Kudos to Lauren LoPrente for connecting the pronounced themes of failure, unrequited love, and existential dread that defines so much of Charles Schulz's legendary comic strip Peanuts with the similarly dour words of the great Smiths lyricist Morrissey. Named after The Smith's "This Charming Man," LoPrente's This Charming Charlie blog draws from Morrissey's limitless supply of loathing and depression and applies those lyrics to some of Schulz's most iconic layouts and poses. Its a good laugh, and you can see some of our favorites along with their musical sources below.

Lyrics from The Smiths - "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now"

 

Lyrics from The Smiths - "What Difference Does It Make?"

 

Lyrics from The Smiths - "Panic"

 

Lyrics from The Smiths - "Shoplifters Of The World Unite"

 

Lyrics from The Smiths - "How Soon Is Now?"

 

Lyrics from The Smiths - "Shoplifters Of The World Unite"

 

Lyrics from The Smiths - "Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me"

[Via Slate]