by Heinemann .
Written in English
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They All Had a Finger in the Pie Sheet music – January 1, by Harry von Tilzer (Author), Vincent Bryan (Author), DeTakacs (Illustrator) & 0 more See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Harry von Tilzer, Vincent Bryan. have a finger in the pie or have one's finger in the pie. to have an interest in or take part in some activity. to meddle or interfere. lay a finger on (usually negative) to harm. lay one's finger on or put one's finger . Finger in the Pie are an award winning theatre company who create spectacularly fun, visually stunning, physical theatre. We delight in strong narratives, grotesque characters and heart felt emotion. Our shows have a wry, pitch-black humour. Death, decadence and debauchery are constant themes in our work. Have an interest in or meddle in something. For example, When they nominated me for the board, I'm sure Bill had a finger in the pie. Another form of this idiom is have a finger in every pie, meaning "to have an interest in or be involved in everything," as in She does a great deal for the town; she has a finger in every pie. The precise origin of this metaphor, which presumably .
The story, read aloud in a schoolroom in England, is about a Dutch boy who saves his country by putting his finger in a leaking dike. The boy stays there all night, in spite of the cold, until the adults of the village find him and make the necessary repairs. In the book, the boy and the story are called simply "The Hero of Haarlem". Although the hero of the dike-plugging tale remains Author: Mary Mapes Dodge. The Little Dutch boy who saved the day by putting his finger in a dike. The book in which he appeared, Hans Brinker; or, the Silver Skates: A Story of Life in Holland, featured several stories. The story about the Little Dutch Boy told how he saved Haarlem from flooding by putting his finger in the dike. Eating the pie represents Soto's transformation to being an innocent, holy kid to being paranoid knowledgeable (eventually as an adult). In the beginning he "knew enough to stop him from stealing" but he is enticed by the pie and after he eats it he feels guilty and knows that there is no going back on what he did, "sin was something you took and didn't give back". Each in turn then describes the nature of his sharp practice in his particular profession, followed by the general chorus "And we'll all have a finger, a finger, a finger,/ We'll all have a finger in the CHRISTMAS PIE.".
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