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This is the '''list of popular music appearances''' on ''[[Futurama]]'' in [[production]] order. For the songs performed by the [[characters]], see the [[list of song performances]].
 
This is the '''list of popular music appearances''' on ''[[Futurama]]'' in [[production]] order. For the songs performed by the [[characters]], see the [[list of song performances]].
  
{{pmaheader|{{w|Bob Dylan}}|{{w|Blowin' in the Wind}}| {{e|1ACV02}}| [[Bender]] performs this song as he gets a magnet on his head.|{{e|3ACV13}}|Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
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{{pmaheader|{{w|Bob Dylan}}|"{{w|Blowin' in the Wind}}"| {{e|1ACV02}}| [[Bender]] performs this song as he gets a magnet on his head.|{{e|3ACV13}}|Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Pink Floyd}}|{{w|The Dark Side of the Moon}}|"The Series Has Landed"|Referenced to by [[Fry]] with "hey, cool! Dark side of the moon!"}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Pink Floyd}}|''{{w|The Dark Side of the Moon}}''|"The Series Has Landed"|Referenced to by [[Fry]] with "Hey, cool! Dark side of the Moon!"}}
{{pmarow|''Traditional''|{{w|She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain}}|"The Series Has Landed"|Bender performs this song as the credits comes on, though with different lyrics.}}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional''|"{{w|She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain}}"|"The Series Has Landed"|Bender performs this song as the credits comes on, though with different lyrics.}}
 
{{pmarow|{{w|Neal Hefti}}| {{w|The Odd Couple (TV series)|''The Odd Couple'' theme}}| {{e|1ACV03}}| Played over the new apartment montage.}}
 
{{pmarow|{{w|Neal Hefti}}| {{w|The Odd Couple (TV series)|''The Odd Couple'' theme}}| {{e|1ACV03}}| Played over the new apartment montage.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Sir Mix-a-lot}}| {{w|Baby Got Back}}| {{e|1ACV06}}| Fry shows off old classics in his [[20th century]] [[Historic 20th Century Apartments|apartment]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Sir Mix-a-lot}}| "{{w|Baby Got Back}}"| {{e|1ACV06}}| Fry shows off old classics in his [[20th century]] [[Historic 20th Century Apartments|apartment]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Quincy Jones}}| {{w|Sanford and Son Theme (The Streetbeater)}}| "A Fishful of Dollars"| The theme song plays whilst Fry is watching TV.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Quincy Jones}}| "{{w|Sanford and Son Theme (The Streetbeater)|''Sanford and Son'' Theme (The Streetbeater)}}"| "A Fishful of Dollars"| The theme song plays whilst Fry is watching TV.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Rose Royce}}| {{w|Car Wash (song)|Car Wash}} | {{e|1ACV07}} | Played as Bender goes through the Robot Wash.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Rose Royce}}| "{{w|Car Wash (song)|Car Wash}}" | {{e|1ACV07}} | Played as Bender goes through the Robot Wash.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Vera Lynn}}| {{w|We'll Meet Again (1939 song)|We'll Meet Again}}|{{e|1ACV08}}| Plays over the credits.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Vera Lynn}}| "{{w|We'll Meet Again (1939 song)|We'll Meet Again}}"|{{e|1ACV08}}| Plays over the credits.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Charlie Daniels Band}}| {{w|The Devil Went Down to Georgia}}|{{e|1ACV09}}| The storyline is a reference to this song. }}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Charlie Daniels Band}}| "{{w|The Devil Went Down to Georgia}}"|{{e|1ACV09}}| The storyline is a reference to this song. }}
{{pmarow|[[Beastie Boys]]| {{w|Intergalactic (song)|Intergalactic}}|"Hell Is Other Robots"| Played at the concert.}}
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{{pmarow|[[Beastie Boys]]| "{{w|Intergalactic (song)|Intergalactic}}"|"Hell Is Other Robots"| Played at the concert.}}
{{pmarow|Beastie Boys| Super Disco Breakin' |"Hell Is Other Robots" | Played at the concert in the mosh-pit.}}
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{{pmarow|Beastie Boys| "Super Disco Breakin'" |"Hell Is Other Robots" | Played at the concert in the mosh-pit.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Prince (musician)|Prince}}| {{w|1999 (song)|1999}}| "Hell Is Other Robots"| Fry's line "Tonight, we're gonna party like its 1999" is from this song.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Prince (musician)|Prince}}| "{{w|1999 (song)|1999}}"| "Hell Is Other Robots"| Fry's line "Tonight, we're gonna party like its 1999" is from this song.}}
{{pmarow|Beastie Boys| {{w|Sabotage (song)|Sabotage}} |"Hell Is Other Robots" | An a capella version is played at the concert.}}
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{{pmarow|Beastie Boys| "{{w|Sabotage (song)|Sabotage}}" |"Hell Is Other Robots" | An a capella version is played at the concert.}}
 
{{pmarow|{{w|Rodgers and Hammerstein}}| {{w|Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'}} |"Hell Is Other Robots" |Bender sings this song when he walks into the [[Planet Express]] Building after he found religion in [[Robotology]].}}
 
{{pmarow|{{w|Rodgers and Hammerstein}}| {{w|Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'}} |"Hell Is Other Robots" |Bender sings this song when he walks into the [[Planet Express]] Building after he found religion in [[Robotology]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|George Frideric Handel}}| {{w|Messiah_(Handel)#Hallelujah|"Hallelujah" chorus}}| "Hell Is Other Robots"| Played during the crew's escape from [[Robot Hell]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Antonio Bazzini}}| ''La Ronde des Lutins'' (The Dance of the Goblins)|"Hell Is Other Robots"|The [[Robot Devil]] plays the piece during the fiddle contest with Leela.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Isley Brothers}}| {{w|Shout (Isley Brothers song)|Shout}} |{{e|1ACV11}} | Played during the montage at the end.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|George Frideric Handel}}| "Hallelujah" | "Hell Is Other Robots"| During the crew's escape from [[Robot Hell]], the "Hallelujah" chorus from {{w|Messiah Part II#Scene 7|Part II, scene 7}} of ''{{w|Messiah (Handel)|Messiah}}'' plays.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Chubby Checker}}| {{w|The Freddie|Let's do the Freddie}} |{{e|1ACV12}} | Referenced to by [[Hermes]] with "ready, Freddie!"}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Isley Brothers}}| "{{w|Shout (Isley Brothers song)|Shout}}" |{{e|1ACV11}} | Played during the montage at the end.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Four Postmen}}| I've Got a Tan |{{e|1ACV13}} | [[Slurm]]'s theme song is an instrumental of this song.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Chubby Checker}}| "{{w|The Freddie|Let's Do the Freddie}}" |{{e|1ACV12}} | Referenced to by [[Hermes]] with "ready, Freddie!"}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Leslie Bricusse}} and {{w|Anthony Newley}}| Oompa Loompa, Doompa-Dee-Do |"Fry and the Slurm Factory" | The [[Grunka Lunka]]'s song parody the {{w|Oompa-Loompa}}'s performance of this song in ''{{w|Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory}}''.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Four Postmen}}| "I've Got a Tan" |{{e|1ACV13}} | [[Slurm]]'s theme song is an instrumental of this song.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Miracles|Smokey Robinson & the Miracles}} | {{w|I Second That Emotion}} | {{e|2ACV01}} | Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Leslie Bricusse}} and {{w|Anthony Newley}}| "Oompa Loompa, Doompa-Dee-Do" |"Fry and the Slurm Factory" | The [[Grunka Lunka]]'s song parody the {{w|Oompa-Loompa}}'s performance of this song in ''{{w|Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory}}''.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Maceo Pinkard}} | {{w|Sweet Georgia Brown}} | "I Second that Emotion" | Bender whistles this while he does fancy basketball tricks with his head. | {{e|3ACV14}} | Played as the [[Globetrotters]] lands on [[Earth]] (a reference to the theme song of actual {{w|Harlem Globetrotters}}). Bender whistles this again at the end, although slowly. | {{f|1}} | An adaptation of the song is whistled by the Globetrotters while doing fancy tricks with a piece of chalk. | {{e|6ACV03}} | Hermes says "Sweet Georgia Brown of Kingston Town!" | {{e|6ACV10 | Another adaptation of Brother Bones' version of the song is heard during the montage of Bubblegum and Sweet Clyde switching brains with the Planet Express crew. }}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Miracles|Smokey Robinson & the Miracles}} | "{{w|I Second That Emotion}}" | {{e|2ACV01}} | Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Patty Hill}} and {{w|Mildred J. Hill}} | {{w|Happy Birthday to You}} | "I Second that Emotion" | Parody of Happy Birthday sung to [[Nibbler]]}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Maceo Pinkard}} | "{{w|Sweet Georgia Brown}}" | "I Second that Emotion" | Bender whistles this while he does fancy basketball tricks with his head. | {{e|3ACV14}} | Played as the [[Globetrotters]] lands on [[Earth]] (a reference to the theme song of actual {{w|Harlem Globetrotters}}). Bender whistles this again at the end, although slowly. | {{f|1}} | An adaptation of the song is whistled by the Globetrotters while doing fancy tricks with a piece of chalk. | {{e|6ACV03}} | Hermes says "Sweet Georgia Brown of Kingston Town!" | {{e|6ACV10}} | Another adaptation of Brother Bones' version of the song is heard during the montage of Bubblegum and Sweet Clyde switching brains with the Planet Express crew. }}
{{pmarow|''Traditional''| {{w|Michael Finnegan (song)|Michael Finnegan}} |{{e|2ACV02}}| The line "Finnigan, begin again" is referred in the title of this episode. }}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Patty Hill}} and {{w|Mildred J. Hill}} | "{{w|Happy Birthday to You}}" | "I Second that Emotion" | Parody of "Happy [[Birthday]]" sung to [[Nibbler]]}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Fred Neil}}| {{w|Everybody's Talkin'}} |"Brannigan, Begin Again" | Played over the [[Zapp]] and [[Kif]] has been fired and looking for money montage. }}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional''| "{{w|Michael Finnegan (song)|Michael Finnegan}}" |{{e|2ACV02}}| The line "Finnigan, begin again" is referred in the title of this episode. }}
{{pmarow|{{w|Jefferson Airplane}}| {{w|White Rabbit (song)|White Rabbit}} |{{e|2ACV03}} | Performed by [[Richard Nixon's head]] during his announcement to run for [[President of Earth]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Fred Neil}}| "{{w|Everybody's Talkin'}}" |"Brannigan, Begin Again" | Played over the montage of [[Zapp]] and [[Kif]] trying to maek money after being fired. }}
{{pmarow|{{w|John Frederick Coots}} and {{w|Haven Gillespie}}| {{w|Santa Claus Is Coming to Town}} |{{e|2ACV04}} | {{w|Christmas carol}} at the end of the episode, though with different lyrics and melody. This parody is titled "Santa Claus is Gunning You Down".}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Jefferson Airplane}}| "{{w|White Rabbit (song)|White Rabbit}}" |{{e|2ACV03}} | Performed by [[Richard Nixon's head]] during his announcement to run for [[President of Earth]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Isaac Watts}} and {{w|Lowell Mason}}| {{w|Joy to the World}} | "Xmas Story" | This Christmas Carol appears in this episode}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|John Frederick Coots}} and {{w|Haven Gillespie}}| "{{w|Santa Claus Is Coming to Town}}" |{{e|2ACV04}} | {{w|Christmas carol}} at the end of the episode, though with different lyrics and melody. This parody is titled "Santa Claus Is Gunning You Down".}}
