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Song Parodies -> "Ja, Ja, Ja"

Original Song Title:

"Tra, La, La"

Original Performer:

The Banana Splits Adventure Hour Theme Song

Parody Song Title:

"Ja, Ja, Ja"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

One attacker, two attackers, three attackers, four
Four Messerschmitts pack a punch and so do many more
Out for kills in daylight the Messerschmitt baddies show
Divin' on Forts and Libs to take ‘em down, don’t ya know?

Openin‘ up with many guns,
Openin‘ up with many guns
Comin’ in out of the sun
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!

Four attackers, three attackers, two attackers, one
All Messerschmitts picked off by escorts one-by-one
Strikin‘ like an earthquake, droppin' bombs in sticks
The bombers hittin' very large Reich targets

Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!

Two attackers, four attackers, six attackers, hordes
Luftwaffe of Germany, engages once more
Mid-air, dog fightin', Fockes take-on some heavies
Jets arrive too and join in frantic shootin' sprees

Guns pointed at everyone,
Bombers droppin' loads by tons
The Luftwaffe is out-gunned
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!
Ja ja ja, feuer, feuer!

Just another bombing run...

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AFW - November 07, 2012 - Report this comment
Did we win this dogfight?
Rob Arndt - November 07, 2012 - Report this comment
This is typical 1945 fighting so the Messers and Fockes and handfuls of 262s picked off a few bombers before beign picked off by the escorts or landing in bad shape and low on replacement parts and fuel. The heavies dropped thir loads do Berlin is smashed again... so more or less Yes. The parody is about the frantic fight itself and everything going on. In a 1000 bomber raid with 500 escorts the Germans might send up 300 fighters with maybe between 900-1200 cannons and some 55mm R4M ATA rockets against 10,000 bomber defensive .50s and 3000 fighter .50s= 13,000 MGs which would be a wall of fire. The fact that ANY German fighter survived and/or racked up more kills until the last day is amazing! "Feuer" in German is "Fire".
WCJ - November 08, 2012 - Report this comment
Nice one Rob! I did a song with the same title, but a different theme. It was taken from the song by Trio "Da Da Da - I Don't Love You, You Don't Love Me" which there song was also used in a Volkswagen commercial. Here is the link: http://www.amiright.com/parody/80s/trio1.shtml

But, as for your Ja Ja Ja parody, "Hurrah!, Hurrah!, Hurrah!" for it and 5,5,5! too :-)

P.S. I have (for right now) put aside my Janet Jackson parodies, and am in the process of working on a song parody by "Manfred Mann" which you may have guessed will be their hit "The Mighty Quinn". My parody is going to be called "The Wildly Jin" lOOk for it Soon! ;-)

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