Weird Al and Neil Young don't have very much in common, but they both wrote amazing songs called "Albuquerque." Both songs are about journeys to the New Mexico city and both see the city as a place to escape their troubles, and eat some food. Neil Young dug their fried eggs and country ham. Weird Al, predictably, delved deep into the cuisine. He sings about apple fritters, bear claws, Bavarian cream-filled donuts, sauerkraut and warm root beer. Also, Neil Young's "Albuquerque" is 4:02 and Weird Al's is 11:23. It's the longest song in his catalog and one of the craziest, but his fans love it and he's done it live in concert quite a bit.