Our whole universe was in a hot dense state, Then nearly fourteen billion years ago expansion started, wait The Earth began to cool, The autotrophs began to drool, Neanderthals developed tools, We built a wall we built the pyramids , Math, science, history, unravelling the mysteries, That all started with the big bang! A fraction of a second and the elements were made. The bipeds stood up straight, The dinosaurs all met their fate, They tried to leap but they were late And they all died they froze their asses off The oceans and pangea See ya, wouldn't wanna be ya Set in motion by the same big bang! It's expanding ever outward but one day It will pause and start to go the other way, Collapsing ever inward, we won't be here, it won't be heard Our best and brightest figure that it'll make an even bigger bang!
The History Of Everything (the Big Bang Theory)
The Big Bang Theory's Theme Song Resulted In A Lawsuit
Barenaked Ladies is a Canadian rock band formed in in Scarborough, Ontario. The band developed a cult following in Canada, with their self-titled cassette becoming the first independent release to be certified gold in Canada. The band's popularity subsequently spread into the U. In the s, the band became well-known for creating the theme song for the sitcom The Big Bang Theory. Andy Creeggan left the band in and was replaced by Kevin Hearn.
It is played after the cold opening of each episode except the unaired pilot. It is composed and performed by the band "Barenaked Ladies". The song describes the developments the universe has undergone since the dawn of time. The song title is similar to A Short History of Nearly Everything , a popular science book by Bill Bryson that explains some areas of science to a general audience.
The Big Bang Theory 's theme song, titled "The History of Everything," became iconic along with the show, but it also resulted in a lawsuit. It's pretty rare nowadays for a TV show to have a theme song with lyrics, and actually pretty rare for a show to have an opening credits sequence at all, as more and more shows - such as Supernatural and The Good Place - have gone to using a quick screen with the title on it. In that way, The Big Bang Theory 's theme song is a bit of a blast from TV past, which might be one reason it proved so popular with fans. However, while "The History of Everything" proved to be another success for the group, one now former member isn't exactly pleased with what occurred. Here's why The Big Bang Theory theme song led to a lawsuit.