You would recognize the former as the melody to "Love Me Tender", which Audrey knows the lyrics to because we have a picture book that uses them as its text. The pictures in that book tell the story of the relationship between a little girl and her father. So I had a little fantasy after my father passed away that Audrey would play "Love Me Tender" at his wake, because I now so associate it with that father/daughter picture book.
And indeed there was a piano in the room where my father was waked. But I knew that Audrey would never have played on cue, or if she did she'd bust out some inappropriate improv'd lyrics or, even worse, launch into "Aunt Rhody" which concludes with the line "Go tell Aunt Rhody the old gray goose is dead". Put a stake through that fantasy.
Speaking of making up lyrics, after playing these songs eleventy million times even Audrey got bored with them and started customizing them. She alternately recaps her day, airs grievances, noodles over her turn-ons/offs, and tells her therapists where they can go.
This little ditty is called "What Do I Like?". Spoiler alert! She likes kitties.
This one is