Eric Cartman: Randy Marsh: The episode "Board Girls" features a PC Babies intro to coincide with the storyline, but still kept Randy Marsh's "Tegridy Farms" scat during the ending. I'm headin' on up to South Park, gonna see if I can't unwind. Randy Marsh: Noxx1512 changed description of South Park Kyle's Mum Noxx1512 changed description of South Park Kyle's Mum Noxx1512 added South Park Kyle's Mum to Cartoons/Movies In the episode "Tegridy Farms Halloween Special, the intro was altered with many Halloween-themed elements added . Info. Les: goin' down to south park gonna leave my woes behind! PRIMUS' song "John the Fisherman" was played in the episode, "Guitar Queer-O". Ask questions and download or stream the entire soundtrack on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, & Amazon. tunefind We have an official South Park Theme tab made by UG professional guitarists. Gonna leave my woes behind.1 Aside from the style of the song, the only thing to change has been Kenny's lines, which generally change at the same time as the style. All 2 songs featured in South Park season 19 episode 1: Stunning and Brave, with scene descriptions. ... -----# #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the # #song. South Park Theme Kenny McCormick (S1-S2): I like girls with big fat titties, I like girls with deep vaginas! Our awesome collection of Kenny(mumbles): While most of the early South Park video games opted to keep the show’s iconic intro, the PlayStation and Nintendo 64 title Chef’s Luvshack did away with the well-known opener and instead kicked things off with an entirely new song featuring Isaac Hayes’ character Chef. Watch later. South Park Original Pilot Intro - YouTube. Kenny McCormick (S3-S5; remastered S1-S2): I have got a 10-inch penis, use your mouth if you wanna clean it. Eric Cartman PRIMUS 255.7K. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. South Park is an American animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone and developed by Brian Graden for Comedy Central.The series revolves around four boys—Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick—and their exploits in and around the titular Colorado town. South Park Theme Song Lyrics. Headin' up to South Park gunna see if I can't unwind. Gonna see if I can't unwind. Going down to South Park gunna leave my woes behind Friendly faces everywhere Humble folks without temptation. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. Death and sadness everywhere Towelie: Tap to unmute. From Season Seventeen and onwards, a 3D computer-animated version of the intro is used, and it consists of the bus driver driving past various South Park locations as the the boys sing their lines, resembling the original Season One-Four intro in many respects, with the exception of the 3D animation and "Whamola" instrumental. The closing theme retains the same, but it features Randy Marsh scatting "Tegridy Farms" over the song. I'm only happy when I'm in pain For the rest of the show until "Fourth Grade", the instrumental with the prominent guitar was utilized, with minor but noticeable changes made starting with Season Three. Stan/Kyle together: Friendly faces everywhere, Humble folks without temptations. Going down to South Park Gonna leave my woes behind Ample parking, day or night People spouting, "Howdy, neighbor!" Advisory - the following lyrics contain explicit language: Going down to South Park, gunna have myself a time. Timmy Burch (S6): Timmy, Timmy, Timmy, Timmy, Timmy, Timmy, livin' a lie TIMMY! Gonna have myself a time Tap to unmute. Kenny: I like girls with big fat titties, I like girls with big vaginas! "The Pandemic Special" contains no intro. 58 Tracks. "Basic Cable" features a James Bond-inspired theme song for the Scott Malkinson Show, which had a James Bond styled animation featuring Scott Malkinson. Kenny McCormick or Timmy Burch: The intro was only used for the first 6 episodes of the season. Ample parking day or night, people spouting: "Howdy, neighbor!" So I'm goin' down to South Paaaaaaaaark... to die! He hasn't been shown in the intro since Season Four, as the intro was remixed for "Fourth Grade", but he still sings the theme song, which has been remixed three times: originally for "Fourth Grade"; a country-like remix used at the beginning of Season Six and ending in mid-Season Ten; then remixed from there, using the song "Whamola" from Frog Brigade's 2002 album, Purple Onion. I'm headin' down to Tegridy Farms, So come on down to South Park, and meet some friends of mine. I'm going down to South Park, Gonna have myself a time. Chocolate Salty Balls (P.S. 34 Tracks 271497 Views. I'm goin' down to South Park, gonna leave my woes behind. South Park Season 2 Theme Song\r\rI do not own anything associated with South Park.\rAll the credit goes to\r\rSouth Park Studios\rComedy Central\rTrey … Gonna have myself a time The German dub of the intro uses a different instrumental in the first four seasons. Lyrics below description!This is the South Park Season 2 Theme Song Intro. Friendly faces everywhere, humble folks without temptation. I'm goin' down to South Park, gonna have myself a time. Game Show Theme Songs. Singer: some lines were even altered. Kenny McCormick (S7-S10): Someday I'll be old enough to stick my dick up Britney's butt! While studying the nature of existence, Kyle has a psychedelic experience while the song "Welcome to This World" is played in "The Tooth Fairy Tats 2000". Copy link. