The music is computer-based, spastic and really only music in the technical sense (think radio jingle); the lyrics are unintelligible and, more to the point, unintelligent (peanut butter and jelly and a baseball bat!
); and the overall effect is juvenile, alien and as undeserving of its existence as a Hilton sister. But the famed "Peanut Butter and Jelly Song" won over more than a few 95.7 listeners this past year, forcing Z Morning Zoo
personalities Dave and Shorty to call its number on a regular basis and (perhaps to deflect requests) link the "tune" to their Web site. Like Anna Nicole Smith, Good Charlotte and PT Cruisers, the "Peanut Butter and Jelly Song" once again proves there's no guessing when it comes to the tastes of an American audience, especially one masochistic enough to endure morning radio.