From the 1967 RCA Victor LP compilation 1928...
...please enjoy the wonderfully goofy Irving Aaronson and His Commanders and their inimitable rendition of Cole Porter's Jazz Age paean to boinking -- "Let's Misbehave."
1928, of course, is the year the Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries -- the TV show/obsession of mine that inspired this entire week's worth of postings, is set in. In fact, RCA did a bunch of similar compilations of music from the 20s around the time of this one, and they're not all that different from the Miss Fisher soundtrack album. You may recall that there was a brief vogue for that sort of thing in the mid-60s, mostly inspired by The New Vaudeville Band's execrable hit "Winchester Cathedral," so I assume they were trying to cash in. I actually owned a copy of this album, for reasons that now escape me.
On the other hand, I was tickled when Aaronson's record turned up five years later as the opening credit music in Woody Allen's Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, accompanying a montage of rabbits doing what rabbits do best.
I should also add that another hilarious cut from the album -- the Leo Reisman Orchestra's version of "I Kiss Your Hand Madame" -- is so effete it makes "Let's Misbehave" sound like Black Sabbath.
Back in the day, I actually memorized all the lyrics to the song, and would sing it -- for no earthly reason -- at the drop of a hat. My friends -- and it's a wonder, in retrospect, that I even had any -- were not, how shall I say, amused.