From Robin Thicke's Something Else--which I actually like quite a bit, overall--comes this contender for most unintentionally funny line of the year, one that, every time I hear it, I can't help but think, "really?". 
It's from "Dreamworld", which, I guess, is Thicke's updated version of "Imagine", i.e., it's full of very earnest wishes for what would make our world a little better. And it's this specific line, which you should read as if it's prefixed with, "wouldn't it be great if...":
Energy would just fall down right from the sky, yeah
Which, the first time I heard it, I was like, "hmm?" And then, the second time, I was like, "but... it does!"
And then I started second-guessing myself, sure that Thicke must mean something more profound, like: wouldn't it be great if we used all of the energy coming from the sun rather than being depressingly dependent upon foreign oil?
And that was when I realized that I'd spent far too much time thinking about Robin Thicke and his lack of knowledge about how things work.
 And thanks to Anil for reminding me of this yesterday.