Friday, December 03, 2004

Dracula is Coming to Town

David just posted his take on a famous Christmas tune. I thought I'd jump on the bandwagon myself. But I have bad depth perception, missed the bandwagon entirely and ended up skinning my knee. So I decided to just write some lyrics.

Ahem . . . Mi mi mi mi mi . . . .

You better watch out
You're going to die
And lose all your blood
I'm telling you why
Dracula is coming to town

He's got pointy teeth
He sharpened them twice
And since he's undead
His skin is like ice
Dracula is coming to town

He'll get you while you're sleeping
Or while you're wide awake
So keep that crucifix at hand
Don't forget your wooden stake

Oh, you better watch out
You're going to die
And lose all your blood
I'm telling you why
Dracula is coming to town

Here, gentle reader, is a question. Why is it that so many scary creatures seem to have trisyllabic names? Lucifer, Dracula, Frankenstein, Santa Claus, Ann Coulter, Madonna, Zell Miller . . . see what I mean?

Can you think of any others?

5 comments:

David said...

You are TOTALLY stealing my holiday series! I'm posting "Here Comes Dracula" later today, and I have a carol to Lucifer already planned. Great minds think alike, I suppose. :)

Crash said...

Wonder Twin powers, activate!

palochi said...

Jaegermeister, Rumplemint, Stolichnaya...

Wayne said...

Hmmm... sucking...

Jess said...

"Crash and Byrne"? :)

hehehe