Whoever composed or wrote songs for the Woody Woodpecker cartoons must have had a keen taste in music-a lot of the older ones had a great mix of both instrumental and lyrical songs, from the opening "Crazy" song of Woody's first solo cartoon, Woody Woodpecker (AKA The Cracked Nut) to the song of the short Ski For Two, The Woody Woodpecker Song, and even The Woody Woodpecker Polka. And as for the Barber of Seville short? That belongs in a section all its own.
You have AIDS. Sorry I wish it was something less serious.
Whatever Brian and Stewie feels like singing.
When Peter and Michael Moore get into a farting contest, the results are... disturbingly catchy.
A vasectomy's a medical procedure, one that makes you half a man (you're half a maaaaaaaaaaan)...remember when you twisted up your garden hose? Well essentially that is the plan (that is the plaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan)!
Mister Booze, Mister Booze, Mister B-double O-Z-E, you must refuse...
"You've Got A Lot To See", almost four decades of pop culture in one great song.
From "Butterballs": "Let's all join together and make bullying kill itself. Bullying is an ugly thing, and lets shove its face in the dirt and make bullying kill itself." Not to mention, "Jackity jackity jackity jack, smackity smackity smackity smack..."
"Born in New Zealand in '64, a hot-headed actor named Russell Crowe..."
You ain't heard nothing until you've heard the theme to the crappy 1960s cartoon. It even found its way into the movie as the big, brassy background number in the casino, and as Tony's ringtone on Rhodey's phone.
Iron Man Tony Stark makes you feel, he's the cool exec with a heart of steel.
"Come gather around me, space travelers, surround me... " If you're Canadian, odds are you've already recognized it.
But we're not Canadian. So identify it for the rest of us.
"Hey don't you know that / we're off to see the world / We're off to find our dreams"
We're the ones on the run/We're the girls, we're the diamond dolls/It's a ravenous world/And the ceiling is very tall/do do do do do do do-ahhhhhhhhhh... Been wriggling in my ear for over two decades now.
In the same episode, "Wizards, Warriors, and a Word From Our Sponsor", the scene briefly dwells on Mike the TV wandering through a corridor, humming a little ditty to himself out of nowhere. It's... memorable.
"Just a little homework tonight!/ Just a little homework tonight!"
"I Love to Singa...about the moon-a and the June-a and the spring-a... I love to singa... about a sky of blue-a or a tea for two-a, anything-a with-a swing-a to an I-Love-You-a, I-I love-a to, I-I love-a to siiiiiiiiing!"
You will never, ever get "Let's Go Band/Blue" out of your head if you were in band and played it over.... and over.... and over... and then had to listen to the Beginning Band play it for two more insufferable years. Its like its traumatized you (kids can and will scream "NOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!" when seeing it on the program).
And when you combine that song with Chris Rock's annoying, memetic Afro Circus gag, you get this, which was played over the credits of the third Madagascar film. Good luck getting this one out of your head.
If you've lived Spain (or Argentina and other Latin American countries) in the 1960s, 70s, or 80s, you may or may not remember these songs that were made to remind viewers that it was time to go to bed:
La Famila Telerín: "¡Vamos a la cama, que hay que descansar! ¡Para que mañana podamos madrugar!"
Los Televicentes: "La noche con un sueño salieron a pasear..."
Casimiro: "Fuera calcetínesnote In Latin America, this was changed to "Me saco las medias", me pongo el pijama, me cuelgo la ropa, preparo la cama..."
This song was so popular in Spain, it was later covered by a rock band called "La Cabra Mecánica".
Telin, Telen, Telon: "¡Telin, Telin, Telin, forofa de la tele! ¡Telen Telen Telen, forofa él tambien!..."
"...Je suis une sortcelière / Et le pouvoir et mon choix / Magique à part entière / Tout à la fois / Tara Duncan! / Tara Duncan!note The series was also given an English dub complete with an English version of the theme song.