53 Best Halloween Songs for Kids: It’s a Spooky Good Time

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Every year, kids everywhere don their Halloween costumes and get ready for the greatest night of the year as they trick-or-treat up and down their neighborhoods for some sweet treats to take home with them. 

Well, with any great time, you need some great music to be the soundtrack of it all, and thankfully, there are plenty of Halloween songs out there to choose from. 

Here are the 53 best Halloween songs for kids to make the perfect October 31st playlist. 

1. “Monster Mash” – Bobby “Boris” Pickett

Want to get the kids up dancing? Then you can’t go wrong with this Halloween classic. Released by Bobby “Boris” Pickett in 1962, this is one of those Halloween songs for kids that has stood the test of time. 

Everywhere, you’ll find adults who get nostalgic over the mad scientist narration, who talks about how his monster started a new version of the famous Mashed Potato dance routine. It’s the perfect time to introduce the fun to the next generation. 

2. “The Addams Family Theme” – Vic Mizzy

Buh-da-da (Snap, Snap), Buh-da-da (Snap, Snap), Buh-da-da, Buh-da-da, Buh-da-da (Snap, Snap). 

There aren’t many you’ll find that don’t recognize that classic opening lick to perhaps one of the most memorable television theme songs of all time. It’s an easy choice as you search for the best Halloween songs for kids to enjoy throughout October.

The Addams Family theme song, written for the 1964 series of the same name, was written and arranged by Vic Mizzy, a longtime Hollywood composer in both television and film. 

While he’s been known for several memorable titles, this one has to be our favorite and one we can’t get through Halloween without listening to at least once or twice. 

3. “The Purple People Eater” – Sheb Wooley

Take your kids back to the 1950s with this number-one chart-topping novelty song. They’ll love the mythical story about a strange creature that “wants to be in a rock ‘n roll band” that Sheb Wooley flawlessly delivers in a fun and memorable way. 

“The Purple People Eater” is sure to get your kids laughing as they sing along with the background vocalists and try to imagine just what a Purple People Eater might look like. 

Other artists over the years have continued to recognize its appeal as one of the best Halloween songs for kids, being covered by such acts as Jackie Dennis and Judy Garland. 

Related: How Did Judy Garland Die?

4. “This Is Halloween” – The Nightmare Before Christmas

Here’s a more recent but, nonetheless, one of the most popular Halloween songs on our list.

When Tim Burton released The Nightmare Before Christmas in 1993, perhaps more popular than the movie itself was the cast’s performance of “This is Halloween” as the residents of Halloween Town introduced the setting of the animated classic. 

Nearly 30 years later, the catchy tune still remains a smash hit, being featured on the video game Just Dance 3 and Kingdom Hearts, as well as Halloween Screams at Disneyland. 

The song’s writer, Danny Elfman, commented on the longevity of the song in 2021.

“When [the film] came out, I did a two-day press junket, and virtually every interview started with, ‘Too scary for kids, right?’” he recalled. “So to come back years later and to see families out there, and to be getting recordings of people’s kids who are 4 years old singing ‘What’s This’ or ‘This is Halloween’ make me really feel blessed. It’s like a second life and proving them wrong.” 

5. “Ghostbusters” – Ray Parker Jr.

Have you got an invisible man in your bed, or perhaps something weird in your neighborhood? Don’t worry. Just pick up the phone and call Ghostbusters.

This entry on our best Halloween songs for kids list proves that sometimes the top Halloween songs come from some of the most popular movies. 

“Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker Jr., written for the 1984 film of the same name, has to have one of our favorite openings every to be created as the slow yet creepy first few seconds morph into that upbeat, memorable melody line that has everyone shouting “Ghostbusters” as the song begins. 

The song became a number-one hit within just a few months of its release and has continued to appear on many major international charts over the years, and we can definitely see why, as the kids today are just as enthralled by it as we were. 

6. “Five Little Pumpkins” – the Kiboomers

So far, we’ve been talking about full-blown commercial songs when it comes to finding Halloween songs for kids, but there are also some popular Halloween songs that are perfect for the littlest of future trick-or-treaters.

“Five Little Pumpkins” is a great choice to help teach children how to count and about the various moods we can experience as humans, all the while using a great Halloween tie-in to make it fun for the time of year. Plus, let’s face it, the accompanying video is just adorable.

7. “Thriller” – Michael Jackson

This one may be one you have to make your own judgment on, but considering it’s not just one of the most popular Halloween songs but also one of the most popular by Michael Jackson, we had to include it. You may just want to consider it for the older kids, especially if you also plan to show them the classic video that goes along with it. 

