Rick Springfield - Over The World (Theme From The Mission Magic) Lyrics




Do you believe, you believe in magic
'Cause I believe, I believe that I do ?
Yes, I can see, I believe that it's magic
If your mission is magic, your love will shine through.

Do you believe, you believe in magic
'Cause I believe, I believe that I do ?
Yes, I can see, I believe that it's magic
If your mission is magic, your love will shine true.

If there's one thing that the world needs, it's a magic singing song
And I'll teach it to the whole world and make them sing along
Love is magic, it's so easy and it's not hard to do
'Cause everybody wants somebody to give a little magic to.

Do you believe, you believe in magic
'Cause I believe, I believe that I do ?
Yes, I can see, I believe that it's magic
If your mission is magic, your love will shine true.

I've seem so many unhappy people reaching out in vain
You got the power to shower, love like summer rain
Love is magic, it's so easy and it's not hard to do
'Cause everybody wants somebody to give a little magic to.

Do you believe, you believe in magic
'Cause I believe, I believe that I do ?
Yes, I can see, I believe that it's magic
If your mission is magic, your love will shine true.

Do you believe, you believe in magic
'Cause I believe, I believe that I do ?
Yes, I can see, I believe that it's magic
If your mission is magic, your love will shine true
If your mission is magic, your love will shine true
If your mission is magic, your love will shine true.





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  1. LifeWorks, ndh enterprises,llc.

    please bring Saturday morning back with this classic.series if I can draw Michael.jackson there there will be more than just magic!!!!! Jah bless you!!!!!!!

  2. Rich E

    I've been looking for this song for years. It is such a cheerful song. Check out his other stuff. Jessie's Girl and when he was in Aussie (proto prog rock) band Zoot covering Eleanor Rigby (relegated to guitar only, so it's kind of awkward.

  3. bodiesofwater

    I've been looking for the full version of this song for years

  4. Joe S Hill

    Years, before he played in the first of two versions of DC Comics' "HUMAN TARGET" TV series, Rick Springfield's TV debut was in this ABC Saturday morning cartoon series from the great folks of Filmation Associates in Fall 1973. although the cartoon series ran for a single season, (1973-74) it hasn't been seen until 2005-2007 when Entertainment Rights, now defunct, which I believe was sold to Classic Media, and eventually to DreamWorks TV, now a Comcast Company, this rare cartoon series was routine Filmation material since the studio was still riding on the success of "THE BRADY KIDS", the Emmy-winning "STAR TREK" cartoon series, and the 1973 cartoon version of "MY FAVORITE MARTIANS" (also debuting in Fall 1973) the studio re-used some animation stock footage originally used in their 1969 ABC series, "THE HARDY BOYS" (limited animated choreography) and that was pretty much it! ABC also made some Primetime promotional spots on both this show, their "SUPER FRIENDS" and "LASSIE'S RESCUE RANGERS" cartoons for Fall 1973. minus Rick Springfield, the "MISSION: MAGIC" gang also guest starred on an episode of "THE BRADY KIDS" during it's second and final season. the voice of Barry Williams was changed and played by Lane Scheimer, Lou Scheimer's son (and future "SPORT BILLY" voiceover) who also voiced in "MY FAVORITE MARTIANS" and "LASSIE'S RESCUE RANGERS".

  5. Kevin O'Quinn

    I vagely remembe this cartoon as a kid.  I remember I liked it.

  6. Vascaíno Portelense

    Mission Magic is one of the best Filmation productions.

  7. TheRosetube

    From Brazil! I remember this cartoon, with Rick Springfield, and the cat Tut Tul, kkkkk

  8. Mahatma Randy

    I was about six when this aired, and it was my first introduction to Rick Springfield. I remember being confused as to who he was and why he was on the show. He was kind of an agent or spy for "Miss Tickle," I think was her name. He'd report in at the start of every episode, and then she and the class would go and have some adventure, and at some point Rick would sing a song. What was weird was that he was showcased like he was someone special, and nobody else on the cast was. One of the girls had a crush on Rick. I just found his presence very confusing because it sort of felt like he shouldn't be there, or he should have had a much bigger role, either way.

    When he became famous about 7 years later, I didn't make the connection with this show. Didn't realize it was him until a coupl years ago.

    Greg Ehrbar

    He was very new to American audiences and had a minor hit in his native
    Australia. ABC wanted to showcase him so Filmation found a way to work
    him into the show, plus every Saturday morning show was trying to
    duplicate the extreme success of The Archies.
    I wrote more about Mission: Magic here:
    http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/filmations-mission-magic/

  9. MegaMagicdog

    I used to watch this cartoon a a kid. The show itself hasn't aged wel although Springfield's music holds up fine - including the theme (which is actually a rewriting of his tune, "Walking on My Hands Over You").

    I think it's time for this show to get a reboot and maybe get Springfield to reprise his role. This could be awesome!

  10. Crazcompart

    I knew about this cartoon series back then, but never really saw much of it, being that it actually was a spinoff from "The Brady Kids" cartoon series (also by Filmation), and I really wasn't into them...

  11. Lihr Lihr

    Gracias totales!!

  12. E. Bernhard Warg

    Thanks for posting this! Glad to discover that this catchy song had a full length version rather than just the short TV theme!

  13. Joe S Hill

    From ABC's Fall 1973-74 TV season,"MISSION:MAGIC" was Rick Springfield's 1st official TV series,from the people at Filmation Associates (1962-1989) who made Saturday morning TV enjoyable! not really much to add or say about this cartoon series,being pretty standard and routine,,but Fall 1973 on Saturday mornings was special,since many of the cartoon shows at the time,were mostly based on popular TV shows,with "STAR TREK" and
    "EMERGENCY" being the top examples of this rare trend! ABC's line-up also featured the debut of the long running "SUPER FRIENDS" (1973-1985),along with Hanna-Barbera's "GOOBER AND THE GHOST CHASERS",a rip-off of their "SCOOBY-DOO" series,the second season of "THE BRADY KIDS" (soon to be released on DVD this current month),and Filmation's "LASSIE'S RESCUE RANGERS",launched from the "Lassie and The Spirit of Thunder Mountain" segment of "The ABC SATURDAY SUPERSTAR MOVIE" from Fall 1972.

  14. Pamela Rose

    Awww cute <3 I don't remember this cartoon wish i did though.. however I do love Rick Springfield :) <3

    starofjustice1

    You didn't miss anything...

    Shin Kazama

    @starofjustice1 you are wrong it was nice