The theme song from CSI: NY

Also, “CSI: New York theme song”

The last among the CSI theme song posts. The theme from CSI: NY is entitled “Baba O’Riley” by the English band The Who. “Teenage Wasteland” is probably the most popular misnomer for this song—as it is the most evident line in the chorus. It also came from the album Who’s Next just like CSI: Miami’s Won’t Get Fooled Again The song is very popular and has been covered by the likes of Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Mr. Big and The Flaming Lips.

August 28, 2009

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14 thoughts on “The theme song from CSI: NY”

  1. what are the lyrics 2 the csi new york theme tune which plays at the start of the show.

  2. Doesn’t anyone else realize they CUT the song starting the new season last fall? Why on earth did they cut out three whole lines of the song? I’m thinking some religious nuts or something, didn’t like the “fight”, or “forgiven”????

  3. i also noticed that they shortened csi:ny theme song.i wanna know why!i use to love to hear that song when it comes on.i still got the words programed in my who ever is responsible for deleteing them,us loyal fans want you to undelete them.

  4. I’d like to know what mix version it is, because it is not the original. Was it a re-recording or just a remix or what? Anyone have any info on this?

  5. Words to the part of the theme song that’s played- if you do a search for the words, it will come up with the rest.

    Out here in the fields
    I fight for my meals
    I get my back into my living
    I don’t need to fight
    To prove I’m right
    I don’t need to be forgiven

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