Lyric sheets / A Jackson reunion is mooted for next year...
Friday 24 May 1996
The Jacksons are from Gary
The town in Indiana
A fact which can excite me like
A Co-Op yearly planner.
I can't believe two people
Could meet and court and marry
Then raise a herd of superstars
From anywhere called Gary.
But none the less they did it
And after some duration
The herd sprang out upon the world
Intent on domination.
The Jacksons gave up touring
But Michael and his sisters' fame
Was rather more enduring.
He owns the Beatles songbook
He sues the odd reporter
He's fond of kids, he keeps a zoo
He married Presley's daughter.
And soon there's some reunion
For all who can afford 'em
But far from being excited
I am paralysed with boredom.
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