{{pmarow|{{w|James Pierpont (musician)|James Pierpont}}| {{w|Jingle Bells}} | "Xmas Story" | This Christmas Carol appears in this episode}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Isaac Watts}} and {{w|Lowell Mason}}| "{{w|Joy to the World}}" | "Xmas Story" | This Christmas Carol appears in this episode}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Gene Autry}} and {{w|Oakley Haldeman}}| {{w|Here Comes Santa Claus}} | "Xmas Story" | A parody of this Christmas Carol appears in this episode}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|James Pierpont (musician)|James Pierpont}}| "{{w|Jingle Bells}}" | "Xmas Story" | This Christmas Carol appears in this episode}}
{{pmarow|''Traditional''| {{w|O Tannenbaum}} |"Xmas Story" | An original {{w|Germany|German}} Christmas carol, Bender sings it with alternated lyrics about the [[Xmas]] tree.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Gene Autry}} and {{w|Oakley Haldeman}}| "{{w|Here Comes Santa Claus}}" | "Xmas Story" | A parody of this Christmas Carol appears in this episode}}
{{pmarow|''Traditional''| {{w|The Twelve Days of Christmas (song)|Twelve Days of Christmas}} | "Xmas Story" | Song by the robots, with different lyrics, referring to what they stole.}}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional''| "{{w|O Tannenbaum|O Christmas Tree}}" |"Xmas Story" | Bender sings it with alternated lyrics about the [[Xmas]] tree.}}
{{pmarow|''Traditional''| {{w|Deck the Halls}} | "Xmas Story" | This Christmas Carol appears in this episode}}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional''| "{{w|The Twelve Days of Christmas (song)|Twelve Days of Christmas}}" | "Xmas Story" | Song by the robots, with different lyrics, referring to what they stole.}}
{{pmarow|''Traditional''| {{w|We Wish You a Merry Christmas}} | "Xmas Story" | This Christmas Carol appears in this episode}}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional''| "{{w|Deck the Halls}}" | "Xmas Story" | This Christmas Carol appears in this episode. | {{e|6ACV13}} | Leela sings the words "Don we now our gay apparel", a line from the carol.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Frank Sinatra}}| You're Lonely and I'm Lonely | "Xmas Story" | Referenced to by [[Leela]] with "you're lonely and I'm lonely, but together... We're lonely together".}}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional''| "{{w|We Wish You a Merry Christmas}}" | "Xmas Story" | This Christmas Carol appears in this episode}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Doc Pomus}}| {{w|A Teenager in Love}} | {{e|2ACV05}} | The line "Why must I be a teenager in love?" in referred to in the title of the episode. }}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Frank Sinatra}}| "You're Lonely and I'm Lonely" | "Xmas Story" | Referenced to by [[Leela]] with "you're lonely and I'm lonely, but together... We're lonely together".}}
{{pmarow|Frank Sinatra| {{w|Theme from New York, New York}} |{{e|2ACV06}} | Played at the [[Past-O-Rama]] concert.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Doc Pomus}}| "{{w|A Teenager in Love}}" | {{e|2ACV05}} | The line "Why must I be a teenager in love?" in referred to in the title of the episode. }}
{{pmarow|{{w|Paul Anka}} | {{w|Put Your Head on My Shoulder}} | {{e|2ACV07}} | Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Gerald Fried}}| ''Star Trek'' fight music | "Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?" | The Decapodian National Anthem is incidental music from the ''[[Star Trek]]'' episode "{{st|Amok Time}}".}}
{{pmarow|Scruffy the Cat | Moons of Jupiter | {{e|2ACV07}} | Played on the radio during Fry and Amy's trip to Europa, one of Jupiter's moons.}}
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{{pmarow|Frank Sinatra<br><small>(originally performed by {{w|Liza Minnelli}})</small>| "{{w|Theme from New York, New York|Theme from ''New York, New York''}}" |{{e|2ACV06}} | Played at the [[Past-O-Rama]] concert.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Harry Dacre}} | {{w|Daisy Bell}} |{{e|2ACV09}}|The line "A bicycle built for two" is referred to in the title of the episode.|{{e|4ACV03}} | Performed by Bender to the [[Planet Express Ship]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Paul Anka}} | "{{w|Put Your Head on My Shoulder}}" | {{e|2ACV07}} | Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Richard Strauss}}| {{w|Also sprach Zarathustra (Richard Strauss)|Also sprach Zarathustra}} | "A Bicyclops Built for Two"|Played as the crew enter [[The Internet]] in a similar fashion as in {{w|2001: A Space Odyssey (film)|''2001: A Space Odyssey''}}. |{{e|3ACV20}}|Played as Bender floats around in space. |{{e|4ACV12}}| Played as Leela opens the coffin in a similar fashion to the {{w|Monolith (Space Odyssey)|monolith}} from ''2001: A Space Odyssey''. }}
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{{pmarow|Scruffy the Cat | "Moons of Jupiter" | "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" | Played on the radio during Fry and Amy's trip to Europa, one of Jupiter's moons.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Randall Garrett}} and {{w|Isaac Asimov}}|A Clone of My Own|{{e|2ACV10}}|Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Harry Dacre}} | "{{w|Daisy Bell}}" |{{e|2ACV09}}|The line "A bicycle built for two" is referred to in the title of the episode.|{{e|4ACV03}} | Performed by Bender to the [[Planet Express Ship]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Donovan}}| {{w|Atlantis (song)|Atlantis}} |{{e|2ACV12}} | Song as a tourist information stand, with different lyrics, to be about [[Atlanta]], instead of {{w|Atlantis|Atlantis}}. The ending of the song is played during the Fry and [[Umbriel]] montage.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Richard Strauss}}| ''{{w|Also sprach Zarathustra (Richard Strauss)|Also sprach Zarathustra}}'' | "A Bicyclops Built for Two"|Played as the crew enter [[The Internet]] in a similar fashion as in ''{{w|2001: A Space Odyssey}}''. |{{e|3ACV20}}|Played as Bender floats around in space. |{{e|4ACV12}}| Played as Leela opens the coffin in a similar fashion to the {{w|Monolith (Space Odyssey)|monolith}} from ''2001: A Space Odyssey''. }}
{{pmarow|{{w|Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith|Arthur Smith}}| {{w|Dueling Banjos}} | "The Deep South" | Hummed by Bender.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Randall Garrett}} and {{w|Isaac Asimov}}|"A Clone of My Own"|{{e|2ACV10}}|Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Hal David}} and {{w|Burt Bacharach}}| {{w|Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head}} | {{e|2ACV14}} |Played during the memory of the relationship between [[Mom]] and [[Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth|Farnsworth]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Donovan}}| "{{w|Atlantis (song)|Atlantis}}" |{{e|2ACV12}} | Song as a tourist information stand, with different lyrics, to be about [[Atlanta]], instead of {{w|Atlantis|Atlantis}}. The ending of the song is played during the Fry and [[Umbriel]] montage.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Harry Belafonte}}| {{w|Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)}} |"Mother's Day" |Referenced to by Farnsworth with "one foot tall, eight feet, fifteen feet." |{{e|3ACV09}}|Referenced to by Hermes with "daylight come," and "tally me banana."}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith|Arthur Smith}}| "{{w|Dueling Banjos}}" | "The Deep South" | Hummed by Bender.}}
{{pmarow|''Traditional'' | {{w|The Sailor's Hornpipe}} |{{e|2ACV15}} | Song as the theme song for [[Popplers]] by Fry and Bender, with different lyrics.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Hal David}} and {{w|Burt Bacharach}}| "{{w|Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head}}" | {{e|2ACV14}} |Played during the memory of the relationship between [[Mom]] and [[Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth|Farnsworth]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Hanson (band)|Hanson}} | {{w|MMMBop}} |{{e|2ACV16}} | Played while Fry and giant Bender plays in the park, the song ends promptly as the concert is destroyed by Bender.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Harry Belafonte}}| "{{w|Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)}}" |"Mother's Day" |Referenced to by Farnsworth with "one foot tall, eight feet, fifteen feet." |{{e|3ACV09}}|Referenced to by Hermes with "daylight come," and "tally me banana."}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Black Sabbath}} | {{w|Iron Man (song)|Iron Man}} | "Anthology of Interest I" | Played as the giant Bender flies toward Earth.}}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional'' | "{{w|The Sailor's Hornpipe}}" |{{e|2ACV15}} | Song as the theme song for [[Popplers]] by Fry and Bender, with different lyrics.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Katrina and the Waves}} | [[Walking on Sunshine]] | {{e|2ACV17}}| Fry sings it while scrubbing Kif's back during his shower. | {{e|3ACV22}} | Fry sings it in the shower while [[Zoidberg]] exchanges his t-shirt. | {{e|4ACV07}} | Fry sings it while riding his bike with [[Seymour Asses|Seymour]]. | {{e|4ACV12}} | It is played on bagpipes by [[Scruffy]] at his funeral, to which [[Amy Wong|Amy]] comments, "he is walking on sunshine now".|{{f|4}} | Fry has it as his ring tone.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Hanson (band)|Hanson}} | "{{w|MMMBop}}" |{{e|2ACV16}} | Played while Fry and giant Bender plays in the park, the song ends promptly as the concert is destroyed by Bender.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Johnny Mandel}} and {{w|Mike Altman}} | {{w|Suicide Is Painless}} ({{w|Theme music|Theme}} from {{w|M*A*S*H|M*A*S*H}}) | "War Is the H-Word" | Played as we see the tents.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Black Sabbath}} | "{{w|Iron Man (song)|Iron Man}}" | "Anthology of Interest I" | Played as the giant Bender flies toward Earth.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Animals}} | {{w|We Gotta Get out of This Place}} | "War Is the H-Word" | Referenced to by Nixon with "we gotta get out of this planet."}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Katrina and the Waves}} | "[[Walking on Sunshine]]" | {{e|2ACV17}}| Fry sings it while scrubbing Kif's back during his shower. | {{e|3ACV22}} | Fry sings it in the shower while [[Zoidberg]] exchanges his t-shirt. | {{e|4ACV07}} | Fry sings it while riding his bike with [[Seymour Asses|Seymour]]. | {{e|4ACV12}} | It is played on bagpipes by [[Scruffy]] at his funeral, to which [[Amy Wong|Amy]] comments, "he is walking on sunshine now".|{{f|4}} | Fry has it as his ring tone.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Kinks}} | {{w|Lola (song)|Lola}} |{{e|3ACV01}} | Performed by Zapp at the karaoke, though with the character Lola is replaced by Leela}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Johnny Mandel}} and {{w|Mike Altman}} | "{{w|Suicide Is Painless}}" ({{w|Theme music|Theme}} from ''{{w|M*A*S*H|M*A*S*H}}'') | "War Is the H-Word" | Played as we see the tents.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Elton John}} | {{w|Rocket Man (song)|Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time)}}| "Amazon Women in the Mood"|Zapp's performance of "Leela" spoken word parodies {{w|William Shatner}}'s version of this song.|{{e|4ACV11}} | William Shatner performs "The Real Slim Shady" spoken word, in the style of this song and his album, {{w|The Transformed Man}}}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Animals}} | "{{w|We Gotta Get out of This Place}}" | "War Is the H-Word" | Referenced to by Nixon with "we gotta get out of this planet."}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Lipps Inc}} | {{w|Funkytown}} | "Amazon Women in the Mood" | Performed by [[Morbo]] at the karaoke.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Kinks}} | "{{w|Lola (song)|Lola}}" |{{e|3ACV01}} | Performed by Zapp at the karaoke, though with the character Lola is replaced by Leela}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Bonnie Tyler}} | {{w|Total Eclipse of the Heart}} | "Amazon Women in the Mood" | Performed by Kif at the karaoke.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Elton John}} | "{{w|Rocket Man (song)|Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time)}}"| "Amazon Women in the Mood"|Zapp's performance of "Leela" spoken word parodies {{w|William Shatner}}'s version of this song.|{{e|4ACV11}} | William Shatner performs "The Real Slim Shady" spoken word, in the style of this song and his album, {{w|The Transformed Man}}}}
