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Grown-Up Halloween

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Grown-Up Halloween
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Song Information
Singers: Dan Castellaneta
Harry Shearer
Hank Azaria
Maggie Roswell
Tress MacNeille
Characters: Sideshow Mel
Bernice Hibbert
Julius Hibbert
Krusty
Moe Szyslak
Sanjay
Judge Harm
Akira
Barney Gumble
Luann Van Houten
Rainier Wolfcastle
Groundskeeper Willie
Appearance(s): "Halloween of Horror"

Grown-Up Halloween is a song sung by the adults of Springfield about how they celebrate Halloween once the kids have gone to sleep.[1]

Lyrics[edit]

Sideshow Mel:
The children are all sleeping; not one kiddie on the street.
Bernice Hibbert:
The fun's just starting for mommy and daddy.
Sexy tricks,
Bernice and Dr. Hibbert:
And boozy treats.
Krusty:
drunken hobbits hit on slutty crayons,
Policeman dressed as bondage-Frankenstein.
Moe Szyslak:
Your kid's teacher in a steampunk orgy,
Grown-ups become monsters after nine.
All:
It's time for grown-up Halloween,
Close your eyes if you're under 18.
Luann Van Houten:
It's my chance to show ooooobs,
Rainier Wolfcastle:
Live my fantasy,
Groundskeeper Willie:
'Cause tomorrow morning,
All:
We won't remember a thing,
Our lives are awful and dreary,
So tonight we're going way way way way way way way too far,
Hide your kids this cannot be unseen,
It's naked, wasted, grown-up Halloween!


Behind the Laughter[edit]

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