The King of Pop is in his element for this 1983 hit as he taps into his theatrical side, dancing in his signature red jacket with a horde of the undead as he begins to dance the classic zombie dance. It’s one of the few music videos out there that is sure to get hearts pumping and in the frightening feel of Halloween that we can’t help but want to embrace. 

Related: Michael Jackson’s Net Worth

8. “Halloween Sharks” – Pinkfong

Parents, consider this your warning and be prepared if you decide to add “Halloween Sharks” to your best Halloween songs for kids playlist this year. 

While it’s super easy and fun for even the youngest of audiences, considering it’s a Halloween version of the earworm of a song that is “Baby Shark,” be prepared to find yourself getting annoyed quickly. 

With just a few plays on words such as “boo” instead of “doo” and “mummy shark” instead of “mommy shark,” and the addition of a few costume-themed sharks, it is definitely a cute way to revamp the song for this themed time of the year.

Still, it’s bound to leave you unintentionally playing it repeatedly in your head as you try to sleep. 

9. “Monster Boogie” – Laurie Berkner

Here’s another one that is fun for the little ones to enjoy. 

“Monster Boogie” by Laurie Berkner is another of those top Halloween songs for kids that will get them up, having fun, and moving as they “boogie” and “wiggle” all around the room. 

To make it even more fun to listen to, do an arts and crafts project first and help your kiddos create their own monster masks to wear. It only takes five items to make – pipe cleaners, tape or glue, foam sheets, scissors, and yarn. 

10. “Haunted House” – Little Blue Globe Band

Little Blue Globe Band’s “Haunted House” has a fun interactive element to it, great for singing with students in class during a Halloween party or in the car ride as you’re trick-or-treating around the neighborhood. 

From skeletons to monsters, ghosts, and more, there are a plethora of things to “see” in the haunted house. Little Blue Globe Band keeps this song super lighthearted, ensuring that it will all be in good fun when you sing it with your kids without inspiring nightmares later. 

11. “Spooky Scary Skeletons” – Andrew Gold

Andrew Gold gave us another classic Halloween song that has been passed on through the generations every year with his 1996 song “Spooky, Scary Skeletons.” 

Gold, who recorded it for his album Halloween Howls: Fun & Scary Music, noted in the liner notes that he created the song to “fill a void of availability of fun and scary Halloween original songs.” 

With this one, he hit the nail on the head, as it remains one of the most popular Halloween songs. It has continued to get a resurgence online, eventually being named “the Internet’s Halloween anthem” by Brian Feldman of Intelligencer in 2019. 

12. “Five Little Pumpkins Sitting on a Gate” – Nursery Rhyme

Here’s another great one for those Halloween songs for kids that also help to teach them something. 

Like “Five Little Pumpkins,” “Five Little Pumpkins Sitting on a Gate” (yes, they’re different songs) helps kids learn about counting. This one has an added element, though, as its clever lyrics also clearly point toward teaching kids how to rhyme. 

It’s a fun one that the kids are bound to enjoy singing over and over again. 

13. “Down By the Spooky Bay” – Nursery Rhyme

There are any Halloween-themed plays on some of our favorite nursery rhymes, and “Down by the Spooky Bay” is yet another one as it mimics the classic “Down by the Bay” by Raffi. 

Instead of asking, however, such crazy questions as “Did you ever see a goose kissing a moose down by the bay?” you get equally crazy Halloween-themed questions like “Did you ever see a vampire making a campfire down by the bay?” 

It’s one that you’ll laugh at as you sing and is bound to help you make spooky and fun memories with your kids. 

14. “Grim Grinning Ghosts” – The Haunted Mansion

If you’re all about Disney, “Grim Grinning Ghosts” may be right up your alley as it was written as the theme song for the Halloween-inspired Disneyland theme park, The Haunted Mansion.

With a melody line by Buddy Baker and lyrics by Xavier “X” Atencio, crazy chord progressions, and rapid singing, you’ll be sure to feel eerie as you make your way through the park. You’ll be wondering if you really want the “Grim Grinning Ghosts” to come out and socialize after all. 

15. “Hello, It’s Halloween” – Nursery Rhyme

Here’s another fun nursery rhyme to add to your list of the best Halloween songs for kids. 

“Hello, it’s Halloween” is a perfect song for introducing your little ones to the fun holiday. From spooks and ghosts and mummies and Frankenstein, it’s a song that they’ll love to sing along to.

