Music makes us better,
Brings us together,
And it helps me get back that spirit they stole!
Music makes us better,
Brings us together,
And I owe my life to Rock and Roll!
Brings us together,
And it helps me get back that spirit they stole!
Music makes us better,
Brings us together,
And I owe my life to Rock and Roll!
— Love Händel, "Music Makes us Better"
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- The Emmy-nominated theme song. Especially the extended version. This IS Bowling for Soup we're talking about. They have a habit of writing awesomly catchy tunes.
- Perry's theme song! And heck, Carl's got one too! The guitar solo at the end of Carl's is the icing on the cake.
- All of Doofenshmirtz's showstoppers. They sound like they were co-written by Tom Lehrer!
- Every variation of the Doofenshmirtz jingle including this one. And Vanessa "looking for books at my dad's place"!
- Quirky Worky Song, the scatty song that plays whenever Phineas and Ferb are building one of their inventions.
- The one that started it all, "Gitchee Gitchee Goo" and its extended version. This was the song that convinced the higher ups at Disney to request the show have an original song Once an Episode!
- "Dude, We're Getting The Band Back Together." The whole episode. "Danny's Story", "You're Fabulous!", "I Ain't Got Rhythm", and of course: The Concert too.
- "Ain't Got Rhythm" was actually nominated for the 2008 "Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics" Emmy, which makes it even more impressive. You wouldn't believe a library has so much rhythm until you watch that. Honestly, when Vincent Martella starts harmonizing and the kickass horn section drops in, it becomes the best dancing, most toe-tapping thing ever. Not only that, but the beat sounds suspiciously similar to "We Will Rock You", making it a huge Shout-Out to Queen.
- The Title Drop in "Fabulous" is the icing on the cake, mainly because of the way Phineas says it.Phineas: Nice 'do! But back to the matter at hand.
So what do you say, are you back in the band?
Bobbi: Well, maybe if I can find my old leather.
Phineas: Dude! We're getting the band back together!
- As if this show needs any more proof that it's filled to the brim with Awesome Music, think about this: after composing a spectacular, authentic-sounding, toe-tapping, undeniably catchy original hardcore rock song, they take this said song, and shove it in their credits. Not just that, but they just make it less than 30 seconds long. That's what Phineas and Ferb did with "Music Makes Us Better", from the band episode. Judging from the music on most kids shows nowadays, other shows would kill to have that kind of song as the show-stopper in the middle of any episode. Amazing.
- "Squirrels in My Pants". Best Disney song ever made EVER. And the extended version is even better.
- Basically every song that made it into the Cliptastic Countdownnote . The Countdown itself ended up being an unintended tribute to Candace. She sings in 7 out of the top 10 songs and was prominently featured in all but one, far more than any other character. The Countdown showcased Ashley Tisdale's superb singing voice, the many different music styles that can be found on the show, and how songs can range from catchy to hilarious to touching to sad. And nearly all of it was centered around this one character.
- Even when it's not an original song, the music in this show is still awesome. Watch the episode "Mom's Birthday" and listen hard when the wax presidents melt. Is that song you're hearing in the background Jimi Hendrix's version of 'The Star Spangled Banner'? Yes, yes it is.
- At one point during Candace's Mushroom Samba in "The Ballad of Badbeard", you can hear a Suspiciously Similar Song version of Jimi Hendrix's "Hey Joe" for a few seconds. Just...yes.
- "Ready for the Bettys". No wonder Stacy and Candace are such big fans.
- "Fish out of Water", the first episode to humanize Buford outside of Phineas' sort-of-rival and Baljeet's tormentor, showing off just how lonesome the poor kid is and how much that fish means to him. And Laura Dickinson's vocals are just so earnest, you'd be forgiven for crying too.
- "One Little Scare Ought To Do You Some Good". There's the shipping, yes (Phineas, is there a reason you needed to hold Isabella's hand throughout the entire song, even while standing still?) but even better there's the Danny Elfman-esque track (complete with creepy lalalalas in the backgound), Phineas as a mad scientist, and Baljeet and Buford's hilarious attempts to terrify Isabella. The instrumental version of it playing when Candace runs through is awesome as well.
- "E.V.I.L. B.O.Y.S". Yes, you will believe a middle-class teenage white girl can sing the Blues.
