Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Oh Yeah

Once upon a time

Oh yeah

there were three Bears.

Oh yeah

A Papa and a mama bear,

Oh yeah

and a little baby bear.

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They lived in a small house

Oh yeah

in the forest.

Oh yeah

One morning Mama

Oh yeah

Made some breakfast.

Oh yeah

And the bears sat down to

Oh yeah

their bowls of porridge.

Oh yeah

But the porridge was hot!

Oh yeah

So they went for a walk

Oh yeah

while the porridge cooled.

Oh yeah

Soon after they left,

Oh yeah

along came a girl.

Oh yeah

She knocked on the door.

Oh yeah.

But no one answered.

Oh yeah

So she went in.

Oh yeah

Her name was Goldilocks.

Oh yeah

Goldilocks found herself

Oh yeah

in the kitchen.

Oh yeah

On the table

were bowls of porridge.

Oh yeah

Goldilocks was hungry!

Oh yeah

She sat down to eat.

Oh yeah

She tasted from the big bowl.

Oh yeah

But it was too hot.

Oh yeah

She tasted from the middle bowl.

Oh yeah

But it was too cold.

Oh yeah

She tasted from the little bowl.

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And it was just right.

Oh yeah

She ate it all up.

Oh yeah

Goldilocks was tired.

Oh yeah

She saw three chairs.

Oh yeah

She sat in the big chair.

Oh yeah

But it was too hard.

Oh yeah

She sat in the middle chair.

Oh yeah

But it was too soft.

Oh yeah

Then she sat in the little chair.

Oh yeah

It was just right.

Oh yeah

And then CRASH! It broke!

Oh yeah

and Goldilocks fell.

Oh yeah

Now she was sleepy.

Oh yeah

She went upstairs.

Oh yeah

She found three beds.

Oh yeah

She lay in the big bed.

Oh yeah

But it was too hard.

Oh yeah

She lay in the middle bed.

Oh yeah

But it was too soft.

Oh yeah

She lay on the baby bed.

Oh yeah

It was just right.

Oh yeah

And Goldilocks

Oh yeah

was soon fast asleep.

Oh yeah

And while she slept

Oh yeah

the Bears came home.

Oh yeah

Papa bear looked

Oh yeah

at the kitchen table.

Oh yeah

“Someone’s been eating from

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my bowl of porridge!”

Oh yeah

“Someone’s been eating from

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my bowl of porridge!”

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said Mama bear.

Oh yeah

“Someone’s been eating from

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my bowl of porridge!”

Oh yeah

said little baby bear.

Oh yeah

“And they ate it up!”

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“Someone’s been sitting

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in my chair!”

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said Papa bear.

Oh yeah

“Someone’s been sitting

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in my chair!”

Oh yeah

said Mama bear.

Oh yeah

“Someone’s been sitting

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in my chair!”

Oh yeah

said baby bear.

Oh yeah

“And they broke it to bits!”

Oh yeah

“Someone’s been sleeping

Oh yeah

in my bed!”

Oh yeah

said Papa bear.

Oh yeah

“Someone’s been sleeping

Oh yeah

in my bed!”

Oh yeah

said Mama bear.

Oh yeah

“Someone’s been sleeping

Oh yeah

in my bed!”

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said baby bear.

Oh yeah

“And she’s still here!”

Oh yeah

And with that,

Oh yeah

Goldilocks woke up,

Oh yeah

saw the three Bears,

Oh yeah

screamed, and jumped

Oh yeah

out the window

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And ran away.

Oh yeah

And the three Bears

Oh yeah

never saw her again.

Oh yeah

About rockcanyon

Rick Walton has worked as a cook in a Mexican restaurant, a secretary, a missionary, an arts administrator, a school teacher, and a computer software writer and designer. But now he has the best job of all–writing for children. He is the author of over eighty books for children. His works include joke books, picture books, a collection of poetry, activity books, a play, mini-mysteries, and educational software. He loves to read, travel, play the guitar, study foreign languages, and write. Rick graduated from Brigham Young University in Spanish, with a Portuguese minor. His wife, Ann, is a computer programmer who has worked for IBM, Novell, and WordPerfect, and who nows works for Rick. They have five children. They live in a hodge-podge house on a secluded lot with a thousand trees, in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains. View all posts by rockcanyon

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