Maybe prepare them ahead of time for the end when the kid walks into his room to find all these creepy things staring back at him, or they might want to scream, too. 

16. “Witch Doctor” – David Seville

Sometimes, the dumbest songs in the world are also the most fun. “Witch Doctor” by Ross Bagdasarian, aka David Seville, is just one example of how true that can be. 

Inspired by the book Duel with the Witch Doctor, the kids are bound to love singing along to the gibberish lines of the witch doctor as they respond to their patient’s desire for advice upon falling in love with a girl. 

Let’s face it, who didn’t love singing, “Oo-ee, oo-ah-ah, ting-tang, walla-walla bing-bang” along with Seville? It’s been immortalized as one of the hit songs of the 50s as it reminds us that sometimes things don’t have to make much sense. Just as long as they’re fun. 

17. “I’m a Crazy Witch” – Howdytoons

What will you give the crazy witch to put in her stew? Cobwebs? Boogers, maybe? 

“I’m a Crazy Witch” by Howdytoons is a fun memory song as kids can laugh along with the crazy additions to the witch’s stew and see if they can remember all the weird ingredients offered by the mummy, the monster, the ghost, and more.

Talk about an enjoyable option when choosing your playlist for the best Halloween songs for kids.

18. “Knock Knock, Trick or Treat?” – Caitie’s Classroom

If there’s anything Halloween is all about for kids, it’s finding the perfect costume and trick-or-treating for all the best candy.

“Knock, Knock, Trick or Treat” is the perfect combination of both, as Caitie’s classroom takes children through the trick-or-treating journey as she takes on some of the most popular costumes for kids.

This song could be a whole new way of making the trick-or-treating experience for kids and adults. It’s certainly much more pleasant to hear instead of “Trick-or-treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat.”

19. “Five Little Monsters Jumping on the Bed” – Super Simple Songs

Have you ever played “Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed” with your kids? 

Well, mix it up this October with a special Halloween version with an eery twist with so many different kinds of monsters to grab their attention, and have fun watching the special video of the song. You may want to put some pillows down, though, so mommy doesn’t have to call the doctor after. 

20. “Somebody’s Watching Me” – KIDZ Bop

Who didn’t love KIDZ BOP when they were younger?

“Somebody’s Watching Me” is easily one of the top Halloween songs for kids out there with this cover of a Rockwell classic. That’s because, with KIDZ Bop, it’s sung for kids by kids, which brings it to the ultimate level of cool for those upper elementary/early middle school kids in the car. 

Plus, this one gives a fun, creepy twist as the song’s key point asks whether someone is watching them that everyone can relate to at some point in their life. 

21. “The Cat Came Back” – Fred Penner

Originally performed by Harry S. Miller, Fred Penner’s “The Cat Came Back” is the perfect fun song for the kids this Halloween. 

The silly tale about a man, “ole Mister Johnson,” and his “ole yeller cat” that he wanted to get rid of is a hilariously good time as you listen to the bizarre ways that the cat continues to come back even when his means of letting it go seem foolproof. 

The song may not scream Halloween entirely, but it certainly has that feeling as it seems the cat has some sort of undead, zombie-like quality as it returns to old Mister Johnson. 

22. “Under My Bed” – Recess Monkey

It’s the perfect song to capture that old cliché that, as kids, we’re afraid that there might be a monster under the bed. 

While “Under My Bed” has the potential to cause more nightmares for the kids, Recess Monkey has a great way of keeping the song lighthearted and fun with the light and bright chords. Plus, they seem to subtly remind kids that we’re always safe in our beds, and if you’re still scared, you can always send your robot toy down to check things out for you. 

23. “What Am I Gonna Be (For Halloween)?” – The Laurie Berkner Band

It’s the question kids everywhere start asking as Halloween gets closer. 

Laurie Berkner’s “What Am I Gonna Be (For Halloween)” is a super fun way to help your kids figure it out. They may get inspired. Like the kids in the video, they might be inspired to be a lion, a witch, or perhaps a pirate. 

24. “The Human Bash” – Billy Kelly

Billy Kelly knows how to put the scary ghost voice on as he plays on one of the most popular Halloween songs of all time, “The Monster Mash.”

In “The Human Bash,” however, a monster of a neighbor is complaining that his neighbors are having a party and being too loud. Talk about a real-life monster that plenty of adults will recognize. In the accompanying music video, he even called the cops.