- "The F Games" An arena-rock-sounding song that feels so authentic and engaging, you'll swear Freddie Mercury had a hand in composing it.
- "Disco Miniature Golfing Queen". An insanely catchy disco-themed song about miniature golf? ABBA would be proud.
- "My Chariot" from "Greece Lightning" has its merits. What other song has the word 'anachronistic' in it?
- "Missing My Nemesis" (possibly better remembered as "The Moments When We Didn't Get Along") manages to be tear-jerking and hilarious AT THE SAME TIME. "But now you're doing battle/With a panda from Seattle"? That's genius, man. There's also Dan Povenmire's cover of the song as Doofenshmirtz.
- "Queen Of Mars". Ultra-catchy, probably the best of Ashley Tisdale's singing... and she's just so happy.
- "Busted", a superb duet between Candace and Vanessa. Especially the Brazilian Portuguese and Hebrew versions.
- "I'm Lindana And I Wanna Have Fun", anyone? Olivia Olson shows a great voice in that one.
- "Let's take A Rocket Ship To Space" is beautiful, romantic, and like every other song on this page, incomparable.
- "Little Brothers" will have you both in tears and bursting into laughter, with its Shaped Like Itself lyrics but powerful visuals and stirring melody.
- "He's Bigfoot". Barry Bostwick ought to sing more often.
- "She's A Truck Driving Girl" tells you exactly why Candace is a tire-spinning, gear-grinding, clutch-burning', back-firing, paint-trading, red-lining, over-heating, throttle-stomping Truck-Drivin' Girl!
- There's the rocking "Shooting Star Milkshake Bar" guaranteed to make you shake your asteroid.note
- "The Black Knight of Worcestershire", exactly what you would expect a medieval folk ballad to song like in this show's weird and wonderful world.
- The kids go Pin Bowlin' through town. Yes, a hard rock version of a bowling/pinball hybrid game exists, and it is marvelous.
- "Gotta Make Summer Last",a lively little ditty that plays as the kids enjoy their fun in "Leave the Busting to Us!". They liked it enough for it to pop up again in the "Fun Preservers" scene in "That Sinking Feeling" next season.
- Baljeet's reaction in "The Baljeatles" when he realized that the "Summer Rocks" camp he joined was NOT a geology camp, but rather a music camp... AND that he would not be graded for his hard work... needless to say, it was priceless and awesome!
- "Happy Evil Love Song" shows that even Doofenshmirtz can do touching songs.
- "I'm Me", Vanessa's "I Am Great!" Song as she chases after the MacGuffin, powered by high-energy nonsense and spirit.
- Even if you're not a fan of rap, for Ferb you may make an exception. "Aroma therapy... (deep inhale) Yea... aroma therapy."
- "Watching and Waiting". It starts out sorta' spacey, with just ticking, acoustic guitar, some light horns, and simple percussion, then... WHA-BAM! Epic drum fill, followed by wailing electric guitar, and really satisfying syncopation, all before fading back to spaciness. There's one line that makes it as good as it is: "We're starin' and we're glarin' 'till our corneas burn!"
- "Ducky Momo Is My Friend" is reminiscent of the more downbeat songs from the Toy Story series.
- Any resident car wash would get big if they used "The Phin-tastic Ferb-ulous Car Wash" as a car commercial. Bonus points for everything about it being a blatant send up to The B-52's, right down to that... thing Vincent Martella is doing with his voice.
- "Let's Go Digital". Baljeet looked AWESOME in those shades.
- "My Ride From Outer Space", especially Ferb's line: "You're diggin' my ride from outer space."
- "Mix And Mingle Machine". It's just so damn catchy, and the way they've got it so practically every line is said by a different person is really cool.
- In "The Secret of Success" we have "We're Talking All Terrain" which is just plain epic.
- What Do It Do? The #1 song about reverse engineering!
- "Doof Side Of The Moon" has "Floor After Floor" which is also awesome.
- Martin Olson, a producer for the show, uploaded the original inhouse demo of the song to his SoundCloud account. It's sung by Martin, Jon Colton Barry (a writer for P&F), Dan, and Swampy, and it's just as awesome.
- A DVD extra shows them composing the song, which they claim to have completed, like all the other songs in the show, in exactly one hour. So much awesomeness from so short a time...
