This quiz is for the people who annoy their friends by singing along to every song while watching The Nightmare Before Christmas. 

But don’t be ashamed. One of the reasons why the Tim Burton film is so popular is because of all the magical music numbers that put us in the Halloween spirit all year. 

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We’re just like you, though, listening to the soundtrack around the house in preparation for Oct. 31 and beyond. While some may argue it’s a Halloween movie, the flick is just as festive for the winter months.

In honor of our shared love for the classic film, we decided to figure out which Nightmare Before Christmas song you are based on your personality and the things you love most about Halloween and Christmas. You can take that below. 

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At the end of October, legendary film composer Danny Elfman returned with his first solo song in 36 years. A regular collaborator of Burton’s, Elfman is behind notable soundtracks such as The Nightmare Before Christmas, Corpse Bride and Edward Scissorhands.

Fans of Elfman’s work were excited to see him among the lineup for Coachella 2020, which was announced in January. However, following growing concern around the coronavirus in March, the festival postponed from April to October 2020. Less than three months later, Coachella canceled 2020’s event with plans to return for April 2021.

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Those who were hoping to see the composer in the desert weren’t left disappointed as he released “Happy. The track marks his first piece of music under his solo moniker since his 1984 debut album So-Lo.

“I originally wrote ‘Happy’ to perform at Coachella 2020,” Elfman says. “It was written to be an absurd anti-pop song, designed to begin as a very simple pop tune that degrades into something more subversive. The cynical nature of the lyrics echo how I feel about living in a semi-dystopian world turned upside down.”

You can listen to the new track here.