It’s Thursday’s Top 10 already!? I will say this day comes so quickly. I tend to write serious articles on every day but Thursday. And yet Thursdays are my most widely-read posts every week. What does that say about my other articles?
At any rate, that being said, there are some unforgettable, some we wish we could forget like Laverne and Shirley and All in the Family (am I right or am I right?). Others we just come to mind and we can’t help but sing aloud. Here is my list of top ten television song intros. They span just about every genre and generation.
10. I Love Lucy
Did you know there are actual lyrics to this song? There are, and if you want you can listen here, but what we all know and love for your enjoyment:
This too has lyrics, which are unbelievably dark in my opinion. Just giving the television here. You can go back and search for the movie’s. I must say that I was surprised by the movie; it’s not a comedy at all.
8. The Dick Van Dyke Show
As I am sure many of you know, there were two theme songs to “The Dick Van Dyke Show.” Obviously, the first one stunk and they remade the who intro. There are two versions of the intro video as well: one is where Rob falls over the ottoman and one where he skips around it.
Someday they will remake this show into a movie; just have to wait until westerns are back in style.
6. The A-Team
Don’t you just love it when a plan comes together? And we all pity the fool who messes with B. A. At any rate, if you can find them, maybe you can hire them…
5. The Andy Griffith Show
Think about it; this was the first song you learned to whistle wasn’t it?
4. Happy Days
Every day is a happy day with this song. It’s just too catchy and is bound to make someone feel just a little bit better!
3. Perry Mason
The lawyer who never lost a case! Okay there was that one but it was overturned on appeal. Raymond Burr played the greatest lawyer on television (even better than Matlock). Did anyone else find it weird that he always met his new clients right before they or a friend were accused of murder?
Ross was right; they were on a break! That doesn’t excuse the behavior, but they were on a break. And I am still looking for a mustache comb.
Who doesn’t want to go where everybody knows your name? We all want to belong; we all long to be known.
So what your your favorite theme songs? Comment below and leave some links for us all to enjoy!