25. “Party Monsters” – Suzi Shelton and FYÜTCH

Have you ever heard the term “party monster?” Well, you can have some true-blue party monsters at Halloween time in your house.

OK, maybe not, but you can queue up Suzi Shelton and Fyütch’s “Party Monsters” and “Beep Beep Bop” and “Party All Night.” 

This will surely be one of those Halloween songs for kids they’ll be requesting to hear every year. 

26. “Ghost in the Closet” – Wendy & DB

Wendy and DB don’t waste time getting right to the point in “Ghost in the Closet.” We must admit, it’s part of why we think it’s another of the top Halloween songs for kids out there.

This duo knows how to get kids interested in the fun song while bringing in a new, almost jazz sound to the piece that they won’t soon forget. Even with it, it’s easy for them to pick up and undoubtedly have a grand ole time singing along to.

27. “Confusing Costume” – Joanie Leeds

Of course, costumes are a huge part of Halloween, and Joanie Leeds has a whole new way of looking at them. 

“Confusing Costume” is a funny Halloween song that helps address those times when you have absolutely no idea what someone is supposed to be. (Hint: Sheldon trying to be the Doppler Effect while he looks like a zebra). 

Leeds also brings in science-themed costumes, noting such confusing costumes as Albert Einstein and Andy Warhol. 

28. “Superstition” – Stevie Wonder

Introduce your kids to Stevie Wonder this Halloween and play them one of his most famous songs ever. “Superstition” is the perfect choice for the spooky time of year, considering all the different superstitions he lists throughout the songs. 

Isn’t that what Halloween is all about? Being a little extra afraid and paranoid about what’s happening around you. This is one that’s bound to be fun for the entire family to listen to as you drive around the neighborhood with all the ghosts and goblins running amuck. 

Related: 17 Interesting Facts About Stevie Wonder

29. “I Put a Spell on You” – Bette Midler

Hocus Pocus has become a cult classic that millions view yearly around Halloween. It includes Bette Midler’s “I Put a Spell on You.” 

While Screamin’ Jay Hawkins originally intended the song to be a blues love ballad, we’re glad that a recording session turned crazy and drunk brought about the version we all know and love because then we never would’ve gotten this epic cover. 

The “I Put a Spell on You” scene is one of the most classic in the 1993 Disney film, and we think it’s time to pass it on to the next generation this year.

30. “Double, Double Toil and Trouble” – John Williams

Perhaps it’s time to introduce the kids to Harry Potter this year. Once you get to the third movie, you can give them a taste of this John Williams classic.

“Double, Double Toil and Trouble” definitely has a different sound from any other Halloween songs for kids on our list, but it has to be one of the most popular Halloween songs out there. Considering it was written by classical composer John Williams, it is one that you’ll hear choirs everywhere singing during Halloween shows, and there’s clearly a reason why it’s always chosen. Professor Flitwick certainly would agree.

31. “Hedwig’s Theme” – Harry Potter Franchise

Speaking of Harry Potter, “Hedwig’s Theme” may not have any words to it, but the once again masterful composition done by John Williams immediately gives all the feels of Halloween when you listen to it. 

After all, Harry Potter, especially the first two film installments, is meant for young audiences to sit back and enjoy. 

As you listen to the beautiful piece that introduces you immediately to the world of Hogwarts, you can feel the magical element, and it’s perfect for Halloween. 

Related: How Did Alan Rickman Die?

32. “This is the Night” – The Weird Sisters

We promise. This is the last Harry Potter-themed song, but come on, what did you expect? It’s a franchise about magic and real-life witches and wizards. 

One of the series’ fun, often unknown elements is the band The Weird Sisters. Though we get a taste of them in Goblet of Fire, only the true rock-hard Potterheads know who they are. Well, don’t miss out anymore. Que up “This is the Night,” and you’ll become just as obsessed as we are, and so will your kids. 

33. “Time Warp” – The Rocky Horror Picture Show

While we’re not recommending that you let your kids watch The Rocky Horror Picture Show in its entirety, “Time Warp” is an amusing song for them to get exposed to. 

With the classic dance instruction element to the song, like such other popular songs as the “Casper Cha Cha Slide” or the “Cupid Shuffle,” this one definitely brings in the creepy factor of Halloween with the crazy voices, and, if you do let them watch the scene, iffy visuals of it all. They’ll have a blast dancing to it, just like we all used to. 

