The Leisure Suit Larry Theme Song

© 1987 by Al Lowe

Fortunately, Sierra never asked for the copyrights to the music I wrote for my games, so I retained all the rights to it. And now I can grant you some, too.

You are hereby given my permission to download and print a copy of this copyrighted music, as long as you promise to use it only for personal purposes...and to practice your instrument until you can play it properly when asked! 

Click here for a larger version. To print it, first download it to your hard drive and then load it in some graphics program. When you print look for a box that says, "Fit to Page", for best results, print all the way to the edge of the page using 'borderless' printing if your printer supports it!

NOTE: if you click the link above, you will see the sheet music. To download it to your hard disk, right-click the link and choose "Save Target As..." or something similar from the menu.

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Creating the Larry Theme Song

Larry BW Drinking

One day, (May 11, 1987 to be exact) shortly before Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards was due to ship, I realized it didn't have a theme song. (Remember, back in 1987, most games only had music on their title screens, if there!)

Gosh, maybe I'd better slap something together?

I happened to hear a story on National Public Radio's All Things Considered that day about how it was Irving Berlin's 99th birthday that day. When they played his 1929 song, Alexander's Ragtime Band, it sounded so unusual, so, different, so fresh Wheres Dildoccompared to most computer game music, that I decided to write something with the same pep, simplicity, humor, and out-of-sync attitude. I sat down at the piano, and within about 20 minutes, I had finished the Leisure Suit Larry Theme.

I didn't spend a lot of time polishing or perfecting it. What the hell? It was only for a computer game, where most people would never hear more than a few beeps and boops of the melody, and that only through those horrible IBM-compatible tweakers. Why bother?

Little did I know that over the next decade my silly little ditty would be heard by millions of gamers, many of whom have sworn revenge against me for making it so "whistle-able" that they can't get it out of their heads!

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Sound Effects

From Leisure Suit Larry 7: Love for Sail!

Here are a few sounds from Leisure Suit Larry 7 that I enjoy. They are standard WAV files, playable with any Windows sound player.

CyberSniff 2000™
Here's Dildo complete with music
Just the voiceover saying, "Yeah Baby!"
Peggy's Personal Song (G-rated)
Larry's Bean Dip Farts: #1, #2, #3, and the unused #4
Clinton's Drum Fills: #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, and #6
Clangs: #1, and #2
Explosions: #1, and #2
Rooster Crow

Here are some more, maybe not as funny, but perhaps they'll be useful to you.

Balloon deflates
Big collapse

And just because he makes me laugh,

Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, from "Late Night with Conan O'Brien"

For Me to Poop On #1, 86 kb
For Me to Poop On #2, 105 kb

The Music of Larry 4

by Andy Thorley

On the 20th anniversary of the release of LSL1: Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards, Andy Thorley took it upon himself to create an album of music from all the Larry games. You can hear them below, but be sure to go to his web site to read the "story behind the music." It's a hoot! And while you're there, you can download a RAR file with all ten MP3s at once.

Track 01 - The Prologue
"Nontoonyt" from Leisure Suit Larry 3, composed by Mike Dana

Track 02 - Polythene Pam
"Hard Disk Cafe #2" from Leisure Suit Larry 5, composed by Craig Safan

Track 03 - Dizzy Miss Lizzy
"Charlotte Donnay" from Leisure Suit Larry 6, composed by Dan Kehler

Track 04 - Penny Lane
"Patti's Quest" from Leisure Suit Larry 3, composed by Mike Dana

Track 05 - Sweet Georgia Brown
"Dewey, Cheatum and Howe" from Leisure Suit Larry 3, composed by Mike Dana

Track 06 - Lovely Rita
"Cheri Tart" from Leisure Suit Larry 3, composed by Mike Dana

Track 07 - Sexy Sadie
"On the Boardwalk" from Leisure Suit Larry 5, composed by Craig Safan

Track 08 - Ruby Baby
"K-RAP Radio" from Leisure Suit Larry 5, composed by Craig Safan

Track 09 - Maggie Mae
"Hard Disk Cafe #1" from Leisure Suit Larry 5, composed by Craig Safan

Track 10 - Epilogue
"Sierraland" and "Larry's Crab Dance" from Leisure Suit Larry 3, composed by Mike Dana.

VMU Nation and the Leisure Suit Larry 4 anniversary album is in no way endorsed by, encouraged by, or affiliated with A-B, VU, Havas, Cendant, CUC, Sierra, Sega, VNV Nation, the Italian mafia (honest!), Microsoft, the people who put cheese in the crust, the guy who wrote the punchline "if I could walk like that, I wouldn't need aftershave," the knights who say "ni," or that stuff you occasionally find between your toes.

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