M. I. A. Songs and Sociability Songs

M. I. A. Songs and Sociability Songs

M. I. A. Songs and Sociability Songs: New Revised Edition

M. I. A. Songs and Sociability Songs, English.
1928. 1937 Edition (last known). 130 songs.


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3.
M. I. A. Our M. I. A.

Words: Bertha A. Kleinman

Music: Traditional folk song

Other versions of this song:
Come, Hail the Cause of Zion’s Youth

4.
M. I. A. We Hail Thee

Words: Ruth May Fox

Music: W. O. Robinson

Other versions of this song:
M. I. A., We Hail Thee

5.
The Challenge

Words: Ruth May Fox

Music: J. Spencer Cornwall

Other versions of this song:
The Challenge

8.
Carry On

Words: Ruth May Fox

Music: Alfred M. Durham

Other versions of this song:
Carry On

10.
The Clarion Call

Words: Oscar A. Kirkham

Music: Alexander Schreiner

Other versions of this song:
The Clarion Call

12.
Gold and Green (A Color Song)

Words: Oscar A. Kirkham

Music: J. Spencer Cornwall

Other versions of this song:
Our banners to the breeze unfurled

14.
As We Hold Our Banners High

Words: W. O. Robinson

Music: W. O. Robinson

Other versions of this song:
As We Hold Our Banners High

17.
Youth’s Call

Words: Elsie C. Carroll

Music: William Frederick Hanson

Other versions of this song:
Youth’s Call

20.
Comrades In the M. I. A.

Words: Gene Bergstrom

Music: Gene Bergstrom

Other versions of this song:
Comrades in the M. I. A.

24.
The House of Youth

Words: Clarissa A. Beesley

Music: J. Spencer Cornwall

Other versions of this song:
The House of Youth

25a.
Our M. I. A. Leads On

Words: Bertha A. Kleinman

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Our M. I. A. Leads On

25b.
Oh, it’s Great to Belong to the M. I. A.

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Oh, it’s Great to Belong to the M. I. A.

26a.
An M. I. A. Marching Song

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
An M. I. A. Marching Song

26b.
The M Men are Leading Along

Words: Anon.

Music: Edmund L. Gruber

Other versions of this song:
The M Men Are Leading Along

28.
We Are the Gleaners

Words: Ruth May Fox

Music: Edward P. Kimball

Other versions of this song:
We Are the Gleaners

29.
The Explorers Are On Their Way

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The Vanguards Are On Their Way

30.
Explorers’ Song

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
We’re young men, we’re strong men

31a.
The M. I. A. Explorers

Words: Unknown

Music: Gerhard Schulz

Other versions of this song:
We’re known by one, we’re known by all

31b.
Grace

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
Morning has come, the board is spread

32.
Explorer Hiking Song

Words: Oscar A. Kirkham

Music: Oscar A. Kirkham

Other versions of this song:
Explorer Hiking Song

33.
Junior-Explorer Pep Song

Words: Mark H. Nichols

Music: Mark H. Nichols

Other versions of this song:
Rose of my heart

36.
Bravo-Bravo (International Scout Song)

Words: Traditional Danish song

Music: Traditional Danish song

Language: Danish

Other versions of this song:
Long May He Live

37.
When the Twilight Shadows Fall

Words: Oscar A. Kirkham

Music: German tune

Arr.: Oscar A. Kirkham

Other versions of this song:
When the Twilight Shadows Fall

38a.
Fighting For Right

Words: Oscar A. Kirkham

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Fighting For Right

38b.
Hiking To Victory

Words: Oscar A. Kirkham

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Hiking To Victory

38c.
O, It’s Joy to be a Junior Girl

Words: Angelyn Warnick

Music: Roland C. Parry

Other versions of this song:
O, It’s Joy to be a Junior Girl

40.
The Junior Girls

Words: Ruth May Fox

Music: Alfred M. Durham

Other versions of this song:
The Junior Girls

41a.
Good Evening Mr. Scout

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Good Evening Mr. Scout

41b.
Scout Prayer Song

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Scout Prayer Song

42a.
The Man Who Is Twelve Years Old

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The Man Who Is Twelve Years Old

42b.
Song of Joy

Words: Mary Hale Woolsey

Music: Roland C. Parry

Other versions of this song:
Song of Joy

43a.
Bee-Hive Paths

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Bee-Hive Paths

43b.
The Bee-Hive Girls Are Glad Girls

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The Bee-Hive Girls Are Glad Girls

43c.
The Womanho Call

Words: Tracy Y. Cannon

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Other versions of this song:
The Womanho Call

44.
Juniors of M. I. A.

Words: Angelyn W. Wadley

Music: Mark H. Nichols

Other versions of this song:
Juniors of M. I. A.

