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10 kids' TV theme tunes from the 2000s that were full on bangers


IT PROBABLY TOOK you the past ten years to get these out of your head, but we’re going to put them back in. Sorry.

1. Drake and Josh

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There’s something a little narcissistic about singing the theme song for your own show, but we’ll let Drake away with this because it is so enjoyable.

2. Kim Possible

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Call me, beep me, if you wanna reach me! Fun fact: The Kim Possible theme was sung by Christina Milian, which is the most 2000s configuration of words there is.

3. So Little Time

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Remember when the Olsen twins didn’t look like tiny Miss Havishams? And their names were on everything from makeup to dolls? And you were humming this song 24/7?

4. The Proud Family

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Destiny’s Child sang this with Beyoncé’s little sister Solange, which is kind of hilarious when you think about what a megastar Bey is now. It practically IS a DC song, minus the lyrics.

5. Taina

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Taieeeeeeeeena, Taieeeeeeeena! Whatever happened to her? (She’s doing bits and pieces on telly.)

6. As Told By Ginger

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What’s the story with big names singing for kids’ TV shows? Here’s Macy Gray with the more subdued, yet still extremely catchy, theme for As Told By Ginger.

7. That’s So Raven

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Such a BOP. Love the Cher-like Autotune sprinkled in here. Very of its time.

8. Hannah Montana

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Sorry everyone, this was peak Miley Cyrus, music-wise. That and See You Again, which is a modern classic.

9. Recess

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This didn’t even have lyrics and it was iconic. Tennnderrr.

10. Spongebob Squarepants

Source: Nick Animation/YouTube

If this came on in Coppers you can BET everyone would go nuts. Forty seconds of pure madness.

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