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The song describes a chaplain "sky pilot" being with some fighting men who are under attack from an enemy. He is asked to say a prayer for the men who were engaged in firing Tony Rebel - Can´t Fool Me the oncoming planes.
The chaplain puts down his Bible, mans one of the ship's gun turrets and begins firing Chasseur De Femmes - Didier Barbelivien - Chasseur De Femmes, saying, "Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition".
According to writer Jack S. McDowell, the famous phrase is generally credited to "a chaplain," said to be manning the guns of a ship under Pass The Ammunition - Exit-Stance - While Backs Are Turned. . For some time, long after Pearl Harborstories and reports surfaced about an incident involving this apocryphal "sky pilot", who was said to have uttered the words "Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition".
The stories eventually made their way through the servicemen and back to the press. This, as McDowell noted, led some writers to erroneously identify other chaplains as author of the phrase. Nonetheless, the real chaplain, Lt. Howell M. Lieutenant Edwin F. Woodhead, who was the officer in charge of an ammunition line on the USS New Orleans later recounted that during the attack, "I heard a voice behind me saying, 'Praise Mr Fuzz* Feat.
Maurizio (18) - Deep House Cooking Lord and pass the ammunition. He was patting them on the back and making that remark to cheer and keep them going. I know it helped me a lot, too. Another lieutenant said that thereafter, when the men heard the song, they would kid Chaplain Forgy about the role he played, encouraging him to set the record straight about who actually said what.
According to the same officer the chaplain would decline, modestly claiming he felt, " Chaplain Forgy's superior officers set up a meeting with members of the press and at last, the real story of the song and the man who had inspired it was confirmed. Forgy appeared on the game show I've Got a Secret in an episode that originally aired May 18,and recalled the story as follows:.
We were having a turbine lifted, and all of our electrical power wasn't on, and so when we went to lift the ammunition by the hoist, we had to form lines of men — form Take Off - Tinchy Stryder - Catch 22 Pass The Ammunition - Exit-Stance - While Backs Are Turned. brigade — and we began to carry the ammunition up through the quarterdeck into the gurneys, and I stood there and directed some of the boys down the port side and some down the starboard side, and as they were getting a little tired, I just happened to say, "Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.
According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article of January 1,the origin of the quote may well have been John Ford's film Drums along the Mohawk. The song became extremely popular despite Loesser's belief that "Americans did not want a true war song.
According to his obituary in The New York Times of August 8,the singer who introduced the song to a popular audience was Robert Rounseville. Based on the title of the song and the events that inspired it, American Brandywine artist Pass The Ammunition - Exit-Stance - While Backs Are Turned.
De Maris — produced a painting of a Pilgrim who has just been shot at with an arrow reaching for his musket. Loesser donated his royalties for sale of the song to the Navy Relief Society. In later years, the expression has often been used in a satirical manner. Kay Kyser's version of the song has made an appearance in multiple video games : the BioShock 2 published by 2K Games in the official launch trailer  and in-game in a make-shift chapel, the Mafia II  published by 2K Games on the in-game Empire Central Radio, and the Fallout 76 published by Bethesda Softworks on the in-game Appalachia Radio.
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