Lend to me thy bow Girl Guide Song Book 1 18 Tune from Pammelia Now Robin lend to me they bow, canon for 2 voices England, Elizabethan
A ram sam sam Girl Guide Song Book 1 19 Morocco A ram sam sam, a ram sam sam, gooli gooli gooli gooli gooli ram sam sam round &/or action song In some places this is seen as a religious song
Canoe Song Girl Guide Song Book 1 19 Canada My paddle's keen and bright, flashing with silver 2 part round Canada
Ich Armes Welsches Teuflein Girl Guide Song Book 1 20 Germany (Mozart?) Ich armes welsches Teuflein. (I am a silly fellow, so weary with much marching) 3 part round
Will ye no come back again? Girl Guide Song Book 1 21 Words Lady Nairne, music trad, arr M Chater bonnie Charlie's noo awa, safely owre the friendly main Scotland
Alleluia Girl Guide Song Book 1 22 D Bird Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia, amen 3 part round
Fare thee well Girl Guide Song Book 1 22 Fare thee well, luck go with thee, when I'm far remember me 4 part round
Merella Girl Guide Song Book 1 22 Finland Merrella laine het / When gentle breezes blwo softly the waves do roll, o'er the blue sea 3 part round
Swiss Chalet Song (words only) Girl Guide Song Book 1 23 Music © Joseph Bovet, English words B Askwith High up, high on the mountain, we've founded our Chalet words only, music is copyright
Fairy Lullaby Girl Guide Song Book 1 24 Gaelic trad, trans Lachlan Macbean I left my darling lying here, a-lying her, a-lying here, I left my darling lying here, to go and gather blaeberries Scotland
Suo Gan Girl Guide Song Book 1 24 Welsh trad. Sleep my baby, on my bosom, closely nestle safe and warm Wales
Hebrew Chant Girl Guide Song Book 1 25 Source unknown Ah 4 part round Israel
Dawn Song (Malyali Boat Song) Girl Guide Song Book 1 26 Words R Hacon, tune trad. Dance, sing, sawlight is breaking over the sea South India
Sinhalese Lullaby Girl Guide Song Book 1 27 Sri Lanka, by permission of Surya Sena Doy, doyi, doyi
Hoki koki Girl Guide Song Book 1 27 Trad. Maori, by permission of Charles Begg & Co ltd, Dunedin, NZ Hoki hoki tonu mai (trans. Ah love long departed) Trad. Maori lament
A Country song Girl Guide Song Book 1 28 M Chater Watch me: I am the pattern of the sky.
For Health and Strength Girl Guide Song Book 1 29 by permission of Novello and Company Limited For health and strength and daily food we praise thy name o Lord Grace, 4 part round
French Grace Girl Guide Song Book 1 29 France Toi qui deposes de toustes choses et nous les donnes chaque jour Grace, 2 parts
Grace Girl Guide Song Book 1 30 From "The World Sings", by permission of The Year Book Press, Ltd Morning, evening noon and night, for all thy gifts we thank thee, Lord Grace, 2 or 4 part round
A Guide Grace Girl Guide Song Book 1 30 Words D Kerr (Ulster), Tune "London Waits Song", Arr. M Chater Bless this our food and bless us in our guiding Grace, with descant
Benedicite Girl Guide Song Book 1 31 F Cockenpot, from "Prieres Pour le Pain" Pour ta joie / For thy joy Grace
Cantique Chinois Girl Guide Song Book 1 31 Chinese trad. From Cantate Domino Let us with a gladsome mind, praise the Lord for he is kind China
Four part grace Girl Guide Song Book 1 31 D Powell Bless, o Lord, this food to our use 4 part round, grace
Lullaby Girl Guide Song Book 1 32 Lulla lullaby 9 part canon
All night, all day Girl Guide Song Book 1 32 Spiritual All night, all day, angels watchin' over me my Lord
Abide with us Girl Guide Song Book 1 33 Germany Abide with us o Lord, for it is now the evening, the day is past and over Vesper, 3 part round
Glory to thee my god this night Girl Guide Song Book 1 33 16th century Tallis Glory to thee my God this night, for all the blessings of the light Vesper
God be in my Head Girl Guide Song Book 1 34 H Walford Davies, from an Old Sarum Primer God be in my head and in my understanding Vesper includes 2 lower parts
Close thine eyes Girl Guide Song Book 1 35 words Charles I, Music K Barne close thine eyes and rest secure, they soul is safe, they body sure Vesper, 4 part round England
Taps Girl Guide Song Book 1 35 Day is done, gone the sun, from the sea from the hills from the sky / Thanks and praise for our days
The World Song (words only) Girl Guide Song Book 1 36 Music © Jean Sibelius, English words Gavin Ewart Our way is clear as we march on, and see! Our flag on high
Camp Fire's Burning Girl Guide Song Book 2 5 From the old English round "London's Burning" Campfire's burning, campfire's burning, draw nearer 4 part round
Camp Fire Opening Girl Guide Song Book 2 5 By permission of I Sillevis Stants & Nederlandse Padvinstersgilde The wood has all been brought, the fire is burning brightly with actions
Camp Fire Opening (Sussex) Girl Guide Song Book 2 6 M Chater come, come, light up the fire, come, come, join in the ring, here find dreams to inspire with 2 other voices
Music shall live Girl Guide Song Book 2 7 Denmark All things shall perish from under the sky 3 part round Includes Danish words
Scrape no fiddlestick Girl Guide Song Book 2 7 Adapted from a 17th century round by Caldara Scrape no fiddlestick, touch no key, blow no horn but sing with me 3 part round with actions
A La Claire Fontaine Girl Guide Song Book 2 8 France A la claire fontaine, m'en allant promeneer with alto part
Allelu Girl Guide Song Book 2 8 Source unknown Allelu, allelu, allelu, alleluia, praise ye the lord Grace, 2 parts
My sweetheart Girl Guide Song Book 2 9 Finland, trans M Chater My sweetheart is a lovely girl but her heart is stony Canon for 2 or 3 voices includes Finnish words
Kalamatianos Girl Guide Song Book 2 9 tune is a well known Greek dance (no words) Greece
Green Grow the Rushes Ho Girl Guide Song Book 2 10 Trad, this version by permission of Sir Walford Davies I'll wing you one-ho, Green grow the rushes ho, what is your one ho? England folk song
Land of the Silver Birch Girl Guide Song Book 2 12 Canada (Indian trad.) Land of the silver birch, home of the beaver, where still the mighty moose wanders at will
Les Clartes de la Nuit Girl Guide Song Book 2 13 Music Cesar Geoffray, words A Chevalier, by permission of Editions du Seuil, Paris Les clartes de la nuit 3 parts in French
Jabbin jabbin Girl Guide Song Book 2 14 Australia, by permission of Allan & Coy. Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Australia Jabbin jabbin kirroo ka From an Aboriginal tune
Tree song Girl Guide Song Book 2 14 Croatia trad., arr H Chapin.  By permission fo R Radcliffe Whitehead Live, live, live, our fields and woodlands need you 3 parts
A song of friendship Girl Guide Song Book 2 16 Signorita di Carpegna (italy) Let's all go singing a merry song and meet in the morning sun 2 part canon Italy
Serve God daily Girl Guide Song Book 2 16 Sailing orders of Sir John Hawkins, music by M Chater Serve God daily, love one another, preserve your victuals, beware of fire and keep good company 3 part round
Mary Ann Girl Guide Song Book 2 17 National Museum of Canada Oh fare ye well, my own true love!
