"Horizontally speaking, he's at his very best."
-Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered
This is a lyric I'm guessing most of you have never heard from a song I would guess many of you know. It's in the third or fourth verse, I believe. The song comes from Pal Joey, but it was a huge pop hit, too. Sinatra and co. rarely recorded more than one verse (and that lyric wouldn't have made it past the censors anyway) but when I heard the complete song it cracked me up. It goes on to say, "He's slept enough, he's kept enough and yet, where it counts, he's adept enough." Good times!