In late 1993 The Flaming Lips released the song "She Don't Use Jelly" from the album Transmissions from The Satellite Heart. It is their biggest radio hit to date. It's the band's only song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #55. It also reached #9 on the Alternative Songs chart.
Wayne Coyne said, "The song came to me very quickly, and I thought it was sort of funny."
The lyrics are funny, silly really, they describe a girl who "thinks of ghosts" and puts vaseline on toast, a guy who "goes to shows" and uses magazines to blow his nose, and another girl that "reminds [the track's narrator] of Cher" and uses tangerines to make her hair orange.
The song became popular after being featured on MTV's Beavis and Butt-head almost a year after the album's release.
The Flaming Lips "She Don't Use Jelly" 1993
They even earned a guest spot on 90210