Happy Ides of March! The thing that popped into my head about this today is a one-hit-wonder Vehicle, which hit #2 in 1970, as it was by a band called the Ides of March (I'm very big on 70's pop music). According to Wikipedia, the lyricist says "I got the idea from one of these anti-drug pamphlets they distributed in a school. It was very tongue-in-cheek." But it's hard to view this as anything but a super-creepy autobiography of a child-molester. Is it just me? Here's the first verse:
I know, right? Beware the Ides of March indeed!
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