Daisy Jones and The Six theme song: What song plays in the opening credits?

Daisy Jones and The Six premieres March 3 on Prime Video
Daisy Jones and The Six premieres March 3 on Prime Video /
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Daisy Jones and The Six has made its premiere! The ten episode series is set to capture our attention over the course of March as we fall in love with this fictional ’70s band that took the world by storm in their heyday. In their present day, which is the ’90s, they’re sitting down for the first time to talk about their rise into rock ‘n roll fame and their dissolution which came at the height of their success.

The show will primarily focus on this story with music weaved in throughout including the band’s original songs and the work of the real life bands that inspired their sound, takes on music, and belief that a person’s lyrics and melody can change your life forever.

If you tuned into “Track 1: Come and Get It” then you’ve seen the opening credits for the series which is full of old photographs of the band in their journey gigging and making music together. And you likely noticed that the song that plays during the opening sequence isn’t sung by Daisy or Billy. What song is playing at the beginning of each Daisy Jones and The Six episode? Here’s what we know!

Daisy Jones and The Six theme song

The show’s theme song is “Dancing Barefoot” by Patti Smith Group. Given the lyrics, many interpretations can be drawn for why this song is so apt for this series, its band, and particularly Daisy and Billy. The lyrics according to Genius:

"[Verse 1]She is benedictionShe is addicted to theeShe is the root connectionShe is connecting with he[Pre-Chorus]Here I go and I don’t know whyI fell so ceaselesslyCould it be he’s taking over me?[Chorus]I’m dancing barefootHeading for a spinSome strange music draws me inMakes me come on like some heroine[Verse 2]She is sublimationShe is the essence of theeShe is concentrating onHe, who is chosen by she[Pre-Chorus]Here I go and I don’t know whyI spin so ceaselesslyCould it be he’s taking over me?[Chorus]I’m dancing barefootHeading for a spinSome strange music draws me inMakes me come on like some heroine[Instrumental Bridge][Verse 3]She is re-creationShe, intoxicated by theeShe has the slow sensation thatHe is levitating with she[Pre-Chorus]Here I go and I don’t know whyI spin so ceaselessly‘Til I lose my sense of gravity[Chorus]I’m dancing barefootHit me, there I spinSome strange music draws me inMakes me come on like some heroine[Outro]Oh, God, I fell for youOh, God, I fell for youThe plot of our life sweats in the dark like a faceOh, God, I fell for youThe mystery of childbirth, of childhood itselfGrave visitationsOh, God, I fell for youWhat is it that calls to us?Why must we pray screaming?Why must not death be redefined?Oh, God, I fell for youWe shut our eyes, we stretch out our armsOh, God, I fell for youAnd whirl on a pane of glassOh, God, I fell for youAn afixiation a fix on anythingThe line of life the limb of a treeOh, God, I fell for youThe hands of he and the promiseOh, God, I fell for youThat she is blessed among womenOh, God, I fell for youOh, God, I fell for you"

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Stay tuned to Hidden Remote for more Daisy Jones and The Six news and coverage! New episodes of the Prime Video series release Fridays on the streamer. The finale will premiere March 24.