Norman Lear celebrates his Centurious grand birth day with advice and a song.

JTA — Jewish comedy legend Norman Lear celebrated his 100th birthday recently, and he still got a spring in his phase.

Lear posted a clip of himself singing a lick from the famous song "That's Amore."

recounting how he once sang the same song for Dean Martin on the Colgate Late Show in the 1950s.

"My God, the miracle of being alive with all of our disposal," Lear said this to his 44,000 supporters.

The prize creator of "All In The Family," "The Jeffersons," and "The Jeffersons II."

"Sanford and Sons," as well as a slew of many other ground-breaking t.v series,

Lear has worked well in almost every age in Hollywood entertainment.

He touched the century mark a few years earlier than his colleagues Mel Brooks and Dick Van Dyke (both 96).

However, he has had to bid goodbye to other beloved longtime coworkers, including Carl Reiner...

George Shapiro (who died in May at the age of 91) and Betty White (who died on New Year's Eve, well before her 100th b'day).