"Pretty Belinda" is a song written and recorded by Chris Andrews, which he released as a single in July 1969.
The single did not enter the UK singles charts but it reached No. 1 spot in Austria and No. 3 in Germany. It was released in South Africa in December 1969, where it peaked at No. 1.
A 1970 Ola Håkansson recording, "Söta Belinda", was released as a single. scoring a Svensktoppen hit for 11 weeks between 26 July-4 October 1970, peaking at position 3.
Christopher Frederick Andrews (born 15 October 1942) is an English singer-songwriter whose musical career started in the late 1950s.
Andrews was born in Romford, Essex, England, and by his mid teens had formed his own group, Chris Ravel and the Ravers. On 14 March 1959, he made his British television debut, performing on the Oh, Boy! show. He would later return in April to perform a cover of Cliff Richard's, "Move It".
For Adam Faith, Andrews wrote "The First Time" (No. 5 on the UK Singles Chart, 1963) and "We Are in Love" (No. 11, 1964), and then a string of hits for Sandie Shaw. They included "Girl Don't Come" (No. 3, 1964/65), "I'll Stop at Nothing" (No. 4, 1965), "Message Understood" (No. 6, 1965) and "Long Live Love" (No. 1, 1965). The latter remained a chart topper in the UK Singles Chart for three weeks. "Girl Don't Come" was covered by Cher on her debut album, All I Really Want to Do.