"Yodel Odel Obey Me" is a country western song that Dr. Doofenshmirtz (with help from the yodel-inator) sung in the episode "Bubble Boys". Heinz apparently believed that the two most popular things around were country music, and western music, so he combined them.
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: (in Cowboy Singing Voice) Let me tell you my evil scheme
I'm gonna enslave your minds with a predictable melody
And uncomplicated rhymes,
And if I asked you to,
You'd even change your name to Amy
Because you're gonna yodel odel odel obey me
You'll be my obedient mindless slaves, and nobody will blame me,
Because you'll yodel odel odel odel obey me
Guy 1: I like him.
Guy 2: Yeah, let's do whatever he says.
Doofenshmirtz: Yodel odel odel odel odel obey me,
Yodel odel odel odel...
(In Normal Voice) odel obey me
Guy 2: He's terrible!
Doofenshmirtz: Yodel odel odel odel odel obey me...
(Doofenshmirtz sings "Yodel odel odel odel odel obey me" in the background)
Guy 3: Yeah, this stinks so bad I wanna break something.... (breaks teeth) Yeah that really wasn't worth it.
Yeah, let's get out of here, I'm hungry.
Guy 2: You can't mix Country with Western.
Them's two completely different types of music.
Lady 1: That song was horrible!
Guy 2: Yeah, those lyrics was way too on the nose.
- This song may be a reference to Alameda Slim, who also uses yodeling to hypnotize from the movie Home on the Range.
- An instrumental version of this song can be heard in "Road Trip".
- Second song that Doofenshmirtz uses to hypnotize people. First was "My Name is Doof".
- The scenes of Doofenshmirtz strumming were animated using Adobe Flash.
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