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1. 24. Gullah Gullah Island (1994)

This has to be one of the most wholesome theme songs in TV history you’ll ever hear.

2. 19. Proud Family (2001)

Sung by Solange featuring Destiny’s Child, this cute theme song gave the perfect portrayal of family life — pushing buttons one minute and then hugging them the next.

3. 14. 227 (1985)

This theme song and show definitely made you think of your own neighbors whenever you watched it, and it was true, there was no place like home. Every neighborhood had a Miss Pearl. Who was yours?

Fun Fact (if you didn’t know): Marla Gibbs sang the show’s theme, and she was also a singer back in the day. (Shout out to TV One’s “Life After” for that fact!)

4. 12a. Hanging With Mr. Cooper

Ok, so we couldn’t leave off the first season theme song with En Vogue! It was epic. We’re still in the era where the show’s stars were singing the theme, and Dawnn Lewis couldn’t resist. We just wanna know why En Vogue was the backup. CoooooOOOooooper!

5. 11. In Living Color (1990)

If this didn’t make you want to just run to Home Depot and grab some paint, so you could do what you wanna, then we might cme to the conclusion that you have not one ounce of fun in you.

6. 10. Good Times (1974)

“Good Times” had to be one of the most depressing theme songs to date. But dammit, if you didn’t put your best voice on to sing along!

7. 9. Family Matters (1989)

It was the most hopeful theme song for a show about an irritable cop who couldn’t stand his teenage neighbor.

8. 7. The Cosby Show (Season 6) (1983)

Bill Cosby always had a way with the themes he chose for each season of the show, but this one had to be the best of the best.