“I Wish I Was A Witch” by Dr. Liam Maloy

 

Happy Halloween! Today’s Tuneful Tuesday song  “I Wish I Was A Witch” by Dr. Liam Maloy aka Johnny Raindrop is perfect for your Halloween playlist! In the song, the witch turns you into a frog, a bat and a worm. Children can hop, flap and squirm! They’ve got a bad reputation, but ‘witches are a wonderful creation’! Check out the music video below!

“I Wish I Was A Witch”

Lyrics

Words and Music by Liam Maloy

 

I wish I was a witch. I wish I was a witch.

With a big tall hat and a cute black cat.

And a big broomstick. I wish I was a witch.

 

One swish of my cloak is gonna make you croak.

When I wave my wand you’ll be in my pond.

When I tap on a log I’ll turn you into a frog.

 

I wish I was a witch. I wish I was a witch.

With a big tall hat and a cute black cat.

And a big broomstick. I wish I was a witch.

 

We got spells and potions. We’ve got two-for-one promotions.

We got a cauldron too to make a thick green stew

And when you drink some of that I’ll turn you into a bat

 

We got a bad reputation but witches are a wonderful creation.

Sisters gotta stick together. If men laugh we say ‘Whatever’!

I’m gonna make you squirm. I’ll turn you into a worm.

 

I wish I was a witch. I wish I was a witch.

With a big tall hat and a cute black cat.

And a big broomstick. I wish I was a witch.

 

I wish I was a witch. I wish I was a witch. I wish I was a witch.

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Meet Dr. Liam Maloy aka Jonny Raindrops

Johnny and the Raindrops have been entertaining the UK and beyond since 2008. Their ‘gigs for cool kids’ have thrilled audiences at scores of children’s festivals (including Geronimo, Gloworm, Wheeee!), family-friendly festivals (Edinburgh Fringe, Towersey, Glastonbudget, Gate to Southwell, etc.) and hundreds of parties, gigs, and events.

Songs from band’s seven albums are brought to life with costumes, props and a whole heap of help from the audience.  Future little rock stars can get onstage with guitars, tambourines, and shakers.  Expect flying teddy bears, kids in vegetable costumes, disco dancing, punk rock pogoing, pirate lessons, cats in windows, a giant chocolate bar, an enormous clock, parent-child dance-offs and much more. To learn more, click here!

3 comments

  1. What a cute song! Thank you for sharing! I love the echo element in the chorus. I bet the kids love it. So easy to sing!

  2. Very cute! Thanks for sharing Liam, I’ve put it on my “to-do”list for next Halloween!

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