Top 10 Halloween Theme Songs for Your Next Halloween Party

It’s that time of year again, time for monsters, goblins, and Dracula. Most of all it is time for the Halloween parties. Everyone knows all great parties have great music to fit the theme of the party. Check out this list for the top 10 Halloween theme songs for your next Halloween party. Here you will find some of the spookiest and funniest songs to get your party dancing like the spooktacular creatures they are.

10) Its a Monsters Holiday – Buck Owens – 1977 – Frankenstein, Dracula, and all the rest join for the holiday.

9) Nightmare on my Street – Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff – 1988 – Will Smith and Jazzy Jeff tell a tale about a nightmare on their street. You guessed it Freddy Krueger is the terror that haunts their dreams.

8) I Put a Spell on You – Credence Clearwater Revival – 1968 – The song was used in the movie “Hocus Pocus,” and in Florida at Walt Disney it is the closing song for Halloween fireworks show.

7) Witchy Woman – The Eagles – 1972 – A Halloween favorite written by Don Henley.

6) Don’t Fear the Reaper – Blue Oyster Cult – 1976 – All spooky Halloween parties need a Grim Reaper. This famous song fits the theme to get the Reaper dancing along with the other ghouls.

5) Ghost Busters – Ray Parker Jr – 1984 – This theme song from the 1984 classic movie will get everyone up and dancing as they search for the ghosts.

4) Witch Doctor – David Seville and the Chipmunks – 1956 – This classic song by the lovable Chipmunks is sure to put a smile on everyone’s face.

3) Somebody’s Watching Me – Rockwell – 1984 – The song is perfect for any party, but Halloween is a great reason to play this song. The song is about the fear of being watched and followed. Having ghosts and goblins follow you cause such a fear.

2) The Monster Mash – Bobby “Boris” Pickett – 1962 – Grab the kids and everyone stomp, and jump around to the beat, and lyrics of this fun. and classic Halloween tune.

1) Thriller – Michael Jackson- 1982 – No Halloween party would be complete without “Thriller.” Vincent Price’s voice gives the song an extremely spooky sound and Jackson’s carries the rest to make an excellent song that takes the number one spot for a Halloween party song.

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