"Spider Baby" as written by and Ronald Stein....
Screams and moans and bats and bones
Teenage monsters in haunted homes
The ghosts on the stair
The vampires bite
Better beware, there's a full moon tonight

Cannibal spiders creep and crawl
Boys and ghouls having a ball
Frankenstein, Dracula and even the Mummy
Are sure to end up in someone's tummy

Take a fresh rodent, some toadstools and weeds
And an old owl and the young one she breeds
Mix in seven legs of an eight-legged beast
Then you are all set for a cannibal feast

Sit around the fire with the cup of brew
A fiend and a werewolf on each side of you
This cannibal orgy is strange to behold
And the maddest story ever told

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"Spider Baby" as written by Ronald Stein


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    General CommentI thought it was a little bit crappy that nobody had commented on this song! I think it absolutely rocks, singing to it and goin mad to it is so much fun! It's really powerful, his voice is perfect for it. It's such a laugh aswell. "Boys and ghouls having a ball" it's all genius!
    Pink_Rock_Dotson February 03, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthe name Spider Baby reminds me of an episode of Father Ted, anyway this album is great, it's good to hear Mike sing instead of scream and squeal his guts out, not that it doesn't sound awesome when he does
    Pyrokinetic_Punkeron June 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe funny thing is that this is the opening song on the movie, Spider Baby ( a really cool no-budget horror that is a cult movie in its own right). The original is sung by the movie's main actor Lon Cheney Jr, and this is an awesome version of the song.
    Madkalon September 02, 2006   Link
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    General Comment...you guys know that the whole album is theme songs for old movies, right..?
    yoyotyon May 21, 2010   Link

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