This coming Monday is Halloween! 😀
I have really enjoyed doing Halloween-themed posts this month to celebrate my favorite holiday! ❤
This week, I wanted to write my last Halloween-themed post for the year about a Halloween song that I had heard for the first time a few days ago: “Spooky, Scary Skeletons.”
This week, I was shown a Halloween-themed video that made me laugh so hard I almost cried. It is a video of a man wearing a black, full body leotard, wearing a pumpkin on his face, and doing silly dance moves to the song, “Spooky, Scary Skeletons.”
If you haven’t seen the video I am describing, you can check it out, here.
It sure looks this man is having a fun time, and it almost makes me want to learn his dance and dance along to “Spooky, Scary Skeletons.” 😉
Prior to seeing this video, I had never heard the song, “Spooky, Scary Skeletons.” The song itself is silly, and pairing the song with footage of a man doing silly dance moves, makes a video that is impossible to watch without at least cracking a smile.
I wanted to learn more about the song that I had never heard before. Unfortunately, there was not a lot of information I could find about this song, but fortunately, Wikipedia gave me some information. 🙂
According to Wikipedia’s article, here, “Spooky, Scary Skeleton,” is a song by Andrew Gold. You may know one of his most famous songs, “Lonely Boy.” “Spooky, Scary Skeleton” was released in 1996 on the album Halloween Howls. Although this album is definitely targeted at children, I checked out some samples of songs from this album, and they are also silly and make me want to smile just like “Super, Scary Skeletons,” so I just may have found some more Halloween music to enjoy! 😀
I hope the video and/or the song made you smile! 🙂
Happy Halloween! 😀