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Song Parodies -> "Charlie Brown Can Survive"

Original Song Title:

"A Country Boy Can Survive"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Hank Williams Jr.

Parody Song Title:

"Charlie Brown Can Survive"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Charlie Brown is one of the Peanuts characters. This song has been requested by Joshua Hammer Nicholson and Noah John Comedian (you can just call him Noah John) and this song takes place in the Peanuts version.
[Verse 1: Charlie Brown]
Charles Monroe Schulz says, it's the comic he paid,
And all of his Peanuts characters, they've all been made.
There's drawings that he did, and the shows there too.
And it only features me and all the Peanuts gang too.
I can count some of my gang, you see.
Lucy, Linus, Snoopy, Peppermint Patty, and me.
There's also Pig-Pen, Schroeder, and Woodstock, he flies,
And Charlie Brown can survive, The Peanuts Gang can survive.
I only feed my dog all day long,
I give him a doghouse that he lies on.
I give Violet a valentine like all the people do,
But I don't get any Valentines, not one or two.
I saw a kite-eating tree and the sun that won't shine,
But ol' Charlie Brown can survive, The Peanuts Gang can survive.

[Chorus 1: The Peanuts Gang]
Because you can't hit our fist, and you can't make us run,
'Cause we're them ol' gang that have lots of fun.
We say "good grief" and we say "AUGH!",
If you can't find a pet, we have one of our dogs.
We're all created by Sparky, which is Schulz' nickname,
And creating comics is his own game.
Too bad that Sparky died, his comics were fine,
But ol' Charlie Brown can survive, the Peanuts Gang can survive.

[Verse 2: Charlie Brown]
I got a good sister, her name is Sally,
She's cute and adorable, and sometimes she's girly.
Lucy Van Pelt loved to kick the football,
And I'd try to run but then I'd trip and fall.
Linus has used his blanket when he sucked his thumb,
And there's his brother's Rerun, who ain't dumb.
There's also Franklin Armstrong, he goes to school every time,
He'd pay Marcie, Shermy, and Frieda a dime.
I'd love Peggy Jean, that little red-haired girl of my life,
And I would like to go for a drive,
Cause ol' Charlie Brown can survive, The Peanuts Gang can survive.

[Chorus 2: The Peanuts Gang]
Because you can't make us trip, and you can't make us fall,
Cause we all just love to play baseball!
We get a ball, but he gets a strike,
If you can't join our gang, we'll give you a bike.
We've been living on our own, finding The Great Pumpkin,
And we're always wondering where we've been.
Snoopy's a Flying Ace, and there's others you'll find,
Cause ol' Charlie Brown can survive, Peanuts Gang can survive.

[Outro: Charlie Brown and The Peanuts Gang]
Charlie Brown can survive!
We Peanuts Gang can surviiiiiiiiiiiiiiiive!
Charlie Brown and the Peanuts Gang (c) Charles M. Schulz.
Charles Monroe Schulz a.k.a Sparky (November 26, 1922-February 12, 2000)
(C) Darius Kamron Whitehead Studios.

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Strip Club - June 19, 2018 - Report this comment
I never really liked Charles Schultz. He lied about a couple things about his creation. Number one, Snoopy (originally called Sniffy) was not named after a musical nor a dog his mom wanted to have. He stole the name from a girl he knew named Edith Krumph. Second, he didn't get Charlie Brown's shirt colors off a color scale pick coming from B&W. He saw it at a Woolworth's store and hated the design! Peanuts also was a sucky name. He should have kept the original title of Li'l Folks!
FYI - June 20, 2018 - Report this comment
Snoopy has five siblings: Spike, Marbles, Olaf, Andy, and Belle.
Darius Whitehead - June 21, 2018 - Report this comment
I guess I should've kept the original title. Li'l Folks Can Survive...and third, Charles Schulz thought of Peanuts because he likes peanuts, they are his kind of food. Charles doesn't get Charlie Brown's shirt colors anywhere. He only sees it some kind of stores but hates the design of it! Li'l Folks Can Survive! By the way, if you like Snoopy's five sibling dogs like Spike, Marbles, Olaf, Andy and Belle, I respect your opinion.
Factoid - June 21, 2018 - Report this comment
The comic strip was originally pitched to the United Features Syndicate under the simple name L’il Folks, but the executives were concerned that people might confuse the name with rival comic strip L’il Abner or an older strip named Little Folks. The name Peanuts was given to the strip by syndicate production manager Bill Anderson, presumably to evoke the idea of the “peanut gallery” from the highly popular Howdy Doody show. Schulz hated this change from the moment it happened and spent his lifetime campaigning to change it to alternate titles, such as Good Ol’ Charlie Brown. Schulz was even quoted as hating the word itself, believing it to be “ridiculous” and without “dignity.” He was, of course, a victim of his own success: By the time the strip and cartoons had reached international popularity, there was no chance of the name being changed.

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