The first time I heard the lovely song is when I was about 8 up to when I was 10 maybe, in my primary school.
I don’t remember the exact name of that childhood song already, but I still remember the lyrics and melody of that song. "Bats in the belfries, owls in the trees, cats in the cornfields, ghosts in the breeze, go trick or treating then it’s all done. Halloween’s over, but wasn’t it fun?" As the lyrics written in the song, it is about Halloween. Halloween swept in China and people got to know it since then, everyone thought it was interesting because people wore costumes during the holiday and there is no such a holiday in China. So, with curiosity, like every child, when I heard this song, I think Halloween is mysterious and funny. There are bats, owls, cats and ghosts. Moreover, the melody is cheerful in a merry mood, so we always sang that song at the top of our lungs. It was amazing.