Pie-In-the-Face Polka by Henry Mancini and His Orchestra (from In the Pink: the Ultimate Collection, BMG, 1995)
Upholding the great Leutonian tradition of dancing vivaciously with one’s partner, and then…well you know. Pie in the face. Funny.
New York Rangers Goal Song (from YouTube)
Appropriately hockeyish, wouldn’t you say?
Skinny Dippin’ by Robby and Friends (from Skinny Dipping, The Orchard, 2000)
Why the apostrophe in the song title, but not in the album title? And furthermore, why does the record cover feature a person swimming but not skinny dipping? Or dippin‘? Or whatever. I am vexed.
My Old Kentucky Home by Doc Severinsen (from Doc Severinsen and Friends-from the Archives, Essential Media Group, 2010)
Shot Gun Wedding by Garner Wayne (from The Best of Garner Wayne and His Saddle Pals, K-Tel, 2008)
K-Tel. You know you’ve made it when you’re on K-Tel. Actually, I’m on K-Tel (really!), but I haven’t yet made it.
A Professional Gun by Ennio Morricone (from Il Mercenario Soundtrack, GDM, 2006)
I don’t like the le motif working here…