Tonight's Moment of Zappa: Camarillo Brillo, performed by Zappa Plays Zappa, with Napoleon Murphy Brock on vocals and Dweezil Zappa on lead guitar. (Not sure when this show was but the video was uploaded in early 2008.)
This song may have my all-time favorite rhyme scheme. I'm not inherently opposed to slant rhyme, but when I hear a song that, say, pretends that "asses", "laughin'", "drastic", and "hazard" are all words that rhyme with each other, it just feels like lazy amateur-hour shit. This song rhymes "poncho" with "un-concho". Beat that.
A couple of days ago I looked at G-Spot Tornado and Cletus Awreetus-Awrightus as examples of Frank's genius as a composer, absent any lyrics at all. Camarillo Brillo highlights his genius as a lyricist and his talent with the English language.