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Song Parodies -> "Let's Sing, Charlie Brown"

Original Song Title:

"Autumn to May"

Original Performer:

Peter, Paul and Mary

Parody Song Title:

"Let's Sing, Charlie Brown"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

When Charles Schulz died the soul went out of "Peanuts", so it seems reasonable that the comic strip was discontinued. If an understudy had taken over it wouldn't have been the same. To keep up with current tastes "Peanuts" might become something like "The Simpsons or "South Park".
Sparky: Now, children, I want each of you to sing tall tales. I don't mind a little controversy. Just keep it clean.

Charlie: I have a very special dog, his age nobody knows,
He flew a plane in the Great War thru fire an wind and snow.
He captured the Red Baron and brought him home to tea,
The Baron learned to be civilized and one of us is he.

All: Sing round and round, let's sing, Charlie Brown.

Lucy: You call that a tall tale? I could do better.
Oh, I am such a wicked witch, I live inside a tree,
A goblin named Osama is living there with me.
We both grab little children and turn them into bees,
Their honey is a potion that brings grown ups to their knees.

All: Sing round and round, Let's sing, Charlie Brown.

Linus: Hey, Nudnik! You're supposed to be telling tall tales - not
your life story.
All: Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!
Lucy: OK, you blockhead! It's your turn and don't you dare sing
about the bloody Great Pumpkin.

Linus: I have a magic blanket, it banishes my woes,
It is my shining armor when I confront my foes.
It is my magic carpet, when 'round the world I stray,
But, most of all, it makes my crabby sister go away.

All: Sing round and round, let's sing, Charlie Brown.

Lucy: I ought to make you go away.

Snoopy: I have a tony penthouse on San Francisco Bay,
Where California's upper crust hears Schroder play.
Schroder: I've played Bach, Beethoven and Brahms, Mozart and the
And, best of all, my music soothes Lucy's crabby breast.
(But, I wish she'd stop being so pushy.)

All: Sing round and round, let's sing Charlie Brown.

Snoopy: Why can't I bark like a normal dog? Why must I quack like a
Schroder: Uh, oh! Here comes that bad kid -

Bart: Oh, my best friend's a leprechaun, he throws up peanut
And ev'ry time he picks his nose his boogers turn to skittles.
And when e'er he makes -
Sparky: That will do, you impertinant , vulgar young man! Go back to
your TV show.
Bart: Get bent!
All: Bleah! Yeeww! I'll never eat candy again.

Sparky: And he who tells a tale like that is such a crashing bore!

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 4

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Paul Robinson - October 04, 2004 - Report this comment
2Eagle - a shame this didn't get more attention, but probably not that many folks here know "Autumn To May" (a very sweet, beautiful piece, by the way...always liked it). 5's from me...
Ralph (Graeme) Black [from Meeker] - December 09, 2004 - Report this comment
OMG i love Charlie Brown!!! This parody just made my day!! I'm going to have nice dreams!!
Trevor - December 10, 2004 - Report this comment
I am a girl. I am an idiot. and hate tristian dear, i have a crush on stacy hanson.

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