And if Sharmon needs squeezing then leave that to me. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1967 Vinyl release of Don't Squeeze My Sharmon on Discogs. The country song "Don't Squeeze My Sharmon," which was a Top 10 hit for Charlie Walker in 1967, was inspired by the advertising campaign for Charmin. C,F,G7 Chords. Mr. Whipple was a supermarket manager, played by Dick Wilson for 21 years in over 500 TV commercials. Charlie Walker - Don't Squeeze My Sharmon - 1986 self-titled album (DOT/MCA Records) - requested by shuffle877 Please don't squeeze my Sharmon don't hold her so tight You'd best heed my warning it's my last one tonight She's soft and she's gentle and sweet as can be And if Sharmon needs squeezing then leave that to me. “Please Don’t Squeeze The Charmin” By David Karp , PagnatoKarp Almost a year ago, we stumbled upon a topic that is currently generating much discussion in the financial media. The character of Mr. Whipple was created by advertising executive, According to Charmin makers Procter & Gamble, a 1978 survey found that Mr. Whipple was the third best-known American, behind former President Richard Nixon and evangelist Billy Graham. Few advertising catchphrases had the longevity of 'Please don't squeeze the Charmin,' Mr. Whipple's plea to shoppers.


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