Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics

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This is a list of winners and nominees of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics.

The award has gone by several names:

  • Outstanding Achievement in Music, Lyrics and Special Material (1970-1973)
  • Best Song or Theme (1974)
  • Outstanding Achievement in Special Musical Material (1975-1978)
  • Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics (1981-1991)
  • Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music and Lyrics (1992-1995)
  • Outstanding Music and Lyrics (1996-2005)
  • Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics (2006-2013)

Winners and nominees[edit]

Note: Winners are highlighted in light blue.

1970s[edit]

Year Program Song Composer/Lyricist Network
1970[1][2] Love, American Style  
ABC
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
episode with Carol Channing
  Billy Barnes (composer) NBC
Spoon River  
CBS
1971[3][4] The First Nine Months Are the Hardest   Ray Charles (composer) NBC
The Dean Martin Show   Lee Hale (composer) NBC
The Name of the Game  
NBC
Pure Goldie   Billy Barnes (composer) NBC
1972[5][6] The Funny Side   Ray Charles NBC
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
episode with Liza Minnelli
  Billy Barnes (composer) CBS
The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour   Earl Brown (CBS) (composer)
1973[7][8] Singer Presents Liza with a Z  
NBC
The Marcus-Nelson Murders
(The CBS Thursday Night Movie)
 
CBS
The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour   Earl Brown (composer) CBS
1974[9][10] Ironside "Light My Way"
NBC
The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman "The Love That Lights Our Way" Fred Karlin (composer) CBS
Kojak   Billy Goldenberg (composer) CBS
1975[11][12] Queen of the Stardust Ballroom  
CBS
Cher
episode with Bette Midler, Flip Wilson and Elton John
 
  • Billy Barnes (composer)
  • Earl Brown (composer)
CBS
Chico and the Man theme
NBC
Police Woman theme Morton Stevens (composer) NBC
Shirley MacLaine: If They Could See Me Now  
CBS
1976[13][14] The Carol Burnett Show
November 29, 1975 episode
"Cinderella Gets It On"
  • Artie Malvin composer
  • Ken Welch composer
  • Mitzie Welch composer
CBS
Gypsy in My Soul   CBS
1977[15][16] America Salutes Richard Rodgers: The Sound of His Music   Larry Grossman (composer) CBS
An Evening with Diana Ross
(The Big Event)
 
NBC
How the West Was Won theme Jerrold Immel (composer) ABC
Minstrel Man "Early in the Morning"
CBS
Police Woman
episode "Killer Cowboys"
"Leave Me Tomorrow"
NBC
1978[17][18] The Carol Burnett Show
January 8, 1978 episode
"Hi-Hat"
  • Stan Freeman (music and lyrics)
  • Arthur Malvin (music and lyrics)
CBS
The Sentry Collection Presents Ben Vereen: His Roots "See You Tomorrow in Class"
  • Ken Welch (composer and lyricist)
  • Mitzie Welch (composer and lyricist)
ABC
Donny & Marie
September 30, 1977 episode
"Leading Lady" Earl Brown (composer) ABC
Poldark (Masterpiece Theatre) theme Kenyon Emrys-Roberts (composer PBS
Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women "Until the Music Ends"
NBC
1979[19] no award

1980s[edit]

