";s:4:"text";s:3655:" All I could think of was the old Saturday morning show, "The Banana Splits". Joe Raposo, whose name will appear more than once on this quiz, composed the song. ‘Everywhere you look, everywhere you go, there's a heart, a hand to hold onto.’ TV Theme Lyrics. Enter TV show here: So, how much do you think you know about popular show theme songs?
*falls of chair* what?? Sally Field played ray-of-sunshine teen Gidget in the '60s series, which ran from 1965 to 1966. TV theme songs become as familiar as the characters from your favorite shows, and some of these '70s series had some of the most unforgettable lyrics of all time. Going up...Watch our educational content, quiz creation guides, and fun videos on Sporcle TV.I'm the best, so do not test, the top of my profession. Guess the Disney channel theme song. "These lyrics come from the closing theme of "The Carol Burnett Show." Know which '60s TV theme took viewers along down a set of train tracks to the junction, or introduced them to a creepy and kooky bunch of characters? 4 Comments. I didn't know the schlemeel, schlemazel one either.
By clicking "Sign Up" you are agreeing to our :-)Sometimes you want to go, where everybody knows your name Recent Scores. The '60s police show "Car 54, Where Are You?" Think back to "Leave It To Beaver," or "Father Knows Best;" their theme songs were basic musical affairs with no lyrics. ENTERTAINMENT Animals Stick a pony in me pocket, I'll fetch the suitcase from the van. The 1960s was a pretty great decade for music. The series ran from 1958 to 1966 and featured the adventures of the poor Wilbur Post -- who just couldn't seem to convince anyone else about his horse's lingual skills.