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7th Apr '18 11:15:38 AM wuggles
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* The theme song to ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', "Those Were the Days", has a second verse that was never used on the show. The second verse had a ''much better ending'' than the first verse. Instead of that inane line, "Gee, our old [=LaSalle=] ran great" (which combined with the unison bad singing of Carroll O'Connor and Jean Stapleton is all but incomprehensible), the final stanza of the second verse went like this: "Hair was short and skirts were long/Kate Smith really sold a song/I don't know just what went wrong/Those were the days!" Doesn't that line, "I don't know just what went wrong", just fit Archie Bunker like a glove?

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* The theme song to ''Series/AllInTheFamily'', "Those Were the Days", has a second verse that was never used on the show. The second verse had a ''much better ending'' different than the first verse. Instead of that inane the line, "Gee, our old [=LaSalle=] ran great" (which combined with the unison bad singing of Carroll O'Connor and Jean Stapleton is all but incomprehensible), the final stanza of the second verse went like this: "Hair was short and skirts were long/Kate Smith really sold a song/I don't know just what went wrong/Those were the days!" Doesn't that line, "I don't know just what went wrong", just fit Archie Bunker like a glove?
3rd Apr '18 6:49:46 PM nombretomado
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* The "Tara Theme" from ''GoneWithTheWind'' became "My Own True Love," with lyrics so insipid they could only have been written to cash in on the fame of instrumental theme music.

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* The "Tara Theme" from ''GoneWithTheWind'' ''Film/GoneWithTheWind'' became "My Own True Love," with lyrics so insipid they could only have been written to cash in on the fame of instrumental theme music.
16th Mar '18 2:49:36 PM nombretomado
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* This is quite common amongst {{JRPG}}s, including ''WildARMs: alone the world'' and ''Creid'' (from VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}), as well as at least seven or eight arrangements that include lyricized ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' music.

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* This is quite common amongst {{JRPG}}s, including ''WildARMs: ''VideoGame/WildArms: alone the world'' and ''Creid'' (from VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}), as well as at least seven or eight arrangements that include lyricized ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' music.
17th Feb '18 2:32:32 PM nombretomado
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* The English versions of the ''ProfessorLayton'' games drop the Japanese lyrics from the ending themes, leaving only the instrumentals. ''[[ProfessorLaytonAndTheCuriousVillage Curious Village]]'' being the exception as it had an instrumental to begin with.

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* The English versions of the ''ProfessorLayton'' ''VideoGame/ProfessorLayton'' games drop the Japanese lyrics from the ending themes, leaving only the instrumentals. ''[[ProfessorLaytonAndTheCuriousVillage ''[[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheCuriousVillage Curious Village]]'' being the exception as it had an instrumental to begin with.
30th Jan '18 3:50:05 PM Redaka
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* The opening theme of ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'', "Gun's & Roses" has a vocal version.

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* The opening theme of ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'', "Gun's & Roses" has a vocal version. [[note]]Technically the instruemntal opening theme does retain one single verse "it's gonna rain tonight"[[/note]]
29th Jan '18 10:53:10 PM mlsmithca
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* In ''Film/{{Superman}}'', though the main theme has no lyrics, the love theme does. The lyrics to "Can You Read My Mind?" are even in the movie, but most people wouldn't guess since they're spoken by Margot Kidder as a mental monologue.
** Word on the street was that Music/BarbraStreisand was originally lined up to sing it in the film. The producers decided to go with Kidder to make the scene more intimate ... but Margot Kidder isn't a singer, so all she should do was speak them.

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* In ''Film/{{Superman}}'', though the main theme has no lyrics, the love theme does. The lyrics to "Can You Read My Mind?" are even in the movie, but most people wouldn't guess since they're spoken by Margot Kidder as a mental monologue.
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monologue. Word on the street was that Music/BarbraStreisand was originally lined up to sing it in the film. The producers decided to go with Kidder to make the scene more intimate ... but Margot Kidder isn't a singer, so all she should do was speak them.



