The Top Five Classic Halloween Songs You've Been Waiting For All Year
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You knew it was coming, fellow Halloween fans...the best Halloween songs of all time edition of Playlistin'! Tried, tested, and true, these songs hold up the test of time when it comes to being played on repeat come every October 31st. We know that it's not technically Hallow's Eve yet, but since it's the weekend before the big day, we bet that lots of parties are going down this weekend that need to have these classic spooky tunes. So, throw on your costume, ingest a few candy bars, turn the lights down and rock out to these top five Halloween songs you've been waiting for all year:
5. Warren Zevon — Werewolves of London
"Little old lady got mutilated late last night / Werewolves of London again / Aaahoo! Werewolves of London"
4. Somebody's Watching Me — Rockwell
"All I want is to be left alone in my average home / But why do I always feel like I'm in the twilight zone and I always feel like somebody's watching me / And I have no privacy"
3. Ray Parker, Jr. — Ghostbusters
"If there's somethin' strange in your neighborhood / Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters! / If it's somethin' weird an' it don't look good / Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters!"
2. Bobby "Boris" Pickett — Monster Mash
"I was working in the lab, late one night / When my eyes beheld an eerie sight / For my monster from his slab, began to rise / And suddenly to my surprise he did the mash, he did the monster mash"
1. Michael Jackson — Thriller
"It's close to midnight / Something evil's lurkin' in the dark / Under the moonlight / You see a sight that almost stops your heart"
Have a happy and safe Halloween, everybody!
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