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Song Parodies -> "109"

Original Song Title:

"Bullseye"

Original Performer:

Denisse

Parody Song Title:

"109"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

This song parody is from Major Erich Hartmann's POV of shooting down an unsuspecting Mustang that had made the mistake of trying to jump him. Hartmann was and is the ace-of-aces with 352 kills, among them 7 Mustangs which he counted as nothing special. At least the Soviets when recognizing his black tulip and red heart on his Bf 109 usually backed away out of fear. Hartmann had 10 million Rubles placed on his head due to his skill, but the Mustang pilots tried anyway and failed.
Allies trying to get to me
Every fighter is in for the kill
I'm the type of enemy worth pursuing
But I won't be caught standing still, I won't
You're blowing all of your ammunition on me
Take your best shot, I bet you'll miss
You’ll have to get in far more closer
Maybe try to get on my Six!

You missed my 109, badly
(You missed my 109, badly)
With air superiority, that’s crazy
(You know you missed the mark)
Don't know how this engagement started
(I'm not an easy target, MISSED ME!)
(You missed my 109)
Time to tear your ‘Stang apart

I'm surprised the way you attacked me
Dropping in for a fast kill wasn’t too smart
Naturally, you failed to get me
Maybe you noticed the black tulip or red heart?
HA HA HA!
I like the way you lined up, f--ked up
I like the way you weren’t aware
I was certain that you could tell, but
I am Germany’s Blonde Knight, I inspire fear!

You missed my 109, badly
(You missed my 109, badly)
With air superiority, that’s crazy
(You know ya missed the mark)
Don't know how this engagement started
(I'm not an easy target, MISSED ME!)
(You missed my 109)
Time to tear your ‘Stang apart

You noticed my heart (red heart, red heart)
I ask, could you be any dumber?
Bait, you didn't even read my numbers?
Hmm, it looks like you’ll be gong down fast, fact
‘Cause I already got your number, Ja!

You missed my 109, badly
(You missed my 109, badly)
With air superiority, that’s crazy
(You know ya missed the mark)
Don't know how this engagement started
(I'm not an easy target, MISSED ME!)
(You missed my 109)
Time to tear you apart
(You missed my 109)
(You missed my 109)
Time to tear your ‘Stang apart
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Old Man Ribber - August 08, 2011 - Report this comment
Rob - I DO know of Hartmann. As for the seven P-51s, is it fair to say that the average Russian pilot was not as skillful as his German, American, British, or (at least in the beginning) Japanese contemporary? ;D
Rob Arndt - August 08, 2011 - Report this comment
OMR, another myth. The Soviets fought well against the Finns and Germans and have higher scores than Allied pilots. The fact that Germany maintained air superiority over the Ostfront until almost the end was that Stalin was brutal against his own pilots and did not allow Soviet designers to fully develop the USSR's jet and rocket designs, even better fighters. He had them killed or arrested as intellectuals and Stalin had a fear of flying himself and distrust over anyone smarter than himself. The Soviets fought valiantly against the Germans with what they had and gradually worked up to better mass-produced aircraft. Soviet feamle pilot Lilya Litvak routinely fended off 5-8 Bf 109s attacking her Il-2s and died after being shot down two previous times. It took 8 dedicated Bf 109 pilots to spot and kill her. By war's end the Soviets were flying Yak-9s to Berlin. Germans had more experience and the ideological edge until the end.
WCJ - August 08, 2011 - Report this comment
Na Na, you missed me! ;-D Great parody Rob! 555! :-)
Patrick - August 08, 2011 - Report this comment
Hartmann took on a lot of the armored Sturmovik attack planes that posed such a threat to Wehrmacht Panzer formations. Germans didn't get to rotate home after 25 missions the way American crews did.
Rob Arndt - August 08, 2011 - Report this comment
Also note that the Germans had two categories for the best pilots, the standard 5 kills for ace and 10 kills for Expert. And no, they were not rotated at all. A combination of non-rotation, air superiority on the Ostfront, German skill mixed with Nazi ideology, and amphetamine use are the causes for all the German high numbers and overwhelming superiority of their pilots over all Allied and Soviet. Some simply claim they had more targets to shoot down, but c'mon and look at the scores by sorties and shooting record over the entire war years when the US wasn't even present. They were simply outnumbered in men and material and had limited production capability even with slave labor and manufacture in several nations. Germany built 120,000 a/c and shot down 120,000 a/c!!!

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