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1 Down to the woods. 1 (P22, B2)

2 Down to the woods -1 Verse 1 ALL If you go down to the woods today, You’d better go in disguise. Beware! Hiding in the dark, There! Gliding through the shadows, There’s a lurking, smirking smile. I thought I saw a- Shhhh! Verse 2 If you go down to the woods today, You’d better not go alone. Beware! Prowling through the trees, There! Howling in the hollows, There’s a cheerless, fearless face. I thought I saw a- Shhhh!

3 GOOD BAD Ears! Twitching with excitement Eyes! Sinister and sly, Teeth! Sharper than a sabre, ALL Waiting for a little girl to wander by. GOOD BAD Tongue! Sliding like a serpent, Claws! Ready to attack, ALL Something’s lurking in the shadows, Leave the wood and don’t come back!

4 Verse 3 ALL If you go down to the woods today, Stay on the path, in the light. Beware! Creeping through the wood, There! Peeping through the branches, There’s a growling, scowling- Wait! (spoken) GOOD BAD I thought I saw a – What? I thought I saw a – Where? I thought I saw a - When? ALL I thought I saw a wolf!

5 Welcome. 2 (P23, B3)

6 2. Welcome GOOD Welcome, Miss, welcome to the forest, Now that your journey has begun. Careful Miss, careful that you don’t stray from the path, Hurry back before the day is done. BAD (to themselves) What’s this? What’s this? A tasty little Miss! What’s this? What’s this? A tasty little Miss! (pointing to Sniffy) What’s that? What’s that? A mangy little rat! What’s that? What’s that? The wolf would love to meet you.

7 GOOD Welcome, Miss, welcome to the forest, Now that your journey has begun. Careful, Miss, careful that you don’t stray from the path, Hurry back before the day is done. BAD What’s this? What’s this? GOOD And return before the day is done. BAD What’s that? What’s that? We’re glad to meet you in the wood. ALL Welcome to the wood!

8 The Wolf. 3 (P24, B4)

9 The Wolf - 3 BADSniff! Crunch! Squish! Mmm! Sniff! Aah! WOLFShhh!

10 The marching Song. 4 (P25, B5)

11 The marching Song – 4 PIGS Three little piglets march along, Proudly singing a marching song, Keeping the peace and righting wrong, The wardens of the woods. Three little pigs are on their way, Fighting crime in the woods today, Three little pigs are here to stay, The wardens of the woods.

12 PIGS & GOOD We’re SLOP! And we’ll never stop, We’ll work till we drop BAD (shouted) S-L-O-P S-T-O-P D-R-O-P ALL- To make this a great and good land. PIGS & GOOD The best! We pass every test, And we’ll never rest BAD B-E-S-T T-E-S-T R-E-S-T ALL- Till this is a wolf-less woodland

13 PIGS Three little piglets march along, Proudly singing a marching song, Keeping the peace and righting wrong, The wardens of the woods. Three little pigs are on their way, Fighting crime in the woods today, Three little pigs are here to say, We’re here to say (shouted) SLOP!

14 The marching Song (reprise). 5 (P26, B6)

15 The Marching Song (reprise) - 5 PIGS Three little piglets march along, Proudly singing a marching song, Keeping the pace and righting wrong, The wardens of the woods. Three little pigs are on their way, Fighting crime in the woods today, Three little pigs are here to stay, We’re here to say (shouted) SLOP!

16 Butterflies and Bees. 6 (P27, B7)

17 Butterflies and bees BAD Take a walk in the woodland, Take a walk where the balmy breezes blow, Take a walk in the woodland, Take a walk where exotic flowers grow. Strolling under the trees, Chasing squirrels and butterflies and bees, Take a walk in the woodland, Miss Riding Hood, please! GOOD Verse 2 If you want to reach your destination, Don’t, don’t, don’t delay. To avoid a sorry situation, Go, go, go away. Don’t be tempted by a combination of butterflies and bees, Don’t be late for tea at Granny’s, Miss Riding Hood, please! Verse 1 and 2 are then sung simultaneously.

18 The Wolf/Narration1 7 (P28, B8)

19 The Wolf/Narration BADSniff! (They sniff) Crunch! Squish! Mmm! GOODHungry wolf could hardly wait, Off he leaped into the forest, There to meet his dinner date For a bite to eat. BADSniff! (They sniff) GOODFor a bite to eat BADCrunch! GOODFor a bite to eat

20 Knock, knock, knock! 8 (P29, B10)

21 Knock, knock, knock. WOLF BAD Knock, knock, knock, It’s the postman, Ma’am, Got a load of parcels in my postal van. Knock, knock, knock, Haven’t got all day, Open up the door and I’ll be on my way. GRANDMA Clear off, scoot and skedaddle! GOOD Take a running jump, or row off down a creek without a paddle! You must think I’m a loon, Postmen never visit in the afternoon.

22 WOLF BAD Knock, knock, knock, It’s the butcher, Ma’am, Got a load of bacon in my butcher’s van. Knock, knock, knock, Haven’t got all day, Open up the door and I’ll be on my way. GRANDMA Clear off, scoot, and skedaddle! GOOD Take a running jump, or row off down a creek without a paddle! You must think I’m a loon, Butchers never visit in the afternoon.