46.
Junior Hiking Song

Words: Angelyn W. Wadley

Music: Angelyn W. Wadley

Arr.: Mark H. Nichols

Other versions of this song:
Junior Hiking Song

48.
The Spirit of the Hive

Words: Zella A. Johnson

Music: Edna H. Coray

Other versions of this song:
The Spirit of the Hive

50.
Bee-Hive Joys

Words: Ruth May Fox

Music: Alfred M. Durham

Other versions of this song:
Bee Hive Joys

52a.
High ho for Scouting oh

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
High ho for Scouting oh

52b.
My Chum

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
My Chum

52c.
The Boy Scout Day

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The Boy Scout Day

52d.
O Dad of Mine

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
O Dad of Mine

52e.
Oh, Never Say Fail

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Oh, Never Say Fail

53.
The Star-Spangled Banner

Words: Francis Scott Key

Music: John Stafford Smith

Other versions of this song:
The Star-Spangled Banner

54.
Dixie Land

Words: Daniel D. Emmett

Music: Daniel D. Emmett

Other versions of this song:
Dixie Land

55a.
The U.S.A. Forever

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The U. S. A. Forever

55b.
Home, Sweet Home

Words: John Howard Payne

Music: Henry R. Bishop

Other versions of this song:
Home, Sweet Home

56.
Battle Hymn of the Republic

Words: Julia Ward Howe

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
Battle Hymn of the Republic

57a.
Annie Laurie

Words: WIlliam Douglas; Alicia Ann Scott

Music: Alicia Ann Scott

Other versions of this song:
Annie Laurie

57b.
Stars of the Summer Night

Words: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Music: Isaac B. Woodbury

Other versions of this song:
Stars of the Summer Night

58.
My Old Kentucky Home

Words: Stephen C. Foster

Music: Stephen C. Foster

Other versions of this song:
My Old Kentucky Home

59.
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep

Words: Emma Willard

Music: Joseph P. Knight

Other versions of this song:
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep

60a.
Oh! Susanna

Words: Stephen C. Foster

Music: Stephen C. Foster

Other versions of this song:
Oh! Susanna

60b.
Ho! Every Sleeper Waken (Round)

Words: Anon.

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
Ho! Every Sleeper Waken

61.
Sweet and Low

Words: Alfred Tennyson

Music: Joseph Barnby

Other versions of this song:
Sweet and Low

62.
In the Gloaming

Words: Meta Orred

Music: Annie F. Harrison

Other versions of this song:
In the Gloaming

63.
Love’s Old Sweet Song

Words: G. Clifton Bingham

Music: J. L. Molloy

Other versions of this song:
Love’s Old Sweet Song

64a.
All Through the Night

Words: Harold Boulton

Music: Traditional Welsh

Other versions of this song:
All Through the Night

64b.
Juanita

Words: Caroline E. Sheridan Norton

Music: Spanish folk song

Other versions of this song:
Juanita

65.
Long, Long Ago

Words: Thomas H. Bayly

Music: Thomas H. Bayly

Other versions of this song:
Long, Long Ago

66.
Sweet Genevieve

Words: George Cooper

Music: Henry Tucker

Other versions of this song:
Sweet Genevieve

67a.
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes

Words: Ben Jonson

Music: Old English melody

Other versions of this song:
Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes

67b.
Come, Follow! (Round)

Words: John Hilton

Music: John Hilton

Other versions of this song:
Come, Follow

68.
Flow Gently, Sweet Afton

Words: Robert Burns

Music: Jonathan E. Spilman

Other versions of this song:
Flow gently, sweet Afton

69.
The Church in the Wildwood

Words: William S. Pitts

Music: William S. Pitts

Other versions of this song:
The Church in the Wildwood

70a.
The Last Rose of Summer

Words: Thomas Moore

Music: Irish air

Other versions of this song:
The Last Rose of Summer

70b.
There’s Music in the Air

Words: Fanny J. Crosby

Music: George F. Root

Other versions of this song:
There’s music in the air

71.
I’ve Been Working On De Railroad

Words: Anon.

