As a satire on the then-current Beatles' song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds," John Fred and His Playboy offered this song in the 1960's. The lyrics are nonsense, but so was the old Beatles song:
Judy in disguise, well that's what you are Lemonade pies with a brand new car Cantaloupe eyes come to me tonight Judy in disguise, with glasses
Keep a-wearing your bracelets and your new rara* Cross your heart with your living bra Chimney sweep sparrow with guise Judy in disguise, with glasses
Come to me tonight, come to me tonight Taking everything in sight Except for the strings on my kite
Judy in disguise, hey that's what you are Lemonade pie, hey got your brand new car Cantaloupe eyes come to me tonight Judy in disguise, with glasses
Come to me tonight, come to me tonight Taking everything in sight, except for the strings to my kite
(Oh, uh oh, uhhh)
Judy in disguise, what you aiming for A circus of horrors, yea yea, well that's what you are You made me a life of ashes I guess I'll just take your glasses.
This is offered just for fun after a tensing and possibly disappointing week for a lot of folk. It has a nice tempo and horns.
John Fred Gorrier was a musician and song writer from Baton Rouge. He co-wrote this with Andrew Bernard. Apparently, John Fred and the Playboy Band was a one-hit wonder group. This one made number 1 in the U.S., Germany, and Switzerland. It peaked at number 3 in Britain and Ireland.