Back again after a little sabbatical. Anyway, here are a couple I missed: The Streak I certainly remember this song, and the bemused reaction of my parents to the streaking phenomenon, but for some reason I always think this one came out more around 1976. Perhaps the trend hadn't entirely died out by then, who knows? Anyway, we kids loved stupid stuff like this. I recall having an entire album of novelty hits which included this song and stuff like They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha Haa. Lookit dat, lookit dat! was kind of a catch phrase with us for a time. Billy, Don't be a Hero This was another of the songs that my little brother really loved. His best friend was coincidentally named Billy, and so he got more than a little teasing because of this number. I know it's among the most hated songs of the era, but I think it's OK, a decent if unspectacular poppy number. In a way it's the anti-Green Berets; whereas that song celebrated a green beret hoping his son would follow in his footsteps (and die?), this song has the heroine pointedly reject Billy for sacrificing his life in a war. This was the tail end of the Vietnam War (technically over, but still ahead was the fall of Saigon), and a gung-ho song about war was probably not going to be a big seller in that era.