Jersey Shore Theme Song


This show is just…well…dumb. Yes, offense.

But, that definitely will not stop us from making a buck out of it.

So, let me make this quick and painless. The intro and main theme song for Jersey Shore—that show that represents everything that is wrong with this world—is entitled “Get Crazy”. It is by the group (duo) LMFAO, an act that falls in the “electro hop” genre, or electronic hip hop.

The song is originally from LMFAO’s debut album Party Rock, which was released on July 7, 2009. It is also included in the official soundtrack of Jersey Shore. (Even the soundtrack is heavily scrutinized—one track made it to #1 on a 100 Worst Songs Ever list.)

Anyway, below is the full/album version of the theme song “Get Crazy”.

Jersey Shore theme song lyrics

See video above. Also, text not appropriate to post on this blog.

Then below, a version of the opening sequence taken from some season.

Daria Theme Song


This is one of those songs that’s annoying at first. Actually, you know what, let me just describe it as brilliantly annoying.

The song in question was performed by the alternative band Splendora. Sound familiar? I didn’t think so either, and that’s because the Daria theme song is their only claim to fame. The song is officially entitled “You’re Standing on My Neck”.

The band only ever released one album—In the Grass from 1995. However, it does not contain the theme. Although I got the feeling (from album reviews) that if you liked “You’re Standing on My Neck”, you’re going to love the album.

Daria theme song lyrics (show edit)

La, la, la, la, la
This is my stuff
Got to get off
I may go pop
Excuse me, excuse me

I’ve got to be direct
La, la, la
If I’m off, please correct
La, la, la

You’re standing on my neck
You’re standing on my neck
You’re standing on my neck

Below is the original opening sequence.

Below is a full version of the song. For the life of me I can’t figure out where the extended version can be found (album or release).

The Hills Theme Song


We do not have The Hills here in the Philippines, but I do not need that to know that Kristin Cavallari is one helluva cute babe.

So apparently, The Hills is another one of those reality following-a-group-of-famous-people type shows. Anyway, we are only concerned about the theme song—and it has a good one. “Unwritten” by British singer Natasha Bedingfield from her album of the same name, released in 2005. The song was written by Natasha along with Danielle Brisebois and Wayne Rodriguez.

The Hills theme song lyrics

Staring at the blank page before you
Open up the dirty window
Let the sun illuminate the words
That you could not find
Reaching for something in the distance
So close you can almost taste it
Release your inhibitions

Feel the rain on your skin
No one else can feel it for you
Only you can let it in
No one else, no one else
Can speak the words on your lips
Drench yourself in words unspoken
Live your life with arms wide open
Today is where your book begins
The rest is still unwritten, yeah

Watch & listen (from season 6)

A Double Shot at Love Theme Song

A double shot at the Ikki Twins

“Seriously, who watches these shows?” …is what I would say if I were trying to pose as an uber intellectual, but, bottom line is, they’re entertaining.

The aptly chosen theme song, is aptly entitled “Ooh Uh Huh.” It is by the girl band Millionaires, who gained popularity from MySpace. Millionaires consists of sisters Melissa Marie Gree and Allison Green, and Dani Artaud. Click here to see what they look like; they also performed the theme song for Teen Cribs.


The Ikki Twins are Erica “Rikki” Mongeon and Victoria “Vikki” Mongeon; they started out as Hooters waitresses. One of the contestants of A Double Shot at Love, Kandi Hutchinson, died in a car crash shortly after the end of production. The second episode of the series was dedicated to her memory.

A Double Shot at Love theme song lyrics

Ooh, uh-huh
Take a double shot

Trickle down my body
Boys and girls you’re
Feeling naughty, yeah

Ooh, uh-huh
Take a double shot
(At love)

T-take a shot
At love

Listen to “Ooh Uh Huh”