Females Are Strong As Hell! Here’s An Extended Cut Of The ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Theme Song

03.09.15 4 years ago 14 Comments

If there exists a song catchier than the theme song for The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, I don’t know it. Created by Jeff Richmond (husband to creator Tina Fey and composer for the show) and the Gregory Brothers, the minds behind Songify the News, the song is an auto-tuned wonder spun from the first episode’s interview with witness Walter Bankston, played by comedian Mike Britt. And now, thankfully, we have the extended cut. We also have the lyrics:

I was outside cuttin up bike tires with my grandson, when out of nowhere
Forty hundred police vehicles came bookin
They went, busted up in that weird old white dude’s house
He had a cult up in there
White dudes hold the record for creepy crimes
But females are strong as hell

Unbreakable!
They alive, dammit!
It’s a miracle
Unbreakable!
They alive, dammit!
Females are strong as hell
Unbreakable!
They alive, dammit!
It’s a miracle
Unbreakable!
They alive, dammit!
Females are strong as hell

We’ve been livin here 10 years
Nobody seen no girl
Nobody heard no girl
Nobody smelled no girl

He had them underground
They came out the hole lookin round
Like a bunch of Punxsutawney Phils
And I said, “Nathan, is this for reals?!”

One, two, three, four girls came out
One, two, three, four girls came out

I don’t know about you, but after listening to that song forty-hundred times, I too am alive, dammit. Can’t get enough? You can also check out the Gregory Brothers’ cover.

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