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This article is about the song used for a chase scene in Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!. For the song by Jerry Reed in The New Scooby-Doo Movies, see Pretty Mary Sunlight (Jerry Reed).
Scooby and Shaggy in 17th Century disguises

"Pretty Mary Sunlight" is a song performed by George A. Robertson, Jr., and written by Danny Janssen and Robertson, Jr.. It was used during a chase scene in the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode, Don't Fool with a Phantom.

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 thirteen seconds (2:13).

Lyrics

Pretty Mary Sunlight (Austin Roberts)

Pretty Mary Sunlight
She's alright with me
Pretty Mary Sunlight
Everything I need

Some people sit around
And watch the world go by
They just don't know the fun they're missin'

People see me happy
And sometimes they ask me why
I tell 'em girls were made for kissin'

I don't need to look around
I'm in heaven since I found my

Pretty Mary Sunlight
She' turns the night to day
Pretty Mary Sunlight
Don't ever go away

Some people spend their whole lives
Chasing after dreams
Dreams I guess they never will believe in
Playing foolish games
Inventing fairy tales and schemes
Building fantasies that will deceive them

I don't need to look around
I'm in heaven since I found my

Pretty Mary Sunlight
She's alright with me
Pretty Mary Sunlight
Everything I need
Pretty Mary Sunlight
Turns the night to day
(Fades out)

Description

The Wax Phantom chased Shaggy Rogers and Scooby-Doo through the costume section of the , where the duo disguised themselves in 1770s costumes and then hid in a coat rack. Shaggy and Scooby then trap the Phantom in a Wax Phantom molder, and while he tried to escape, they painted a door onto a wall and then ran off. The Wax Phantom opened the door Shaggy and Scooby painted, only to collide with the wall.[1]

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