"Pomp and Circumstance: March No. 1" was first heard in the Season Thirteen episode "The F Word". It can be heard a second time in the Season Fifteen episode, "Royal Pudding". It is famous for being played at almost all high school graduations, plus being the entrance theme for professional wrestler 'Macho Man' Randy Savage.


In "The F Word", this song is heard when the entire town of South Park is celebrating the official changing of the definition of the word "fag".

In "Royal Pudding", sing song is heard when the Prince and Princess of Canada get married. It stops when the ceremony is interrupted, and resumes at the end of the episode when the ceremony continues.

Songs from Season Thirteen
Bullet with Butterfly Wings | Fuck the Pain Away | Gay Fish | I've Got a Ring on My Finger | Japanese Prison Blues | Just a Little Girl | Love You Bay-Bay | Minorities at my Water Park | Poker Face ft. Cartman | Pomp and Circumstance: March No. 1 | Queef Free | Somalian Pirates We | We're Going to the Water Park | Wrestling Audition Song

See Also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from Season Thirteen | Season Thirteen

Songs from Season Fifteen
America is Back! | Boom Boom Pow | Every Breath You Take | I'm Not the Poorest Kid in School | Landslide | Lemmiwinks vs. Wikileaks | Man Time | Out of My Shell | Party Rock Anthem | Pomp and Circumstance: March No. 1 | Put That Heart to Work | Rattlesnake | The Woman in White | Turn on Your Heartlight | Tween Wave | Whoomp! (There It Is) | Wicked | Work Mexican Work

See Also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from Season Fifteen | Season Fifteen

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