How well do you know the Any Day Now theme song?

By: Start TV Staff     Posted: June 4, 2021, 9:00AM
Highly regarded for being ahead of its time, Any Day Now was a hidden gem of the late '90s. Having grown up at the height of the segregationist movement in Alabama, the series tells the story about Mary Elizabeth and Rene Jackson reconnecting after years apart. The two best friends continue to grow their friendship throughout the show while reflecting on all that has changed and unfortunately remained the same since their childhood. 

The series had its own theme song composed for the series, 'Any Day Now,' which was performed by Lori Perry. But how well do you remember the opening theme to amazing drama series? Take the quiz below and see if you can fill in the missing lyrics to the Any Day Now series!
  1. "I will hear you say 'goodbye, _____'"
  2. "I know I shouldn't want to _____"
  3. "when your restless eyes _____ someone new"
  4. "then my wild beautiful ____, you will have flown"
  5. "any day now when the clock strikes '____'"
  6. "then the ____ shadows will fall all over town"
  7. "I know I shouldn't want to ____ you"
  8. "I'll be holding on for ____"
  9. "Oh, to my ____ surprise"
  10. "____ that you stay"
How well do you know the Any Day Now theme song?

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Sandi 15 days ago
I wish Lori Perry would’ve recorded this song. I would love to have a copy of it. Hey Start tv, why don’t you compile a mix of theme songs and music from your shows? Put it here on your site for start tv fans like myself. It would be a nice Holiday gift!😃 Please? TY in advance❤️
BrightFeather2 2 months ago
Boy did I mess this one up ! Only got 6 out of 10.
The one I really love is the solo Sax that plays it at the end and I can't find that recording anywhere . That Sax makes it the most beautiful feeling sound ever !
Anyone know who recorded that Sax Any Day Now ? Where I can get an online recording of it ? They never list who plays that Sax version !
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