I think the entire lyrical content of Electric by Lisa Scott-Lee fits this bill. I think it’s a fun song, but in my opinion the lyrics are weirdly humorous. From start to finish, it’s a barrage of sexually-charged electricity puns, with the chorus starting strong with its first line: “Duracell got nothing on me”.
It’s probably a bit too vulgar, but I’d mention old Eskimo Callboy, especially Crystals.
For example, 2 Fat 2 Furious Lyrics. Despite the cringe pop themes on surface the irony is kinda funnily absurd and it always raises my mood on the contrast with the shameful content of the song itself. And, well, the cover of the album…
Whoaaa, yes, the infinite field of obscure Japanese media! The UltimateRiff’s MV immediately reminded me of everything IOSYS, like エンドレス・てゐマパーク from 東方メレンゲ少女夜行. The majority of the lyrics is just rabbit Tewi singing the first syllable of her name as “tetetetetetetete tetetetetetetete tettetetetetetete— tetetette—”.
Here I come, rougher than Knuckles
The best of them, tougher than Knuckles
You can call me Knuckles, unlike Knuckles I don’t chuckle
I’d rather flex my Knuckles
I’m hard as Knuckles, it ain’t hard to chuckle
I break 'em down whether they’re Knuckles or Knuckles
Unlike Knuckles I’m independent since my first chuckle
First Knuckles, feel the Knuckles, than the Knuckle chuckle
it’s far more crass than his poetry but it carries the same flow. it’s really neat stuff! I recommend “Bury Me in my Shades” or “It Does Not Pay to be Hip”. he also wrote for Johnny Cash (my favorite lame fun fact about Cash, actually)
also this song rocks! i’ve never heard it but 18 minutes is a hell of a travel