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Song Parodies -> "Back with Flak"

Original Song Title:

"Back in Black"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Back with Flak"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Back with Flak, a new attack
HEL is strong, 100Kilo whack
3 KM
Twin optic deuce let the beams loose
See a drone and take it out
Aiming high at the sky for targets, then scan & fry
Effector Vehicles will be mobilized
Total surprise, demon eyes
A new flak gun with vast potential
Flak is back!
Flak is back, German knack
Tech is black
Forget missiles, Ack-Ack
Rheinmetall flak
A HEL attack
IEDs? They can clear a track!
Rockets, mortars, missiles can all be smacked
Tech gun glam
Untamed, kill with flames
Twin lasers burning everything, yeah, everything
Sensors for track and beam wattage to jack
Turn a low Flier into so much flaming scrap
On the prowl like back in the day
Franco-Prussian War Krupp BAK led the way
37 (mm) attack
Frog balloons to smack
Then Reich attacks
77s on A7V tracks
Proved that flak kicked ass
Rommel's 88s were retasked
Broke Fortress' backs

Flak is back, yes flak is back
From 37 to new HEL attack
New German flak
Rheinmetall tech
Panzer turrets to update at last!

HEL yeah
Kill ya
Beam command
In the sky, like swatting flies
Zapping wows!

Flak is back, is back
Back, (It's back)
Back, (It's back)
Back, (It's back)
Back, (It's back)
Flak is back
With laser attack

German might...

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.9
Overall Rating: 4.9

Total Votes: 13

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Rob Arndt - April 19, 2016 - Report this comment
Before someone too lazy to use Google nitpicks on acronyms and flak history, Germans started in the Franco-Prussian War with first Anti-Aerial Krupp 37mm BAK (Ballonabwehrkanone or Ballongeschutz) for shooting down French recon balloons. Then in WW1, they had full AA artillery. Usually 75, 77, and 80mm guns. First Flakpanzer was an experimental A7V tank as platform for two AA guns! By WW2, Rommel turned the fearsome 88mm AA gun into a field gun as well. Then AA was turned over to missiles pioneered by Nazi Germany: Wasserfall, Enzian, Hs-117 Schmetterling. For decades it's been that way. But as US and Israel have worked on HELs (High Energy Lasers) as anti-missile defense, Germany under Rheinmetall AG has developed a twin laser system from 30-100Kw for AA defense as well as all armored vehicles. The system can take out drones, low flying aircraft, artillery, mortars, rockets, missiles, IEDs, and penetrate light armor at 1000m (20mm). Can be used against ground troops and installations too.
Rob Arndt - April 19, 2016 - Report this comment
Oops, I failed to include the Gepard ;-)
Peter Andersson - April 21, 2016 - Report this comment
I figured flak as in flak jacket when I saw the title - which if I'd written a song with a title like that would have been about (the second round of) a heated argument with ones wife.
Rob Arndt - April 21, 2016 - Report this comment
Perhaps the best "gap" AA gun is the Swedish Bofors 40mm. Used by both Allies & Axis in WW2 and postwar. I think some German ships still have them...

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