Year Program Song Composer/Lyricist Network
1980[20] no award
1981[21][22] Linda in Wonderland "This Is My Night"
  • Ken Welch (composer and lyricist)
  • Mitzie Welch (composer and lyricist)
CBS
All Commercials... A Steve Martin Special "Truman Capote Jeans" Earl Brown (composer and lyricist) NBC
Christmas in the Holy Land "The City of Tradition" Ray Charles (composer and lyricist) ABC
Homeward Bound "Home"
CBS
The Way They Were "In the Beginning"
Syndicated
1982[23][24] Shirley MacLaine... Illusions "On the Outside Looking In"
CBS
Advice to the Lovelorn "If This is Love"
NBC
The Gift of Life "Just a Little More Love"
CBS
The Greatest American Hero
episode "Dreams"
"Dreams" Stephen Geyer (composer and lyricist) ABC
Night of 100 Stars "What's Your Line?" Buz Kohan (composer and lyricist) ABC
Walt Disney
episode "Walt Disney: One Man's Dream"
"Marceline"
  • Ken Welch (composer and lyricist)
  • Mitzie Welch (composer and lyricist)
CBS
1983[25][26] Two of a Kind (GE Theater) "We'll Win This World"
CBS
The 55th Annual Academy Awards "And It All Comes Down to This"
ABC
Bare Essence "In Finding You, I Found Love"
CBS
Cheers
pilot episode
"Where Everybody Knows Your Name"
  • Judy Hart-Angelo (composer and lyricist)
  • Gary Portnoy (composer and lyricist)
NBC
Happy Endings theme song
  • William Goldstein (composer)
  • Molly-Ann Leikin (lyricist)
CBS
Quincy, M.E.
episode "Quincy's Wedding", part II
"Quincy's Wedding Song"
NBC
Suzanne Somers... and 10,000 G.I.'s "We're Not So Dumb"
  • Earl Brown (composer and lyricist)
  • Artie Butler (composer and lyricist)
CBS
1984[27][28] Here's Television Entertainment "Gone Too Soon"
NBC
Burnett "Discovers" Domingo "No Time Now"
  • Ken Welch (composer and lyricist)
  • Mitzie Welch (composer and lyricist)
CBS
Fame
episode "Catch a Falling Star"
"Whatever Happened to the Heroes?"
  • Earl Brown (composer and lyricist)
  • Jean-Pierre Philippe (lyricist)
Syndicated
Fame
episode "Break Dance"
"I Still Believe In Me"
  • Gary Portnoy (composer and lyricist)
  • Susan Sheridan (composer and lyricist)
Syndicated
Two Marriages "Home Here"
ABC
1985[29][30] Love Lives On  
NBC
Disneyland's 30th Anniversary Celebration  
  • Ken Welch (composer and lyricist)
  • Mitzie Welch (composer and lyricist)
NBC
Moonlighting
pilot episode
"Moonlighting"
ABC
Motown Returns to the Apollo  
  • Earl Brown (composer and lyricist)
  • Debbie Allen (lyricist)
NBC
1986[31][32] Andy Williams and the NBC Kids Search for Santa "My Christmas Wish"
NBC
The 12th Annual People's Choice Awards "The People's Choice" Earl Brown (composer/lyricist) CBS
All-Star Party for "Dutch" Reagan "America is Changing Back to What She Used to Be"
  • Earl Brown (composer and lyricist)
  • Toby Martin (lyricist)
CBS
America Votes the #1 Song "Take It to the People" Ray Charles composer and lyricist) ABC
Growing Pains "As Long As We Got Each Other"
ABC
The Third Annual NBC All-Star Hour "One Big Happy Family"
  • Ken Welch (composer and lyricist)
  • Mitzie Welch (composer and lyricist)
NBC
1987[33][34] Liberty Weekend opening ceremonies "Welcome to Liberty"
ABC
The 59th Annual Academy Awards "Sing Me the Song, the Song from the Movie"
  • Ken Welch (composer and lyricist)
  • Mitzie Welch (composer and lyricist)
ABC
Jack and Mike
episode "Fire and Ice"
"This Love's for Real" Nan Schwartz (composer and lyricist) ABC
Liberty Weekend closing ceremonies "Liberty! Remember, Rejoice, Renew" Earl Brown (composer and lyricist) ABC
1988[35][36] Julie Andrews: The Sound of Christmas "The Sound of Christmas"
ABC
Growing Pains
episode "Aloha"
"Swept Away"
ABC
Happy Birthday, Bob: 50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC "Comedy Ain't No Joke"
NBC
NBC Investigates Bob Hope "A Man Is Innocent/Until Proven Guilty"
  • Bob Alberti (composer)
  • Martha Bolton (lyricist)
  • Gene Perret (lyricist)
NBC
1989[37][38] Beauty and the Beast "The First Time I Loved Forever"
CBS
Dadah Is Death
part 1
"In The Light of Our Love"
CBS
Roseanne "I'll Never Change My Mind"
  • Dan Foliart (composer/lyricist)
  • Howard Pearl (composer)
ABC
Sesame Street: 20 and Still Counting "Look Through the Window" Joe Raposo (composer/lyricist) NBC
Shining Time Station
episode "A Place Unlike Any Other"
"Start Where You Are"
PBS

1990s[edit]

