Yesterday it was suggested to me by my friend Jim that some of the lyrics to Sir William Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire" lend themselves quite nicely to nonsensical drawings, assuming you remove some commas.
For example, "Ole Miss, John Glenn..." If you mix up the syllabic emphasis in that phrase to sound like "Old Miss John Glenn" then you get something that sounds like a combination between a famous American astronaut and a southern belle.
Although, as I was drawing this I realized that "Old Miss John Glenn" sounds more like, well, and old miss. So I did this...
Josh said this was creepy. D'awww... that man can flatter with the best of them.