Show of hands if you spent a lot of college listening to Remy Zero or Paula Cole on your Winamp?

Okay, you can put your hands down. (We can't see them.) But, we can see why you opened up your ears to the aforementioned artists -- they blessed us with two of the best teen TV show theme songs in the history of time.

From "Smallville's" apt "Save Me," to "I Don't Want to Wait" from "Dawson's Creek," we've assembled more memorable themes you shouldn't feel embarrassed adding to your Spotify.

7. "My So-Called Life Theme"From"My So-Called Life" (1994 - 1995)

If high-school angst and nostalgia had theme music, this would be it. No lyrics, just all the feels.

6. 'Where You Lead" From "Gilmore Girls" (2000 - 2007)

The Gilmores arguably have the most "fall as f**k" theme ever made. Which probably explains why we never fast-forward through it during our binge watching sessions.

5. "I Don't Want to Wait" From "Dawson's Creek" (1998 - 2003)

It's a tragesty that Paula Cole's most famous song does not accompany the "Creek" on Netflix because streaming rights. (Don't even get us started on that ear cancer of a song being used in its place.) But, if you're lucky, you can occasionally hear Cole's original piping over the speakers of your local grocery store.

4. "Save Me" From "Smallville" (2001 - 2011)

We don't know what happened to Remy Zero either. But their legacy in the hall of fame of great WB show themes is secure.

3."We Used to Be Friends"From"Veronica Mars" (2004 - 2007)

This excellent show did so many good things, but one of the best was introduce us to the Dandy Warhols.

2. "Here With Me" From "Roswell" (1999 - 2002)

One of the few themes on this list to get actual radio play, "Here With Me" helped put a pre-"Thank You" Dido on the map.

1. "California" From "The O.C." (2003 - 2007)

What -- You were expecting something else? *shakes head