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theme song

a melody in an operetta or musical comedy so emphasized by repetition as to dominate the presentation.
a melody identifying or identified with a radio or television program, dance band, etc., usually played at the beginning of each program.
an expression, comment, or subject of conversation that a person or group uses habitually.
Origin of theme song
1925-30, Americanism Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • And the theme song for you can be the one the scarecrow sings.
  • We have our own theme song and enjoy pink flamingoes.
  • Then she peels this off slowly as the band plays her theme song.
  • He can't even get them to sing the show's theme song correctly.
  • And with a catchy, call-and-answer theme song, it's easy to see how kids got hooked.
British Dictionary definitions for theme song

theme song

a melody used, esp in a film score, to set a mood, introduce a character, etc
another term for signature tune
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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