The Walrus and the Carpenter, Music by Steve Allen, Lyrics by Lewis Carroll, Performed by Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gormé,Karl Malden, Louis Nye, and the Oysters in Alice in Wonderland 1985

The Walrus and the Carpenter [song lyrics

Song lyrics to The Walrus and the Carpenter, Music by Steve Allen, Lyrics by Lewis Carroll, Performed by Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gormé,Karl Malden, Louis Nye, and the Oysters in Alice in Wonderland 1985

[the song is book-ended by Tweedledee (Steve Lawrence) and Tweedledum (Eydie Gormé)]

Tweeldedee (Steve Lawrence) and Tweedledum (Edyie Gormé):
The walrus and the carpenter were walking close at hand
They went like anything to see such quantities of sand.

Song lyrics to There’s Something to Say for Hatred, Music and Lyrics by Steve Allen, Performed by Martha Raye and Imogene Coca in Alice in Wonderland 1985

There’s Something to Say for Hatred [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to There’s Something to Say for Hatred, Music and Lyrics by Steve Allen, Performed by Martha Raye and Imogene Coca in Alice in Wonderland 1985

The Duchess (Martha Raye):
There’s something to say for hatred
For rudeness
And for spite.

You Are Old, Father William

You Are Old, Father William

You Are Old, Father William” is a poem by Lewis Carroll that appears in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. It is recited by Alice in Chapter 5, “Advice from a Caterpillar”. Alice informs the Caterpillar that she has previously tried to repeat “How Doth the Little Busy Bee” and has had it all come wrong as “How Doth the Little Crocodile“. The Caterpillar asks her to repeat “You Are Old, Father William”, and she recites: