This is a song from 1977 called "Ariel" by Dean Friedman. It hung around the charts for five months and reached as high as #26 on Billboard. It has the distinction of being the only top 40 song in history that mentions Paramus, New Jersey. For that alone it should have its own wing in the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame.
There was also some controversy when the record label wanted to remove the words "Jewish girl" from the lyrics, worried that its inclusion would hurt sales. I imagine other executives of the label wanted "Paramus" removed as well. I mean, there must be a reason it's never mentioned in any other Top 40 hit. Anyway, level heads and threats from the Jewish Defense League won out.
All that aside, I find it an infectious song with clever lyrics. Fun social commentary AND you can dance to it.