|The Gerkin Family|
|Artist(s)|| Main version: Parry Gripp, Kevin Michael Richardson and Paul Rugg|
Reprise: Kevin Michael Richardson, Bill Farmer, Billy West, Scott Menville, Stephen Stanton and Maurice LaMarche
|Composer(s)|| Parry Gripp|
|Episode(s)||"The Family Pickles"|
|Publisher(s)||Walt Disney Music Co.|
|Work no.||ASCAP #891224105|
"The Gerkin Family" is a featured song in the episode "The Family Pickles". When the Gerkins' pickle farm can't produce any more pickles because their machinery is destroyed, they decide to move into Jollywood to live with Lord Starchbottom, but he is against it. A reprise ends the episode.
Spoken parts are in italics.
Gripp: Oh, here's a story of the Gerkin family
They're charmers who are farmers
With a pickle-y dynasty
The yummiest pickles that you ever did consume
But then one day a month ago
Their farm went ka-boom
Happy: Sky high that is. Pickle chips, pickle pieces. And a whole lotta relish.
Gripp: Well, the Gerkins were uncertain
What were they gonna do
They moved to Jollywood
Whoopty schmoodily doo
Where Queen Delightful rules and Starchy is their kin
But Starchy is against the move
Starchbottom: Where do I begin?
Happy: And that's the story of the Gerkins
Now it is the time to go
So we bid you a fond farewell
With a hi-pickle ho!
The song parodies the theme from The Beverly Hillbillies.