"Ain't No Kiddie Ride"
Ain't No Kiddie Ride
Phineas, Ferb and their friends in their kiddie rides.
Song by Danny Jacob
Genre(s): Rock
Length: 1:04
Danny Jacob chronology
Previous: "You're Not Ferb"
Current: "Ain't No Kiddie Ride"
Next: "Space Adventure"
Phineas and Ferb - Ain't No Kiddie Ride (Song)

Phineas and Ferb - Ain't No Kiddie Ride (Song)

Episode version
Ain't No Kiddie Ride - Demo

Ain't No Kiddie Ride - Demo

Demo version

"Ain't No Kiddie Ride" is a song that is heard as Candace flies through the town on the tricked-out rocket in the episode "Ain't No Kiddie Ride".


Danny Jacob: Well the way things look can give the wrong impression.
But if you adjust the torque and check the valve compression.
Well, you'd be advised and realize that the old cliché is true:
You can't judge a book by the way it looks, boy the truth is up to you!
Like Jekyll and Hyde, appearances aside.

Ain't no kiddie ride! (Ooh...)
Ain't no kiddie ride, yeah! (Ooh...)
Ain't no kiddie ride! (Oooh...)

Background Information

  • A singer from "S.I.M.P. (Squirrels In My Pants)" is in the background of the song.
  • A police man is in the background of this song.
  • Phineas kiddie ride is a racecar which could be a reference in racing in "The Fast and the Phineas."
  • Buford's kiddie ride being a submarine may refer to the submarine that got in "Voyage to the Bottom of Buford."
  • Ferb's kiddie ride is a train which could be a reference to the project they were going to do in the episode "The Best Lazy Day Ever."
  • Isabella's kiddie ride is a unicorn which could be a reference to "Hail Doofania!" when she said she never saw one before and in "Out of Toon" her super hero, The Rainbow, is also riding a unicorn as Isabella thinks of her.
  • Candace's kiddie ride is a rocket which seems to resemble the two rockets made by Phineas and Ferb in the episode "Out to Launch."
  • During the first line, the smoke from Candace's kiddie ride seems to spell "Lol".
  • This is the second time the kids chase Candace through town while she rides in something that she lost control of (the first time being in Pin-bowlin' from the episode "Bowl-R-Ama Drama" inside of their giant bowling ball).
  • Sung in the style of "Huey Lewis and the News".
  • Music and rhyme scheme is very similar to Smokin' by Boston.
  • Second time somebody says "You can't judge a book by its cover" ("The Chronicles of Meap").


BMI Work #12298294

See also

Song icon
"Evil Jingle" (Walks to the Diner Version)
Songs Next:
"Phinedroids and Ferbots" (Instrumental 3)
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