*** The lyrics, along with the title, were actually a major factor in getting the show to air. Lucy wanted Arnaz to get equal billing and title space with her, but [[ExecutiveMeddling the network execs didn't like the idea of giving that kind of status to a Hispanic performer]]. The "I" in ''I Love Lucy'' -- plus the lyrics indicating exactly who "I" was -- allowed them to sneak Desi/Ricky into a prominent position on the title card without the execs being any the wiser.
* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'': "Beyond the rim of the starlight/My love is wandering in starflight..." This isn't so much "forgotten" as "never learned", being one of the more well-known examples of writing solely for royalties; Gene Roddenberry actually wrote the lyrics without composer Alexander Courage's knowledge. If you poke about on the Internet enough, you can find a recording of Nichelle "Lt. Uhura" Nichols singing his lyrics -- it's not pretty. Here's a link to it on Spotify [[http://open.spotify.com/track/4Kz6JGnhwVtoV1IwbNWAt8]]. Also a staple cover song at Tenacious D gigs.
** When Courage found out, he was pissed, because it meant he made less on royalties since he had to now split it with Roddenberry. It is why he never worked on the series again. He did work on The Motion Picture, however, as Jerry Goldsmith's arranger; he was never considered the scoring job for the film.

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*** ** The lyrics, along with the title, were actually a major factor in getting the show to air. Lucy wanted Arnaz to get equal billing and title space with her, but [[ExecutiveMeddling the network execs didn't like the idea of giving that kind of status to a Hispanic performer]]. The "I" in ''I Love Lucy'' -- plus the lyrics indicating exactly who "I" was -- allowed them to sneak Desi/Ricky into a prominent position on the title card without the execs being any the wiser.
* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'': "Beyond the rim of the starlight/My love is wandering in starflight..." This isn't so much "forgotten" as "never learned", being one of the more well-known examples of writing solely for royalties; Gene Roddenberry actually wrote the lyrics without composer Alexander Courage's knowledge. If you poke about on the Internet enough, you can find a recording of Nichelle "Lt. Uhura" Nichols singing his lyrics -- it's not pretty. Here's a link to it on Spotify [[http://open.spotify.com/track/4Kz6JGnhwVtoV1IwbNWAt8]]. com/track/4Kz6JGnhwVtoV1IwbNWAt8 Here's a link to it on Spotify]]. Also a staple cover song at Tenacious D gigs.
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gigs. When Courage found out, he was pissed, because it meant he made less on royalties since he had to now split it with Roddenberry. It is why he never worked on the series again. He did work on The Motion Picture, however, as Jerry Goldsmith's arranger; he was never considered the scoring job for the film.



* ''Series/TheMunsters'': "If when you're sleeping you dream a lot/Ghoulish nightmares parade through your head/And then you wake up and scream a lot/Oh the Munsters are under your bed." Good call on skipping these.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=munsters+today+theme&search_type=&aq=f Not so much for the 1980s revamp]], though. Just watch any of them.

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* ''Series/TheMunsters'': "If when you're sleeping you dream a lot/Ghoulish nightmares parade through your head/And then you wake up and scream a lot/Oh the Munsters are under your bed." Good call on skipping these.
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these. [[http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=munsters+today+theme&search_type=&aq=f Not so much for the 1980s revamp]], though. Just watch any of them.



* The theme to ''Series/BuckRogersInTheTwentyFifthCentury'' had lyrics which were sung by Kipp Lennon during the opening credits of the original PilotMovie: "Far beyond the world I've known,/Far beyond my time/What am I, who am I, what will I be?/Where am I going, and what will I see?"
** Used on some episodes under the closing credits. In this case the problem is not just corny lyrics, but w\how winsome Kipp sounded singing them.

