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"Surfin' Asteroids"
Surfing Asteroids
Phineas surfing asteroids
Song by Aaron Daniel Jacob and Danny Jacob
Released: August 16, 2013
Venue: Outer space
Genre(s): Surf rock
Length: 1:04
Aaron Jacob and Danny Jacob chronology
Previous: "Humiliating Stumblegimp Dance of Contrition" (Aaron Jacob)
"Dance of Contrition" (Danny)
Current: "Surfin' Asteroids"
Next: "My Evil Buddies and Me" (Danny)
"Extremely Extreme" (Aaron)
Phineas and Ferb - Surfin' Asteroids01:04

Phineas and Ferb - Surfin' Asteroids

"Surfin' Asteroids" is a song performed by Aaron and Danny Jacob while the gang is in space in the beginning of "Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel".


Grab a spaceboard and catch a wave,
The asteroid ocean is quite a rave.
We're gonna zoom-zoom-zoom through the stratosphere,
There's a reason that they call it the final frontier.
Shoot the tube into the void,
We're surfin' asteroids!

Take my hand, we're gonna rock and roll,
Past a little red dwarf and a big black hole;
So grab a friend and come right over,
Pretty soon this party's gonna supernova!

Past a big blue comet and a purple quasar,
Just need a pressure suit and a surf guitar.
Just shoot the tube into the void,
We're surfin' asteroids!
(We're surfin' those asteroids)
Surfin' asteroids!
(We're surfin' those asteroids)
Surfin' asteroids!

Background Information

  • The Rhythm of how the lyrics are sung sounds like a combination of "Follow the Sun" and "Flying Fishmonger".
  • This song was only an instrumental when "Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel" premiered on Disney Channel, that was, however, not intentional.[1] The vocals were restored for the August 18, 2013 airing.


BMI Work #16150456 (Registered as Surfing Asteroids)



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