Stephen Lynch Halloween

Below is a YouTube Halloween song, "Stephen Lynch Halloween".

I fell in love with this song when I heard it and just HAD to post it on this site.

This page is strickly for the strong of heart. Understand that this Halloween song has a bit of a twisted side to it and may not be acceptable to all listeners.

Please enjoy, Stephen Lynch .....

Lyrics for Stephen Lynch Halloween

Thinking of all the cool creatures that I will meet on this night
Ghosts and goblins and witches roaming the streets in moonlight
Bowls of candy and goodies, delicious and waiting in store
The sound of cute little footsteps as they approach my front door

Letting the children inside to drink beers
Razor blades hidden in three musketeers
Screams from the basement of kids begging to be set free
That's what Halloween means to me

Tightening the clamps that are holding their little heads so tight
Putting my lips to their ears as I whisper please don't fight

I promise I'll let you go home if you swear not to tell a soul
Well I'll just untie these I'm kidding now where is my chainsaw? Let's rock and roll

A pinch of your brother a teaspoon of you
With the head of your sister would make a good stew
I'd give you a taste but you're tongue's in the stew; irony
That's what Halloween means to me

Trick-or-treat, smell my feet
Give me something good to eat
Trick-or-treat, smell my feet
Give me someone good to eat

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So what did you think about this "cute" little song? He's someone that is a bit strange. Don't you think? Let me know.

I have for your warped (and these are definitely for the warped) pleasure some Stephen Lynch's music CD's and DVD's listed below.

Young children should not be purchasing these items. Please get parent permission. Please note - they are the "explicit versions".

The Craig Machine

The Craig Machine

A Little Bit Special

A Little Bit Special



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