Ok, I don't know if anyone was anticipating "Candace Against the Universe" at all, not even me, but Disney was marathoning Phineas and Ferb all week and I watched a good bit of it and was like 'Oh shit I know some songs from long ago'.
Before it was a crude term for ....let me see here...according to Urban Dictionary, "is a slang insult for men who are seen as too attentive and submissive to women, especially out of a failed hope of winning some entitled sexual attention or activity from them"....hum.
Well, before that, SIMP was an acronym for Squirrels In My Pants;
So this isn't the full version, which includes the genius lyrics "If your pockets are empty, get a cash advance," and "if you're losing your hair get yourself implants." But it is the one with the clearest quality.
"I have no idea what you're talking about, I've got as much rhythm as that chair."
A song ripe for a re-recording by C*milla C*bello, "Ain't Got Rhythm" is about a rockstar turned librarian who insists he doesn't have the rhythm he used too, all while doing things in what I'm guessing is perfect 5/8th time.
I played music a long time ago but I'm pretty sure 5/8ths is a thing.
"Goes B-U-S-T-E-D, you are BUSTED!"
I think Busted is probably the first song I learned from this show.
A long running joke in the series is Candaces' inability to get her mother to see her brothers constantly making insane and wild creations. It gets to the point where her mother thinks she's insane. The other girl is the mad scientist's daughter, who is trying to convince her mother about her father's ineptly evil activities.
However, there is one episode where Candace does successfully rat them out to her, which gets them sent to...the typical sitcom military camp!
"Don't say imagination is morally wrong."
Damn, I mean, they just built a rocket out of a hatchback, they didn't kill anyone! Apltly titled Chains On Me, This is still a ridiculously catchy song.
Finally, my favorite song (That isn't "There's a Platypus Controlling Me") is....
"So overclocked I don't know my name, there's something wrong in my core mainframe!"
Ok, I don't remember the context for this, song, but I love weird robot characters with no sense of moral cues. And the song is catchy. And my IT self was listening closely and going "Oh that's actually pretty accurate," even down to the title - Interface.
Well, mostly, a robot probably wouldn't have a mainframe unless it was absolutely huge.
There are really so many more songs I could put on here. It always surprised me the amount of music genres they included. Chaka Khan was even in one!
srcs: in post.
Aaaaand your favorite animated songs are? ⬇⬇⬇⬇ Extra credit if you don't take the lazy way out by giving Disney movie songs.