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“SUNNY DELIGHT”

Written By: Rich Whiteley

Got my watercolor spectacles on again
And Marilyn Monroe’s got nothing on my friend
Imperfect stranger drive-thru Elvis
Panavision windshield screen
Teenage werewolf Boris Carloff
Someone help me make you scream

You can be my Sunny Delight
I can be your x-ray man
Brought to you in stereo vision
Technicolor morning glory

I don’t know which movie that we’re living in
But nothing seems as real as when I touch your skin
Go speed racer locomotive
Sixty-seven submarine
Headed down below the surface
My vanilla sundae queen

You can be my Sunny Delight
I can be your x-ray man
Brought to you in stereo vision
Technicolor morning glory

Won’t you be my 3-dimensional girl (3x)
I don’t need no promises

You can be my Sunny Delight
I can be your x-ray man
Brought to you in stereo vision
Technicolor morning glory

Won’t you be my 3-dimensional girl (3x)
I don’t need no promises

Writer, lyrics & music: Rich Whiteley

Performed by: Rich Whiteley (vocals, guitars), Steve Connelly (bass, pedal steel) Marc Dupuy (drums)

Produced by Rich Whiteley and Steve Connelly

Mixed and Mastered by Steve Connelly

From “Sunny Delight”

(c) & (p) Rich Whiteley Music