'A Spoonful of Sugar' by Harry Connick, Jr.
Harry Connick, Jr., is famous for his swing- and jazz-influenced arrangements of old standards. His 2001 album "Songs I Heard" puts a little twist on this formula; all of the songs come from musicals and films that Connick listened to and loved when he was a boy.
"A Spoonful of Sugar" comes from "Mary Poppins" and describes how chores can actually be fun. Any fan of the classic Disney film, young or old, will appreciate this rollicking Dixieland version.