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"Professor Elemental Future Past"
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Song by Professor Elemental
Genre(s): Chap hop, Rap
Length: 1:00
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Phineas and Ferb - Professor Elemental Future Past

"Professor Elemental Future Past" is a song rapped by British steampunk rap artist Professor Elemental (real name Paul Alborough) in the episode "Steampunx".

Lyrics

Welcome to the future, all you forward-thinking socialites,
Delightful world of steam so bright,
Change your life overnight,
Behold this lady's hairbrush, this motor-powered cow,
If you don't know how this gizmo works, I'll try to show you how.

It's robotic kitchens, prototypes, a singing kettle,
You'll love this nut and turtle sheller made of living metal,
You'll never need to settle for yesterday's future,
We've borrowed from tomorrow, steam power, it's so super!

Welcome to a brave new world (My word!),
The future is amazing, time for you to climb aboard!
Welcome to a brand new day! (Hooray!)
Everything will change! Time for me to show the way!

Step in closer, I've got so much to show you.

A robotic rooster starts the morning,
And a rocket-powered cycle takes you skyward and you're soaring
'Til you fall towards a lovely picnic made of future food,
Steam-powered sandwiches, useful speaking fruits.

You are living in your prime, catching lightning in a jar,
Robot butlers keep you tidy, no matter where you are,
The future runs like clockwork and you'll never need to stress,
You really can't afford it: That's the price of steam progress!

Welcome to a brave new world (My word!),
The future is amazing, time for you to climb aboard!
Welcome to a brand new day! (Hooray!)
Everything will change! Time for me to show the way!

Background information

  • The lyric "brave new world" is possibly a reference to the 1931 British sci-fi novel by Aldous Huxley.

Songwriters

BMI Work #17352689

Continuity

References

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"Regular Sized Scrapbook"
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