Before you make a promise Girl Guide Song Book 2 17 Wl Shield (1748-1829) Before you make a promise, consider welli ts importance; and, when made, engrave it upon your heart 4 part round
Praise and thanks Girl Guide Song Book 2 18 Padvindsters Liederenbundel, trans D Whitehouse Praise and thanks be to God, for his grace and mercy 4 part round Netherlands, Dutch
Rain song Girl Guide Song Book 2 18 Navajo Indian Ah / conish, conish parloshay actions meant to bring rain
A short grace Girl Guide Song Book 2 18 M Chater Bless o Lord this food, for which we praise thy name 2 part canon or 4 part round
At the fiera di moncalie Girl Guide Song Book 2 19 Italy, trad At the fiera di Moncalie, there I bought me my guitarra action song
Rosen fra Fyen (Roses from Fyen) Girl Guide Song Book 2 19 Denmark Rosen fra Fyen 4 part round Fyen is sometimes called "Fune"
Golden Slumbers Girl Guide Song Book 2 20 17th century, arr. H A Chambers Golden slumbers kiss your eyes, smiles awake you when you rise lullaby
Kangra lament Girl Guide Song Book 2 21 Punjab, trans Miss M Sultan Bakhsh Mae ni merie / Oh Mother of mine! India
She's like the swallow Girl Guide Song Book 2 22 Collected by Maud Karpeles She's like the swallow that flies so high Canada (Newfoundland)
Waltzing Matilda Girl Guide Song Book 2 22 © 1936 Allan & Co Pty. Ltd. Melbourned Once a jolly swagman camped by a billabong Australia
Mango Walk Girl Guide Song Book 2 24 Jamaica Mi brudder did a tell me say yu go Mango Walk
The Queen's Grace Girl Guide Song Book 2 24 words George Belling, music M Chater God bless our meat, God guide our ways, God give us grace our Lord to please Grace, 4 part round
En Roulant ma Boule Girl Guide Song Book 2 25 Canada En roulant ma boule roulant, en roulant ma boule French Canadian
Rose, rose Girl Guide Song Book 2 26 16th century Rose, rose, rose, rose, shall I ever see thee red? Ay marry that thou wilt if thou but stay 4 part round
The Swazi Warrior Girl Guide Song Book 2 26 Old marching song Hold him down, the Swazi worrior
Chimbo chawurombo Girl Guide Song Book 2 27 Zimbabwe (arr. Hugh Tracey, adapted by M. Chater, tune Wawa Runesu chipika) Here we come singing, here we come ringing with 2 other voices
The Miller Sleeps / Meunier tu dors Girl Guide Song Book 2 28 Music Schubert, English words M Chater The miller sleeps and never keeps his watch upon the creaking sail 3 part round also in French
Whip-poor-will Girl Guide Song Book 2 28 USA Gone to bed is the setting sun, night is coming and day is done 3 part round
Cabana song Girl Guide Song Book 2 29 Mexico Neath the grand Sierra Madrew on a plain in Mexico lies our beautiful Cabana wehre Girl Guides and Girl Scouts go
Lullaby Girl Guide Song Book 2 30 Netherlands, trans E Hartley Lulla, lulla, lullaby, mother is watching thee 2 part canon
Buon Giorno Girl Guide Song Book 2 30 Italy Buon giorno mia cara, bambina, molti baci 3 part round
At the Gate of Heaven Girl Guide Song Book 2 31 Spanish American folk, trans A D Zanzig At the gate of Heav'n little shoes they are selling for the little bare footed angels there dwelling
Bengali nursery rhyme Girl Guide Song Book 2 31 India, by permission of Edinburgh House Press Arhe ka ka jarhe ka ka, bun bun bole mor (come little child, the peacock sings in the forest)
Morning is here Girl Guide Song Book 2 32 From "The World Sings",The Year Book Press, Ltd Morning/noontime/evening is here the board is spread, thanks be to God who gives us bread Grace
O Give Thanks Girl Guide Song Book 2 32 O give thanks, o give thanks, o give thanks unto the Lord
New Forest Vesper Girl Guide Song Book 2 33 M Chater (2nd verse D Whitehouse) Visit o Lord, this house and all who dwell therein Vesper
Evening Hymn Girl Guide Song Book 2 34 Russia, words by Longfellow Now, on land and sea descending
O how lovely is the evening Girl Guide Song Book 2 34 O how lovely is the evening, is the evening, when to rest the birds are stealing 3 part round
Unison Grace Girl Guide Song Book 2 35 T Barnes For these and all his mercies God's holy name be praised
Dona Nobis Pacem Girl Guide Song Book 2 35 Source unknown Dona nobis pacem (trans = Give us peace) 3 part round
Sing along song Songs for Tomorrow 6 S Stevens Sing along, sing along, join in the fun, sing along, sing along everyone follow the leader song
Campfire welcome Songs for Tomorrow 7 Pammelia Hullo, hullo, and how are you 2 part canon
Dubi du Songs for Tomorrow 7 S Stevens Dubi dubi du, dubidu
Ev'ryone knows it Songs for Tomorrow 8 Anon Ev'ryone knows it but how can you show it that love is a wonderful thing.
Sing for Joy Songs for Tomorrow 9 S Stevens, © 1979 EMI Music Publishing Ltd Sing for joy, sing for love, sing for peace, sing for happiness, sing as you journey along
Tomorrow Songs for Tomorrow 10 S Stevens, © 1979 EMI Music Publishing Ltd We all have a place in the world of tomorrow, tomorrow's world will be built by you and me
Wandering Wind Songs for Tomorrow 11 S Stevens, © 1979 EMI Music Publishing Ltd Wandering wind, blowing free, where do you go, what do you see echo
Why forever must you wander Songs for Tomorrow 12 Haydn Why forever must you wander, seeking for a happier land 5 part round
Bread and fishes Songs for Tomorrow 12 Alan Bell As I went a walking one morning in spring, I met with some travellers in an old country lane
Alleluia Songs for Tomorrow 13 Boyce Alleluia 3 part round
Look up to the sky Songs for Tomorrow 14 S Stevens, © 1979 EMI Music Publishing Ltd Look up to the sky, when all you see is rain, but when the clouds have blown away, the sky is blue again includes descant part
WAGGGS Thinking Day Song Songs for Tomorrow 15 S Stevens, © 1977 WAGGGS Hey hey hey!  It's Thinking Day! 2 parts
Tails Songs for Tomorrow 16 © S Stevens If ev'rybody had a tail and chose its shape and size, would you prefer a tufted one to swat at passing flies?
Jungle Mammy Song Songs for Tomorrow 18 Trad. French / Creole Ahya, tair umbam
The Peanut Song Songs for Tomorrow 18 Trad. American The man who has plenty of good peanuts and gives his neighbour none
Babylon Songs for Tomorrow 19 Words psalm 137, music trad. By the waters, the waters of Babylon
Himalayan Lullaby Songs for Tomorrow 19 Trad. Hari cucu, hari cucu, hari cucu ele 2 parts
Bantu Echo Song Songs for Tomorrow 20 Trad. Abi yo yo Africa
Magic Feathers Songs for Tomorrow 20 American Indian Mimi gwanug, deo hagi
Wild Mountain thyme Songs for Tomorrow 21 Francis McPeake, © 1962 EFDS Publications (now Chappell Music Ltd) Oh the summer time is coming, and the trees are sweetly blooming Scotland
Banuwa Songs for Tomorrow 21 Liberia Banuwa / alano nehnio 4 parts
Hawaiian Fisherman's Song Songs for Tomorrow 22 Words © L Rastall, Music trad. Day is over, and our eyes search the horizon
Me he manu rere Songs for Tomorrow 23 Maori trad. Me he manu rere includes descant.  New Zealand
Sh-ta-ra-dah-dey Songs for Tomorrow 24 Trad. Irish/American, arr. © R Dines Sh-ta-ra-dah-dey… times is mighty hard, a dollar a day is all they pay for work on the boulevard 3 parts
Hebrew Peace Round Songs for Tomorrow 24 Trad. Now ev'ry man 'neath his vine and fig tree shall live in peace and unafraid
Hurihuri Songs for Tomorrow 25 Trad. Maori Huri huri, huri huri, o mahara e includes descant.  New Zealand
This train is bound for glory Songs for Tomorrow 26 Spiritual trad. This train is bound for glory, this train
Rise and shine Songs for Tomorrow 27 Spiritual trad. Rise and shine and give God the glory glory story of Noah
Come and go with me Songs for Tomorrow 28 Words trad. Spiritual, arr. © N Webber Come and go with me to that land 2 parts
The colours of Christmas Songs for Tomorrow 29 © S Stevens Blue was the colour that sweet Mary wore Carol
Mexican Lullaby Songs for Tomorrow 30 words © S Stevens, music trad. Lullaby baby, child divine, sweetly sleep Carol
Bell Carol Songs for Tomorrow 31 © S Stevens Sweetly the Christmas bells are ringing, ding ding a ding dong Carol
Today is a new day Songs for Tomorrow 32 © P Feltham Today is a new day, so let us rejoice Grace
Prayer for Peace Songs for Tomorrow 32 Words anon, music © S Stevens Let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with me Vesper
Glory and praise Songs for Tomorrow 33 L E Gebhardi Glory and praise to God on high
Indian Prayer Songs for Tomorrow 33 Trad. Canadian Indian To the mountains of my homeland Vesper
Jesu Christ, thou child so wise Songs for Tomorrow 34 Words H Belloc, music © S Stevens Jesu Christ, thou child so wise
The sun and the rain Songs for Tomorrow 34 © S Stevens The sun and the rain, the soild and the seed Grace
An old Sussex Grace Songs for Tomorrow 34 words trad, music © S Stevens Bees of paradise do the work of Jesus Christ, do the work that no man can Grace
Light a little candle Songs for Tomorrow 35 Words adapted from psalm 18, music © S Stevens Light a little candle in my heart to shine right through the night
Breton Fisherman's Prayer Songs for Tomorrow 36 words trad, music © S Stevens Protect me o Lord for my boat is so small
Australian Campfire Opening Jubilee Songbook 5 Robin Wood, Anne Dreyer Sit 'round the campfire now night is here, all birds are resting, no one is near opening
Chantons le Feu Jubilee Songbook 5 France Du fagot jaillit la flamme (the flame rises from the wood) 2 parts
Fire's burning Jubilee Songbook 5 Fire's burning, fire's burning, draw nearer 4 part round Only slightly different from Campfire's burning
Swedish fire song Jubilee Songbook 6 Folk tune from Alvdalen Light up the fire and form a ring, let the music echo
Magic of campfire Jubilee Songbook 6 D. G. Clarke Kindled wood flickers, the gleam outlines pine trees, smoke rises high over lake, hill and plain
Sussex campfire opening Jubilee Songbook 7 M. Chater come, come, light up the fire, come, come, join in the ring, here find dreams to inspire 3 parts
Tsoona campfire opening Jubilee Songbook 7 Dolores Rice Hurry hurry campfire's begun 2 part round Tsoona (pron. Soona) is a native American word meaning Thunderbird and is the name of the British Columbia training centre for which this opening was originally written
Light the wood Jubilee Songbook 8 Light the wood the campfire burns, we are gathered all around 2 part round
The Ryans and the Pittmans Jubilee Songbook 8 by permission of the Waterloo Music Company Ltd. We'll rant and we'll roar like true Newfoundlanders, we'll rant and we'll roar on deck and below I've come across this as a UK sea shanty! Sandra.
