Three Little Pigs

Album: Cereal Killer Soundtrack (1993)
Charted: 5 17
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  • Why don't you, sit right back,
    And I, I may tell you, a tale.
    A tale of three, little pigs,
    And a big, bad, wolf.

    Well the first little piggy, well he was kinda hip.
    He spent most of his days, just a dreaming of the city.
    And then one day, he bought a guitar.
    He moved to Hollywood, to become a star.
    But, living on the farm, he knew nothing of the city.
    Built his house out of straw, what a pity.
    And then one day, jamming on some chords,
    Along came the wolf, knocking on his door.

    Little Pig, Little Pig, let me in.
    Not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin!
    Little Pig, little pig, let me in.
    Not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin!
    Well I'm huffing, I'm puffing, I'll blow your house in.
    Huffing, puffin, blow your house in.
    Huffing, puffin, blow your house in.
    Huffing and a puffin and I'll blow your house in!

    Well the second little piggy, well he was kinda stoked.
    He spent most of his time just a ganga smoking.
    Huffing and a puffin down on Venice Beach.
    Getting paid money for religious speech.
    He built his shelter from what he garbage picked.
    Mostly made up of old cans and sticks.
    Then one day he was cranking out Bob Marley,
    And along came the Wolf on his big bad Harley.

    Little Pig, Little Pig, let me in.
    Not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin!
    Little Pig, little pig, let me in.
    Not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin!
    Well I'm huffing, I'm puffing, I'll blow your house in.
    Huffing, puffin, blow your house in.
    Huffing, puffin, blow your house in.
    Huffing and a puffin and I'll blow your house in!

    Well the third little piggy, the grade A student.
    His daddy was a rock star, named Pig Nugent.
    Earned his Masters Degree, from Harvard College.
    Built his house from his architect knowledge.
    A tri-level mansion, Hollywood Hills.
    Daddy's rock stardom, paid for the bills.
    And then one day came the old house smasher
    The big bad wolf, the little piggy slasher.

    Little Pig, Little Pig, let me in.
    Not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin!
    Little Pig, little pig, let me in.
    Not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin!
    Well I'm huffing, I'm puffing, I'll blow your house in.
    Huffing, puffin, blow your house in.
    Huffing, puffin, blow your house in.
    Huffing and a puffin and I'll blow your house in!

    Well the big bad Wolf,
    Well he huffed, and he puffed, all that he could.
    And low and behold the little piggy's house stood.
    "It's made out of concrete!" The little piggy shouted.
    The wolf just frowned, as he pouted.
    So they called nine-eleven, like any piggy would.
    The sent out Rambo, just as fast, as they could.

    "Yo, wolf-face, I'm your worst nightmare, your ass is mine!"

    Well the wolf fell dead as you can plainly see.
    That's to end the story, for you and me.
    If you still give a listen, you just may,
    Here the big wolf or little piggy say.

    Little Pig, Little Pig, let me in.
    Not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin!
    Little Pig, little pig, let me in.
    Not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin!
    Well I'm huffing, I'm puffing, I'll blow your house in.
    Huffing, puffin, blow your house in.
    Huffing, puffin, blow your house in.
    Huffing, puffin, blow your house in.
    Huffing and a puffin and I'll blow your house in!
    Huffing and a puffin and I'll blow your house in!
    Huffing and a puffin and I'll blow your house in!
    Huffing and a puffin and I'll blow your house in!

    "And the moral of the story is,
    A band with no talent can easily amuse
    Idiots, with a stupid, puppet show." Writer/s: MARC L. LEVINTHAL, WILLIAM CHARLES MANSPEAKER
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 11

  • Zara from Richmond,vaHey Marc from Niagara Falls, some people still like old school animation..which in '93 wasn't really old school, but for your sake I called it that. When you get old it's fun to be nostalgic
  • Pierce Werner from New JerseyFun fact: the umlaut over the y turns it into an o sound. So their name never actually changed. They beat the system
  • Megan from Stevenson, AlI don't know why, but when I was little I was super scared of this video! Now I think it's really cute! I was a wierd child...lol
  • Bobby from Carbondale, PaThey originally called themselves Green Jello, however they got in trouble with the Jello maker, and changed the "O" to a "Y" at the end of the word.
  • Jennifer Harris from Grand Blanc, MiThe song and video are so cute!
  • Chris from Izegem, BelgiumGreen Jelly whoo haa. Mucky Pup wrote that song.
  • Skye from Jefferson City, UtWhy would you name your band Green Jelly? Are they talking about like KY jelly? Gross!!!!
  • Randall from Dallas, TxThe entire Gwar troupe, including band members and Slave Pit helped them produce the video. In fact, Green Jell-o gave them a huge credit at the end of the video.
  • Marc from Niagara Falls, Canadathe very look of the video is totally 1993 uggh way before animation evolved into what it is now.
  • Matt from Newfoundland, Canadathe video for this song is funny but one thing that scaers me is rambo man he looks freaky looking.
  • Patrick from Conyers, GaWhen the song was popular, a local alternative music radio station in Georgia held a contest for its listenrs. If you came dressed as a wolf or a pig, you got free tickets to a concert performed by Green Jelly that day.
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