Do you remember when Spider-Man had a cartoon and a cool theme song? This was back in the ’60s, so we’ll forgive you if you don’t. Here’s a refresher:
Still not ringing a bell? It’s okay. The new guy knows it in case you forgot!
Sing along! Everybody!
Spider-Man Theme by Bob Harris with Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster
Does whatever a spider can.
Spins a web, any size.
Catches thieves just like flies.
Look out! Here comes the Spider-Man!
Is he strong? Listen, bud.
He’s got radioactive blood.
Can he swing from a thread?
Take a look overhead.
Hey there! There goes the Spider-Man!
In the chill of night,
At the scene of the crime,
Like a streak of light,
He arrives just in time.
Friendly neighborhood Spider-Man!
Wealth and fame? He’s ignored.
Action is his reward!
To him, life is a great big bang-up.
Wherever there’s a hang-up,
You’ll find the Spider-Man!
[Thanks to Animated Superheroes for transcribing the words! Go check it out if you want to hear some of the less orthodox versions that have been recorded over the years.]