The raftsmen Jubilee Songbook 9 From Folk Songs of Canada (Waterloo Music Co.) arr. Johnston, trans. Fowke, by permission The gay raftsmen, oh where are they? 2 parts French Canada
Iroquois Lullaby Jubilee Songbook 9 Reprinted by permission from Canada's Story in Song © 1965 by Gage Publishing, Toronto, Canada Ho ho watanay Canada
The little ship Jubilee Songbook 10 From Chansons de Quebec, Fowke-Johnston by permission of Waterloo Music Company Ltd Oh there was once a little ship and it had never made a trip French Canada.  Also in French
Vole vole Jubilee Songbook 11 Vole, vole l'alouette, vole, vole vers les ciux 4 part round
Island hymn Jubilee Songbook 11 LM Montgomery / LW Watson Fair island of the sea, we raise our song to thee Canada, Prince Edward Island
They all call it Canada Jubilee Songbook 12 F Grant Side by side and step by step our fathers were marching along
Farewell to Nova Scotia Jubilee Songbook 13 © Gordon V Thompson Ltd, Toronto, Canada The sun was setting in the est, the birds were singing on ev'ry tree
Un Canadien Errant Jubilee Songbook 14 From Folk Songs of Canada (Waterloo Music Co) by permission Un Canadien errant, banni de ses foyers 2 parts also in English
For food and friends Jubilee Songbook 14 For food and friends and all God sends, we praise his holy name, amen Grace, 2 part canon
Land of the Silver Birch Jubilee Songbook 15 Arr. J Cozens Land of the silver birch, home of the beaver, where still the mighty moose wanders at will with 2nd & 3rd parts Canada
Les Trois Garcons Jubilee Songbook 15 S'en allaient trois garcons (There came three happy lads) 2 parts
Something to sing about Jubilee Songbook 16 Oscar Brand, © 1963 & 1964 Hollis Music Inc, NY I have walked 'cross the sand on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland
Tiritomba Jubilee Songbook 17 When the mountain top thro' purple mist is glowing Italy
Whence o shepherd maiden Jubilee Songbook 18 From Folk Songs of Canada (Waterloo Music Co) by permission Whence o shepherd maiden, whence come you? also in French
For us a child Jubilee Songbook 19 For us a child is born this day, Nowel 5 part round Christmas
Hark the bells Jubilee Songbook 19 Hark the bells they sound across the water 4 part round
Poverty Jubilee Songbook 19 From the Oxford Book ofCarols, by permission of OUP All poor men andhumble, all lame men who stumble, come haste ye nor feel ye afraid carol Wales
Lake Yodel Jubilee Songbook 20 Ho la rhi rhi rhi 2 parts
Camels Jubilee Songbook 20 Tramp tramp heavy go the camels 2 parts
Flame kindles flame Jubilee Songbook 20 Ida Houby (ancient Nordic poem) Flame kindles flame, man's wisdom passes from man to man, lone man is lesser man 4 part round
The village dance Jubilee Songbook 21 From More than Twice 55 Community Songs, © 1924 by Summy-Birchard Co, Evanston, Illinois, copyright renewed The lanterns gleam, the yellow flames leap and play, from vibrant strings wild music pours out 2 parts Hungary - dance tune
Bell song Jubilee Songbook 21 Denmark Min fod / min arm /min albue / min lille finger (my foot, my arm, my elbow, my little finger) 4 small parts - sounds like bells tolling
Holla hi, holla ho Jubilee Songbook 22 Germany, English by Peter Kunkel Who comes up the meadow way? Holla hi! Hola ho! 2 parts + descant There is another version which is about campfires - this one is a sad love story
The happy wanderer Jubilee Songbook 23 © 1954 Boswroth & Co, Ltd, London for all countries, used by permission I love to go a-wandering, along the mountain track
Bell yodel Jubilee Songbook 23 Austria Hoda ri hoda ro hoda ri di ri a ho. 2 parts
The herdsman Jubilee Songbook 24 From Our Chalet songbook © 1957 The herdsman is merry he sings all day long 2 parts
Le soileil rayonne Jubilee Songbook 24 France Le soleil rayonne, de cahants l'air resonne
Tree song Jubilee Songbook 25 Croatia.  Arr. A Chapin, by permission of GGA (UK) Live, live, live, our fields and woodlands need you 3 parts Croatia
A song of friendship Jubilee Songbook 26 Srta di Carpegna, by permission of the GGA (UK) Let's all go siniging a merry song and meet in the morning sun 2 part canon
Wimbaway Jubilee Songbook 26 Zulu Wimbaway chant
Donkey riding Jubilee Songbook 27 Canadian Sea shanty (Oxford song book vol 2, OUP) Were you ever in Quebec stowing timber on the deck
Now Robin Jubilee Songbook 27 English Now Robin lend to me thy bow
Holi ho Jubilee Songbook 28 Norway? Tis a life of joy enchanting, o'er the mountain breaks the spring
Gypsy lad Jubilee Songbook 28 What care we for wind or for weather who crouch 'round the campfire
B. C. Camping Song Jubilee Songbook 29 Canada (Wall/Bishop) We sing a song of the country that lies on the Western shores
Ira congo Jubilee Songbook 29 Africa Ira congo ira congo by ay 2 parts
Glad that I live am I Jubilee Songbook 30 Geoffrey Shaw, LW Reese.  Music from Songs of Praise, permission OUP, words from A Wayside Lute, permission EJ Dietrich Glad that I live am I, that the sky is blue
Bless this our food Jubilee Songbook 30 D. Kerr, arr. Mary Chater Bless this our food, and bless us in our guiding.  O Lord our God, to thee our praise shall rise Grace with descant
Skye Boat Song Jubilee Songbook 31 Scotland (descant by Pip Rogers) Speed bonnie boat like a bird on a wing, onward the sailors cry
World Hunger Grace Jubilee Songbook 31 Hunger Task Force, Anglican Church diocese of Huron, permission Rev. robert J. Crocker For food in a world where many walk in hunger; Grace
From island to island Jubilee Songbook 32 We have left far behind us the dwellings of men
A thanks round Jubilee Songbook 32 From A First Round Book, used by permission fo Novello & Company Ltd Lord when I think of all the mercies thou hast shown to me and all men, my heart is thankful 3 part round
Our Cabana song Jubilee Songbook 33 Mexico Neath the grand Sierra Madre on a plan in Mexico
One world Jubilee Songbook 33 A plea for one world is heard in many different lands 2 part round
Tinga layo Jubilee Songbook 34 Carribean Tinga layo, come little donkey come calypso
This old hammer Jubilee Songbook 34 American work song This old hammer rings like silver works well with metal "clang" type percussion!
