"Murder is a very British thing, isn't it? I mean, it's almost like a hobby over there.""Why do you insist you must hear the words? When you know I cannot give you words. Not the ones you need..."
The original book for "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" was written by Clark Gesner and members of his cast, so the librettist was given a collective pseudonym.
And also, adding orchestrations to the mix, the only other person to have written book, music, lyrics, and orchestrations to the same Broadway show is Dave Malloy, who wrote (and also starred in at various points) Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812.
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