Curses! Filked Again!

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Filk Songbook
Title: Curses! Filked Again!
Publisher: Old Collinwood Publishing House
Editor(s): Pat Lammerts and Marcy Robin
Date(s): 1980
Medium: print
Subject: Dark Shadows & multimedia
Language: English
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Curses! Filked Again! is a Dark Shadows and multifandom filk 28-page zine. It was edited by Pat Lammerts and Marcy Robin and illustrated by Jo Ann Christy.

A fan writes that the illo for "The Governess" by Jo Ann Christy, one of Vicki and David, is "worth the cost alone." [1]

It is a companion book to Filksongs for All Eternity and Filksongs That Go Bump in the Night.

Contents

Are you Going?

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Pat Lammerts (lyricist)
  • Jo Ann Christy (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Scarborough Fair" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Under the Storm Clouds

  • Kathi Swan (lyricist)
  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Over the Rainbow" by E. Y. Harburg and Harold Arlen (Tune suggested or parodied)

Fear to the World

  • Daniella Curtiss (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Joy to the World" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Dark Shadows Town

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Clementine" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Sweet Miranda

  • Debbie Crocker (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Yankee Doodle" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Angelique the Witch

  • Debbie Crocker (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Camelot" by Frederick Loewe (Tune suggested or parodied)

Bring Back My Love to Me

  • Debbie Crocker (lyricist)
  • Based on: "My Bonnie" (Tune suggested or parodied)

At the Blue Whale

  • Pat Lammerts (lyricist)
  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Copacabana" by Barry Manilow (Tune suggested or parodied)

Has Anyone Seen Maggie

  • Pat Lammerts (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue" by Ray Henderson (Tune suggested or parodied)

Willie Loomis

  • Kat Evans (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Edelweiss" by Richard Rodgers (Tune suggested or parodied)

Governess

  • Daniella Curtiss (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Dancing Queen" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Jason Wants...

  • Jo Ann Christy (lyricist)
  • Pat Lammerts (lyricist)
  • Marcy Roberts (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Tit WIllow" by Arthur Sullivan (Tune suggested or parodied)

Won't You Come Home, Burke Devlin?

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Pat Lammerts (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Bill Bailey" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Not Quite Santa Claus

  • Kristi Nelson (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Up on the Housetop" by Benjamin Russell Hanby (Tune suggested or parodied)

Vampires Prowl

  • Susan Wyllie (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Jimmy Crack Corn" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Barnabas Is Coming to Town

  • Daniella Curtiss (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" by Haven Gillespie (Tune suggested or parodied)

Vampires

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Based on: "People" by Jule Styne (Tune suggested or parodied)

I Owe My Body to You

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Werewolves Are Following Me Around

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Pat Lammerts (lyricist)
  • Jo Ann Christy (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Where Oh Where Has My Werewolf Gone?

  • Jean Graham (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Where, Oh Where, Has My Little Dog Gone?" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Dark Shadows Fandom

  • "A Cursed One" (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Yankee Doodle Dandy" by George M. Cohan (Tune suggested or parodied)

Hallelujah!

  • "The Cursed Ones" (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore" (Tune suggested or parodied)

My Bat

  • "Two Cursed Ones" (lyricist)
  • Based on: "My Hat, It Has Three Corners" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Gotcha!

  • "The Cursed Ones" (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Spirituals Were Never Meant to Be Like This" (Tune suggested or parodied)

When the Moon Gets Full

  • Daniella Curtiss (lyricist)
  • Based on: "When I'm 64" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Home Way Up in Maine

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Pat Lammerts (lyricist)
  • Based on: "My Old Kentucky Home" by Stephen Foster (Tune suggested or parodied)

Vampire Joy?

  • "The Cursed Ones" (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Here We Come A-Wassailing" (Tune suggested or parodied)

White Garlic Cloves

  • "Two Cursed Ones" (lyricist)
  • Based on: "White Coral Bells" (Tune suggested or parodied)

The Lust for Blood

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Jo Ann Christy (lyricist)
  • Pat Lammerts (lyricist)
  • Based on: "The Look of Love" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Evening Shadows

  • Edlyne Bond (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Apple Blossom Time" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Barnabas

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Edelweiss" by Richard Rodgers (Tune suggested or parodied)

Collinwood

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Pat Lammerts (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Loch Lomond" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Carolyn's Lament

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Pat Lammerts (lyricist)
  • Jo Ann Christy (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Summertime" by George Gershwin (Tune suggested or parodied)

Angelique, Very Pretty

  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Pat Lammerts (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Lemon Tree" (Tune suggested or parodied)

The Legends of Collinwood Call You

  • Maria Mayer (lyricist)
  • Kathy Resch (lyricist)
  • Marcy Robin (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" (Tune suggested or parodied)

Those Were the Days

  • Paul Sousa (lyricist)
  • Based on: "Those Were the Days" (Tune suggested or parodied)

References

  1. from a comment in The World of Dark Shadows #27