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"Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz"
325a - Scary Driving
Doof and Perry on Drusselstein's roads.
Song by Aaron Daniel Jacob
Album: Phineas and Ferb: Rockin' and Rollin'
Released: March 23, 2012
Venue: Drusselstein
Genre(s): Waltz
Length: 1:10
1:08 (album)
Aaron Jacob chronology
Previous: "Drusselstein DMV"
Current: "Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz"
Next: "Wee Wee Wee"
Video
Phineas and Ferb songs - Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz01:34

Phineas and Ferb songs - Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz

Episode version
Song Aaron Daniel Jacob - Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz01:08

Song Aaron Daniel Jacob - Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz

Album version

"Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz" is a song from "The Doonkelberry Imperative" as Doofenshmirtz renews his driving license by taking his driving test.

Lyrics

The speaking part is deleted in the album version

Aaron Jacob: Turn! Yield! Halt!
If you fail you'll know who's at fault
Avoid vehicular assault
As you're doing ze Drusselstein Driving Test Valtz

Gas! Shift! Brake! (ooh...)
Drinking coffee's a big mistake
Try not to plunge into ze lake
Ven you're doing ze Drusselstein Driving Test Valtz (Driving Test Waltz)
Female Pedestrian: I'm okay!

Aaron Jacob: Use two hands when you steer her
Then check in ze mirror
Vat you see may be nearer
Don't lay on ze horn!

See ze traffic cop bossing
Pedestrians crossing
Never drive ven you're flossing
You'll wish you vwren't born!

Belt yourself
Only vay to protect your health
Leave your friends all your hard-earned wealth
If you croak ven you're boldly embarking
And parallel parking
And acing ze written-
Look out for that kitten!
No time for high-fiving
You're barely surviving
The dangerous Drusselstein Driving Test Valtz!

Doofenshmirtz: I think I did okay.

Gallery

325a - Traffic Guard
The image gallery for Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz may be viewed here.

Background Information

  • This song is performed by Aaron Jacob [1]
  • As the song's title implies, it is done in the timing of a waltz, which is an Austrian or Southern German ( i.e Bavarian) dance done to music in 3/4 time.
  • The song is sung with a heavy German-esque accent. This is most likely because of the waltz format of the song, and because Drusselstein is an implicitly German country.

Songwriters

BMI Work #15663103

See Also

References

Previous:
"Looking for Books"
Songs Next:
"Big Mitch"
Previous:
"What Is This Thing?" (#9)
Phineas and Ferb: Rockin' and Rollin' Next:
"Ferb Latin" (#11)

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