This song is against most of the things I stand for on this blog. And I love it.
You may need some context for this one: the “Oxford comma” is more likely to ring a bell under its other name, the “serial comma.” Both terms refer to the final comma in a series, the one that comes immediately before the “and”:
While the Oxford comma is not required, some believe that to leave it out is a silly, arbitrary, and unnecessary choice.
The song hasn’t been released as a single yet, but the grammarian elites have already started talking about it. Follow both links. They’re brilliant.
Full disclosure: I agree with the band (at least, their first line) on this one. I’m not made of stone, people.