THE APPLE SONG

Música: Kim Gannon y Walter Kent
Letra: Kim Gannon y Walter Kent



There's, uh, apple pickles
Oh-so-tasty
Apple tarts and apple pastry
Apple dumplings, not to mention...

-Applesauce?
-Yes!

And there's apple fritters
Light as thistle
And for folks to wet their whistle
Tangy apple cider in a glass

Stew'em, fry'em, boil'em, bake'em
Apple pie and apple cake'em
Yep!
You can cook'em any way

There's apple this and apple that
The recipes'd fill yer hat
Why, I could carry on like this all day

So, pack yer stuff and git a-goin'
Git them apple trees a-growin'
There's a lot of work out there to do
There's a lot of work to do.

-Yes, sir!
I mean, no, sir.
You see, sir, I ain't got the traps,
ain't got the gear...
or none of the things
I'll need out there.

-You ain't got the...
Dadgum it, boy,
I'm ashamed of you.
You got the stuff to see you through.
Why, you got all the seeds you're needin',
and for pretty darn good readin'...

There ain't nothin' finer than your book

-Here's a mighty handy bonnet.
Even got a handle on it.

Turn it upside-down and you can cook

So, come on, son and git a-goin'
Git them apple trees a-growin'
There's a lot of work out there to do
Oh, there's a lot of work to do.