{{pmarow|{{w|C. W. McCall}} | {{w|Convoy (song)|Convoy}} |{{e|3ACV02}} | Played as the episode starts, and they enter a truck stop.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Lipps Inc}} | "{{w|Funkytown}}" | "Amazon Women in the Mood" | Performed by [[Morbo]] at the karaoke.}}
{{pmarow|''Traditional'' | {{w|Swing Low, Sweet Chariot}} | {{e|3ACV03}} | Bender sings it as he is being executed, due to the magnets.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Bonnie Tyler}} | "{{w|Total Eclipse of the Heart}}" | "Amazon Women in the Mood" | Performed by Kif at the karaoke.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Simple Minds}} | {{w|Don't You (Forget About Me)}} | {{e|3ACV04}} | Played at the end of the episode.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|C. W. McCall}} | "{{w|Convoy (song)|Convoy}}" |{{e|3ACV02}} | Played as the episode starts, and they enter a truck stop.}}
{{pmarow|''Traditional'' | {{w|Greenland Whale Fisheries}} | {{e|3ACV05}} | Bender sings it a stanza of it as he refused to drink after Fry has declared his disrespect for him.}}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional'' | "{{w|Swing Low, Sweet Chariot}}" | {{e|3ACV03}} | Bender sings it as he is being executed, due to the magnets.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Righteous Brothers}} | {{w|Unchained Melody}} | {{e|3ACV06}} | Played instrumentally while Bender helps [[Angleyne]] shape a girder into a heart, which is a parody of the pottery scene from {{w|Ghost (film)|''Ghost''}}, where this song is a theme. | {{f|3}} | Played as over Farnsworth's flashback to going back and being romantically attached to Mom, in a reference to the film ''Ghost''. }}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Simple Minds}} | "{{w|Don't You (Forget About Me)}}" | {{e|3ACV04}} | Played at the end of the episode.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The American Breed}} | {{w|Bend Me, Shape Me}} | "Bendless Love" | Played during the love montage. }}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional'' | "{{w|Greenland Whale Fisheries}}" | {{e|3ACV05}} | Bender sings a stanza of it as he refused to drink after Fry has declared his disrespect for him.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Ludwig van Beethoven}} | {{w|Symphony No. 5 (Beethoven)|Symphony No. 5}} | "Bendless Love" | Bender is writing sheet music that brings him to tears. The melody is actually the theme from this piece. The paper is labelled "No. 5" and "by Bender".}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Righteous Brothers}}<br/><small>(originally performed by {{w|Todd Duncan}})</small> | "{{w|Unchained Melody}}" | {{e|3ACV06}} | Played instrumentally while Bender helps [[Angle-ine]] shape a girder into a heart, which is a parody of the pottery scene from {{w|Ghost (film)|''Ghost''}}, where this song is a theme. | {{f|3}} | Played as over Farnsworth's flashback to going back and being romantically attached to Mom, in a reference to the film ''Ghost''. }}
{{pmarow|{{w|Diana Ross}} and {{w|Lionel Richie}} | {{w|Endless Love (song)|Endless Love}} | "Bendless Love" | Referenced to by the title of the episode. }}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The American Breed}} | "{{w|Bend Me, Shape Me}}" | "Bendless Love" | Played during the love montage. }}
{{pmarow|{{w|Arthur Schwartz}} | {{w|That's Entertainment! (song)|That's Entertainment!}} | {{e|3ACV08}} | Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
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{{pmarow|[[Ludwig van Beethoven]] | {{w|Symphony No. 5 (Beethoven)|Symphony No. 5}} | "Bendin' in the Wind" | Bender is writing sheet music that brings him to tears. The melody is actually the theme from this piece. The paper is labelled "No. 5" and "by Bender".}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Roy Orbison}} | {{w|Oh, Pretty Woman}} | {{e|3ACV09}} | Played as Leela gets a second eye montage.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Diana Ross}} and {{w|Lionel Richie}} | "{{w|Endless Love (song)|Endless Love}}" | "Bendless Love" | Referenced to by the title of the episode. }}
{{pmarow|{{w|Jay Livingston}} and {{w|Ray Evans}}| {{w|Bonanza#Theme_song|Bonanza}} theme | {{e|3ACV10}} | Parody sung by Bender during the cattle ride.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Arthur Schwartz}} | "{{w|That's Entertainment! (song)|That's Entertainment!}}" | {{e|3ACV08}} | Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Brewster Higley VI}} and {{w|Daniel E. Kelley}} | {{w|Home on the Range}} ({{w|Kansas}} {{w|List of U.S. state songs|State Song}}) | "Where the Buggalo Roam" | Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Roy Orbison}} | "{{w|Oh, Pretty Woman}}" | {{e|3ACV09}} | Played as Leela gets a second eye montage.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Cypress Hill}} | {{w|Insane in the Brain}} | {{e|3ACV11}} |Referenced to by the title of the episode.| {{e|4ACV10}}| Referenced to by one of the [[Brain Spawn]] with "are you insane in the membrane?"}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Jay Livingston}} and {{w|Ray Evans}}| "{{w|Bonanza#Theme_song|Bonanza}}" | {{e|3ACV10}} | Parody sung by Bender during the cattle ride.}}
{{pmarow|''Traditional'' | {{w|Frog Went A-Courting}} | {{e|3ACV13}} | Bender sings his own version because he doesn't remember the words.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Brewster Higley VI}} and {{w|Daniel E. Kelley}} | "{{w|Home on the Range}}" | "Where the Buggalo Roam" | Referenced to by the title of the episode.}}
{{pmarow|''Traditional'' | {{w|Blue Tail Fly}} | "Bendin' in the Wind" | Bender sings both the original version and his own version of the refrain.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Cypress Hill}} | "{{w|Insane in the Brain}}" | {{e|3ACV11}} |Referenced to by the title of the episode.| {{e|4ACV10}}| Referenced to by one of the [[Brain Spawn]] with "are you insane in the membrane?"}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Simon & Garfunkel}} | {{w|Scarborough_Fair#Simon_.26_Garfunkel_version|Scarborough Fair}} | "Bendin' in the Wind"| This is performed at [[Bend-Aid]] by robot [[Cylon]] and [[Art Garfunkel's descendant]].}}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional'' | "{{w|Frog Went A-Courting}}" | {{e|3ACV13}} | Bender sings his own version because he doesn't remember the words.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Beck}} | {{w|Sexx Laws}} | "Bendin' in the Wind" | Performed by [[Beck]] and Bender.}}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional'' | "{{w|Blue Tail Fly}}" | "Bendin' in the Wind" | Bender sings both the original version and his own version of the refrain.}}
{{pmarow|Beck | {{w|Where It's At}} | "Bendin' in the Wind"| Performed by Beck and Bender.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Simon & Garfunkel}}<br/><small>(originally a traditional folk song)</small> | "{{w|Scarborough_Fair#Simon_.26_Garfunkel_version|Scarborough Fair}}" | "Bendin' in the Wind"| This is performed at [[Bend-Aid]] by robot [[Cylon]] and [[Art Garfunkel's descendant]].}}
{{pmarow|Beck | {{w|Devils Haircut}} | "Bendin' in the Wind" | Mentioned by Beck.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Beck}} | "{{w|Sexx Laws}}" | "Bendin' in the Wind" | Performed by [[Beck]] and Bender.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Steve Miller Band}} | {{w|Fly Like an Eagle (song)|Fly Like an Eagle}} | {{e|3ACV14}} | The line "Time keeps on slippin" is referred to in the title of this episode.}}
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{{pmarow|Beck | "{{w|Where It's At}}" | "Bendin' in the Wind"| Performed by Beck and Bender.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Miracles}} | {{w|Love Machine (The Miracles song)|Love Machine}} | {{e|3ACV15}} | Song played during montage of Fry's dates with [[Lucy Liu's Head#Liubot|Liubot]].}}
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{{pmarow|Beck | "{{w|Devils Haircut}}" | "Bendin' in the Wind" | Mentioned by Beck.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Coasters}} | {{w|Along Came Jones (song)|Along Came Jones}} | "I Dated a Robot" | Referenced to by Bender with "and along came Bender." }}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Steve Miller Band}} | "{{w|Fly Like an Eagle (song)|Fly Like an Eagle}}" | {{e|3ACV14}} | The line "Time keeps on slippin" is referred to in the title of this episode.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Wham!}} | {{w|Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go}} | "I Dated a Robot" | Referenced by [[George Michael]]'s line of "Please pick me up before you go-go"}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Miracles}} | "{{w|Love Machine (The Miracles song)|Love Machine}}" | {{e|3ACV15}} | Song played during montage of Fry's dates with [[Lucy Liu's Head#Liubot|Liubot]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Frederick Weatherly}} | {{w|Danny Boy}} | {{e|3ACV17}} | Performed by Dr. Zoidberg at the surprise funeral of Bender.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Coasters}} | "{{w|Along Came Jones (song)|Along Came Jones}}" | "I Dated a Robot" | Referenced to by Bender with "and along came Bender." }}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Bangles}} | {{w|Walk Like an Egyptian}} | "A Pharaoh to Remember" | Played as Bender enters as the new Pharaoh.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Wham!}} | "{{w|Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go}}" | "I Dated a Robot" | References {{w|George Michael}}'s line "Please pick me up before you go-go".}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Semisonic}} | {{w|Closing Time (Semisonic song)|Closing Time}} | "A Pharaoh to Remember" | Referenced to by the Pharaoh's adviser with "you don't have to go home, but you can't stay here." }}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Frederick Weatherly}} | "{{w|Danny Boy}}" | {{e|3ACV17}} | Performed by Dr. Zoidberg at the surprise funeral of Bender.}}
