7 Sitcom Theme Tunes

I have this stuck in my head.

I really should give Brush Strokes a thorough re-watching. And then break out my Mulberry DVDs.

Next to my Mulberry set are the Sorry! ones.

Which was on TV at the same time as The Young Ones.

But the Birds Of A Feather theme tune is best rendered as a bombastic speech by a Northern Irish politician.

While The Only Fools And Horses one would work at a conference speech (especially if you then do the closing theme).

And the sheer melancholy of the Bottom titles provides a nice counterpoint to Brush Strokes.


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