It’s spooky season once again.

Time for costumes, decorations, pumpkin spice and everything nice. But what would Halloween be without an eerie, creepy, freaky playlist of the best Halloween songs of all time?

We all have classics that we know and love. “Monster Mash,” “Thriller,” “Ghostbusters” and “Halloween Theme Song” will forever hold spots on our beloved fall playlists. A spooky song never fails to conjure up some Halloween vibes. For those of you looking to get into the spirit this season, here are 20 spine-chillin’ songs to add to your playlist.

1. “Season of the Witch” — Lana Del Rey

A chill, smooth, modern spin on the classic song by Donovan. Lana Del Rey’s signature tone and breathiness give this tune an eerie, fun feel.

2. “People Are Strange” — The Doors

This 1967 song by The Doors has a fun, playful, and slightly twisted sound.

3. “Sympathy for the Devil” — Rolling Stones

Can you guess his name? “Sympathy for the Devil” will pose you riddles throughout this energetic and thought-provoking tune.

4. “Dracula’s Wedding” — OutKast (feat. Kelis)

A super funky hip-hop song that gets everyone BOO-gying on Halloween.

5. “Black Magic Woman” — Santana

This Halloween groove has the classic, unique Santana sound with a mystical twist.

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6. “She’s My Witch” — Kip Tyler

Kip Tyler’s smooth vocals, the twang of the clean 50’s guitar and the tap of the cymbals combine into a dark mid-century rock beat.

7. “Freak” — Sub Urban (feat. REI AMI)

This dark-carnival-type song has a groove with airy lyrics and heavy bass.

8. “Little Ghost” — The White Stripes

A punky blues addition to the Halloween playlist with tambourines and mandolins.

9. “Psycho Killer” — Talking Heads

This popular toe-tapping song has the classic sound of the late 70s and early 80s.

10. “A Nightmare on My Street” — The Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air brings his timeless rap and hip-hop beats to this 1988 Halloween sing-along.

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11. “Spooky” — Dusty Springfield

Dusty shows off her effortlessly smooth voice in this catchy tune.

12. “Freaks Come Out at Night” — Whodini

Lace up your roller skates to this classic genius 1984 rap song.

13. “Skeleton Song” — Kate Nash

The playful song about a girl and her … skeleton?

14. “Abracadabra” — Steve Miller Band

Watch out! This song will reach out and grab ya.

15. “Halloween” — Misfits

It’s Halloween Punk at its best.

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16. “Vampire Sunrise (Halloween Version)” — Boy Epic

This spooky song with creepy sound effects will send chills down your spine.

17. “Werewolves of London” — Warren Zevon

Sure to get everyone howlin’.

18. “Witchy Woman” — The Eagles

Soft rock sounds and electric lyrics make for an enchanting song.

19. “Boris the Spider” — The Who

Can you listen to this creepily descriptive song without feeling itchy?

20. “Dead Man’s Party” — Oingo Boingo

This song fits perfectly into any 80s teen Halloween movie.