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Opening song ´This is Halloween´ from The Nightmare before Christmas
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Age: 12-17
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Listen to the opening song of “The Nightmare Before Christmas" and do the exercises.

 

Write in or choose the correct words. The images may help.

 

“T’was a long time ago, longer now it seems, in a place that perhaps you’ve in your dreams. For the story you are about to be took place in the holiday worlds of old. Now, you’ve probably where holidays come from, if you haven’t I’d say it’s time you begun.”

 

Boys and girls of every

Wouldn't you like to see strange?

Come with us and you will see

This, our of Halloween

This is Halloween, this is Halloween

 scream in the of night

This is Halloween, everybody make a scene

Trick or till the neighbour's gonna die of

It's our town, everybody

In this town of Halloween

I am the one hiding under your

 ground sharp and glowing red

I am the one hiding under your  

 like snakes and spiders in my

 

This is Halloween, this is Halloween

Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Halloween!

 

Unscramble the following lines

 

 In this town, don't we love it now?

 Something's waiting now to pounce, and how you'll --

 'Round that corner, man, hiding in the trash can

 Everyone hail to the pumpkin song

 In this town we call home

 Scream!

Everybody's waiting for the next surprise

 

Unscramble the words in brackets.

 

This is Halloween

Red and (cbkal)

And (ylmsi) green

Aren't you scared?

Well, that's (ustj) fine

Say it once, say it twice

Take a (ccenha) and roll the dice

Ride with the (omno) in the dead of night

Everybody scream, everybody scream

In our town of Halloween

 

Write in or choose the missing words. The images may help.

 

I am the with the tear-away face

Here in a flash and gone without a trace

I am the ‘ when you call “’Who's there?’

” I am the blowing through your hair

I am the on the moon at night

Filling your dreams to the brim with fright

 

This is Halloween, this is Halloween, Halloween!

Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Halloween!

 

Tender lumplings everywhere

Life's no without a good scare

That's our job, but we're not

In our town of Halloween

In this town

Don't we love it now?

Everyone's waiting for the next

Skeleton Jack might catch you in the back

And scream like a banshee

Make you out of your skin

This is Halloween, everybody scream

Won't ya please way for a very special guy

Our man Jack is king of the pumpkin patch

Everyone hail to the Pumpkin   now

 

This is Halloween, this is Halloween, Halloween!

Halloween! Halloween! Halloween!

 

 

In this town we call home

Everyone hail to the pumpkin song

La (la, la, la, la), la (la, la, la, la) La (Halloween)….

 
 
 
                                                                        

 

       


 

 

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