Jo Stafford was, in every way, the exact opposite of Ms. Jenkins, she was famous for, not only having a beautiful voice but having an unusually good ear and an advanced knowledge of harmony. It was one of the things that made her one of the most respected professional jazz-pop crossover singers of her time.
But she also had a side-line as "Darlene Edwards" working with "Jonathan Edwards," Paul Weston, which showed that when you knew what you were doing, the results were funnier. Here are a few of their musical collaborations.
I could never, no matter how hard I tried sing that off, I don't think I could play that on a clarinet and I can barely make a noise on one.
I Love Paris