Just heard this song on the radio and I decided to look it up once I heard prohibition in the lyrics. This song really speaks a lot about the war on drugs today and how stupid it has become. It was written in 1928 during the alcohol prohibition I believe, and is most likely referring to that (although, if it's lyrics are arguing alcohol, I cant necessarily agree that people should use it everyday to make them happier, but each to his own). Theres a few different versions, here is the more popular one on youtube. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5e3w36cjKY]"Crazy Rhythm" ('Whispering' Jack Smith, 1928) - YouTube[/ame] Lyrics: Crazy rhythm, here's the doorway I'll go my way, you'll go your way Crazy rhythm, from now on We're through. Here is where we have a showdown I'm too high-hat, you're too low-down Crazy rhythm, here's goodbye to you! They say that when a high-brow meets a low-brow Walkin' along Broadway Lyrics www.allthelyrics.com/lyrics/tea_for_two_soundtrack/ Soon the high-brow He has no brow Ain't it a shame? And you're to blame What's the use of prohibition? You produce the same condition Crazy rhythm, from now on, we're through Crazy rhythm, I've gone crazy What is the use of prohibition anyway?