Now that Dave The Spazz has thoughtfully lowered everyone's resistance to Homer & Jethro, at least for the moment, it seems like a fine time to post a couple of their songs that have been bouncing around my skull lately.
Gonna Send 'Em Home (2:03) - Homer & Jethro are not ones to wait silently and patiently for Beatlemania to die a natural death. Nope, instead they gleefully slam the Beatles with great gusto and eagerly anticipate their demise. The odd Beatles-esque production flourishes call to mind Gaylord's extensive series of posts about Fake Beatles.
Wanted For Murder (2:19) - Homer & Jethro confess to murdering the fine work of many songwriters in this autobiographical tune that brags about the fact that they've offended scores of tunesmiths with their irreverent parodies. Included is a mention of their rip on Frank Loesser's Baby It's Cold Outside, which was referenced in Dave's post (linked above).
The photo above on the left can be seen on the back of Homer & Jethro's 1964 Cornfucius Say LP, the record from which the anti-Beatles track Gonna Send 'Em Home was harvested.