“Dead Susan,” a deliciously creepy song by Talis Kimberley.
Talis posted it on Halloween a few years back with the following explanation:
Quite one of the nastiest songs I’ve ever written… for those of you who enjoy such things, and especially this day when the veil is thinned between the worlds.
The writer of the vintage postcard I bought at an antique shop many years ago really should have checked her handwriting. I expect she meant ‘Dear Susan’ at the start of her message… let’s hope so.
That’s not what it looked like to me, however.
Available for download on bandcamp.
Step by step, we walk in the darkness!
Wink and blink, we squint at the light!
Black and blacker, loving our starkness!
Knock on your door on Halloween night!
“Undertakers from Hell” by Alexander James Adams. ‘Tis the season…
Lyrics available on Bandcamp.
Simon (my son) and I went to the Huntsville Botanical Garden’s Scarecrow Trail one year. His complete fascination with the “Crowella De Ville” scarecrow and a couple of observations (quoted directly in the lyrics) about scary things in general led to this song. The title comes from him asking me not to leave one evening when he was scared he would have nightmares. “Get down, Mama, sleep your eyes down!” This song is a collaborative effort between us.
“Get Down Mama,” by Doctor Mary Crowell
…thanks to the people who pointed out I had the wrong song earlier. Not sure how I did that.