List of The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 songs

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Big Mouth and Kootie Pie singing "Stomp My Name on the Walk of Fame" in "Dadzilla".

The following is a list of the various songs featured in The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3. Songs in italics are real songs that were edited out in later airings, but are still present in the Dutch (except "Princess Toadstool for President"), Finnish, Greek, Italian, Norwegian, Brazilian Portuguese, American Spanish, Latin American Spanish, and Swedish versions.

Songs[edit]

Ninja Man[edit]

In the episode, "Sneaky Lying Cheating Giant Ninja Koopas", Ninja Man plays as Mario, accidentally turned into Good Truthful Honest Giant Ninja Mario by King Koopa, fights the Sneaky Lying Cheating Giant Ninja Koopas.

You're a head-banded
Sweat-banded
Underhanded ninja man!
A tough talkin'
Fast walkin'
Koopa stalkin' ninja man!
A double quick hard to lick lunatic!
Ninja man we're gonna get you, yeah!
You're a head-banded
Sweat-banded
Underhanded ninja man!
A tough talkin'
Fast walkin'
Ninja man!

The Frog[edit]

In the episode "Reptiles in the Rose Garden", Mario becomes Frog Mario to find the White House after King Koopa banishes it to the bottom of the Mushroom Sea. The Frog plays as Frog Mario is chased by a Blooper Nanny, and later a Jelectro.

Do the frog!
Croak croak croak!
Do the frog!
It's no joke!
When you think you're gonna sink (do the frog)
It's more easy than you think (do the frog)
You will look so green and slimy
And you've never been so grimy

Do the frog
Croak, croak, croak
Do the frog
It's no joke (it isn't no joke)
Do the frog
Do the frog
Croak, croak, croak
Do the frog
It's no joke

Wipe Out[edit]

In the episode "Mind Your Mummy Mommy, Mario", Wipe Out plays as Luigi, Princess Toadstool and Toad escape from Castle Koopa with Prince Mushroomkhamen's mummy case. Wipe Out is an actual song by The Surfaris, and has since been edited out in later airings of the show.

The Latin American version makes the first few seconds of the song almost entirely muted.

Wipe out!

Slippin' and Slidin'[edit]

In the episode "The Beauty of Kootie", Mario's group sprays oil at the Koopa Troopas to ward them off as Slippin' and Slidin' plays. Slippin' and Slidin' is an actual song by Little Richard, and has since been edited out in later airings of the show. However, the song cover can still be heard on the King Koopa Katastrophe DVD.

Slippin' and a slidin', peepin' and a hidin'
Been told a long time ago
Slippin' and a slidin', peepin' and a hidin'
Been told a long time ago
I've been told, baby, you've been told,
I won't be your fool no more!
Oh My Linda, she's a solid sender, you know you better surrender
Oh My Linda, she's a solid sender, you know you better surrender
Slippin' and a slidin', peepin' and a hidin'
I won't be your fool no more!!
Slippin' and a slidin', peepin' and a hidin'
I won't be your fool no more!

Great Balls of Fire[edit]

In the episode "Princess Toadstool for President", Mario and Luigi cross a fire pit dodging Hot Foots and Fire Snakes as Great Balls of Fire plays. Great Balls of Fire is an actual song by Jerry Lee Lewis, and has since been edited out in later airings of the show.

You shake my nerves and you rattle my brain
Your kind of love drives a man insane
Hey, you broke my will
But what a thrill
Goodness gracious, great balls of fire!
I laughed at love 'cause I thought it was funny
You came along and you moved me honey
Oh no
I've changed my mind, love is fine
Goodness gracious, great balls of fire!
Kiss me baby,
Oohoohoohoohooh, ooh, it feels good
Hold me baby
You let me love you like a lover should
Goodness gracious, great balls of fire!

Without Gettin' Burned[edit]

Without Gettin' Burned is played in two episodes, "Never Koop a Koopa" and "Misadventures in Babysitting". In Never Koop a Koopa, a shorter version plays as Mario's group runs from two Fire Chomps that chase them throughout Castle Koopa. In Misadventures in Babysitting, a longer version plays after Kooky floods the Pipe Maze with lava. The Writer's Bible extra for Princess Toadstool also contains the very beginning of the song.

Never Koop a Koopa

Here's the lowdown on how to be hot!
Gimme an ear and you'll hear a lot!
Get down dirty,
Use your brain
To flush the enemy down the drain!

