This morning at the local library preschool storytime, the librarian read Let's Play In the Forest, While the Wolf is Not Around, by Claudia Rueda. The story is based on a French and Columbian play song, known either as "Jugemos en el Bosque" or "Promenons-nous dans les bois." After everyone says or sings, "Let's play in the forest while the wolf is not around," they call out, "Wolf, are you there?" and the Wolf responds, "I'm putting on my underpants... undershirt... pants..." and so on. When the Wolf is finished getting dressed, he announces that he's hungry, with a humorous surprise ending.
The librarian said, "I am going to have to ask someone who knows how to read music to teach me the tune." I offered to take a copy of the song home (included with source notes at the end of the book) so that I could figure it out on guitar. Then, I decided to film it so that the librarian would have a sound file to which to refer. Here is the video, with help from Lucia, my "Gloria."
I also found this video.