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The Theme Song plays at the start of every episode of Clone High. The song was written for the show, by the band, "Abandoned Pools". Their song is actually much longer, but a condensed version is used for the theme song.


Condensed Version

Way, way back in the 1980's,
secret government employees
dug up famous guys and ladies
and made amusing genetic copies.
Now these clones are sexy teens now.
They're gunna make it if they try.
Loving, learning, sharing, judging.
A time to laugh and shiver and cry.
Clone High
Clone High

Original Version

Way, way, back in the 1980's
Secret government employees
Dug up famous guys and ladies
And made amusing genetic copies
Now the clones are sexy teens now
They're gonna make it if they try
Loving, learning, sharing, judging,
A time to laugh and shiver and cry.
Time to watch
Clone High
Energetic and engaging,
Clone High
Our angst is entertaining,
Clone High
Our lives are never boring,
Who am I?

There's a place that you can go to
And it's never very far
Famous people you can live through
If you don't know who you are
Why there's so much to live up to
Expectations are so high.
I'm not crying, it's my contacts
There must be something in my eye.
You all must watch
Clone High
Inspired and organic
Clone High
Possibly dramatic
Clone High
More fun than watching static
Where am I?
Clone High

Joan: "Yes Abe, I love y--"
Abe: "Shhh"
Mr. Butertron: "Where are my bitches?"
Joan: "You've changed, Abe"
Toots: "Now, I may be blind..."
Gandhi: "Best dudes forever, Abe?"
Abe: "Well I'll just leave you two alone, because it looks like you're about to DO IT anyway!"
JFK: "I'm a Kennedy! I'm not accustomed to tragedy!"

A time to laugh and shiver and cry.
A time to laugh and shiver and cry.
A time to laugh and shiver and cry.
I'll see you at
Clone High
I can't escape my name
Clone High
That's the price of fame
Clone High
Life is just a game
That's why
Clone High
U... S... A


  • In the textbook shown throughout the song, the phrase "Fig. 8-12: It is of some importance to note that when cloning historical figures, idiosyncrasies may prevent direct replication." This turns out to be very true, as most, if not, all of the clones in the series have some kind of major personality flaw, that makes them significantly differ from their original counterparts.
  • A picture shows Principal Scudowrth, digging up Abraham Lincoln's grave, while Mr. Butlertron carries off, what is most likely his skeleton. The tombstone reads "Lincoln 1809-1865".
    • Principal Scudworth is shown with a full head of hair.
  • A few of the clones are associated with figures.
  • Another note in the textbook reads "Fig. 3-14: Imagine that you could shrink down and enter and explore the animal cell in Figure 3-5. First you would pass through the cell membranes, thin two-"
  • In "Litter Kills: Litterally", the theme song was replaced with a more dramatic-sounding, cover. The singer was replaced with a female singer, and the instrumentals were replaced with dramatic piano music.
  • In "Snowflake Day: A Very Special Holiday Special", a subtle alteration was made to the song, in order to adapt to the holiday feel. It now contained some more Christmas-y instrumentals, on top of it's original ones.
  • In "Film Fest: Tears of a Clone", during the track meet the song was played and altered to be a high school band version akin to a live band playing it.
  • JFK appears to be the only one with a drink (most likely wine) when he was cloned.