Halloween

Album: Legacy Of Brutality (1985)
  • Bonfires burning bright
    Pumpkin faces in the night
    I remember Halloween

    Dead cats hanging from poles
    Little dead are out in droves
    I remember Halloween

    Brown leafed vertigo
    Where skeletal life is known
    I remember Halloween

    This day anything goes
    Burning bodies hanging from poles
    I remember Halloween

    Halloween, Halloween, Halloween, Halloween
    Candy apples and razor blades
    Little dead are soon in graves
    I remember Halloween

    This day anything goes
    Burning bodies hanging from poles
    I remember

    Halloween, Halloween, Halloween, Halloween
    Halloween, Halloween, Halloween, Halloween Writer/s: GLENN DANZIG
    Publisher: REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 7

  • Johnn from Tijuana, MexicoAFI suck's,misfits rule the underworld!!!
  • Tyler from Soldier City - Stc, Flwhy would you have to put a fact that afi covered this, that band blows and doesn't need to be menioned in regards to the misfits, regardless if they butcher their song or not.
  • Billy from Perris, CaAnother cool song by a guy who collects Satanic artifacts
  • Jeremy from Ventura, Cawow. never would have guessed what Halloween meant...

    I like Halloween II (the reprise)

    its cool..
  • Alex from Mansfield, Ohthanks for the halloween definition billy
  • Jeff from Austin, TxEXTREMELY fascinating song facts!!
  • J.e. from Anchorage, AkBig surprise (lol) that Glenn (Danzig) would write a song like this. Still kinda cool in a creepy way though.
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