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Song Parodies -> "Navy Mighty Mo'"

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"Navy Mighty Mo'"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

The USS Missouri (BB-63)...

Iowa-class BB-63, fastest battleship of the day
Made for speedy sinkings
16" guns to fight the Japanese
In '45 it put on a show

Go, shell Okinawa, for troops
Landings underway, into that living hell

Hit by Kamikazes, did not turn her away
Bombardments continued into July

45,000 tons on the move
The Missouri had something to prove
Japanese constantly attacked, with her naval firepower
To victory, the Japs did lose

Sagami Bay- bad news

Fury, fury, firepower, Navy "Mighty Mo'"
A seige from sea, Navy "Mighty Mo'"
See Yankee pride swell, Navy "Mighty Mo'"
Was... amazing!!!

Back in action off Korean coasts
Bombarding hostiles from the sea
In first Gulf War, cruise missiles launched
Lead to another victory

Mo's now on display, at Pearl dontcha know?
Mo's on display
On display with pride

Chorus x2
Lyrics provisional due to Romanization and English translation of Hangul. Some substitutions made on lines that do not rhyme...

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