One of the snappiest drug songs of the '30s, Cab Calloway's "Reefer Man," has made it to YouTube. Prairie Home Companion fans will note that it shares a melody with Garrison Keillor's little jingle for powdermilk biscuits. The tune probably predates both songs, but I still have to wonder about the "whole wheat" in Keillor's fictional product ("to give shy persons the strength to get up and do what needs to be done").
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