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Song Parodies -> "IL-2"

Original Song Title:

"Love You Too"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"IL-2"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

The Shturmoviks. Sort of a Russian Stuka built around an armored engine and cockpit and mounting twin 20-37mm cannon in the wings. Max bombload 1 ton plus rockets. Ceiling of 21,000 ft loaded made them vulnerable to German Messers, Fockes, and German gunners. Yaks often flew as escorts. 35,000 built, second only to the Me Bf 109. IL-10 version served in Korea. Not a bad aircraft, but captured examples refused by Luftwaffe as unsafe by German standards...
Ugly aircraft not that fast
But needed for an urgent task
German invasion and the Blitzkrieg!

1760 HP engine
One ton bombload and twin 37s (mm)

They needed tough escort
Yaks to mid-alt for support
"White Rose of Stalingrad" save thee!!!

Messers taghed along
But the Shturmoviks were strong
Armored cockpits... but rear end flawed

Panzers came on strong
ILs rolled quarter ton bombs!

Made Uncle Joe so proud
Especially when they took back ground
Drove back the Nazis, fought fiercely

Many lost with their crew
But won the war, fought in Korea too!

Panther was the hardest tank for them to brew!
Rockets strewn... Kaboom! Kaboom! Kaboom!
Rear end was made of wood and fabric. Germans shot them up and broke their backs.

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Rob Arndt - August 17, 2015 - Report this comment
Note: OS title is "Love Me To"... I thought I entered it wrong and mistakenly incorrected it!!!
Patrick - August 19, 2015 - Report this comment
Never knew these were partially wooden construction. Sort of defeats the purpose of the armored engine compartment and cockpit. I once read a story about a pilot who forced one down, landed to take a souvenir. The pilot jumped out, ran back to the enemy plane and stole it, leaving its pilot stranded in the middle of nowhere. Are you familiar with this incident. I think it was on the Russian Front. Security code L63. Isn't that some sort of jet trainer?
Rob Arndt - August 19, 2015 - Report this comment
Argentine IA 63 Pampa trainer/light strike: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/90/Argentine_Air_Force_LMAASA_IA-63_Pampa_II_%28AT-63%29.jpg/440px-Argentine_Air_Force_LMAASA_IA-63_Pampa_II_%28AT-63%29.jpg
Rob Arndt - August 19, 2015 - Report this comment
Hero of the Soviet Union T. Kuznetsov survived the crash of his Il-2 in 1942 when shot down returning from a reconnaissance mission. Kuznetsov was able to escape from the wreck and hid nearby. To his surprise, a German Bf 109 landed near the crash site and the pilot began to scrounge around the wrecked Il-2 for souvenirs. Thinking quickly, Kuznetsov ran to the German fighter and used it to fly home, barely avoiding being shot down by Soviet fighters in the process.

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