{{pmarow|Miami Sound Machine led by {{w|Gloria Estefan}}| {{w|Conga (song)|Conga}} | {{e|3ACV18}} | Played twice during the Bender becomes a human story.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Elton John}} | "{{w|Daniel (Elton John song)|Daniel}}" | "A Pharaoh to Remember" | Played by a [[Funeral singer|singer]] {{cat|look-alike|resembling}} Elton John during [[Hamenthotep|Pharaoh Hamenthotep's]] funeral but instead using lyrics referencing the Pharaoh.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Rush (band)|Rush}} | {{w|Tom Sawyer (song)|Tom Sawyer}} | "Anthology of Interest II" | Played during the [[Anthology of Interest II#Act II: Raiders of the Lost Arcade|Space Invaders scene]].}}
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{{pmarow|Elton John | "{{w|Bennie and the Jets}}" | "A Pharaoh to Remember" | Played by the Elton John lookalike during Pharaoh Hamenthotep's funeral but instead using lyrics referencing the Pharaoh.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Lonzo and Oscar}} | {{w|I'm My Own Grandpa}} | {{e|3ACV19}} | Referenced to by Farnsworth with "Mr I'm-my-own-grandpa".}}
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{{pmarow|Elton John | "{{w|Crocodile Rock}}" | "A Pharaoh to Remember" | Played by the Elton John lookalike during Pharaoh Hamenthotep's funeral but instead using lyrics referencing the Pharaoh.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Johann Strauss II}} | {{w|The Blue Danube}} | {{e|3ACV20}} | Played as Bender floats around in space.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Semisonic}} | "{{w|Closing Time (Semisonic song)|Closing Time}}" | "A Pharaoh to Remember" | Referenced to by the Pharaoh's adviser with "you don't have to go home, but you can't stay here." }}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Bangles}} | "{{w|Walk Like an Egyptian}}" | "A Pharaoh to Remember" | Played as Bender enters as the new Pharaoh.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Gloria Estefan}} and the {{w|Miami Sound Machine}}| "{{w|Conga (song)|Conga}}" | {{e|3ACV18}} | Played twice during the Bender becomes a human story.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Rush (band)|Rush}} | "{{w|Tom Sawyer (song)|Tom Sawyer}}" | "Anthology of Interest II" | Played during the [[Anthology of Interest II#Act II: Raiders of the Lost Arcade|Space Invaders scene]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Lonzo and Oscar}} | "{{w|I'm My Own Grandpa}}" | {{e|3ACV19}} | Referenced to by Farnsworth with "Mr I'm-my-own-grandpa".}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Johann Strauss II}} | ''{{w|The Blue Danube|An der schönen blauen Donau (The Blue Danube)}}'' | {{e|3ACV20}} | Played as Bender floats around in space.}}
 
{{pmarow|{{w|Frédéric Chopin}} | {{w|Polonaises Op. 26 (Chopin)|Polonaise in C sharp minor}} | "Godfellas" | The tune Bender attempts to perform on his piano.}}
 
{{pmarow|{{w|Frédéric Chopin}} | {{w|Polonaises Op. 26 (Chopin)|Polonaise in C sharp minor}} | "Godfellas" | The tune Bender attempts to perform on his piano.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Men Without Hats}} | {{w|The Safety Dance}} |{{e|3ACV21}} | Performed by [[Steve Castle]] two times during this episode.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Men Without Hats}} | "{{w|The Safety Dance}}" |{{e|3ACV21}} | Performed by [[Steve Castle]] two times during this episode.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Joe Esposito (singer)|Joe Esposito}} | {{w|You're the Best}} | {{e|3ACV22}} | Played over the Bender training to become a chef montage.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Joe Esposito (singer)|Joe Esposito}} | "{{w|You're the Best}}" | {{e|3ACV22}} | Played over the Bender training to become a chef montage.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Giuseppe Verdi}} | {{w|La donna è mobile}} | "The 30% Iron Chef" | Performed by the shrimp in [[Elzar]]'s dish.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Giuseppe Verdi}} | ''{{w|La donna è mobile}}'' | "The 30% Iron Chef" | Performed by the shrimp in [[Elzar]]'s dish.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Cream (band)|Cream}} | {{w|Sunshine of Your Love}} | The 30% Iron Chef | Played as the episode ends.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Cream (band)|Cream}} | "{{w|Sunshine of Your Love}}" | "The 30% Iron Chef" | Played as the episode ends.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Pizzicato Five}} | Baby Love Child | {{e|4ACV02}} | Played during montage showing that [[Turanga Morris and Munda|Leela's parents]] were actually with her her whole life.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Pizzicato Five}} | "Baby Love Child" | {{e|4ACV02}} | Played during montage showing that [[Turanga Morris and Munda|Leela's parents]] were actually with her her whole life.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Spin Doctors}} | {{w|Two Princes}} | {{e|4ACV03}} | The song that plays when Bender turns on the radio after Farnsworth installs the new software.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Spin Doctors}} | "{{w|Two Princes}}" | {{e|4ACV03}} | The song that plays when Bender turns on the radio after Farnsworth installs the new software.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Black Flag (band)|Black Flag}} | {{w|TV Party (EP)|TV Party}} | {{e|4ACV06}} | Played during the [[Bender (All My Circuits)|Bender]] at [[All My Circuits]] montage, but also performed by the Planet Express Crew including [[Dwight Conrad]] and [[Cubert Farnsworth]] over the credits.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Black Flag (band)|Black Flag}} | "{{w|TV Party (EP)|TV Party}}" | {{e|4ACV06}} | Played during the ''[[All My Circuits]]'' montage, but also performed by the Planet Express Crew including [[Dwight Conrad]] and [[Cubert Farnsworth]] over the credits.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Van McCoy}} | {{w|The Hustle (song)|The Hustle}} | {{e|4ACV07}} | Performed as Fry's people's native dance.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Van McCoy}} | "{{w|The Hustle (song)|The Hustle}}" | {{e|4ACV07}} | Performed as Fry's people's native dance.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Connie Francis}} | {{w|I Will Wait for You}} | "Jurassic Bark" | Played over the montage, where Seymour waits for Fry.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Connie Francis}} | "{{w|I Will Wait for You}}" | "Jurassic Bark" | Played over the montage, where Seymour waits for Fry. | {{e|s=3}} | An instrumental version is heard over Seymour's [[cameo]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|KC and the Sunshine Band}} | {{w|Get Down Tonight}} | {{e|4ACV08}} | Played over the montage where the robots travel to the [[Galápagos Islands]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|KC and the Sunshine Band}} | "{{w|Get Down Tonight}}" | {{e|4ACV08}} | Played over the montage where the robots travel to the [[Galápagos Islands]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|David Johansen|Buster Poindexter}} | {{w|Hot Hot Hot (Arrow song)|Hot Hot Hot}} | "Crimes of the Hot" | Played at the party at the end of the episode.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|David Johansen|Buster Poindexter}}<br/><small>(originally performed by {{w|Arrow (musician)|Arrow}})</small> | "{{w|Hot Hot Hot (Arrow song)|Hot Hot Hot}}" | "Crimes of the Hot" | Played at the party at the end of the episode.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Don McLean}} | {{w|American Pie}} | {{e|4ACV10}} | After Fry, the [[Brainspawn]] and the [[Infosphere]] are trapped in the [[Parallel Universe]], one of the brains mentions that they could spend the rest of eternity singing this song; the full version of it lasts over eight minutes.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Don McLean}} | "{{w|American Pie}}" | {{e|4ACV10}} | After Fry, the [[Brainspawn]] and the [[Infosphere]] are trapped in the [[Parallel Universe]], one of the brains mentions that they could spend the rest of eternity singing this song; the full version of it lasts over eight minutes.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Eminem}} | {{w|The Real Slim Shady}}| {{e|4ACV11}} | Performed by [[William Shatner]], though spoken.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Alexander Courage}} | "{{w|Theme from Star Trek|Theme from ''Star Trek''}}" | {{e|4ACV11}} | Played at the beginning of the episode after the opening credits, and the music that plays over the end credits is similar to the fanfare of the theme.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Bobby McFerrin}} | {{w|Don't Worry, Be Happy}} | {{e|4ACV12}} | Performed by the entire Planet Express Crew, except Leela, Fry and Scruffy, with slightly different lyrics.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Eminem}} | "{{w|The Real Slim Shady}}" | "Where No Fan Has Gone Before" | Performed by [[William Shatner]], though spoken.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Tom Jones}} | {{w|She's a Lady}}| {{e|4ACV13}} | Played when Bender gets together with [[Calculon]] montage.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Bobby McFerrin}} | "{{w|Don't Worry, Be Happy}}" | {{e|4ACV12}} | Performed by the entire Planet Express Crew, except Leela, Fry and Scruffy, with slightly different lyrics.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Marx Brothers}} | Hail Freedonia! | "Bend Her" | Bender's national anthem for "Robonia" is similar to the national anthem for the fictional country of {{w|Freedonia}} in the Marx Brothers film {{w|Duck Soup}}.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Tom Jones}} | "{{w|She's a Lady}}"| {{e|4ACV13}} | Played when Bender gets together with [[Calculon]] montage.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Kenny Loggins}} | I'm Alright | {{e|4ACV14}} | Bender brings a lot of CD's to the island, and he plays this song and dances to it.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Marx Brothers}} | "Hail Freedonia!" | "Bend Her" | Bender's national anthem for "Robonia" is similar to the national anthem for the fictional country of {{w|Freedonia}} in the Marx Brothers film {{w|Duck Soup}}.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Whitney Houston}} | {{w|I_Will_Always_Love_You#Whitney_Houston_version|I Will Always Love You}} | {{e|4ACV17}} | Song by Leela to [[Lrrr]] and [[Ndnd]] (though originally by {{w|Dolly Parton}}, Leela attempts to sing it like Whitney Houston).}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Kenny Loggins}} | "I'm Alright" | {{e|4ACV14}} | Contained in one of the CDs Bender brings to the island; he plays the song and dances to it.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Ludwig van Beethoven}} | {{w|Für Elise}} | {{e|4ACV18}} | Played by one of the children at the [[Holophonor]] school, played later by Fry as well.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Whitney Houston}}<br/><small>(originally performed by {{w|Dolly Parton}})</small> | "{{w|I_Will_Always_Love_You#Whitney_Houston_version|I Will Always Love You}}" | {{e|4ACV17}} | Song by Leela to [[Lrrr]] and [[Ndnd]] (though originally by {{w|Dolly Parton}}, Leela attempts to sing it like Whitney Houston).}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Maurice Ravel}} | {{w|Boléro}} | "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings" | Played by Fry at one of his concerts.}}
