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Boogie-Woogie Ghost

My music teacher in elementary school played a song every Halloween called "The Boogie Woogie Ghost". I wish I could remember it now so I could teach it to my son. Because of that song I really learned to love Halloween.
caitilie caitilie 36-40, F 4 Responses Oct 22, 2007

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Wow! I'm so glad I found this story & comment lol. There was a Halloween song we used to sing in music class I always loved as a kid & I couldn't remember the name of it or the words. As soon as I saw the title of your story, I knew that was it. Thank you so much! Now I remember the song! :D

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!! You have made me soooo happy!! I'm gonna print this right now! Again, thank you so much!!

Boogie Woogie Ghost

(traditional boogie woogie accompaniment on piano!)



There was a ghost on Halloween who really made the ghostie scene,

He was the Boogie Woogie Ghost, he was the ghostie with the most,

And when the kiddies came around he'd let out with his ghostly sound,

He'd go: Boo Woo Woo--- Woo!



He'd go a spookin' late at night & giving everyone a fright,

He knew some witches, 2 or 3 & they would all go on a spree,

And when the kiddies came around he'd let out with his ghostly sound,

He'd go: Boo Woo Woo--- Woo!



Even though he was kinda spooky,

They all thought that he was kinda cool.

Even though he was a little kooky,

He was still the perfect ghoul. (AHHHHHHHH!!)



So when you're out on Halloween and he appears upon the scene,

Don't give a scream & run a way, just ask him if he'll stay & play.

You'll love the Boogie Woogie Ghost, he'll be the one you dig the most.

You'll love his Boo Woo Woo--- Woo!