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Brownie Smile Song

I've got something in my pocket, it belongs across my face.
I keep it very close at hand, in a most convienient place.
I'm sure you couldn't guess it if you guessed a long, long while.
So I'll take it out and put it on, it's a Great Big Brownie Smile!

Make New Friends

Make new friends,
but keep the old.
One is silver
and the other gold.
A circle is round,
It has no end.
That’s how long I want
To be your friend.
You have a friend,
I have another,
Put them together
And we have each other.

I'm a Little Daisy
(Tune: I'm a Little Teapot)

I'm a little Daisy, dressed in blue
I am a Girl Scout, you are too
When I go to meetings, I sing and shout
I love being a Daisy Girl Scout!

I'm a little... hands together, at side of face, head tilted.
dressed... hands pick up hem of uniform smock
I am a Girl Scout...make GS sign
you are too... point to neighbor
When I go...hands out, palms up
I sing and shout...hands cup around mouth
I love... point to heart
Daisy Girl Scout...clap once on each word

Daisy Clean-up Song
(Tune: Jingle Bells)

Daisy Scouts, Daisy Scouts.
Let's tidy up the room.
Daisy Scouts, Daisy Scouts.
Time to go home soon.

Daisy Scouts, Daisy Scouts,
We're picking up our things.
Daisy Scouts, Daisy Scouts,
Hear our voices sing.

Bug Juice
(Tune: On Top of Old Smokey)

At the camp with the Boy/Girl Scouts,
They gave us a drink.
We thought it was kool-aid,
because it was pink.

But the thing that they told us,
would've grossed out a moose,
For that great tasting pink drink,
was really bug juice.

It looked fresh and fruity,
like tasty kool-aids,
But the bugs that were in it,
were murdered with Raid.

We drank it by gallons,
we drank it by tons,
And the next morning,
we all had the runs.

So the next time you drink bug juice,
and a fly drives you mad,
He's just getting even,
'Cause you swallowed his Dad'.

The Donut Song

Well, I woke up this morning and I went around the block
And I walked right in to the donut shop
And I picked three donuts right out of the grease
And I handed the lady a five cent piece.

Well, she looked at the nickel and she looked at me
And she said, “This nickel’s no good, you see
There’s a hole in the middle and it goes right through.”
I said, “Oops, there’s a hole in the donuts, too.”

Thanks for the donuts,