Apparently the Toreador Song (that tune Freddy plays before he ices you) has a deeper meaning, something to do with bullfighting and how tempting fate with a creature that can kill the you is worth the risk since because glory/the adrenaline rush of your life. It certainly explains why the night watchman would keep returning to work.
So I got to thinking “what kind of tinkly, whimsical, music box ditty of death would suit animatroniKlaus best?”
The Deutschlandlied is a classic, but too predictable.
Die Wacht am Rhein is fitting, the entire song is about soldiers defending the Vaterland by any means necessary (including death by haunted animatronic Nazi-pizzeria stage performer in this case. They’ll be lining up at the cemetery gates to read that tombstone.)
Or should I play the irony card and go with It's a Small World After All
Crispy: “Jeepers, that’s a nasty scar you’ve got, General! How’d ya get it?”
General Klaus: “Oh, schome crazy svashbuckling Fuchs.”
Crispy: “Golly! With a hook and everything?”
General Klaus: “Ja, but I showed him a sing or zwei. Zhey schtill haven’t finished zuh repairs on zhat schweinehund. Come, es ist nicht a schtory für junge Damen. Finish your veggie-schnitzel.”