On My Honour
(source: "Campfire Activities", Girl Guides of Canada, 1993.)
(Words and music by Cindy Dasch, Two Rivers Council of Girl Scouts, Quincy, IL - I'm not sure if all of these verses are actually part of the original song)

On my honour I will try
There's a duty to be done, and I say "aye",
There's a reason here, for a reason above
My honour is to try, and my duty is to love

People don't need to know my name
If I hurt someone, then I'm to blame
If I help someone, then I've helped me
And that's the way that it should be

I've tucked away a song or two
If you're feeling low, there's one for you
If you need a friend, then I will come
There's plenty more where I come from

Come with me where a fire burns bright
You can see much better by its own light
You can find more meaning in a campfire's glow
Than you'll ever find in a year or so

Friendship is the strangest thing
If you keep it to yourself no reward will it bring
But you gave it away, and you gave it to me
And from now on great friends we'll be

We've got a promise to always keep
We will sing "Day is Done" before we sleep
We are Girl Guides together, and when we're gone
We'll still be a-trying and a-singing this song...
(repeat first verse)