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Tip Toe Through the Tulips (Season 6, ‘Start to Finish’)

Sam Anderson was an endearingly odd kid, but it’s still memorably strange that this is the 45 he put on his record player as he laid on the floor in his bedroom, coloring disturbing photos of the things he’d seen post-apocalypse as a stream of ants marched in through his window. After the episode aired, Scott Gimple told Yahoo TV, “I think it was just the weirdness of the song, that made it a fun choice.”
Lyrics:“Tiptoe through the window/By the window, that is where I’ll be/Come tiptoe through the tulips with me.”
(Photo: AMC)

'The Walking Dead': The 10 Best Musical Moments

Kimberly Potts
Writer, Yahoo Entertainment

To celebrate the Oct. 22 Season 8 premiere of  The Walking Dead — the series’ 100th episode — Yahoo TV will be posting a new TWD-related story every day through the season opener.

Whether you hate “Easy Street,” love “Easy Street,” or both love it and hate it because you just can’t get the undeniably infectious tune out of your head, it’s a fact that the song is among the most memorable tunes ever featured on The Walking Dead. We’ve rounded up some of our other most favorite musical moments from the series, including that perfect last song from the pilot, a totally unexpected Bee Gees number, and the song we’ll never be able to hear again without thinking of Sonequa Martin-Green and the late, great Sasha.

The Walking Dead Season 8 premieres Oct. 22 at 9 p.m. on AMC.