The Itsy Bitsy Spyder
Jack was at his best in Heartburn.
TigersÂ cannot change their stripes, any more than bears or bulls can.
Let’s all get on the same page.
Sing along with me, won’t you?
A main weapon of the boys is ambiguity.
Is the cup half empty or half full?
Let’s try another song to help us remember.
Like Jack, in another one of his memorable performances, on cue at 28 the bears proclaimed “Here’s Johnny.”
Here’s one of my own creations I am working on:
MamaÂ bear pushed the bull’s head underwater,
Just like any good bear oughta.
Oops,Â now theÂ bulls turn to run and snort,
‘Till itÂ ‘s time again to take them short!
Â At the risk of over staying my welcome with Jack, let’s end tonight’s lesson with one of my favorite’s. We need a few good men for this exchange.
Â (You can be Kaffee)
Kaffee: “I want the Truth”!
(I will be Col. Jessep)
Col. Jessep: [Shouts] “You can’t handle the truth!”
The game goes on and on.
Watch for the sun, watch for the rain;
use sunglasses and umbrellas,
to avoid the pain.
The Itsy bisty spyder…