First up is a song based on the well-known song "Three Little Words" (Ella Fitzgerald recorded it, amongst others). It's about someone who bites into a rather dubious apple and it's called
"Three Little Worms" (get the idea?)
Next is one about a guy who wants to take his girlfriend to Brighton for the weekend. He wants to impress her, but unfortunately he forgets that it's August Bank Holiday weekend and there's not a hotel room available in Brighton for love nor money, so he's forced to book a room at a hotel in Brighton's slightly less glamorous neighbour to the west, so he reluctantly has to tell his girlfriend,
"I Can't Give You Anything But Hove."
Then there's one about the privations caused by meat rationing during the war. Based loosely on a George and Ira Gershwin song, it's called
"Nice Pork If You Can Get It."
Finally there's the one about the guy who sells goods at various street markets. He sells whatever he can turn over at a profit. One day he gets a good price on a job lot of sheepskin boots from Australia. During transit water got into the container they were being shipped in. Most of the shoe boxes were damaged but he was able to salvage most of the boots, but they were all jumbled up. His wife asked him how he was going to get them to market, and he suddenly remembered a huge wicker container he had bought from the Post Office, so he told her:
"I'm Putting All My Uggs In One Basket"
So, see what others you can come up with.