once a year on a spooky night
it's hallowe'en and what a fright
young boys and ghouls in ghoulish disguise
they cover their skin, conceal their eyes
a grave mistake to be out when the ghosts are about
our time to be afraid!
in the rest of the world they don't observe
this bash which has become our gravest concern
latvia, laos, chad, peru
we need their help or else we're through
they don't know the fear we endure once a year
all hallow's eve, we are afraid
it's october 31st, could it get any worse?
children on streets, begging for treats
drowning in a bucket of apple's bobbing
parents are hiding, our babies are sobbing
the undead have returned,
they're freaking us out
dragging us down, so we shout:
help us help us save our souls!
we're dying of fear and they don't even know it
they think we've got it all
when what we need is a team
to help us forget, forget hallowe'en
fools! you think you can stop hallowe'en?
the world can't hear your useless pleaŠ
it's too late! Our orange and black plague will soon consume them all! then everyone will understand the true meaning of hallowe'en: pure terror!
we're all fed up, we've had enough, enough enough
trick! caramel apples that will make you sick!
treat! and all those sweets will rot your teeth!
ouija board ouija board! spell this! we don't want you here no more
the writing's on the tombstone beneath the willow tree
no more razorblades in our kid's candy
dead dogs and broomsticks, pumpkins in flames
we're ending this night!
ending the shame!
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