Pied Piper

  • (noun): A leader who entices people to follow (especially to their doom).
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Felony (band) - Discography
... "Pied Piper" Year 1983 Tracks Pied Piper (long), Pied Piper (short) Label Rock 'n' Roll Catalog # 04220 Formats 7" ...
List Of Shrek Characters - Minor Villains - The Pied Piper
... The Pied Piper, based on the Pied Piper of Hamelin, appears briefly in the first film, among the fairy tale creatures exiled in Shrek's swamp, where he rallies many rats with his enchanted flute ...
The Pied Piper (song)
... "The Pied Piper" is a pop song written by the duo of Steve Duboff and Artie Kornfeld, who first recorded the song in 1965 as The Changin' Times ... It referenced The Pied Piper of Hamelin, which gave it its name ... The song is noted for its use of the Penny Whistle, to represent the pipes of the Pied Piper ...
Scarecrow (song) - Videography
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The Flowers Of Romance (album) - Track By Track Commentary By The Band - Related Tracks
... like it, can you do me a copy and send another to Virgin tomorrow?' And that was it.” "Pied Piper" (Manor outtake) John Lydon (1999) “'Pied Piper', by ... I only got to do one song, 'Pied Piper', but I did play everything on it ...

More definitions of "Pied Piper":

  • (noun): The title character in a German folk tale and in a poem by Robert Browning.

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