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Rudy's Got the Chalk (The ChalkZone Theme) is the opening song that plays as the opening of most episodes. It also serves as the show's ending theme, with the character voices removed. The song was composed by series co-creator Bill Burnett.

The theme song was released on the CDs The Newest Nicktoons in 2001 (albeit using an earlier version) and the 2003 ChalkZone soundtrack In The Zone

ChalkZone Intro Lyrics Edit

Chalk! Chalk! Chalk! Chalk!

Rudy's got the Chalk!

Rudy's got the chalk, chalk, chalk ChalkZone
Rudy's got the chalk, chalk, ChalkZone
Rudy's got the chalk, chalk, chalk ChalkZone
Rudy's got the chalk, chalk, ChalkZone

Rudy's got the Chalk!

Rudy's got the chalk, chalk, chalk ChalkZone
Rudy's got the chalk, chalk, ChalkZone

Rudy's got the Chalk!

Rudy's got the chalk, chalk, chalk ChalkZone
Rudy's got the chalk. . .

Rudy's got the chalk, chalk, chalk ChalkZone
Rudy's got the chalk, chalk, ChalkZone

Rudy's got the chalk, chalk, chalk ChalkZone
Rudy's got the chalk. . .
Rudy's got the chalk. . .

Chalk! Chalk! Chalk! Chalk! Chalk! Chalk!

CHALKZONE!!

TriviaEdit

  • An early version of the theme song was included on the 2001 CD The Newest Nicktoons, despite the show not "officially" airing yet (however, the first episode made its premiere two years prior on December 31, 1999). While the song is almost exactly like it is in the series, there's a synthesizer playing where the electric guitar usually plays. Most fans consider this version a demo.
  • An instrumental, more thematic version of the theme song appeared at the beginning of The Big Blow Up.
  • Various instrumental arrangements of the song have been used as background music cues.
  • Split-screen airings from 2003 onward often accidentally play the ending theme to The Fairly OddParents over the Frederator Studios Inc. and Nickelodeon production logos, due to The Fairly OddParents using the same ones.
  • During the first two seasons, the clips played during the theme song were all from the original Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts, save for Snap, Penny, and Reggie's speaking parts. The shorts used were "ChalkZone" (edited into "Rudy's First Adventure in the show), "The Amazin' River" (edited into "French Fry Falls" in the show), "Rudy's Date", "Chalk Rain" (which didn't air as part of the show), "Rapunzel", and "Snap Out of Water", and "Secret Passages".
  • In seasons three and four, the clips played during the theme song included clips from various episodes of seasons two and three (including an episode of season four that was held off from season three). The episodes used were "Hole In The Wall", "The Terrible 2 1/2s", "Superhero Snap", "Portable Portal", "Snap On Tour", "Waste Mountain", "The Heist", "Battle of the Hands", "Chocolate Brunch", "The Smooch", "Pumpkin Love", "Chip Of Fools", "Chalk Queen", "Taffy", "Follow the Bouncing Bag", "Asleep at the Chalk", "Water Water Everywhere", "The Doofi", and "No Place Like Home".
  • This is one of the only openings to a Nicktoon that uses clips from other episodes, the only others being The Ren and Stimpy Show, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, All Grown Up!, and The Mighty B!.

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