A while back (might actually be as far as a year or three), something occurred to me out of nowhere. And since I just came out of lurking-mode again, I might just as well share. Maybe this is ancient news to you or has always been known to ASJ fans (and I am once again late to the party), but maybe I can surprise a few of you.
Nothing big or important. But it has forever changed how I hear the ASJ theme in my head. So, be warned
The ASJ theme is really a title song
Only they chose not to sing the words. But they are well known to any fan.
Don't believe me?
Try this experiment:
Say out loud the following line:
"Alias Smith & Jones. Two pretty good bad men. And in all the trains and banks they robbed, they never killed no-one."
Get it? No? Then try saying it again while thinking of the ASJ theme... Try to sing them along to it. *grins satisfied*
What? You can't "unhear" the words now when the the ASJ theme is playing? Well, you were warned.
"I can resist everything - except temptation" Oscar Wilde
For me temptation is Hannibal Heyes, especially in chaps!