34. “Ghost in My House” – Jumpin’ Jamie

We all know the old sayings, “The dog ate my homework” or “Mom, it wasn’t me.” Well, this Halloween, just for one night, let the kids blame it on the “Ghost in My House” by Jumpin’ Jamie. 

This simple guy with a guitar knows how to bring his personality to the fun song, and we’re sure it’s one that you’ll have just as much fun listening to and laughing at as the kids will. 

35. “Costume Party” – The Pop Ups

With their own crazy costumes at times throughout the music video, the kids are bound to love “Costume Party” by The Pop Ups. They’ve got that fun boy band feel to their sound, too, which we can’t help but get a little nostalgic over as we listen to it. 

It’ll be the perfect theme as you prepare for your own costume party this year. 

36. “Bumps in the Night” – KB Whirly

“Scooby Doo, where are you?” 

That’s what you’ll be asking when you listen to KB Whirley’s fun “Bumps in the Night” Halloween song that throws it back to the Scooby Doo gang and their many mysteries. This perfectly spooky tune gives us all the frights to listen to. 

Thankfully, like for Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy, and Scooby, all the monsters we’ll see on Halloween night are just regular people in masks, too. 

37. “We Only Come Out at Night” – Smashing Pumpkins

Get your kids in the vampire feels this Halloween, and no, we don’t mean by putting on the Twilight franchise. 

We’re talking about “We Only Come Out at Night” by Smashing Pumpkins. This famed alternative rock band is famous for creating these delightfully creepy tunes, but this one is perfect for October 31 if you want to make a little ambiance as the day turns to night just in time for trick-or-treating. 

38. “The Munsters Theme Song” 

We’ve got the Addams Family theme, the Harry Potter theme, and now the Munsters Theme. Let’s face it: these magical and spooky shows were the mother of the most popular Halloween songs.

As each of the actors, one by one, are introduced to the audience in their unique and odd attire, the lyricalness of the wordless melody perfectly matches to where you know you’re in for a creepy good time.  

39. “Robot Parade” – They Might Be Giants

When you first think of Halloween, it’s easy to go straight to witches, ghosts, mummies, and zombies. “Robot Parade” by They Might Be Giants could also get you in the mood, considering it paints the picture of a Halloween parade with its sweet melody.

Maybe just try to keep your children from understanding that it’s about a robot uprising.

40. “Moonlit Town” – Dan Zanes

If you’re worried about your kids being upset on November 1 because Halloween is over, perhaps you should have this one ready in the morning. 

In “Moonlit Town,” Dan Zanes, a children’s music legend, helps kids remember the joys and memories of Halloween night that they can keep with them until it all happens again next year. The country sound of it all makes the sentiment even better. 

41. “Little Ghost” – The White Stripes

The White Stripes may be out of the kid’s wheelhouse, but considering just how upbeat “Little Ghost” is, it won’t even matter because it’s bound to get them up dancing and having fun. 

For them, all they’ll notice is the word ‘ghost’ while the adults can focus on the theme of the woes of a ghostly romance. 

Related: Jack White’s Net Worth

42. “Halloween Night” – Like Father, Like Son

From the very first note, it’s clear we’re about to hear a great Halloween song, and it’s even better knowing it’s perfect for the kids, too. 

“Halloween Night” by Like Father, Like Son flawlessly brings in all the Halloween classic themes of goodies, pumpkins, ghosts, and even some of the most popular costumes like Spiderman and Supergirl. All the while, it’s done in a fun, upbeat way that the kids will be swaying to, and perhaps so will you. 

43. “She Writes Frankenstein” – Mr. Singer and the Sharp Cookies

Here’s a Halloween element we haven’t gotten in yet, but alas, it’s a great version to add to the list of the best Halloween songs for kids and help them learn a little history, too. 

“She Writes Frankenstein” by Mr. Singer and the Sharp Cookies is a delightfully corny way of teaching kids about Mary Shelley’s classic novel that we adults pull out every year to give ourselves a little fright, too. 

44. “Ain’t No Party Like Halloween” – Secret Agent 23 Skidoo

Bring a little bit of hip-hop flavor to your playlist of the best Halloween songs by “Ain’t No Party Like Halloween” by Secret Agent 23 Skidoo. 

This party jam brings in a classic simultaneously as it borrows from the Halloween piano piece “In the Hall of the Mountain King” to supplement the sound. If it’s a hit with your kids, you can also delve into the group’s other Halloween-themed songs like “Scream” and “Monsters.” 

45. “Halloween is Finally Here” – Bears and Lions

“Halloween is Finally Here” by Bears and Lions will get the scariness of Halloween implemented right away in a super fun way. 

