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Hee Hee Hee Ha Ha Caw Caw Dibbly Dibbery Dawdy Daw Daw

The crows came out and sat on the raven’s ramrod necks Wily witches were watching and laughing at the feathery flecks. Wild wooly warlocks came out and joined the throng. They were all ready to sing the annual Halloween song. Hee Hee Hee Ha Ha Caw Caw Dibbly Dibbery Dawdy Daw Daw Let’s be spookier than ever this Halloween night Let’s join the bats for their midnight flight Dracula was irritated at the way things were set up. He had not been consulted, and neither had his big pup. We will cause them trouble, they agreed with the bats. They set their cauldrons on fire and turned all of their cats. How dare you turn our cats into frogs! We are now going to go after Dracula’s dogs. The main dog was scared, so he went to go hide. They followed him into Dracula’s house, well inside. Hee Hee Hee Ha Ha Caw Caw Dibbly Dibbery Dawdy Daw Daw We have you right where we want you Dracula said. He turned all of them into the lamp posts, couches and beds. The moral of the story is amazingly clear. No matter where you trick-or treat, listen my dear. No matter how lovely he is, never go into a stranger’s house. He could turn you into a Kleenex box, a candy bar or a mouse.

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Date: 10/12/2021 9:08:00 AM
Ah, I love the last verse, Caren. Such an important message to the children who are trick or treating. Never go inside a stranger's house!
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Caren Krutsinger
Date: 10/12/2021 10:28:00 AM