The Family Matters theme song is a memorable and heartwarming tune that accompanied the beloved family sitcom. The show first aired on September 22, 1989, in the USA and captivated audiences for nine seasons until its final episode on July 17, 1998.
The theme song featured multiple versions throughout the series, including “Family Matters Ending Theme Song,” “What a Wonderful World,” and “As Days Go By.” These songs reflected the show’s themes of love, friendship, and the importance of family.
The creative duo of William Bickley and Michael Warren brought the Winslow family to life, creating a relatable and humorous depiction of everyday family dynamics. With 215 episodes across nine seasons, Family Matters left a lasting impact on viewers of all ages.
Jesse Frederick, Bennett Salvay, and Scott Roeme were the primary composers of the theme music for the majority of the series. However, for the first five episodes, Bob Thiele, George David Weiss, and George Douglas took on the musical duties.
The Family Matters theme song, with its catchy melodies and uplifting lyrics, became synonymous with the show and evoked a sense of nostalgia for fans. It remains a beloved part of the series’ legacy, reminding us of the heartwarming moments and valuable life lessons shared by the Winslow family.
It’s a rare condition this day and age
to read any good news on the newspaper page
Love and tradition of the grand design
some people say it’s even harder to find
Well then there must be some magic clue inside these gentle walls
Cause all I see is a tower of dreams
real love burstin’ out of every seam
As days go by
we’re gonna fill our house with happiness.
The moon may cry
we’re gonna smother the blues with tenderness.
When days go by
there’s room for you
room for me
for gentle hearts an opportunity
As days go by
it’s the bigger love of the family