"Cirkus" has "'Worship!' cried the clown, 'I am a TV' ... bareback ladies have fish."
"Indoor Games" has "Each afternoon you train baboons to sing"
In "Happy Family", just about every lyric cracks me up.
From the title track, "Bolero: The Peacock's Tale" - After a Sweet Dreams Fuel laden intro, the band proceeds to reprise the previous section, the moody "Prince Rupert Awakes", as a Rat Pack-styled swing.
"Happy With What You Have To Be Happy with", oh god...
"Indiscipline" has in its spoken-word narration "I repeat myself when under stress, I repeat myself when under stress, I repeat myself when under stress..."
Back in the 1970s, some of Robert Fripp's onstage announcements (as documented on live albums like The Night Watch and The Great Deceiver) are extremely dry, the more so because of his mild-mannered West Country voice.
Robert Fripp's reaction to a stressed out Adrian Belew kicking him out of a studio during the Beat sessions: "so much for me bring the leader of King Crimson."
"Elephant Talk" contains some of the funniest lyrics ever written. It also helps that Adrian Belew sounds like David Byrne from Talking Heads.