Halloween is probably the only night of the year when things go spooky. But not all of us are fans of creepy Halloween songs. Whether you are going to spend Halloween with your significant other or tie the knot, you may want to complete your date or big day with these beautiful, fun, a tiny bit scary and creepily mysterious Halloween love songs.
I promise, both of you will enjoy these Halloween love songs… well maybe except Cradle Of Filth that is ranked #15 on this list. Why? Because the song is really spine-tinglingly creepy so if your guy hates everything scary, it is better to skip Marilyn Manson and Cradle Of Filth.
1. Disturbia by Rihanna
“Disturbia” is a relatively fun song to start your Halloween date or party with. Although the song is not creepy at all, Rihanna’s video is actually mysterious.
2. Love Song For a Vampire by Annie Lennox
The Vampire Diaries has nothing to do with Annie Lennox’s song, but honestly, the song is as terrifying and at the same time romantic as TVD.
3. Where The Wild Roses Grow by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds/Kylie Minogue
“Where The Wild Roses Grow” will set a romantic mood at your home and keep you both from getting too dark and scary this Halloween.
4. Howlin’ For You by The Black Keys
I know the song may feel too weird for Halloween, but a type of modern mysterious love will not hurt.
5. Sally’s Song by Catherine O’Hara and Chris Boardman
The Nightmare Before Christmas’ song may sound a bit childish, yet it is calm and romantic unlike Disturbia.
6. Monster by Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga’s Monster is 100-percent guaranteed to give the two of you the true spirit of Halloween.
7. Black No. 1 (Little Miss-Scare-All) by Type O Negative
This song sounds so Halloween and it is delightfully spooky, though not for couples who listen to pop music.
8. Henry Lee by Nick Cave and P.J. Harvey
Every Halloween event – be it a date or a wedding – needs at least one slow dance. “Henry Lee” is the perfect choice.
9. Abracadabra by Steve Miller Band
Now that you have one slow dance, spice up your Halloween with this fun love song. No special dance skill required, no worries.
10. Bad Things by Jace Everett
Jace Everett knows how to add a touch of romance to any Halloween event. His “Bad Things” song will set the right mood for both of you.
11. I Put a Spell on You by Marilyn Manson
Marilyn Manson’s song is the perfect way to end the night, but nightmares are guaranteed.
12. Skeleton Song by Kate Nash
Halloween would not be complete without “Skeleton Song.” The lyrics are not super freaky, but are creepily funny.
13. Unapologetic by Halestorm
“Unapologetic” is one of my favorite songs out there. The song is all about being bold about your desires when it comes to love.
14. Join Me In Death by HIM
Just do not take the words of this song too seriously. Enjoy a beautifully creepy music instead.
15. Nymphetamine by Cradle Of Filth
End your Halloween with”Nymphetamine” and you will sing it the next morning. Despite featuring the creepy voice, the song is a little romantic, isn’t it?
These haunting Halloween love songs will put a spell on both of you on the eve of All Saints Day, which is just around the corner. If you have any other suggestions, please mention them in the comments below.