Posted by John Cassidy on July 10, 2018 09:24:09 What’s the official Superman theme song?

This is the official music to the Superman movie.

It has lyrics and lyrics from the film and is accompanied by an instrumental version of the song by the same name.

There is also a video version of it.

This theme is one of the many unofficial themes that have popped up recently, and is a bit of a strange one.

The song was made by Japanese musician Takashi Sugimoto, and the title of his video is a reference to the famous song, “Superman,” by the rock band Guns N’ Roses.

The lyrics to “Superwoman” were written by The Beatles, so this song is actually a tribute to one of their greatest hits, “Yesterday.”

The original song was produced by George Harrison and included vocals from Harrison.

This song is not a new song by any stretch of the imagination.

It was the first official song that The Beatles wrote for the Superman films, and was released in April 1970.

It is a cover of the theme song from the 1967 Superman film.

There are a lot of other unofficial themes popping up on the web, like the “Pizza Express” video, and this one from an animated feature called The Great Escape, which stars a robot named Mr. Robot.

The official theme is an allusion to Superman himself, and it’s hard to tell if it’s a parody or a true homage.

I’m not a huge fan of “Super” being associated with a superhero film.

That said, the song is fun to sing, and has a catchy hook.

I think it’s one of those “you get what you pay for” moments.