Though it’s not strictly speaking a Hallow’een song, I still thought I’d share “Zombie Apocalypse” by Craig and the Collaborators, the occasional novelty band/recording project I’m involved with in Halifax.

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Zombie Apocalypse

What do I do now?

What do I do now?

Zombies came and ate all my friends.

I’m so lonely

I’m so lonely

Will their hunger never end?

Chris grew up just down the road from me

We went to school together since grade three

But I killed him with a shovel

Zombies ain’t your friends no more

INSTRUMENTAL

I’ll admit that parts of this apocalypse are good

I never have to brush my teeth even though I should

I don’t have to wait in line at the DMV

Instead I spend my waking hours running from zombies

I had tickets to see Weezer

The zombies’ timing couldn’t be worse

Zombie Weezer wasn’t very good

Though they still played “Say It Ain’t So”

If there’s one thing that you all should know

When you’re fighting zombies all alone

What do we do now?

What do we do now?

Zombies came and ate all our friends

Pack a suitcase

Find a broadsword

Broadswords don’t need bullets to work