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Will Smith Wild Wild West Song

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“I Love Lucy” Theme Song (w/ Lyrics)

*Originally updated by me on my old channel – re-upload … From the episode “Lucy’s Final Birthday,” Ricky sings the typically unknown lyrics to the “I Really like Lucy” intro theme. Lyrics: I enjoy Lucy and she loves me We’re as pleased as two can be At times we quarrel but then How we love generating up again Lucy kisses like no 1 can She’s my missus and I’m her man And life is heaven you see ‘Cause I love Lucy Yes, I adore Lucy And Lucy loves me
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Texaco Star Theater 1950 Theme Song- Milton Berle Show

The Milton Berle Show in the early 1950s opened with the singing of this song
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The Partridge Family Opening TV Theme Song 1970

The Partridge Family members Opening Theme Song. In the pilot episode this group of musical siblings convinces their mother to help them out by singing with them as they record a pop song in their garage. By way of the efforts of the 10-year-old son Danny, they discover a manager who assists make the song a Top-40 hit. After some far more convincing, Mom finally agrees that the family can go on tour. They acquire an old school bus, paint it and depart to Las Vegas for their 1st live gig at Caesars Palace. Every single subsequent episode features the band performing in numerous locations and varieties of venues. The shows would usually contrast their suburban life with the adventures of a show-biz family “on the road”. After the initial season the show focused a lot more on the “at house” themes and less on their touring. The series originally ran from September 25, 1970 until August 31, 1974 on the ABC television network, as portion of the Friday night lineup following The Brady Bunch. It had a couple of subsequent runs in syndication. Designed by Bernard Slade, the series was inspired by and loosely based on The Cowsills, a actual pop music family well-known in the late Sixties. In reality, in its early development, the Cowsill youngsters had been truly approached by the producers to be featured on The Partridge Family, though the kids rejected the give when they learned their actual-life mother and band member Barbara would not be included in the cast. Shirley Jones had already been signed as mother Shirley Partridge and star of
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Room 222 Theme song and opening video with Karen Valentine

Room 222 intro from 1970. From chrisman737- “Wonderful theme by one of my favorite film composers of all time — Jerry Goldsmith (he also did “The Twilight Zone” and “The Waltons” and countless movies).” ShoutFactory.com came out with the DVD in March 2009. www.tvshowsondvd.com Los Angeles High School was used as Walt Whitman High. I sure love the flute. CORRECTION ON JAN 4, 2009- Thanks to McKennahLane who posted “I’m a flute player and a band director. That is not a flute. It’s a recorder. But you had been close.” If you want the song as MP3 just go to mp3ify.com and copy n paste “Room 222 Theme song and opening video with Karen Valentine”.

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What is the name of the song featured on the new ” Degrassi” its about to get real?

Question by seventeen: What is the name of the song featured on the new ” Degrassi” its about to get real?
Their is a song featured on the new degrassi its about to get real comercial Its starts off like this ” hit me…” sorry it aint a lot.

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Somebody from the music section could aid you with that.

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What does the song “Edge of Night” in LOTR mean?

Question by Cello_darlin525: What does the song “Edge of Night” in LOTR mean?
It is the song Pippin sings in Return of the King. I’m just curious as to what the lyrics mean or what they are talking about.

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“A Walking Song” is a poem in the form of a song from J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasy novel The Lord of the Rings. It appears in the third chapter of the novel, entitled “3 is Company” usually as part of the very first volume, The Fellowship of the Ring.

They began to hum softly, as hobbits have a way of performing as they walk along, specially when they are drawing near to property at night. With most hobbits it is a supper-song or a bed-song but these hobbits hummed a walking-song (although not, of course, with out any mention of supper and bed). Frodo’s uncle Bilbo Baggins, who had adopted him and considered him his nephew, had created up the words “to a tune that was as old as the hills, and taught it to Frodo as they walked in the lanes of the Water-valley and talked about Adventure”.

Component of “A Walking Song” is featured in a profoundly distinct context in New Line Cinema’s The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, directed by Peter Jackson, and released in 2003.

Some lines from the poem are part of a bigger montage entitled “The Steward of Gondor”, which was written by Howard Shore and arranged by Philippa Boyens. The song is referred to as “The Edge of Night” soon after a phrase in the lyrics. Its melody was composed by Billy Boyd, who plays Pippin.

In the film, Denethor, the Steward of Gondor residing in its capital Minas Tirith, bids Pippin to sing for him whilst he eats. At the exact same time, Denethor’s son Faramir attempts to retake the city of Osgiliath which has been occupied by Orcs, as requested by his father. The mission is a futile one. Pippin sings even though Faramir and his horsemen are riding in slow motion to be massacred by the Orcs. As the song ends, Pippin begins to cry softly, as he realizes that Faramir most likely died in vain to try to prove to his father that he was like his slain older brother Boromir, whom Denethor loved greatly. In a later scene, a gravely wounded Faramir is dragged back to the city by his horse, to his father’s remorse.

Pippin’s song in the film is only a fraction of the poem as written by Tolkien. It all comes from the last stanza, though some lines are skipped, and some are slightly rewritten.

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What Neil Young song begins with the line “Living on the edge of night “?

Question by darcyperkins: What Neil Young song begins with the line “Living on the edge of night “?
I watched a Youtube video of him singing Needle and the Damage Accomplished. At the end there is about 15 seconds of him playing the opening to the song I am referring to and singing the 1st line: “Living on the edge of night”.

