This is where you recognise that annoyingly catchy ‘Tap In’ TikTok audio from

Now I’ll be honest I don’t really understand but I fell down this hill now I’ve got glue on my hands !!

Okay, there are a lot of really annoyingly catchy TikTok audios going around that you can’t get out of your head. If you can listen to mi pan su su sum without accidentally singing it every five minutes for the next week, I really do salute you. Another one on that level is an audio called “Tap In” by Dr Doofenshmirtz.

Once you listen to it, it’s over for you. You’ll be singing it in his dumb voice all day long and everyone will think you’re weird. But having said that, there is no denying that the song does kinda hit differently, and the dance that goes alongside it is actually really fun.

But where did Tap In by Dr Doofenshmirtz actually come from?

Here’s a compilation of people dancing to Tap In by Dr Doofenshmirtz on TikTok

If you’re not completely sure what’s going on here, you’ll definitely recognise the song after listening to this.

The full lyrics to the song in the TikTok audio are:

Heinz Doofenshmirtz: “Well I’ll be honest I don’t really understand, but I fell down this hill and I got glue on my hands, now I got records on my fingers, records on my fingers, I got records on my fingers and I just can’t stop.”

But did you know the TikTok audio actually comes from an episode of Phineas and Ferb? Yes, really

It’s a pretty weird song, so the fact that it came from a kids’ TV show might not be all that surprising. The song is from an episode of Phineas and Ferb and was actually released as a single in 2010. You can buy it on Amazon for 99p or as part of a full Phineas and Ferb album, if you want.

The full song is called “There’s a Platypus Controlling Me” and has over 3.6million YouTube hits. Here’s the full version of it:

Low key, Dr Doofenshmirtz slaps.

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