Follow the gleam Jubilee Songbook 35 © Scampini, Mortara & Harris, San Francisco To the knights in the days of old
Vine and fig tree Jubilee Songbook 35 Shalom Altman (words are biblical) And ev'ry man 'neath his vine and fig tree shall live in peace and unafriad; and into plough-shares turn their swords; nations shall learn war no more 2 parts
Tongo Jubilee Songbook 36 Africa Tongo; jim-de-be-na be-i-oh
Reach out in love Jubilee Songbook 36 Pip Rogers Reach out!  Reach out in love, and you'll show that you care A song for the International Year of the Child
A'kumba hure Jubilee Songbook 37 Israeli A'kumba hur'et sale met salay a vo-dah 3 part round  spelling is phonetci
The Blue Stripey Blouse! The Blue Stripey Blouse 1 Ros Adams If you see a stripey blouse, especially if it's blue, beware of saying "yes of course" until you've thought it through
Brownies The Blue Stripey Blouse 2 Ros Adams Brownies are very lively, they enjoy having fun, brownies are wide awake they will help anyone with tambourine and wood blocks parts
An April Walk The Blue Stripey Blouse 3 Ros Adams Long shingle beaches shifting in the sea; oak woods full of primroses scent and peace
Ann's Song The Blue Stripey Blouse 4 Ali Crooks It's a beautiful place that we live in, hedges full of flowers and fern
Cornwall The Blue Stripey Blouse 5 words by Sue Askey Come walk with me in this land so far to the tune of Greensleeves
Miners The Blue Stripey Blouse 6 Ros Adams Way down underground 'way from light of day, miners work to collect their precious tin with piano part
Wreckers The Blue Stripey Blouse 7 Ros Adams Seaa is in a temper, boiling surfs crash on the rocks below
Celtic Benediction The Blue Stripey Blouse 8 Tune: Sue Odgers Deep peace of the running wave to you, deep peace of the flowing air to you 2 parts
For Jesus Christ is Coming The Blue Stripey Blouse 9 Jackie Adams The winter time is coming, the snow is gently falling 4 part round
Lord, oh Spirit The Blue Stripey Blouse 10 Ali Crooks Lord, oh spirit bring your peace to me, let your life into my soul
Open my heart The Blue Stripey Blouse 11 Ali Crooks Open my heart for me to see, the beauty in the world outside
Hiking The Blue Stripey Blouse 12 Ros Adams We're out upon a hike, we wished we'd brought a bike!  Our feet are all blistered and both ankles twisted
Take my prayer The Blue Stripey Blouse 13 Ali Crooks Take my prayer and let it be part of you and part of me
That week at camp! The Blue Stripey Blouse 14 Ros Adams Oh didn't she have a lovely time the weeks he went to camp!  On Monday when she pitched her tent the whole field seemed too damp
Wombat song The Blue Stripey Blouse 15 Ros Adams There are songs about big elephants and kangaroos, even songs about rhinoceri and hippos too
Campfire's Glow The Blue Stripey Blouse 16 Ros Adams As we all gather round the campfire, sharing songs and stories too, we think of days beneath the blue skies, we think of times we've spent in Guiding too
Embers The Blue Stripey Blouse 17 Ros Adams Watching the flick'ring of the campfire, make bright patterns that inspire 2 parts
Summer camps The Blue Stripey Blouse 18 Ros Adams Smell of the warm canvas, river chat'ring past, early morning bird song, dew upon the grass
By the stream The Blue Stripey Blouse 19 Ros Adams There's a place, quite nearby, where there's quietness, by the stream where the kingfishers fly
Sail Free The Blue Stripey Blouse 20 Jackie Adams / Ros Adams The wind is astern and the sails are full.  The sun hangs red in the sky
Soldier Blue The Blue Stripey Blouse 22 Ali Crooks Along a muddy wood track walked a soldier, his uniform shabby and old
The Wishing Well The Blue Stripey Blouse 23 Ali Crooks At the wishing well there's a dreamer look you see, but those dreams of his may not always come true
Babity Bowster A Brownie's Dozen 6 Scotland Wha learned ye to dance, ye to dance? dancing game
To Beccles A Brownie's Dozen 8 To Beccles, to Beccles, to buy a bunch of nettles dancing game
Harry McGarry A Brownie's Dozen 10 Hurrah for Harry McGarry! dancing game
Santy Maloney A Brownie's Dozen 12 Yorkshire Here we dance Santy Maloney dancing game Yorkshire version of Looby Loo (!)
Three Knights from Spain A Brownie's Dozen 14 We are three knights, come out of Spain dancing game drama
I sent a letter to my love A Brownie's Dozen 16 Scottish I sent a letter to my love and on the way I dropped it dancing game
The Muffin Man A Brownie's Dozen 18 Do you know the Muffin Man? dancing game
I saw three ships A Brownie's Dozen 20 I saw three ships come sailing by similar to Christmas carol, different tune
Soldier, soldier A Brownie's Dozen 22 Trad. O soldier, soldier, won't you marry me?  With your musket, fife and drum?
The Frog and the Crow A Brownie's Dozen 24 A jolly fat frog lived in the river, swim O!
Aiken Drum A Brownie's Dozen 26 Scottish trad. There was a mad lived in the moon
Mrs Bond A Brownie's Dozen 28 Oh what have you got for dinner Mrs Bond?
Twinkle, twinkle little star A Brownie's Dozen 30 Tune spanish chant Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how I wonder… not the most well known version now
King Arthur's Pudding A Brownie's Dozen 32 English trad. When good King Arthur rules this land, he was a goodly king
Ozewizewoze Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 6 Holland Oze wiezewoze Can be used as a skipping rhyme
Mr Banjo Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 7 Creole Look at the dandy, there Mister Banjo, doesn’t he put on airs Can be done in 2 parts
Perolito Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 7 Sing a Song for Sixes, GG Canada Perolito is clapping clapping clapping song Can use other actions
Brownie birthday song Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 8 Susan Stevens Today is a special day!  A special day for *Mary
The Ostrich song Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 8 Sonya Durnall Deep down in the hole where there's nothing but nothing Calming song (?)
