In the Eddie Murphy/Dan Aykroyd movie Trading Places there’s a scene where Louis shows up at the tennis club to try to borrow some money from his former friends. Meanwhile the boys are singing a song in close harmony, about making it with a series of girls who all seem to have very preppie type names, in various locations. Although to give an even truer flavor of Northeastern upper class authenticity, I would have thrown in a “Campbell” and “Bailey” as well, giving a nod to the upper Northeastern custom of christening girls with family names.
I’m sorry, I can’t remember the lyrics well enough to quote them; you’d have to have seen the movie if you’re going to be much help here.
And while we’re at it, what is The Wiffenpoof Song?