Ya gotta sizzle, dude!
If you're gonna learn how to keep cookin', dude,
Without (without, without)
Gettin' burned (Yes!)
Without (without, without)
Gettin' burned
Ya gotta sizzle without gettin' burned!

Misadventures in Babysitting

Here's the lowdown on how to be hot!
Gimme an ear and you'll hear a lot!
Get down dirty,
Use your brain
To flush the enemy down the drain!

Ya gotta sizzle, dude!
If you're gonna learn how to keep cookin', dude,
Without (without, without)
Gettin' burned (Yes!)

Every dude's gotta understand
A brother in the bush is worth two in the hand
A way to put 'em in their place
Is to double cros 'em,
Face to face!

Ya gotta sizzle, dude!
Sizzle without gettin' burned!

Princess Toadstool Writer's Bible

Here's the lowdown on how to be hot!

Girls Just Want to Have Fun[edit]

In the episode "Reign Storm", Princess Toadstool goes on vacation in Hawaii, where she meets a surfer named Cutter. As the two of them engage in various activities, Girls Just Want to Have Fun plays. The song later plays when Toad and Princess Toadstool enter the castle to stop the crowning of King Koopa. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun is an actual song by Cyndi Lauper, and has since been edited out in later airings of the show. However, the song cover can still be heard on the King Koopa Katastrophe DVD.

Parts of this song can also be heard in the live-action segment of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! episode "Captain Lou Is Missing", in which Cyndi Lauper guest starred as herself.

Part 1

The phone rings... in the middle of the night
My father yells "Watcha gonna do with your life?"
Daddy dear, you know you're still number one,
But girls... just want to have fu-un
Oh girls... just want to have
That's all they really waaaaaaaant
Just fuuuuuuuuun
When the work and day is day,
Oh girls,
They want to have fun!

Part 2

Oh girls just want to have fuuuuuuuun
They want to have fun
Girls;
They want to have fun
Girls;
They want to have fun
Girls;
They want to have fun
Girls;
They want to have fun!

Baby Face[edit]

In the episode "Toddler Terrors of Time Travel", a time travel mishap to stop the Mario Bros. from ever coming to the Mushroom Kingdom reverts King Koopa, Kooky, Mario, Luigi and Toad to babies as they travel back in time to Brooklyn. As babies, King Koopa and Kooky pursue Mario, Luigi and Toad through the streets to Baby Face. Baby Face is an extremely altered version of the original song originally performed by Jan Garber, and has since been edited out in later airings of the show. However, the song cover can still be heard on the King Koopa Katastrophe DVD.

Baby chase!
Why did you send us on this baby chase?
They're searching everywhere and every place
Baby chase!
Wonder where he's hiding?
We know we've got to find him
Baby chase!
How could he disappear and leave without a trace?
But now we're on the track
We're gonna get him back,
And end this baby chase!

Baby chase!
How could he disappear and leave without a trace?
But now we're on the track
We're gonna get him back,
And end this baby chase!

Stomp My Name on the Walk of Fame[edit]

In the episode "Dadzilla", Big Mouth and Kootie Pie bring the movie monster Madzilla to life, and convince him that he is their real father so that they can run amok in Hollywood. Madzilla eventually brings the entire Hollywood Bowl to Big Mouth and Kootie Pie for them to perform their own concert, at which point they sing Stomp My Name on the Walk of Fame.

I'm gonna stomp my name on the Walk of Fame!
Wail on my guitar!
I'm gonna stomp my name on the Walk of Fame!
I'm gonna be a star!
I've got what it takes (yeah!)
With the right breaks
I'll stomp my name...
...On the Walk of Fame! (yeah)

Rock and roll's famous teen
Covered on every magazine
I can see my name in lights
Hollywood's gonna treat me right!
Wa, wa, Koopa Koo...

Burn Baby Burn[edit]

In the episode "Tag Team Trouble", Burn Baby Burn plays in the background of Mario and Luigi's workout montage as they prepare for the Mushroom Wrestling Federation's wrestling tournament.

The instrumental was played in place of "Bad" in "King Mario of Cramalot", "Born to Be Wild" in "Toad Warriors", "Baby Sittin' Boogie" in "Two Plumbers and a Baby", "Weird Science" in "Koopenstein", "Beat It" in "The Unzappables", "Walk Like an Egyptian" in "The Ten Koopmandments", and "Money (That's What I Want)" in "The Great Gold Coin Rush".