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No More – from the album Freedom

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Classic TV Christmas Collection 4 Disc DVD Set Includes Dr. Kildare / The Courtship of Eddie’s Father / CHiPs / Eight is Enough – Yes Nicholas, There is a Santa Claus / Welcome Back, Kotter – Sweathog Christmas Special /Alice – A Semi-Merry Christmas /Perfect Strangers – The Gift of the Mypiot / Mama’s Family – Mama Gets Goosed /Veronica’s Closet – Veronica’s Christmas Song /Suddenly Susan – The Walk Out

Classic TV Christmas Collection 4 Disc DVD Set Includes Dr. Kildare / The Courtship of Eddie’s Father / CHiPs / Eight is Enough – Yes Nicholas, There is a Santa Claus / Welcome Back, Kotter – Sweathog Christmas Special /Alice – A Semi-Merry Christmas /Perfect Strangers – The Gift of the Mypiot / Mama’s Family – Mama Gets Goosed /Veronica’s Closet – Veronica’s Christmas Song /Suddenly Susan – The Walk Out

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Dr. Kildare – An Exchange of Gifts 12/24/64
Thinking he’s about to die, a derelict alcoholic gives away his life’s hoardings.

The Courtship of Eddie’s Father – Gifts are for Giving 12/23/70
What goes around comes around when Norman’s

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Classic 1970s TV: The shows that made the family tune in

Classic 1970s TV: The shows that made the family tune in

Imagine a family, all sitting around the TV, possibly the only TV in the house. Dad is holding the remote control, which everyone refers to as “the clicker.” The remote has only two functions.Visit here:http://www.worldwidewriter.com//article-display.php?articleid=3642

One of the functions turns the TV off and on. The other changes the channels, all 7 or 8 of them, with a click of a button. Now try to imagine what that family is watching. Are you imagining them watching one of the classic TV shows from the 1970′s?

In the 1970s most families had one, maybe two televisions in the house, and the second television was usually stashed away in mom and dad’s room where they could watch the classic shows that the kids couldn’t watch yet like Maude or Soap. The televisions in the house might have even shown the programs in black and white.

What kept families glued to these televisions that had only a handful of channels, an ancient clicker, and frequently no color? The classic TV shows from the 1970s, of course. There were so many family-friendly shows in a variety of genres.

For families that enjoyed comedies, the 1970s had some of the most memorable sitcoms. The families in the ‘70′s learned all about families in the 1950′s by watching the wildly popular Happy Days and its equally popular spin off Laverne and Shirley. Happy Days also launched the career of comedian Robin Williams who went on to star in another spin off of the show – Mork and Mindy.

Other family friendly classic television shows of the 1970′s include The Partridge Family (with teen hearth throb David Cassidy), the show that introduced us to John Travolta, Welcome Back Kotter, One Day at a Time, Chico and the Man, The Odd Couple, Good Times, WKRP in Cincinnati, What’s Happening, Three’s Company and The Jeffersons.

Families with older children enjoyed comedies with a social conscience like All in the Family, Maude, Barney Miller or Mash. These classic 1970s sitcoms dealt with the social issues of the day in poignant yet comedic way.

Families also had several variety shows to choose from for their viewing pleasure. Classic variety shows such as The Donny and Marie Show and The Sonny and Cher Show had music, comedy sketches and popular guest stars each week.

The Carol Burnett Show brought together some of the 1970′s funniest comedians each week and The Muppet Show combined the genius of Jim Henson’s fantastic creations with musical and comedy guest stars sharing the stage with Kermit, Miss Piggy and Animal.

There were plenty of one hour family dramas, too. Eight is Enough, Little House on the Prairie, and The Waltons were just a few of the classic television dramas that brought families together in front of the television each week.

There was also room for crime fighting and action heroes in the classic 1970s TV shows. The world learned what bionics was in The Six Million Dollar Man and its spin off The Bionic Woman. Each week families would tune in to see how Lee Majors and Jamie Sommers would use their bionic eyes and ears.

CHiPs gave us a glimpse into the life of California Highway Patrol officers. Starsky and Hutch chased bad buys in their hot rod and BJ and the Bear tracked down bad guys in an 18 wheeler.

Two other classic television shows from that era that can’t be defined by any of these other genres were The Love Boat and Fantasy Island. These shows were the place for the stars of yesteryear and the stars of the current era to make guest appearances, several at a time.

For years, families stayed home on Saturday nights just to see who would get off the plane onto the island or turn up Julie the Cruise Director’s guest list.
In today’s modern times, there are hundreds of channels on each of the four or more TV sets in most homes.

Yet, there seems to never be anything to watch, especially something that the whole family can enjoy together. Many of these classic TV shows from the 1970′s are now on DVD and can be bought or rented either online or at a store. Why not consider getting a classic TV DVD for your family this Friday night instead of the usually family movie?

Classic 1970s TV: The shows that made the family tune in

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What is the song in the newest commercial for “One Life to Live”?

Question by haleyjane: What is the song in the newest commercial for “One Life to Live”?
It’s kind of a harder rock and there is a girl doing a duet in the background. All I can here from the lyrics is “this is my life” and “waking up”.

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Answer by BreChanO_o
i know this answer is no help at all but i just saw the commercial too, and im loking 4 the song..lol
…okay i think i found it…awake and alive by skillet

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