Top 13 Horror Versions of Popular Songs

Horror Versions of Popular Songs

We’re bringing you the best Top 13 Horror Versions of Popular Songs. October is here and Halloween is near. This is the time of year for horror and terror in every moment of the day. It’s the time of year to celebrate the dark parts of our world, and the parts our naked eye can’t see. The days are getting shorter and shorter. The darkness becomes more and more overwhelming. It’s time for doom and gloom.

With that being said, Switching Styles is bringing you 13 horror versions of typically happy and optimistic songs. Bringing these forward in a horror setting is unnerving to say the least. Tis the season for fear. Enjoy!!

#1 “7 rings” by Moonlight Records

#2 “Part of your world” by Lucas King

#3 “Time Warp” By The Toons

#4 “Jurassic Park” by Horror Versions

#5 “Bury a Friend” by Bruferr Beatz

#6 “Every Breath You Take” By Melodicka Bros

#7 “Carousel” By Ayden

#8 “You are my Sunshine” by The Phantoms

#9 “Mr. Sandman” By l0user

#10 “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Tommee Profitt

#11 “Do you want to Build a Snowman?” by Traci Hines ft. Amy Treadwell Toy

#12 “Tonight You Belong to Me” by Werepaca Edits

#13 “Ring Around The Rosie” by Cookie Creeper

Do you have a favorite from these Top 13 Horror Versions of Popular Songs?!

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