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"S.I.M.P (Squirrels In My Pants)" by 2 Guyz In The Parque (Phil LaMarr, Robby Wycoff, Danny Jacobs, Dan Povenmire, and Martin Olson) ft. Candace Flynn (Ashley Tisdale) is featured on Just Dance: Disney Party.
Appearance of the Dancers
She has black tied up hair, light blue jersey, dark-washed jeans, and grey sneakers. She represents Candace Flynn.
The routine takes place in a stony circle in a forest; at certain points, it switches to a different background, and many green or brown acorns appear moving and falling behind them. Phineas, Ferb and the 2 Guyz In the Parque make appearances in the background.
The dancer is accompanied by two backup dancers. The one on the left wears a red cap, a grey sweater, black pants, and black sneakers, and the one on the right wears an ochre beanie, red sweater with a white T-shirt underneath, black jeans, and black sneakers.
There are 2 Gold Moves in the routine, both of which are the same:
Both Gold Moves: Bend your arms and then move your arms left to right.
- This song is from the Phineas and Ferb episode "Comet Kermillian".
- The background for this song is based on the scene in the episode where the song is sung.
- The song is very short, and it does not reach the 2 minutes mark (1:47 seconds).
- In the Brazilian version of the song, the second verse takes the place of the third verse, and after this, there are no lyrics anymore and the music is instrumental.
- in the Spanish version only 24 lines from 39 appear.
- On the line Ven Mas Cerca y Mirame Bailar (Come closer and watch me dance), Ven (Come) is replaced by Menea (Shake).
- The line of the second verse is repeated in the third verse and after this, there are no lyrics anymore and the music is instrumental like the Brazilian version.
- This is the third song by Ashley Tisdale in the series after Positivity and We’re All in This Together.
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