Time for some comedy.
Aunty Jack was a cult Australian TV series that originally aired in the early 1970s. The series was created by Grahame Bond and Rory O'Donoghue, it featured Sandra McGregor and John Derum, in the first series, and introduced Gary McDonald in the Second series. The show was set in Bond's hometown of Wollongong and is still holds cult status amongst fans.
Farewell Aunty Jack was originally released as the closing theme song from the 1972 – 73 Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) TV series The Aunty Jack Show, as a single in 1973, and was included on the 1974 album Aunty Jack Sings Wollongong. It involves Thin Arthur sing a farewell to Aunty Jack with Aunty Jack making humourous quips to Thin Arthur and to the listeners. This is the album version where Aunty Jack threatens to Rip yer bloody arms off if you don’t tune in to the show next week (in the single version she threatens to jump through your speakers and rip yer bloody arms off if you don’t listen to the song real close) and includes an excerpt of Nagasaki Blues, the following and final track on the album, where another record falls on top the the characters, Aunty Jack goes on to that record and meets Blind Josh Orange Drop Mitsubushi and Muddy Mahawat who perform a blues version of Farewell Aunty Jack until Muddy Mahawat calls Aunty Jack the Sacred Cow of all India, to which she takes offense and, in her usual style, punches them out.