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Song Parodies -> "Scho(-Ka-Kola)"

Original Song Title:

"Blow"

Original Performer:

Ke$ha

Parody Song Title:

"Scho(-Ka-Kola)"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Inspired by Patrick...
[Goering]
Fliege!

Messers are back, Experten busy
Pumped with caffeine, no Pervitin sleaze
Eat that schokolade, from the tin please
Twin layers, no fuss, keeps us up and flying

It's time to climb back up and shoot the bombers down
(Chew a piece of Scho)
So many bombers, we have to take them out

[x4:]
Alert for eating Scho
Scho-Ka-Kola
(Red & White- to go)

Hildebrand, thick. We're in control
The stuff keeps us up
20 and 30 barrels glow
Many dogfights, upping our scores
We're killing still
But we're losing the war (in '44)
Alert of mind can't panic in the clouds
(Another piece of Scho)
Pumping rounds, looking for stragglers to take down

[x4:]
Got this tin of Scho-o-o
Scho-Ka-Kola

Ease the pain, metal rain
Hard hitters, facing firepower supreme
Schokolade in demand, demand, demand
It's insane, this tin of fame
16 pieces, to keep us sane
Always in demand, in demand, in demand

Caffeine power...
We're hooked on it...

[x4:]
Time for more Scho-o-o
Scho-Ka-Kola

Panzerschokolade down below (for tankers)
Note: Scho-Ka-Kola was made by Hildebrand which also made civilian chocolate bars with Pervitin meth! You can still buy Scho-Ka-Kola today on Amazon for $9 a tin! Hildebrand was bought out in 2005 but their chocolate is still available as well minus meth! Only the Soffy chocolate drink is unavailable.

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Patrick - March 25, 2017 - Report this comment
I saw Scho-Ka-Kola for sale at an imports store in Lawrence, Kansas a few years ago. The ad for the onlin seller warned against giving it to the elderly, young children or people with coronary problems. Since I fall into two of those categories, I have to shun this product. And, at $9 a tin, and 40 miles away, that's an easy shun. Will have to stick to the Nestlé Aero. The wartime tins looked very much like the current issue, so I imagine WWII reenactors pack them in their Brotbeutel.
Rob Arndt - March 25, 2017 - Report this comment
Did you know that Hildebrand also had a yellow tin with the Reichsadler (Reich Eagle) clutching a red cross for the German Red Cross to issue to German POWs? That is rarer! The Allies allowed Scho-Ka-Kola to be produced postwar due to chronic food shortages.
Patrick - March 27, 2017 - Report this comment
An early predecessor to all those caffeine-laced "energy" drinks that are all the rage these days.
Rob Arndt - March 27, 2017 - Report this comment
A wartime photo of the tin:
http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_10_2007/post-108-1193499891.jpg
Jim - March 29, 2017 - Report this comment
They should sell this stuff at Starbucks!

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