23 Verse 3 WOLF Knock, knock, knock, BADIt’s the baker, Ma’am, Got some choc’late brownies in my baker’s van. Knock, knock, knock, Haven’t got all day, Open up the door and I’ll be on my way. GRANDMA Hold on, no, wait a minute! GOOD I love a choc’late brownie, with the choc’late oozing from within it. Please don’t go, I implore, Let me find the key and open up the door.

24 Chorus (beginning very quietly, getting gradually louder) WOLF In my tummy there’s a rumbling, Like there’s someone in there tumbling, But there’s little point in grumbling, ’Cos it’s teatime. GRANDMA In my tummy there’s a rumbling, Like there’s someone in there tumbling, But there’s little point in grumbling, ‘Cos it’s teatime.

25 Grandma and Wolf sing together on opposite sides of the door. WOLF BAD In my tummy there’s a rumbling, Like there’s someone in there tumbling, But there’s little point in grumbling, ’Cos it’s teatime. WOLF BAD In my tummy, there’s a rumbling Like there’s someone in there tumbling, But there’s little point in grumbling, ’Cos it’s teatime! GRANDMA GOOD Please don’t scoot and skedaddle, Please don’t, cos it’s teatime. GRANDMA GOOD Hold on no wait a minute, Hold on, cos it’s teatime.

26 WOLF + GRANDMA Knock, knock, knock, ’Cos it’s time for our – Knock, knock, knock, Yes, it’s time for our tea!

27 The Wolf / Narration 2 9 (P30, B12)

28 The Wolf/Narration BADSniff! (They sniff) Crunch! Squish! Mmm! GOODMeanwhile in a forest glade, Little girl was lost and frightened, Wishing that she’d never strayed From the forest path BADSniff! (They sniff) GOODFrom the forest path BADCrunch! GOODFrom the forest path

29 The marching Song (reprise). 10 (P26, B6)

30 The Marching Song (reprise) - 5 PIGS Three little piglets march along, Proudly singing a marching song, Keeping the pace and righting wrong, The wardens of the woods. Three little pigs are on their way, Fighting crime in the woods today, Three little pigs are here to stay, We’re here to say (shouted) SLOP!

31 Narration 3 11 (P31, B16)

32 Narration 3 GOODDay was turning into night, As they came to Granny’s cottage, Wolf was waiting out of sight, Lurking in disguise BADSniff! (They sniff) GOODLurking in disguise BADCrunch! GOODLurking in disguise

33 The Wolf - reprise 12 (P32, B18)

34 The Wolf (reprise) - 12 BADSniff! (they sniff) Crunch! Squish! Mmm!

35 Whistling and Waving 13 (P33, B20)

36 Whistling and waving GOODSeems sort of odd, sort of strange, and uncanny That the wolf’s very fat, And there’s no sign of granny. BADAnd you search through the house, Ev’ry nook, ev’ry cranny, But she’s still nowhere to be seen. GOODWe’ve got a hunch, and it seems that the sinner Came and sniffed out her gran, And then ate her for dinner. BADBut she won’t let a wily old Wolf be the winner, So she’s going to intervene!

37 ALL Chorus And they’ll be whistling and waving For the girl in the hood, Who’s incredibly brave, And who’s incredibly good, For she saved all the animals Who live in the wood From the wolf! Yes, they’ll be cheering and clapping For the girl in the hood, Who’s incredibly brave, And who’s incredibly good, For she saved all the animals Who live in the wood From the wolf!

38 GOODNo time to lose, ’cos her gran’s in his belly, Where it’s dark and it’s damp And it’s terribly smelly. BADTime to act like the doctors You see on the telly, Time to open him up right now! GOODNothing to fear from this strange situation, Just a girl and a wolf, And a small operation. BADAnd a grandmother whose Final extermination Didn’t happen anyhow.

39 ALL Chorus And they’ll be whistling and waving For the girl in the hood, Who’s incredibly brave, And who’s incredibly good, For she saved all the animals Who live in the wood From the wolf! Yes, they’ll be cheering and clapping For the girl in the hood, Who’s incredibly brave, And who’s incredibly good, For she saved all the animals Who live in the wood From the hungry, heartless wolf!

40 Finale! 14 (P34, B21)

41 Finale ALL Did you hear what she said? Did you see her swanning about? One false move, we’ll be next! Heads will roll, there isn’t a doubt. So to save our skin, we’ll stand by her, Thick and thin, we’ll stand by her, Sickly grin, we’ll stand by her, Anything to make her happy! Sing out loud, we’ll stand by her, We’re not proud, we’ll stand by her, Join the crowd and follow our lead. (Reprise of ‘Whistling and waving’) with waving and clapping

42 ALL As we go whistling and waving For the girl in the hood, Who’s incredibly brave, And who’s incredibly good, For she saved all the animals Who live in the wood From the wolf. Yes, we’ll be cheering and clapping For the girl in the hood, Who’s incredibly brave, And who’s incredibly good, For she saved all the animals Who live in the wood From the – Shhh!

43 (Reprise of ‘Down to the woods’) If you go down to the woods today, You’d better go in disguise. Beware! Hiding in the dark, There! Gliding through the shadows, There’s a lurking, smirking smile. GOOD I thought I saw a – BAD Shhh! ALL If you go down to the woods today, You’d better not go alone. Beware! Prowling through the trees, There! Howling in the hollows, there’s a Cheerless, fearless – Wait!

44 GOOD BAD I thought I saw a – What? I thought I saw a – Where? I thought I saw a - When? ALL I thought I saw a wolf!


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