The 15 Best Pop Songs Appropriated for Television Themes
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The 15 Best Pop Songs Appropriated for Television Themes

By Dustin Rowles | Seriously Random Lists | June 28, 2012 | Comments ()


15. Joan Osborne, "One of Us," "Joan of Arcadia"

14. Remy Zero, "Save Me," "Smallville"

13. Love Spit Love: "How Soon is Now," "Charmed"

12. Phantom Planet, "California," "The O.C."

11. Paula Cole, "I Don't Want to Wait," "Dawson's Creek"

10. Andrew Gold, "Thank You for Being a Friend," "The Golden Girls"

9. The Who, "Who Are You," "CSI"

8. They Might Be Giants: "Boss of Me," "Malcolm in the Middle"

7. The Von Bondies, "C'mon, C'mon," "Rescue Me"

6. Massive Attack: "Teardrop," "House"

5. Dandy Warhols: "We Used to Be Friends," "Veronica Mars"

4. Queen: "Princes of the Universe," "The Highlander Series"

3. Foo Fighters: "Next Year," "Ed"

2. Massive Attack: "Paradise Circle," "Luther"

1. Joe Cocker, "A Little Help from My Friends," "The Wonder Years"

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