From the witch-like cackle to the crawling spiders, waking mummies, and floating ghosts, they don’t leave any stone unturned, as this song becomes the perfect way of expressing the anticipation of finally making it to Halloween night. 

46. “Season of the Witch” – Donovan

Here’s another one on our list that may be more for the adults as far as the true sentiments of the song, but the interesting sound and the play on the season’s themes will surely capture the kids just as much. 

Donovan’s “Season of the Witch” will help complete any Halloween playlist, whether it’s for kids or not. 

47. “It’s Halloween” – Lucy Kalantari

Sometimes, with kids, there’s nothing like getting straight to the point, and that’s what Lucy Kalantari does with “It’s Halloween.” 

As she starts things off close, giving a performance that milks that eerily perfect sound, her performance on the ukelele quickly makes things pop as she sings of the fun of waiting for Halloween to come. 

48. “Magic Dance” – David Bowie

Here’s another of the top Halloween songs out there that it just might be time to introduce your kids to, and you can introduce them to a musical legend at the same time. 

David Bowie’s “Magic Dance,” recorded for the 1986 film Labyrinthis one of the most fun ones explicitly made for the movie. As he takes on the character of the goblin king trying to stop a baby from crying, the song’s sound is delightful as the dance number is emphasized by emphatic drums and an electric bass that will surely get the kids up and dancing along with it. 

Related: 15 Crazy David Bowie Facts

49. “Little Shop of Horrors” – From Little Shop of Horrors 

We have one more theme song for you to add to your best Halloween songs for kids list.

“Little Shop of Horrors” is the perfect opening to the play, turned film, of the same name as viewers prepare to view the horror comedy rock musical.

This fun theme is a great way to prepare your kids for the hilarious musical about a gigantic Venus flytrap named Audrey II and its owner, Seymour. You might want to prepare them for the dark points of the show before you sit down to watch it, such as the sucking of human blood and the eating of the dead body — just a suggestion.

50. “Skeletone” – Caspar Babypants

The classic sound of the xylophone is definitely enough to bring out the perfect sound for Halloween. Still, Caspar Babypants, aka Chris Ballew of the Presidents of the United States of America, brings it one step further. How wonderfully Halloweenesque it is to play on the sound of the instrument as if it’s playing the bones of a skeleton. 

51. “Dinner with Drac” – John Zacherle

Here’s another classic Halloween character for you: Blood-sucking Dracula, anybody?

“Dinner with Drac” by John Zacherle is a fun twist on the scary tale that actually becomes more funny than spooky, and your kids will surely be laughing at the entire thing. After all, he’s singing about his run-ins with Dracula and other monsters in the style of limericks that everyone will love. 

Plus, the rock and roll sound of the 1950s makes it all the more delightful. 

52. “Trick or Treat” – Justin Roberts

Parents, you might want to listen to this one on your own before you play it for your kids. It’ll prepare you for the anxiousness they’re sure to have as Halloween night gets closer. 

Justin Roberts opens “Trick or Treat” with the usual quirks of a child begging mom to ‘hurry up,’ because ‘it’s time to go out and trick or treat.’ As the song goes on, that’s when your kids are sure to get a laugh as he sings of his little brother getting sick from overeating candy or making fun of how he can’t see out of his mask. 

It perfectly describes how the night will most likely go, so be prepared. 

53. “Werewolves Rock” – Gustafer Yellowgold

It’s too early for your kids to see “The Wolfman,” but perhaps with this fun song, you can prepare them for watching it at a Halloween down the road. 

With Gustafer Yellowgold singing “Werewolves Rock,” the little ones won’t have time to be scared, nor will they even think to be. As he says, they rock, as do vampires and dragons. It’s a song sure to bring out all the fun without any of the fright as Halloween comes to a close, just like our list of the best Halloween songs for kids. 

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Written by Katie Peterson

Katie Peterson received her bachelor's degree in English from the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth in 2015. She has worked in journalism since 2015, beginning as production assistant and eventual head staff writer of the Fort Leavenworth Lamp newspaper in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Currently, she is a multimedia journalist with the Diocese of Nashville's Office of Media and Evangelization where she writes, does photography, and edits for several types of content, including the Tennessee Register, Catholic Awakenings, and She has also worked as a freelance journalist with the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas's newspaper, The Leaven, since 2016.
In her spare time, Peterson enjoys reading, spending time with her pup, Sadie Lynn, singing and songwriting.


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