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The 'Adventure Time' songs that make you cry

From a catchy jingle about a specific breakfast food to a touching ode to friendship, there is something special about the songs on "Adventure Time." On top of reinforcing the show's charm, these songs have often helped add heft to the narrative by exploring characters' feelings and unpacking tidbits of lore.

But that wasn't part of series creator Pendleton Ward's original plan.

"The show isn't a musical, but it has these musical sequences and moments," showrunner Adam Muto told The Times in July. But "I think initially Pen wasn't sure how

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