By Tom McKay
'90s kids, prepare to feel a wave of nostalgia.
You can probably hum the "Boy Meets World" soundtrack by heart, but this a capella medley from The Warp Zone does a much better job of it. The group covered each of the show's various theme songs sans instrumentals, starting from season one -- when Cory Matthews was just 13 -- and continuing well into the later seasons. They even included some of the musical interludes. It's pretty cool and even more upbeat than the original songs. Watch it here:
This tribute should take you right back to the days of wondering whether Cory and Topanga were going to work out and how Mr. Feeny somehow managed to teach every single class Cory took.
The Warp Zone, a sketch comedy group, has also covered other theme songs like "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," "Powderpuff Girls" and "Pokémon." Check out their YouTube channel for more awesome a capella renditions of the best '90s shows.