Have you ever seen a duck? Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 9 Have you ever seen a duck waddling to the water? action song
The Carnival Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 10 Susan Stevens The carnival is coming today!  Leave all your work and join in the dancing suitable for instruments
Dutch Shoe Game Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 10 Netherlands You must pass this shoe from me to you to you action song Dutch
I like the flowers Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 11 I like the flowers, I love the daffodils 4 part round
Dollar, dollar Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 11 USA Dollar, dollar, how you wander from the one hand to the other singing game
Swedish action song Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 12 Infantry, cavalry, soldiers of Sweden, artillery action song 4 part round
Red Men Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 12 We are the red men, tall and quaint action song non-PC
The Cookie Jar Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 14 USA Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar? chant / repeat after me / game
Washing day Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 14 German folk song Come put your foot forward, put forward your shoe action song From Germany; more suitable for younger members of the pack
Once I saw three cats Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 15 Once I saw three cats and they were wearing hatts, tra la la la la la la la la la, three little cats
Punchinello Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 16 France Who's coming here?  Punchinello little fellow dancing game From France; follow me action song
Shoo Fly Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 16 USA Shoo fly don't bother me dancing game USA
If I were a fair one Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 17 Ireland If I were a fair one, fairer than any O! dancing game Ireland
Caimerusa Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 18 Columbia Caima, caima, Caimarusa dancing game From Colombia, pron. Kymarusa
Hey little lassie Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 19 Sweden Hey little lassie will you have me? dancing game Sweden
If you should meet an elephant Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 20 Sing a Song for Sixes, GG Canada If you should meet an elephant, on a summer's day, what would you do?  What would you say? dancing game
The jolly miller Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 20 England There was a jolly miller and he lived by himself dancing game
Four in a boat Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 21 USA Four in a boat and the tide rolls high dancing game
Norwegian number game Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 22 Jubilee Song Book, GG Canada One, two, three, four, five, six seven Dancing game
Turn the glasses over Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 23 USA I've been to Harlem, I've been to Dover, I've travelled this wide world all over dancing game better with older brownies
Gustaf's toast Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 24 Sweden A toast we pledge to Gustaf who is brave and true dancing game From Sweden; difficult
The Seven Capers Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 24 Holland We can dance the seven capers, all of us can dance them dancing game Netherlands
Rig-a-Jig-Jig Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 25 USA As I was walking down the street dancing game
My Aunt Greet Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 26 Jubilee Song Book, GG Canada My Aunt Greet, veeda veeda veet Action song
Brownie Friend-maker song Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 28 Kathryn Templeton / Israeli trad. Your brownie hand in my brownie hand Can use for a grand chain
Hallo Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 29 Holland Hallo, hallo, hallo, and how do you do? 4 part round Netherlands
Romanay Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 29 Street cry - New Orleans Romanay, Romanay Means chimney sweep - suitable for mime
The little red wagon Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 30 USA - from Songs of the New World, by permission Jolting up and down in the little red wagon, good for instruments
Les Belles Pommes d'Api Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 30 France Pommes de reinette! (Russet apples!) singing game France
Lullaby Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 31 Spain Close your eyes my little baby, la la la Spain
Tinga layo Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 32 Calypso, © 1943 M Baron Company, by permission Tinga layo, come little donkey come Calypso
Scraping up sand Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 33 Jamaica Scraping up sand at the bottom of the sea Jamaica; good for home made instruments
Little Johnny England Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 34 Australia Little Johnny England, he went a wandering Australia
Bento-uri Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 35 Japan Oyako domburi! O sushi bento sandowitchee! Japan; Vendors calls heard on platform as train arrives
Zonneschijn Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 36 Holland Een kabouter wil zijn als de zonne schijn (A Brownie should try to be happy) Netherlands
A Merry Christmas Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 37 English carol We wish you a merry Christmas Christmas carol
Pray God Bless Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 37 Pray God bless all friends here, a merry merry Christmas and a happy new year 4 part round Christmas carol
The Day that Christ was Born Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 38 Australia, © 1954 Chappel & Co Ltd, by permission When the sun's a golden rose, and the magpie carols clear Australian; Christmas in the summer
The Drum Carol Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 38 Latin America Now I come oh mother Mary Latin America; Christmas Carol
Here comes Saint Nicholas Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 39 Holland trad. Look there is the steamer from faraway lands Netherlands; Christmas Carol
Huron Indian Carol Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 40 by permission of OUP Twas in the moon of winter time when all the birds had fled Christmas Carol
Jesus, Jesus, rest your head Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 42 USA, by permission of Chappel & Co Ltd, London Jesus, Jesus, rest you head, you has got a manger bed, all the evil folk on earth sleep on feathers at their birth Christmas carol
Thank You Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 42 MG Schreider / trans W Van der Haas / PP van Lalyveld Thank you for giving me the morning, thank you for ev'ry day that's new Prayer by permission on Borworth & CO London
I listen, and I listen Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 43 Tune Hazel Charlton, arr Douglas Coombes In the morning early I go down to the sea and see the mist on the shore, I listen and I listen
A Man for all the people Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 44 Duckon Reed/Geoffrey Curtis, arr, Douglas Coombes There's a child in the streets gives joy to all he meets, full of life with many friends, works and plays til daylight ends
Wonderful World Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 45 James Thiem Take care to wonder at the world thro' which you wander, never hurry by an open door
God has created a new day Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 46 Marie Guadette / arr. Marion Prior God has created a new day, silver and green and gold Grace includes 3 accompaniment parts
Back of the loaf Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 46 M D Babcock Back of the loaf is the snowy flour, and back of the flour is the mill Grace
The Chinese Fan Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 50 collected by Mary Chater My ship sailed from China with a cargo of tea, all laden with presents for you and for me action song
Jaybird Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 50 Way down south not very far off a jaybird died of the whooping cough chant / action song / 4 part round
Liege song Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 51 Jubilee Song Book, GG Canada Tra la la, tra la la includes actions
A thousand hairy savages Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 52 Spike Milligan A thousand hairy savages sitting down to lunch chant
Three Blind Mice / Frere Jacques Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 52 Three blind mice / Frere Jacques action song the 2 songs fit together
When I first came to this land Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 54 When I first came to this land I was not a wealthy man, so I got myself a shack, I did what I could
I let her go go Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 54 Trinidad I let her go go, ee ay I let her go go dancing game Trinidad
Head, shoulders, knees and toes Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 55 Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes action song
Auntie Monica Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 56 Jubilee Song Book, GG Canada Oh! I have an Auntie, an Auntie Monica, and when she goes out shopping, they all say Ooh la la! action song
Teddy Bear's Picnic Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 57 Not given dancing game
Why shouldn't my goose Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 57 Why shouldn't my goose sing as well as thy goose action song
The Merry Go Round Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack 58 None 4 parts, silly noises
Come into Sangam Sangam Sparkle 2 15 Jenny Barron / Margo Browning Come into Sangam, walk through the door in this home of unity
There is peace Sangam Sparkle 2 15 There is peace in a constant love Tune: Kum ba Yah
Peace begins with you and me Sangam Sparkle 2 15 Peace begins with you and me, it's so easy can't you see? Tune: Kookaburra
Land of the elephant Sangam Sparkle 2 16 Land of the elephant, home of the rickshaw Tune: Land of the silver birch
W'er here for fun Sangam Sparkle 2 16 We're here for fun right from the start so drop your dignity Tune: Auld Lang Syne
Menu Sangam Sparkle 2 17 Dumpling, cheese and biscuits Also in Hindi
Munching mangoes Sangam Sparkle 2 17 Munching mangoes, mish, mush, mash Tune: Frere Jacques
Mosquitoes! Sangam Sparkle 2 17 The mosquitoes are coming har--k! Bzz bzz bzz No tune given
Maruti ke bacche Sangam Sparkle 2 17 Maruti ke bacche Hindi (international, India) Tune: Little Peter Rabbit
A friendly world Sangam Sparkle 2 18 I want to live in a friendly world
A shout! Sangam Sparkle 2 18 Boomerrang, boomerang, zis boom ba INDIA!
Come into Sangam Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 1 Jenny Barron & Margo Browning © Sangam World Centre Come into Sangam, walk through the open door in this house of unity, listen, share and explore
Sangam Song Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 2 Comdr. Japheth, © Sangam The symbol of one-ness, Sangam is our pride, where love and affection don't change like the tide
Leron, Leron Sinta Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 3 Tagalog folk song Leron Leron sinta buko ng papa ya Folk - Tagalog, Philippines, Indonesia
The Rover Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 4 See those clouds rolling on their way, see those stars shining so gay
Planting Rice Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 5 Planting rice is never fun, ben from morn till set of sun india theme
Hindi Song Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 6 Hindi dance Kisnay baniyah poo lon ko Dance / action
Been ridin' Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 7 USA Been ridin' since daylight in shadow and sunlight and now in the twilight
We're on the upward trail Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 8 We're on the upward trail!  We're on the upward trail!  Singing, singing, ev'rybody singing as we go!
Cowboy Night Song Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 9 USA There's a blue sky way up yonder; There's a blue sky over my head;
Ev'ryone knows it Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 10 Ev'ryone knows it but how can you show it that love is a wonderful thing
Sangam Grace Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 11 Bless this house, bless this food, help us use it for thy good Grace
Arahina Grace Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 12 Nan Bromley For the food that here is spread, thank you Lord Grace
Traveller's Grace Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 13 Evelyn Stobie, © GS Pocket Songbook 1956, 1997 We thank thee for all our daily bread, we thank thee for all our friends so true, Grace
Sarasponda Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 14 Boomda, boomda Game
Skye Boat Song Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 15 Trad. Scottish, Horold Boulton Speed bonny boat like a bird on the wing, onward the sailors cry; folk
Sakura (Cherry Trees) Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 16 Japanese, KFR (?) Sakura!  (Cherry trees bloom so bright in April breeze) Japan
Prospector lullaby Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 17 Jeanne Kearns As we all sing out "yoo hoo" and the crickets answer too, as we gather round the campfire at close of day
A Magic Penny Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 18 Happiness is something if you give it away
Whene'er you make a promise Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 19 W W Sheild, GSUSA When e'er you make a promise, consider well it's importance 4 part round
Peace is flowing like a river Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 20 Peace is flowing like a river, flowing out through you and me
Not "Goodbye" but "Till we meet again" Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 21 Ruth Collins Now the time has come to say goodbye but we mean till we meet again inc. piano part
Peace of the river Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 22 Glendora Gosling & Viola Wood, GSUSA Peace, I ask of thee o river, peace, peace, peace
Sangam Festival Song Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 23 Susan Wingfield © Sangam We come together to share, in the music and the song
Asia Pacific Song Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 24 Asia Pacific Region, WAGGGS Asia Pacific region, kaleidoscope of sea
A Sing Sing So Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 25 Indonesian folk song A sing sing so, boat take me onward as I row folk
No Man is an Island Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 26 J Whitney & A Kramer, © Bourne Music Ltd No man is an island, no man stands alone; each man's joy is joy to me
Jubelana Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 27 Marcel de Meulemeester, © Sangam Jubelana let us rejoice, guides all over the world
Me He Manu Rere Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 28 Trad Maori Me he manu rere ahaue New Zealand
Moon on the meadow Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 29 Moon on the meadow, bugs in our ears, smoke in our eyes, wet wood and tears
The Frogs Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 30 Hear the lively song of the frogs in yonder pond.  Crick crick crickety crick brrrr-ump! 4 part round
White Coral Bells Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 31 GSUSA White coral bells, upon and slender stalk 2 part round
The little bells of Westminster Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 32 England The little Bells of Westminster 4 part round
The Chinese Fan Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 33 My ship sailed from China with a cargo of tea, all laden with presents for you and for me action song
A friendly world Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 34 I want to live in a friendly world, a friendly world
The Hand of Friendship Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 35 © 1965 William S Dunkin Here is the hand of frinedship.  Take it, shake it.  Someday we're going to make it into a mighty thing
Ski song Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 36 Tena shay ala-ee
Hawaiian Fisherman's Song Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 37 Trad.  GSUSA Day is over, and our eyes searc the horizon, where the ocean meets the sky in purple haze
My hat it has 3 corners Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 38 German My hat is has 3 corners, 3 corners has my hat action song
Oh how lovely is the evening Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 39 Oh, how lovely is the evening, is the evening 3 part round
Old Hungarian Round Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 40 English by Betty Askwith Sweet the evening air of May, soft my cheek caressing Round - up to 18 parts!
