Where are you going alone in the woods, little red riding hood?
She looks like she tastes good, if I'm sly I can catch them both.
I'm delivering sweets to my grandmother
The wolf takes a short cut while little red riding hood is distracted
If I take a fresh bouquet to my grandmother she will be pleased.
Little red riding hood look at those beautiful flowers; why don't you go take a look?
The old woman lets him into the house after he claims to be her granddaughter
The wolf eats the grandmother, dresses in her clothes, and waits in her bed for little red riding hood.
All the better to hear you with. All the better to see you with. All the better to eat with.
Oh grandmother what big ears you have! Oh grandmother what big eyes you have! Oh grandmother what big teeth you have!
A huntsman passes by and hears the loud snoring of the wolf. He mistakes it for the grandmother snoring and comes to see if everything is okay.
So here you are, you old sinner. I have been hunting you for a long time
While the wolf was asleep, the huntsman cuts open his chest with his axe and find little red riding hood and her grandmother. He instructs little red riding hood to get him large stones. They fill the wolves stomach with the stones. When the wolf wakes up he tries to run away but dies from the weight of the rocks.