Jack And Jill

“Jack and Jill” is a classic nursery rhyme in the English speaking world. The origin of the rhyme is obscure and there are several theories that attempt to interpret the lyrics. The rhyme is known to date back to at least the 18th century. The song is sometimes titled “Jack and Gill”, particularly in early versions. One version I like is this one!

I’ve got a  image and the words of Jack and Jill on my website here is a Link to the image and words:

Jack And Jill

Hope you like it, there are more Nursery Rhymes on that website so check them out!


2 thoughts on “Jack And Jill

  1. There is barely anything funny here except for Al Pacino who is very convincing and basically just making fun of his own image, which is always good. Still, this film was terrible. Good review.

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