• Artist: Debbie and Friends
  • Title: Little Red Remix
  • Genre: Pop - Electronic, Kids/Quirky, Electronic - Electronic Pop
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Quirky/Wacky/Silly
  • Speed: Fast (130-160)
  • Instruments: Electronic Sounds/Noises, Textures/pads, Loops/Samples
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/18/2011
  • Lyric themes: Storytelling, Playing, Learning, Growing Pains, Other
  • Lyrics: Raise your hand if you know Little Red Riding Hood She was walking all alone, through the woods She came upon the wolf and they talked for a while Grandma’s ill and I’m bringing her some pie. “Nice to meet you!”, said the Wolf, then he ran away Little Riding Hood continued with her day She went to grandma’s house, but to her surprise Grandma was the wolf dressed in disguise, and she said: What big eyes you have! The better to see you with, my dear What big arms you have! The better to hold you with, my dear What big TEETH you have! The better to EAT you with, my dear Then the wolf jumped up, it’s understood He gobbled up miss Riding Hood (Hey, let me outta here!!!) Then a hunter was walking through the woods Heard a cry it sounded just like Riding Hood So, he went to Grandma’s house, and took a look inside, Grandma was the Wolf dressed in disguise, and he said: What big eyes you have! The better to see you with, my dear What big arms you have! The better to hold you with, my dear What big TEETH you have! The better to EAT you with, my dear, well the Hunter grabbed the wolf, and shook him good. Out fell Little Red Riding Hood! (Oww! Oh, Thank you!!!) Well Little Miss Riding Hood I don’t think that a youngster should Go walking all alone, in the woods So, hurry home Don’t wander off alone Cause you might see the Wolf, and you’ll say: What big eyes you have! The better to see you with, my dear What big arms you have! The better to hold you with, my dear What big TEETH you have! The better to EAT you with, my dear The lesson learned, it’s understood Don’t wander alone, walkin’ through the woods The lesson learned, it’s understood Don’t wander alone, walkin’ through the woods
  • Keywords: juvenile, peppy, cheerful, dance, energetic, comedy, happy, quirky, pop, whimsical, circus, bouncy, Bubblegum, Cartoon, Crazy, Eclectic, Glam, Learning

About Debbie and Friends

Debbie and Friends

Get ready for some sing-along, dance-along, laugh-along family fun. Debbie and Friends songs play like and interactive “variety show,” with diverse styles that include rock, pop, country, reggae, and Broadway-esque tunes. Debbie and Friends music is great fun for the whole family!

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