I keep getting the Charles in Charge theme song in my head. Haven't watched that show since it was on TV, so not sure why my mind KEEPS ON thinking of it. It's a testament to the writers of it, I guess.
My wife will randomly sing the refrain "more, more, more how do you like it" from the 1976 song of the same name ("More, More, More") by the Andrea True Connection which was used liberally in the series Sex in the City.
Hard to shake that melody once its in your head ...
I caught a rerun of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers on recently and watched a bit while I was eating. Ever since then, I've had the song about the Romans and the Sabine women stuck! The one where the head brother is trying to use the example of history to tell his six younger brothers how to get their girls (go crashing into town, kidnap them, and carry them off, just like Plutarch wrote about). Cute song, but it's starting to wear thin.
My get-rid-of-it song is the Washington Post March, but I'm not down to using it yet.