This is the single most inexplicable work of animation I've ever seen. This has grave meaning for anyone who knows just how much bad and obscure animation that I have suffered through. There are dozens of ways I could TRY to describe this cultural hematoma, but none would quite give it full justice. I'll just leave you, then, with one of many:
What if "Twinkle Nora Rock Me!" was produced by... *shudders* the Dutch?