Lists of miscellaneous information should be avoided.Please relocate any relevant information into appropriate sections or articles. (March 2009) * The 5th Dimension recording was used in the film Born on the Fourth of July. * Fred Norris of The Howard Stern Show uses a sitar-only cover of this song when discussing or introducing a guest of South Asian heritage. * In various forms, this song was used as an advertising jingle by two defunct airlines: Trans World Airlines in the U.S., and Trans Australia Airlines. * Brian W. Aldiss refers to the song in his short science-fiction story "Near Earth Object". * Is used in the episode "9 Lives" of the television show Psych. * This song is used as Alan Harper's ringtone on Two and a Half Men. * Homer Simpson sings his own parody of this song in an episode the episode of The Simpsons where Homer thinks he has won a free motor boat from the Springfield police. * Lyrics of this song recurrently occur in The Prodigy's song, Hotride
In the movie Reservoir Dogs, the song was used as a theme song, but its not a television show.
the song was made for the show
The theme song from the TV show The Tudors is called Lacrymosa. It is performed by Evanescence, and it won an award for best TV theme in 2007.
Yes. It was the theme song of the TV show The Smith Family in 1971.
Who Are You by the Who is the theme song for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
It was associated with the Movie ( the Sting) which was not a TV show.
I'm pretty sure that Lost does not have a theme song.
Theme song from the show Alphas on Syfy. Song: Alphas Theme Song Singer: Peter Luke Adams Composer: Erik Kertes
The theme song is called Shake It Up just like the show. TV, Disney's princess Selena Gomez lent her voice too the producers of Shake It Up and sang the theme song of the hit TV. show. Gomez also helped produce, conduct, write, and sing the theme song.
The theme song in both the motion picture franchise & the television series was "Princes Of The Universe" by Queen.
The theme song is by The Crystal Method
The Keith Precell show
sounds similar to the theme song for the 50's TV show, The Big Valley
Everlast sings the theme song to Saving Grace.
The theme is "At Least It Was Here" by The 88.
I'll be there for you by the Rembrandts
This I Swear
The AFL Footy Show (Australia) had a segment called, 'Street Talk'. This song was the theme for that segment.
The theme song to the TV show The Boondocks is called "Judo Flip."
The name of the show that had "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows" as it's theme song was called "Vacation Time" on CBC TV in 1967.