The theme song for The King of Queens is beautiful and fits the show perfectly. “Baby, All My Life I Will Be Driving Home to You” is the name of the song, which was written by American singer and actor Billy Vera. The music for the show was made just for it, and you can’t buy it anywhere else.
From 1998 to 2007, there were nine seasons of The King of Queens. By the standards of any TV show, that is a long time.
The King of Queens Lyrics
My eyes are getting weary
My back is getting tight
I’m sitting here in traffic on the Queensboro Bridge tonight
But, I don’t care ’cause all I want to do…
is cash my check and drive right home to you
’cause Baby, all my life
I will be driving home to you.
The central opening of Season 1 was simple, but Season 2 introduced a new song called “Baby, All My Life I Will Be Driving Home to You.” It’s linked to many people. It was written by Jonathan Wolff, Scott Lausen, Billy Vera, and the Beaters. What are your thoughts on this song?
Some people may also ask, “Is the King of Queens on Netflix?” As far as I know, it’s not, but at least you can watch the King of Queen’s video and listen to the theme song on our website.
King of Queen’s Season 2 Funniest Moments
Kevin James Explains The Real Reason Why He Killed Off His TV Wife
The show has had more than enough drama to make it funny. In August 2017, fans of the CBS sitcom “Kevin Can Wait” were shocked to hear that one of the main cast members, Erinn Hayes, had been fired before the show’s second season. Not only that, but her character, Donna, who is the matriarch of the Gable family, would be killed off in a rude way.
Furthermore, her death and the things that led up to it wouldn’t be shown on TV, at least not right away. Instead, there would be a time jump between seasons. Many fans thought that Hayes’s firing was just a messy way to make guest star Leah Remini a regular on the show. It’s no secret that the fan favorite used to work on The King of Queens with star Kevin James for nine seasons. But James has now put an end to that rumor. He says that the show needed a big change like this to stay alive…
The King of Queens (1998-2007) – DVD Preview
The First Scene (1998)
The scene from The King of Queens that started it all will take you back to 1998.
How do you feel about this theme song? Please tell me in the comments if you’d also listen to the theme songs we’ve prepared for you. We’ve been watching you and know what you like, so we’re sure you’ll like this, so see you in the next one.