Wind in the willows Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 41 The ind in the willows, sighing like a solitary soul alone 4 part round
Simple gifts Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 42 Shaker Hymn Tis the gift to be simple, 'tis the gift to be free Often sung as The Lord of the Dance
Sing your way home Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 43 Sing your way home at the close of the day
Softly falls the light of day Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 44 German trad. Softly falls the light of day, as our campfire fades away, silently each guide should ask have I done my daily task?
Now the day is over Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 45 S Baring-Gould and J Barnby Now the day is over, night is drawing nigh, shadows of the evening steal across the sky Vesper
Linger Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 46 Mmm I want to linger, mmm a little longer, mmm a little longer here with you
Go well and safely Songs in the Spirit of Sangam 47 Olcutt Sanders Go well and safely Zulu farewell Africa
Ah Ta Ka Ta Nu Va (Polar Bear Song) Around the Campfire 4 © 1962, Cooperative Recreation Service, transferred to World Around Songs Inc. 1979, from "Tent and Trail Songs" Ah ta ka ta nu va Action song describing a hunt for a bear, walrus or seal, with chorus portraying a kayak trip, maybe by eskimos
Bingo Around the Campfire 5 A big black dog sat on a back portch and Bingo was his name Circle dance / action song Similar to Trulle and Trisse
Cuckoo Song Around the Campfire 6 German Tra la la la la…. Hol-de ri-a-ri-a, hol-de-ri cuckoo Action song (clapping) Same tune & similar idea to "An Austrian Went Yodelling"
Doctor Knickerbocker Around the Campfire 7 Source unknown Doctor Knickerbocker, Knickerbocker, number nine, he loves to dance and to keep in time Action song
Hey, hey, Jubilee Hey Around the Campfire 8 Reprinted by permission from "Canciones de Nuestra Cabana", source unknown, attrib. Sri Lanka Hey hey hey! Juilee hey!… Juba ja bako, juba ju bako Action song
In a Cottage in a Wood Around the Campfire 9 In a cottage in a wood, little man at the window stood, saw a rabbit running by Action song
Inside, Outside Around the Campfire 10 Philippines I'm inside, outside, upwards, downwards, happy all the time Action song
The Frogs in the Puddle Around the Campfire 10 One frog, two eyes, four legs, ker-plunk, one puddle, two frogs, four eyes, eight legs, ker-plunk, ker-plunk, one puddle… Clapping game (no tune)
Johnny Smoker Around the Campfire 11 German origin Johnny Smoker, Johnny Smoker, I can play Action song, adding a musical instrument each verse
Advance Australia Fair (National Anthem) Around the Campfire 12 P D McCormick Australians all let us rejoice for we are young and free words only, music is copyright
Arnhem Land Lullaby Around the Campfire 13 Ted Egan, © Associated Music, all rights reserved Goodnight little children, time to go to bed, hush my little baby, rest your little head
Boots of many colours Around the Campfire 14 Shirley Jacobs, by permission of Allans Music of Australia I'm making boots of many colours to walk across this land, the colours of my tall tree country home
Botany Bay Around the Campfire 16 Trad. Australia Farewell to Old England forever, farewell to my old pals as well
The Drover's Dream Around the Campfire 18 Australia Trad. One night when travelling sheep, my companions lay asleep, there was not a star to 'luminate the sky Joke ending
At the Races Around the Campfire 19 Participation story
Do It Yourself Round Around the Campfire 20 June Epstein, by permission Ood-na-dat-ta, par-ra-mat-ta 3 part round good for rhythmic drum or stick tapping, you can make up your own words with places you know.
The Sky Rocket Around the Campfire 20 Participation Story
The Kookaburra Does No Work Around the Campfire 21 The kookaburra does no work, he has no work to do, his plan is in a tree to lurk and catch a snake or two.
The Overlander Around the Campfire 22 Australia Trad. There's a trade you all know well, it's bringing cattle over on every track to the Gulf and back men know the Queensland drover
The Polyglot Festival March Around the Campfire 24 June Epstein, by permission From city and suburb and outback and all, come the flag-waving people to cheer along the Mall
The Wild Rover Around the Campfire 25 Australia Trad. I've been a wild rover for many a year, I've spent all my money on whiskey and beer, and now I'm returning with gold in gtreat store, and I never shall play the wild rover no more
Happiness Runs in a circular motion Around the Campfire 26 Happiness runs in a circular motion, life is like a little boat upon the sea, anythign is really part of ev'rything anyway
Thank You Around the Campfire 27 Martin G Schneider, by permission of Boosey & Hawkes (Australia) Pty. Ltd Thank you for giving me the morning, thank you for every day that's new
Cloud Ships Around the Campfire 28 Tyrolese folk song, © E C Schirmer Music Co, Boston Like snow white sailing boats on a blue sea, high in the heavens are clouds floating free 2 parts
Feeling Free Around the Campfire 29 Lloyd Poole Way in the sky, I'd like to fly, gliding in the setting sun 2 part canon
Youth is Calling Around the Campfire 30 Words W P Fooks Youth is calling as we climb, open air and rain or shine
As we Trek Along Around the Campfire 32 First published in "Today's Guide", 1971 As we trek along together, as we trek along
All Together Around the Campfire 33 Susan Stevens, arr. Barby Pulliam, © 1984 WAGGGS All together, sing together, la la la la Written for the 75th Anniversary of Guiding
The Dandelion Song Around the Campfire 34 words Robyn Bradford, Music Dawn Marshall, both of Seacliff Ranger Unit, South Australia As dandelions beneath our feet in morning freshness sunlight greet includes 2nd part
Sangam Song Around the Campfire 35 Jenny Barron and Margo Browning, by permission of Sangam Come into Sangam, walk through the open door, in this home of unity
Thinking Day Song Around the Campfire 36 Susan Stevens, © 1977 WAGGGS Hey hey hey, it's Thinking Day… all over the world it's Thinking Day Echo
World Song Around the Campfire 37 © WAGGGS, English words by Gavin Ewart Our way is clear as we march on, and see! Our flag on high words only, music is copyright
Counting Song Around the Campfire 37 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 none,
Donkey riding Around the Campfire 38 by permission of OUP Were you ever in Quebec, stowing timber on the deck, where there's a king with a golden crown riding on a donkey Canadian Sea Shanty,
Linger Around the Campfire 39 Mmm I want to linger, mmm a little longer, mmm a little longer here with you
Little Green Frog Around the Campfire 39 Galumph said the little green frog last night, galumph said the little green frog Action song
Mrs Fox Terrier Around the Campfire 40 Source unknown Missus Fox Terrier said to her pup, "In all life's adversities keep your tail up" Can be sung in 2 parts
The Peanut Song Around the Campfire 41 American Trad. The man who has plenty of good peanuts and gives his neighbour none
Skinna Marinka Around the Campfire 42 Source unknown Skinna Marinka dinky dink, Skinna Marinka doo I love you
A wise old owl Around the Campfire 43 Transcribed from French by Ruth Anderson - published by G Schirmer Inc, by permission of Allans Music Australia A wise old owl sat in an oak.  The more he heard the less he spole; the less he spoke the more he heard.  Why aren't we all like this old bird?