The lines in red are not played during the episode, and can only be heard on the bonus disc of the Shout! Factory DVD set.

Stop, baby, stop!
Turn, baby, turn!
Keep on pumpin' iron,
Burn, baby, burn!
When there's no pain
You know there is no gain.
So burn, baby, baby,
Burn, baby, burn!

Build it up, oh yeah!
Trim it down! (Down! Down!)
Be the coolest dude... around!

Take what's weak! (Yes!)
Make it strong! (Real strong!)
Get in shape,
It won't be long!

Stop, baby, stop!
Turn, baby, turn!
Keep on pumpin' iron,
Burn, baby, burn!
When there's no pain,
You know there is no gain.
So burn, baby, baby,
Burn, baby, burn!
Burn, baby, baby,
Burn, baby, burn!

The Double Cross[edit]

In the episode "Oh, Brother!", a short instrumental of The Double Cross is played when Mario is listening to music at the beginning in the episode. In the Italian dub, The Double Cross is played instead of Brotherly Love. In the episode "Crimes R Us", The Double Cross plays as the Koopalings invade the Mushroom Kingdom Treasury, only to meet the Mario brothers there, who send them away with the help of Crime Wave Clyde. In the Italian dub, Burn Baby Burn is played instead.

Double crossing!
Double trouble!
Down and dirty!
On the double!
Twice as crooked!
Twice as shifty!
Two-time swindling!
Twice as nifty!

Lie, cheat and steal!
It's an underhanded trait!
But once you get the upper hand
Dude, you've got it made!

Double crossing!
Double trouble!
Down and dirty!
On the double!
Twice as crooked!
Twice as shifty!
Two-time swindling!
Twice as nifty!
Double crossing!

Brotherly Love[edit]

In the episode "Oh, Brother!", Brotherly Love is played while Luigi swims through a flooded Pipe Maze in a Frog Suit to rescue Mario, who has been captured by King Koopa and Kooky, despite their recent fight. This is the only song to not be present at all in the Italian dub, being replaced with The Double Cross.

I say yes,
You say no
I like rain,
You like snow!
It's one of the wonders life's made of
Folks call it brotherly love!

I feel happy,
You feel sad
I stay cool
When you get mad
It's one of the wonders life's made of
Folks call it brotherly love!
We call it brotherly love!

Chill Out[edit]

In the episode "Misadventure of Mighty Plumber", King Koopa and Mighty Plumber chase after Mario and Luigi through the flooded Pipe Maze while Chill Out plays.

Run down, runway doin' seventy-five
Freeze it with the rapid strive to survive
Burn it to be rescued from an enemy attack
Think you're gonna hit 'em but you don't look back!

Chill out!
Keep your cool!
Super Plumber is nobody's fool!
Chill out!
When the goin' gets tough!
Super Plumber knows his stuff!

Plunger in your hand
Yes, that's true
And if anybody can
Super Plumber can!

Chill out!
Keep your cool!
Super Plumber is nobody's fool!
Chill out!
When the goin' gets tough!
Super Plumber knows his stuff!
Chill out!
Just keep your cool!
'Cuz Super Plumber knows his stuff!

I'm a Hurricane[edit]

I'm a Hurricane is played in two episodes, "A Toadally Magical Adventure" and "7 Continents for 7 Koopas". In "A Toadally Magical Adventure", a shorter version plays while Mario and Toad fight against the Koopas and the pipe creatures. In "7 Continents for 7 Koopas", a longer version plays as Mario's group reclaim the seven continents of the Real World from the Koopalings.

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A Toadally Magical Adventure

The eye of the storm
Headin' our way!
Like it or not
I aim it to stay!
Thunderin' down like fire and ice!
Watch where you walk
Cuz lightning strikes twice!

I'm a hurricane!
I'm a hurricane! (Yes!)
I'm a hurricane!
I'm a hurricane!

7 Continents for 7 Koopas

The eye of the storm
Headin' our way!
Like it or not
I aim it to stay!
Thunderin' down like fire and ice!
Watch where you walk
Cuz lightning strikes twice!

I'm a hurricane!
I'm a hurricane! (Yes!)
Nuttin' can stop me,
I conquer with force!
Hittin' my target
And stayin' on course!
Comin' on strong
Gatherin' speed
I do what I want
To get what I need!

