Dancing Through our Town

Shutter your windows.
Bar up every door.
Go into the cellar
and cower on the floor.

Huddle in the darkness.
Do not show a light,
because the devil
and his demons,
will come dancing
through our town tonight.

He’s more beguiling
than a serpent.
He’s cunning and so sly.
Yet girls will think he’s handsome,
if they see him twirling by.

He’ll drag you to his dungeon,
where his evil minions dwell,
and chuckle as you writhe away,
in the fiery depths of hell.

So shutter all your windows.
Lock up every door.
Tell every friend you have,
if they gather round,
that the devil and his demons,
will be dancing through our town.

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