Emperor Doofenshmirtz: It's been a charmed life,
Got all I ever wanted,
And I'm not too shy to flaunt it, you see.
It's been a sweet ride,
Everyone is genuflecting
And erecting giant statues of me.
It's like a great lunch
With all you can eat,
And I can leave my wallet at home.
And everyone pays for me,
Because it's compulsory,
Or into the stockade they're thrown.
Still, I'm a nice guy;
How many emperors
Would always remember your name?
How ya doing, Joe?
I must admit, I
May take quite a lot,
But I'll always give you plenty of blame.
It's been a sweet ride;
Life's a bowl of cherries,
And nobody's merrier than me.
Because everyone else is the proletariat,
And baby, I'm the bourgeoisie.
Look it up, Joe!
Baby, I'm the bourgeoisie!
- The words "proletariat" and "bourgeoisie" mean, respectively, the class of low-status workers and the class of high-status owners of capital goods, particularly in the theory of communism as devised by Karl Marx.
- These words are also used in the extended version of "S.I.M.P. (Squirrels In My Pants)".
- The women dancing in the background appear again during "Carpe Diem" and "Inator Method".
- The statues resemble him 20 years before the alternate future.
- One of Heinz's background dancers returns in "The Secret of Success" during "Telethon of Evil".
- When the song ends, it's sounds almost exact the same as the end of the song "My Goody Two-Shoes Brother".
- This song's title is similar to Third Eye Blind's song, Semi-Charmed Life.
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