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The Monster Hop
Bert Convy Lyrics


THE MONSTER'S HOP

BERT CONVY

I heard strange noises coming from a house on the hill
So I crept up to the window and looked over the sill
My heart almost stopped, I nearly died of fright
By the dim candlelight I saw the strangest sight

There was Frankenstein and Dracula and Wolfman too
Dancin' with some zombies, what a ghastly crew
The ol' ugly vampire was doing the bop
And everything was rocking at the monster's hop

The bats were flying and the room was full
The crazy witch doctor was dancing with a ghoul
The organ was playing, but no-one was there
And the headless horseman was combing his hair

There was Frankenstein and Dracula and Wolfman too
Dancin' with some zombies, what a ghastly crew
The ol' ugly vampire was doing the bop
And everything was rocking at the monster's hop

I can't forget that empty house upon the hill
The night has fall, the monsters dance and oh what a thrill
The wind did howl, the night was black
I nearly lost my mind, I'm never ever going back

There was Frankenstein and Dracula and Wolfman too
Dancin' with some zombies, what a ghastly crew
The ol' ugly vampire was doing the bop
And everything was rocking at the monster's hop

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Bee Whistler

All the 60s Halloween songs seem to be a bunch of monster movie name drops all at a party, lol!

Tonithenightowl

I know who Bert Convey was but never knew he recorded a song like this lol  I LOVE IT !!!!  What a great Halloween song and how the hell did I miss this gem? Thank you so much :o)

Bee Whistler

@ADAM ANTMAN Yeah, this is the first I've heard of his music career and I was born in 1972 and grew up watching the guy. I remember him singing a song on Fantasy Island, too, and thinking it was so weird for him to be singing! I'm sure to my parents it made perfect sense...

ADAM ANTMAN

Bert's days in music have been undeservedly far overshadowed by all those game shows. He was a member of The Cheers who had hits with "Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle Boots" (covered by Vaughn Monroe, of all people) and the teen death song 'Chicken' in 1955.

The Looney Limey

If you want Halloween songs look up Screaming Lord Sutch too.

Garluth

and just check out Psychobilly songs....thing for us is Everyday is Halloween.

ADAM ANTMAN

When The Bogeyman is busy terrorizing other children's' nights, Lord Sutch takes up the slack!

Kozmonauta 05

0:55 ÉÉÉS OTT A SZÖRNY!!!

Presley Salas

I want to go Monster Hop !!!! Love this song !!! Happy Halloween !!!

ANGLRMZ

Perfect for the spooky season

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