"Theme from The Munsters" by Jack Marshall
[Em]When you are walking the [Am]street at night
And be[Em]hind you there's [D]no one in [Em]view
But you hear mysterious [Am]feet at night,
Then the [B7]Munsters are following [Em]you.
[Em]If you should meet this strange [Am]family
Just for[Em]get what some [D]people have [Em]said,
The Munsters may shake your hand [Am]clammily
But they're [B7]not necessarily [Em]dead.
Be[D7]hind their house you [G]mustn't be afraid
To [A7]see a figure [D7]digging with a [B7]spade.
Per[Em]haps someone didn't quite [Am]make the grade
With the [Em]Munsters, with the Munsters.
[Em]If when you're sleeping you [Am]dream a lot,
Ghoulish [Em]nightmares pa[D]rade through your [Em]head,
And then you wake up and [Am]scream a lot,
Oh the [B7]Munsters are under your [Em]bed.
At [Em]midnight if creatures should [Am]prowl about,
And if [Em]vampires and [D]vultures swoop [Em]down.
And werewolves and fiends shriek and [Am]howl about,
Oh the [B7]Munsters are out on the [Em]town.
One [D7]night I dared peek [G]through their window screen,
My [A7]hair turned white at [D7]such a crazy [B7]scene.
Be[Em]cause every evening it's [Am]Halloween
At the [Em]Munsters, at the Munsters.