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Walt Disney Presents Burl Ives' Animal Folk (Disneyland ST 3920, 1963) is one of several albums for children by the folk singer Burl Ives.

There is a full-color booklet inserted between the gatefold covers of this album. The booklet is lavishly illustrated with selected song lyrics and cartoon representations of Ives interacting with the animals in the songs. The illustrator is not identified.

Although intended for children, the album is notable for its many references to the death, loss of or danger to the characters in the songs (see below for a breakdown).

Ten of the songs from Animal Folk were released as A Day at the Zoo with Burl Ives (Disneyland 1347) in 1972.

Wayfarer Music, the copyright holder of many of the songs in 1963, was a company started by Ives. It is now administrated by his widow.

Track listing

Side 1

Track Song Title Writer/Composer Publisher in 1963
1. The Whale Traditional Southern Music
2. Jim Johnson's Mule Traditional Wayfarer Music
3. The Owl and the Pussycat Edward Lear Wayfarer Music
4. The Black and White Pigeon Billy Hayes, Milton Leeds, Jack Smiles Walt Disney Music
5. The Robin and the Chicken probably Grace F. Coolidge Wayfarer Music
6. Johnny Doolan's Cat Rhodes & Conley Wayfarer Music
7. My Fine White Pony Unknown Wayfarer Music

Side 2

Track Song Title Writer/Composer Publisher in 1963
1. Oriole Wiliam L. Love Lock Wayfarer Music
2. Mr. Rabbit Traditional Southern
3. Where's Joe Unknown Wayfarer Music
4. The Wonderful Crocodile Traditional/Burl Ives Southern Music
5. The Little Turtle Vachel Lindsay/Albert Hague Chappell and Company
6. The Robin Traditional/Burl Ives Wayfarer Music
7. The Horse of Demerara Traditional Unknown
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