"We are Russian gremlins/Up in the sky we're found..."
"Kill da wabbit, kill da wabbit, kill da wabbit..."
"HELLO MAH BABY HELLO MAH HONEY HELLO MAH RAGTIME GAL SEND ME A KISS BAH WIRE BABEH MAH HEARTS ON FIRAH IF YOU REFUSE ME HONAH YA LOSE ME AND YOU'LL BE LEFT ALONE OH BABAH TELEPHONE AND TELL ME I'M YA OWN!"
"EVERYBODY DO THE MICHIGAN RAAAAAAAGG!!"
"I love to sing-a, about the moon-a and the June-a and the spring-a..."
Is it me, of does that song sound suspiciously similar to Tom Lehrer's "The Irish Ballad"?
They're simply written in the same rather common metre; the best known example is probably the Nightmare Song from Iolanthe.
They parodied "The Macarena" with "Macadamia Nut". Some might say a little too well...
And, of course, the President Song.
"Be Careful What You Eat." Once you realize, that that's the frickin' can can, it just won't ever leave.
Cuckoo clock/ Tick-tick-tock/ Piece of chalk/ Key and lock/ Oh, du schöne/Oh, du schöne/ Oh, du schöne/ Schnitzelbank!
Let us introduce ourselves O people of this land!/ We are the Warner Brothers/ With Sister close at hand!/ I bet you all are wondering, who is this young unknown?/ And why am I inheriting the Anvilanian throne?
What are We: Maybe we are dogs/ Cute little dogs/ With ears/ And little tails that we can wag/ Hey! Let's go fetch his slippers and play tag!