I believe the couplet "And where there used to be some shops... is where the snipers sometimes hide" from The Lebanon by the Human League was once voted the "worst lyric of all time",
but I actually rather like it.
HL are great for that kind of thing. I particularly like:
A crow and a baby
Had an affair
(Crow and a Baby: Travelogue)
and, from the same album:
All I could see was the B-side of the disc which had assumed a doughnut shape with the label on the outside rim. I reached for the arm which was less than one micron long but weighed more than Saturn...
(The Black Hit of Space)
And let's not forget that song about silkworms. Wonderful stuff, and I couldn't hate it if I tried, but I expect a lot of folk would find it plain rubbish. And then go and listen to Black Eyed Peas.