These family-friendly Halloween Disney songs are the best options for a hauntingly good time!
Add these Disney Halloween songs to your playlist–perfect for adults and kids alike, these spooky tunes beg to be played this time of year!
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Disney has a lot of fabulous songs that are perfect for Halloween. They range from spooky to fun and all Disney fans will enjoy them!
Some of them are sung by our favorite Disney Villains, while others are from spooky movies.
Whether you want something to play around the house during a simple Halloween party, want some spooky music while you make your Mickey Mouse pumpkin carvings, or need some ideas for trick-or-treat music that isn’t too eerie, here are some of Disney’s spookiest Disney-themed Halloween songs to add to your October 31st playlist!
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Disney Halloween Songs
Oogie Boogie’s Song (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
This song was written by Danny Elfman and Ira Newborn for The Nightmare Before Christmas.
The lyrics to this song are about a character named “Oogie Boogie” that lives in a dark cave with spiders, bats, and snakes. He plans on eating Santa Claus if he comes down the chimney.
🎃 Listen: Oogie Boogie’s Song on Spotify
Grim Grinning Ghosts (Haunted Mansion)
This song is played in the popular Disney theme park attraction that has been around since 1971, when Disney World opened.
Guests will recognize this haunting song from the stone busts that sing it as you approach the exit of the ride.
🎃 Listen: Grim Grinning Ghosts on Spotify
Poor Unfortunate Souls (The Little Mermaid)
This Disney song is sung by Ursula the evil sea witch. She tells Ariel that she will have to give up her voice to become human and see Prince Eric again.
🎃 Listen: Poor Unfortunate Souls on Spotify
Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
With the new live action movie Cruella debuting this year, this song is a must-have on your playlist.
It’s a very catchy tune that tells the story of how Madam Cruella De Vil is evil and not to be trusted, especially around Dalmatian puppies!
🎃 Listen: Cruella de Vil on Spotify
Calling All the Monsters (Monstober)
This Disney Halloween song was sung by the Disney Junior cast in a Disney Channel Original movie called Monstober.
They sing about how they need to call all of their friends and invite them over for some scary fun.
🎃 Listen: Calling all the Monsters on Spotify
Ways to Be Wicked (Descendants 2)
This Disney Halloween song is sung by Mal in the Disney Channel Original Movie Descendants.
She sings about how she can be a witch, vampire or zombie.
🎃 Listen: Ways to Be Wicked on Spotify
Friends on the Other Side (The Princess and the Frog)
Disney fans will recognize this Disney Halloween song from the movie The Princess and the Frog, featuring Disney Princess Tiana.
It tells of a ghost who is in limbo waiting for someone to save him before he can go into Heaven.
🎃 Listen: Friends on the Other Side on Spotify
This Is Halloween (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
This Disney song was also written by Danny Elfman and Ira Newborn for The Nightmare Before Christmas.
It talks about how we celebrate on All Hallows Eve with jack-o-lanterns, trick or treating, wearing costumes, and being scared!
🎃 Listen: This is Halloween on Spotify
My Evil Buddies and Me (Phineas and Ferb)
This Disney Halloween song is performed by Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz and his evil friends in Phineas and Ferb. They sing about the shenanigans they pull on a daily basis!
🎃 Listen: My Evil Buddies and Me on Spotify
Heffalumps and Woozles (Winnie the Pooh)
This classic song stems from a dream Winnie the Pooh had where he imagined the creature mashups of Heffalumps and Woozles.
🎃 Listen: Heffalumps and Woozles on Spotify
Disney Songs for Halloween
If you’re planning to spend Halloween at Disney World, you’ll definitely want to listen to this playlist to get yourself in the mood.
Now all you have to do is add these frightful and fun Disney Halloween songs to your Spotify or iTunes playlist to enjoy the holiday–Disney style!
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