-> "Villers Bocage"
Original Song Title:
"Mellow or Gruff?"
Parody Song Title:
Flanking out, a way around Panzer Lehr searchin‘,
were unseen towards Hill 213 in line—
Ready to fight, to make the first strike, attackin’;
instead, the troops dismounted for tea to unwind
What did Michael Wittmann‘s Tiger find?
A column of Brit vehicles stopped nose to tail
Made his strikes, real fast, tore the rear tanks apart
Motoring past quickly, causing terror;
on attack, 88 destroys
Half-track kills—the Bren carriers near the back
Lead tanks trapped in sunken lanes became easy marks
Wittmann‘s gunner was sharp. Fired. Blew them up.
Villers Bocage. Brought Wittmann higher fame
Twenty-five armored vehicles just the start
village raidin‘, four Cromwells left smokin’
his odd Tigers forced surrender
Not immune, Tiger hit by 17 Pdr
Was forced to abandon, back to German lines marched
He got his start in Poland first with armored cars;
advanced to StuG IIIs in Russia, became a star
got his Tiger and killed tanks at Kursk- T-34s.
Racked up some impressive kills but wanted far more;
moved to West for post D-Day fight, ‘44
Were in awe, the “Army of One” Villers Bocage final score
Delayed the Brit advance, small extension of war
The Normandy campaign for several weeks more…
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