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. And meet some friends of mine.3, Tegridy Farms - "Mexican Joker" - s23e01 - South Park, One For the Ladies - South Park - "Turd Burglar" - s23e08, The Scott Malkinson Show - South Park - "Basic Cable" - s23e09. South Park Archives is a FANDOM TV Community. Up until "An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig", this version was used. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Going down to South Park gunna leave my woes behind. (echoes at the word "die"), Randy Marsh: Ultimate Duke Nukem Soundboard. know what's going on.2 Les Claypool: HOT SONG: 21 Savage x Metro Boomin - "My Dawgâ" - LYRICS, NEW SONG: Rod Wave - POP SMOKE - "MOOD SWINGS" ft. Lil Tjay - LYRICS, NEW SONG: AC/DC - "Shot In The Dark" - LYRICS, The 18 Greatest Revenge Songs of All Time, NEW SONG: Shawn Mendes - "Wonder" - LYRICS. South Park Theme Lyrics: I'm going down to South Park / Gonna have myself a time / Friendly faces everywhere / Humble folks without temptation / Going down to South Park / Gonna leave my woes behind South Park Theme. Additionally, Kenny McCormick's line was completely changed, with the replacement of his lines and a higher pitch. While the iconic intro track has stayed the same, more or less, over the years, you might not be able to recognize the song when it first debuted in the show's pilot. Gonna take my woes with me Share. Goin' down to South Park Michael and Henrietta: Posers spouting "Let's go shopping". In Season Twenty-Three, a whole new Tegridy Farms intro based on the intro of Green Acres, sung by Randy Marsh, is used, replacing the normal opening theme since the latter half of Season Ten. The theme song was written by Les Claypool and originally performed by PRIMUS. Headin' up to South Park gunna see if I can't unwind This episode brought back the original instrumental ending theme without Randy Marsh's "Tegridy Farms" scat over the song as it was in the previous seasons. Pokemon Soundboard. South Park Fourth Grade (Late Season 4-5) Intro Instrumental. In Season One, the instrumental was originally constructed with a slightly quieter guitar and a more prominent trumpet. Up Next. Kenny McCormick (Unaired Pilot): Our town is bigger dammit, right down to the little granite. Firkle: The lyrics were altered to fit the personality of the characters. Come Sail Away #3. It was composed and performed by PRIMUS, featuring the band's lead singer, Les Claypool. Ample parking day or night, people spouting: "HOWDY, NEIGHBOR!" From the episode "Fourth Grade", to "Kenny Dies", a hip-hop version of the song was used, which was remixed by Paul Robb. 'Cause I cannot unwind "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics" begins with a parody of the 1970 Christmas special "Santa Claus is Coming to Town.". © 2021 METROLYRICS, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. "A Song of Ass and Fire" is the eighth episode in the seventeenth season of the American animated television series South Park.The 245th episode of the series overall, it first aired on Comedy Central in the United States on November 20, 2013. Singer: Copy link. Share. The "South Park Theme" is the iconic theme song of the phenomenally hit Comedy Central animated comedy show South Park about the titular fictional snow-bound small town within Colorado's Park County in U.S.A., and its four local young schoolboys (referred to as "The Boys" or "The Kids" by the town's locals, or even "The Children" by one of the show's legendary characters Jerome "Chef" McElroy) that are the … Over the course of the series, certain lyrics have been changed, including an entire verse, originally sung by Kenny McCormick, sung by Timmy Burch in the Season Six intro due to Kenny's temporary death in the Season Five episode "Kenny Dies". 622 21. more tracks from the album Chef Aid: The South Park Album [Promo] #1. Kenny McCormick or Timmy Burch: See below Les Claypool: So come on down to South Park, and meet some friends of mine. Kenny: I like girls with big fat titties, I like girls with big vaginas! Cartman: Ample parking day or night, people shouting HOWDY NEIGHBOR! This is "South Park Season 8 (Episodes 1-7) Theme Song Intro" by Filip Slusarczyk on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. Les Claypool: e B G D A E 1 =149 X X X X X X X X 9 13 X X 13 13 9 11 16 14 4 4 2 10 11 10 11 10 11 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 7 3 7 … Lyrics to 'Main Theme' by South Park: I'm going down to South Park gonna have myself a time. Cartman: Ample parking day or night, people shouting HOWDY NEIGHBOR! PRIMUS performed "South Park Theme" and "Mephesto and Kevin" on Chef Aid: The South Park Album. Kyle Broflovski and Stan Marsh: Afterward, they used a bluegrass remix of the song until mid-Season Ten, where the original song was remixed with "Whamola" by Les Claypool and his group, The Frog Brigade, from their album, Purple Onion. "Turd Burglars" features a funk remix of the show's theme song for the One For The Ladies show which sang by the female members of the show with the announcer announcing the title. In "Death", the trumpet was quieted and the guitar was made louder. Picture Episode Title Song/Track Artist/Group Comment "White People Renovating Houses" "Humble" Jim Bob: Country version "Put It Down" "Whistle" (휘파람) Hye-Yeong Jeon Played during the Pyongyang scene "Put It Down" "Give Life A Try" Eric Cartman "Put It Down" "Put It Down" Tweek Tweak & Craig Tucker feat. There are a few episodes that have a