Three little pigs sing along


(tune of This Old Man)


     
This young pig, built a house,
     
Out of straw he built a house.
     
But old wolf, huff-and-puff, blew it into shreds,
     
This pig ran to brother's instead.

     
Next young pig, built a house,
     
Out of sticks he built a house,
     
But old wolf, huff-and-puff, blew it clean away,
     
Two pigs ran to brother's that day.

     
Third young pig, built a house,
     
Out of bricks he built a house.
     
But old wolf, huff-and-puff, couldn't touch the place,
     
Three pigs laughed in old wolf's face.

     
Then old wolf, climbed the house,
     
(And) down the chimney of the house.
     
But a big pot, boiling pot, caught him where he fell, 
     
Burnt his bum and tail, as well.

     
This old wolf, ran away,
     
Turned hot tail and ran away.
     
And the three pigs, happy pigs, never more did roam,
     
At last three pigs had found their home!


This Sing Along story is taken from Lois Walker's Homepage Go visit her page.

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