"I Was A Kamikaze Pilot" as written by and David Faulkner....
I was a, was a kamikaze pilot
They gave me a plane, I couldn't fly it home.
Taught how to take off, I don't know how to land.
They say it doesn't matter and I just cannot understand.
I was a kamikaze pilot,
They gave me a plane, I couldn't fly it home.

Left my happy homeland in a Zero,
I got engine trouble so I couldn't be a hero
(Do you think I care?).
Now I'll keep my two feet on the ground
Cause when you're in the clouds
Everybody tries to shoot you down
I was a kamikaze pilot,
They gave me a plane, I couldn't fly it home

On an island there ain't too much to do
Look after number one 'cause I think I can see
Lee Marvin chasin' after you.
I was a kamikaze pilot
They gave me a plane, I couldn't fly it home.

Cherry blossoms falling down.


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"I Was a Kamikaze Pilot" as written by Dave Faulkner

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