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"Love the World" is a song performed by George A. Robertson, Jr., and written by Danny Janssen. It was used for a chase scene in the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode, Haunted House Hang-Up.

In 1998, the song was featured on Kid Rhino's soundtrack, Scooby-Doo's Snack Tracks: The Ultimate Collection. The song runs for two minutes and twenty-two seconds (2:22).

Lyrics

Love The World

Badada
Badada
Badada
Dadadadadadah

You've got to love the world, be a friend
And when you're down, you've got to get up again
And when you're blue, here's what you do:
Just sing this happy tune...

Come on now!

Badada
Badada
Badada
Dadadadadadah

Badada
Badada
Dadadadadadah

Talked to the sun, said: "How do you do?
I've got a problem and I'm counting on you"
What he said pleased me
He said: "Happy is easy; here's all you got to do:"

You've got to love the world, be a friend
And when you're down, you've got to get up again
And when you're blue, here's what you do:
Just sing this happy tune...

Come on now!

It's been long time now since I've been blue,
Cause happy is easy when you know what to do
Just loving the world, try to be a friend
When someone ask you just tell them again:

You've got to love the world, be a friend,
And when you're down, you've got to get up again;
And when you're blue, here's what you do:
Just sing this happy tune...

Come on now!

Badada
Badada
Badada
Dadadadadadah

Badada
Badada
Dadadadadadah
(Fades out)

Description

Scooby-Doo, Shaggy Rogers, and Velma Dinkley run into the Headless Specter while searching for clues in the Stillwall mansion. They were then chased over different parts of the mansion until they got outside, via the telephone wire, crashing down into the well.[1]

Notes/trivia

  • It was later recycled into the 1972 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie, Tabitha and Adam and the Clown Family, in which the aforementioned circus-performing family plays and sings the song as part of their circus act.

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