What is this from?

This song has been in the back of my head for years now and I cannot figure out where it's from


2 Answers

  • steve
    Lv 7
    5 years ago
    Best Answer

    'Ginger Snap' by Christian Mondstein/Jo Part

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYelvoSE7j8 -- starts at 1:35

    It was used in a Smilin' Bob commercial for Enzyte.

    'Christian Mondstein' was one of many aliases of composer Heinz Kiessling.

    'Jo Part' was an alias of composer Werner Tautz.

    A variety of his music is used in the FX series "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"


    It appears that some songs used alternate titles in other markets.

    'Haute Couture' <--> 'Temptation Sensation'

    'Free Admission' <--> 'Glitterati Party'

    'A La Bonheur' <--> 'Hotsy Totsy'

    'Epsom Derby' <--> 'Derby Day'

    Who knows the reasoning for the composer aliases and alternate song titles.



    • steven5 years agoReport

      OMG THANK YOU!!! I've had this melody in my head for years, my dad told me it was in a commercial about bob having a penis enlargement. I was remembering Joe instead of Bob.

  • ?
    Lv 6
    5 years ago
    • steven5 years agoReport

      I don't think that was it. It was a commercial whistling the same melody I provided. Thank you anyway.

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