I have examples of both from the collected songs of Weezer. Not really my thing, that band, but they're on at least three of the radio stations I listen to so I abide them.
Fake Clever is the opening couplet of Weezer's "Pork and Beans" (a title I've never liked, but I digress), and that couplet is
They say I need some Rogaine to put in my hairSounds clever, doesn't it? I feel it's not. I think it's a reach, to find a rhyme for "hair," and not an organically written lyric. Also, I guess I've never worn a
Working out at the gym to fit my underwear
Real clever? I'd say it's the rhyme in "Troublemaker" -- a song that gets its humor from the rather non-demonstrative Rivers Cuomo going all "I am a Golden God of rock" but in a completely deadpan way -- that goes
Gonna be a star, and people will crane necksI had NEVER thought to rhyme "necks" and "sex." And for them thinking of that, I salute them. That, I'd say, is clever. Well done.
To get a glimpse of me and see if I am having sex