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
Levee Song

72.
A Merry Life

Words: Peppino Turco

Music: Luigi Denza

Other versions of this song:
A Merry Life

73a.
When It’s Springtime In The Rockies

Words: Mary Hale Woolsey

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
When It’s Springtime In The Rockies

73b.
Howd’y

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Howdy

74a.
When You and I Were Young Maggie

Words: George W. Johnson

Music: James A. Butterfield

Other versions of this song:
When You and I Were Young, Maggie

74b.
Merrily, Merrily (Round)

Words: English folk song

Music: English folk song

Other versions of this song:
Merrily, Merrily!

75a.
Good Bye, My Lover, Good-Bye

Words: T. H. Allen

Music: T. H. Allen

Other versions of this song:
Good Bye, My Lover, Good-Bye

75b.
Reuben and Rachel

Words: Harry Birch

Music: William Gooch

Other versions of this song:
Reuben and Rachel

76a.
Auld Lang Syne

Words: Robert Burns

Music: Traditional folk song

Other versions of this song:
Auld Lang Syne

76b.
How Do You Do

Words: Anon.

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
How Do You Do

77a.
Santa Lucia

Words: Italian folk song

Music: Neapolitan boat song

Other versions of this song:
Santa Lucia

77b.
Good Night Ladies

Words: Edwin Pearce Christy

Music: Edwin Pearce Christy

Other versions of this song:
Good-Night, Ladies

78a.
America

Words: Samuel F. Smith

Music: Henry Carey; Thesaurus Musicus

Other versions of this song:
My Country, ’Tis of Thee

78b.
Is Your Mother Home, Molly Maloney

Words: Anon.

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
Is Your Mother Home, Molly Maloney?

79.
America, The Beautiful

Words: Katherine Lee Bates

Music: Samuel A. Ward

Other versions of this song:
America the Beautiful

80.
Old Folks At Home

Words: Stephen C. Foster

Music: Stephen C. Foster

Other versions of this song:
Old Folks at Home (Suwannee River)

82.
John Peel

Words: John Woodcock Graves

Music: Old air

Other versions of this song:
John Peel

84.
The Old Woman and the Pedlar

Words: Unknown

Music: English Air

Other versions of this song:
There was an old woman

86.
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

Words: African-American spiritual

Music: African-American spiritual

Other versions of this song:
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

87a.
Now the Day is Over

Words: Sabine Baring-Gould

Music: Joseph Barnby

Other versions of this song:
Now the Day Is Over (Prayer for the Night)

87b.
Scout Hymn

Words: Mrs. C. J. Carlson

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Spirit Divine of every land

87c.
Hail, Hail Scouting Spirit

Words: Oscar A. Kirkham

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Hail, hail, Scouting Spirit

88.
Rio Grande

Words: Sailors’ chantey

Music: Sailors’ chantey

Other versions of this song:
Rio Grande

89.
Let the Hills Resound

Words: L. H. F. Du Terreaux

Music: Henry Brinley Richards

Arr.: J. Spencer Cornwall

Other versions of this song:
Let the hills resound

92.
Old Black Joe

Words: Stephen C. Foster

Music: Stephen C. Foster

Other versions of this song:
Old Black Joe

93.
The Ash Grove

Words: Welsh folk song

Music: Welsh folk song

Trans.: Thomas Oliphant (from Welsh)

