If you love a series you probably know its intro song off by heart. There have been many series intro songs through the years, but we reckon no one would ever fast forward through these songs from popular shows.
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Name: I’ll Be There For You
Performed by: The Rembrandts
I’ll Be There For You perfectly sums up what friends are for and also perfectly explains the struggles 20-somethings experience like terrible jobs, love lives and they basically have no clue what they are doing. That’s why you need your friends, and these Friends were there for each other for 10 awesome seasons. It’s one of the series intro songs that almost everyone knows.
Name: Where No Man Has Gone Before
Written by: Alexander Courage
You may not be able to sing along to this one (except if you’re Will Ferrel), but Start Trek has one of the most recognisable series intro songs in the entire universe.
Sex and the City
Name: Sex And The City Theme
Performed by: Bob Boykin
Admit it, you probably had this intro song as a ringtone in 2004 and whenever your phone rang you’d feel like Carrie Bradsaw strutting down the streets of NYC in Jimmy Choos.
Performed by: Jane’s Addiction
HBO shows generally have great series intro songs like the above and Entourages’s Superhero. The song fits perfectly into the intro montage of Vincent Chase and the boys cruising through the streets of Hollywood in a vintage car.
The Big Bang Theory
Name: The History Of Everything
Performed by: Barenaked Ladies
Not only does it have the series’ title in it, but The Big Bang Theory’s intro song is also extremely catchy.
Performed by: Lazlo Bane
Another one of the series intro songs that you will struggle to get out of your head is the one for the popular medical comedy, Scrubs.
Name: The Nanny Named Fran
Performed by: Ann Hampton and Liz Callaway
It’s one of those series intro songs we grew up knowing all the words to.
Name: (Meet) The Flintstones
Performed by: Hoyt Curtin, Joseph Barbera, and William Hanna
Another one of the series intro songs from our childhood. Good luck getting this one out of your head for the rest of the day.
Which series intro songs to you love to sing along to? Drop us a comment below and let us know.