Man and horse singing
A man of Troy with his horse.
Song by Dan Povenmire & Cast - Phineas and Ferb
Venue: Phineas and Ferb's backyard
Genre(s): Irish rock
Length: 1:18
Dan Povenmire and Cast - Phineas and Ferb chronology
Previous: "My Streets" (Dan)
"Chupacabra Ho" (Phineas)
"Only Trying to Help" (Isabella)
"Waggle Dance" (Milly, Ginger)
"Backyard Hodge Podge" (Irving)
Current: "Troy"
Next: "Foot Stomp Mash Up" (Phineas)
"Summer All Over the World" (Isabella)
"Leave the Busting to Us!" (Dan Povenmire)
"Irving's Camp Fire Song" (Irving)
"Jump Right to It" (Ginger and Milly)
Phineas and Ferb - Troy Song

Phineas and Ferb - Troy Song

"Troy" is a song from the episode "Troy Story", sung by Dan Povenmire as a Trojan soldier and a horse, while the boys recreate Troy's story under Buford's direction.


Soldier: There was a hottie named Helen and she launched a thousand ships with her face
Paris took her home to Troy, and to the Greeks, this was a slap in the face
Greek: The Trojans stole Helen!
Soldier: Agamemnon got mad 'cause that just wasn't right
He said, “Hold your Trojan horses, now we're having a fight!
And I haven't sacked or pillaged since at least last Saturday night."

Horse: And for ten years they were all
Slamming! And jamming! And clashing! And gashing!
And brawling! And mauling! And trashing! And smashing!
When they finally figured out they couldn't take 'em by force
The Greeks all got together, and they hid in a horse!

Soldier: Bagpipe solo!

Troy Troy Troy Troy!

Baljeet: You know, bagpipes are sort of anachronistic for this time period-
Buford: Quiet, you! Go back to being vanquished!

Phineas, Isabella, Milly, Ginger: Troy Troy Troy Troy!

Milly, Ginger, other kids: Troy Troy Troy Troy!

Irving: Troy Troy Troy!

Background information


  • The song says Agamemnon got mad and declared war because Paris took Helen, but it was actually his brother Menelaus who got mad and declared war.


BMI Work #16852629



"Evil Jingle" ("Troy Story")
Songs Next:
"Phineas and Ferb Theme" (Halloween Version 2)
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