Zaria Fallenrise

Rookie (5/14/1997 / University City)

Witches, Goblins, and Ghouls


Witches, goblins, and ghouls (they're all coming after you)
you better run and hide (when u still got a chance to survive)
you'll never who know will end up dead or alive…

Witches flying on their brooms, mummies coming out of their tombs, werewolves howling at the moon, vampires coming out of their coffins, zombies climbing out of their graves, ghouls hiding in their spooky caves.., .

Witches, goblins, and ghouls (they're all coming after you)
you better run and hide (before you're the last one to die)

Witches at their cauldrons, mummies using curses, werewolves hunting in their packs, vampires changing into bats, zombies eatin brains, monsters are going crazy,
ghouls and ghosts making havoc, creatures and freaks causing disasters, monsters and beasts causing chaos and shall have you all as their gourmet feasts

Witches, goblins, and ghouls all prepare for the bloody fight
they're all coming after you (oh right)
you better run and hide (cuz you're in for a fright)
Because u better find the light
Its
HALLOWEEN NIGHT!

Submitted: Wednesday, October 31, 2012
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