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Army Wives Theme Song

Quite confusing, but here goes. The song used for Army Wives, which is also used during promotion is “Far From Here” by Alissa Moreno—a not-that-widely-known American singer-songwriter. “Far From Here” came from her 2008 debut album In Your Wake, which was released on Pi Records—her own record label.

Original music for Army Wives (plays during show) is mostly credited to Marc Fantini and Steffan Fantini, the same duo who provides music for Criminal Minds.

Army Wives theme song lyrics

Fight hard on a night like this
Look for a star and wish
You could get out of it

Bite down and then pray, pray, pray
You’ll make it through this to sing and say
You hold life dear

Moments turn to hours that become years
And now I’m…

Far from here, and we are happy
Far from here, we are all right
Far from here, things are peaceful
Far from here, we have insight
Far from here, we’ve detangled
And strangled hold
And I hope to see you there

Rise high out of this whole scene
Look down and separate yourself
From your worst dream

Then fly far and then stay, stay, stay
Out of the way until the coast
Is clear and safe

Moments turn to hours that become years
And now I’m…

Chorus

Oh, it’s hard to imagine
The things that we survive
Will we understand it all
One day when we arrive?

Far from here, and we are happy
Far from here, we are all right
Far from here, things are peaceful
Far from here, we have insight
Far from here, we are laughing
Far from here, we are thankful
Far from here, we’re forgiven
And for that we are grateful
Far from here, we’ve detangled
Our strangled hold
And I hope to see you there

Listen to “Far From Here”

Frasier Theme Song

The Frasier theme song is entitled “Tossed Salad and Scrambled Eggs.” It became part of a Frasier Soundtrack CD released in 2001 (by Lifetime Television) entitled “Frasier: Tossed Salad & Scrambled Eggs,” but the main title track is different from the one played at the start of the show. The CD version featured Kelsey Grammer uttering the words with various back-up artists singing like a chorus in the background.

As of now I do not know who are the credited writers of the song but it definitely was made for the show.

Additional

People actually analyzed what “Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs” meant. Here is the link.

Lyrics (show edit)

Hey baby, I hear the blues a-callin’,
Tossed salad and scrambled eggs

Oh My
(Mercy)

And maybe I seem a bit confused,
Yeah maybe, but I got you pegged!
Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha!

But I don’t know what to do with those tossed salads and scrambled eggs.
They’re callin’ again.

(The following are alternate endings)

They’re callin’ again.
Good night, Seattle, we love you.
What is a boy to do. Good night.
Frasier has left the building.
Thank You!
Scambled eggs all over my face. What is a boy to do. Goodnight, everybody.
See you next year, we love ya.

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