My Baby Elf is the 18th Silly Songs with Larry.
Ear-a-Corn (dressed as Elvis Presley) sings a song about an elvish girl, whose disdain for Ear-a-Corn is mistranslated by him as compliments.
Announcer: And now it's time for Silly Songs with Elves, the part of the show where Ear-A-Corn comes out and sings a Silly Song for elves.
Larry: I asked my baby, my baby elf. A couple questions about myself. If I was handsome, if I was nice. I was lookin' for her advice. She looked at me and shook her head, and this is what she said:
Elf: (Subtitles: Do I know you? What did you say? Green one go away! Be silent! Green one! Green one go away! Go kiss a Spork! Stop that! Help!)
Larry: She yelled so loud, she hurt my ears. My eyes all welled up full of tears. But I don't mind none, 'cause she's my elf. My elfity, babity, babity, babity, babity, babity, babity elf. When I go walkin' all by myself, I'm busy thinkin' about my elf. I keep her picture upon my shelf. I'm always dreamin' about my elf. I won't forget the way that she says those words to me.
Elf: (Subtitles: When do you leave? Much wind pours from your mouth! Do you feel well? Are you finished? Be silent! I leave now to do laundry.)
Larry: Don't know exactly what she said, just know it kinda hurts my head. I'll take an Aspirin, 'cause she's my elf. My elfity, babity, boopity, babity, babity...
Jimmy: (cuts Larry off) Hold on a minute!
Larry: Huh? What? What? What? What are you doin'? (Jimmy pulls off Larry's fake elf ears) Ouch! Hey!
Jimmy: I knew it, I knew it!
Jimmy: You should be ashamed of yourself. You're no elf, you're an elvish impersonator! You sicken me, deceitful one!
(Jimmy takes Larry's guitar)
Larry: Oh, right. Like you're a real elf. Give the gourd a bow and arrow and he's a real elf!
Announcer: This has been Silly Songs for Elves.
Jimmy: Behold, Leg-O-Lamb! Have at thee, my bow shall sing with your pompadour!
Larry: Don't you point that thing at me! Help!
- An Elvis (Elvish) impersonator is a term for someone who impersonates the late Elvis Presley. This started in the mid '50s.
- This is the first Silly Song that's in the same setting as the story.
- This is also the first Silly Song not to feature the countertop at all.
- The font used for the elf translation is Papyrus.
- The broken relationship between Ear-a-Corn and the elf lady makes fun of Aragorn and Arwen's chemistry in Lord of the Rings.