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Nananananananana...Batman! Batman. Baatmaaan. Batman. Baaaatman. Baaaatman. Baaaatman. Batman!

No, my keyboard isn't playing up, I was just singing along with the popular theme from the '60s Batman TV show, silly! Well, more like singing along to an adorable version that has surfaced, produced by Pearl Jam frontman, Eddie Vedder.

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Eddie performing with Pearl Jam
Eddie performing with Pearl Jam

He was joined by his 7-year-old daughter, Harper Moon, who provided the catchy vocals. How cute! In an interview with Rolling Stone, musician Vedder said:

"It's amazing how many bands covered the 'Batman Theme.' Who covered it? The Jam covered it, the Ventures. We almost thought Ramones but they covered Spider-Man. And I always hoped that our group would cover it one day. But we hadn't, and this summer, I recorded a version with my kids."

The charming rendition is below, in all its glory:

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The iconic, upbeat and unforgettable theme tune accompanied the classic TV series, which ran from 1966 to 1968, starring Adam West as the Caped Crusader and Burt Ward as Robin. The show earned a cult following for its lighthearted and humorous nature.

Listen to the theme song below, and I guarantee it'll be stuck in your head all day:

Nananananananana Batman! Okay, I'll stop now.

What did you think of Eddie Vedder's rendition of Batman?

Source: Rolling Stone


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