Today in Heritage History, May 22, 1965, the song Super-cali-fragil-istic-expi-ali-docious from the movie Mary Poppins hits #66 on Billboards Top 100. The country and western version done by Waylon Jennings where Mary Poppins leaves the children who resort to nanny beating, violent crime, and spend the rest of their lonely miserable lives in prison (where even a spoonful of sugar won’t help that medicine go down) hits #32.