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Candace in the funhouse
Candace sitting in the fun house's "chair".
Song by Aaron Jacob
Album: Phineas and Ferb: Rockin' and Rollin'
Genre(s): Vaudeville, Jangle Pop
Length: 1:07
Aaron Jacob chronology
Previous: "Keep on Building"
Current: "Funhouse"
Next: "Dance Baby"
Phineas and Ferb - Livin' in a Fun House01:10

Phineas and Ferb - Livin' in a Fun House

Episode version
Song Aaron Daniel Jacob - Funhouse01:06

Song Aaron Daniel Jacob - Funhouse

Album version

"Funhouse" is a song from the Season 3 episode "Misperceived Monotreme". It was played as Candace, Jeremy, Phineas, Ferb, Isabella, Baljeet, and Buford explored the fun house the kids' built.


Well you think it's a chair
But it's growin' curly hair
And your sister's unaware
That she's floating in the air
You're livin' in a funhouse, baby
You're livin' in a funhouse, don't mean maybe

A million doors in the hall
And the table's on the wall
And the bathtub is your bed
And a floating baby head
You're livin' in a funhouse, Lawrence
So you'd better get some optical illusion insurance

The floors are steep, you'll never sleep
Your mother calls through the rubber walls
Liftin' up a feather that weighed a ton
Don't need to rent a funhouse, make your own house fun! (Your own house fun!)

You're livin' in a funhouse, baby
You're livin' in a funhouse, pass the gravy
And while we're on the subject, meet my friend Davy
He was in the navy and his hair is wavy

We're livin' in a funhouse, mama
We're livin' in a funhouse, quite the drama
And while we're on the subject, that Peruvian llama's
Wearing my pajamas and I know that I'm-a
Just livin' in a funhouse, baby!


BMI Work #13200366


Phin and Ferb dancing - LIAFH
The image gallery for Funhouse may be viewed here.

Background Information

  • During the line "Lifting up a feather that weighs a ton", Phineas and Ferb are lifting weights marked 1,000 pounds. One ton is 2,000 pounds, so combined, they are indeed lifting a ton (or its featherweight equivalent). However, the feather weighing a ton may just be a figure of speech, not actually weighing exactly 2,000 lbs.
  • The Giant floating baby head is mentioned in this song.
  • The song is played in reverse when Candace cleans up the Big Idea.
  • In the Hebrew version, they used the original song (English) but in the screams parts you can hear the English Candace and the Hebrew Candace. That mistake is fixed in the Israeli "The Perry Files" DVD.


  • When we see Phineas and Ferb dancing in the line "And while we're on the subject, meet my friend Davy", Phineas' shoes are black instead of blue.
  • Ferb's arm appears to be part of his pants as he runs through the door hall the first time.


  • The lyrics "baby" and "don't mean maybe" seem to allude to the classic 1925 song Yes Sir, That's My Baby.
  • Davy in the navy is a reference to the line "And he's talking with Davy, who's still in the navy" from Billy Joel's song Piano Man.
  • The Peruvian llama wearing pajamas could allude to the comic book superhero Pajama Llama from the Disney Channel series The Emperor's New School, which alludes to the "llama in pajamas" from Down By the Bay.
Songs Next:
"Dance Baby"
"Extraordinary" (#13)
Phineas and Ferb: Rockin' and Rollin' Next:
"I'm Me" (#15)

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