C.K.'s paternal grandfather, Dr. Geza Székely Schweiger, was a surgeon. Székely Schweiger was a Hungarian Jew whose family emigrated to Mexico, where he met C.K.'s paternal grandmother, Rosario Sánchez Morales. Sánchez Morales was a Catholic Mexican of Spanish and Indigenous Mexican ancestry, whose European-born family had been in Mexico since the mid-1800s. C.K.'s grandfather agreed to have his children raised Catholic, but was (according to C.K.) "quietly Jewish." C.K.'s father converted from Catholicism later in life; he remarried a Jewish woman, converted to Judaism, and is an Orthodox Jew. C.K. has said that his father's whole family still lives in Mexico. See more »
I saw your father: he is alone, he has no one. I could not even look at him and he cried to me
[in a whiny, feeble voice]
"ooh, my son, he does not call me, he does not see me!"
[back to his own voice]
. It was disgusting, like a woman.
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Written by Errol Brown and Anthony Wilson
Performed by Ian Lloyd
Courtesy of Machine Dream Records
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