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Champagne Champagne’s Best ’80s And ’90s Sitcom Theme Songs

     
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1. Full House
Great song. The idea of the track is questioning whatever happened to predictability—the standard things in life, like the milkman, the paperboy and even TV. This guy has no idea what going down in the world today, but then realizes not to give up...because everywhere you look there is a heart to hold onto? True poetry.

2. Family Matters
I swear Family Matters and Full House have the same songwriters, but the chorus of “as daaaaaays gooooo byyyyy” is sooo catchy. That will be stuck in your dome for days.

3. Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
It might be the most recognizable song and the most fun to sing while drunk with your buddies, but it jut isn’t my No. 1. Maybe I got sick of people singing it. But it is a flippin’ catchy tune.

4. Saved by the Bell
I don’t even know what to say about this theme. It’s just awesome. Shredding guitar leads, lyrics about being late for school—they keep it straight and to the point, and that what makes a solid theme song.

5. Charles in Charge
I just like this one. It’s fun to sing. The lyrics are kind of creepy, especially when I sing them to myself.


SEE IT: Champagne Champagne plays Wednesday, Nov. 24, at Mississippi Studios, with Mad Rad and Hurtbird. 9 pm. $8. 21+.
 
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