This husband and wife act — he's not actually named Allen and she's not actually named Grier — work like the songs from "A Mighty Wind," if those songs were actually funny. It's surprising to think an album this funny was released in 1963, because it ably spoofs gays, teenage mothers and drug addicts in ways you didn't think were legal before the sexual revolution.
Here's a sample from my favorite, "Snoot Full of Snow," a peppy love song to narcotics.
Your my spoon of sugarIn a close run for second is "Celebrities Cake Walk," the lyrics of which I may post if I ever get time to listen to the song closely enough to write them down.
And you're my poppy seed
Let's connect together
Inhaling local weed
DO IT NOW!
EDIT 10.11.2006: Months later, I finally got around to getting the lyrics to "Celebrities Cake Walk" up. They're in the post "Like a Lollabrigida Over Ethel Waters."