A commercial jingle on TV and/or radio in Rochester from ca. 1975-1985. According to those who remember it, the song went like this: "Stick it, in your pocket, stick it in your pocket, STICK IT IN YOUR POCKET" with the final statement sung louder in a much lower key. The word pocket was pronounced "paw-kit". Probably a local car dealership ad, perhaps Chevrolet, though we are not 100% sure and are hoping to find confirmation or even better, a recording. The thing that you were sticking in your pocket was the money you were saving. Please help!