The Ballad of Badbeard was a ballad about the pirate, Badbeard, and was sung first by Grandpa Clyde and then Phineas, Ferb, Baljeet, Buford, and Isabella and the Fireside Girls aboard the pirate ship and Candace on shore.
(Clyde Flynn) Arg, arg, arg, arg, this is the Ballad of Badbeard!
Arg, arg, arg, arg, this is the Ballad of Badbeard!
Phineas: Avast, me 'arties!
We're sailing for the Isle of Spleen,
To search for the Treasure of Badbeard!
Holly: I'm feeling sick.
Gretchen: You're looking green.
All: We search for the Treasure of Badbeard!
Buford: We'll plunder, and pillage--
Baljeet: --and do some math!
Ferb: And all refuse to take a bath.
Isabella: We seek adventure, and romance!
Baljeet: I'm running out of underpants.
All: There's ghosts who haunt the cave, and worse:
Talking Skull: It's guarded by a pirate's curse!
Candace: Why do my nostrils whisper to me?
All: Arg, arg, arg, arg, This is the Ballad of Badbeard!
Arg, arg, arg, arg, This is the Ballad of Badbeard!
- When Candace sings her line in the song, she is "hallucinating" on orange moss (The blue moss was the one that made her hallucinate, not the orange).
- The talking skull may be a reference to an audio-anamatronic skull on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland.
- In Latin American Traduccion, the voices of all (Execpt Ferb's) change.
- There's an autograth at the bottom of the boat that says "Grandpa's Dinghy".