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{{pmarow|[[Ludwig van Beethoven]] | "{{w|Für Elise}}" | {{e|4ACV18}} | Played by one of the children at the [[Holophonor]] school, played later by Fry as well.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Scott Walker (singer)|Scott Walker}} (cover by The Jigsaw Seen) | 30 Century Man | {{f|1}} | A snippet is played when Fry realizes he is [[Lars Fillmore]] back in {{year|2012}}.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Maurice Ravel}} | ''{{w|Boléro}}'' | "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings" | Played by Fry at one of his concerts.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Steam (band)|Steam}} | {{w|Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye}} | ''Bender's Big Score'' | The [[Scammer Aliens]] sing a parody of this song replacing "Goodbye" with "We took your stuff!" while all [[Earthicans]] are evacuating Earth.}}
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{{pmarow|The Jigsaw Seen<br/><small>(originally performed by {{w|Scott Walker (singer)|Scott Walker}})</small> | "30 Century Man" | {{f|1}} | A snippet is played when Fry realizes he is [[Lars Fillmore]] back in {{year|2012}}.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Aram Khachaturian}} | {{w|Sabre Dance}} | ''Bender's Big Score'' | A Jamaican variation of this song plays when Hermes is limboing.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Steam (band)|Steam}} | "{{w|Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye}}" | ''Bender's Big Score'' | The [[Scammer Aliens]] sing a parody of this song replacing "Goodbye" with "We took your stuff!" while all [[Earthicans]] are evacuating Earth.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Carmen Miranda}} | {{w|I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much)}} | {{f|2}} | Played over the montage with [[Yivo]] and the universe going out on their date.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Aram Khachaturian}} | "{{w|Sabre Dance|The Sabre Dance}}" | ''Bender's Big Score'' | A Jamaican variation of this song plays when Hermes is limboing.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Kool & the Gang}} | {{w|Jungle Boogie}}| ''The Beast with a Billion Backs'' | A snippet is played during the segment of the universal date montage where Yivo and the universe are dancing.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Carmen Miranda}} | "{{w|I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much)}}" | {{f|2}} | Played over the montage with [[Yivo]] and the universe going out on their date.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Supremes}} | {{w|Stop! In the Name of Love}}|''The Beast with a Billion Backs'' | Referenced (almost sung) by [[Dr. Ogden Wernstrom]] as he tries to catch Amy and Leela from escaping the tentacle.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Kool & the Gang}} | "{{w|Jungle Boogie}}"| ''The Beast with a Billion Backs'' | A snippet is played during the segment of the universal date montage where Yivo and the universe are dancing.}}
{{pmarow| {{w|Daniel Johnston}} (cover by Kathy McCarty) | Rocket Ship | {{f|3}} | The song plays during the Planet Express Ship's venture to the [[Space Demolition Derby]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Supremes}} | "{{w|Stop! In the Name of Love}}"|''The Beast with a Billion Backs'' | Referenced (almost sung) by [[Dr. Ogden Wernstrom]] as he tries to catch Amy and Leela from escaping the tentacle.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Ohio Express}} | Chewy Chewy | ''Bender's Game'' | The song plays during the montage of [[Hermaphrodite]] and [[Leegola]] frolicking.}}
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{{pmarow| Kathy McCarty<br/><small>(originally performed by {{w|Daniel Johnston}})</small> | "Rocket Ship" | {{f|3}} | The song plays during the Planet Express Ship's venture to the [[Space Demolition Derby]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|The Beatles}} | {{w|Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds}} | ''Bender's Game'' | A parody of the song is heard in the background music of the opening cartoon.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Ohio Express}} | "Chewy Chewy" | ''Bender's Game'' | The song plays during the montage of [[Hermaphrodite]] and [[Leegola]] frolicking.}}
{{pmarow| {{w|MC Hammer}} | {{w|U Can't Touch This}} | ''Bender's Game'' | [[Dr. Perceptron]] says, "Now stop! Hammer time!"}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Beatles}} | "{{w|Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds}}" | ''Bender's Game'' | A parody of the song is heard in the background music of the opening cartoon.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Duran Duran}}| {{w|Hungry Like the Wolf}} | {{f|4}} | [[Zapp Brannigan|Zapp]] sings this song. Later, [[Bender Bending Rodríguez|Bender]] is heard humming the tune.}}
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{{pmarow| {{w|MC Hammer}} | "{{w|U Can't Touch This}}" | ''Bender's Game'' | [[Dr. Perceptron]] says, "Now stop! Hammer time!"}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Woody Guthrie}}| {{w|This Land Is Your Land}} | ''Into the Wild Green Yonder'' | Sung by the [[Feministas]] during their protest on [[Mars]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Robert MacArthur Crawford}}| "{{w|The U.S. Air Force (song)|The U.S. Air Force}}" | {{f|4}} | The film's title refers to the lyric "Off we go, into the wild blue yonder".}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Frank Sinatra}}| {{w|Fly Me to the Moon}} | ''Into the Wild Green Yonder'' | [[List of song performances#Opening theme for Into the Wild Green Yonder|The opening theme]] is performed in a Sinatra style, with special relations (and mentions) of Fly Me to the Moon}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Frank Sinatra}}| "{{w|Fly Me to the Moon}}" | ''Into the Wild Green Yonder'' | [[List of song performances#Opening theme for Into the Wild Green Yonder|The opening theme]] is performed in a Sinatra style, with special relations (and mentions) to "Fly Me to the Moon".}}  
{{pmarow|Robert Crawford| {{w|The U.S. Air Force (song)|The U.S. Air Force theme}} | ''Into the Wild Green Yonder'' | Lyric referred to in the title.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Woody Guthrie}}| "{{w|This Land Is Your Land}}" | ''Into the Wild Green Yonder'' | Sung by the [[Feministas]] during their protest on [[Mars]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Culture Club}}| {{w|Karma Chameleon}} | {{e|6ACV01}}| When Leela is discovered to be in a coma, Bender sings, "Coma coma coma coma coma chameleon!"}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Duran Duran}}| "{{w|Hungry Like the Wolf}}" | ''Into the Wild Green Yonder'' | [[Zapp Brannigan|Zapp]] sings this song. Later, [[Bender Bending Rodríguez|Bender]] is heard humming the tune.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Iron Butterfly}}| {{w|In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida}} | {{e|6ACV02}} | Referenced to by the title of this episode.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Culture Club}}| "{{w|Karma Chameleon}}" | {{e|6ACV01}}| When Leela is discovered to be in a coma, Bender sings, "Coma coma coma coma coma chameleon!"}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Patti LuPone}} in the musical ''{{w|Les Miserables (musical)|Les Miserables}}''| {{w|I Dreamed a Dream}} | {{e|6ACV03}} | Leela and [[Susan Boil]] sing this song together.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Iron Butterfly}}| "{{w|In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida}}" | {{e|6ACV02}} | Referenced to by the title of this episode.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Elizabeth Mitchell (musician)|Elizabeth Mitchell}} | Little Bird, Little Bird | {{e|6ACV06}} | The song is played during the flashbacks revealing that Hermes was Inspector 5.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Patti LuPone}}<br/><small>(in the musical ''{{w|Les Miserables (musical)|Les Miserables}}'')</small>| "{{w|I Dreamed a Dream}}" | {{e|6ACV03}} | Leela and [[Susan Boil]] sing this song together.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Zager & Evans}} | {{w|In the Year 2525}} | {{e|6ACV07}} | This song is parodied as "[[In the Year 252525]]" during the montage of Fry, Farnsworth and Bender [[Time travel|traveling]] [[Forward time machine|forward]] in time.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Elizabeth Mitchell (musician)|Elizabeth Mitchell}} | "Little Bird, Little Bird" | {{e|6ACV06}} | The song is played during the flashbacks revealing that Hermes was Inspector 5.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Shelly Palmer}} | {{w|Meow Mix}} Jingle | {{e|6ACV08}} | The jingle is meowed by the [[Thubanian leader]] to signal [[Thubanian flying saucer|his mothership]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Zager & Evans}} | "{{w|In the Year 2525}}" | {{e|6ACV07}} | This song is parodied as "[[In the Year 252525]]" during the montage of Fry, Farnsworth and Bender [[Time travel|traveling]] [[Forward time machine|forward]] in time.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Black Eyed Peas}} | {{w|The Boogie That Be}} | {{e|6ACV12}} | This serves as the background music for Bender's 100th delivery party.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Shelly Palmer}} | {{w|Meow Mix}} jingle | {{e|6ACV08}} | The jingle is meowed by the [[Thubanian leader]] to signal [[Thubanian flying saucer|his mothership]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Devo}}| Beautiful World| "The Mutants Are Revolting" | The mutated members of [[Devo]] play this song for the [[Devolution Revolution]]. In the episode, "{{w|Whip It}}" is mentioned as well.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Black Eyed Peas}} | "{{w|The Boogie That Be}}" | {{e|6ACV12}} | This serves as the background music for Bender's 100th delivery party.}}
{{pmarow|Devo|{{w|Jocko Homo}}| "The Mutants Are Revolting" | [[Dwayne]] asks, "Are we not men now?", a reference to the song's lyric "Are we not men, we are Devo."}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Devo}}|"Beautiful World"| "The Mutants Are Revolting" | The mutated members of [[Devo]] play this song for the [[Devolution Revolution]].}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich}}| Bend It| "The Mutants Are Revolting" | Bender plays this song on the boombox at the end of the episode and everyone dances to it.}}
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{{pmarow|Devo|"{{w|Whip It}}"|"The Mutants Are Revolting" | Requested by [[Dwayne]] for Devo to play.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Felix Mendelssohn}}| {{w|Wedding March (Mendelssohn)|Wedding March}} | {{e|6ACV14}} | Played by the robot string quartet after the Donbot's eldest daughter is wed.}}
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{{pmarow|Devo|"{{w|Jocko Homo}}"| "The Mutants Are Revolting" | [[Dwayne]] asks, "Are we not men now?", a reference to the song's lyric "Are we not men, we are Devo."}}
{{pmarow|{{w||The Clash}}| {{w|Clampdown}} | "The Silence of the Clamps" | Heard during the montage of Fry and [[Clamps]] bonding.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich}}|"Bend It"| "The Mutants Are Revolting" | Bender plays this song on the boombox at the end of the episode and everyone dances to it.}}
{{pmarow|{{w||Young Fresh Fellows}}| Rock and Roll Pest Control | {{e|6ACV17}} | Heard during the montage of the crew getting rid of the Bender duplicates}}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional''| "{{w|God Rest You, Merry Gentlemen}}" | {{e|6ACV13}} | [[Robot Santa Claus]] yells "God rest ye merry gentlemen...in peace!".}}
{{pmarow|{{w||The Chordettes}} (cover version by {{w|Chet Atkins}}) | {{w|Mr. Sandman}} | {{e|6ACV18}} | Instrumental electric guitar version is heard during the montage of Zoidberg attempting to kill Farnsworth.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Felix Mendelssohn}}| "{{w|Wedding March (Mendelssohn)|Wedding March}}" | {{e|6ACV14}} | Played by the robot string quartet after the Donbot's eldest daughter is wed.}}
