Lyrics, Lyrics, Lyrics!

December 13 2011

Hi Everyone!

Many of our fan families and school friends who enjoy watching our cartoon music videos on our YouTube channel send in messages asking for our lyrics. I typically ask folks to send me an email and I reply with our CD lyric booklets attached. I decided to make it easier for everyone and provide the downloadable lyric files here. Below are two download “widgets,” one for each Debbie and Friends’ CD.There is also a “share” link in case you know anyone who might also enjoy having access to our lyrics as well. Enjoy!

-Debbie

STORY SONGS AND SING ALONGS: Lyric Booklet Download

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8 Comments
  1. Tatiana on April 24, 2012 11:41 pm

    Hi! It´s a GREAT job what you do Debbie! I already told you, if you ever come down to Argentina, it would be really great to meet you. Congratulations from a teacher from Buenos Aires ;)

  2. Patricia Manning on August 26, 2012 7:20 pm

    Hi Debbie,

    My name is Patricia I’m a teacher in a small town in Brazil, I love your work, and my students love your songs and videos. I would like to ask you the Cinderella lyrics, they love the song and the video, we will be very happy.
    Thanks a lot, and who knows someday you can come to Brazil,
    Patricia. My email is patricia.manning@windowslive.com

  3. Debbie Cavalier on August 26, 2012 11:36 pm

    Hi Patricia! Thank oyu for your nice message. I’m so happy to know your students love my music. Here are the lyrics to Cinderella pasted below. Please say hello to your students for me. All the best, Debbie

    Cinderella!
    by Debbie Cavalier and Mike Carrera

    Cinderella had two sisters who were mean
    Like bullies they were nasty as can be
    They made her work all day
    Scrubbing floors and cleaning windows while they played

    Cinderella had a lot of friends
    They were kind, and good, and she loved to play with them.
    But she had to work all day
    Scrubbing floors and cleaning windows while they played

    Just hold your head up high and
    Everything will be alright, Cinderella
    You are beautiful oh, oh
    Be true to yourself and pay no mind
    Your gonna be just fine, Cinderella, CINDERELLA!

    Cinderella heard about the Ball
    She wanted to attend but they said “NO”!
    Sisters: You don’t have a dress, and you’re such a mess!
    Then POOF! A fairy appeared.

    Fairy Godfather: Dialog with Cinderella

    Just hold your head up high and
    Everything will be alright, Cinderella
    You are beautiful oh, oh
    Be true to yourself and pay no mind
    Your gonna be just fine, Cinderella,

    Cinderella had a great time at the ball
    She danced with the Prince while her sisters stared in awe
    Then she left in a rush, and her shoe fell off
    And the Prince said, “I’m gonna find that girl!”

    Just hold your head up high and
    Everything will be alright, Cinderella
    You are beautiful oh, oh
    Be true to yourself and pay no mind
    Your gonna be just fine, Cinderella, CINDERELLA!

    The Prince knocked on every door in town
    Cinderella’s foot fit perfectly he found
    They became the best of friends
    That’s how happy ends
    If the shoe fits, wear it!

    Just hold your head up high and
    Everything will be alright, Cinderella
    You are beautiful oh, oh
    Be true to yourself and pay no mind
    Your gonna be just fine, Cinderella, CINDERELLA!

  4. Patricia Manning on August 28, 2012 10:48 am

    Thanks a lot Debbie, my stydents are here and them are so happy , we love that song, kiss for you from Livia, Sofia, Rafael, Jo?£o, Gabriel, Thiago, Lucas, Luiz Henrique, Luiz Gustavo, Luiz Guilherme, Samara , jo?£o Giovanneli and me Patricia, we all love you,come to Brazil someday, ok

  5. Claire Moggridge on October 6, 2012 4:41 pm

    Hi Debbie, I am a teacher in London and would like to teach my class of 4 and 5 year olds your Jack and the Beanstalk song. I havetried to download the lyrics via your blog but am having problems. Could you paste the lyrics here like you did for Cinderella above?

    Thank you! x

  6. Debbie Cavalier on October 7, 2012 8:23 am

    My Pleasure, Claire. Here you go:

    Debbie

    JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
    Words and Music by Debbie Cavalier

    This is the story of a boy named Jack
    Who sold the family cow for beans instead of cash
    He told his mom, “They’re MAGIC beans,” but she threw them all outside
    That night a beanstalk grew, way up to the sky

    Jack climbed the beanstalk
    To the castle in the sky
    He walked to the door, and heard the
    Giant from inside:
    He called for his Golden Hen and he gave a mighty ROAR (ROAR!)
    Counted his fortune, then heard Jack upon the door. He said:

    Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum
    I smell the blood of an Englishman
    Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum

    Hey Jack, get back!
    Hey Jack, get back!
    Down, down, down, he went back home (The next day)

    Jack climbed the beanstalk
    To the castle in the sky
    He walked to the door, and heard the
    Giant from inside:
    He called for his Golden Harp and he gave a mighty ROAR (ROAR!)
    The Harp played a lullaby, and the Giant gave a SNORE

    So, Jack grabbed the Golden Harp, and headed for the door
    The door slammed behind him, and the Giant gave a ROAR (ROAR!)
    He said:

    Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum
    I smell the blood of an Englishman
    Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum

    Hey Jack, get back!
    Hey Jack, get back!
    Down, down, down, he went back home

    Jack cut down the beanstalk
    He’ll climb up no more
    But still sometimes he hears
    The Giant’s mighty ROAR (ROAR!)

    ©2007 Debbie Cavalier Music
    All Rights Reserved

  7. Suzi Crowley on February 13, 2013 3:11 pm

    Hi Debbie, I love your songs. My son has Autism and loves them too. I am also a teacher and would love to sing the three little pigs in assembly on world book day. Please can u post the lyrics.
    Suzi

  8. admin on February 15, 2013 9:13 am

    Hi Suzi, What a nice message. I’m so happy to hear your song loves our music and that you are planning to use our songs with your students. Pasted below are the lyrics to The Three Pigs song. We are working on a new CD for a spring release and will have more story songs. May I add you to our email list to keep you updated? Thank you again.
    -Debbie

    THREE PIGS AND A WOLF
    by Debbie Cavalier

    The first piggy made a house of straw
    The finest straw you ever saw.
    Then one day the wolf came by
    He knocked three times (x x x)
    For the pigs inside (x x x), he said,

    Knock, Knock, Knock, Let me in
    I don’t care ‘bout the hair on your chinny, chin, chin
    I can huff and puff and blow your house in
    Whoooooooo!————

    And the walls came tumbling down and the
    Wolf ran in

    The second piggy made a house of wood
    The finest wood in the neighborhood
    Then one day, the wolf came by
    He knocked three times (x x x)
    For the pigs inside (x x x), he said,

    Knock, Knock, Knock, Let me in
    I don’t care ‘bout the hair on your chinny, chin, chin
    I can huff and puff and blow your house in
    Whoooooooo!———–

    And the walls came tumbling down and the
    Wolf ran in

    The third piggy made a house of brick.
    The finest brick it was strong and thick.
    Then one day, the wolf came by.
    He knocked three times (x x x)
    For the pigs inside (x x x), he said

    Knock, Knock, Knock, Let me in
    I don’t care ‘bout the hair on your chinny, chin, chin
    I can huff and puff and blow your house in
    Whoooooooo!————
    Whoooooooo!————
    Whoooooooo!————

    Well he huffed and puffed as hard as he could,
    But the house stood still! (YEAH!!!)

    So when you build a house for yourself, USE BRICKS!

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