My parents had a very limited music collection. Two Pete Seeger albums, a Four Tops album I never listened to, two Christmas albums (Burl Ives and Goodyear), Debussy's La Mer, and the soundtrack for My Fair Lady. No one ever had to out My Fair Lady on the turntable because I whenever I was alone in the house I would a) do somersaults in the family room and b) sing all the parts to My Fair Lady.
I love show tunes. The only other genre that outs as much effort into the words is musical satire. When I found out that the library loaned out albums I brought home every Tom Lehrer album and kept them out for half a year. (Also, I just checked: I still remember every word of The chorus of Vatican Rag.)
So, there's this new show out there, Crazy Ex Girlfriend, that is essentially a sitcom, but twice an episode they do a musical production number with clever lyrics. I think so far this one's my favorite:
I would recommend it. Now that the female lead won a Golden Globe, I doubt it will be cancelled. If you can tolerate the commercials, you can go to CW.com and binge watch the first eight half hour episodes.