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Songs

Songs from Season 1 of Bob's Burgers. Includes original and real songs.

Parts where singers/groups are singing together are boldened.

"Hamburger Dinner Theater"[]

"We're the Pirates of Panache"[]

[Cast of "Pirates of Pinache"]
We drink, we loot, we rape, we shoot
We sing, we dance, we twirl, we prance
We're the Pirates of Panache!

"I Can't Stop"[]

[Linda Belcher, the Robber]
You've got your money, now be on your way?
Maybe I'll leave, and maybe I'll stay-ay
Maybe it's the limelight, could be the singin'
9-1-1 should be a-ringin'
I can't stop
And neither can I

"Sing in Key"[]

[Bob Belcher, Linda Belcher]
So I'm singin' words to a song I'm making up right now
'Cause it's the singing that matters and not the song
So it's up to me
To
Sing
In
[High-pitched] Key
[attempting to harmonize with Bob] Key
-Ee
-Ee

"Sheesh! Cab, Bob?"[]

"Lifting Up the Skirt of the Night"[]

[John Roberts, H. Jon Benjamin]
Lifting up the skirt of the night
Look down, feel around, do what I do to get by
Pulling down the pants of the night
Don't laugh, it's not right, to make fun of the night
Lifting up the skirt of the night
Look down, feel around, do what I do to get by (Hold up, hold on now)
Pulling down the pants of the night (Look at those tight pants)
Don't laugh, it's not right, to make fun of the night
[Vocalizes, laughs] Huh?

"If You Were Here" by Thompson Twins[]

Real song, playing when Tina kisses Jimmy Jr.

"Art Crawl"[]

"Butts, Butts, Butts"[]

[Singers]
Butts, butts, butts, butts
Butts, butts, butts, butts
Our butts, our butts, our butts are beautiful
Butts, our butts, our butts are beautiful
Butts, our butts, our butts are beautiful
Butts, butts, butts
[Spoken: Linda Belcher]
Anus, anus, anus!!! Nooooooooo!!!

"Spaghetti Western and Meatballs"[]

"Theme from "Banjo"[]

[Loren Bouchard, H. Jon Benjamin]
Banjo, Banjo
Doesn't play it for fun, he's just hiding his gun
Banjo, Banjo
His chaps made of leather, even in hot weather
Banjo (He's comin', gunnin' for ya), Banjo (He's comin', strummin' for ya)
You can try to talk, but he don't give a pluck
Banjo (He's comin', gunnin' for ya), Banjo (He's comin', strummin' for ya)
He's strumming for you, he's coming for you...

"Burger War"[]

"Da Ding Ding (AKA Three Sides Don't Make A Square)"[]

[Gene Belcher]
Da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding
Da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding, da-dang-ding
Da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding
Da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding
Da-ding-ding, da-da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding
[Guitar riff]
[Gene, Linda Belcher]
Da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding
Da-ding-ding, da-ding-ding-dong
A-dinga-a-dinga-a-dinga-a-ding, a-dinga-a-dinga-a-DOONG!
Oh, A ding-ding
[Spoken: Linda Belcher]
Bobby, go!
C'mon Bob, show us your ding-ding!
[Bob Belcher]
Ding-ding, da-ding-ding
DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DING!

"Weekend at Mort's"[]

"Weekend at Mort's"[]

[The Belcher Family, Louise Belcher]
Weekend at Mort's
We're gonna have a weekend at Mort's
Uh! Uh! Uh!
Weekend at Mort's
We're gonna have a weekend at Mort's

"Lobsterfest"[]

"Wing Man"[]

[Spoken: Hugo Habercore, Ron]
What? I have a girlfriend? Bob's about to be thrown on to a shell pile? I've had this exact fantasy!
Come on, Hugo. If Bob hadn't been your wingman last night, you'd be another lonely guy in a satin sash.
I was doing fine! I don't need a wingman!
Oh, no?
[Ron]
Wingman, flying with the eagles
Wingman, he's trying to help you out
Wingman [x5]

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