Year Program Song Composer/Lyricist Network
1990[39][40] From the Heart... The First International Very Special Arts Festival  
NBC
Perry Mason: The Case of the Silenced Singer   Dick DeBenedictis (composer and lyricist) NBC
Sammy Davis, Jr. 60th Anniversary Celebration "You Were There"
ABC
Twin Peaks
episode 5
"Into the Night"
ABC
1991[41][42] Cop Rock
pilot episode
  Randy Newman (composer and lyricist) ABC
Cop Rock
episode "Oil of Ol'Lay"
 
  • Ron Boustead (composer and lyricist)
  • Greg Edmonson (composer and lyricist)
ABC
Life Goes On
episode "Corky's Travels"
 
ABC
The Lost Capone  
TNT
Matlock
episode "The Critic"
  Dick DeBenedictis (composer and lyricist) NBC
1992[43][44] Cast a Deadly Spell "Why Do I Lie?"
HBO
The Carol Burnett Show
show #404
"Rock Out of That Rockin' Chair"
  • Ken Welch (music and lyrics)
  • Mitzie Welch (music and lyrics)
CBS
A Salute to America's Pets "Love Without Strings"
ABC
The Walt Disney Company Presents the American Teacher Awards "We Have Come to Learn"
Disney Channel
1993[45][46] Liza Minnelli Live from Radio City Music Hall "Sorry I Asked"
NPT
Blind Spot: "Good Things Grow"
CBS
Bob Hope: The First 90 Years "Where There's Life, There's Hope"
NBC
The Heights "How Do You Talk to an Angel"
Fox
I'll Fly Away "State Until You Come Home" Stephen James Taylor NBC
1994[47][48] Trisha Yearwood: The Song Remembers When "The Song Remembers When" Hugh Prestwood (composer/lyricist) Disney Channel
The 47th Annual Tony Awards "Celebrate Broadway"
CBS
Carol Burnett: The Special Years "One Lucky Lady"
  • Ken Welch (composer/lyricist)
  • Mitzie Welch (composer/lyricist)
CBS
The Corpse Had a Familiar Face "Something Is Out There"
CBS
Murder, She Wrote
episode "A Death In Hong Kong"
"The Game's Not the Same"
  • Bruce Babcock (composer)
  • Tom Sawyer (lyricist)
CBS
The Simpsons
episode "Homer and Apu"
"Who Needs the Kwik-E-Mart?"
Fox
1995[49][50] Barbra: The Concert "Ordinary Miracles"
HBO
Cagney & Lacey: Together Again "All the Days aka Rooftop Source" Nan Schwartz Mishkin (composer/lyricist) CBS
Robbie Robertson: Going Home "Pray" Robbie Robertson (composer/lyricist) Disney Channel
A Season of Hope "For a Love Like You"
CBS
The Simpsons
episode "Homer the Great"
"We Do (The Stonecutters Song)"
Fox
1996[51][52] Bye Bye Birdie "Let's Settle Down"
ABC
Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree "The Perfect Tree"
  • Michael Silversher (music and lyrics)
  • Patty Silversher (music and lyrics)
CBS
People: A Musical Celebration "Children of the World"
  • Nona Hendryx (music and lyrics)
  • Jason Miles (music and lyrics)
Disney Channel
The Simpsons
episode "Who Shot Mr. Burns?" part two
"Señor Burns"
Fox
The Walt Disney Company and McDonald's Present the American Teacher Awards "Come on In"
Disney Channel
1997[53][54] The Simpsons
episode "Bart After Dark"
"We Put the Spring in Springfield"
Fox
Boo to You Too! Winnie the Pooh "I Wanna Scare Myself"
  • Michael Silversher (music and lyrics)
  • Patty Silversher (music and lyrics)
CBS
Centennial Olympic Games: Opening Ceremonies "The Power of the Dream"
NBC
Centennial Olympic Games: Opening Ceremonies "Faster, Higher, Stronger"
NBC
Mrs. Santa Claus "Mrs. Santa Claus" Jerry Herman (composer/lyricist) CBS
1998[55][56] The Simpsons
episode "The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson"
"You're Checkin' In (A Musical Tribute to the Betty Ford Center)"
Fox
The Closer "You Don't Know Jack"
  • Ed Alton (composer)
  • Ron Burch (lyricist)
  • David Kidd (lyricist)
CBS
Mr. Show with Bob and David "How High the Mountain"
HBO
Xena: Warrior Princess "Hearts Are Hurting"
Syndicated
Xena: Warrior Princess "The Love of Your Love" Joseph LoDuca (composer/lyricist) Syndicated
1999[57][58] AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: America's Greatest Movies "A Ticket to Dream"
CBS
Home Improvement
episode "The Long and Winding Road"
"We've Got It All" Dan Foliart ABC
Penn & Teller's Sin City Spectacular
episode 118
"Freedom Dot Com"
FX
Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine for You "Places in the Heart"
  • Michael Silversher (composer)
  • Patty Silversher (lyricist)
ABC
You Lucky Dog "Togetherness"
  • David Michael Frank composer)
  • Todd Smallwood (lyricist)
Disney Channel

