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Song Parodies -> "D.S.R.V."

Original Song Title:

"R.S.V.P."

Original Performer:

Chatterbox

Parody Song Title:

"D.S.R.V."

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

A second German Kriegsmarine amphibious sub was conceived but never built - the “Grundhai” (Bullshark). It had three searchlights in the bow, sonar, and twin electric motors. This one was to be an unarmed salvage sub able to dive to 1000m It was to have been fitted with an electro-magnetic claw for recovery operations. This was considered the precursor to the modern DSRV.
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Project of the Kriegsmarine

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The "Grundhai" built for deep sea

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EM claw recovery!

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Time ran out, was not to be...

Postwar Allied urgency
It became reality!
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