“Let This Be a Lesson to You (Drunk Driver)” Tommy Ellison Atlanta International Records (1990) The harrowing story of deadly car crash with a twisted ending.
I loved this song as a kid in 1967. John Fred and His Playboys “Judy in Disguise (with Glasses)” This puke-green psycho-billy, titty shaker sleeve from Denmark is misleading as the song is a kind of bubblegum knock-off of “Lucy in the Skies with Diamonds”. The California Records label also a bit odd!
Lemonade pie with a brand new car.
Cantalope eyes come to me tonight
Judy in disguise with glasses.
A late career cover illustration from David Stone Martin (1981) for the Flip Fhillips album “Flipenstein” on Progressive Records The titles of the eight songs all have something to do with monsters of one sort or another. Three standards — “Satin Takes a Holiday,” “Witchcraft” and “Ghost of a Chance” — are joined by five tunes written by Phillips; Vampire’s Dream,” “Dracula’s Dance,” “Ghoul of My Dreams,” “Hangman’s Noose” and “The Claw.”