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

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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?

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GeorgeSzeman 30 days 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 1 month ago
You got 9 out of 11
Face it — you aced it! Nice work!
Missed #3 and #8.
Laura 1 month ago
11-11 you can tell I watch MeTV constantly!
SashaPayneDiaz 1 month ago
10/11 Missed The Monkees of all things!
TheDavBow3 1 month 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 1 month ago
10 out of 11, I'm old...lol
Dario 1 month ago
10 out of 11. 😁😁😁😁😁
Lacey 1 month 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 1 month 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 2 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 2 months ago
10/11, missed the last one.
booster 2 months ago
10/11 #3 fooled me. I started humming the Sesame Street song, and it through off my thinking.
RobCertSDSCascap booster 2 months ago
That happened to me once before, but I took a sharp left at the blues note
MadMadMadWorld 2 months ago
#3 and #10. Not bad, since I never grew up on The Flintstones. #11 was my favorite, with the one word: Idlewild (airport name, pre-JFK name in '64) knowing only one theme song in TV history had that word in it: Car 54. One of the craziest theme songs ever, that few people remember, compared to Gilligan's Island or The Brady Bunch. Interesting that the series ended in Apr '63, prior to both JFK's murder and the Oct '64 overthrow of Khrushchev. Can we return to those more innocent and carefree days, instead of the horrors we have to endure today? Even the theme songs were much better then compared to today!
HopeDuchaine 2 months ago
9/11. I hit a couple of bad patches.
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