I'm a hurricane!
I'm a hurricane! (yes)
Nuttin' can stop me,
I conquer with force!
Hittin' my target
And stayin' on course!
Comin' on strong
Gatherin' speed
I do what I want
To get what I need!

I'm a hurricane!
I'm a hurricane!

Do The Koopa[edit]

In the episode "Do the Koopa", King Koopa plays the song Do The Koopa with the Doom Dancer Music Box to make his Koopalings and everyone in the Mushroom Kingdom dance to their doom.

Do the Koopa
Rip the hoopa
Do a loop de loopa
Or you'll be a party poopa!

Everybody do the Koopa!
Everybody shout and pout!
Everybody do the Koopa!
Everybody shake your snout!
Everybody do the Koopa!
Everybody shake your scales!
Everybody do the Koopa!
Everybody wag your tails!

Do the Koopa
Rip the hoopa
Do a loop de loopa
Or you'll be a party poopa!

Everybody do the Koopa!
Once you start you can't stop! (No!)
Everybody do the Koopa!
Bop, hop, flop and slop
And rock, rock, rock until you drop, drop, drop!
Do the Koopa!
Rip the hoopa!
Do the Koopa!

Blame It on the Rain[edit]

In the episode "Kootie Pie Rocks", Milli Vanilli sing Blame It on the Rain during their first on stage performance. Blame It on the Rain is an actual song by Milli Vanilli, and has since been edited out in later airings of the show.

Blame it on the rain
Yeah, yeah
Blame it on the stars
Yo girl
You said you didn't need her
You told her good bye-ye
You sacrificed the good love
To satisfy your pride
Now you wish that you should had her
You are such a fool
You let her walk away-ay
Now it just don't-

Girl You Know It's True[edit]

In the episode "Kootie Pie Rocks", Milli Vanilli sing Girl You Know It's True when attempting to satisfy Kootie Pie and during their second on stage performance. Girl You Know It's True is an actual song by Milli Vanilli and has been edited out in later airings of the show. The length of the second part of the song differs between the English, Finnish, Greek, American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, and Norwegian versions, the Swedish version, and the Italian version.

Part 1

I'm in love girl
I'm so in love girl
I'm just in love girl
And this is true
Girl you know it's true
I love you

Girl you know it's true

Part 2 (English, Finnish, Greek, American Spanish, and Norwegian)

I'm in love girl
Nice
I'm so in love girl
I'm so in love girl
And this is true
Girl you know it's true
I love you
Yes, you know

Part 2 (Swedish)

I'm in love girl
Nice
I'm so in love girl
I'm so in love girl
And this is true

Part 2 (Italian)

I'm in love girl
Nice
I'm so in love girl

My Frog Suit[edit]

In the episode "Mush-Rumors", My Frog Suit plays as Mario and Luigi attempt to protect the Real World family's car from being submerged into the river by King Koopa's Chain Chomps.

The instrumental was played in place of "Shaddap You Face" in "The Great Gladiator Gig", "Shut Down" in "The Great BMX Race", "White Wedding" in "Do You Princess Toadstool Take this Koopa...?", "Hit the Road Jack" in "The Pied Koopa", and "I Hear You Knocking" in "The Trojan Koopa".

I have a passion for the latest fashion!
I dress the part wherever I may be!
When I'm underwater
I wear what I ought'er
To wipe out the enemy!

In my Frog Suit!
I can dive down deep!
In my Frog Suit!
I can lunge and leap!
Hour by hour
A tower of power
Whenever I'm bein' a frog!
In my Frog Suit!
I can dive down deep!
In my Frog Suit!
I can lunge and leap!
Hour by hour
A tower of power
Whenever I'm bein' a frog!

I am able to win when I have a plan! (Come on, yeah!)
I swim like a frog
But I think like a man!

In my Frog Suit!
I can dive down deep!
In my Frog Suit!
I can lunge and leap!
Hour by hour
A tower of power
Whenever I'm bein' a frog! Yes!

Never Kiss a Mermaid[edit]

In the episode "The Ugly Mermaid", Mario has done everything in his power to avoid Holly Mackerel, and Never Kiss a Mermaid plays when he has to conquer his fear of water to save the city of Mertropolis.

I'll tell you a tale
Listen if you wish
It's about a lady who was partly fish
She met a plumber
Who flipped her fins
And that's precisely how our story begins

Never kiss a mermaid
Cuz if you do
The mermaid's gonna wanna marry you!

