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"A Frog Went A Walking" is a song all about a frog, who wanted to marry a mouse and what happened at the wedding.

The song had first appeared on the Wake Up Jeff! album as a track. Then the song was updated to be filmed in 1999 to be put on the Dorothy the Dinosaur and Friends Video

But the first live-action version of this song was in 2007, Getting Strong! In this version, Murray plays the frog, Dorothy plays Mrs. Mousey, Anthony plays Mr. Pig, and Jeff plays the cook.


Song Credits

Wake Up Jeff!

It's Time to Wake Up Jeff!

  • Trad. arr. Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page
    (Wiggly Tunes Pty Ltd)
  • Vocals: Greg Page
    Guitar: Anthony Field
  • Originally engin-
    eered by Aaron Ruig
  • Remastered by Don
    Bartley

Getting Strong! Wiggle and Learn

Dance Dance!

Listen

12 A Frog Went a Walking

Song Lyrics

Wake Up Jeff! / Getting Strong!: Wiggle and Learn

A frog went a walking on a summer's day uh-hum

A frog went a walking on a summer's day uh-hum

A frog went a walking on a summers day, he met Miss Mousey on the way

Uh-hum, uh-hum, uh-hum

He said Miss Mousey will you marry me uh-hum

He said Miss Mousey will you marry me uh-hum

He said Miss Mousey will you marry me, together we'll live so happily

Uh-hum, uh-hum, uh-hum

First to the wedding was Mr Pig uh-hum

First to the wedding was Mr Pig uh-hum

First to the wedding was Mr Pig, he played guitar and started to jig

Uh-hum, uh-hum, uh-hum

What do you think they had for supper uh hum

What do you think they had for supper huh hum

What do you think they had for supper, Fried mosquito with bread and butter

Uh-hum, uh-hum, uh-hum

Dance Dance!

A froggy went a walking on a summer's day

Uh-huh

A froggy went a walking on a summer's day

Uh-huh

A froggy went a walking on a summer's day

To meet Ms. Mousey on the way

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

He walked right up to Ms. Mousey's door

Uh-huh

Can I come in?

He walked right up to Ms. Mousey's door

Uh-huh

Let me in.

He walked right up to Ms. Mousey's door

Where he had often been before

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

He said Ms. Mousey, "Are you within?"

Uh-huh

Why, yes I am.

He said Ms. Mousey, "Are you within?"

Uh-huh

Yes, I'm here.

He said Ms. Mousey, "Are you within?"

Why, yes

She said

Where have you been?

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

He said Ms. Mousey, "Will you marry me?"

Uh-huh

I don't know about that, Mr. Frog

He said Ms. Mousey, "Will you marry me?"

Uh-huh

Hmm, let me think about it.

He said Ms. Mousey, "Will you marry me?"

And together we can live in an apple tree

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

Now the first to the wedding was Mr. Pig

Uh-huh

(Oink, Oink)

Lachy: The first to the wedding was Mr. Pig

Uh-huh

(Oink)

The first to the wedding was Mr. Pig

He played bagpipes, what a dance to jig

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

Take it away, Mr. Pig

Mr. Pig (playing bagpipes)

Well, the second to the wedding was Mr. Fox

Uh-huh

The second to the wedding was Mr. Fox

Uh-huh

The second to the wedding was Mr. Fox

He bought them a lovely pair of socks

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

Well, the next to the wedding was Mr. Fly

Uh-huh

(Buzz, buzz)

The next to the wedding was Mr. Fly

Uh-huh

(Buzz)

The next to the wedding was Mr. Fly

He got stuck in an apple pie

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

Well, what do you think they had for supper?

Uh-huh

What do you think they had for supper?

Uh-huh

What do you think they had for supper?

Fried mosquitoes and lemon gutter

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

The last to the wedding was Mr. Snake

Uh-huh

(sssss)

The last to the wedding was Mr. Snake

Uh-huh

(sssss)

The last to the wedding was Mr. Snake

He ran away with the wedding cake

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

Froggy and Mousey lived happily

Uh-huh

Yee-ha!

Froggy and Mousey lived happily

Uh-huh

Yee-ha!

Froggy and Mousey lived happily

Together in an apple tree

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh

Trivia

Appearances

Video Performances

Album Tracks

Video

The Wiggles A Frog Went a Walking on a Summer's Day

The Wiggles A Frog Went a Walking on a Summer's Day