- "Yodel Odel Obey Me" from "Bubble Boys" became about 40 seconds of pure awesomeness and hilarity. Too bad Perry had to interrupt it... This video attempted to make it go uninterrupted.
- "She's Got An Alien Heart" by Max Modem (Lawrence Fletcher) is so very, very 80's and so very, very awesome. Bonus points for being sung by Riff Raff.
- Despite being completely random (or maybe because of that),"There Is No Candy In Me" has become a fan favorite and an example of Funny Music. "NERD AIN'T NO PINATA!!"
- And with "You Snuck Your Way Right Into My Heart", "Couldn't Kick My Way Right Into Her Heart".
- Just Passing Through. Bet you didn't know Bobbi Fabulous could sing the blues did ya? And in a totally different voice too!
- How can you not love a song on a children's show ("X-Ray Eyes" from "No More Bunny Business") which contains the linesI got a brand new way of looking at life
An altogether different visual spectrum.
Sometimes photons behave like a wave,
But they're particles when you reflect 'em.
- "Split Personality" gives the awesomeness known as "Me, Myself, and I".
- "Our movie's better than yours!" Taking away the usual lightheartedness of Phineas and Ferb to replace it with music of PURE UNDILUTED EPIC! Perfectly capturing the undoubtedly epic tone of both movies, and making it sound for a moment like the two factions are seriously going to go to war. Hell, a screenshot taken during that song is the current page image for Fandom Rivalry!
- What happens when Perry takes control of Doof? Awesome. That's what.
- The official Musical Episode. Seriously. In the very first song (which isn't even 5 whole minutes through the episode) they reference Cats, The Phantom of the Opera, Oklahoma!, Singin' in the Rain, Fiddler on the Roof, West Side Story, The Music Man, Les Misérables, The King and I, and Chicago. With the murderesses. Hell yeah.
- Also, Isabella sings a wonderful and adorable musical version of her Catchphrase, "Whatcha Doin'".
- "Aren't You a Little Young?" is fantastic. Plus, the "Mom Look" number.
- "Rollercoaster", the title song. It is absolutely ROCKING. Watching Phineas go berserk on an electric guitar while riding a rollercoaster is a sight for gods.
- And the grand finale, "Carpe Diem". A Continuity Cavalcade with nearly every character up to that point, all gathered to sing the Central Theme that gives this show its heart: "Every day's a brand new day, Carpe Diem".
- "Not so Bad a Dad". Heartwarming, phenomenal singing.
- "Candace Gets Busted" features the completely epic "Candace Party". Almost makes up for the Downer Ending.
- "Wedding Adventure", the boys' hectic but beautiful tribute to their aunt on her wedding day.
- The Beak's theme song is completely about how much better he is than you. It is also awesome.
- "The Wizard of Odd" has many awesome songs. Notable ones include "The Yellow Sidewalk" and "Tree-related Wish". The credits feature - completely out of nowhere, which makes it even better - a parody of "Busted" called "Rusted" that Candace sings to the rusted Tin Man.
- "Mobile Mammal" may be the catchiest truck driving song ever.
- "Give Up", an epic anti-anthem about...well, Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
- It's also really depressing, despite the upbeat way it's performed.
- Or else it's insanely cheery and uplifting, despite the pessimistic lyrics. Candace is just so blissful during the whole thing, it's impossible not to smile as she revels in the freedom of the Broken Aesop. A more perfect example of Strawman Has a Point has never existed.
- "Run Candace Run" was pretty epic. Even more epic if you pick up on where it was inspired from.
- "The Shark of Danville Harbor" is proof that Phineas and Ferb can tackle so many musical genres, they can even do a sea shanty. It may also be the first sea shanty to teach that sharks are cartilaginous fish.
- "Lunar Taste Sensation"/"Space Ice-Creams" from Moon Farm. The best part: Baljeet arguing with the singer over whether or not he should have brought the marshmallows.We've got chocolate, and vanilla
But we don't have rocky road
It's not that we don't like it -
We left the marshmallows at home (I blame Baljeet)
- "Epic Monster Battle" from "Excaliferb", it's basically a homage and parody of Heavy Metal like Manowar or Tenacious D.
