Not So Spooky Halloween Covers

Halloween is a source of horror and terror but it doesn’t have to be just spooky. There’s a lot more to the Holiday than fright. It’s a time that Autumn turns to fall and gives us a chance to reflect on the past. It’s a time to make adorable snow people and snow angels. It’s a time for endless hot cocoa with sprinkles.

This not-so-spooky music is great to add to your Halloween playlist if you need to add more kid-friendly music, non-scary content or simply upbeat horror music.

Below is a list of different songs to bring you the Halloween spirit without the Halloween spooks. These covers replace the sense of horror with a sense of whimsy while keeping the Halloween spirit.

Spooky Scary Skeletons by JubyPhonic Originally by Andrew Gold

“Don’t Fear the Reaper” by Ashbury Heights originally by Blue Oyster Cult

“I Put a Spell On You” by Brittany J Smith, originally by Annie Lennox

“Hex Girl” by Maisy Kay from Scooby Doo’s Hex Girls

“Magic Dance” by Dead Tom, Originally by David Bowie

“Superstition” by Jonny Ross Music originally by Stevie Wonder

“Purple People Eater” by George Thorogood & The Destroyers originally by Sheb Wooley

“Oogie Boogie’s Song” by Coco Drops originally by Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas

“Jeepers Creepers” by Blue Moon, originally by Django Reinhardt

“This is Halloween” by Broken Peach originally by Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas

Have a safe and sweet Halloween!!

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