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* The theme to ''Series/BuckRogersInTheTwentyFifthCentury'' had lyrics which were sung by Kipp Lennon during the opening credits of the original PilotMovie: "Far beyond the world I've known,/Far known, / Far beyond my time/What time / What am I, who am I, what will I be?/Where be? / Where am I going, and what will I see?"
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see?" Used on some episodes under the closing credits. In this case the problem is not just corny lyrics, but w\how how winsome Kipp sounded singing them.



-->''If you get in trouble, bring it home to me\\
Whether I am near you, or across the sea.\\
I will think of something to do.\\
I'll be on the lookout for you.\\
And I'll find you -- you can count on me.''

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-->''If -->If you get in trouble, bring it home to me\\
me\\
Whether I am near you, or across the sea.\\
I will think of something to do.\\
I'll be on the lookout for you.\\
And I'll find you -- you can count on me.'''



* ''Series/AlloAllo'': The theme song's lyrics are sung in the first season horribly badly by Madame Edith (the wife of Rene Artois who owns the cafe). The actress Carmen Silvera actually could not sing, she was so tone deaf that she literally slaughtered any song she tried to sing. As a joke, this was written into the show. So badly did she sing, I cannot even remember any of the lyrics except that the refrain ends with "together once more!"

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* ''Series/AlloAllo'': The theme song's lyrics are sung in the first season horribly badly by Madame Edith (the wife of Rene Artois who owns the cafe). The actress Carmen Silvera actually could not sing, she was so tone deaf that she literally slaughtered any song she tried to sing. As a joke, this was written into the show. So badly did she sing, I cannot even remember any of the lyrics except that the refrain ends with "together once more!"



* On ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', the lyrics to "Hey Beautiful" by The Solids are missing, with only the "pa pa pa pa pa, da da da da, da da da da da, da da da da" left in.
** Worth noting that the founding members of the Solids are Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, a/k/a the creators of the show. Before HIMYM, the Solids also contributed "The Future Is Now" as the theme to FOX's ''Series/OliverBeene'', another show Carter & Bays wrote for.
* ''Series/StargateSG1'' had joke lyrics witten by people working on the show which were never aired: ''"We're talking Stargaaate! It's a crazy trip! You can go quite far and you don't need a car, or even a shiiip!"''
** They did air briefly as part of a Sci-Fi Channel contest to win a walk-on role on ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', where one [[HopelessAuditionees hopeless fangirl]] tried to curry favor by singing and dancing.

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* On ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', the lyrics to "Hey Beautiful" by The Solids are missing, with only the "pa pa pa pa pa, da da da da, da da da da da, da da da da" left in.
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in. Worth noting that the founding members of the Solids are Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, a/k/a the creators of the show. Before HIMYM, the Solids also contributed "The Future Is Now" as the theme to FOX's ''Series/OliverBeene'', another show Carter & Bays wrote for.
* ''Series/StargateSG1'' had joke lyrics witten by people working on the show which were never aired: ''"We're show: "We're talking Stargaaate! It's a crazy trip! You can go quite far and you don't need a car, or even a shiiip!"''
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shiiip!" They did air briefly as part of a Sci-Fi Channel contest to win a walk-on role on ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', where one [[HopelessAuditionees hopeless fangirl]] tried to curry favor by singing and dancing.



* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3aJqJUN1Xw Here's a clip]] from the "Mario & Zelda Big Band Live" concert in Japan, adding Forgotten Theme Tune Lyrics to the original [[SuperMarioBros Mario]] theme.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65uNCLBTje0 Do the Mario!]]

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3aJqJUN1Xw Here's a clip]] from the "Mario & Zelda Big Band Live" concert in Japan, adding Forgotten Theme Tune Lyrics to the original [[SuperMarioBros [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] theme.
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theme. And then there's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65uNCLBTje0 Do the Mario!]]



** This is quite common amongst {{JRPG}}s, including ''WildARMs: alone the world'' and ''Creid'' (from VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}), as well as at least seven or eight arrangements that include lyricized ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' music.

