Theme song from the 70′s Television show
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Oughis is it peop…. frainscaco psn y cdssxy psn…inturruatu,,,
@elc1960 harry’s without you went to no1 in all ‘white’ english speaking countries
The television series, with Cruz and Bixby, (1969-1972) was actually based on a 1963 movie with the same title.
Would you believe that in May of next year (2012) Eddie (a.k.a. Brandon Cruz) will turn 50 years old!?!
my 20 y/o daughter was just singin this song and I asked her how did she kno about this – this was my era – this was once my favorite show – propz to whoever posted this
Is his best friend the guy he becomes every time someone pisses him off?
Is there an entire song available? or it`s just a theme?
not on dvd
why the hell it isnt i will never know
but when i was a kid, a UHF station was showing this and I never watched it
HOW STUPID OF ME
i just love this song , (:
Wish my Dad was still alive!! Glad I can share this with my son!
@warnicar12 Nilsson’s original title for this was “Girlfriend”. To adapt it to this show, he didn’t have to change much of the lyrics; they’re almost identical. He was indeed quite close to John Lennon and Ringo Starr (the “Lost Weekend” incident). Someone else mentioned his hit “Without You” – Badfinger had the hit version of that song, while Harry’s version was never a hit. The biggest hit he ever recorded was “Everybody’s Talking” from “Midnight Cowboy”, but Fred Neill wrote it, not him.
Does anybody know if this show is available on DVD??
I like this song
This was in an episode of Two and a Half Men… Charlie thought he had a son… too bad Charlie Sheen went on Drugs, that show’ll never see it’s 9th season……
barnaby jones! KAKOW and/or boosh
RIP Bill Bixby
The very best episode was when Bill caught the brat flying a kite from the balcony of their high rise and he pulled him off the rail and BEAT HIS ASS FLAT HANDED LIKE A BONGO!
As I recall, the series ran from 1969 to 1971.
this was in an episode of That’s 70′s Show, “Eric’s Buddy”
Harry Nilsson, the guy who did The Point. He was the Beatles best friend
What happened to these guys??
I didn’t see anyone making the accreditation to the songs writer.
This was written for the show by Harry Nilsson who was a giant in American music but nearly forgotten in some circles.
To call this man the fifth Beatle would be correct in more ways then one.
One of my FAVORITE t-v theme songs!