Baby Elephant Walk – Henry Mancini – Piano Tutorial

A piece for the lightest elephant in the world.
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Learn how to play the Baby Elephant Walk by Henry Mancini on piano with this Synthesia piano tutorial! Please enjoy!

The Baby Elephant Walk is a song by Henry Mancini, originally composed for the film Hatari! (1962). In the film, three elephants are led by Dallas to a waterhole so they can have a bath. Despite being written for an impromptu scene to the movie, the Baby Elephant Walk remains one of Mancini’s most well-known works to date.

This piano arrangement of the Baby Elephant Walk is fantastic to play! You can learn it with our Synthesia piano tutorial, or from our official Sheet Music Boss sheet music at the top of the description!

Arranged by Andrew Wrangell
Edited by Samuel Dickenson

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Lyrics:
Make believe you’re in a jungle movie.
Watch the baby elephants go by.
The beat is groovy.
It’s a brand new dance you ought to try,
Come to the jungle and see the animal attraction,
Baby elephants in action walk.
See the big baboon beat on the bongo
As the baby elephants advance.
Down in the Congo,
All the swinging monkeys do this dance,
Come to the jungle and see the animal attraction.
Baby elephants in action walk.
If you plan on joining a safari,
Don’t get dressed for going on a cruise.
The thing to carry is an extra pair of dancing shoes.
Come to the jungle and see the animal attraction.
Baby elephants in action walk.

Songwriters: Henry Mancini
Baby Elephant Walk lyrics © O/B/O Apra Amcos

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