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Wkrp closing theme
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18 Mar kolcuoglukonyaalti.com Remember that rock song at the end of WKRP in Cincinnati? The one that ends with a kitten meowing? Well. Misheard Lyrics, performed by WKRP In Cincinnati (Closing Theme). Misheard lyrics (also known as mondegreens) are instances of when a song lyric can't be. WKRP in Cincinnati is an American sitcom that featured the misadventures of the staff of a .. The closing theme, "WKRP In Cincinnati End Credits," was a hard rock number composed and performed by Jim Ellis, an Atlanta musician who.
Here are the answers to some questions that frequently come up regarding " WKRP In Cincinnati." Q. What are the lyrics to the closing theme? A. There are no . The WKRP end theme lyrics. Said to the bartender "Best night I ever had" Singin' to the bar. Had a microphone (in)to her heart. I said - Goodbye madam. I'd had. 4 Apr Does anyone have any idea what the lyrics to the closing theme of WKRP In Cincinnati are? I used to hope that the CBS announcer would have.
Tom, in turn, hires me to arrange and orchestrate the opening theme that he and Hugh had written, and to write a rock and roll closing theme. I had originally. To anybody who remembers this little gem of a TV show from the late 70's to early 80's about a dysfunctional radio station, have you ever. In the '70s, shows very often had closing credits and musical themes for those as well. The one for WKRP was particularly aggressive: a rock tune with loud. The closing theme, "WKRP In Cincinnati End Credits", was a hard rock number composed and performed by Jim Ellis, an Atlanta musician who recorded some. 3 Sep That being said, does anybody here know the actual lyrics of the closing theme song to WKRP In Cincinnati? There are numerous sites on You.