Is it the theme from "The Fall Guy"???

Hey KIDS! Have you seen that new Nike commercial with the two athletes growing up, one is black one is white, and them playing sports over the years, with a banjo pluckn’ in the background and a John Fogarty-esque dude singing along??? And at the end is that “Yeeeeeeeeeee-haw!” Correct me if I’m wrong, but wasn’t that the tune to the Fall Guy?? I really dig that song (no I’m not from the south) but where could I hear it on the internet???

-current White House Intern, NO JOKE!

Nope, Dukes of Hazzard

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If I am correct, you are talking about the Jason Williams/Randy Moss shoe commercial. They went to the same high school/etc. Anyway, it’s not the Fall Guy, it is the theme song to The Dukes of Hazzard as sung by Waylon Jennings. I have to laugh when it gets to the “in trouble with the law” line, since both guys have had their issues with staying on the law-abiding side of the line.

Well, shut my mouth. It’s also illegal to put squirrels down your pants for the purposes of gambling.

as sung by waylon jennings.

All this science, I don’t understand. It’s just my job 5 days a week-- Rocketman

How embarrassing, I didn’t know that and I even had a Dukes of Hazzard sleeping gown.

Many thanx…have found a tv theme song site…

For the record, I love that commercial and that song. Gives me the warm fuzzies every time I see it/hear it.

A friend is someone who likes you even though you’re as ugly as a hat full of assholes.

And just so’s you young whippersnappers can tell 'em apart next time you hear 'em, the theme song from The Fall Guy (or at least the second verse of it) goes something like:

<BLOCKQUOTE>I’ve never spent much time in school, but I’ve taught ladies plenty;
It’s true I hire my body out for pay – hey hey!
I’ve been on fire with Cheryl Tiegs, blown up with Racquel Welch,
But when I wind up in the hay, it’s only hay – hey hey!
I might fall from a ta-all buildin’, or Tarzan from a vine,
'Cause I’m the unknown stunt man who makes Eastwood look so fine.</BLOCKQUOTE>

Don’t forget; the first line from the theme for The Fall Guy is:

The Fall Guy starred Lee Majors who was, of course, once married to Farrah Fawcett Majors. I have no idea if the first line is deliberate or not.

“Drink your coffee! Remember, there are people sleeping in China.”

Dennis Matheson —
Hike, Dive, Ski, Climb —

Well, he is the unknown stuntman who made a lover out of Burt, after all.