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Li'l Red Riding Hood" was a 1966 song performed by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs. It was the group's second top-10 hit, reaching No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in August 1966 and No. 2 on the Canadian RPM Magazine charts. It was certified gold by the RIAA on August 11, 1966.
A1. Li'l Red Riding Hood. Written-By – Blackwell. Written-By – Greenwich, Barry.
Also known as "Lil' Red Riding Hood," is an updated version of the Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale, with the lead singer portraying the wolf. In this context, the singer is preying on the girl through lies and deception in an attempt to win her favor and take advantage of her. It's a scene played out in many social situations, as an aggressive guy might play lots of tricks to seduce an unsuspecting girl. Written by Ronald Blackwell and produced by Stan Kesler, this was the second big semi-novelty hit for the Texas band Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs.
Little Red Riding Hood I don’t think little big girls should Go walking in these spooky old woods alone Owoooooooo! What big eyes you have The kind of eyes that drive wolves mad So just to see that you don’t get chased I think I ought to walk with you for a ways. What full lips you have They’re sure to lure someone bad So until you get to grandma’s place I think you ought to walk with me and be safe. I’m gonna keep my sheep suit on Until I’m sure that you’ve been shown That I can be trusted walking with you alone Owoooooooo! Little Red Riding Hood I’d like to hold you if I could But you might.
Sam the Sham and The Pharaohs, 1965. Domingo "Sam" Samudio (born February 28, 1937 Dallas, Texas), better known by his stage name Sam the Sham, is a retired American rock and roll singer. Sam the Sham was known for his camp robe and turban and hauling his equipment in a 1952 Packard hearse with maroon velvet curtains. As the front man for the Pharaohs, he sang on several Top 40 hits in the mid-1960s, notably the Billboard Hot 100 runners up "Wooly Bully" and "Li'l Red Riding Hood". This new set of Pharaohs recorded "Li'l Red Riding Hood". On the Hot 100, "Lil' Red Riding Hood" began its two-week peak at the week of August 6, 1966, just as another fairy tale title, "The Pied Piper" by Crispian St. Peters, was ending its three-week peak at The track did even better by Cash Box Magazine's reckoning, reaching the same week.
|A||Lil' Red Riding Hood
Written-By – Blackwell*
|B||Love Me Like Before
Written-By – Samudio*
|61130, 61 130||Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs||Little Red Riding Hood / Love Me Like Before (7", Single, Mono)||MGM Records, MGM Records||61130, 61 130||Germany||1966|
|13506X||Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs||Lil' Red Riding Hood (7", Single)||MGM Records||13506X||Canada||1966|
|K13506||Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs||Lil' Red Riding Hood (7", Single, Promo)||MGM Records||K13506||US||1966|
|61130, 61 130||Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs||Little Red Riding Hood (7", Single, Mono)||MGM Records, MGM Records||61130, 61 130||France||1966|
|889 276-7||Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs||Little Red Riding Hood (7", Single, RE)||Polydor||889 276-7||Germany||1989|