The Easy Speading Plastic By-Products
I genuinely enjoyed some of the advertising music of the times, you see. One of my favorites was from NUCOA margarine. That goo was absolute plastic, the product was. But the song was great ... they were pitched as a "new" "co" (you know, they'd invented this product out of paint by-products and plopped in something else you wouldn't care to know about, but it was very highly engineered and for human consumption). And even the advertising song boasted its sophisticated manufacturing prowess: It was like a marching song (go to the store and buy some!! they commanded) and had big long words, the kinds my friends in school would use in every day conversations ...
"It's the new ubiquitious comestible, it's so digestible ... "
So later I could sing about plastique effectively, "It's the new ubiquitious combustable ... " and my generational cohorts would catch on, because we'd all seen that commercial as kids, back when I was helping with peace skits (that the newspapers would call anti-war skits).
And in those early days, Frank who always totally understood about such things, would write songs like "Kill for Peace".