Titel: The song from the Jamboree (Jamboree 1947)
Auteur: ?
Songtext:

(6th World jamboree, Moisson, france 1947)

We come from all the many nations
Where Scouting's banners are unfurled
To sing, to shout, to camp together,
To show our friendship spans the world.
We come from all the many nations
Where Scouting's banners are unfurled.

Refrein:

Jam-bo-oh, Jam-bo-oh, Jambo-jam, Jamboree.
Jam-bo-oh, Jam-bo-oh, Jambo-jam, Jamboree.

The fleur-de-lis's our outward symbol,
The Scout Law lies deep in our heart.
We'll work and fight and strive together
Today, tomorrow, when we part.
The fleur-de-lis's our outward symbol,
The Scout Law lies deep in our heart.

Refrein

If all the world could catch our spirit
And share our firm fraternity,
Our globe in peace would be united
In honor, faith, and harmony.
We want our world to catch our spirit
And share our firm fraternity.

Refrein