So many! Probably something by Victoria Wood, maybe 'Pam', 'Saturday Night', 'It Would Never Have Worked' or the most infamous one 'Barry and Freda (Let's Do It)
The Shirehorses too, 'Tony'. That's a close winner but I think because 'Saturday Night' emulates those around me and what I witness all the time just from browsing around town, it has to be 'Saturday Night' by Vic Wood.
And of course, Frank Sidebottom's 'Panic on The Streets of Timperley, 'Oh it's panic on the streets of Timperley, where the council came a chopped a great big tree down and I've just finished filming the new programme for the new fantastic shed shoooow.'
For lyrical content alone... The Human League: Empire State Human
Tall, tall, tall, I want to be tall, tall, tall
As big as a wall, wall, wall, as big as a wall, wall, wall
And if I'm not tall, tall, tall, then I will crawl, crawl, crawl
Because I'm not tall, tall, tall, tall, tall, tall, tall, tall
Tall, tall, tall, I want to be tall, tall, tall....
(round of applause for the Phil Oakey haircut)
or how about:
THE RUTLES - Cheese And Onions c.h.e.e.s.e.a.n.d.o.n.i.o.n.s. oh, ho, o, o.
man and machine, keep yourself clean!