When you think of the perfect TV show, the first thing you might think of is the theme song.
That’s where the creative juices run high and the fun begins.
But don’t take my word for it.
It’s a good source of inspiration, and here’s a quick look at some of the best TV theme songs of all time.
The Rock: Iggy Pop – Let’s Make a Rock Movie If you haven’t seen Iggy’s hit single “Let’s Make A Rock Movie” you are missing out.
The song was released in 1972 as part of a three-part rock and roll movie called “The Rock.”
The film featured Iggy on the title card and a song called “Lose Yourself” which is the title of a song by The Clash, one of the biggest bands of the early 1980s.
The theme of the film is a very similar one to that of the song itself.
The film was also a commercial success, grossing $200 million in its first week.
Astro Boy: Bob Dylan – Let it Be You Astro Boy Bob Dylan had some of his best songs released during the Golden Age of rock and pop music.
His songs were often used as the theme for TV shows and movies and he even produced his own music.
Here’s a list of some of Dylan’s best songs: “Let It Be You,” “Trouble in Mind,” “You Ain’t Gotta Lie” and “You Don’t Own Me.”
His lyrics are also the foundation for the theme of his 1973 movie, Let It Be.
It features a similar theme to the movie, with a lot of guitar riffs, acoustic guitar and piano.
Tiny Toons: Bob Seger – I Feel Fine Tiny Toons If the Beatles are your idol, you should definitely listen to their hit single, “I Feel Fine.”
It’s an easy-listening song with a simple melody and lyrics.
The band’s lead singer, John Lennon, even composed the song himself.
Bob Seger even penned the lyrics of the entire song himself, as well.
My Hero Academia: Tatsuya Kuroda – The Story of the Hero Academies My Hero Academy Tatsuya Miyazaki, a composer who worked with artists such as Daft Punk, The Who and Rufus Wainwright, wrote the song “The Story of The Hero Academs.”
He describes the song as a “happy and sentimental song.”
It was the theme track for a live-action television series and the theme tune for an animated film.
The lyrics are the same as in the movie.
Super Mario Brothers: Shigeru Miyamoto – Super Mario Brothers II: Super Mario Bros. Shigeru Nakamoto, a Nintendo of America employee, wrote and composed the theme to Super Mario II.
He also wrote the music for the game’s theme song, which is also the theme used in the animated movie.
The track is a quick-to-learn dance-floor anthem.
Buddhist Spiritualists: Dali – The Art of the Mandolin Dali Dali’s mandolin was a favorite instrument of the artist and composer René Magritte.
Dali was a great teacher and an excellent musician and composer.
Dalinese music has a lot to offer in the realm of music and dance, and this song captures that very well.
He wrote the theme music for a television series that aired on PBS in 1994.
“The Mandolin” is a song that is easy to learn, but it also contains some of Dali’s most famous compositions.
Jungle Book: Jean-Michel Basquiat – Jungle Book Dissonance Jean-Miche Basquitais most famous works are called “Sleeping Beauties” and he also wrote a number of works in the “Sly Flourish” genre.
His first album was called “Fairytale of a Night” and it featured music from such artists as The Beatles and Elvis Presley.
His second album, titled “The Jungle Book,” was titled “Beside the Jungle” and featured music by The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and The Beatles.
The theme song for the Jungle Book is a little different than the theme from the original film.
Instead of a jungle, the track is set in a quaint Parisian neighborhood, and there are more than a few scenes of Parisian architecture.
It is a good song to listen to on a sunny afternoon.
Duck Dynasty: Jeezy – Duck Dynasty The Duck Dynasty This hit reality TV show was a big hit with kids around the world.
Jeezey, one-half of the rap duo Kool G Rap, and his girlfriend, Kia Mowry, both came up with the theme.
In the show, Duck Dynasty is a family of ducks and one of them is played by Jeezi. Jeezee