The Frogs Around the Campfire 43 Hear the lively song of the frogs in yonder pond, crick crick crickity crick, brrrrr-ump! 4 part round
Humming Round Around the Campfire 43 Edith O'Hanrahan, by permission of OUP (no words) 4 part round
In Summer When We're Camping Around the Campfire 44 In summer when we're camping, go trailing or go tramping, we guides together sing 3 part round
A Grace Around the Campfire 45 Words I Cockington, arr P Kirkham For food and friends, for rain and shine, for all these things we thank thee Lord with second part
For Food, Friends and Fellowship Around the Campfire 45 Peggy Feltham, by permission For food, friends and fellowship, we thank thee Lord 2 part canon
Lord, Let Thy Light So Shine Around the Campfire 46 Elizabeth Hartley, by permission Lord, let Thy light so shine on this waiting heart of mine, that I may be wholly thine 3 part round
Praise and Thanksgiving Around the Campfire 46 From "The Whole World Singing", by Edith Lovell Thomas, by permission Praise and thanksgiving let ev'ryone bring Alsatian round
Thank You for the World So Sweet Around the Campfire 47 Jonathan Battishill Thank you for the world so sweet, thank you for the food we eat, thank you for the birds that sing, thank you God for ev'rything Grace
Thank You for This Lovely Day Around the Campfire 47 W R Ledoux Thank you for this lovely day, guide us in the rightful way; Bless our fam'lies and our friends, bless this food thy kind hand sends Grace
Caravan Song Around the Campfire 48 Marie Gaudette, by permission of Catherine T Hammett Let us go walking together
Billi Munja Around the Campfire 49 India Billi munja, billi munja Circle dance
Cheelo cheelo Around the Campfire 50 Africa Trad. Though I'm smaller than the sun, though I'm lighter than the air, yet I sing as I fly, cheeli… This song is about a canary
Hevenu Shalom Aleichem Around the Campfire 51 Israeli, from "Canciones de Nuestra Canaba" by permission Hevenu shalom aleichem Clapping song, speeds up England: with words of peace now we greet you…
In Baia Town Around the Campfire 52 © 1946, renewed 1974, Neil A Kjos Music Co La la la la… coconuts are five cents a-piece Brazilian folk song
Sakura Around the Campfire 53 © 1958, transferred to World Around Songs Inc 1979.  English by Katherine F Rohrbough Sakura!  (Cherry trees bloom so bright in April breeze) Japanese folk song
A song of friendship Around the Campfire 54 Signorita di Carpegna, by permission of GGA (UK) Let's all go singing a merry song and meet in the morning sun
Tzena Around the Campfire 55 Israel, by kind permission Bossy & Hawkes Australia Pty Ltd, Sydney Tzena Tzena, Tzena, Tzena, can't you hear the music playing in the village square? 2 part round
Rhythmic clapping Around the Campfire 55 Rhythm / concentration game
Brownie Bells Around the Campfire 56 O Lord our God, thy children call, grant us thy peace and bless us all (Amen)
Ranger Song Around the Campfire 56 Mary Chater Firm be the bond that binds us fast, firm be the faith we owe
By the blazing cheery firelight Around the Campfire 57 By the blazing cheery firelight, we have met in fellowship tonight, round about the whispering trees, guard our golden memories Vesper
Gumnut Guide Song Around the Campfire 58 © GGA of Australia Incorporated We are gumnut guides, gumnut guides, listen to us sing
Hola hi Around the Campfire 59 Gather round the fire tonight, hola hi, hola ho, let us sing with all our might, hola hila ho
Close thine eyes Around the Campfire 60 Music K Barne, Words Charles I Close thine eyes and sleep secure, thy soul is safe they body sure Vesper
Taps Around the Campfire 60 © Widener University Day is done, gone the sun, from the sea from the hills from the sky / Thanks and praise for our days
Invitation to Taps Around the Campfire 61 Come all, sing goodnight, as the shadows lengthen into evening light
Loola loola Around the Campfire 61 Source unknown Loola le loo-la Action song
Soualle Around the Campfire 62 Africa Soualle (trans: Goodnight)
We want everybody happy Around the Campfire 62 Source unknown We want ev'rybody happy
Brownie promise song Music Time for Brownies 2 Susan Stevens Walking in the woods, swimming in the sea
Barges Music Time for Brownies 4 Holland(?) and elsewhere Out of my window, looking in the night, I can see the barges' flickering light
Nine red horsemen Music Time for Brownies 6 Mexican folk song I saw nine red horsemen riding over the plain
Sponge fishing Music Time for Brownies 8 Trad. Greek Little ship we'll go a fishing out from the shore From Greece
Lord of the Dance Music Time for Brownies 10 © Galliard Ltd. I danced in the morning when the world was begun, and I danced in the moon and the stars and the sun
Morning has broken Music Time for Brownies 12 © David Higham Associates Morning has broken, like the first morning
All night, all day Music Time for Brownies 14 Negro Spiritual All night, all day, angels watchin' over me my Lord
Nina, nana Music Time for Brownies 16 Italian lullaby Nina, nana, cocolo della mama Lullaby from Italy Although not specified in the book, the actions from Edelweis fit to this tune, and it's not copyright (Edelweis is)
Quietly Music Time for Brownies 18 Susan Stevens, © EMI Music Publishing Ltd Quietly in the morning, quietly when dawn is near.  Quietly in the sunrise, quietly God is there Vesper
When I first came to this land Music Time for Brownies 20 When I first came to this land I was not a wealthy man, so I got myself a shack, I did what I could
Old Zip Coon Music Time for Brownies 22 American trad. There was once a man with a double chin who performed with skill on a violin, and he played in time, and he played in tune but he never played anything but "Old Zip Coon"
Michael Finnagen Music Time for Brownies 24 English trad. There was an old man called Michael Finnagen, he grew whiskers on his chin-a-gen, the wind came up and blew them in-a-gen, poor old Michael Finnagen begin-a-gen!
Halloween Music Time for Brownies 26 © Susan Stevens Tonight is the night when dead leaves fly like witches on switches across the sky
Run with Torches Music Time for Brownies 28 French trad. Run with torches to light the dim stable, run with torches, good villagers run! Christmas carol
Still still still Music Time for Brownies 30 Austrian trad., translated by C. R. S. Still, still, still.  For Jesus goes to sleep Christmas carol
Alleluia! Just for You 10 Sue Stevens Allelu, alleluia
All over the world Just for You 10 Sue Stevens All over the world, children are singing
Another Bright New Day Just for You 11 Hilary A Stokes On a clear, cold morning in winter as your feet crunch through the snow
As the daylight fades Just for You 12 Pat Hobden As the daylight fades, gather we to sing God's praise, thankful for his care, so our hearts to Him we raise
At the ending of the day Just for You 13 Sue Stevens At the ending of the day, Jesu, Lord to you we pray
Be with Us, Jesus Just for You 13 Sue Stevens Be with us Jesus, on our holiday.  Help us work together, sharing our fun together, learning to live together ev'ry day Brownie pack holiday grace
Blest Creator Just for You 14 Sue Stevens Blest creator, with thy heavenly grace look upon this quiet woodland place
Brownies Just for You 14 Sue Stevens There are brownies in the sunshine, there are brownies in the snow, there are brownies in the desert lands, where the palm trees grow
Brownie birthday song Just for You 15 Sue Stevens Today is a special day!  A special day for *Mary
Brownie goodnight Just for You 15 Sue Stevens Jusus, Father hold my hand through the night when the world is sleeping
Brownie grace Just for You 16 Sue Stevens Thank you for the hands that sow the grain, thank you for the hands that fish the sea Grace
Brownie thank you Just for You 16 Sue Stevens Thankyou for summer and seagulls and sun.  Thankyou for flowers and fishing and fun
Chorale "Dona Nobis Pacem" Just for You 17 Sue Stevens Dona nobis pacem (trans = Give us peace)
Clap hands Just for You 18 Sue Stevens Clap hands, and say hello, clap hands and say hello
Christ our only Saviour Just for You 18 Sue Stevens Christ our only Saviour, so dwell within us
Come away to the hills Just for You 19 Sue Stevens Come away to the hills, come away to the hills where life is free
Come sailing Just for You 19 Sue Stevens Come sailing with me over the briny foam, as the world is round, wherever we're bound, we shall surely come home
Foxlease Birthday Song Just for You 20 Pat Hobden When you feel the cold winds blowing, and the world seems dull and grey, when you need to hear a friendly voice to help you on your way
Friendship Just for You 21 Hilary A Stokes We're friends together, we're walking side by side towards the sun.  We'll sing together, a song of hope that all the world can be one.
