Werewolves of London by Warren Zevon

created byMichelle Morissette





Predicting: Read each line and try to fill in the missing words in the gaps. Think about whether the word is a noun, verb, adjective or adverb.  What words often go together. Listen to the songs as many times as you need to. Fill in the blanks 




I saw a werewolf with a Chinese in his hand

walking through the of Soho in the
He was looking for a called Lee Ho Fook's
get a big dish of beef chow mein


of London!
Aaoooooo! (Repeat)


If you hear him around your kitchen
Better not let him in
Little old lady got late last
Werewolves of London again


Werewolves of London!
Aaoooooo! (Repeat)


He's the gent who ran amuck in
Lately he's been in Mayfair
Better from him
He'll rip your out, Jim
I'd like to meet his

Werewolves of London!
Aaoooooo! (Repeat)


Well, I saw Lon Chaney with the Queen
Doing the of London
I saw Lon Chaney, Jr. walking with the
Doing the Werewolves of
I saw a werewolf a pina colada at Trader Vics.
And his hair was


of London!
Aaoooooo! (Repeat)
Draw blood...




Lon Chaney is a famous as an actor in old horror movies.

pina colada is an alocholic drink made of

Trader  Vics is a well-known American chain of restaurants


Match  the vocabulary in part B with the definitions on the top.



         to tear something out

         to run around in a crazy way as if you are going to murder

          to hurt someone badly enough for them to bleed

        to make a long loud cry that sounds very sad like a wolf.

          to cause serious damage or injury to a person's body

     a man with hands full of hair - werewolf 





hairy handed gent


to draw blood

to run amuck


to rip

 Werewolf Howling



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