The theme song to Law and Order is one step below the theme song to Seinfeld and one step above the theme song to Saturday Night Live (no link, you're welcome). The theme song to Law and Order rips and tears its way into your skull, embedding itself in the most vulnerable parts of your brain and preventing any other sensible or peaceful thoughts from surfacing past its insufferable electric guitar. The theme song to Law and Order is also the theme song to dental work, constipation, and stubbing your toe.
If the theme song to Law and Order were a man, it would chew gum, wear a mustache and dance like Mick Jagger. If the theme song to Law and Order were a woman, it would drink too much pinot and always be on its period. If the theme song to Law and Order were an animal it would be extinct by now, because cavemen would not have tolerated it.
The theme song to Law and Order tastes like cat food, smells like Tucson, and feels like Lee Press-On Nails on pantyhose.
It is not a good song, and husbands should not play it on their guitar because they think it's funny to see their wives slowly go mad with rage against crappy instrumentals.
However, when searching You Tube for a clip of the song for one's blog, one cannot ignore this sort of genius:
The crayon oboe just might make it all worth it.