Charlie Brown: Three balls, two strikes, the bases were loaded with two men out.
I pitched my curve, but somehow they hit it, a good strong clout.
'Lucy', I hollered, 'It's coming right to you'- she caught it as easy as pie--then dropped it.
I don't think it's good for a team's morale to see their manager cry.
Snoopy helped out by biting the runner and catching the ball in his teeth;
Linus caught flies from a third-story window by holding his blanket beneath.
Yes, we had fortitude, no one could argue with that.
And one run would win us the game as I came up to bat.
Lucy: All right, Charlie Brown, we're all behind you--well, sort of. I mean this man can't pitch. He pitches like my grandmother, Charlie Brown. Come on, Charlie Brown, hit it out of the park! Now all you have to is bear down, just bear down- and when you get on first, watch for my signals.
Others: Go Charlie Brown, Charlie Brown, Charlie Brown-
There is no team, like the best team,
Which is our team right here.
We will show you, we're the best team
In the very Little League this year.
And in no time we'll be big time,
With the Big League baseball stars.
For all we have to do is win just one more game...
Lucy: ...And the championship is ours!!
Others (echoing): Ours! Ours! Ours!
Charlie Brown: Two men were on with two outs and me with one strike to go