Book Report Good Man Charlie Brown Lyrics

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And they captured the sheriff and all of his goods And they carried him back to their camp in the woods And the sheriff was guest at their dinner and all But he wriggled away and he sounded the call And his men rushed in and the arrows flew- Peter Rabbit did sort of that kind of thing too. In this report I plan to discuss the sociological implications of family pressures so great as to drive an otherwise moral rabbit to perform acts of thievery which he consciously knew were against the law. Macgregor in his comflicting roles as farmer and humanitarian. [LINUS] Not to mention the extreme pressure exterted on him bu his deeply rooted rivalry with Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail! Peter Rabbit is established from the start as a benevolent hero and it is only... [SALLY/SNOOPY] Rabbits, rabbits, chasing rabbits... [CHARLIE] If I start Writing now When I'm not Really rested It could Upset my Thinking Which is Not good At all Not good At all. First thing After dinner I'll start [SCHROEDER] The name of The book A bout which This book Report is About is Peter Rabbit, Peter Rabbit All for one Ev'ry man Does his part Oh. [LINUS] A-men [CHARLIE BROWN] A book report on Peter Rab- [CHARLIE] -Bit Just start Writing You can do it Nothing to it Got to Start- Rabbit! [LUCY] A book report on Peter Rabbit, Peter Rabbit, Peter ra- [LINUS (overlapping)] A book report on Peter Rabbit, Peter ra- [SCHROEDER (overlapping)] A book report on Peter Rabbit, ra- [CHARLIE BROWN (overlapping)] A book report on Peter ra- [ALL] -Abbit. [SCHROEDER] The name of the book about which This book report is about is Peter Rabbit which is about this Rabbit. Who run a lot As you can tell From the story Of Peter Rabbit Which this report Is about. [CHARLIE BROWN] How do they expect us to Write a book report Of any quality In just two days How can they Conspire to Make life so mis'rable And so effectively In so many ways [LUCY] There were vegetables In the garden Such as carrots and spinach And onions and lettuce And turnips and parsley And okra and cabbage And string beans ans parsnips Tomatoes, potatoes, asparagus Cauliflower, rhubarb and chives.

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[CHARLIE BROWN (overlapping)] If I start writing now When I'm not really rested It could upset my thinking Which is no good at all. [LINUS] What drove An otherwise Moral rabbit To perform Acts of Thievery? Sociological Implications Fam'ly Pressure Simple plot [LUCY] Peter Rabbit Is this stupid Book about this Stupid rabbit Who steals Vegetables From other Peoples' Gardens. [SNOOPY/SALLY] Rabbit Chasing Rabbit Chasing Rabbit Chasing Rabbit Chasing! Rabbits, Rabbits Chasing Rabbits Find a rabbit Do or die!

I'll get a fresh start tomorrow And it's not due till Wednesday So I'll have all of Tuesday Unless something should happen. [LUCY] And they were very, very, very, very, very, very Happy to be home.

[CHARLIE BROWN (overlapping)] If I start writing now When I'm not really rested It could upset my thinking Which is no good at all. [LUCY] And they were very, very, very, very, very, very Happy to be home.

I'll get a fresh start tomorrow And it's not due till Wednesday So I'll have all of Tuesday Unless something should happen.

[LINUS, spoken] In examining a book such as Peter Rabbit, it is important that the superficial chracteristics of its deceptively simple plot should not be allowed to blind the reader to the more substancial fabric of its deeper motivations. But not for long Away they ran Just like rabbits Who run a lot As you can tell From the story Of Peter Rabbit Which this report Is about [SALLY/SNOOPY] Rabbits, rabbits, rabbits, rabbits, rabbits, chasing rabbits!