- "Aerial Area Rug" from the episode "Magic Carpet Ride". It's even more memorable if you realize that the song references "A Whole New World" from Disney's animated movie Aladdin. The song is literally uplifting and seeing as it's Danny Jacob's 16-year-old son Aaron singing, his voice is so breathtakingly magical.
- "Dance, Baby!" is not only groovy music and makes you want to dance, it is also one of the best moments for the Perryshmirtz fans.
- "A Real Boy". Who knew Norm could rap? From the same episode, we've got Sunshine, Happiness, and Gum.
- "Livin' in an Ant Society", both an upbeat song about kids having fun and an entomology lesson.
- "When Worlds Collide" has the incredibly catchy "Double Dutch Song". Made even more awesome when Doof and Perry both fight while double-dutching.
- "Road To Danville" gives us "A Heck of a Day", which is sung from Perry's point of view. Imagine trudging through the desert for hours while Doofenshmirtz drones on and on and you'll get the idea.
- "Phineas and Ferb Interrupted" has the inspirational and amazing "With these Blueprints". It's even more amazing when you see that Doofenshmirtz is singing the same song that everyone else is singing.
- Jeremy "Sets the Record Straight". The man needs more songs.
- "We're Evil!". A great Villain Song sung by countless of villains in a very happy and joyful way.
- "Lonely Vampire is a short goth song sung about how Candace hates being goth (and a vampire). And, as is usual, it is awesome. Plus, it starts with a Take That! at Twilight.It's not romantic or that cool to live forever more...
- "Frenemies" just about sums up the relationship between Buford and Baljeet.
- As usual, "Ferb Latin" is catchy and very adorable. AND the three-part counterpoint...
- "Zubada". It starts as a catchy tune, then it becomes a caveman parody of "Gitchee Gitchee Goo". And it's AWESOME. Bonus props to Baljeet's EPIC falsetto solo.
- In "Doof Dynasty", we have "Way of the Platypus". Probably the best "Eye of the Tiger" parody ever (although Gravity Falls' "Training Mix" comes a close second).
- The Perry the Platypus theme song. Wait- you think you've already heard this one before? Have you heard it while he's in a fez?
- "Half a Day" from Perry the Actorpus, an adorable New Wave-style song from the point of view of the boys to Perry.
- "Hole in My Heart" ripped ours into a million pieces and sent them to the winds.
- "Lies" is quite catchy and truthful for a song about lies.
- "Road Trip" provides the very catchy 70s-ish country tune "Home on the Road" that will make you crave chicken fried steak or biscuits and gravy.
- "Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz" is, almost undoubtedly, the funniest waltz you will ever hear in your life. And that's against competition from the aforementioned Tom Lehrer!!
- "The Ballads of Paul". Love Händel consistently produces gems out of anything, even if it takes Paul himself a while to warm up to them.
- It doesn't matter if you are a mother, a father, a son, or a daughter, you will find "We Are the Moms" to be awesome.
- "Takin' on the Big Brain". If the song itself isn't awesome enough, Baljeet's dancing is.
- "We're Going to War", the most adorable song about destroying your enemies in the history of television.
- "Get Down". Yes, that's right. They can even do a song about sitting on the couch all day watching TV and make it sound amazing.
- "Evil For Extra Credit". Who knew Carl could sing?
- The most awesome, and most likely only, song about "A Platypus Fight" ever.
- "Livin' in a Fun House" is exactly as fun as you think it is.
- Subterranean Crocodile Apprehension Expedition. If you've never apprehended a croc underground, then you don't know what you're missing.
- "Weaponry", an uncharacteristically cheerful Villain Song by Norm about taking over the Tri-State Area by force. And just to make it more epic, all throughout it he's marching through the streets, countering everything Perry throws at him without skipping a beat.
- "On the Savannah" sums up the beauty of African wildlife.
- "Living with Monkeys" is a sad (and weird) Candace song.
- "Happy New Year" is both an awesome song and the best way to end the year. The music video makes it even more awesome with one brief scene of Phineas and Ferb doing a homage to "Gangnam Style".
- Who says this is just for songs? The music at the beginning of "Sidetracked" is friggin' epic!
- "Fly on the Wall" has to be the best song about being a fly ever.
- "My Sweet Ride" sounds like it came straight out of Grease.