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** * This is quite common amongst {{JRPG}}s, including ''WildARMs: alone the world'' and ''Creid'' (from VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}), as well as at least seven or eight arrangements that include lyricized ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' music.



* Many of the songs from the ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' series have had official releases with lyrics. This ''may'' be a very minorly retroactive example, depending on whether they were written with lyrics in mind, or whether they were added later.
** Considering a lot of Japanese games have vocal music [=CDs=] (such as the aforementioned Final Fantasy vocal [=CDs=] as well as the Street Fighter vocal [=CDs=] set to the character's instrumentals) all of which were made after the respective games to cash-in on their success one could assume the same is true for Guilty Gear.
* The theme for ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'' is actually a Russian folk song, called "''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korobeiniki Korobeiniki]]''", and is only ever associated with the game in the west due to PopculturalOsmosis. It's about a peddler who is stricken with a specific girl, [[RuleOfSymbolism with them haggling over goods as a courtship metaphor]].

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* Many of the songs from the ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' series have had official releases with lyrics. This ''may'' be a very minorly retroactive example, depending on whether they were written with lyrics in mind, or whether they were added later.
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later. Considering a lot of Japanese games have vocal music [=CDs=] (such as the aforementioned Final Fantasy ''Final Fantasy'' vocal [=CDs=] as well as the Street Fighter ''Street Fighter'' vocal [=CDs=] set to the character's instrumentals) all of which were made after the respective games to cash-in on their success one could assume the same is true for Guilty Gear.
''Guilty Gear''.
* The theme for ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'' is actually a Russian folk song, called "''[[http://en."[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korobeiniki Korobeiniki]]''", Korobeiniki]]", and is only ever associated with the game in the west due to PopculturalOsmosis. It's about a peddler who is stricken with a specific girl, [[RuleOfSymbolism with them haggling over goods as a courtship metaphor]].



* Partial Example: for the ''{{Transformers}}'' series Armada and Energon, instrumental versions of the TitleThemeTune for the original ''[[WesternAnimation/TheTransformers Transformers]]'' cartoon (which was also reworked into the theme for ''Robots in Disguise'' before these two, and for ''Cybertron'' after them, albeit with lyrics fairly close to the original version for those) were used. In this case, though, the lyrics were hardly discarded... The assumption seemed instead to be that the original theme was iconic enough that a reworked instrumental version would still bring the lyrics to mind.
** ''[[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Animated]]'' sets the G1 lyrics to new music that could basically be called a remix of the original. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EE4YPN_MRyI&NR=1 This video]] demonstrates that they ''are'' fairly close.[[note]]Of course, ''Animated'' then diverges into [[SecondVerseCurse a different trope]]...[[/note]]

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* Partial Example: for the ''{{Transformers}}'' series Armada and Energon, instrumental versions of the TitleThemeTune for the original ''[[WesternAnimation/TheTransformers Transformers]]'' cartoon (which was also reworked into the theme for ''Robots in Disguise'' before these two, and for ''Cybertron'' after them, albeit with lyrics fairly close to the original version for those) were used. In this case, though, the lyrics were hardly discarded... The assumption seemed instead to be that the original theme was iconic enough that a reworked instrumental version would still bring the lyrics to mind.
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mind. ''[[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Animated]]'' sets the G1 lyrics to new music that could basically be called a remix of the original. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EE4YPN_MRyI&NR=1 com/watch?v=EE4YPN_MRyI This video]] demonstrates that they ''are'' fairly close.[[note]]Of course, ''Animated'' then diverges into [[SecondVerseCurse a different trope]]...[[/note]]



** Daffy Duck sang the latter in an old cartoon. "My name is Daffy Duck/I work in a merry-go-round..."
*** As did both [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Roger Rabbit and Eddie Valiant]], although neither used the original lyrics.

