In Luke Ski's continuing quest to write a funny song in tribute to every TV show, movie, video game, and cartoon he ever loved as a kid (and in many cases, still loves as an adult), the Funny Music Project (The FuMP .com) presents the following Hanna-Barbaric track. Based on an old idea by Carrie Dahlby, this 90's hip-hop hit has been transformed into an episode of everyone's favorite TV show involving mystery solving teens and their anthropomorphic talking dog, "Scooby Doo", or as he is sometimes referred to for short, "Scoob".
Velma - Carrie Dahlby
Shaggy, Scooby, & Fred - Luke Ski
Daphne - Blythe Renay
The Swamp Studio Phantom - ?????????
[Opening music from the theme to “The New Scooby Doo Movies”]
[Intro (8 measures):]
Fred: Okay gang, I'm all done setting up my trap to catch the Swamp Studio Phantom! Velma, you take lead vocals and lure him in. Daphne and I will sing chorus vocals in booth two,...
Daphne: Oh Freddie, whatta man! (*sigh*)
Fred: ...and Shaggy, you'll man the sound board.
Shaggy: Like, no fair, Fred! All the craft service food is in the main booth with Velma! (*whimper*)
Here we go, here we go, see right through your ruse.
Gang, what's my weakness? (Gang: CLUES!) We can't lose.
Jeepers! Creepers, creaking a door hinge.
I'll don my knee-socks and turtleneck of orange.
The freaks and geeks who make some more cringe,
like Miner 49'er, Captain Cutler, Space Kook, and
wicked witches? (Scooby: Ruh?!) All fictitious. (Phew!)
I'm a skeptic who lives scientific.
A cheap sheet ghost don't make me believe
when you roll with me, Velma Dinkley.
Shaggy and I tip-toed and slipped by the bad guy so sneaky,
then he tripped and flipped us down the stairs like two Slinkys.
JINKIES! Hopefully that boy makes passes
at nerdy girls always losing their glasses
who know how you do that voodoo that you do
so well. It's not a spell. Swell! Makes me holler “Scooby Doo!”
Ummm, the man with the plan, major ascot fan.
Freddie Jones is always ready with his Chevy van.
Mystery Machine rolls into the action.
Watch Fred set off a Rube Goldberg contraption.
Pull the switch and SNAP! Monster's in our trap!
Or maybe not. Who got kidnapped?
Of course it's Daphne Blake, looking lovely.
Like Prinze wed, she looks just like “Buffy - [*stake vamp SFX*] -
The Vampire Slayer” with more flair, debonair.
Scarf, purple dress, and red hair.
Damsel in distress, loves Freddie the best.
Yes Shaggy ingests ice cream to excess.
Chocolate chip, honey dipped, triple-decker scoop. (Shaggy: *chomp!* *gulp!*)
Second biggest stomach in the group. The first belongs to...
Fred & Daphne:
Scoob. Scooby Doo. Scooby Doo. (Scooby: Baby, rey!)
13 Ghosts Of Scooby Doo.
Scooby Doo. Scooby Doo. (Scooby: Don't you know, I'm Scooby Doo, baby!)
He's A Pup Named Scooby Doo.
Scooby Doo. Scooby Doo.
Hey What's New with Scooby Doo?
Scooby Doo. Scooby Doo.
Just Be Cool now, Scooby Doo.
Forget about Speed Buggy, Josie and the Pussycats.
Just ask Cher, Don Knotts, or Mama Cass.
With 70's celebs we're rated
A-number-1, Mystery Incorporated!
[*“Puppy Power!” “Shaddap!”*] …I hate Scrappy. [← sound bite from T.H.B. Polka]
Happy when he's not around to make our show crappy.
(Fake Sinatra: (scats:) Scooby Dooby Doooo!)
Strangers in the night fill my doggie with fright
'til I stop canine anxiety attacks
when I bribe 'em with a whole box of Scooby Snacks.
Hiding ancient Spears, or a giant Ruby,
or pirate booty? Soon SCOOBY DOOBY DOO (← Scooby with Velma)
will find you. He's a Great Dane, unleashed off the chain.
When you hear Shaggy sayin' “WHERE ARE YOU?!”, (← Shaggy with Velma)
soon our Who-Dunnit's through.
Get a clue. You know we're down with Scoob.
Phantom: ('RAAAAAAAA!' monster noises)
Daphne: Oh my goodness! Shaggy! behind you!
Shaggy: YIKES! Like, run Scoob!
(Shaggy and Scooby scream while Phantom chases them roaring) [*doors opening/closing*]
Fred: Get him to chase you into booth one by Velma!...
Velma: ...He's coming this way! Ooh!
Shaggy (with Scooby): ZOINKS!
Like, S to the D wanna snack with me? Cool! (Ruh-huh!)
Fillin' up with glee (Reah!), from my bellbottoms to my goatee. (Rat's right!)
I'm mainly known for my cowardice. Beef Sweet-And-Sour dish?
Mmm, Mmm, Mmm! I'll devour this! (*chomp!*)
Hey man don't hog that last hot dog! (Hot dog!)
Twelve inches a footlong (yum!), when suddenly a monster bog frog! (Rikes!)
Grouchy from his dirt nap. What a mishap!
Like, time to end this rap. Freddie, spring the trap! [*chunk*] We got 'em Scoob!
[Outro (16 measures):]
Fred: Now let's see who the Swamp Studio Phantom really is... [*unmasking sound*]
Shaggy: He's, like, that comedy musician who did that song parody about me!
Dino-Mike: I wanted my song to be the only “Scooby-Doo” related parody! And I would have gotten away with it too, if it hadn't been for you meddling kids!
Daphne: There's one musician who didn't forget to stay demented!
Velma: And that solves the case of the Swamp Studio Phantom!
Shaggy: Like, at least we can eat now! Hey Scoob, pass the Salt 'N Pepa!
Scooby: Scooby Dooby Doo!
from 4th Grade Talent Show,
track released June 24, 2014
Lyrics by the great Luke Ski.
Vocals by Carrie Dahlby and the great Luke Ski.
Music & final mix by Bob Emmet.
Featuring cameos by Blythe Renay and Dino-Mike.
"the great Luke Ski" is The Dr. Demento Show's most requested artist of the 21st Century. His parodies and original songs
about pop-culture have made him a favorite performer at fandom conventions all across the country. Founding member of The Funny Music Project, aka 'the FuMP' .com .
Luke Ski is an animation Storyboarder, Writer, & Voice-Over Actor.
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