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Thanksgiving Song

Here is a silly song for the Cub Scouts to sing on Thanksgiving.  ZM  learned it a few years ago in school. It kind of sticks with you after they sing is over and over for three or four days in a row. :-)

Use this for any of the Cub Scout music requirements:

Tiger Elective 6 – Song Time: Along with your adult partner, teach a song to your family or to your den and sing it together.

Wolf Elective 11 – Sing Along:  Learn the words and sing the first verse of three other songs, hymns, or prayers. …

Music Belt Loop Requirement 2:  Learn a song with at least two verses and sing the verses to your den or to an adult family member.

Thanksgiving Song

To the tune of Frère Jacques
We eat turkey
We eat turkey
Oh so full
Oh so full
Always on Thanksgiving
Always on Thanksgiving
Yum, yum, good
Yum, yum, good

Mashed potatoes
Mashed potatoes
Oh so full
Oh so full
Always on Thanksgiving
Always on Thanksgiving
Yum, yum, good
Yum, yum, good

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3 Responses to Thanksgiving Song

  1. KIm Gilbert November 21, 2010 at 9:56 AM #

    Same tune, different words. So far 3 of my 4 have all sung this to me forma school riser, and I expect the 4th will when she’s old enough!

    Turkey Dinner, Turkey Dinner
    Gather round, Gather round (arm movements for big wide Come Here)
    Who will get the drumstick?
    Yummy Yummy drumstick
    All sit down
    All sit down ( they sit)
    (Stand back up)
    Corn bread muffin (Holding a pretend muffin out)
    Just like stuffin’
    Pudding pie
    One foot high (Use hands to show height going from a regular pie size to one foot tall)
    All of us were thinner, (make hourglass shape with hands)
    Till we came to dinnner, (Pat full tummy)
    Me oh my, (hand over mouth)
    Me oh my (Hand over mouth)

  2. Cubbie November 14, 2011 at 9:46 AM #

    Great…now I’m hungry.

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