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Goldilocks

“Oh no, Goldilocks! What were you thinking? The Three Bears’ house is no place to visit!” In Debbie and Friends’ musical spin of the classic tale, Goldilocks is so hungry and tired that she doesn’t listen. She tries the Three Bears’ porridge, chairs, and beds, and then she gets a big surprise when the Three Bears come home.
“Oh no, Goldilocks! What were you thinking? The Three Bears’ house is no place to be in!” But in this new musical spin of the classic tale by Debbie and Friends, “Goldilocks and the Three Bears,” Goldilocks is so hungry and tired that she doesn’t listen. She tries the Three Bears’ porridge, their chairs, and their beds. Then she gets a surprise of her own when the Three Bears come home.
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Goldilocks went out for a walk. She came upon the Three Bears’ home. Feeling hungry and oh so tired, she was all alone. She smelled some porridge, so the story goes. She tried the Papa Bear’s bowl, the Mama Bear’s bowl, and the Baby Bear’s bowl. She said it was . . . too hot, it was . . . too cold, it was . . . just right, so she ate it all. She ate it all from the Baby Bear’s bowl. Goldilocks, what were you thinkin’? The Three Bears’ house is no place to be in. Jump up, turn around, and run home now. Ooo-oo-ooh, Goldilocks! I think I hear the Three Bears’ growl! Goldilocks was ready to rest. She came upon the Three Bears’ chairs. Feeling full from the yummy porridge made by Mama Bear. She tried the chairs out, so the story goes. She tried the Papa Bear’s chair, the Mama Bear’s chair, and the Baby Bear’s chair. She said it was . . . too hard, it was . . . too soft, it was . . . just right, so she sat right there. She sat right there. Broke the Baby Bear’s chair! Goldilocks, what were you thinkin’? The Three Bears’ house is no place to be in. Jump up, turn around, and run home now. Ooo-oo-ooh, Goldilocks! I think I hear the Three Bears’ growl! Goldilocks was ready to nap. She came upon the Three Bears’ beds. Feeling tired from the walk in the woods she was ready to lay her head. She tried the beds out, so the story goes. She tried the Papa Bear’s bed, the Mama Bear’s bed, and the Baby Bear’s bed. She said it was . . . too hard, it was . . . too soft, it was . . . just right so she laid her head. She laid her head on the Baby Bear’s bed. (Then the BEARS CAME HOME and the Baby said) Someone’s eaten up my porridge. Someone’s broken my chair. Someone’s sleeping in my bed, and she’s right there! (And with that, Goldilocks woke up, jumped out of bed, and ran all the way home.) Goldilocks, what were you thinkin’? The Three Bears’ house is no place to be in. Jump up, turn around, and run home now. Ooo-oo-ooh, Goldilocks! I think I hear the Three Bears’ growl! Goldilocks, what were you thinkin’? The Three Bears’ house is no place to be in. Jump up, turn around, and run home now. Ooo-oo-ooh, Goldilocks! (Goldilocks, Goldilocks) Oh, Goldilocks. Oh, Goldilocks. I think I hear the Three Bears’ growl.
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