Buttkickin’ Halloween Songs: “Knoxville Girl” — The Louvin Brothers (1956)

She fell down on her bended knees, for mercy she did cry “Oh Willy dear, don’t kill me here, I’m unprepared to die” She never spoke another word, I only beat her more Until the ground around me within her blood did flow You know, to me nothing screams horror like a creepy old-timey folk song,…

Buttkickin’ Halloween Songs: “Baggy Trousers” — Madness (1980)

Naughty boys in nasty schools Headmasters breaking all the rules Having fun and playing fools Smashing up the woodwork tools All the teachers in the pub Passing ’round the ready-rub Trying not to think of when The lunch-time bell will ring again… Ahh, Madness. Welcome back lads. You’re always welcome ’round all parts Hokeyblog at…

Buttkickin’ Halloween Songs: “The Voodoo Walk” — Sonny Richards “Panics” with Cindy & Misty (1962)

The night was dark The moon was high I was walking along holding hands with my guy When all of the sudden His breath became quick His eyes began flashing, these words fell from his lips… OK now this is a fun one. I came across The Voodoo Walk while doing my usual summertime research…