Hey, now listen up here!
The mermaid only wanted to spend her life
Livin' underwater as the plumber's wife
The plumber swam away from the deep blue sea
Saying, "Being with a mermaid isn't right for me!"

Never kiss a mermaid
Cuz if you do
The mermaid's gonna wanna marry you!
Never kiss a mermaid
Cuz if you do
The mermaid's gonna wanna marry you!

Life Of A Dog[edit]

In the episode "Life's Ruff", Hip and Hop steal King Windbag's magic wand, which they use to turn the king and Luigi into dogs. As Luigi and King Windbag chase Hip and Hop through Ice Land, Life Of A Dog plays. Note that the lines in red are not played during the episode, and can only be heard on the bonus disc of the Shout! Factory DVD set.

The instrumental was played in place of the second instance of "Surfin' Bird in "The Bird! The Bird!", the first instance of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" in "Mario and the Beanstalk", "Great Balls of Fire" in "The Fire of Hercufleas", "Limbo Rock" in "Pirates of Koopa", and "Danger Zone" in "Mario and the Red Baron Koopa".

It's a dog's life
And man, it's rough
It's a dog's life
I think I've had enough!
Both my hands have turned into feet!
I feel pretty weird
Walkin' down the street!

It's a dog's life
And man, it's rough
It's a dog's life
Ruff, ruff, ruff!
I'd much rather talk than growl
And I'd much rather yell than howl!
Bein' a bow-wow is hard to face
I want to be part of the human race!
It's a dog's life
And man, it's rough
It's a dog's life
I think I've had enough!

Both my hands have turned into feet!
I feel pretty weird
Walkin' down the street!
It's a dog's life!

Ruff, ruff, ruff!
It's a dog's life!

What Goes Up May Never Come Down[edit]

In the episode "Up, Up, and a Koopa", King Koopa and Kooky use the Kooper-Dooper Raiser-Upper to levitate most of the Mushroom Kingdom up to Sky Land. When Kooky sets the Raiser-Upper to Chaos Mode, people and objects go flying out of control, while What Goes Up May Never Come Down plays.

The instrumental was played in place of "That's Amore" in "Mario and Joliet" and "Jingle Bell Rock" in "Koopa Klaus".

Up in the air,
Lost in the sky,
Streaking through space,
Flying so high.
Caught by the wind,
Tumbling around,
What goes up may never come down!

Up in the air,
Lost in the sky,
Streaking through space,
Flying so high!
Caught by the wind,
Tumbling around,
What goes up may never come down!

Town Painting[edit]

In the episode "True Colors", Kooky and Cheatsy use the Koopa Color Goopa from the Doom Ship to paint the Mushroom Kingdom citizens either red or blue while Town Painting plays.

The instrumental was played in place of "Magic Carpet Ride" in "Mario's Magic Carpet", the second instance of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" in "Mario and the Beanstalk", the second instance of "Jungle Love" in "Jungle Fever", "Peter Gunn" in "The Adventures of Sherlock Mario", "Splish Splash" in "20,000 Koopas Under the Sea", and "Workin' for a Livin'" in "Plummers Academy".

The lines in red are not played during the episode, and can only be heard on the bonus disc of the Shout! Factory DVD set.

Zoomin' down town
Down, down, down!
To change the town
Town, town, town!
Half will be red!
Half will be blue!
Brother against brother!
Divided in two!
When the Koopas
Paint the town!

Yes! (Hey, Salvador Dali!)
The fate of your kingdom
Will be up against the wall! (Wall! Wall!)
When folks of different colors
Can't get along at all! (Yeah!)
What's the matter with you?!
We're Koopas! (Yeah!)
Hey, Botticelli, hand me a paintbrush!
Give us room!
Room, room, room!
To bring doom, doom, doom!
Doom, doom, doom!
Right from the start!
Up 'til the end!
Neighbor fighting neighbor!
Friend against friend!
When the Koopas (Koopas!)
Paint the town!
When the Koopas
Paint the town!

Smelly Town[edit]

In the episode "Recycled Koopa", the Koopas resort to dumping their garbage down a Warp Pipe to Brooklyn, where it turns all the humans into Koopa Zombies. As Mario and Luigi try to clean up the garbage themselves, the Koopa Zombies chase them while Smelly Town plays.

