If you’ve been watching Marvel’s WandaVision show on Disney+ then you’ll by no doubt by now be aware of the song ‘Agatha All Along.’

Warning: Spoilers ahead for WandaVision.

The song was introduced at the end of episode seven of the hit show when Kathryn Hahn’s character was revealed to be the witch Agatha Harkness, who had been manipulating nearly everything that had been happening to Wanda Maximoff and The Vision in the town of Westview.

In keeping with the shows throwback sensibilities, her introduction came with its own retro-style theme song, that wouldn’t have been out of place on classic shows like The Addams Family or The Munsters.

The song instantly became an earworm and has been stuck in many people’s heads since they first heard it and has already been listened to more than one million times on Spotify.

The song, written by ‘Frozen’ and ‘Coco’ songsmiths Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez and sung by Hahn herself, has now taken on a life of its own with fans remixing it to fit different musical genres.

Trap/Hip-Hop

This one was created by hip-hop musician Leland Philpot and has easily been the most successful of the remixes so far. As you can see from the above video, fellow WandaVision star Teyonah Parris is a big fan.

Fall Out Boy

This one is a mash-up featuring the song as well as the Fall Out Boy hit ‘Uma Thurman.’

Classical

You just knew that there was going to be an orchestral cover, didn’t you?

Rock

This comes courtesy of musician Jimmy Sean and sounds like something straight out of an 80s hair metal album.

Acapella

This rather charming little number is by the duo The Hound + The Fox and it is rather bewitching.

Organ

Musician Malcolm Kogurt shows us how to play the song on an organ and it literally sounds like its come straight from Transylvania.

Ted Cruz

Even the underfire Republican senator Ted Cruz has been given a remix that mocks his recent controversial trip to Cancun, Mexico while his home state of Texas was struck with a crippling winter storm. In all honesty, this will probably sit well with his geek credentials.

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