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Halloween Dance

T’was the eve of all hallows,and all through the house,
Many creatures were moving,from ghosties to mouse,
The moon shadow danced with the druid and then,
Lifted the coffin lid and let in a friend.
T’were the monster that lived in the cupboard,
The one at the end of the hall,
Through his neck was a bolt,
Round his ankle a chain and a ball.
He brought his girlfriend,the werewolf,
And she carried her favourite bag,
Made from the hollowed out head of a demon,
All covered in cobwebs and rags.
The company sang and made merry,
For it was their very last chance,
Tonight was Halloween
And this was The Monsters Dance.
Dracula did the fangdango,
Above the floor he did sway,
While The Mummy tried to foxtrot,
But the bandages got in the way.
The band was a troupe of zombies,
The leader a singer named Dread,
But every song was instrumental,
Because he’d forgotten to bring his head.
So they danced to the morbid melodies,
While the stars made a cover of gold,
And the fires burnt like the candles,
While the mist kept them all cold.
Until the light of the morning came creeping,
So to their crypts they did run,
To sleep the sleep of the undead,
And to hide away from the sun.
But remember all those who tempt evil,
For every year there are more,
Who dance in the light of the moon,
And turn cartwheels across the floor,
These are the fools and scoundrels,
Who care not for manners or such,
And this is the place they all remain,
When they kick all consideration to touch,
For the dead who cannot lie sleeping,
And the moraless troublesome ones,
Who thought they could pay no attention
Who preferred to play in the sun,
So if you ignore your parents,
And treat all around you so mean,
Take your dancing shoes to the grave with you,
And welcome each Halloween!

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