Re: Halloween Songs
Kenneth De Vilbiss (K_E_DeVilbiss@MSN.COM)
Sun, 27 Oct 1996 00:08:12 UT
I'm making up for lost time. Usually by the time I've caught up with my
reading, I have no time to reply. So since I've actually got a free 10
minutes, Here are some Halloween Songs my mother gave me a couple years ago.
No idea where they came from.
Henry the Hairy Werewolf (Tune: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer)
Henry the Hairy Werewolf had a very hairy head.
And if you ever saw it, you would turn pale and drop down dead.
All of the other werewolves used to laugh and call him Fred.
They never let poor Henry dance in the old graveyard bed.
Then one foggy Halloween, the full moon came to say;
"Henry with your hairy head, won't you dance in the graveyard bed?"
Then how the werewolves loved it as they shouted out in fright;
"Henry the Hairy Werewolf, you're a really killing sight.
There's Judy & Mary & David & Steve
Marlo & Alice & Freckles & Fleas.
But do you recall the most famous Werewolf of all?
One Little, Two Little, Three Little Witches
One little, two little, three little witches,
Fly over hay stacks, fly over ditches,
Slide down the moon without any hitches.
Hi Ho Halloween's here.
Take Me Out to the Graveyard (Tune: Take me Out to the Ball Game)
Take me out to the graveyard
Take me out to the grave.
Buy me some blood and iodine.
I don't care if I meet Frankenstein.
So it's hip, hip, hip for the wolfman.
If he bites it's a pain.
So it's one, two, three bites you're dead
And your ghost remains!
Toofy Werewolf (Tune: Yankee Doodle)
Toofy Werewolf came to town a creeping in the night.
He stuck a bat in his hat and gave himself a fright.
Toofy Werewolf bite your neck, Toofy Werewolf creeping.
Mind your vampires and your bats and keep people from sleeping.
Ellen De Vilbiss K_E_DeVilbiss@msn.com
DL, TC Pack 80, Advancement Troop 63, CSRT Commish, Arapahoe District,
Long's Peak Council
Moderation in all things, including moderation.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City