2000s[edit]

Year Program Song Composer/Lyricist Network
2000[59][60][61] Nickellennium "Up to You" John Kimbrough (composer/lyricist) Nickelodeon
The 14th Annual American Comedy Awards "My Bill Gates"
ABC
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Stars: America's Greatest Screen Legends "Without You"
CBS
Family Guy
episode "Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater"
"We Only Live to Kiss Your Ass"
Fox
Freedom Song "Song of Freedom" Carole King (composer/lyricist) TNT
2001[62][63] Yesterday's Children "A Dream That Only I Can Know" Patrick Williams (composer/lyricist) CBS
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand "On the Way to Becoming Me"
Fox
Dancing in September "Welcome Back (All My Soulmates)"
  • Sy Smith (lyricist)
  • Mark Sparks (composer)
HBO
Gary & Mike "Mole Folks Song"
UPN
Robert Klein: Child in His 50's "Colonoscopy"
  • Robert Klein (composer/lyricist)
  • Bob Stein (composer/lyricist)
HBO
2002[64][65] Family Guy
episode "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows"
"You've Got a Lot to See"
Fox
The Carol Burnett Show: Show Stoppers "A Mackie Rag"
  • Mitzie Welch (musical numbers by)
  • Ken Welch (musical numbers by)
CBS
The Fairly OddParents
episode "Christmas Every Day"
"I Wish Every Day Could Be Christmas"
Nickelodeon
Judging Amy
episode "Beating the Bounds"
"The Best Kind of Answer" Peter Himmelman (music by) CBS
The Simpsons
episode "The Old Man and the Key"
"Ode to Branson"
Fox
2003[66][67] The Concert for World Children's Day "Aren't They All Our Children"
ABC
The Fairly OddParents
episode "Love Struck!"
"It's Great to Be a Guy"
Nickelodeon
The Fairly OddParents
episode "Love Struck"
"What Girls Love"
Nickelodeon
It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie "Everyone Matters"
NBC
The Simpsons
episode "Dude, Where's My Ranch?"
"Everybody Hates Ned Flanders"
Fox
2004[68][69][70] Until the Violence Stops "Because You Are Beautiful"
Lifetime
The Fairly OddParents
episode "Abra-Catastrophe!"
"Wish Come True!"
Nickelodeon
Futurama
episode "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings"
"I Want My Hands Back" Ken Keeler (music and lyrics) Fox
Sesame Street Presents: The Street We Live On "The Street I Live On"
PBS
The Simpsons
episode "The President Wore Pearls"
"Vote for a Winner"
Fox
2005[71][72] Reefer Madness "Mary Jane/Mary Lane"
Showtime
Malcolm in the Middle
episode "Dewey's Opera"
"The Marriage Bed"
Fox
The Muppets' Wizard of Oz "I'm with You"
  • Adam Cohen (written by)
  • Debra Frank (written by)
  • Michael Giacchino (written by)
  • Steve Hayes (written by)
  • Jeannie Lurie (written by)
ABC
The Simpsons
episode "A Star Is Torn"
"Always My Dad"
Fox
Terror at Home: Domestic Violence in America "The Tears of the Angels" Michael Bolton (written and performed by) Lifetime Television
2006[73][74] MADtv
episode 1111
"A Wonderfully Normal Day"
Fox
Gideon's Daughter "Natasha's Song"
BBC America
High School Musical "Breaking Free" Jamie Houston (written and produced by) Disney Channel
High School Musical "Get'cha Head in the Game"
  • Greg Cham (written by)
  • Ray Cham (written by)
  • Drew Seeley (written by)
Disney Channel
Once Upon a Mattress "That Baby of Mine"
  • Ken Welch (written by)
  • Mitzie Welch (written by)
ABC
2007[75][76] Saturday Night Live
host: Justin Timberlake
"Dick in a Box"
NBC
Family Guy
episode "Peter's Two Dads"
"My Drunken Irish Dad"
Fox
MADtv
episode 1209
"Merry Ex-Mas"
Fox
Scrubs
episode "My Musical"
"Everything Comes Down to Poo"
NBC
Scrubs
episode "My Musical"
"Guy Love"
NBC
2008[77][78] Jimmy Kimmel Live! "I'm Fucking Matt Damon"
ABC
Flight of the Conchords "Inner City Pressure"
HBO
Flight of the Conchords "The Most Beautiful Girl (In the Room)"
HBO
MADtv "Sad Fitty Cent"
Fox
Phineas and Ferb
episode "Dude, We're Gettin' the Band Back Together!"
"I Ain't Got Rhythm"
Disney Channel
2009[79][80] 81st Academy Awards "Hugh Jackman Opening Number"
ABC
The 2008 ESPYS Awards "I Love Sports"
ESPN
A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All! "Much Worse Things"
Comedy Central
Flight of the Conchords
episode "Unnatural Love"
"Carol Brown"
HBO
A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa "I Wish I Could Be Santa Claus" Paul Williams (original songs by) NBC
Saturday Night Live
host: Justin Timberlake
"Motherlover"
NBC