- "Helicopter Fight" is both badass and hilarious, as befits this show.
- "Improbably Knot" is a definite Mind Screw but a pretty fun song at the same time. Reprised later as "Buford is in Trouble". Just as catchy, and there's An Aesop about the dangers of mob mentality.
- This show turned square dancing into an example. Seriously. It's charming as Doofenshmirtz impresses Rosie, then hilarious as it's revealed the alien criminals have a Weaksauce Weakness for "quadrilateral right angle voice commands", eventually culminating in one of Candace's finest Cool Big Sis moments in the whole show. Just when you think the episode is over, you get Shake. Doof's boot-controlled dancing adds to the hilarity.
- Ginger gets to lead her first song in the show, "Waggle Dance". Given that this is from the episode "Bee Story", you can probably guess what it's about.
- "Extra-Ordinary", an awesome Candace song.
- Internet star Parry Gripp stops by in Danville to provide one of his signature ear worms for the Backyard Hodge Podge.
- "The History of the Tri-State Area". Even in-universe, it's considered the highlight of the otherwise boring mandatory tour of the city hall. And it's sung by Wayne Brady! That automatically makes it awesome.
- "Alone" is such an adorably sad song by Isabella.
- The madcap insanity that is the Humiliating Dance of Contrition". You think I vill speak French? I vill not speak French!
- "Interface", a fantastic robot rap/love song that's surprisingly steamy.
- "Haunted By You" is a very Halloween-y love song, with just the right amount of Phineas and Ferb silliness in the lyrics. Phineas and Ferb Remix proves that Disney can even make Dubstep awesome!
- How about "No Momo"? Creepy and catchy.
- "A Brave New World" is a catchy song showcasing new steam-powered technology in 1903, sung by Professor Elemental!
- "Dancing in the Sunshine" has such a wholesome atmosphere to it, as Candace and Doofenshmirtz enjoy their lucky day, and Phineas, Ferb, and friends outmaneuver all the misfortune conspiring against their game of sky tennis.
- "Giant Puppet" is VERY creepy but awesome at the same time.
- From "Live and Let Drive", amongst the numerous James Bond Shout Outs, we get "Doofenshmirtz Evil Hideout Vacation Swap", a song that sounds just like the opening to a Bond film.
- "Troy": a hard-core rock number about one of the keystones of western literature. It doesn't get much better than that! And let's not forget the Bagpipe solo!
- "Un-Untieable Knot", an undeniably charming song as the kids play around in their giant Gordian Knot, with some added hilarity as Candace and Stacy try to figure out what could be in that safe.
- During the credits of "It's No Picnic", Candace and Vanessa sing a pretty rockin' version of the Ducky Momo Theme Song.
- "Operation Crumbcake" has the rocking "I Need My Letter Back", sung by Isabella.
- "The Ballad of Klimpaloon, cut from "Summer Belongs to You!", finally gets airtime in "The Klimpaloon Ultimatum".
- "Talk to Him, in which Doofenshmirtz explains proper nemesis behavior in song.
- "The Inator Method". As if we needed more evidence that, whatever else he may do wrong, Doofenshmirtz knows how to sell his stuff.
- "Chupacabra Ho". An epic ballad as the kids try to catch this mythical beast.
- "Fletcher Family Flying Circus" in the Father's Day episode is a guaranteed heart-warmer, as the boys, Lawrence, and Grandpa Reg enjoy their day together.
- "All the Convoluted Reasons We Pretend to Be Divorced". If the content on its own isn't enough, how about the fact that it's Charlene's only song in the series, and she manages to make a lasting impression.
- "Act Your Age":
- Doof's rather jazzy "Mid-Life Crisis" song, where he rocks the kazoo in the middle.
- The rather sweet Phinabella duet "What Might Have Been".
- Instrumental example: The over-the-top music underscoring The Big Damn Kiss of Phineas and Isabella, which takes Isabella's "Whatcha doin'?" Leit Motif and turns it into a sound-alike of the rendition of "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing" from the beginning of Grease.
- Every song in their Christmas Episode.
- Heck, the one song that was cut was so epic they made an extended version just so they could have it in! Behold: "What Does He Want?"
- Doof's intense, burning indifference to Christmas.
- The sadly very short "Danville for Niceness".
