Noval song-poems are often an offbeat treat. The one's I typically enjoy feature half-assed musical performances of lyrics which are badly suited to the backing provided, sung by a guy who has problems staying on pitch. Today's feature, however, has a decent, if journeyman-like bluesy jazz backing, and the singing is considerably better than I'd have expected.
In this case, it's the lyric that makes me grin, every time I hear it. I won't spoil the source of the argument thta's central to that lyric - you should get to discover that yourself - but I will say that I cannot anyone imagine a major argument ("for most an hour"), over the disagreement described here (especially given that the singer states he will "do anything for you")
At 100 seconds or so, this is one of the shorter song-poems you'll hear. Also please note that the entire song has only eight lines of lyrics, some of which are repeats of earlier lines.
The flip side, "You" is about as creative and interesting as is its title. Again, there are minimal lines to this song, stretched out at a snail's pace, again across about 100 seconds of music: