My Mother The Car had a theme song that was written and sung by Paul Hampton. The show first aired on November 8, 1965, in the UK, and it was created by Allan Burns and Chris Hayward. The show was broadcasted on NBC.
The theme music was composed by Ralph Carmichael, along with Paul Hampton, who also lent his voice to perform the song. The theme song added a fun and memorable touch to the show, setting the tone for its unique storyline.
The series revolves around a man named Dave Crabtree, who discovers that his deceased mother has been reincarnated as a vintage car. The car, with his mother’s spirit inside, becomes his companion, and they embark on various adventures together.
“My Mother The Car” had a total of 30 episodes in its first and only season, with the final episode airing on April 5, 1966. Though it was short-lived, the show gained a bit of a cult following over the years for its quirky and offbeat concept.
While the show’s premise may seem unusual, it offered a blend of comedy and family dynamics, making it a one-of-a-kind series from the 1960s television era.
My Mother The Car Theme Song Lyrics
Everybody knows in a second life we all come back sooner or later
As anything from a pussycat to a man eating alligator
Well you all may think my story is more fiction than it’s fact
But believe it or not my mother dear decided she’d come back
As a car
She’s my very own guiding star
A 1928 Porter
That’s my mother dear
Cause she helps me through everything I do
And I’m so glad she’s near
My Mother the Car
My Mother the car