"Feed Me Jack: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying an" as written by and Albert Hammond Jr.....
Won't you feed me Jack
Won't you feed me Jack

It's not too late
To see you smile
It's not too late
To stay for awhile
Watch all the trees
And what they do
And all those leaves
The fall onto you

Won't you feed me Jack
Won't you feed me Jack

In my mind
That's what we do
Fall asleep
I lay on you
Look at all the change we've made
All the places
We once played

Won't you feed me Jack
Won't you feed me Jack

It's not too late
To see your smile
It's not too late
To stay for awhile
Watch all the trees
And what they do
And all those leaves
The fall onto you

Won't you feed me Jack
Won't you feed me Jack
Won't you feed me Jack
Won't you feed me Jack
You always feed me Jack


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"Feed Me Jack or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Peter Sellers" as written by Albert Hammond Jr.

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    General CommentJust watched Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb.

    In this movie, this is a quote from a scene: "You with the old gun, and me with the belt and the ammo, feeding you Jack! Feed me, you said, and I was feeding you, Jack."

    Peter Sellers is the star of Dr. Strangelove, actually playing 3 major characters.

    scarlon April 29, 2011   Link
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    My InterpretationI have no idea what this song means. Maybe it means that he's living in the imaginary with his ex or something? And since she's gone, all he does is think about her and made-up scenarios with him and her in them. "Feed me jack" maybe means give him nothing because he's fine where he is and does not worry when he thinks like this
    cicommecaon March 13, 2010   Link

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