The Three Little Pigs - Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf download mp3 album
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf" is a popular song written by Frank Churchill with additional lyrics by Ann Ronell, which originally featured in the 1933 Disney cartoon Three Little Pigs, where it was sung by Fiddler Pig and Fifer Pig (voiced by Mary Moder and Dorothy Compton, respectively) as they arrogantly believe their houses of straw and twigs will protect them from the Big Bad Wolf (voiced by Billy Bletcher).
Who's afraid of the big bad wolf The big bad wolf The big bad wolf Who's afraid of the big bad wolf Tra la la la la Long ago there were three pigs Little handsome piggy wigs For the big, bad, the very big, very bad wolf. They did not give three figs Number one was very gay And he built his house with hay With a hey hey toot he blew on his flute And he played around all day Now number two was fond of jigs And so he built his house with twigs Hey, diddle diddle he played on his fiddle And danced with lady pigs Number. One and two were scared to death Of the big bad wolfy's breath By the hair of your chinny chin I'll blow you in And the twig house answered yes No one left but number three To save that piglet family.
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Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" is a song composed by Frank Churchill and Ann Ronell. It made its debut in The Three Little Pigs, a Disney short released in 1933. Although Henry Hall and Victor Young both recorded their own versions of it in the same year, B5 recorded their own hip-hop version in 2006. The song was reused in the sequels to Three Little Pigs, and its writing was re-enacted in the "Cavalcade of Songs" episode on the Disneyland television series in 1955.
The little pigs, who were brothers, found a nice open spot of land, and there they agreed to settle. The land was plentiful, and they used the surrounding resources to build their homes. The first little pig gathered together a large bundle of straw, and used it to build his house. Soon the wolf knocked on the door and said, Little pig, little pig, let me come in. The little pig replied, No! Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin. Then I’ll huff, and I’ll puff, and I’ll blow your house in! The wolf huffed and puffed, and blew down the house of straw. The second little pig collected a large bundle of sticks, and used them to build his home. Along came the Big Bad Wolf, who said, Little pig, little pig, let me come in. No! Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin. Then I’ll puff, and I’ll huff, and I’ll blow your house in! So he huffed and he puffed, and he blew down the house of sticks.
The title is a pun on the song "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" from Walt Disney's Three Little Pigs (1933), substituting the name of the celebrated English author Virginia Woolf. Martha and George repeatedly sing this version of the song throughout the play. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? won both the 1963 Tony Award for Best Play and the 1962–63 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play. It is frequently revived on the modern stage. George and Martha engage in dangerous emotional games. George is an associate professor of history and Martha is the daughter of the president of the college where George teaches. After they return home from a faculty party, Martha reveals she has invited a young married couple, whom she met at the party, for a drink.
The big, bad wolf went to the first little pig's house and knocked on the door. Little pig, little pig, let me in," he said. The little pig answered, "Not by the hair on my chinny chin chin. Then I'll huff, and I'll puff, and I'll blow your house in," replies the wolf. The first little pig's house of straw was not very strong, so the wolf easily blew it down and the little pig ran to safety at the second little pig's house. The wolf went to the second little pig's house and knocked on the door . You have probably heard about "Little Red Riding Hood," "Peter and the Wolf," and "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," but did you know that Jesus once told a story about a big, bad wolf? In the story that Jesus told, there is a good shepherd - that's Jesus, a hired hand, a flock of sheep - that's us, and a wolf - that's Satan. This is the story of "The Good Shepherd. I am the good shepherd," Jesus said.
we aint afraid (who's afraid of him). Number 2 he was fond of jigs And so he built his house with twigs Hey diddle diddle he played on his fiddle and he danced with lady pigs,huh Number 3 said nix on tricks I'ma build my house with bricks He had no chance to sing and dance,cause work and play don't mix,now. big bad wolf, We aint afraid (oh) yall (oh) we aint (oh) afraid (oh no). Came the day when fated frown And the wolf blew into town With a gruff puff puff,he puffed just enough,and the hey house fell right down (Blew it down) 1 and 2 were scared to death,of the big bad wolfy's breath By the hair of your chiny chin chin I blow you in And the twig. house answered "yes", huh.
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