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"Everywhere You Look" is the theme song to Full House, performed by Jesse Fredrick. It was also composed by Fredrick along with Bennett Salvay. A new version was recorded with Carly Rae Jepsen for Fuller House.

Variations

Several versions are used for the different seasons. In seasons six and seven, only the first two lines are used, and "Ahh, ahh" is sung (showing the cast running toward the camera) before seguing into the chorus (though this was occasionally used in the first five seasons as well before being put to permanent use in season 6). In season eight, the first verse was skipped completely and started with "Ahh, ahh" and the chorus, as the show's logo swirled toward the center (like in the teaser shot).

The syndicated repeats from the first five seasons go straight into the vocals, skip the second zoom-out of the family in Danny's car "Bullet" and go straight into the Golden Gate Bridge and logo shot, use the line "You miss your old familiar friends, they're waiting just around the bend" (again, showing the cast running toward the camera) before seguing into the chorus, skip the third time "Everywhere you look" is sung, and end after the final "Everywhere you look" (at which point Jeff Franklin's creator credit appears; for the first three seasons, this would be during the scene where the family gathers for dinner, instead of the zoom-out of the Tanner house and the wide shot of San Francisco). The former was part of the extended version (see lyrics below).

The closing credits of the episodes, most often, are accompanied by certain shots from the title sequence (starting with a wide panoramic sweep of the Golden Gate Bridge) while the song is performed in its instrumental version, with the final scene being the dinner/picnic gathering. Starting in season six, this would change to stills from that day's episode, with the credits bottom-aligned.

From season two on, until the series' conclusion, the theme song added electric-guitar backing.

On syndicated repeats, there is a truncated version of the closing theme used in the bumper, featuring the white logo center-aligned towards the top, or the yellow logo in its normal position, depending on the season. On occasion, Dave Coulier (Joey) can be heard saying "Full House will be right back."

Full house cast reunites to sing theme song02:18

Full house cast reunites to sing theme song

In 2015, at Jeff Franklin's birthday party (l–r): Jodie Sweetin, Candace Cameron, Andrea Barber, Jesse Frederick, Bob Saget, Jeff Franklin, Lori Loughlin, and John Stamos

Lyrics

Original season one version:

(Ahhh, ahhh, ahhh, ahhh)
Whatever happened to predictability
The milkman, the paperboy, evening TV?
How did I get delivered here?
Somebody tell me, please
This old world's confusing me

With clouds as mean as you've ever seen
Ain't a bird who knows your tune.
Then a little voice inside you whispers,
"Kid don't sell your dreams, so soon."

(Chorus:)
Everywhere you look
(Everywhere you look)
There's a heart
(There's a heart)
A hand to hold onto
Everywhere you look
(Everywhere you look)
There's a face
Of somebody who needs you
Everywhere you look

When you're lost out there
and you're all alone,
A light is waiting
to carry you home.
Everywhere you look
Everywhere you look
(doop-a-dee-ba-ba-dow)

Full House - Season 1 Intro Theme Song Opening01:26

Full House - Season 1 Intro Theme Song Opening


Fuller House version

(spoken) 1, 2, 3, 4!
La, la, la, la, la, la, ooooohh
Whatever happened to predictability
The milk man, the paper boy, the evening TV?
Everybody eventually says that they're as lost as you
So everybody, shout it together
Hey, don't sell your dreams so soon

Everywhere you look, everywhere you go
There's a heart, a hand to hold onto
Everywhere you look, everywhere you go
There's a face of somebody who needs you
Everywhere you look, yeah
When you're lost out there and you're all alone
A light is waiting to carry you home
Everywhere you look
La, la, la, la, la, la

Everywhere You Look (The Fuller House Theme)03:19

Everywhere You Look (The Fuller House Theme)


Trivia

  • Jesse Frederick and Bennett Salvay were also involved with the theme songs of other Miller-Boyett series: Perfect Strangers ("Nothing's Gonna Stop Me Now"), Family Matters ("As Days Go By"), Going Places, and Step by Step
  • Carly Rae Jepsen ("Call Me Maybe") was a finalist on Canadian Idol – season five, finishing in third place

See also

Opening Credits

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