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Jim Ellis', "WKRP In Cincinnati (Closing Theme)"
Misheard Lyrics:
Back to the boys didda, I like to have you here now
Zam to the bar in a room on me, uh-huh
But, we're looking far and I'm, I'm happy here to hear now
I need a woman through it, in a woman up-a here, uh-huh
Original Lyrics:
Mad tooth bar chin-up, box zing outta her hair now
Still do the modern day whack-a-mole ditto-o-o
What's that? Good bartender, i'da hat-beer 'n' head out
I said I wouldn't do it if a poodle had a lid on
The opening theme was performed by Steve Carlisle; the closing theme (THIS tune) by Jim Ellis.

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