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    The music that accompanied those darn Fly Monkeys on the Wizard of Oz.

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    Creepy Songs/Music

    Whoo Boy there were a lot of them !!!!

    * The old Viacom Logo was kind of creepy to me when I was a kid.

    * Old documentary music from those old 60's scratchy, faded school films they made us watch in the 80's, cranking on a old rickety projector and the film would break and burn a hole. The ones about space (NASA Apollo 13 disatser) were the worst with the beeping and freak creepy music . They also showed us the car wreck ones.

    * Tubular Bells from The Excorcist.

    * Amityville Horror music and the voice saying get out.

    * Old Soap Opera Background music with organ.

    * Teddy Bears Last Ride....Red Sovine

    * Anything by Ralph Stanley that bluegrass musician is sad and depressing. He has the saddest mournfull voice I have ever heard.

    * The opening Bars To Dream Weaver when I was a kid...but I like the song.

    * The HBO opening before a movie.

    * The Old United Artist Logo.

    * The old Paramount closet killer music at the end of their tv shows, like the Brady Bunch.

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    "Frankenstein" By Edgar Winters...

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    "These Boots (Are Made for Walkin')" by Nancy Sinatra. Also, my age is showing but the theme song from The Legend of Jesse James, the old tv show...
    "He was cursed with a quick and restless gun. Jesse James!
    And he played the game that no man ever won. Jesse James!
    But his killin' turned him cold, he grew bitter, he grew bold
    And he fought the world with a cold and hungry gun."

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    I wasn't afraid of this song, but I hated it...Mr. Bo Jangles....I hated it because his dog died.
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    War Pigs by Black Sabbath used to scare me as a kid...

    Generals gathered in their masses
    Just like witches at black masses
    Evil minds that plot destruction
    Sorcerers of death's construction
    In the fields the bodies burning
    As the war machine keeps turning
    Death and hatred to mankind
    Poisoning their brainwashed minds
    Oh lord yeah!

    Politicians hide themselves away
    They only started the war
    Why should they go out to fight?
    They leave that role to the poor

    Time will tell on their power minds
    Making war just for fun
    Treating people just like pawns in chess
    Wait 'til their judgement day comes
    Yeah!

    Now in darkness world stops turning
    Ashes where the bodies burning
    No more war pigs have the power
    Hand of God has struck the hour
    Day of judgement, God is calling
    On their knees the war pig's crawling
    Begging mercy for their sins
    Satan laughing spreads his wings
    Oh lord yeah!
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    A lot of Beatles songs. A Day In The Life, Helter Skelter, Strawberry Fields with that creepy backwards part at the end.

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    The Perry Mason opening theme song used to scare the crap out of me when I was a kid!! Tubular Bells (from "The Exorcist") was kinda creepy, too!

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    Time by Pink Floyd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dulcinea View Post
    Blue Oyster Cult's "Don't Fear the Reaper" the imagery just scared me. I started crying the first time I heard it and begged my Dad to turn it off. Have it on my iPod now. The beginning of ELO's "Fire on High" STILL scares the hell outta me!
    Me too! It's still hard for me to listen to that song especially at night. Kind of like Stairway to Heaven in reverse. Both those songs really creep me out.
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    I used to hate the doctor who theme song, scared the crap outta me, still don't like it, lol

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    I don't know the name of it. It was a folk song about a little girl named Cindy ((((snort)))) who fell in a well, and they could not get her out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    I don't know the name of it. It was a folk song about a little girl named Cindy ((((snort)))) who fell in a well, and they could not get her out.
    I hope it wasn't you.; that would suck.
    Especially still being down there after all these years.
    If it was you and you got out; somebody needs to update the song.

    As a kid?
    I'll have to think about that.

    As an adult, probably that new Bieber-like Troye Sivan that Debbie seems so enthralled by.
    Well, not so much afraid of the music as of the fans - I've never heard the music.

    These people will grow up and be told how to vote someday.
    Provided that natural selection indeed fails due to government intervention and safety manuals and what not.

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    Throwing feces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimC View Post
    I hope it wasn't you.; that would suck.
    Especially still being down there after all these years.
    If it was you and you got out; somebody needs to update the song.

    Cindy Tapia
    Our Town
    In Loving Memory Brandon Lee

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    There were a few that gave a chill, Hey Jude was one, Reminded me of death for some reason...Blue Christmas by Elvis is another one, Maybe because there were some not so nice things going on when I first heard them?

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    As embarrassing as it is to admit it, Rhythm is gonna get you by Gloria Estefan. I was about 5 when it was released and after listening to it the first time, I decided the rhythm was some sort of monster and couldn't listen to it without getting scared especially the bit where she sang about putting covers over your head.

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