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Song Parodies -> "Russky 'Kov"

Original Song Title:

"Crazy Frog"

Original Performer:

Axel F

Parody Song Title:

"Russky 'Kov"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

The OS with the MV is just a repetitive beat and noisey sounds (no real lyrics), so I used the space to create an abridged history of the AK-47 rifle.

Gewehr S-S-S-T-G von Walther und Haenel

Ost-Ost-Ostfront found

(7.92 x) 33 (mm)

Led to the Russky 'Kov

Kurz thing

Spec-i-men

Enter B.P. Marinychev
And Kalashnikov designing
AK-1 and AK-2 presenting
And firing
Awe, awe

Kovrov and Tula competing
Too bad, the frequent jamming
AK still proceeding
Seeing was believing!!!

IMPROVEMENTS ABOUND!!!

(7.62 x) 39 (mm)

Br-Br-Break It

down, down, down, d-down, down, down, down, d-down, down, down, down, d-down, down, down, down, d-down

[Components]

Machine 'em

down, down, down, d-down, down, down, down, d-down, down, down, down, d-down, down, down, down, d-down

Gleeeeeeee!!!

R-red, R-red, R-red Army, theirs by '499999999999999999!!!

Then the race was on

Arm-ing

Where send them?

Satel-liting

Da, Da

E Europe so ex-cit-ing
Romania, Hungary, E Germany export-ing
Poland, Bulgaria, like light-ning
Fright-ning
East Block

West using S-S-S-T-G (45)
Cetme and the G-3
Others: full power thing-thing
FAL was just amazing

[Then]

Copying

Br-Br-Break It

down, down, down, d-down, down, down, down, d-down, down, down, down, d-down, down, down, down, d-down

Some of them:

Tan-tal, Gal-il, R-4, M-80, and so on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on...

(5.56 x) 45 (mm)

AKX* is next... Da???
Will it pass the test... Da???

[Nikonov An-94 now the best, Da!!!]

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Rob Arndt - July 24, 2014 - Report this comment
Sorry that this is mostly Milspeak with 14 guns refs and weapon history. The guns are:
- MKb-42(W) for Walther pre-production
- Mkb-42(H) for Haenel pre-production
- AK-1 and 2 were first prototypes using the adapted German "short" (kurz) round (more accurately an intermediate round from STG-44)
- STG-45 made by Mauser in 1945
- Mauser worked with Cetme to adapt the STG-45 into Cetme/ future Cetme-L rifles, then returned to W Germany as HK and rifle became improved G-3
- FAL was made by FN in powerful 7.62x51mm, adopted by Britain while US had to wait until Vietnam to get the M-16A-1 (used the M-14 previously post-WW2)
- Tantal for Poland, Galil was Israel adapted M-16/Ak hybrid, RSA R-4 derived from Galil, M80 was Yugoslavian variant- all were in 5.56x45mm, same as NATO
- AKX is new rifle in development from AK-115? prototype
- Nikonov An-94 official replacement for AK-47/74s, produced as budget allows
USSR started AK program in 1946, had working models by '47, and reached units by '49... most successful assault rifle in history with over 60 million produced. Mauser K98 is highest bolt-action rifle with over 20 million produced and action still used 116 years later!!!

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