"My Name Is Larry" as written by and Fischer....
My name is Larry
My name is Larry
I have a mother,
Her name is Mother.
Hi Mother, Hi, I love you Mother.
I'll always love you, Mother.

My name is Larry
My name is Larry
I have a sister
Her name is Joyce

My name is Larry
I have a grandfather
His name is Grandpa
Hi, Grandpa
Remember Grandpa, when I used to go over to the house and you wouldn't
let me go into the um, into the um, kitchen with the rest of the family.
Remember that, Grandpa?

Grandpa: Oh yes, Larry, you were a nice boy
and stay away from us.
When we want you to come over, I'll get a hold of your mother
and I'll call her up and you can come over, OK.

My name is Larry
My name is Larry
I have an uncle
His name is Bob
Hi, Bob, Bob
I like you a Bob
You're an artist and I like you a lot

Uncle Bob: Larry, I like you a lot too, you're a nice boy.

My name is Larry
My name is Larry
I have an auntie
Her name is Becky
Hi, Auntie Becky

Auntie Becky: Hi Larry, ha

My name is Larry
My name is Larry
I have an auntie
Her name is Auntie Estelle
Hi, Auntie Estelle, Hi

My name is Larry
My name is Larry
I have a brother,
His name is David
Hi David, David
You know I talked about you on my album on the
Wild Man Fischer story and could you say a few words.

David: I'm a Certified Public Accountant
And my brother Larry is the worst singer, one of the worst singers there ever was. And I can not see how in the world, with knowing him anything is possible, knowing him, 'cause I used to hear him sing all day long.

My name is Larry
My name is Larry
I have a cousin
His name is Harvey
Hi, Harvey

My name is Larry
My name is Larry
My name is Larry
My name is Larry
My name is Larry
My name is Larry


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