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Twitter’s Trending Hashtag #BestCartoonThemeSong Will Remind You Of Childhood

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By Gabriela Silva

There is always something new trending on Twitter that it's sometimes hard to keep up. The hashtag #BestCartoonThemeSong is currently ranking high on the list and its giving people some nostalgic competition.

Now that Disney+ is up and running, people are a little stir crazy now being able to watch their favorite shows from childhood that weren't previously available. With the ability to sit back and watch some iconic characters in action, people are having a little friendly competition.

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One of the best parts of your favorite show isn't just the plot and characters, but the theme song. We all have that one theme song that we can recite word for word and never gets old. Fans took to Twitter to see which show has the best theme song of all. Some fans are having a hard time choosing and instead make a long list.

Among these theme songs are some familiar faces that hit you with memories of sitting in your pajamas with your eyes glued to the Tv screen.

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'The Proud Family' was a crowd favorite and the theme song holds a special place in people's hearts. At the time, the theme song was actually sung by Solange and Destiny's Child. No wonder the theme song made you get up and sing along.

'The Proud Family' is one of the shows now available on Disney +. There were also rumors that the show will get brand new episodes . As the hashtag raves on, there are some familiar faces and some that might be out of some people's age ranges.

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If you were fortunate to grow up in a time where you sat in front of a TV screen, the ones with a long back to it that weighed a hundred pounds, you have some fond memories. You might remember the iconic whistling from Cartoon Networks, 'Ed,Ed n Eddy' or Nickelodeons large fries and chocolate shake from 'The Fairly Odd Parents'.

You might even remember the theme song to the world's favorite pooch, 'Scooby-Doo, Where are You!'. If you remember that without having to listen, then you also remember 'What's New Scooby-Doo' and 'A Pup Named Scooby-Doo'.

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The hashtag goes deep into the vault of your favorite Tv shows and gob smacks you in the face. There are some shows you completely forgot about watching as a kid. Remember the show 'Cyberchase' on PBS? As a kid you probably had no idea Christopher Lloyd played the character Hacker.

Who can forget the iconic 'Thunder Cats!' with the shooting laser beams and the sword you wish you had as a kid. Despite the hashtag bringing nostalgic memories, it makes you feel a little old.

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