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Song Parodies -> "Nazi Fake Sub News Not True"

Original Song Title:

"I Put a Spell On You"

Original Performer:

Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Parody Song Title:

"Nazi Fake Sub News Not True"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

The rumors of the U-791 sunk in Lake Ontario and raised in 2016 are false- a hoax. While the Germans DID send U-boats off the coast of Canada and several ships were lost in the Great Lakes during WW2 under suspicious circumstances, the Type V300 German sub using AIP was never built. It was cancelled in 1942. Seven other Walter AIP boats were built as V80 and Type XVIIA + XVIIB. A few survived the war.
Nazi fake sub news not true
Rumors declined

V300 cancelled in '42
Forget St Lawrence lie
Sinkings never verified

RCN couldn't handle it
U-boats lurking round
USS Sable was damaged
But no U-boat was ever found

Nazi fake sub news not true
Rumors declined
Hoaxers wasted time

Fake pic not true
Divers from NG reviewed
Type was disproved
It was a Soviet Sub from elsewhere
Hoaxers didn't care
About accuracy
Wanted to back the scare

Great Lakes conspiracy?
Nazi fake sub news not true
Rumors denied
(No claimed Nazi kills in vicinity)
The fake pic of raised sub is Soviet K159 and diver photos lifted from National Geographic! The rumors are true about WW2 as three freighters, two fishing boats, and USS Sable were missing or damaged by unknown means. It was possible for the U-boats to enter the St Lawrence and get into the Great Lakes, but any U-boat would not loiter. It would have left in 1943. The type of advanced boat would have been an Atlantic Hunter with high speeds up to 29 knots sustained!!! No one would park one in Lake Ontario.

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Patrick - November 30, 2017 - Report this comment
I had never heard of Kriegsmarine U-Boats entering the Great Lakes. That would have been dangerous in the extreme. I know they operated off the coast, using city lights to silhouette their targets and sinking them within sight of shore. There were Japanese attacks on the West Coast, including the shelling of the Santa Barbara oil refinery and the submarine delivered float plane over Oregon.
Rob Arndt - November 30, 2017 - Report this comment
Correction: it was NOT possible to use St.Lawrence to get into the Great Lakes. The German U-boats sank merchant shipping at the entrance of the St. Lawrence in 1942. The seaway to the Great Lakes was completed 9 years after WW2. Damage to the training carrier USS Sable was also above the waterline with aircraft mishaps. My bad...
Rob Arndt - November 30, 2017 - Report this comment
Further reading;
CML - November 30, 2017 - Report this comment
Even if the Seaway had been completed, the only lake that could have been entered was Ontario. The Niagara River and Falls makes entering the other Great Lakes impossible
Logan the Amazing - November 30, 2017 - Report this comment
Hi Rob! This is an amazing parody! 🤩 I was planning on making a parody like this myself!
Rob Arndt - December 01, 2017 - Report this comment
Thanks all!

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