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Spider-Man Theme (1967) by Robert Harris and Paul Francis Webster

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Spider-Man Theme (1967) (Song) by Robert Harris and Paul Francis Webster
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Spider-Man Theme (Song)

performed by Robert Harris; written by Paul Francis Webster

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Spiderman, Spiderman,  
Does whatever a spider can  
Spins a web, any size,  
Catches thieves just like flies  
Look Out!  
Here comes the Spiderman.  
Is he strong?  
Listen bud,  
He's got radioactive blood.  
Can he swing from a thread  
Take a look overhead  
Hey, there  
There goes the Spiderman.  
In the chill of night  
At the scene of a crime  
Like a streak of light  
He arrives just in time.  
Spiderman, Spiderman  
Friendly neighborhood Spiderman  
Wealth and fame  
He's ingnored  
Action is his reward.  
To him, life is a great big bang up  
Whenever there's a hang up  
You'll find the Spider man.