I have a favorite memory from about twenty years ago, when I was monitoring a California station and the male/female morning team aired the 1967 Supremes hit "Love Is Here and Now You're Gone" (no "Diana Ross &" for the Motown trio until later in '67).
You don't have to know the song to be able to tell from its title that there's some tension going on in the story line. There's about a six or seven second introduction (where the phenomenal James Jamerson, Jr. plays standup bass), leading to the chorus that begins the tune. This gives the woman announcer a bit of time to tell the radio audience that they'd be doing the weather or whatever in a few minutes.
So she says something like, "Here are the Supremes with..." and it's quickly evident that she didn't realize that the song is about a promising love relationship gone sour.
The female DJ reads the unfamiliar song title and says, " 'Love Is Here and Now You're...Gone'??? Whaaaat???"
Live radio! So funny!