From waiting for intro songs of our favorite cartoon to skipping the intros of the series, we all grew up. We might not watch these cartoons now but their title songs are still engraved in our hearts.
Remember the days when we forgot to take a nap or have lunch and all the shows we binge-watched as a child after coming from school. Who cared about eating and sleeping in those days, right?
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So, to sum up, our entire childhood in a single post, here are the cartoon title songs to give us a nostalgic trip!
“Main Kisi Ka Sapna Hoon
Jo Aaj Banchuka Hoon Sach
Ab Ye Mera Sapna Hai Ki
Sab Ke Sapne Sach Main Karoon”
Once upon a time, all of us as kids wanted was Doraemon’s pocket or even just the “Anywhere Door.” Probably one of the most addictive cartoons, Doraemon has its origin in the Japanese manga series.
Just like Nobita had a brother like a friend who would solve all the problems for him, we wanted a friend like him as well.
“Mera Naam Hi Shin Chan Hai,
Mein Shararat Se Bhara, Badi Mushkil Mein Padi
Meri Family Nohara”
If you did not take Shinchan’s lesson on how to be a troublemaker and a mischievous kid, you missed out on a lot of fun.
Weren’t we all afraid of Shinchan’s mother? Also, his bond with his pet dog was precious and all of us wanted a pet back then watching Shinchan.
3. Ninja Hattori
“Pahadon Ke Upar… Jungle Ke Paar
Dekho Kaun Apne… Shehar Aaya Yaar
Ninja Hattori… Apne Ghar Aaya Yaar”
Another cartoon based on Japanese manga series, Ninja Hattori and Kenichi were similar to Doraemon and Nobita but with their own unique adventures.
Apart from them, Shinzo and Shishimaru left no opportunity to make us laugh.
“Aagaya Noddy, Noddy
Pe pe karke bole
Aagaya Noddy, Noddy
Aao hum sab khele”
One of our favorite title songs, Noddy’s unstoppable nodding after sneezing or falling down was the highlight of the show!
Also, as kids, we were in awe of the fact that a little kid like us in Toyland was working as a driver.
Oswald’s theme song had no lyrics but it was so soothing and watching him come out of his house (which was amazing, btw) and meet his friends.
Surely, as an adult all of those alarms cannot wake us up but knowing that Oswald was airing early in the morning, all of us woke up without the clocks.
On top of that, Oswald taught us the importance of friendship and going out of the way to help our friends.
6. Phineas and Ferb
“Rocket mein udna ya mummy se ladna
Ya Eiffel Tower pe chadna
Jo hai hi nahin uska pata lagaana
Ya phir bandar ko nehlana”
Taking science class or watching Phineas and Ferb, what will you choose? We know the answer!
Phineas and Ferb developed an interest in inventing new things and you must have tried at least once to make something yourself in summer vacation.
7. Tom and Jerry
Tom and Jerry‘s opening tune might not be a melody that we remember but Tom chasing Jerry is something that will stay with us for a lifetime.
Cat and mouse? No, we say Tom and Jerry!
8. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
“Yeh hai Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
Aaiye Karey Mazey
Mickey Mouse was one of the shows that aired around 7-8 in the morning on Disney. Just like Oswald, Mickey Mouse had the potential to wake us up early every day.
Plus, Donald, Daisy, Pluto, etc. all the characters in it were amazing.
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