Thursday, October 22, 2015

Searching for Old-Fashioned Halloween Song Lyrics


                                                                 (Jack-o-lanterns around the house.)

In the first grade, the teacher taught us a song at Halloween.

Here are the words to the first two lines:

       Witches and goblins and jack-o-lanterns bright
        Fly through the air on a cold October night. 
 
 

Many, many decades of life have zipped past since that time but those two lines of the scary lyrics remain in my psyche.

Can you imagine that?

I've never been able to find the rest of the song via the Internet and I'm not in touch with any members of my first grade class. 


If anyone out there in blogland, by some miracle, knows the song,  please let me in on the the rest of the verses, will you?   


DO YOU REMEMBER THINGS FROM FIRST GRADE?

7 comments:

Chatty Crone said...

Your post and that cute little pumpkin came up first - made me smile.

I don't remember much from 1st. grade. lol

Witches and Goblins and Jack-o-lanterns bright,
Creep through the town on a cold October night!
You hear the sounds of running feet but nothing can be seen,
And the strangest things can happen on a cold Halloween!

Out in the street, merry children run about.
Masks on their faces, they go with noisy shout.
They rap at every window pane where people may be seen,
and the strangest things can happen on a wild Halloween!

Sandi said...

The only Halloween song I know is, "He did the mash. The monster mash!"

Maybe your teacher made the song up?

diane.stetson said...

Chatty Crone got it perfectly Susan. I remember that song too. I have an entire book of Halloween songs...just love songs in the minor!

Merlesworld said...

Sometimes I get flashbacks some good some not so good.
Merle.......

Nellie said...

I DO remember a few things from first grade! And - it has been a long time ago that I was in first grade!:-)

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

Very cute Jack O'Lanterns on display at your house! I don't recognise the rhyme.

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

I remember I had chicken pox in the first grade. :)

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