'Dukes of Hazzard' celebrates 35 years with the best 1980s TV theme songs
1. "The Dukes of Hazzard" -- It counts because it aired mostly in the '80s. And who doesn't love the golden pipes of Waylon Jennings?
2. "Growing Pains" -- What a great duet. Do you recognize the woman? It's Jennifer Warnes, of "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" fame.
3. "Perfect Strangers" -- This soaring number makes you feel like you can conquer the world, right? Or at least leave your home in Mypos for the big city in America.
4. "Cheers" -- This is like comfort food in song form. They just don't make TV theme songs like they used to.
5. "Who's the Boss?" -- These are some good credits. Hello, Tony Danza in a tuxedo.
6. "The Facts of Life" -- Fun fact: This theme song is sung by Gloria Loring and was written by her and then-husband Alan Thicke, "Growing Pains" star. Alan and Gloria are also mom and dad to Robin Thicke.
7. "Just the Ten of Us" -- This one is awesomely sung by Bill Medley, of the Righteous Brothers (and also of "(I've Had) the Time of My Life")