Ogden Nash was best known for surprising, pun-like rhymes, sometimes with words deliberately mis-spelled for comic effect.
Side One :-
1) Kind of an Ode to Duty 2) Portriat of the Artist as a Prematurely Old Man 3) Goodbye, Old year, You Oaf (or Why Don't They Pay the Bonus ? ) 4) Geddondillo 5) Watchman, What of the First First Lady ? 6) Song for a Temperature of a Hundred and One 7) Medusa and the Mot Juste 8) A Beginner's Guide to the Ocean 9) The Terrible People 10) I Don't Mean us, Except Occasionally 11) That Reminds Me 12) The Evening Out 13) Don't Grin, or You'll Have to Bear It 14) I Remember Yule
Side Two :-
1) Spring Song 2) Bankers are Just Like Anyody Else, Except Richer 3) I Do, I Will, I Have 4) How do You Say "Ha-Ha" in French 5) What to do Until the Doctor Goes (or It's Tomorrow Than You Think) 6) The Polterguest, My Polterguest 7) Piano Tuner, Untune Me that Tune 8) Thoughts Thought After a Bridge Party 9) Mr Bett's Mind a Kingdom Is 10) Allow Me, Madam, but it Won't Help 11) You and Me and P B Shelley 12) The Strange Case of Mr Ormantude's Bride 13) How to be Married Without a Spouse (or Mr Kipling, What Have You Done with Mrs Hauksbee ?) 14) Sping Comes to Murray Hill
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