{{pmarow|{{w||Frédéric Chopin}}| {{w|Piano Sonata No. 2 (Chopin)|Piano Sonata No. 2, Movement 3 - Marche funèbre: Lento}} | {{e|6ACV19}} | This famous funeral march is the horn for the hearse for DeadEx.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w||The Clash}}| "{{w|Clampdown}}" | "The Silence of the Clamps" | Heard during the montage of Fry and [[Clamps]] bonding.}}
{{pmarow|{{w||Johann Sebastian Bach}}| {{w|Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565}} | "Ghosts in the Machines" | The introduction of the Toccata is heard during the montage of Bender's ghost haunting Fry.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w||Young Fresh Fellows}}| "Rock and Roll Pest Control" | {{e|6ACV17}} | Heard during the montage of the crew getting rid of the Bender duplicates}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Mötley Crüe}}| {{w|Girls, Girls, Girls (song)|Girls, Girls, Girls}} | {{e|6ACV20}} | Heard during the montage of the gender reversed men doing a photoshoot}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Chet Atkins}}<br/><small>(originally performed by {{w||The Chordettes}})</small> | "{{w|Mr. Sandman}}" | {{e|6ACV18}} | Instrumental electric guitar version is heard during the montage of Zoidberg attempting to kill Farnsworth.}}
{{pmarow|The Beatles|{{w|I Am the Walrus}} | {{e|6ACV22}} | Episode title is a parody of the song's line "I am the egg man."}}
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{{pmarow|{{w||Frédéric Chopin}}| {{w|Piano Sonata No. 2 (Chopin)|Piano Sonata No. 2, Movement 3 - ''Marche funèbre: Lento''}} | {{e|6ACV19}} | This famous funeral march is the horn for the hearse for DeadEx.}}
{{pmarow|Eli Wolfe|Eggman | "Fry am the Egg Man" | Heard during the montage of Fry keeping the egg safe.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w||Johann Sebastian Bach}}| ''{{w|Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565}}'' | "Ghost in the Machines" | The introduction of the Toccata is heard during the montage of Bender's ghost haunting Fry.}}
{{pmarow|{{w|Jefferson Starship#Starship|Starship}}|{{w|Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now}}| {{e|6ACV24}} | Heard during the montage of young Fry doing experiments on the [[guinea pig astronaut]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w||Mike Oldfield}}| "{{w|Mike Oldfield's Single|Tubular Bells}}" | "Ghost in the Machines" | Played as [[Reverend Lionel Preacherbot]] enters the Planet Express headquarters.}}
{{pmarow|Traditional|There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea| {{e|6ACV26}} | In Space Challenge 3000, Farnsworth analyzes a log he found in a hole in the bottom of the sea, then sees a frog on the bump on the log that he found in the hole in the bottom of the sea, then sees a snail on the tail on the frog on the bump, etc.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Mötley Crüe}}| "{{w|Girls, Girls, Girls (song)|Girls, Girls, Girls}}" | {{e|6ACV20}} | Heard during the montage of the gender reversed men doing a photoshoot}}
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{{pmarow|The Beatles|"{{w|I Am the Walrus}}" | {{e|6ACV22}} | Episode title is a parody of the song's line "I am the egg man."}}
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{{pmarow|Eli Wolfe|"Eggman"| "Fry am the Egg Man" | Heard during the montage of Fry keeping the egg safe.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Jefferson Starship#Starship|Starship}}|"{{w|Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now}}"| {{e|6ACV24}} | Heard during the montage of young Fry doing experiments on the [[guinea pig astronaut]].}}
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{{pmarow|''Traditional''|"There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea"| {{e|6ACV26}} | In Space Challenge 3000, Farnsworth analyzes a log he found in a hole in the bottom of the sea, then sees a frog on the bump on the log that he found in the hole in the bottom of the sea, then sees a snail on the tail on the frog on the bump, etc.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Loretta Lynn}} | "{{w|Coal Miner's Daughter (song)|Coal Miner's Daughter}}" | {{e|7ACV01}} | The song title is referred to when [[Bev]] calls herself a "coal grinder's daughter".}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|John Philip Sousa}} | "{{w|The Stars and Stripes Forever}}" | {{e|7ACV03}} | The march plays at the opening of [[Richard Nixon's head|Nixon's]] campaign rally. | {{e|s=3}} | The march plays while Bender's mouth displays the text "HAPPY BIRTHDAY {{s|Lisa Simpson|LISA}}".}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Louis Prima}} | "{{w|Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)}}" | "Decision 3012" | A parody of the song plays over the newscast covering the campaign of [[Chris Travers]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Bobby Pickett}} | "{{w|Monster Mash}}" | {{e|7ACV07}} | [[Dr. John A. Zoidberg|Zoidberg]] sings a parody of this song along with his meatpuppet "Little Hermes".}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Bruce Springsteen}}| "{{w|Born to Run}}" | {{e|7ACV11}} | A lyric from the song is referenced on a highway sign which says "Highway jammed with broken heroes on a last-chance power drive".}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Cy Coleman}} and {{w|Dorothy Fields}}| "{{w|Big Spender}}" | {{e|7ACV12}} | Zoidberg sings a parody of the song over a montage of himself spending the money he retrieved from the [[Robot Mafia]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|The Honeydrippers}}| "{{w|Sea of Love (song)|Sea of Love}}" | {{e|7ACV13}} | Heard during the montage of salmon Fry and salmon Leela spending time with each other.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Grover Washington, Jr.}} and {{w|Bill Withers}}| "{{w|Just the Two of Us (Grover Washington, Jr. song)|Just the Two of Us}}" | {{e|7ACV17}} | Fry and Leela listen to the song as they make out.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Ohio Express}}| "{{w|Yummy Yummy Yummy}}" | {{e|7ACV19}} | Heard during the montage of Fry and Bender running from [[George Takei's head|the dragon ghost]].}}
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{{pmarow|Prince| "1999" | {{e|7ACV23}} <br> {{small|(in [[Animatic:Game of Tones|animatic]] only)}} | Heard during the montage of Fry spending time with [[Fry family|his family]].}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Eels (band)|Eels}}| "Manchild" | "Game of Tones" | Heard during the final scene of the episode when Fry is in [[Mrs. Fry|his mom's]] dream.}}
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{{pmarow|{{w|Aretha Franklin}}| "{{w|(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman}}" | "Simpsorama" | Played by the jukebox at {{s|Moe's Tavern|Moe's}}.}}
 
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Latest revision as of 20:02, 12 April 2017

The Scammer Aliens singing a parody of "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye".

This is the list of popular music appearances on Futurama in production order. For the songs performed by the characters, see the list of song performances.

Artist Track Appearance
Episode(s) Description of appearance
Bob Dylan "Blowin' in the Wind" "The Series Has Landed" (1ACV02)
Episode
Bender performs this song as he gets a magnet on his head.
"Bendin' in the Wind" (3ACV13)
Episode
Referenced to by the title of the episode.
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon "The Series Has Landed" Referenced to by Fry with "Hey, cool! Dark side of the Moon!"
Traditional "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain" "The Series Has Landed" Bender performs this song as the credits comes on, though with different lyrics.
Neal Hefti The Odd Couple theme "I, Roommate" (1ACV03)
Episode
Played over the new apartment montage.
Sir Mix-a-lot "Baby Got Back" "A Fishful of Dollars" (1ACV06)
Episode
Fry shows off old classics in his 20th century apartment.
Quincy Jones "Sanford and Son Theme (The Streetbeater)" "A Fishful of Dollars" The theme song plays whilst Fry is watching TV.
Rose Royce "Car Wash" "My Three Suns" (1ACV07)
Episode
Played as Bender goes through the Robot Wash.
Vera Lynn "We'll Meet Again" "A Big Piece of Garbage" (1ACV08)
Episode
Plays over the credits.
Charlie Daniels Band "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" "Hell Is Other Robots" (1ACV09)
Episode
The storyline is a reference to this song.
Beastie Boys "Intergalactic" "Hell Is Other Robots" Played at the concert.
Beastie Boys "Super Disco Breakin'" "Hell Is Other Robots" Played at the concert in the mosh-pit.
Prince "1999" "Hell Is Other Robots" Fry's line "Tonight, we're gonna party like its 1999" is from this song.
Beastie Boys "Sabotage" "Hell Is Other Robots" An a capella version is played at the concert.
Rodgers and Hammerstein Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' "Hell Is Other Robots" Bender sings this song when he walks into the Planet Express Building after he found religion in Robotology.
Antonio Bazzini La Ronde des Lutins (The Dance of the Goblins) "Hell Is Other Robots" The Robot Devil plays the piece during the fiddle contest with Leela.
George Frideric Handel "Hallelujah" "Hell Is Other Robots" During the crew's escape from Robot Hell, the "Hallelujah" chorus from Part II, scene 7 of Messiah plays.
The Isley Brothers "Shout" "Mars University" (1ACV11)
Episode
Played during the montage at the end.
Chubby Checker "Let's Do the Freddie" "When Aliens Attack" (1ACV12)
Episode
Referenced to by Hermes with "ready, Freddie!"
The Four Postmen "I've Got a Tan" "Fry and the Slurm Factory" (1ACV13)
Episode
Slurm's theme song is an instrumental of this song.
Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley "Oompa Loompa, Doompa-Dee-Do" "Fry and the Slurm Factory" The Grunka Lunka's song parody the Oompa-Loompa's performance of this song in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.
Smokey Robinson & the Miracles "I Second That Emotion" "I Second that Emotion" (2ACV01)
Episode
Referenced to by the title of the episode.
Maceo Pinkard "Sweet Georgia Brown" "I Second that Emotion" Bender whistles this while he does fancy basketball tricks with his head.
"Time Keeps on Slippin'" (3ACV14)
Episode
Played as the Globetrotters lands on Earth (a reference to the theme song of actual Harlem Globetrotters). Bender whistles this again at the end, although slowly.
Bender's Big Score
Film
An adaptation of the song is whistled by the Globetrotters while doing fancy tricks with a piece of chalk.
"Attack of the Killer App" (6ACV03)
Episode
Hermes says "Sweet Georgia Brown of Kingston Town!"
"The Prisoner of Benda" (6ACV10)
Episode
Another adaptation of Brother Bones' version of the song is heard during the montage of Bubblegum and Sweet Clyde switching brains with the Planet Express crew.
Patty Hill and Mildred J. Hill "Happy Birthday to You" "I Second that Emotion" Parody of "Happy Birthday" sung to Nibbler
Traditional "Michael Finnegan" "Brannigan, Begin Again" (2ACV02)
Episode
The line "Finnigan, begin again" is referred in the title of this episode.
Fred Neil "Everybody's Talkin'" "Brannigan, Begin Again" Played over the montage of Zapp and Kif trying to maek money after being fired.
Jefferson Airplane "White Rabbit" "A Head in the Polls" (2ACV03)
Episode
Performed by Richard Nixon's head during his announcement to run for President of Earth.
