Knottle to Knock is a song sung by Allan-a-Dale (Elton Hayes), Little John, and the Merrie Men from the film, The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men.

Lyrics

Little John:
A sweet, rhyming minstrel, fain would I be
I'd sing like a nightingale

Allan-a-Dale:
A sweet, rhyming minstrel, fain would I be
I'd sing like a nightingale, tall in the trees
I'd sing of good Robin Hood, wounded and sick
I'd sing of our king, may he hurry back quick
I'd sing of Prince John, made only to mock
If he comes here, we'll split him from knottle to knock

Allan-a-Dale and the Merrie Men:
Knottle to knock
Knottle to knock
We'll split Prince John from knottle to knock
Knottle to knock and knottle to knock
We'll split Prince John from knottle to knock
Knottle to knock and knottle to knock
We'll split Prince John from knottle to knock
Knottle to knock and knottle to knock

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Media
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie MenVideoBookSoundtrackThe Riddle of Robin Hood
Characters
Robin HoodLittle JohnFriar TuckWill ScarletScathelockWill StutelyMerrie MenAllan-a-DaleMaid MarianMidge the MillerHugh FitzoothEarl of HuntingdonTybArchbishop of CanterburyQueen EleanorKing RichardPrince JohnSheriff of NottinghamRed GillPrince John's Guards
Locations
EnglandNottinghamNottingham CastleNottingham SquareSherwood ForestAlford AbbeyHuntingdon ManorTower of London
Songs
Riddle De Diddle De DayBewareCome Sing Low, Come Sing HighRobin Hood Whistle My LoveAllan-a-Dale's SongKnottle to Knock
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