Dave Allenby - Sweet Gingerbread Man/Who Wrote That Sonjg album
Sweet Gingerbread Man. Исполнитель.
A. Sweet Gingerbread Man. 2:50. B. Who Wrote That Song. Sweet Gingerbread Man/Who Wrote That Sonjg (7", Single). Chart Records (7). CHK-4325.
Sweet Gingerbread Man is a song with music by Michel Legrand, and lyrics by Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman. It was recorded originally as a film song - for director Leonard Horn' s screen version of Robert T. Westbrook's The Magic Garden of Stanley Sweetheart a film about young people in Greenwich Village.
The Gingerbread Man (also known as The Gingerbread Boy) is a folktale about a gingerbread man's escape from various pursuers and his eventual demise between the jaws of a fox. "The Gingerbread Boy" first appeared in print in the May, 1875, issue of St. Nicholas Magazine in a cumulative tale which, like "The Little Red Hen", depends on repetitious scenes featuring an ever-growing cast of characters for its effect. According to the reteller of the tale, "A girl from Maine told it to my children
Gingerbread Man - album - was created in 1994. Andrew Marvell was the man that wrote the poem Oliver Cromwell. He was an English metaphysical.
Gingerbread dates from the 15th century, and figural biscuit-making was practiced in the 16th century. The first documented instance of figure-shaped gingerbread biscuits was at the court of Elizabeth I of England
A Sweet Gingerbread Man 2:50 B Who Wrote That Song 3:05. Gingerbread Man/Who That Sonjg (7", Single).
The Gingerbread Man is a famous story that is very dear to kids all over the world. Here, we have this story as a launching pad for reading and listening comprehension activities, that are immensely important in learning English. The Gingerbread Man. Once there lived an old man, an old woman, and a little boy. One day, the old woman was baking bread. With the dough that was left over, she made a Gingerbread Man with the little boy’s help . The old man, who was repairing his lawn mower, and the old woman, ran after the Gingerbread Man, shouting and screaming. The little boy joined them. So all three began to chase the Gingerbread Man.
Read the Gingerbread Man and listen to the FREE audio story. It's a fast-paced folktale about a cake who runs away down and is chased by people and animals. On went the gingerbread man, and by-and-by he came to a fox that lay quietly in a corner of the fence. The fox called out in a sharp voice, but without getting up, "Where ye going, gingerbread man?" He said: "I’ve outrun an old man, an old woman, a little boy, two well diggers, two ditch diggers, a bear, and a wolf, and I can outrun you too-o-o!"
|Sweet Gingerbread Man||2:50|
|Who Wrote That Song||3:05|
|CHK-4325||Dave Allenby||Sweet Gingerbread Man/Who Wrote That Sonjg (7", Single)||Chart Records||CHK-4325||Australia||1971|
|6006 162||Dave Allenby||Sweet Gingerbread Man (7", Single)||Philips||6006 162||UK||1971|