Who's afraid of the big bad wolfThe big bad wolfThe big bad wolfWho's afraid of the big bad wolfTra la la la laLong ago there were three pigsLittle handsome pigsFor the big, but very big, very bad wolf,They did not give three figsNumber one was very gayAnd he built his house with hayWith a hey hey toot he blew on his fluteAnd he played around all dayNow number two was fond of jigsAnd so he built his house with twigsHey, diddle diddle he played on his fiddleAnd danced with lady pigsNumber three said: "nix on tricks,I shall build my house with bricks!"He had no chance to sing or dance,'Cause work and play don't mixHa, ha, ha, the two little do-little pigsJust winked and laughed Ah! Woo!Who's afraid of the big bad wolfThe big bad wolfThe big bad wolfWho's afraid of the big bad wolfTra la la la laCame the day when fate did frownAnd a wolf blew into townWith a gruff huff puff, he puffed just enoughAnd the hay house fell right down![Laughing]One and two were scared to deathOf the big bad wolfy's breathAll the hair of your chinny chin I'll blow you inAnd the twig house answered yesNo one left but number threeTo save that piglet familySo when they knocked, he fast unlockedAnd said come in with meNow they all were safe insideBut the bricks hurt wolfy's prideSo, he slid down the chimney and oh by JiminyIn a fire he was friedOh oh oh, the three little free little pigsJust winked and laughed... Ah! Woo!Who's afraid of the big bad wolfThe big bad wolfThe big bad wolfWho is afraid of the big bad wolfTra la la la laTra la la Tra la laTra la la la la la la la la la la!Who's afraid of the big, big, big, big, bigBad woooooooooooooooooooolf!