Halloween is all about wacky costumes, good food and, of course, carving up pumpkins. This tradition has been around for many decades but still manages to remain popular in modern times. In fact, pumpkin carving is so popular that there have been many songs written about this age-old practice. As you might imagine, these songs are mostly aimed at children but parents can definitely enjoy them as well. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the best Halloween pumpkin songs that you can play to get in the mood for the upcoming holiday.
One of the best known Halloween pumpkin songs is also one of the simplest ones on this list. Five Little Pumpkins is a pretty basic counting song for children but feel free to count along even if you’re an adult.
Sticking to the realm of Halloween pumpkin songs for children, we have a holiday version of the popular I’m a Little Teapot. The melody is identical to the aforementioned song but the lyrics are all about pumpkins.
This one is also a holiday version of a popular song that every child is familiar with. As you’ve probably guessed already, Ring Around the Pumpkin is just a Ring Around the Rosie but with modified lyrics to better suit Halloween.
A great Halloween pumpkin song for children who want to learn how to make their first jack-o’-lanterns. It’s a very simple song but can be quite educational for those who are not familiar with the process.
Not to be confused with the book by the same name written by John Everson, The Pumpkin Man is a lesser-known Halloween pumpkin song that often gets overlooked. Make sure to give it a try this Halloween.
This pumpkin Halloween song describes the process of making a jack-o’-lantern in a very innocent and playful way. According to the lyrics, pumpkins are just as excited for Halloween as people.
Another very simple Halloween pumpkin song designed for children. This one doesn’t have too many lyrics, which makes it a great pick for kids who are just now learning how to sing.
Are you looking for a Halloween pumpkin song that has the melody of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star but with lyrics that are more appropriate for the holiday? Well, you’re in luck because Pumpkin, Pumpkin is exactly the song you were looking for. Not to be confused with the other Pumpkin, Pumpkin song on this list.
We’re back to Halloween pumpkin songs for children now as we approach the end of the list. Did You Ever See a Pumpkin is another short and simple song that teachers can enjoy alongside their students during Halloween.
Pretty much every country has its own version of this song but you’re probably most familiar with it as Frere Jacques or the English version, Brother John. Mr. Pumpkin has the same melody but with different lyrics that are more suitable for Halloween.
Many of the Halloween pumpkin songs we talked about today are modified nursery rhymes that have been passed down from generation to generation. While you can find them all on YouTube, these songs don’t have an official version so you may need to look around a bit in order to find a version that sounds good. Once you do find a version you like, consider downloading the song with DVDFab YouTube to MP3 to avoid wasting time searching for the song every time you want to play it. The software can also be used to download entire playlists so it’s even better if you can find a playlist that contains all these Halloween pumpkin songs.
Here’s how the tool works:
1. After installing DVDFab 10 you’ll want to go to the Utilities section where you can find a tool labeled YouTube to MP3.
2. Open the tool in question and then search for the songs you want to download on YouTube. Once you find a song you like, copy its URL.
3. Return to the software and paste the URL in to begin the download process.
4. Wait a few seconds until the download has finished and then simply go to the destination folder to play the MP3 version of the song.
Halloween pumpkin songs are a great way to celebrate the upcoming holiday together with your whole family. Many of these songs are also quite educational so they’re a great fit for children. That said, these types of songs aren’t exactly entertaining for most adults so make sure to add a few grown-up songs as well to your Halloween-themed playlist. Once your playlist is complete, make sure to download it with DVDFab YouTube MP3 so you won’t have to worry about any ads or other interruptions.