John Frederick Coots and Haven Gillespie "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" "Xmas Story" (2ACV04)
Episode
Christmas carol at the end of the episode, though with different lyrics and melody. This parody is titled "Santa Claus Is Gunning You Down".
Isaac Watts and Lowell Mason "Joy to the World" "Xmas Story" This Christmas Carol appears in this episode
James Pierpont "Jingle Bells" "Xmas Story" This Christmas Carol appears in this episode
Gene Autry and Oakley Haldeman "Here Comes Santa Claus" "Xmas Story" A parody of this Christmas Carol appears in this episode
Traditional "O Christmas Tree" "Xmas Story" Bender sings it with alternated lyrics about the Xmas tree.
Traditional "Twelve Days of Christmas" "Xmas Story" Song by the robots, with different lyrics, referring to what they stole.
Traditional "Deck the Halls" "Xmas Story" This Christmas Carol appears in this episode.
"The Futurama Holiday Spectacular" (6ACV13)
Episode
Leela sings the words "Don we now our gay apparel", a line from the carol.
Traditional "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" "Xmas Story" This Christmas Carol appears in this episode
Frank Sinatra "You're Lonely and I'm Lonely" "Xmas Story" Referenced to by Leela with "you're lonely and I'm lonely, but together... We're lonely together".
Doc Pomus "A Teenager in Love" "Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?" (2ACV05)
Episode
The line "Why must I be a teenager in love?" in referred to in the title of the episode.
Gerald Fried Star Trek fight music "Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?" The Decapodian National Anthem is incidental music from the Star Trek episode "Amok Time".
Frank Sinatra
(originally performed by Liza Minnelli)
"Theme from New York, New York" "The Lesser of Two Evils" (2ACV06)
Episode
Played at the Past-O-Rama concert.
Paul Anka "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" "Put Your Head on My Shoulders" (2ACV07)
Episode
Referenced to by the title of the episode.
Scruffy the Cat "Moons of Jupiter" "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" Played on the radio during Fry and Amy's trip to Europa, one of Jupiter's moons.
Harry Dacre "Daisy Bell" "A Bicyclops Built for Two" (2ACV09)
Episode
The line "A bicycle built for two" is referred to in the title of the episode.
"Love and Rocket" (4ACV03)
Episode
Performed by Bender to the Planet Express Ship.
Richard Strauss Also sprach Zarathustra "A Bicyclops Built for Two" Played as the crew enter The Internet in a similar fashion as in 2001: A Space Odyssey.
"Godfellas" (3ACV20)
Episode
Played as Bender floats around in space.
"The Sting" (4ACV12)
Episode
Played as Leela opens the coffin in a similar fashion to the monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Randall Garrett and Isaac Asimov "A Clone of My Own" "A Clone of My Own" (2ACV10)
Episode
Referenced to by the title of the episode.
Donovan "Atlantis" "The Deep South" (2ACV12)
Episode
Song as a tourist information stand, with different lyrics, to be about Atlanta, instead of Atlantis. The ending of the song is played during the Fry and Umbriel montage.
Arthur Smith "Dueling Banjos" "The Deep South" Hummed by Bender.
Hal David and Burt Bacharach "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" "Mother's Day" (2ACV14)
Episode
Played during the memory of the relationship between Mom and Farnsworth.
Harry Belafonte "Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)" "Mother's Day" Referenced to by Farnsworth with "one foot tall, eight feet, fifteen feet."
"The Cyber House Rules" (3ACV09)
Episode
Referenced to by Hermes with "daylight come," and "tally me banana."
Traditional "The Sailor's Hornpipe" "The Problem with Popplers" (2ACV15)
Episode
Song as the theme song for Popplers by Fry and Bender, with different lyrics.
Hanson "MMMBop" "Anthology of Interest I" (2ACV16)
Episode
Played while Fry and giant Bender plays in the park, the song ends promptly as the concert is destroyed by Bender.
Black Sabbath "Iron Man" "Anthology of Interest I" Played as the giant Bender flies toward Earth.
Katrina and the Waves "Walking on Sunshine" "War Is the H-Word" (2ACV17)
Episode
Fry sings it while scrubbing Kif's back during his shower.
"The 30% Iron Chef" (3ACV22)
Episode
Fry sings it in the shower while Zoidberg exchanges his t-shirt.
"Jurassic Bark" (4ACV07)
Episode
Fry sings it while riding his bike with Seymour.
"The Sting" (4ACV12)
Episode
It is played on bagpipes by Scruffy at his funeral, to which Amy comments, "he is walking on sunshine now".
Into the Wild Green Yonder
Film
Fry has it as his ring tone.
Johnny Mandel and Mike Altman "Suicide Is Painless" (Theme from M*A*S*H) "War Is the H-Word" Played as we see the tents.
The Animals "We Gotta Get out of This Place" "War Is the H-Word" Referenced to by Nixon with "we gotta get out of this planet."
The Kinks "Lola" "Amazon Women in the Mood" (3ACV01)
Episode
Performed by Zapp at the karaoke, though with the character Lola is replaced by Leela
Elton John "Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time)" "Amazon Women in the Mood" Zapp's performance of "Leela" spoken word parodies William Shatner's version of this song.
"Where No Fan Has Gone Before" (4ACV11)
Episode
William Shatner performs "The Real Slim Shady" spoken word, in the style of this song and his album, The Transformed Man
Lipps Inc "Funkytown" "Amazon Women in the Mood" Performed by Morbo at the karaoke.
Bonnie Tyler "Total Eclipse of the Heart" "Amazon Women in the Mood" Performed by Kif at the karaoke.
C. W. McCall "Convoy" "Parasites Lost" (3ACV02)
Episode
Played as the episode starts, and they enter a truck stop.
Traditional "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" "A Tale of Two Santas" (3ACV03)
Episode
Bender sings it as he is being executed, due to the magnets.
Simple Minds "Don't You (Forget About Me)" "The Luck of the Fryrish" (3ACV04)
Episode
Played at the end of the episode.
Traditional "Greenland Whale Fisheries" "The Birdbot of Ice-Catraz" (3ACV05)
Episode
Bender sings a stanza of it as he refused to drink after Fry has declared his disrespect for him.
The Righteous Brothers
(originally performed by Todd Duncan)
"Unchained Melody" "Bendless Love" (3ACV06)
Episode
Played instrumentally while Bender helps Angle-ine shape a girder into a heart, which is a parody of the pottery scene from Ghost, where this song is a theme.
Bender's Game
Film
Played as over Farnsworth's flashback to going back and being romantically attached to Mom, in a reference to the film Ghost.
The American Breed "Bend Me, Shape Me" "Bendless Love" Played during the love montage.
Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 5 "Bendin' in the Wind" Bender is writing sheet music that brings him to tears. The melody is actually the theme from this piece. The paper is labelled "No. 5" and "by Bender".
Diana Ross and Lionel Richie "Endless Love" "Bendless Love" Referenced to by the title of the episode.
Arthur Schwartz "That's Entertainment!" "That's Lobstertainment!" (3ACV08)
Episode
Referenced to by the title of the episode.
Roy Orbison "Oh, Pretty Woman" "The Cyber House Rules" (3ACV09)
Episode
Played as Leela gets a second eye montage.
Jay Livingston and Ray Evans "Bonanza" "Where the Buggalo Roam" (3ACV10)
Episode
Parody sung by Bender during the cattle ride.
Brewster Higley VI and Daniel E. Kelley "Home on the Range" "Where the Buggalo Roam" Referenced to by the title of the episode.
Cypress Hill "Insane in the Brain" "Insane in the Mainframe" (3ACV11)
Episode
Referenced to by the title of the episode.
"The Why of Fry" (4ACV10)
Episode
Referenced to by one of the Brain Spawn with "are you insane in the membrane?"
Traditional "Frog Went A-Courting" "Bendin' in the Wind" (3ACV13)
Episode
Bender sings his own version because he doesn't remember the words.
Traditional "Blue Tail Fly" "Bendin' in the Wind" Bender sings both the original version and his own version of the refrain.
Simon & Garfunkel
(originally a traditional folk song)
"Scarborough Fair" "Bendin' in the Wind" This is performed at Bend-Aid by robot Cylon and Art Garfunkel's descendant.
Beck "Sexx Laws" "Bendin' in the Wind" Performed by Beck and Bender.
Beck "Where It's At" "Bendin' in the Wind" Performed by Beck and Bender.
Beck "Devils Haircut" "Bendin' in the Wind" Mentioned by Beck.
Steve Miller Band "Fly Like an Eagle" "Time Keeps on Slippin'" (3ACV14)
Episode
The line "Time keeps on slippin" is referred to in the title of this episode.
The Miracles "Love Machine" "I Dated a Robot" (3ACV15)
Episode
Song played during montage of Fry's dates with Liubot.
The Coasters "Along Came Jones" "I Dated a Robot" Referenced to by Bender with "and along came Bender."
Wham! "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" "I Dated a Robot" References George Michael's line "Please pick me up before you go-go".
Frederick Weatherly "Danny Boy" "A Pharaoh to Remember" (3ACV17)
Episode
Performed by Dr. Zoidberg at the surprise funeral of Bender.
Elton John "Daniel" "A Pharaoh to Remember" Played by a singer resembling Elton John during Pharaoh Hamenthotep's funeral but instead using lyrics referencing the Pharaoh.
Elton John "Bennie and the Jets" "A Pharaoh to Remember" Played by the Elton John lookalike during Pharaoh Hamenthotep's funeral but instead using lyrics referencing the Pharaoh.
Elton John "Crocodile Rock" "A Pharaoh to Remember" Played by the Elton John lookalike during Pharaoh Hamenthotep's funeral but instead using lyrics referencing the Pharaoh.
Semisonic "Closing Time" "A Pharaoh to Remember" Referenced to by the Pharaoh's adviser with "you don't have to go home, but you can't stay here."
The Bangles "Walk Like an Egyptian" "A Pharaoh to Remember" Played as Bender enters as the new Pharaoh.
Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine "Conga" "Anthology of Interest II" (3ACV18)
Episode
Played twice during the Bender becomes a human story.
Rush "Tom Sawyer" "Anthology of Interest II" Played during the Space Invaders scene.
Lonzo and Oscar "I'm My Own Grandpa" "Roswell that Ends Well" (3ACV19)
Episode
Referenced to by Farnsworth with "Mr I'm-my-own-grandpa".
Johann Strauss II An der schönen blauen Donau (The Blue Danube) "Godfellas" (3ACV20)
Episode
Played as Bender floats around in space.
Frédéric Chopin Polonaise in C sharp minor "Godfellas" The tune Bender attempts to perform on his piano.
Men Without Hats "The Safety Dance" "Future Stock" (3ACV21)
Episode
Performed by Steve Castle two times during this episode.
Joe Esposito "You're the Best" "The 30% Iron Chef" (3ACV22)
Episode
Played over the Bender training to become a chef montage.
Giuseppe Verdi La donna è mobile "The 30% Iron Chef" Performed by the shrimp in Elzar's dish.
