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DINNER WITH DRAC (Cory / Hayden) John Zacherle - 1958 A dinner was served for three At Draculas house by the sea The hors dourvres were fine But I choked on my wine When I learned that the main course was me The waitress, a vampire named Perkins Was so very fond of small gherkins While serving tea She ate forty-three Which pickled her internal workings (Instrumental Break) Igor the scalpels go on the left With the pitchforks, Igor, IGOR! What a swimmer is Dracula's daughter But they use her pool less than they oughtta When her guests dive in there, they just disappear The blood stains the boats, but its easy to float Because blood is much thicker than water (Instrumental Break) Dracula, old friend, how are things in Transylvania For dessert there was batwing confetti And the veins of a mummy named Betty I first frowned upon it But with ketchup on it It tasted very much like spaghetti Goodnight, whatever you are

    


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