Other versions of this song:
The Ash Grove

94.
Londonderry Air

Words: W. G. Rothery

Music: Irish folk tune

Other versions of this song:
Londonderry Air

96.
Summer Camp Song

Words: Ruth May Fox

Music: Roland C. Parry

Other versions of this song:
Summer Camp Song

97a.
Long Long Trail

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Long Long Trail

97b.
Keep the Campfires Burning

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Keep the Campfires Burning

97c.
Softly Falls the Light of Day

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Scout Vespers

97d.
Round the Campfire

Words: Anon.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Round the Campfire

97e.
Taps

Words: Daniel Butterfield

Music: Daniel Butterfield

Other versions of this song:
Taps

97f.
Come In

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
Come in, you’re late

98a.
Lovely Evening

Words: Traditional German

Music: Traditional German

Other versions of this song:
Oh, How Lovely Is the Evening

98b.
Good Night

Words: German folk song

Music: German folk song

Other versions of this song:
Good Night

98c.
Three Blind Mice

Words: Traditional English

Music: Traditional English

Other versions of this song:
Three Blind Mice

98d.
Are You Sleeping?

Words: French folk song

Music: French folk song

Other versions of this song:
Are You Sleeping?

98e.
Cheer Up

Words: Traditional

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Cheer Up

98f.
Rheumatism

Words: Traditional

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Rheumatism

98g.
Black-eyed Susan!

Words: Traditional

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Black-Eyed Susan!

98h.
Perfect Posture

Words: Traditional

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Perfect Posture

99a.
For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow

Words: Traditional

Music: French folk tune

Other versions of this song:
For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow

99b.
In Style All the While

Words: Anon.

Music: Anon.

Other versions of this song:
Style All the While

99c.
Our Boys Will Shine To-Night

Words: American folk song

Music: American folk song

Other versions of this song:
Our Boys Will Shine

100.
Far, Far Away On Judea’s Plains

Words: John Menzies Macfarlane

Music: John Menzies Macfarlane

Other versions of this song:
Far, Far Away on Judea’s Plains

101.
The First Nowell

Words: English carol; Christmas Carols, W. Sandys, 1833

Music: English carol; Christmas Carols, W. Sandys, 1833

Other versions of this song:
The First Noel

103a.
O, Little Town of Bethlehem

Words: Phillips Brooks

Music: Lewis H. Redner

Other versions of this song:
O Little Town of Bethlehem

103b.
While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks

Words: Nahum Tate

Music: Yorkshire carol

Other versions of this song:
While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks

104.
We Three Kings of Orient Are

Words: John Henry Hopkins Jr.

Music: John Henry Hopkins Jr.

Other versions of this song:
We Three Kings of Orient Are

105a.
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear

Words: Edmund H. Sears

Music: Richard S. Willis

Other versions of this song:
It Came upon the Midnight Clear

105b.
We’re Glad this Time has Come Around

Words: Unknown

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
We’re glad this time has come around

106a.
Scouting We Go

Words: Oscar A. Kirkham

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Scouting We Will Go

106b.
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Felix Mendelssohn

Other versions of this song:
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

107a.
Joy to the World

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Frideric Handel

Other versions of this song:
Joy to the World

107b.
I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day

Words: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Music: John Baptiste Calkin

Other versions of this song:
I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day

108a.
Silent Night

Words: Joseph Mohr

Music: Franz Gruber

Other versions of this song:
Silent Night

108b.
Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow (Doxology)

Words: Thomas Ken

Music: Louis Bourgeois; Genevan Psalter, 1551

Other versions of this song:
Praise God, from Whom All Blessings Flow

109a.
Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful

Words: Latin hymn, 18th century; John F. Wade

Music: John F. Wade

Other versions of this song:
Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful

109b.
Come, Thou Almighty King

Words: Unknown

Music: Felice de Giardini

Other versions of this song:
Come, Thou Almighty King

110.
Jingle, Bells

Words: James Lord Pierpont

Music: James Lord Pierpont

Other versions of this song:
Jingle, Bells

111.
Let the Lower Lights Be Burning (Male Voices)

Words: Philip Paul Bliss

Music: Philip Paul Bliss

Other versions of this song:
Brightly Beams Our Father’s Mercy

112.
Now Thank We all our God

Words: Martin Rinkhart

Music: Johann Crüger

Other versions of this song:
Now Thank We All Our God