This popped into my head about 5 minutes ago. Don't know why. Sort of like remembering the theme song to 'Gilligan's Island', I suppose.

This was part of the old Golden Horseshoe Review. Fulton Burley would be singing 'Clancey Lowered the Boom' and would interrupt his song to tell a few jokes. Here is one of them:

I was walking down the street the other day and ran into a friend. "Sean! I haven't seen you in years!" I said.

"Oh, I got married," he said.

"Oh, that's good," I said.

"No, that's bad," he said. "She's pretty ugly."

"Oh, that's bad," I said.

"No, that's good," he said. "She's got quite a bit o' money."

"Oh, that's good," I said.

"No, that's bad," he said. "She won't give me a dime of it."

"Oh, that's bad," I said.

"No, that's good," he said. "She built a grand house with ten servants!"

"Oh, that's good," I said.

"No, that's bad," he said. "It burned down last week."

"Oh, that's bad," I said.

"No, that's good," he said. "She was in it."