1. “Monster Mash”
Yes, you’ve heard it all before. But no, it has not gotten any less catchy.
2″This Is Halloween”
Jack Skellington’s passion for this fright-filled holiday is pretty contagious.
We agree with Steve Wade-it’s not always superstitious-but we’re still a little worried about breaking mirrors and crossing Black Cat Halloween.
4. “Somebody’s Watching Me”
Some weird lyrics about being followed-with 80 s little pizza-for a creepy song.
5. “The Adams Family” Theme
A Gothic daughter, named after a weekday name, a cousin, she’s really covered with her hair-of course, we have to include one of the most horrible families ever on this list.
6. “Ding, Dong, the Witch Is Dead!”
Well, so Oz’s wizard has nothing to do with Halovan. But you have to agree that this feeling is appropriate-the song is so interesting.
7. “I Want Candy”
Bow Wow Wow’s cover of the Strangeloves’ single describes your sugar craving to a T.
8. “The Purple People Eater”
Interesting fact: the 1958 new song inspired a film starring young Neil Patrick Harris.
9. “Black Widow”
In the 21st century, Ikee Azalea and Rita Lola’s recent hits are all about venomous revenge. Buy a dollar now, amazon.com.
10. “Season of the Witch”
The sound of Donovan’s psychedelic rock hippies may not seem terrible, but the song appears in everything from Halloween iii to American horror stories.