- "Christmas Is Starting Now". Big Bad Voodoo Daddy is the best in Big Band jazz.
- "Thank You Santa", which plays during the end credits.
- Even before it aired, a sneak preview of the 1-hour special "Phineas and Ferb: Summer Belongs To You" with the songs "Bouncin' Around The World" and "Rubber Bands, Rubber Balls" promised to make the episode epic.
- The first 15 minutes went online soon afterward, and it had "I Believe We Can" and "J Pop (Welcome to Tokyo)". Even more awesome when you realize that it's Clay Aiken and Chaka freakin Kahn! The fact that they actually topped the epicness of having Bowling for Soup do two of the songs and Jaret Reddick (lead singer of Bowling For Soup) providing the voice for Love Händel's lead singer is incredibly impressive. It'll be a hard act to follow.
- How about "City of Love"? Genuinely touching.
- The last song in the episode "Summer Belongs To You", is epic, as well as a shout out to the closing number of Hairspray.
- Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel opens with the party goin' supernova, and only gets more epic from there.
- "My Evil Buddies and Me". The kicker is that Whiplash and Venom, two of the most dangerous villains in all of Marvel Comics, actually seem to be having fun.
- Only Trying to Help, an awesome and very touching duet between Candace and Isabella (the only song in the special sung onscreen by the characters).
- The final song in the special, "Feeling Froggy", underscores the final fight between the Marvel heroes (with Perry) and the supervillains. And it is epic.
- "Phineas and Ferb Save Summer" gives us three awesome songs:
- "Summer All Over the World" performed by Phineas and the gang might rival "Summer Belongs to You" and "Summer (Where Do We Begin?)" as the official anthem of summer.
- "Irving's Camp Song", a song performed by Irving while filling in for Phineas and the gang, sounds pretty much like something Wander would sing (which makes sense, since they're both voiced by Jack McBrayer).
- "OWCA's Goin' Down", a song performed by the villains of L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. is a direct parody of songs from West Side Story (1961) such as "The Jets Song" and "Cool".
- "Phineas and Ferb Star Wars" contains five musical numbers:
- "Tatooine", Phineas' ode to the planet he calls home that actually makes what is portrayed as a Crapsack World in the Star Wars universe look like an awesome place to live. Complete with live horns and a fantastically catchy chorus. Ferb also drops a rap in the middle.
- "In the Empire", Candace's musical backstory about why she became a Stormtrooper, with plenty of jokes such as "You can be all that they want you to be."
- "I'm Feelin' So Low", A pretty humorous song sung by Twi'Lek singer Vanessa, where she sings "so low" so many times that it annoys Isabella and she shoots her microphone.
- "Sith-Inator", Darthenshmirtz's fast-paced Broadway-style song all about his latest creation.
- "Rebel, Let's Go!", Vanessa's rockin' finale.
- In fact, the entire score of the special not only uses John Williams' original score, but Danny Jacob's score is made to sound less synthesized than usual that the lines are blurred between the two.
- "Night of the Living Pharmacists":
- "Jump Right to It", in which Gretchen makes her debut as a lead singer.(Considering she's voice by the same actress as Sofia the First, it's not a surprise that she sounds good.)
- Doofenshmirtz revels in his "Army of Me".
- "Triangulation" is, as Baljeet puts it, a mighty upbeat song for a desperate situation.
- Just when you think we've seen the last of the zombie pharmacists, we get "Lots of Me", in which Doofenshmirtz turns their mantra into a rap.
- The Grand Finale "Last Day Of Summer":
- "Tomorrow Is this Morning Again" features the first and only duet of Candace and Doofenshmirtz. And it is awesome!
- "One Last Day of Summer" really builds up the excitement for the finale.
- "No One I'd Rather Go Nowhere With" is such a feel-good song about spending time with those you care about, even on the last day of summer.
- The episode ends with the entire cast rocking out with "Thank You for Comin' Along", which recaps the entire series and thanks the fans and viewers for watching the show.
- These are the stories of the agents of the O.W.C.A. These are "The OWCA Files"!
Across the 2nd Dimension
- Across the Second Dimension has some rocking songs of course, on par with the show itself.
- "Everything's Better with Perry". It even wins the second Musical Cliptastic Countdown, beating "Summer Belongs to You" among others.