Follow the Sun Just for You 22 Sue Stevens Come with me and follow the sun, leave the clouds behind
For friends and homes and happy days Just for You 24 Sue Stevens For friends and homes and happy days, for all the blessings earth displays, we give our thankfulness and praise. 2 part canon
Front and back Just for You 24 Eryl Evans To the front and to the back, to the left and to the right Action song
Goodbye Just for You 24 Sue Stevens Goodbye til we meet again another day!  Gaily, gaily we will sing, on our homeward way.
God be with you Just for You 25 Sue Stevens God be with you, with thy spirit, his abiding presence be
Guide grace Just for You 25 Sue Stevens Thankyou for the meal before us spread, for all those who worked to prepare it.  For the love that leadds us to share it, we thank thee Lord Grace
Gloria Just for You 26 Sue Stevens Gloria, gloria, in Excelsis Deo
If you need a friend Just for You 26 Hilary A Stokes If you need a friend in the morning, to take you by the hand and to help you on your way
Humming Song Just for You 27 Sue Stevens
I am the Way Just for You 27 Sue Stevens Jesus said, I am the way, the truth and the life.  He that believeth in me, though he die, shall not perish.
If we look Just for You 28 Hilary A Stokes When the leaves on the trees turn brown and wither, gently fall in rustling heaps upon the earth
If you've got a song Just for You 29 Pat Hobden The job may be dull, the road may be long, but nothing's too hard if you've got a song.
I will lift up mine eyes Just for You 29 Sue Stevens I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills
Jubilate Deo Just for You 30 Sue Stevens Jubilate deo (trans Rejoice in God)
Just For You Just for You 30 Sue Stevens Where are you going?  Are you looking for a path thro' the forest of your dreams?
Just like a child Just for You 31 Translated from the French by Hilary A Stokes Just like a child who runs along the pathway, head in the clouds and laughing as he goes
Just like you and me (Adam's song) Just for You 32 Pat Hobden There's a little boy who's sitting in a corner all alone, in a chair with wheels because he has no movement of his own
Let's celebrate Just for You 33 Sue Stevens Let's have a celebration, we're full of jubilation, there's something we've just got to celebrate!
Little bus Just for You 34 Sue Stevens I've got a little bus, the finest you can buy, you can see my little bus as I go riding by.  It goes brrm ping tick tack, beep beep diddly diddly
Lord, we give thanks Just for You 34 Sue Stevens Lord, we give thanks, for the gifts of many seasons, and the work of many hands 3 part round Grace
Lead me, Lord Just for You 35 SS Wesley, arr Sue Stevens Lead me Lord, lead me in thy righteousness, make thy way plain before my face 3 parts
Matthew, Mark, Luke and John Just for You 36 Sue Stevens Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, bless this bed that I lie on Vesper, 2 part canon
Our Campfire Burns Bright Just for You 36 Hilary A Stokes Our campfire burns bright, it's flames ligiht up the sky, and all around the choes of the music seem to fly
Music reaches people everywhere Just for You 37 Hilary A Stokes Sing your song!  The notes will sail across the ocean, sing your song!  The tune will carry through the air
Peace Just for You 38 Pat Hobden Peace in the world, for this we pray; peace in our hearts, Oh Lord today 4 part round Vesper
Psalm 139 Just for You 38 Sue Stevens If I take the wings of the dawn and sail to the farthest sea, Jesus will follow me there, and stretch out his hand to me.
Promises Just for You 38 Sue Stevens A rainbow is the promise of sunshine after rain.  A snowdrop is the promise that spring will come again
Sing a song Just for You 39 Eryl Evans Sing, sing a song as you journey along; sing as you go on our way
Silver jubilee round Just for You 39 Sue Stevens Guides of the world wish you long life and happiness, singing with love and loyalty, God bless Elizabeth 4 part round
Sing for Him Just for You 40 Hilary A Stokes Sing for Him!  Play for Him!  Dance for Him! Clap for Him! Prasie the Lord with music, let the notes ring clear and true
Spring belongs to little things Just for You 41 Sue Stevens Spring belongs to little things, little birds with little wings, little clouds and little showers,
Spring round Just for You 42 Sue Stevens Forgs are hopping, buds are popping, puppies bouncing, kittens pouncing 2 part round
The M6 Praise Song Just for You 42 Pat Hobden I'm gonna praise you, Lord, I'm gonna praise you
This little light of mine (vocal addition) Just for You 43 Sue Stevens Shu, shu, shubiduwa
The River Just for You 44 Pat Hobden Listen to the music of the river as it travels, winding thro' the valley on it's way
There must be a reason Just for You 45 Pat Hobden There must be a reason for the night and the day, for the times and the seasons, for a right and wrong way.
The sunlight each evening Just for You 46 Hilary A Stokes The sunlight each evening slips softly away, leaves us to sleep 'til the dawning of day
Thou wilt keep him Just for You 46 Sue Stevens Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, in perfect peace
Vesper Just for You 47 Sue Stevens The Lord be between thee and me, between my children and thy children for ever and ever
Vesper Just for You 47 Pat Hobden Gently fall the shadows of the night, and the earth is sleeping
Vesper at campfire Just for You 47 Hilary A Stokes Sing, sing, sing with me throughout the evening.  Sing, sing, sing with me into the night
WAGGGS Jubilee Song Just for You 48 Sue Stevens Our wolrd is a world of blue and gold!  Our world is fifty years old.  Turn to your neighbour and sy, Happy birthday today.
We came to Foxlease Just for You 48 Sue Stevens We came to Foxlease to camp in the sun, and it rained, aha, it rained and it rained 3 part round
Winter thankyou Just for You 48 Sue Stevens Thankyou God for sparkling snow, frost and ice and fires that glow
Won't you come along with me? Just for You 49 Pat Hobden And there'll be songs that we can sing together, if you will walk with me, I'll walk with you friendship
You'll always be our friend Just for You 50 Hilary A Stokes Thankyou for the times we've had together, fun filled days we thought would never end Dedicated to Marjorie King, 21 October 1986
We all live in the big wide world (vocal addition) Just for You 51 Sue Stevens Boom boom
I go my merry way (descant) Just for You 52 Sue Stevens A song in my heart, I go my merry way
Sing for joy (descant) Just for You 52 Sue Stevens Joy, sing for love, sing for peace
Tallis' Canon (descant) Just for You 52 Sue Stevens Glory to thee, my God this night
A Special Baby Just for You 54 Pat Hobden A million stars shone down from the sky that night, bun one alone was shining bright Christmas song
Christmas has come again Just for You 55 Hilary A Stokes Christmas has come again!  Another year again, and still the world is going all wrong, for men in many lands are fighting hand to hand. Christmas song
Ding dong!  Alleluia Just for You 56 Sue Stevens Ev'ryone's going to Bethlehem, ev'ryone's going to Bethlehem Christmas song
Glora in Excelsis Deo Just for You 57 Sue Stevens Gloria, gloria, in Excelsis Deo Christmas song
Have you seen the baby Just for You 58 Eryl Evans Sing hosanna, sing hosanne, glory to the King.  Have you seen the baby, in a manger bed? Christmas song
Lo, How a rose Just for You 59 Sue Stevens Lo, how a rose, a rose, e'er blooming, from tender stem hath sprung Christmas song
Long ago Just for You 60 Sue Stevens Long ago in Bethlehem, just before the dawn, in a stable dark and cold Jesus Christ was born Christmas song
Merry Bells Just for You 60 Sue Stevens Merry bells are ringing in the midnight air, ringing for the holy child Christmas song
The Angels' Song Just for You 61 Pat Hobden Ding dong! The bells on earth will ring; rejoice for God has sent a King Christmas song
The Song of Love Just for You 62 Pat Hobden Up in the deep blue sky a star shone so bright, it seemed to light the world up, that winter's night Christmas song
There's a light Just for You 63 Pat Hobden There's a light shining bright in the heavens, there's sign for mankind to behold Christmas song
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