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** Daffy Duck sang the latter in an old cartoon. "My name is Daffy Duck/I work in a merry-go-round..."
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" As did both [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Roger Rabbit and Eddie Valiant]], although neither used the original lyrics.



** Bugs Bunny's theme music, "What's Up, Doc?", first heard in "Stage Door Cartoon" of 1944, was published 15 years later as a song. Its first verse begins: "There's a hunter on the hill and he's out to kill/Any rabbit that crosses his path."

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** * Bugs Bunny's theme music, "What's Up, Doc?", first heard in "Stage Door Cartoon" of 1944, was published 15 years later as a song. Its first verse begins: "There's a hunter on the hill and he's out to kill/Any rabbit that crosses his path."



* Marshall Barer and Philip Scheib were the collaborative team (lyrics and music, respectively) behind the ''WesternAnimation/MightyMouse'' theme. On MM's cartoon show on CBS, the theme was extremely abbreviated but was lengthened to its entire first quarter by 1963. Mitch Miller and "The Terry-Tooners" recorded a version that included a middle bridge:
-->''Although we are in danger, we do not despair,''
-->''For wherever there is danger he is there!''
-->''He is there, on the sea, on the land, in the air!''
-->''We're not worrying at all,''
-->''We're just listening for his call:''
-->''[[CatchPhrase "Here I come to save the day!"]]''
-->''That means that Mighty Mouse is on the way!''
** Andy Kaufman once famously lipsynched this song (or at least the "Here I come to save the day!" part) on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''.

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* Marshall Barer and Philip Scheib were the collaborative team (lyrics and music, respectively) behind the ''WesternAnimation/MightyMouse'' theme. On MM's cartoon show on CBS, the theme was extremely abbreviated but was lengthened to its entire first quarter by 1963. Andy Kaufman once famously lipsynched this song (or at least the "Here I come to save the day!" part) on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''. Mitch Miller and "The Terry-Tooners" recorded a version that included a middle bridge:
-->''Although -->Although we are in danger, we do not despair,''
-->''For
despair,
-->For
wherever there is danger he is there!''
-->''He
there!
-->He
is there, on the sea, on the land, in the air!''
-->''We're
air!
-->We're
not worrying at all,''
-->''We're
all,
-->We're
just listening for his call:''
-->''[[CatchPhrase
call:
-->[[CatchPhrase
"Here I come to save the day!"]]''
-->''That
day!"]]
-->That
means that Mighty Mouse is on the way!''
** Andy Kaufman once famously lipsynched this song (or at least the "Here I come to save the day!" part) on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''.
way!



** This is common practice with national anthems, some of which are simply too long for anyone to want to sing them in full, ever. For example, only the third verse of the German national anthem is official (the other two bear UnfortunateImplications); those of Brazil and Israel have at least a dozen stanzas each, of which only one or two are commonly sung; Greece's has ''over a hundred''.
*** This was parodied (or perhaps directly expressed) by Creator/TerryPratchett when he wrote [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAqCbOJc6RU "We Can Rule You Wholesale"]], the anthem of [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Ankh-Morpork]] -- which has conveniently pre-forgotten lyrics for most of its second verse and part of its second chorus.
*** Pratchett, or at least the book's narrator, claims that "all national anthems only have one verse, or rather they all have the same second verse", which goes something like da, da, da, da, da, daaaah...

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** * This is common practice with national anthems, some of which are simply too long for anyone to want to sing them in full, ever. For example, only the third verse of the German national anthem is official (the other two bear UnfortunateImplications); those of Brazil and Israel have at least a dozen stanzas each, of which only one or two are commonly sung; Greece's has ''over a hundred''.
*** ** This was parodied (or perhaps directly expressed) by Creator/TerryPratchett when he wrote [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAqCbOJc6RU "We Can Rule You Wholesale"]], the anthem of [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Ankh-Morpork]] -- which has conveniently pre-forgotten lyrics for most of its second verse and part of its second chorus.
*** ** Pratchett, or at least the book's narrator, claims that "all national anthems only have one verse, or rather they all have the same second verse", which goes something like da, da, da, da, da, daaaah...