- Though it's been cut, "Some Mysterious Force" qualifies.
- "A Brand New Best Friend" qualifies as the most awesomely charming villain song ever in a Disney movie.
- Special mention to many people's favorite, "Summer (Where Do We Begin?)". It will stand the test of time not only for Vincent Martella's wonderfully uplifting vocals and the excited yet soothing music, but also as the absolute be-all-and-end-all representation of summer to a child. Who can go against "Ice cream cones and/Cherry soda/Dripping down your chin"?? That's it. That's summer.
- "I Walk Away", as the inability to communicate causes Phineas to lose trust in Perry and send him away as the platypus is going to turn himself in an an effort to protect the boys. Phineas, Perry, and the audience are all devastated and heartbroken.
- "Brand New Reality". Played as the five main characters travel across dimensions to return to theirs.
- "Robot Riot". Just... "Robot Riot". Seeing every single invention that Phineas and Ferb made up to that point fighting the Norm-bots with this song playing in the background is just epic. And the extended version.
- Also special mention to "Kick It Up A Notch," which has the be the most epic ending song ever. How epic? It has majorly cool guitar playing by Slash. Who said he did it because he likes the show. How did the show's creators get Slash to do a song for the movie? He called them and asked.
- Last but not least, "Takin' Care of Things", an equally heartwarming and thrilling tribute to the relationship between the title characters.
- This one is from the video game based on it rather then the movie itself, but Gonna Get Gone is just as awesome as any song from the show itself.
Candace Against the Universe
- "Such a Beautiful Day", sung by Candace, was released on July 24th, 2020, in time with the Comic-Con@Home panel, and proved to be very catchy. The show may have been off the air for some time, but this song proves they still got it!
- "We're Back", the song written for the end credits. The title sums it up. The cast is singing about how they're back and ready for this new movie. It also still has a super fun catchy beat and is extremely upbeat. Also, the accompanying music video does something really unique, it adds new lip-sync to pre-existing clips from the series.
- "Us Against the Universe sees Candace realize that she isn't alone, that the boys are always with her, she's special in her own way and that the universe isn't all against her. With the boys and all the siblings' friends joining in as a show of True Companions.
- "Adulting" sees Doof and Isabella finally get a song together about who is better fit to lead the group and it is just as awesome and silly as it sounds.
- The film used a live orchestra for its score, which is used to its full advantage, as evidenced by the four score tracks on the soundtrack album.
- The Cut Song "Step into the Great Unknown" is a great song about how Phineas and the kids will do whatever they need to in order to bring Candace home, no matter how dangerous the situation might be.
- The Phineas and Ferb Holiday Favorites CD has some pretty good songs like the completely epic "Run Rudolph Run" sung by Phineas and "12 Days of Christmas" which gives Doofenshmirtz some priceless lines.
- Also of note is a completely straight rendition of "The Christmas Song" by Vanessa. Simply beautiful.
- Buford's version of "Good King Wenceslas".
- Isabella's touching and adorable rendition of "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow". You know she's thinking about Phineas while she's singing that. Here is the animated version which is just as adorable.
- "We Wish You A Merry Christmas". Absolutely awesome, from Phineas' opening lyrics to Doofenshmirtz's closing.
- This show can turn the Dodger Stadium code of conduct into an example. Seriously.
- Do you like the original Perry the Platypus theme? Check out the extended version.
- The unfortunately Cut Song "Princess", written for "Make Play" as a love song from Jeremy to Candace.
- The Animatin' Rap done by the creators is both awesome and educational.
- The O.W.C.A. recruitment song, a parody of Y.M.C.A.
- Doofenshmirtz raps about rap music on Doof's Daily Dirt.
- Another contender for most unusual topic turned catchy by this show: a mouthwash commercial.
- For Father's Day, the Phineas and Ferb section of Disney Channel's web site had a feature called "The Dad-Inator", where kids could make a P&F themed digital card for their dads. The results range from adorable, to hilarious, and as always, insanely catchy. Special mention to the unabashed hilarity of Doof's song and Vanessa's high energy rock song.
- "Bad Guy" by Billie Eilish is already awesome, so what would make it better? Well, having Doofenshmirtz sing it, of course! And here's Dan Povenmire doing it live!