PhonOcord Playhouse
Musical Round The World Tour

In this game, one person serves as narrator. The narrator describes an imaginary trip around the world. Each time he names a particular country, other members of the party must immediately burst into a song either native to that country or relating to it. The one who scores the greatest number of songs wins.

For example: We left America (guests, sing "America the Beautiful," "God Bless America," "Stars and Stripes Forever," or any other song pertaining to this country) and arrived some days later in England ( "British Grenadier," "There'll Always Be an England," etc. ) We spent a few days in Scotland ("Annie Laurie," "Loch Lomond;" etc.) and Ireland ("Kathleen Mavourneen," "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," etc.). From there we flew to France ("Marseillaise," "The Last Time I saw Paris," etc.) motored down to Italy ("Funiculi, Funicula," "O Sole Mio," etc.) and finally arrived in Hungary ("The Blue Danube," etc.). We returned to the United States ("My Country, ''Tis of Thee," "Carry Me Back to Ole Virginny," etc.) by way of Mexico ("La Golondrina," "La Paloma," "South of the Border," etc.) before setting forth for India ("Pale Islands I Loved," etc.)

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