Monday, February 26, 2007

There's A Traffic Jam In Harlem That's Backed Up To Jackson Heights

Remember when most tv sitcoms had a theme song? With words? I remember having sing-a-longs on the playground, of tv theme songs.

The Beverly Hillbillies. Petticoat Junction. The Brady Bunch. The Patty Duke Show. Car 54. The Addams Family. Green Acres. Gilligan's Island. Flipper. Happy Days. The Muppet Show. Laverne & Shirley. The Jefferson's. Welcome Back Kotter. Cheers. Bosom Buddies. Facts of Life. Family Ties. WKRP. Three's Company. And a lot of others.

I miss that.

Now, of course, tv shows either have some instrumental thing, or they use various pop hits, and it's just not the same. It's not cool at all.

I do love some of the tv show soundtracks, though. I was never consistent in my loves and hates. I don't watch tv now, anyway. But when I was a little kid, I knew ALL the words.
Posted by Mamacita (The REAL one) @ 12:41 AM | |


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