|From the episode:||All episodes except A Cleveland Brown Christmas, Murray Christmas and Die Semi-Hard|
This is the theme song of the show.
- My name is Cleveland Brown and I am proud to be
- right back in my hometown with my new family.
- There's old friends and new friends and even a bear.
- Through good times and bad times it's true love we share.
- And so I found a place
- Where everyone will know
- My happy mustache face
- This is The Cleveland Show! Haha!
The opening begins with a pan-in on Earth. It cuts to Cleveland singing the first line in front of his house. Turn-wipes cut to "Right back in my hometown" (in front of a sign saying "Welcome to Stoolbend Virginia") and "With my new family" (The Browns picnicking by a river.) Cleveland then stands on a platform showing pictures of his "old friends" (Wally and Terry) and his "new friends" (Holt and Lester), and Tim jumps onto the platform causing Cleveland to fall into a pink pool. The rest of the theme song is heavily influenced by 60's and 70s psychedelic and disco, featuring images such as silhouettes of Cleveland and Donna kissing inside a heart and Cleveland on top of a disco ball with the family dancing beneath.
- In an earlier version of the theme song, instead of "my happy mustache face," the line was "my happy black guy face." It was changed to make the song more racially sensitive.
- On November 24, 2009, the theme song was made available to purchase on iTunes.
- This theme song has been in all episodes of the show, except for:
- "A Cleveland Brown Christmas" - The theme is replaced by a special opening credits sequence with Cleveland singing "Here Comes Santa Claus" in the background.
- "Murray Christmas" - The theme is replaced by a special opening credits sequence with Rallo singing "Please Come Home for Christmas" in the background.
- "Die Semi-Hard" - The theme is replaced with a cold opening followed by a theatrical style opening with the episode's name with details following.
- Peter Griffin has the theme song as his ringtone in the Family Guy episode "Cool Hand Peter" when he acknowledges that The Cleveland Show needs a ratings boost.