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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Summed up in a theme

Are the days when a show's whole premise was summed up in a theme song? I miss those days and the tunes still stay in my head. Will they ever be back? Here is a sampling of some that I found:

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Tracie Nall said...

I love love love old tv show theme songs so much!

My husband and I like to sing them in the car and see who can remember more. (our daughter thinks we are crazy....but she has fun laughing at us while we do it!)

Clueless said...

I love these as well. My husband has a good memory for these songs. I love singing them with him. Everyone thinks that we are crazy, too. Sometimes, I ask my husband to sing me a little jingle before I go to sleep!

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