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The Circus Comes To Town Song


Author:  Longhorn Council

(Tune: When Johnny comes Marching Home)

The Cub Scout circus comes to town
Hurrah, hurrah.
The elephants, monkeys and the clowns
Hurrah, hurrah.
The big brass band, it plays around
The circus acts with lots of sound,
And we’ll all be there, -When
the circus comes to town.
The circus parade has come to town
Hurrah, hurrah,
With lions and tigers, and bears, and clowns,
Hurrah, hurrah,
The acrobats will do some tricks
The juggler performs with balls and sticks,
And we’ll all be glad
When the circus comes to town.
The African lions growl so loud,
They make me quake,
The tightrope walker walks so high,
He makes me shake. –I
laugh at the clowns as they perform,
Eat peanuts, candy and hot popcorn,
Oh, join in the fun,
When the circus comes to town.


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References / Source:
2003 Pirates of the Cirribean


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