Download this song! Lights Expand Collapse

Credits & Info

Jan 23, 2014 | 12:16 AM EST
File Info
2.3 MB
2 min 33 sec
4.83 / 5.00

Related Content

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

*Remix of a third-party piece.
Excercise caution when using it, refer to author comments / contact the author for details.

Rated 4.83 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
1,965 Plays | 56 Downloads
Share Links:
Electronic - Video Game

Author Comments

This is an instrumental version of the main theme song for "The All-New Super Mario Super Extravaganza!", my personal idea for a 21st-century American animated cartoon series based on Nintendo's beloved "Super Mario" video game franchise. I've posted the concept itself on deviantART, and applicable files and further information can be found in the gallery seen on the following page:

This composition is a direct remix of the overworld theme from the first "Super Mario Bros." I created this "recording" using the free scorewriter MuseScore; it uses approximately 32 pieces in total. If the show were an actual program, the full main theme sequence would be used only on the premiere episode and other shorter episodes; all others would use a condensed version of the sequence edited down to approximately 1 minute and 10 seconds.
At the beginning of the introductory sequence, Mario bursts through the show logo and announces: "Ciao, paisanos! It's-a me, Mario! And I'm-a proudly present you..." after which other cast members follow calling out the show's title in unison. When the introductory fanfare plays the characters all run towards and through the camera, ending with Mario himself, as the theme itself begins.


Yo! Here he is, that king of the games;
He tops all the others, so don't give the blame.
When he encounters trouble, he'll resolve it on the double;
Come on, let's go - Hail the Great Mario!! (GO!)

Here he goes again - brave and powerful,
That energetic Super Mario!
Fighting for the truth, he hates villainy;
The Mushroom Kingdom's most revered hero!

He's a valiant fighter for peace and justice,
Striking fear in the heart of the enemy.
He will do whatever is in his power
To save the land!
He's got many riches and lots of talents,
But he will not have them let him down.
He will keep on carrying out his missions
Until the end!

He's a man of superhuman strength,
With lots of fortune and fame,
His steely will, it burns like a fire;
There's honor in his name!

Champion of good! Strong, courageous -
The bold and daring Super Mario!
Koopa Troop's got nothing on him;
He'll battle and brawl against all e-e-vil.

Enemies are everywhere,
Causing the good guys doubt and despair;
But in the end, they'll taste defeat
At the hands of that warrior of right.
When his foes come tempting him,
Mario chooses not to give in;
He'll conquer them, correct all their wrongs,
Fighting with all of his might!

His wit is remarkable, his power's so great;
Fighting to the death against those that he hates.
Mario's willing to take every chance
And prevail in each little circumstance.
Serving his Princess, the love of his life,
Proving his willpower in moments of strife.
Leaving those Koopas down on their luck,
He's gonna make those turtles real sitting ducks!
When the vile King Bowser plots and schemes,
The dependable Mario shatters his dreams.
Mushroom Kingdom's prospects are grim,
But the people know they can always count on him!

The trumpets sound and the fireworks flash,
For he has won again,
But even when his adventures are through,
His passions never end!
Triumphing o'er all of his foes,
Going where ordinary guys won't go,
Mario's an acclaimed hero -
Faithful, respected and true.
And if you use your mind, you can be that way too!!!

(MARIO: And now that our song is done... let the show begin!)
Original music composition written by Koji Kondo; (C) 1985-2014 Nintendo. No copyright infringement intended; solely for purposes of entertainment.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome remix!

SethAllen623 responds:

It's even awesomer now that I've updated it! I just remade the whole piece because I wasn't satisfied with the original. I wanted it to sound more like something that would come out of an actual reboot of the Mario franchise.