The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air

Opening Theme

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The following is the lyrics to the fan favorite theme song of the show. Cody Marshall parodied the opening theme song about the 1972-1978 CBS sitcom "The Bob Newhart Show" about a Chicago psychologist named Dr. Robert Harley (Bob Newhart), and his wife, Emily Hartley (Suzanne Pleshette).

Parody VersionEdit

Now, here is a story all about Bob

His phone got flipped-turned upside down

And I'd like to take a minute

Just sit right there

I'll tell you how I became a psychologist named Dr. Robert Hartley

In suburban Chicago born and raised

In my office is where I spent most of my days

Talkin' on the phone like an operator

And we're telling ourselves inside of his life

When a couple of patients who were up to those good

Started making trouble in Chicago

I got a little frustrated and my wife got scared

She said 'You're movin' with your wife named Emily in Chicago'

I begged and pleaded with him day after day

But i left my office and i returned home

I put on my trench coat and i put on my jacket.

I put my fedora on and said, 'I am coming right home'.

Oh man, no this ain't bad

Walking out of my office and returning home.

Is this what the people of Chicago living like?

Yeah, i am a doc.

I waited for a train and when it came near

The Chicago Transit Authority had people on the seats

If anything I could say that this transit's there

But I thought 'Nah, forget it' - 'Yo, home to his wife'

I came home to my wife about 7:00 or 8:00

And I yelled to the door 'Get intro my living room'

I kissed with my wife

I got my new apartment

To sit on my throne as the home to Emily

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