Unknown Stuntman
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Unknown Stuntman

"Unknown Stuntman" is a single sung by Lee Majors, released in 1984, written by Glen A. Larson, Gail Jensen, and Dave Somerville, and with a 2-minute and 38 second running time. A shorter version (1:47 and with slightly different instrumentation) was used as the theme song for the television series The Fall Guy, in which Majors starred as the title character, a stunt double who worked as a bounty hunter when not filming stunts.

Larson, the creator of The Fall Guy, had a musical background as a member of and songwriter for the 1960s folk group The Four Preps; Somerville was also a member of the same group (albeit not at the same time).

The lyrics make several references to major film stars of the day, such as Farrah Fawcett (Majors' estranged wife), Bo Derek, Sally Field, Jaclyn Smith, Cheryl Ladd, Cheryl Tiegs, Raquel Welch, Robert Redford, Clint Eastwood, and Burt Reynolds.

The song is the closing Theme to The Craig Ferguson Radio Show.

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