Cream "Sunshine of Your Love" "The 30% Iron Chef" Played as the episode ends.
Pizzicato Five "Baby Love Child" "Leela's Homeworld" (4ACV02)
Episode
Played during montage showing that Leela's parents were actually with her her whole life.
Spin Doctors "Two Princes" "Love and Rocket" (4ACV03)
Episode
The song that plays when Bender turns on the radio after Farnsworth installs the new software.
Black Flag "TV Party" "Bender Should Not Be Allowed on Television" (4ACV06)
Episode
Played during the All My Circuits montage, but also performed by the Planet Express Crew including Dwight Conrad and Cubert Farnsworth over the credits.
Van McCoy "The Hustle" "Jurassic Bark" (4ACV07)
Episode
Performed as Fry's people's native dance.
Connie Francis "I Will Wait for You" "Jurassic Bark" Played over the montage, where Seymour waits for Fry.
"Simpsorama"
Episode
An instrumental version is heard over Seymour's cameo.
KC and the Sunshine Band "Get Down Tonight" "Crimes of the Hot" (4ACV08)
Episode
Played over the montage where the robots travel to the Galápagos Islands.
Buster Poindexter
(originally performed by Arrow)
"Hot Hot Hot" "Crimes of the Hot" Played at the party at the end of the episode.
Don McLean "American Pie" "The Why of Fry" (4ACV10)
Episode
After Fry, the Brainspawn and the Infosphere are trapped in the Parallel Universe, one of the brains mentions that they could spend the rest of eternity singing this song; the full version of it lasts over eight minutes.
Alexander Courage "Theme from Star Trek" "Where No Fan Has Gone Before" (4ACV11)
Episode
Played at the beginning of the episode after the opening credits, and the music that plays over the end credits is similar to the fanfare of the theme.
Eminem "The Real Slim Shady" "Where No Fan Has Gone Before" Performed by William Shatner, though spoken.
Bobby McFerrin "Don't Worry, Be Happy" "The Sting" (4ACV12)
Episode
Performed by the entire Planet Express Crew, except Leela, Fry and Scruffy, with slightly different lyrics.
Tom Jones "She's a Lady" "Bend Her" (4ACV13)
Episode
Played when Bender gets together with Calculon montage.
Marx Brothers "Hail Freedonia!" "Bend Her" Bender's national anthem for "Robonia" is similar to the national anthem for the fictional country of Freedonia in the Marx Brothers film Duck Soup.
Kenny Loggins "I'm Alright" "Obsoletely Fabulous" (4ACV14)
Episode
Contained in one of the CDs Bender brings to the island; he plays the song and dances to it.
Whitney Houston
(originally performed by Dolly Parton)
"I Will Always Love You" "Spanish Fry" (4ACV17)
Episode
Song by Leela to Lrrr and Ndnd (though originally by Dolly Parton, Leela attempts to sing it like Whitney Houston).
Ludwig van Beethoven "Für Elise" "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings" (4ACV18)
Episode
Played by one of the children at the Holophonor school, played later by Fry as well.
Maurice Ravel Boléro "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings" Played by Fry at one of his concerts.
The Jigsaw Seen
(originally performed by Scott Walker)
"30 Century Man" Bender's Big Score
Film
A snippet is played when Fry realizes he is Lars Fillmore back in 2012.
Steam "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" Bender's Big Score The Scammer Aliens sing a parody of this song replacing "Goodbye" with "We took your stuff!" while all Earthicans are evacuating Earth.
Aram Khachaturian "The Sabre Dance" Bender's Big Score A Jamaican variation of this song plays when Hermes is limboing.
Carmen Miranda "I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much)" The Beast with a Billion Backs
Film
Played over the montage with Yivo and the universe going out on their date.
Kool & the Gang "Jungle Boogie" The Beast with a Billion Backs A snippet is played during the segment of the universal date montage where Yivo and the universe are dancing.
The Supremes "Stop! In the Name of Love" The Beast with a Billion Backs Referenced (almost sung) by Dr. Ogden Wernstrom as he tries to catch Amy and Leela from escaping the tentacle.
Kathy McCarty
(originally performed by Daniel Johnston)
"Rocket Ship" Bender's Game
Film
The song plays during the Planet Express Ship's venture to the Space Demolition Derby.
The Ohio Express "Chewy Chewy" Bender's Game The song plays during the montage of Hermaphrodite and Leegola frolicking.
The Beatles "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" Bender's Game A parody of the song is heard in the background music of the opening cartoon.
MC Hammer "U Can't Touch This" Bender's Game Dr. Perceptron says, "Now stop! Hammer time!"
Robert MacArthur Crawford "The U.S. Air Force" Into the Wild Green Yonder
Film
The film's title refers to the lyric "Off we go, into the wild blue yonder".
Frank Sinatra "Fly Me to the Moon" Into the Wild Green Yonder The opening theme is performed in a Sinatra style, with special relations (and mentions) to "Fly Me to the Moon".
Woody Guthrie "This Land Is Your Land" Into the Wild Green Yonder Sung by the Feministas during their protest on Mars.
Duran Duran "Hungry Like the Wolf" Into the Wild Green Yonder Zapp sings this song. Later, Bender is heard humming the tune.
Culture Club "Karma Chameleon" "Rebirth" (6ACV01)
Episode
When Leela is discovered to be in a coma, Bender sings, "Coma coma coma coma coma chameleon!"
Iron Butterfly "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" "In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela" (6ACV02)
Episode
Referenced to by the title of this episode.
Patti LuPone
(in the musical Les Miserables)
"I Dreamed a Dream" "Attack of the Killer App" (6ACV03)
Episode
Leela and Susan Boil sing this song together.
Elizabeth Mitchell "Little Bird, Little Bird" "Lethal Inspection" (6ACV06)
Episode
The song is played during the flashbacks revealing that Hermes was Inspector 5.
Zager & Evans "In the Year 2525" "The Late Philip J. Fry" (6ACV07)
Episode
This song is parodied as "In the Year 252525" during the montage of Fry, Farnsworth and Bender traveling forward in time.
Shelly Palmer Meow Mix jingle "That Darn Katz!" (6ACV08)
Episode
The jingle is meowed by the Thubanian leader to signal his mothership.
Black Eyed Peas "The Boogie That Be" "The Mutants Are Revolting" (6ACV12)
Episode
This serves as the background music for Bender's 100th delivery party.
Devo "Beautiful World" "The Mutants Are Revolting" The mutated members of Devo play this song for the Devolution Revolution.
Devo "Whip It" "The Mutants Are Revolting" Requested by Dwayne for Devo to play.
Devo "Jocko Homo" "The Mutants Are Revolting" Dwayne asks, "Are we not men now?", a reference to the song's lyric "Are we not men, we are Devo."
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich "Bend It" "The Mutants Are Revolting" Bender plays this song on the boombox at the end of the episode and everyone dances to it.
Traditional "God Rest You, Merry Gentlemen" "The Futurama Holiday Spectacular" (6ACV13)
Episode
Robot Santa Claus yells "God rest ye merry gentlemen...in peace!".
Felix Mendelssohn "Wedding March" "The Silence of the Clamps" (6ACV14)
Episode
Played by the robot string quartet after the Donbot's eldest daughter is wed.
The Clash "Clampdown" "The Silence of the Clamps" Heard during the montage of Fry and Clamps bonding.
Young Fresh Fellows "Rock and Roll Pest Control" "Benderama" (6ACV17)
Episode
Heard during the montage of the crew getting rid of the Bender duplicates
Chet Atkins
(originally performed by The Chordettes)
"Mr. Sandman" "The Tip of the Zoidberg" (6ACV18)
Episode
Instrumental electric guitar version is heard during the montage of Zoidberg attempting to kill Farnsworth.
Frédéric Chopin Piano Sonata No. 2, Movement 3 - Marche funèbre: Lento "Ghost in the Machines" (6ACV19)
Episode
This famous funeral march is the horn for the hearse for DeadEx.
Johann Sebastian Bach Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 "Ghost in the Machines" The introduction of the Toccata is heard during the montage of Bender's ghost haunting Fry.
Mike Oldfield "Tubular Bells" "Ghost in the Machines" Played as Reverend Lionel Preacherbot enters the Planet Express headquarters.
Mötley Crüe "Girls, Girls, Girls" "Neutopia" (6ACV20)
Episode
Heard during the montage of the gender reversed men doing a photoshoot
The Beatles "I Am the Walrus" "Fry Am the Egg Man" (6ACV22)
Episode
Episode title is a parody of the song's line "I am the egg man."
Eli Wolfe "Eggman" "Fry am the Egg Man" Heard during the montage of Fry keeping the egg safe.
Starship "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" "Cold Warriors" (6ACV24)
Episode
Heard during the montage of young Fry doing experiments on the guinea pig astronaut.
Traditional "There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea" "Reincarnation" (6ACV26)
Episode
In Space Challenge 3000, Farnsworth analyzes a log he found in a hole in the bottom of the sea, then sees a frog on the bump on the log that he found in the hole in the bottom of the sea, then sees a snail on the tail on the frog on the bump, etc.
Loretta Lynn "Coal Miner's Daughter" "The Bots and the Bees" (7ACV01)
Episode
The song title is referred to when Bev calls herself a "coal grinder's daughter".
John Philip Sousa "The Stars and Stripes Forever" "Decision 3012" (7ACV03)
Episode
The march plays at the opening of Nixon's campaign rally.
"Simpsorama"
Episode
The march plays while Bender's mouth displays the text "HAPPY BIRTHDAY LISA".
Louis Prima "Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)" "Decision 3012" A parody of the song plays over the newscast covering the campaign of Chris Travers.
Bobby Pickett "Monster Mash" "The Six Million Dollar Mon" (7ACV07)
Episode
Zoidberg sings a parody of this song along with his meatpuppet "Little Hermes".
Bruce Springsteen "Born to Run" "31st Century Fox" (7ACV11)
Episode
A lyric from the song is referenced on a highway sign which says "Highway jammed with broken heroes on a last-chance power drive".
Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields "Big Spender" "Viva Mars Vegas" (7ACV12)
Episode
Zoidberg sings a parody of the song over a montage of himself spending the money he retrieved from the Robot Mafia.
The Honeydrippers "Sea of Love" "Naturama" (7ACV13)
Episode
Heard during the montage of salmon Fry and salmon Leela spending time with each other.
Grover Washington, Jr. and Bill Withers "Just the Two of Us" "Fry and Leela's Big Fling" (7ACV17)
Episode
Fry and Leela listen to the song as they make out.
Ohio Express "Yummy Yummy Yummy" "Saturday Morning Fun Pit" (7ACV19)
Episode
Heard during the montage of Fry and Bender running from the dragon ghost.
Prince "1999" "Game of Tones" (7ACV23)
Episode

(in animatic only)
Heard during the montage of Fry spending time with his family.
Eels "Manchild" "Game of Tones" Heard during the final scene of the episode when Fry is in his mom's dream.
Aretha Franklin "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" "Simpsorama" Played by the jukebox at Moe's.