Can you guess the Sixties TV theme song from a single rhyme?

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to pass this quiz

about theme song rhymes

from Sixties primetime

These popular TV tunes have been stuck in your head for years. Try to find the melodies and sing along — if you can. We took two rhyming words from catchy theme songs. Guess the show!


  1. Sure / Tour
  2. Swollen / Rollin'
  3. Street / Feet
  4. Food / Crude
  5. Museum / See 'em
  6. Girls / Curls
  7. Stay / Hay
  8. Dreamy / Creamy
  9. Got a sliver / Shake and shiver
  10. Like to do / Something new
  11. Child / Idlewild

Can you guess the Sixties TV theme song from a single rhyme?

Your Result...

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EllisClevenger 19 days ago
You got 10 out of 11
Face it — you aced it! Nice work!
Missed #8
CaroleThorpe 25 days ago
You got 11 out of 11
Face it — you aced it! Nice work!
LynCarceo 26 days ago
7/11. didn't watch some of them.
rycki1138 26 days ago
10 out of 11. Missed the Monkees question.
Patty 11 months ago
Yeah, i cannot believe i missed the Jeffersons. Or the Monkees theme?! For awhile i dug that show and was truly sad my mother and grandmother wouldnt allow pics of stars & musicians on my bedroom wall.
Patty 11 months ago
Well, Jed Clampett did shoot at "food" and up came a bubblin' CREW (oil). Not "CRUDE". That's why i missed that one. This test was hard. And i thought i knew most all of th songs
retrodon Patty 26 days ago
Come and listen to my story about a man named Jed
A poor mountaineer, barely kept his family fed,
And then one day he was shootin at some food,
And up through the ground come a bubblin crude.

Oil that is, black gold, Texas tea.

Well the first thing you know ol Jed's a millionaire,
The kinfolk said "Jed move away from there"
Said "Californy is the place you ought to be"
So they loaded up the truck and they moved to Beverly

Hills, that is. Swimmin pools, movie stars.

source: https://www.lyricsondemand.com/tvthemes/beverlyhillbillieslyrics.html
rycki1138 Patty 26 days ago
"Crude" oil is oil that comes straight from the ground and hasn't been refined yet. It is Crude.
GeorgeSzeman 14 months ago
Looks like a lot of people missed the Monkees question. Car 54 was the easiest, always remember Idlewild, also Hillbillies and Green Acres.
EllisClevenger 14 months ago
You got 9 out of 11
Face it — you aced it! Nice work!
Missed #3 and #8.
Laura 14 months ago
11-11 you can tell I watch MeTV constantly!
SashaPayneDiaz 14 months ago
10/11 Missed The Monkees of all things!
TheDavBow3 14 months ago
9 of 11! I never would have guessed Dobie Gillis. I can't believe I missed the Monkees one! They're one of my favorite (manufactured) bands 😉
Laura 14 months ago
10 out of 11, I'm old...lol
Dario 15 months ago
10 out of 11. 😁😁😁😁😁
Lacey 15 months ago
10/11 I can't believe I missed #7.
I actually did better on this one than I did on the 70s edition.
BuddyHinton 15 months ago
10/11. But I’m giving myself a correct answer for The Monkees because those specific lyrics are definitely not on the television version. Only on the single. Which I didn’t own. Because I was way too cool for that. 😆
MikefromJersey 15 months ago
10 for 11. Charles Addams was from Westfield, NJ, my hometown and you can see the house that inspired the Addam's Mansion there. Every year they throw an Addams Fest, it grew from a hundred people to tens of thousands. Same thing happened to Andy Griffith's hometown of Mount Airy, now they get people from all over the world visiting.
Barry22 15 months ago
10/11, missed the last one.
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