"My Name Is Jack" as written by and John Simon....
My name is Jack and I live in the back of the grand'a Garbo home
With friends I will remember wherever I may roam
And my name is Jack and I live in the back
Of the Greta Garbo home for wayward boys and girls

We all love Jack ,we live in the back
Of the Greta Garbo home for wayward boys and girls
There goes Fred with his hands on his head cause he thinks he's heard the bomb
And here comes Superman who really puts it on

There's lots of fun and I love to run up and down the stairs
I make as much noise as I want and no one ever cares
And my name is Jack and I live in the back
Of the Greta Garbo home for wayward boys and girls

We all love Jack ,we live in the back
Of the Greta Garbo home for wayward boys and girls
There's Carl over there with his funny old hair and he's never sad at all
And when he I grow up I want to run as fast as my friend Paul

There's the prettiest girl in the whole wide world and her name is Melody Mend
And here comes ma with brother Tom who's probably my best friend
Well ,Tom is my best friend ,my best friend ,well ,Tom is my best friend
And my name is Jack and I live in the back

Of the Greta Garbo home for wayward boys and girls
We all love Jack ,we live in the back
Of the Greta Garbo home for wayward boys and girls
My name is Jack and I live in the back of the grand'a Garbo home

(We all love Jack) and I live in the back (we live in the back)
In the back of the Greta Garbo home for wayward boys and girls
And my name is Jack (we all love Jack) and I live in the back (we live in the back)
In the back of the Greta Garbo home for wayward boys and girls
My name is Jack and I live in the back
My name is Jack and I live in the back


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"My Name Is Jack" as written by John Simon

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