* The original lyrics of Bach's ''Wohl mir, daß ich Jesum habe'', the melody of which is better known as ''Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring'', are quite obscure compared to the lyrics for the various versions of ''Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring''. ''Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring'', is also frequently played without the lyrics in order to secularize the hymn, which is popular both within and without religious spheres.
* The lyrics to many big-band hit tunes were often written after they had already been recorded as instrumentals. E.g. Duke Ellington's "Mood Indigo," "Take The 'A' Train," "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" (originally the instrumental "Never No Lament"), "Satin Doll."

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* The original lyrics of Bach's ''Wohl "Wohl mir, daß ich Jesum habe'', habe", the melody of which is better known as ''Jesu, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring'', Desiring", are quite obscure compared to the lyrics for the various versions of ''Jesu, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring''. ''Jesu, Desiring". "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring'', Desiring" is also frequently played without the lyrics in order to secularize the hymn, which is popular both within and without religious spheres.
* The lyrics to many big-band hit tunes were often written after they had already been recorded as instrumentals. E.g. instrumentals, such as Duke Ellington's "Mood Indigo," "Take The 'A' Train," "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" (originally the instrumental "Never No Lament"), and "Satin Doll."
28th Dec '17 5:33:56 PM nombretomado
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* ''FTroop'': The first season had a black-and-white opening with an ExpositoryThemeTune. For the second season (done in color), the titles were redone, and the tune replaced with a lyrics-free instrumental version in the process.

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* ''FTroop'': ''Series/FTroop'': The first season had a black-and-white opening with an ExpositoryThemeTune. For the second season (done in color), the titles were redone, and the tune replaced with a lyrics-free instrumental version in the process.
1st Dec '17 2:37:41 PM Ccook1956
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Trouble makes them shout.\\

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Trouble makes them shout.\\
shout.
1st Dec '17 2:35:57 PM Ccook1956
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* ''The Beagles,'' CBS cartoon from Leonardo-TTV (the folks behind ''WesternAnimation/{{Underdog}}'') had an abbreviated theme. The complete theme was featured on a Columbia LP of the duo. The theme (the omitted lyrics are after the bridge):
-->Looking for the Beagles,\\
Looking high and low.\\
High is for the eagles,\\
Low is where the Beagles go.\\
Ridin' on a busted bubble to wherever there's some trouble,\\
That's where the Beagles go.

-->Trouble's not a sometimes thing,\\
It dims but won't die out.\\
Pleasure makes the Beagles sing,\\
Trouble makes them shout.\\

-->Looking for the Beagles,\\
Not where rich men go.\\
Rich is for the regal,\\
Woe is all the Beagles know.\\
Ridin' on a busted bubble to wherevere there's some trouble,\\
That's where the Beagles go.
7th Nov '17 4:13:09 AM jormis29
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* The theme tune of the SoapOpera ''Series/{{Eastenders}}'' has three different theme tune lyrics, the first entitled "Anyone Can Fall In Love" (sung by Anita Dobson, one of the show's actresses), the second entitled "Glory Be" (reworked as a hymn and even featured on ''SongsOfPraise'') and the third entitled "I'll Always Believe In You" (sung to the 1993 version of the theme tune).

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* The theme tune of the SoapOpera ''Series/{{Eastenders}}'' has three different theme tune lyrics, the first entitled "Anyone Can Fall In Love" (sung by Anita Dobson, one of the show's actresses), the second entitled "Glory Be" (reworked as a hymn and even featured on ''SongsOfPraise'') ''Series/SongsOfPraise'') and the third entitled "I'll Always Believe In You" (sung to the 1993 version of the theme tune).
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