unique intro. Goin' down to Tegridy Farms, 26 Tracks 378820 Views. Cartman: ample parking day or night, people spouting howdy neighbour! See below kids at South Park Elementary : Performed at the South Park Elementary theater. Pete: I'm goin' down to South Park, gonna leave my woes behind. Les Claypool: Headin' on up to South Park gonna see if … Les: goin' down to south park gonna see if i cant unwind, Kenny: (muffled) i like girls with fat tittes, i like girls with big vaginas! Goin' down to South Park, gonna leave my woes behind. Nightmares every night Characters Featured in the Crowd. In the episode "Sons A Witches", the theme song was altered with many Halloween-themed elements added. So come on down to South Park and meet some friends O' mine. Primus recorded South Park’s theme song and singer and bassist Claypool recalls being asked in 1997 to get involved in the fledgling Comedy Central show that would go on to become one of the most popular and longest-running TV series’ ever.. And he reveals that the less frantic South Park outro tune is what the band actually had in mind for the main theme. "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" starts with a cold open of the school choir singing "We Wish you a Merry Christmas". Chorus: South Park Original Pilot Intro. Shopping. Heading out to South Park People spouting: "Howdy, neighbor!" Mute current track (M) Turn loop mode on (L) Turn count-in mode on (C) Print (P) Show drum notation. Singer: The "South Park Theme" song plays at the beginning of most South Park episodes. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. Kenny has had a total of five different "verses" in the South Park theme song, and there doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to how they're broken up. Share south park intro: Related Boards: 80's Tv Theme Songs. LYRICS:I'm goin' down to South Park Gonna have myself a time. I got some weed and I don't Main article: South Park Theme. In "Pinkeye", the intro was changed to include eerie Halloween sounds. When Comedy Central started airing reruns of older episodes, the opening theme was back to the way it was during Season Three, with the addition of several recent characters. Les Claypool: Singer: Stan & Kyle: Friendly faces everywhere humble folks without temptation. COMMENTS RECOMMENDED SOUNDBOARDS. Mentally Dull [Think Tank Remix] #8. 24 Tracks 274830 Views. Shopping. Watch the song video South Park Theme. For the special "Goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers", a new theme song was made specifically for the episode. Starting from "Fourth Grade" up until Season Seventeen, the theme song showed various clips from previous episodes as the music played. So come on down to Tegridy Farms, Friendly faces everywhere, I Love You) #2. For his absence in Season Six, Timmy filled in for his lines. So come on down to South Park and meet some friends O' mine. The shows normal theme from the latter half of Season Ten returns for the only time in the twenty-third season in the finale "Christmas Snow". Simultaneous #7. I Like spiders, loss and rain Stan & Kyle: Friendly faces every where, humble folks without temtation. Randy Marsh: HOT SONG: 21 Savage x Metro Boomin - "My Dawg " - LYRICS NEW SONG: Rod Wave - POP SMOKE - "MOOD SWINGS" ft. Lil Tjay - LYRICS NEW SONG: AC/DC - "Shot In The Dark" - LYRICS Watch later. The theme song plays after the show's satirical disclaimer is displayed. Les: Going down to South Park, Gonna leave my woes behind. Les: Headin' on up to South Park, Gonna see if I can't unwind. Kenny McCormick (S10 Episode 8-Present): I like fucking silly bitches and I know my penis likes it. Friendly faces everywhere, humble folks without temptation! Also in Season Three, the boys' vocals were changed; Kyle Broflovski's voice stood out more in his and Stan Marsh's lines, and Eric Cartman's voice was updated. Loneliness and degradation Goin' down to Tegridy Farms, An instrumental version of the original broadcast song plays over the credits to most episodes. From Season Six up until mid-Season Ten, as clips from numerous episodes played, the theme song showed animation director Eric Stough designing the boys with construction paper, an animation technique that was used for the very first episode, "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe". 70's Tv Theme Songs. Goin' down to South Park South Park Tegridy Farms Theme Song Lyrics. Humble folks without temptation. I'm goin' down to South Park, gonna have myself a time. The version of the song featured in "The Unaired Pilot" was much slower, however, it was sped up for broadcast. There's ample parking day or night, Info. South Park Tegridy Farms Theme Lyrics South Park Tegridy Farms Lyrics (From Season 23) [Randy Marsh:] Goin' down to Tegridy Farms Gonna have myself a time Friendly faces everywhere Humble folks without temptation [Randy Marsh:] Eric Cartman: Ample parking day or night, people spouting: "HOWDY, NEIGHBOR!" 11 Tracks 302418 Views. The clips from the intro contain various scenes from the season's episodes. "Pip" begins with a live-action introduction from Malcolm McDowell. Performed by Cartman: Ample parking day or night, people shouting "HOWDY NEIGHBOR"! https://southpark.fandom.com/wiki/South_Park_Theme?oldid=424105, 1 - This line was replaced in the episode ", 2 - This line was removed in the intro used in ", 3 - This line was replaced in the episode ". Les Claypool: I'm headin' on up to South Park, gonna see if I can't unwind.