Sing with Pathfinders, Rangers, and Leaders!

Older girls can still love to sing too! And while they have an appreciation now for longer, more meaningful songs, they still fall back on old silly favourites, though they usually stop singing the overly simple ones.

Pathfinders, Rangers, and Leaders can sometimes find it challenging to find songs they don’t already know, especially if they’ve grown up with Guiding, and can be challenged to find songs from other countries to try and learn. (Unfortunately, I don’t have a whole lot of these at the moment.)

Either way, it’s always good to fall back on the classics. Below is a list of songs I would sing with Pathfinders and up.

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A

Adams Family Grace

An Old Austrian Went Yodelling

As We Trek Along

At a Time Like This

B

Barges

Birds in the Wilderness

Black Socks

Boa Constrictor

Brown Cow Grace

Brownie Smile Song

C

Camp Wake Up Song

Canoe Song

D

Da Moose

E

Edelweiss

Everywhere Around the World

Everywhere We Go

F

Fire’s Burning

Fishie Song

G

Ging Gang Gooli

Go Well and Safely

Great Big Moose

Guide Marching Song

H

Herman the Worm

I

If I Were Not a Girl Guide

Ira Congo

It’s Not Hard

L

Land of the Silver Birch

Let Us Sing Together

Light the Wood

Like an Eagle

Linger

Listen to the Earth

Lu-La

M

Make New Friends

My Dog Bean

My Ship Sailed From China

N

Norwegian Number Game

O

On My Honour

On the Loose

Once a Girl Guide Went to Camp

One Tin Soldier

Our Cabana

Our Chalet

P

Pathfinders

Pax Lodge

Pink Pajamas

Pirate Song

Poor Little Bug on the Wall

Q

Quarter Master’s Store

R

Ranger

S

Sangam

Say Why

Sing a Song of Canada

Sisters for a Century

Softly Falls the Light of Day

T

Tall Trees

Taps

The Guide Law Song

The Humpty Dumpty Song

The Tree Song

The Window

The World Song

They Call It Canada

This Little Guiding Light

Three Little Angels

Thunderation

Tinga Layo

TIRO

Tzena

W

Walk Around

We Who Have Come Here

White Coral Bells

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