A popular rhyming extension has been cited in print since at least 1964: “Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat.” Another verse—“If you don’t, I don’t care/ I’ll pull down your underwear”—has been cited in print since at least 1988. Trick or treat? Trick Or Treat Poem by Bruce Larkin - Poem Hunter. Lemons, grapefruits, limes so green. Trick or Treat Halloween Song. Trick or Treat?! 14. Trick or treat? 86: Trick or Treat Halloween Song. 2 November 1995, Winnipeg (Manitoba) Free Press, “A night of unbridled greed” by Tom Oleson, pg. Give me something sweet to eat. If you don't, I won't be sad. “Treat or treat, smell my feet; gimme some’in’ good to eat.” Did you know there’s more to the Halloween ultimatum classic “Trick or Treat, Smell My Feet” than its title, followed by, “Give me something good to eat/If you don’t, I don’t care/I’ll pull down your underwear?” I did not (I also just realized the song could send you to jail, what with its message of, “Give me candy, or show your goodies”), but according to this not-at-all poorly designed website, there are alternates versions, including: Happy Happy Halloween. google_ad_type = "text_image"; Publisher: Hollywood, CA : Zombi a Go-Go/DGC, 1998. American Children’s Folklore and heard, "Trick or treat, smell my feet. Audio provided by Dorothy Emmerich. ‘Trick or treat, smell my feet, BUT instead: "Trick or Treat" Knock, knock. Trick or treat? 31 October 1971, Sunday Register-Star (Rockford, IL), “It’s time for goblins” by Cathy Cryer, pg. Trick or Treat! Even now this landscape is assembling. Cookies, chocolate, jelly beans. Trick or treat? Trick or Treat Halloween Song. Another verse—“If you don’t, I don’t care/ I’ll pull down your underwear”—has been cited in print since at least 1988. Pg. I'm a knight.My friend's a hag.Pour some goodiesIn my bag. Trick or treat? 69. Featuring sheet music and links to recordings! Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Publisher: [Pine Plains, N.Y.] : Live Oak Media, 2008, ©1998. Google Books Pour some goodies In my bag. Lollipops. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press Edition/Format: Audiobook on CD : CD audio : Fiction : Juvenile audience : Primary school Book : English Give me something sour to eat. Happy Happy Halloween. 25 October 1963, Oshkosh (WI) Daily Northwestern, “UNICEF Aids World’s Children” by Garry Cleveland Myers, pt. 11.01.12 Trick or treat, smell my feet Give me something sour to eat. We’ll put money in your underwear, “Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat”, “Politicians haven’t been tarred and feathered in a while and it shows”, “This sofa can seat 3 people without any problems. Music written by Bob and performed by Tommy Dorsey's Clambake Seven with Bob on piano. Discarded as trash in 2006. google_color_border = "336699"; “Trick or treat” is a Halloween phrase that began in the 1920s. Children in Halloween costumes ready for trick-or-treating, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, c.1940–1946 Halloween! Trick or treat, trick or treat, Give me something good to eat. ... “Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me,” shout boys. google_color_link = "0000FF"; "All Hallows" by Louise Glück. Gilbert is excited about the costume he is planning to wear in the Halloween parade at school, until he discovers that lots of others have the same costume. Give me something good to eat. Halloween gesture.] Give me something good to eat.” Smell my feet. Trick or Treat Halloween Song. google_color_text = "000000"; It is … The version I sang as a child was, "Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat, not too big, not too small, just the size of Montreal." google_color_border = "336699"; OCLC WorldCat record Pg. ***** Song: Give Me Something Good To Eat CD: Super Simple Songs - Halloween Music: Super Simple Learning //--> Trick or treat, trick or treat, Give me something good to eat. If you don’t I don’t care “Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat.” New York, NY: Putnam Smell my feet!