Disney Fans Shocked To Discover Seven Dwarfs Don't Sing 'It's Off To Work We Go'

Disney fans are claiming the seven dwarfs never actually sing "it's off to work we go" in the iconic song from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

The 1937 animated classic tells the story of the eponymous character, who meets Grumpy, Sneezy, Sleepy, Doc, Dopey, Happy and Bashful.

The miners frequently burst into song, belting out one of the film's most famous tracks "Heigh-Ho."

But one viewer has claimed the seven actually sing "it's home from work we go," rather than the commonly sung lyric of "it's off to work we go."

A Disney fan called Rachael shared a clip to TikTok earlier this week, saying: "How old were you when you realised they are not singing 'it's off to work we go?' But actually singing 'it's home from work we go!'"

Thousands of people have commented on the clip as a fierce debate raged, with some people claiming they can hear both versions simultaneously.

TikToker Son of Asgard said: "Actually knew this a while back. Was in the musical Snow White and I was Grumpy so yeah I learned it then."

Taylormade Equine claimed: "I'm so confused right now, I hear both."

Tom commented: "I hear both, depending on which one I'm reading / thinking of. Weird eh."

Agreeing, The 3 Rs Horse Rescue Centre added: "So I heard off to work the first time then home from work the 2nd."

Some attributed the mishearing of lyrics to the so-called "Mandela Effect," a false memory shared by a group of people, usually regarding pop culture.

Kerry Lousie Gains thought: "Mandela effect again! I'm 36 and not ever noticed this."

Agreeing, Robert Hall wrote: "The Mandela effect at work here! I distinctly remember it's off to work we go."

Others have claimed the dwarfs sing both versions throughout the film, one when they leave for work, and the other when they return home.

"There are two songs, the song they sing going to work and the song they sing coming home," Giselle Godden reckoned.

Despite that, multiple websites carrying the lyrics to "Heigh-Ho" all agree with Rachael, and list the words as "it's home from work we go."

A few others also looked up the lyrics, with Cazz writing: "I just Googled she's right."

Caitlin Todd added: "Wow it's actually home they say it each time, look up the lyrics, childhood ruined."

While Dominic Dunkley also claimed: "My childhood is ruined."

Claire wrote "OMG!! My whole 31 yrs have been a lie."

And Jedi PolarBear exclaimed: "I stand absolutely corrected! I never knew that!! Good grief."

The song "Heigh-Ho" was written by Frank Churchill and Larry Morey for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Stock image of Seven Dwarfs toy figures
Stock image of Seven Dwarfs toy figures. The character appeared in Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Disney fans are claiming the dwarfs never actually sing 'it's off to work we go'. nicescene/Getty iStock