"The Fairly OddParents Theme Song"
Featured in The Fairly OddParents
Sung by
Originally performed by
Writer Ron Jones
Butch Hartman
Lyrics by
Album release(s) The Newest Nicktoons
Fairly OddParents main characters

The above shot as seen in the ninth season.

"The Fairly OddParents Theme Song" is, as its title suggests, the song that opens almost every episode of The Fairly OddParents, though it is bizarrely absent from the live-action movies. Written by Ron Jones and show creator Butch Hartman, the song gives the basic premise of the show, about Timmy's miserable life, inattentive parents, mean babysitter, and magical fairy godparents. At the end of each sequence, Vicky's head changes into a different item usually relating to the episode.

The song was included on the album The Newest Nicktoons, but for some reason, the song is presented without the character vocals.

Starting with "Fairly Odd Pet", the show's intro sequence was re-animated in widescreen and with Poof added in; however, the song itself was unchanged.


Singers: Timmy is an average kid,
That no one understands.
Mom and Dad and Vicky,
always giving him commands.
Vicky: BED, TWERP!!
Singers: The doom and gloom
Up in his room,
Is broken instantly...
By his magic little fish
Who grant his every wish,
'Cause in reality,
They are his...
OddParents, Fairly OddParents!
Wanda: Wands and wings!
Cosmo: Floaty crowny things!
Singers: OddParents, Fairly OddParents!
Really mod, pea pod, buff bod, hot rod!
Timmy: Obtuse, rubber goose, green moose, guava juice!
Giant snake, birthday cake, large fries, chocolate shake!
Singers: OddParents, Fairy OddParents!
It flips your lid
When you are the kid,
With Fairly OddParents!
Vicky: Yeah right!
[wishing noise and Vicky's head turns into something, determined by the episode]

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