The Nanny theme song is called “The Nanny Named Fran,” and it’s the catchy tune that opens the show. The first episode aired on November 3, 1993. The show’s creators, Peter Marc Jacobson and Fran Drescher, developed the series, and Fran Drescher also served as one of the executive producers.
The Nanny is a sitcom about a woman named Fran Fine who becomes a nanny for a wealthy family. She brings her unique and humorous personality to the household, making everyone’s life more exciting and enjoyable.
The theme song was composed by Timothy Thompson and adds to the show’s fun and energetic vibe. When you hear the theme song, you know you’re in for a delightful and comedic time with Fran Fine and her antics.
The Nanny had a successful run of six seasons with a total of 146 episodes, and it became a beloved classic. The final episode aired on June 23, 1999, marking the end of the series, but the memorable theme song and the humor of The Nanny continue to be cherished by fans worldwide.
The Nanny Theme Song Lyrics
She was working in a bridal shop in Flushing Queens
Til her boyfriend kicked her out in one of those crushing scenes
What was she to do where was she to go
She was out on her fanny
So over the bridge from Flushing to the Sheffield’s door
She was there to sell make up but the father saw more
She had style she had flair she was there
That’s how she became the Nanny
Who would have guessed that the girl we described
was just exactly what the doctor prescribed
Now the father finds her beguiling watch out CC
And the kids are actually smiling such joie de vivre
She’s the lady in red when everybody else is wearing tan
The flashy girl from Flushing the Nanny named Fran