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Song Parodies -> "Stuka Still Reigned"

Original Song Title:

"Have It Your Way"

Original Performer:

Burger King TV Commercial

Parody Song Title:

"Stuka Still Reigned"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

The Ju-87 Stuka helped pioneer the German Blitzkrieg in Poland and through the Low Countries and France, causing widespread terror with its air sirens and accuracy. It ran into trouble over Britain due to vunerability due to slow speed which enabled Hurris and Spits to kill them (the Bf 109 unable to protect the bombers, the Bf 110, AND the Ju-87s at the same time!!!) But the Stuka was far from finished. On the East Front it regained its momentum and with the improved D and G models enjoyed more success. Hans Rudel, the most destructive pilot in history, flew the Ds and preferred the G-2 which had twin BK 3.7s mounted under the wings. These were 37mm cannon pods fed by 12 and 24 rd box mags that decimated Soviet armor and ground targets. Rudel racked up a tremendous score and won the Reich's highest award- the Knights Cross to the Iron Cross First Class with golden oak leaves, swords, and diamonds. He stuck with the Stuka even after losing part of a leg and against Hitler's orders- such was his devotion to the Nazi cause but also for love of his Stukas. The Stuka remained the highest accuracy dive bomber of WW2. Although the Hs-129 was a dedicated anti-armor strike aircraft with a slung BK 7.5 75mm cannon, the Stuka Gs still were superior. Stukas were notoriously known as Blackbirds throughout the war.
Mount on Stukas, wing pod menace
G-2 was Rudel’s preference
He loved those BK 3.7s
Armor was slain…

Stuka still reigned!!!

Blackbird Stuka, Ostfront offense
T-34s had no defense
Power of BK 3.7s
Tanks burned in flames…

Stuka still reigned!!!

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Patrick - June 03, 2013 - Report this comment
Someone tried to build a replica Stuka from a training plane for the epic movie "Battle of Britain". Not very stable. Radio controlled models were substituted. I read Rudel's "Stuka Pilot" when I was in high school. I remember how he wished the Western powers had joined with Germany to defeat the Bolsheviks. After the war, Rudel emigrated to Argentina where he became a ski instructor. If he were American, there would have been movies made about him.
Jonathan - June 03, 2013 - Report this comment
the description is longer than the parody itself! oh well 555
Rob Arndt - June 03, 2013 - Report this comment
I miss my 1975 Cox Stuka which was line-controlled. They sell for $300-500 now in good condition off E-bay. I have the 21st Century Toy B-Model with ugly radiator and no BKs. It's green :(
Alpha Skua - November 27, 2017 - Report this comment
Hold the lettuce hold the onion save that later for your bunion just serve it your way

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