While doing research for Classic Lunch Menu's, we came across some stuff that falls between coincidence and the stretching of your imagination. Here ya go...

Scarborough, ME (Population: 20,352; Zip Code 04070, 04074) / "Scarborough Fair" - Simon & Garfunkel (1966; LP: Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme). One of S&G's prettiest even if it is a traditional folk ballad from the Middle Ages...

Paris, ME (Pop.: 5,187; Zip 04271) / "Free Man In Paris" - Joni Mitchell (1974; LP: Court and Spark). Of course, it's on her most commercially successful selling album...

Mexico , ME (Pop.: 2,681; Zip 04257) / "Going To Mexico" - The Steve Miller Band (1970; LP: Number 5). One of the Space Cowboy's most rockin' psychedelic-blues infusions. The echoey vocals and saucy riffage have been known to induce goose-bumps on the unsuspecting. Plus Steve Miller used to be cool before "The Joker"...

Corinna, ME (Pop.: 2,140; Zip 04928) / "Corinna, Corinna" - Bob Dylan (1963, LP: The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan). Not so unbelievably, it's on the same album that features the original studio versions of "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall", "Girl From The North Country", "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" and "Masters Of War". Get your copy a.s.a.p....

Washburn, ME (Pop.: 1,687; Zip 04786) / "D.W. Washburn" - The Monkees (1968; Non-album single release). Actually a cover of an old Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller classic first recorded by The Coasters...

Freedom, ME (Pop.: 722; Zip 04941) / "Find The Cost Of Freedom" - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (1971; LP: 4 Way Street). Appropriately, one of the smallest towns matches up with the shortest song in the CSNY catalog...

Lagrange, ME (Pop.: 677; Zip 04453) / "La Grange" - ZZ Top (1973; LP: Tres Hombres). Too obvious to not make the list, really....