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Song Parodies -> "Charlie Brown (From 'Peanuts')"

Original Song Title:

"Charlie Brown"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Charlie Brown (From 'Peanuts')"

Parody Written by:

Paul Warren

The Lyrics

Charlie Brown, always getting the short-end of things.
1-'Good Greif', we lost another ball game. Looks like his team has always been the same.

Chorus-Charlie Brown, Charlie Brown. That 'ol Blockhead, Charlie Brown. He's never had a break, or so I see. And he's always saying 'Good Greif'.

2-Talkin' to Lucy so he can get advice. For only a nickel, It ain't worth the price.

(Repeat Chorus)

Bridge-Who's always tied-up with his own kite? Who's dog thinks he's in a Baron-fight? Who's the red-hair girl that he likes? I say who? (Yes, who?) Tell me who?

3-Talks to Linus who gives him advice. But won't give up his blanket, not even for the night.

(Repeat Chorus)

(Instrumental Break)

4-His dog Snoopy is no ordinary dog. His sister Sally, thinks everything is wrong.

(Repeat Chorus)

Charlie Brown-I can't stand it, I just can't stand it!

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