In this report, I plan to discuss the sociological implications of family pressures so great as to drive an otherwise moral rabbit to perform acts of thievery which he consciously knew were against the law. Macgregor, in his conflicting roles as farmer and humanitarian Peter Rabbit is established from the start as a benevolent hero, and it is only... But he was wrong [LUCY] 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40 [SCHROEDER] Just then an arrow flew in—whing! [LUCY] There were vegetables ​in the garden Such as carrots and spinach and onions and ​lettuce and turnips and parsley ​and okra and cabbage and string beans and parsnips, tomatoes, potatoes, asparagus, cauliflower, rhubarb, and chives!

Lucy: A book report on Peter Rabbit, Peter Rabbit, Peter ra- Linus (overlapping): A book report on Peter Rabbit, Peter ra- Schroeder (overlapping): A book report on Peter Rabbit, ra- Charlie Brown (overlapping): A book report on Peter ra- All: -Abbit. Charlie Brown: (starts writing) A book report on Peter Rabbit... (counting words) One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen... I found it very- I liked the part where- It was a- It reminded me of "Robin Hood"! Who run a lot As you can tell from the story of Peter Rabbit Which this report is about... Lucy: Peter Rabbit is this stupid book about this stupid rabbit, Who steals vegetables from other peoples' gardens Gardens. Seventy-five, Seventy-six, Seventy-seven, Seventy-eight Seventy-nine, Eighty, Eighty-one, Eighty-two! Rabbits, Rabbits, Chasing rabbits Find a Rabbit, do or die! (The following lines overlap over each other, until they all sing together) Charlie Brown: Just start writing. Lucy: Peter Rabbit Peter Rabbit Peter Rabbit Peter Rabbit Peter Rabbit Peter Rabbit Peter Rabbit Peter Rabbit!

And they captured the sheriff and all of his goods And they carried him back to their camp in the woods And the sheriff was guest at their dinner and all But he wriggled away and he sounded the call And his men rushed in and the arrows flew- Peter Rabbit did sort of that kind of thing too... (counting words) Eighteen, Nineteen, Twenty, Twenty-one, Twenty-two, Twenty-three... Linus: (lecturing): In examining a work such as Peter Rabbit, it is important that the superficial characteristics of its deceptively simple plot should not be allowed to blind the reader to the more substantial fabric of its deeper motivations. (Peter steals a carrot in a garden) I also hope to explore the personality of Mr. Lucy: Thirty-five, Thirty-six, Thirty-seven, Thirty-eight, Thirty-nine, Forty!

And then Robin and everyone swung from the trees In a sudden surprise attack. In this report I plan to discuss the sociological implications of family pressures so great as to drive an otherwise moral rabbit to perform acts of thievery which he consciously knew were against the law. Macgregor in his comflicting roles as farmer and humanitarian. [SALLY/SNOOPY] Rabbits, rabbits, chasing rabbits... [CHARLIE] If I start Writing now When I'm not Really rested It could Upset my Thinking Which is Not good At all Not good At all. First thing After dinner I'll start [SCHROEDER] The name of The book A bout which This book Report is About is Peter Rabbit, Peter Rabbit All for one Ev'ry man Does his part Oh. [LINUS] A-men [CHARLIE BROWN] A book report on Peter Rab- [CHARLIE] -Bit Just start Writing You can do it Nothing to it Got to Start- Rabbit!

And they captured the sheriff and all of his goods And they carried him back to their camp in the woods And the sheriff was guest at their dinner and all But he wriggled away and he sounded the call And his men rushed in and the arrows flew- Peter Rabbit did sort of that kind of thing too. Peter Rabbit is established from the start as a benevolent hero and it is only... [LINUS] What drove An otherwise Moral rabbit To perform Acts of Thievery? Sociological Implications Fam'ly Pressure Simple plot [LUCY] Peter Rabbit Is this stupid Book about this Stupid rabbit Who steals Vegetables From other Peoples' Gardens. [SNOOPY/SALLY] Rabbit Chasing Rabbit Chasing Rabbit Chasing Rabbit Chasing! Rabbits, Rabbits Chasing Rabbits Find a rabbit Do or die!

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