Songs used in Memes
A song that became known as a "theme song" for the Shrek franchise. Used in variety of remixes and parodies.
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A children song which featured a dance. Popularized in Southeast Asia.
Song featuring the Ugandan Knuckles meme, a distorted version of Knuckles that references an Ugandan action film, a character from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. The song's lyrics revolves around the meme character's best known line, "Do you know da wae?"
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Song featured in the "Leekspin" / "Loituma Girl" meme of the mid-2000s.
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A song by Rick Astley often used in bait-in-switch prank (e.g. In online discussion, a participant posts a link supposedly relevant to the discussion thread that leads to a video of "Never Gonna Give You Up"). Those who fell for the prank are said to have been "rickrolled"
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The entrance theme of WWE wrestler John Cena. Featured in "Unexpected John Cena" memes.
A short music video by Japanese comedian Kosaka Daimaoh under the persona Pika Taro. The video was widely circularized in 2016.
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Get Down / Geddan video remix of the mid-2000s which originated from a glitch found in the Nintendo 64 game GoldenEye 007.
The theme song of the Nadeko Snake arc of the Bakemonogatari anime series. Fans of the series or just the song made version of the opening sequence that features different characters from several sources from popular culture.
Originally titled as "The Next Episode" which would later be commonly referred to as "Smoke Weed Everyday", an iconic line in the song. Used in remixes and parodies that reference marijuana drug culture or the experience of being "high" in general.
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"Hello Darkness, My Old Friend" meme, named after the first line of "The Sound of Silence". First gained traction when the song was used as a leitmotif for Gob, a character in the American sitcom Arrested Development during the show's Season 4.
Slam Remixes / "X vs. Quad City DJs"
The song Space Jam is superimposed on another song with the characters/people of the cover art or other relevant image superimposed with the face of Charles Barkley, a reference to the indie game ''Barkley Shut up and Jam Gaiden''.
A catchy song from "Lazy Town" about the series' villain Roby Rotten teaching his clones on how to be a supervillain. Versions of the dance sequence of the song circulated in the internet. The meme was popularized as a fund raising effort for the character's actor, Stefán Karl Stefánsson.
"X" Anime Opening
Also known as A Cruel Angel's Thesis and the opening theme song of the anime Evangelion. Participants of the meme creates version of the opening sequence featuring other characters from other series or even subject matters ranging from politics, real life figures, controversial historical events, or other aspects of popular culture.