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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kiki, Jan 13, 2007.
I prefer this version over Three Dog Night's for three reasons. 1) I heard this one long before 3DN's; 2) the arrangement is better; and 3) the Muppet jug band and those Paul Williams lookalikes seal the deal.
The beginning reminds me of the King of the Hill theme song:
The fiddle part also reminds me of the Devil Went Down to Georgia:
This song makes me feel nostalgic, even though I never heard it as a kid. Maybe because he's singing about childhood?
This song has a unique sound to it that I really like:
I really like this song from The Cleveland Show, especially the "sing like a robot" part:
Also this classic gem of course:
Awh what the heck, why not listen to songs from all 3 Seth MacFarlane shows? I have a feeling WhoseLineFan will like The Brady Bunch reference at 1:15:
I love that HTFFan!
Thank you, .
I heard this song when I was little and thought it was just a dumb song that doesn't rhyme. Now I finally get it:
Since I'm going to be 18 in a few weeks, I'm reliving my childhood with this compilation of 2000s kid show theme songs. I watched most of these. iCarly was the chizz when I was a tween. The Liberty's Kids one still makes me tear up to this day.:
I love that song!
The final song from Cartoon Network's MAD that featured plenty of the show's fart, burp, and puke jokes and random acts of cartoon violence over the years even though this song doesn't even scratch the surface:
What I'm wondering is, how come back when I was 14, I didn't like Happy Tree Friends, but I watched this nasty cartoon. The zit scene still makes me cringe;it's WAY worse than anything on HTF. Also at 0:48: Pedo bear on a kid's show, :O.
I'm a Christian, but dang, this is SO catchy I can't stop listening:
Even though this song was written in 2007 (I believe), it's still even more relevant today. It has a really good meaning about how America is changing, I'd like to see Stan sing it on American Dad. Also, isn't that the same Jesus statue from Animutation?
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