"The Littlest Lamb" is a song featured in the episode, "Ann-Margrock Presents", of the fourth season of the original series, The Flintstones.


When Hollyrock star, Ann-Margrock tucks Pebbles in for a nap, she sings a song about the lambs jumping over the fence.


You are still awake and it's half past your bedtime
The sandman had a date he didn't keep.
But when the lambs commence,
to jump across the fence,
I'll count them all until you fall asleep...

The first little lamb jumped over the fence,
and was off to the land of nod.
The second and third were close behind,
like three little peas in a pod.
The fourth little lamb was too chubby to jump,
he crawled under instead.
The fifth little lamb wasn't there at all,
he must have stayed home in bed.
Number six jumped around as confused as could be,
he didn't know where he had been.
He jumped over that's true, but before he was through,
he jumped over, jumped back, and jumped over again.
The next little lamb, was the littlest lamb,
too little for such a big leap.
Though he tried like a scout,
he soon tuckered out,
and the littlest lamb was asleep.
The littlest lamb is asleep.


  • This is one of the only two songs in this episode that was not featured in any album release.
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