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Jack Benny
by Randy Johnson
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  He was a talented man who was loved by many.
The person who I'm talking about was Jack Benny.
He had a career that was sure to soar.
He was born in 1894 and died in 1974.
Besides being a comedian, he also played the violin.
Benny was treasured by millions of women and men.
He arranged to send flowers to his widow every day after he died
Which was romantic to do.
George Burns tried to give him a eulogy but he broke down and couldn't continue.
On his program, he always pretended to be thirty-nine.
People loved him because his performances were divine.


(Dedicated to Jack Benny who died on December 26, 1974.)
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March 14, 2014
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