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Arachnide
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Amerikaanse liederen

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Geachten,

Wat me opvalt is dat er - her en der verspreid op't net - gigantisch veel Duitstalige liederen te vinden zijn, die gezongen werden ten tijde van het bestaan van het 'Reich'.
CD-uitgaven als 'Zo zong de NSB', zien we ook steeds vaker terug, maar Amerikaanse liederen vind je bijna nergens, of ik weet niet waar ik moet zoeken.
LimeWire kan in ieder geval niets vinden (echter wel zeer veel nazi-liederen), dus heeft hier iemand een link voor mij? :)

Alvast bedankt.

Groeten,

Arachnide.
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Alton Glenn Miller. Hij was orkestleider van de Army Air Force Band en eerder had hij ook al buiten het leger een band.

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http://www.amazon.com/Songs-That-Got-Th ... B0000032SP
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Heel erg bedankt! :)

Belangrijke noot: Ik ben op zoek naar marsliederen. In't Duits heb ik er erg veel kunnen vinden, iemand de Amerikaanse voor me? :)
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Yannick S. schreef:Blood on the Risers.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_on_the_Risers
Heel, heel erg bedankt! :)
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http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=znEePD1nJxo the stars and stripes forever

OVER THERE
Johnnie get your gun, get you gun, get your gun,
Take it on the run, on the run, on the run,
Hear them calling you and me;
Every son of Liberty
Hurry right away, no delay, go today,
Make your daddy glad to have had such a lad
Tell your sweetheart not to pine,
To be proud her boy's in line.

Chorus:
Over There, Over There
Send the word, send the word,
Over There
That the Yanks are coming,
The Yanks are coming,
The drums rum tumming everywhere
So prepare,
Say a Prayer
Send the word,
Send the word to beware
We'll be over, we're coming over.
And we won't be back till it's over over there!

Johnnie get your gun, get you gun, get your gun,
Johnnie show the Hun, you're a Son-of-a-Gun,
Hoist the flag and let her fly
Like true heros do or die
Pack your little kit, show your grit, do your bit,
Soldiers to the ranks from the towns and the tanks,
Make your Mother proud of you and to Liberty be true.

Chorus:
Over There, Over There
Send the word, send the word,
Over There
That the Yanks are coming,
The Yanks are coming,
The drums rum tumming everywhere
So prepare,
Say a Prayer
Send the word,
Send the word to beware
We'll be over, we're coming over.
And we won't be back till it's over over there!
"You can manufacture weapons and you can purchase ammunition, but you can't buy valor and you can't pull heroes off an assembley line"
http://www.35thinfantrydivisionbelgium.be/
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Blood on the risers
http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=dtctYpXkoL0

Second World War Cadence - SOUND OFF
By Michael Stuckey

An old Army legend is told... in May, 1944, an fatigued marching column, returning to barracks at Ft. Slocum, New York, picked up the step with a chant heard in the ranks. Others repeated it and the "Duckworth Chant" or "Sound Off" was born. Pvt. Willie Duckworth, an African American soldier created the chant that we know today.
"Sound Off"
(CHORUS) SOUND OFF (By individual)
1 - 2 (By troops)
SOUND OFF (By individual)
3 - 4 (By troop)
CADENCE COUNT (By individual)
1 - 2 - 3 - 4, 1 - 2 --- 3 - 4 (By troops)

VERSE 1 The heads are up and the chests are out
The arms are swinging in cadence count.
Repeat - Chorus after every verse
VERSE 2 Head and eyes are off the ground,
Forty inches, Cover down.
VERSE 3 It won't get by if it ain't GI,
It won't get by if it ain't GI,
VERSE 4 I don't mind taking a hike
If I can take along a bike.
VERSE 5 I don't care if I get dirty
As long as the Brow gets Gravel Gertie.
VERSE 6 The Wacs and Waves will win the War
So tell us what we're fighting for.
VERSE 7 They send us out in the middle of the night
To shoot an azimuth without a light.
VERSE 8 There are lots plums upon the tree
For everyone exceptin' me.
VERSE 9 The first platoon, it is the best.
They always pass the Colonel's tests.
JODY CALLS - Who is Jody? Jodie (Jody) is a mysterious, often sinister character that stays home and indulges in the good life as a civilian. This person can be a male or a female depending on the spin of the verses and is ready to comfort or take away your wife, girlfriend, sister or possessions while you are soldiering. Jody may be synonymous with G.I. Joe, a variation of John Doe. The verses are never-ending and are often made up for a particular person, place, unit or situation.
Here's a sample: You had a good home when you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
You had a good home when you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
Jodie was there when you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
Jodie was there when you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
(CHORUS) SOUND OFF (By individual)
1 - 2 (By troops)
SOUND OFF (By individual)
3 - 4 (By troop)
CADENCE COUNT (By individual)
1 - 2 - 3 - 4, 1 - 2 --- 3 - 4 (By troops)
You had a good home when you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
Jodie was there when you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
Her mamma was there when you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
Her papa was there when you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
(CHORUS)
You had a good home when you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
Your baby was there when you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
The police were there when you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
And that's why you left (By individual)
You're right (By troops)
(CHORUS)
The Captain rides in a jeep,
You're right (By troops)
The Sergeant rides in a truck,
You're right (By troops)
The General rides in a limousine
You're right (By troops)
But your just out a luck.
You're right (By troops)
(CHORUS)
Occasionally, one hears a cadence or "Jody" in films or records. These may not be exactly authentic but most capture the feeling of the period and the spirit of the cadence.
(In de film Battleground kom tegen het einde een scene waar dit liedje ook gezongen wordt)
© 2003 Brian Mead / Hardscrabble Farm

Praise the lord and pass the ammunition
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXMNzjtd ... ed&search=

Down went the gunner, a bullet was his fate
Down went the gunner, then the gunners mate
Up jumped the sky pilot, gave the boys a look
And manned the gun himself as he laid aside The Book, shouting
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition and we'll all stay free!
Praise the Lord and swing into position!
Can't afford to sit around and wishin'
Praise the Lord we're all between perdition
and the deep blue sea!
Yes the sky pilot said it
You've got to give him credit
for a son - of - gun - of - a - gunner was he,
Shouting;
Praise the Lord we're on a mighty mission!
All aboard, we're not a - goin' fishin;
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition and we'll all stay free!

When Johnny comes marching home again

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INPNyNivNWA

When Johnny comes marching home again,
Hurrah! Hurrah!
We'll give him a hearty welcome then
Hurrah! Hurrah!
The men will cheer and the boys will shout
The ladies they will all turn out
And we'll all feel gay,
When Johnny comes marching home.

The old church bell will peal with joy
Hurrah! Hurrah!
To welcome home our darling boy
Hurrah! Hurrah!
The village lads and lassies say
With roses they will strew the way,
And we'll all feel gay
When Johnny comes marching home.

Get ready for the Jubilee,
Hurrah! Hurrah!
We'll give the hero three times three,
Hurrah! Hurrah!
The laurel wreath is ready now
To place upon his loyal brow
And we'll all feel gay
When Johnny comes marching home.
And not all the monkeys are in the zoo.
Every day you meet quite a few. (Swinging on a Star) Anne Shelton 1944
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Geweldig, heel erg bedankt allemaal! :)
Prachtige liederen zijn het. :)
Men moet de waarheid niet verwarren, met de mening van de meerderheid.
Is op zoek naar Duitse foto's, voor in mijn Duits fotoalbum. Verkoop je foto's? PB aub!
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