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Song Parodies -> "The Kaiju Defence Force"

Original Song Title:

"The Battle Hymn of the Republic"

Original Performer:

Julia Ward Howe

Parody Song Title:

"The Kaiju Defence Force"

Parody Written by:

Susanna Viljanen

The Lyrics

"Kaiju" (怪獣) is a Japanese film genre of monster movies. The name translates as "strange monster". The Japanese Self-Defence Force is sometimes nicknamed as the "Kaiju Defence Force" as assumedly it has no named threats or enemies it is prepared against.
Our country's seen invasions of a many a Kaiju
Godzilla, Mothra, Oodako and King Ghidora too
We've had it now enough, there must be something we can do
we're the Kaiju Defence Force!

Glory, glory, what a Kaiju!
we know, we know what we will do
Shoot them, kill them or just subdue -
we're the Kaiju defence force!

Our soldiers are prepared for even weirdest Kaiju threats
The Navy launches ships, the Army tanks, the Air Force jets
And nothing can withstand our ranks of fixed bayonets
we're the Kaiju Defence Force!

Glory, glory...

To save beloved Japan from any strange monstrous attack,
like jellyfish from outer space who have once 'gain come back,
We unleash the wrath of our force, we will cut them in slack,
we're the Kaiju Defence Force!

Glory, glory...

If Kaiju would come here we'd know exactly what we'd do.
we would protect civilians, minimizing damage too.
We also might try capturing them and sending them to zoo.
we're the Kaiju Defence Force!

Glory, glory...

So all you friendly Nihonjin, you can now sleep in peace
we have your butts all covered and we'll bring them on their knees
Should any Kaiju land here, we will deal them with ease
we're the Kaiju Defence Force!

Glory, glory...

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Patrick - December 09, 2016 - Report this comment
"The Battle Hymn of the Republic" has long been my favorite song. I assume it is popular in Finland as well. I also enjoyed for years watching men in lizard suits stomping on Plastic Tokyo. Johnny Sako, Ultraman, Godzilla, and of course, Rodan. When I was about four years old I saw an ad for Rodan on TV and had nightmares of this giant pterodactyl flying over Kansas City. I thought some day I would actually see Godzilla stomping down Minnesota Avenue. My favorite was Mothra. Giant moth destroys Plastic Tokyo, crosses the Pacific Ocean, wipes out Plasitc Los Angeles. Rescues the two little singing girls. As the giant monster flies away from the scene of devastation, the Japanese heroes wave good bye and shout, "Come back again, Mothra". I guess they didn't have to pay to rebuild Plastic Tokyo and Plastic Los Angeles. When I was older, I realized that Godzilla was a metaphor for unrestrained science and nuclear weapons. He was a lot more fun as a monster than as a metaphor.
Rob Arndt - December 09, 2016 - Report this comment
A monster of a parody- 555! I wasn't that impressed by Godzilla but loved the Ultraman series! A new Ultraman film is due soon. Trailer here:
https://youtu.be/Ybyzwa7Qxek

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