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Rambo is the seventh song off Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13s second album Night of the Living Drag Queens.

It can also be found onEdit

6 Years, 6 Feet Under the Influence - Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13

Fuck It, We'll Do It Live - Wednesday 13

LyricsEdit

(Spoken: What would possess god in heaven, to make a man like Rambo)

R A M B O

Blow him up like Rambo

He is a killing machine

He's the best combat vet that you've ever seen

And now he's all alone and what you call hell he calls home

He was just walking the streets

Some cop had to push his authority

He just wanted some lunch, but when they fucked with Rambo, they fucked up


R A M B O

Blow em up like Rambo

R A M B O

Blow em up like Rambo


You need an army against this man

And don't forget a supply of body bags

One thing he'll say to you

MURDOCK, I'M COMING AFTER YOU!!


R A M B O

Blow em up like Rambo

R A M B O

Blow em up like Rambo


SOLO

R A M B O

R A M B O

R A M B O

Blow em up like Rambo

R A M B O

Blow em up like Rammmmmbo!!!!!


RamboEdit

John Rambo is a fictional former Green Beret created by David Morrell in his novel, 1972's First Blood. Morrell's character and ideas were used in the 1980s and 2000s as the basis for a series of popular action films starring Sylvester Stallone, as well the media franchise that spun off from the films due to their popularity.

The films featuring the character are: First Blood (1982), Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985), Rambo III (1988), Rambo (2008), and Rambo V (announced for 2009). The films focus on a troubled Vietnam War veteran and Green Beret, John James Rambo, who is skilled in many aspects of survival, weaponry, hand to hand combat and guerrilla warfare.

David Morrell says that in choosing the name Rambo he was inspired by "the sound of force" in the name of rambo apples which he encountered in Pennsylvania, and he felt that its pronunciation was similar to the surname of Arthur Rimbaud, the title of whose most famous work A Season in Hell, seemed to him "an apt metaphor for the prisoner-of-war experiences that I imagined Rambo suffering."

In popular culture, the name has become an eponym for a tactic of military aggression or, alternatively, a person demonstrating great heroism through extreme violence and skill, especially when outnumbered. However, the term can also be used somewhat derogatorily to describe someone who thoughtlessly charges into a fight with no regard for personal safety or careful planning. This term is referred to as "Going Rambo" or "doing it Rambo style."[citation needed] The name is also used in a more figurative sense to describe any action or approach which is deemed to be aggressive.

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