Halloween by Phoebe Bridgers Lyrics

I hate living by the hospital
The sirens go all night
I used to joke that if they woke you up
Somebody better be dying
Sick of the questions I keep asking you
They make you live in the past
But I can count on you to tell me the truth
When you've been drinking and you're wearing a mask

Baby, it's Halloween
And we can be anything
Oh, come on, man
We can be anything

Always surprised by what I do for love
Some things I never expect
They killed a fan down by the stadium
Was only visiting, they beat him to death

Baby, it's Halloween
And we can be anything
Oh, come on, man
We can be anything
Baby, it's Halloween
There's a last time for everything
Oh, come on, man
We can be anything

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Whatever you want
I'll be whatever you want
Whatever you want
Be whatever you want
I'll be whatever you want
Whatever you want
I'll be whatever you want
Whatever you want
Whatever you want

Halloween Music Tracks

  • Halloween

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  • Halloween

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  • Phoebe Bridgers – Halloween

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About Halloween

"Halloween" is the (folk, folk rock, indie, indie rock, rock) 5th track by emo, folk rock, indie rock singer, song writer "Phoebe Bridgers" from Phoebe Bridgers's 2nd studio album Punisher. "Halloween" (4:31 min) song was recorded at Sound City Studios, Van Nuys, CA and was released on June 18, 2020 through Dead Oceans and under ℗© 2020 Dead Oceans.

Halloween is written by Conor Oberst, Christian Lee Hutson, Phoebe Bridgers and is produced by The Trilemma, Phoebe Bridgers, Ethan Gruska, Tony Berg.

The song "Halloween" by Phoebe Bridgers is available in Digital Mp3 Download and Streaming formats on music online shopping store Apple Music/iTunes, Amazon Music & on online music streaming site Spotify.

Phoebe Bridgers via Apple Music:

I started it with my friend Christian Lee Hutson. It was actually one of the first times we ever hung out. We ended up just talking forever and kind of shitting out this melody that I really loved, literally hanging out for five hours and spending 10 minutes on music. It’s about a dead relationship, but it doesn’t get to have any victorious ending. It’s like you’re bored and sad and you don’t want drama, and you’re waking up every day just wanting to have shit be normal, but it’s not that great. He lives right by Children’s Hospital, so when we were writing the song, it was like constant ambulances, so that was a depressing background and made it in there. The other voice on it is Conor Oberst’s. I was kind of stressed about lyrics — I was looking for a last verse and he was like, “Dude, you’re always talking about the Dodger fan who got murdered. You should talk about that.” And I was like, “Jesus Christ. Alright.” The Better Oblivion record was such a learning experience for me, and I ended up getting so comfortable halfway through writing and recording it. By the time we finished a whole f**king record, I felt like I could show him a terrible idea and not be embarrassed — I knew that he would just help me. Same with boygenius: It’s like you’re so nervous going in to collaborating with new people and then by the time you’re done, you’re like, “Damn, it’d be easy to do that again.” Your best show is the last show of tour.