"Fonzie for President!" "Fonzie, Won't You Please Be Mine?" "Do The Fonz!"
Those are just three of the song titles on this crass 1976 release from London records designed to cash in at the expense of consumers in love with Happy Days.
As long as they weren't too particular about the authenticity of their music. He's Our Man, ostensibly by "The Heyettes", is basically a one-joke album extended to 11 songs filled with every imaginable reference to the television show.
Of course, none of it is performed by, authorized by, or even remotely connected with anyone from the actual show.
Whether they thought people would be fooled, or just didn't care, isn't particularly clear, but I figure anything was possible in 1976.
"The Fonz Song" appears to have been the biggest hit here. If after listening to this you really want to hear "Do The Fonz" or "Arnold's Theme", then all I can tell you is, "Sit On It".
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