In my groggy pre-sleep state last night, I thought, "Someone ought to write a catchy song that has all the things you should say to an officer to protect your rights, and those things should all be right there in the chorus. I know if I'm in a situation with police, I'm not going to be able to remember the statements by themselves, but if I have a tune I can sing in my head to remind myself, I'll be OK."
Yeah, keeeee-razy stuff that occurs to me in that state between sleep and wakefulness. However, it probably came to mind because earlier in the day I'd had "The Preposition Song" stuck in my head. That was a song I learned in about fifth grade so I'd know what all the prepositions were so I'd know which words not to use at the ends of sentences. It was to the tune of "The Farmer in the Dell."
"About above across, after against along, amid among around at atop before. Behind below beneath, beside between beyond, but by concerning, down during except. For from in, into like near, of off on, to toward under..."
Q: How many poets does it take to change a light bulb? A: 1001...one to change the bulb, 1000 to say it's already been done.