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Song Parodies -> "Blackbirds"

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Original Performer:

The Beatles

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Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Blackbirds during WW2 were Me-262 dedicated mechanics who wore black overalls. They kept the German jets running at all cost even knowing the war was lost.
Blackbirds working in the dead of night
Take these broken engines and make them fly
For the Reich
Seldom defeated by the bombing Allies
Day or night

Blackbirds repairing in the dead of night
Synthetic parts and lubes, wings held tight
For the Reich
To the "Turbos" pledged your loyalty
Defiance, patiently

Blackbirds unite, Blackbirds fight
To give the Schwalben power for flight

Blackbirds try, Blackbirds die
That the 2-6-2 may soar so high

Blackbirds sweating in the dead of night
Repairing damage to their birds- Willie's pride
Experten rides
'Til the last day, off into the sky
Twin exhausts filled hearts with pride
Final score: 509 (kills)
Was worth the try...

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 7

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