2010s[edit]

Year Program Song Composer/Lyricist Network
2010[81][82] Monk
episode "Mr. Monk and the End (Part 2)"
"When I'm Gone" Randy Newman (composer) USA
Rescue Me
episode "Disease"
"How Lovely to Be a Vegetable"
FX
Family Guy
episode "Extra Large Medium"
"Down's Syndrome Girl"
Fox
How I Met Your Mother
episode "Girls Versus Suits"
"Nothing Suits Me Like a Suit"
CBS
Saturday Night Live
host: Blake Lively
"Shy Ronnie"
NBC
Treme "This City" Steve Earle (composer/lyricist) HBO
2011[83][84] Saturday Night Live
host: Justin Timberlake
"Justin Timberlake Monologue"
NBC
Family Guy
episode "Road to the North Pole"
"Christmastime Is Killing Us"
Fox
Saturday Night Live
host: Jeff Bridges
"I Just Had Sex"
NBC
Robert Klein: Unfair & Unbalanced "An American Prayer - Hymn II?"
  • Robert Klein (music and lyrics by)
  • Bob Stein (music and lyrics by)
HBO
Saturday Night Live
host: Tina Fey
"Jack Sparrow"
NBC
Saturday Night Live
host: Justin Timberlake
"3-Way (The Golden Rule)"
NBC
2012[85][86] 65th Tony Awards "It's Not Just For Gays Anymore"
CBS
The Heart of Christmas "The Heart of Christmas" Matthew West (music and lyrics by) GMC
Raising Hope
episode "Prodigy"
"Welcome Back to Hope" Matthew W. Thompson (music and lyrics by) Fox
Saturday Night Live
host: Jason Segel
"I Can't Believe I'm Hosting"
NBC
Smash
pilot episode
"Let Me Be Your Star"
NBC
2013[87][88] 66th Tony Awards "If I Had Time"
CBS
30 Rock
episodes "Hogcock!" and "Last Lunch"
"Rural Juror"
NBC
Nashville
episode "I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive"
"Nothing in This World Will Ever Break My Heart Again"
  • Sarah Jane Buxton (music and lyrics by)
  • Kate York (music and lyrics by)
ABC
The Neighbors
episode "Sing Like a Larry Bird"
"More or Less the Kind of Thing You May or May Not Possibly See on Broadway"
ABC
Smash
episode "The Parents"
"Hang the Moon"
NBC
Smash
episode "The Bells and Whistles"
"I Heard Your Voice in a Dream" Andrew McMahon (music and lyrics by) NBC
2014 67th Tony Awards "Bigger!"
CBS
A Christmas Carol - The Concert "No Trouble"
  • Bob Christenson (music by)
  • Alisa Hauser (lyrics by)
PBS
Key and Peele
episode "Substitute Teacher #3"
"Les Mis"
Comedy Central
Saturday Night Live
host: Jimmy Fallon
"Home For The Holiday (Twin Bed)"
NBC
Sofia the First: The Floating Palace "Merroway Cove"
  • John William Kavanaugh (music by)
  • Craig Gerber (lyrics by)
Disney Channel
Sons of Anarchy
episode "A Mother's Work"
"Day Is Gone"
FX

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