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ME 262

Blue Oyster Cult2 Apr 1974

ME 262 Lyrics

ME 262 - Blue Oyster Cult

Written by:S. Pearlman/E. Bloom/D. Roeser

Goering's on the phone to Freiburg

Say's Willie's done quite a job

 

Hitler's on the phone from Berlin

 

Say's I'm gonna make you a star

 

My Captain Von Ondine here's your next patrol

A flight of English bombers across the canal

After twelve they'll all be here

 

I think you know the job

 

They hung there dependant from the sky

Like some heavy metal fruit

 

These bombers ripened ready to tilt

Must these Englishmen live that I might die

Must they live that I might die

 

In a g load disaster from the rate of climb

Sometimes I'd faint and be lost to our side

But there's no reward for failure but death

So watch me in the mirrors keep in the glidepath

 

Get me through these radars no I cannot fail

Not when great silver slugs are eager to feed

I can't fail no not now

 

When twenty five bombers wait ripe

 

They hung there dependant from the sky

 

Like some heavy metal fruit

 

These bombers ripened ready to tilt

Must these Englishmen live that I might die

Must they live that I might die

 

Me 262 prince of turbojet Junker's jommo 004

 

Blasts from clustered R4M quartets in my snout

 

And see these English planes go burn

 

Now you be my witness how red were the skies

When the fortresses flow for the very last time

It was dark over Westphalia

 

In April of 45

 

They hung there dependant from the sky

 

Like some heavy metal fruit

 

These bombers ripened ready to tilt

Must these Englishmen live that I might die

Must they live that I might die

 

Must these Englishmen live that I might die

 

Junker's jommo 004

 

Must these Englishmen live that I might die

 

Junker's jommo 004

 

Must these Englishmen live that I might die

 

Junker's jommo 004

 

Must these Englishmen live that I might die

 

Junker's jommo 004

 

Must these Englishmen live that I might die

 

Junker's jommo 004

 

Must these Englishmen live that I might die

 

Junker's jommo 004

 

Bombers at 12 o'clock high

 

***Lyrics are from third-parties***