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I Walked with a Zombie is the third track on Wednesday 13s first solo album Transylvania 90210: Songs of Death, Dying, and the Dead. Its the only single by American horror punk musician Wednesday 13. It was inspired by the film of the same name. The single was released in 2005 by Roadrunner Records.

LyricsEdit

(Spoken: Shocking terror beyond your imagination, Wednesday 13 in I Walked with a Zombie)

I'm damned if I voodoo, and I'm dead if I don't

Kick the crypt and baby walk with me

And we'll find a new place to haunt

Now the dead can't die, they're not alive

I've got one walking by my side

It's a curse, a hex, tell me what comes next

Tie the noose around my neck


See you in the graveyard at midnight

Such a horrifying delight

Your ice-cold touch, it feels so right

And just last night

I walked with a zombie, zombie, zombie

I walked with a zombie, zombie, zombie

I walked with a zombie


Her stare is so demanding and her clothes are so commanding

She makes me feel like a kid in a candy shop

With my head on the butcher block

You're the only one for me, I'm in love with a decomposing zombie

Beauty's on duty in this horror movie

Make me spill my guts with just one touch



See you in the graveyard at midnight

Such a horrifying delight

Your ice-cold touch, it feels so right

And just last night

I walked with a zombie, zombie, zombie

I walked with a zombie, zombie, zombie

I walked with a zombie...



She makes me do everything she wants me to

And that's okay with me because I'm walking with a zombie!

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See you in the graveyard at midnight

Such a horrifying delight

Your ice-cold touch, it feels so right

And just last night

I walked with a zombie, zombie, zombie

I walked with a zombie, zombie, zombie

I walked with a zombie, zombie, zombie

I walked with a zombie, zombie, zombie

I walked with a

Zombie, zombie, zombie, zombie


I Walked with a Zombie (Movie)Edit

I Walked with a Zombie is a 1943 horror film directed by Jacques Tourneur. It was the second horror film from producer Val Lewton for RKO Pictures; the first was the very successful Cat People, also directed by Tourneur. The film was edited by Mark Robson, who would later direct The Seventh Victim and The Ghost Ship for producer Lewton.

As was typical of many of Lewton's horror films, he was given the film's title and, with the aid of credited writers, he created the story around the title, in this case borrowing elements of Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre. Also typical of many Lewton films, the supernatural is treated ambiguously, and it's never entirely clear how some events should be interpreted.

In 2007, Stylus Magazine named it the fifth best Zombie movie of all time.

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