Game of Thrones Theme Song Gets Royal Treatment

There have been many versions of the Game of Thrones theme song. And, quite frankly, the internet has been flooded with “Game of Thrones as this and Game of Thrones as that” titles since the season 4 premiere in April of this year. However, this version is different from the rest, because this comes from an actual, real life queen.

a week or so ago, Queen Elizabeth II took a tour of the Game of Thrones set and famously declined to sit on the Iron Throne. That’s okay, because I wouldn’t either. Have you seen what happens to people who sit on the the Iron Throne? Smart move by Queen Elizabeth, if you ask me.

Let’s see, so far in the show, King Robert was killed by a boar and his harpy of a wife, Ned Stark sat on the Iron Throne, and we all know what happened to him, and finally we have Joffrey, may he rot in hell. So yeah, I don’t blame Queen Elizabeth at all for not sitting on the Iron Throne.

Well, now it would seem that Queen Elizabeth has made up for her royal snubbing of the Iron Throne, as her Queen’s Guard played a version of the Game of Thrones theme song, during the changing of the guard.


Your move King Tommen, Queen Elizabeth’s Queen’s Guard just busted a move  on your own theme song. So far, Queen Elizabeth’s guys have far outpaced Tommen’s Kingsguard. I mean they’re pretty cool, and they can play a decent tune, while Tommen’s guys are too busy knocking boots with their sisters.

As Game of Thrones theme song parodies go, I am kind of partial to South Park’s take on it.


Although, this parody for season 4 of Game of Thrones theme opening, probably is my favorite of all time.


What do YOU think? Which parody of the Game of Thrones theme song is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below.

Oh hey, if you like Game of Thrones, check out our article of Sean Bean spilling the beans on one of the most debated Game of Thrones theories, EVER!



Tags: A Song Of Ice And Fire Game Of Thrones George R. R. Martin Queen Elizabeth II

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