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The Dr. Demento Show #88-15 - April 10, 1988

Religion And Politics Ya-Ta-Ta! Ya-Ta-Ta! (Bleeped Version) - Scott Beach [played before opening]
Special Topic: holding the national convention of the Demented Party

Elmer Fudd Sings Bruce Springsteen ("Fire") - Robin Williams
The Laughing Gnome - David Bowie
Once - Mitch Friedman
Another One Rides The Bus - "Weird Al" Yankovic
Where The Hell Is Bill? - Camper Van Beethoven

The Fruit Song - Martin Mull
30,000 Pounds Of Bananas - Harry Chapin

I Hold Your Hand In Mine (original studio version) - Tom Lehrer
Your Feet's Too Big - Fats Waller
Teenage Lobotomy - Ramones
Deteriorata - National Lampoon

C.P.A. - The Pretensions
H. & R. Crock - John Mammoser
I Paid My Income Tax Today (excerpt) - Danny Kaye
Six Jerks In A Jeep - Andrews Sisters
So Long, Mom (A Song For World War III) - Tom Lehrer
I'm Not Home Right Now - Cheech & Chong

Alvin For President - David Seville & The Chipmunks (Alvin, Simon & Theodore)
Elvis Presley For President (excerpt) - Lou Monte
Ringo For President (excerpt) - Rolf Harris
High Hopes With Jack Kennedy - Frank Sinatra
We'll Ride With Nixon (excerpt) - Pied Pipers
Keep Cool And Keep Coolidge - from Presidential Campaign Songs: Sing Along With Millard Fillmore
Sophie Tucker For President (edit) - Sophie Tucker

Jordan For President (excerpt) - Louis Jordan
Miss Piggy For President (excerpt) - The Cincinnati Dancing Pigs
Snoopy For President (excerpt) - The Royal Guardsmen
Pooh For President (excerpt) - Larry Groce w/ Sterling Holiday
Two Cows - Pat Paulsen
Get Out And Vote (edit) - Johnny Standley w/ Jimmy Sheldon's Orchestra

#5 The Way You Make Me Squeel - Bud LaTour
#4 Elvis Is Everywhere (album version) - Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper

#3 Existential Blues - Tom "T-Bone" Stankus
#2 They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! - Napoleon XIV

#1 The Contra Rap - Rich Little

next week: horse races