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By Charles Schulz
Dec 14, 1974
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Lucy leans on Shroeder's piano as he plays. There is a music staff behind them.<BR><BR> "Tomorrow is Beethoven's birthday...What are you going to buy me?"<BR><BR> Shroeder, in profile, declares, "I'm not going to buy you anything!"<BR><BR> Shroeder stands on top of his piano, shaking his finger and shouting: "You know why? Because you don't care about Beethoven! You never have!!" Lucy sits up on the floor.<BR><BR> Shroeder stands on the floor and raises his arms: "You don't care that he suffered! You don't care that his stomach hurt and he couldn't hear!"<BR><BR> He is seated again: "You never cared that the Countess turned him down, or that Therese married the Baron instead of him or that Lobkowitz stopped his annuity!!" Lucy leans her chin on the piano and wtches him.<BR><BR> He stomps away.<BR><BR> Lucy returns to her former position, reclining against the piano.<BR><BR> She calls, "If the Countess hadn't turned him down, would you buy me something?"<BR><BR>
Dec 16, 1974
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