We're pilin' up garbage in a great big heap
Stench City, USA!
It smells so awful it can make me weep
Stench City, USA!
Dumpin' down from heaven above
It's just an expression of Koopa love!
Stench City, USA!
Stench City, USA!
We're gonna spread slime over everyone
Stench City, USA!
Never remember havin' so much fun
Stench City, USA!
Meetin' the enemy face to face
Spillin' our garbage on the human race!
Stench City, USA! (yeah)
Stench City, USA! (yeah)
Stench City, USA! (yeah)
Stench City, U-S-A! (P.U.)

The Doom Sub's Getting Closer[edit]

In the episode "The Venice Menace", Mario and Luigi are chased through Venice by King Koopa and Kootie Pie in the Doom Sub as The Doom Sub's Getting Closer is played.

The instrumental was played in place of "Proud Mary" in "Rolling Down the River", "Rockin' Robin" in "Hooded Robin and His Mario Men", "Do You Believe in Magic" in "Mighty McMario and the Pot of Gold", "The Jolly Green Giant" in "Mario Meets Koop-zilla", "He's a Rebel" in "The Koopas are Coming! The Koopas are Coming!", and "Alley Oop" in "Quest for Pizza".

This could be the ride of our lives!
Wonder if we can survive
Koopa's comin' faster
We're headed for disaster
Let's get in on the double and drive!

Over speedy gondola!
They're on our tail!
The Doom Sub's getting closer
And it looks about the size of a whale!

Venice will never be the same
Canals go down the drain!

Over speedy gondola!
They're on our tail!
The Doom Sub's getting closer
And it looks about the size of a whale!

My Karoobi[edit]

In the episode "Super Koopa", King Koopa takes advantage of his magic pendant to grant himself a Karoobi, and engages in a super-powered fight against Mario and Luigi. As they fight, the song My Karoobi plays. My Karoobi is a mild spoof of the song "My Sharona".

The instrumental was played in place of "Rawhide" in "Butch Mario & The Luigi Kid", "The Power of Love" in "Love 'Em and Leave 'Em", "Danger Zone" in "Brooklyn Bound", "Thriller" in "Count Koopula", "Secret Agent Man" in "On Her Majesty's Sewer Service", "La Bamba" in "The Mark of Zero", and the second instance of "White Wedding" in the Captain N episode "Mr. and Mrs. Mother Brain".

The lines in green are played during the episode, but are not heard on the bonus disc of The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3: The Complete Series DVD. The lines in yellow are not played on the second disc due to a glitch.

Part 1

It can stomp
It can stalk
It can do more than walk!
My Karoobi
My rootin' tootin' Ka-ra-roobi, yeah!

Part 2

It can stomp
It can stalk
It can do more than walk!
My Karoobi!
It can dart
It can dash
It can move in a flash!
My Karoobi!

Hey, watch out cuz here I come!
It can zip!
It can zap!
It can follow a map!
My rootin' tootin' Ka-ra-roobi, yeah!
I got a shoe with power to spare
My Karoobi takes me everywhere!
It's magical
It fits all sizes
In a pinch, it improvises!
Hey, look at me!
It can stomp
It can soar
It can do a-hundred-and-four
My Karoobi
It can rip!
It can race!
It can keep up the pace!
My rootin' tootin' Ka-ra-roobi, yeah!
Rootin' tootin' Ka-ra-roobi, yeah!

Mega Move[edit]

Mega Move is a song originating from an episode of Captain N: The Game Master entitled "The Feud of Faxanadu". An instrumental version of this song was later incorporated into The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 to replace the copyrighted songs that were included in Mind Your Mummy Mommy, Mario, The Beauty of Kootie, Princess Toadstool for President, Reign Storm, Toddler Terrors of Time Travel, and Kootie Pie Rocks. However, the entire song, complete with lyrics, was included on Shout! Factory's The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 DVD set, despite the fact the lyrics were never heard on the show.

Spotlight (hey)
So bright
Shinin' right down on you
Don't wait (hey)
Or hesitate
There's only one thing to do
Put on a mega move
Get into the groove
Nothing can stop you now
Put on a mega move
Get tough (hey)
Play rough
Take it right to the top
Motivate (hey)
Accelerate
Never never never stop
Put on a mega move
Get into the groove
Nothing can stop you now
Put on a mega move
Put on a mega move!

Trivia[edit]

  • The Italian version replaces the songs with longer instrumental versions, and the Brazilian Portuguese version translates all songs present except "Wipe Out", while all other dubs leave the songs in English.