From 1983, Jackson Browne goes Nuevo Wavo...
I must confess, I loved this song at the time and I still do. For one thing, unlike a lot of Browne's stuff, it doesn't suffer from (in Robert Christgau's immortal phrase) "Jackson Browne Syndrome, i.e. it's kinda boring." For another, the jump to wordless falsetto after the line "the mating cries of lawyers in love" completely cracks me up (as does the sight of the guy paddling the car). Plus, the "sha-la-las" in the middle add a nice Brill Building/doo-wop period touch, and the Procol Harum-ish piano/organ buildup just before the last verse is wonderful.
And of course, the whole thing about Russia being turned into vacationland for the titular LILs is frankly more than a tad prescient.
Oh hell, let's just cop to the fact that it's a very cool song and the vid stands up nicely.