Air Force Marching Cadence

Irene (Air Force Marching Cadence)

Irene’s her name
She’s one of the best.
So every night
I give her the test.

She looks so pretty.
So sleek, so slim.
The moon is bright
the lights are dim.

I’ve seen her stripped.
I’ve seen her bare,
I’ve felt her over everywhere.
I handled her just as gentle as I could.

And when I got in her
I knew she was good.
I rolled her over on her side
Then on her back I also tried.

She’s just one big thrill
the best in the land.
She’s an F-16
in the Air Combat Command.

 

A LETTER FROM MY RECRUITER (Air Force Marching Cadence)

I was sitting at home watching TV
Drinking beer at a quarter to three
Up walked the postman and dropped the bomb
He handed me my letter from the Pentagon

My knees got shaky; I began to sweat
I knew they hadn’t started the draft up yet
I opened up the letter and what did I see?
A whole lot of big words I couldn’t read

This Air Force is supposed to be good for me
And so I went downtown to see
The Air Force recruiter said “Don’t despair”
Opportunity unlimited and treatment is fair

Pay is good, advancement is great
Get out of bed early, go to bed late
I mean what I say and say what I mean
Air Force life is the best I’ve seen

 

Freedom’s not Free (Air Force Marching Cadence)

Some would say Freedom is free,
But I tend to disagree.
Some say war can be won,
Thru the bullet of a gun.
Once was blind now I see
1st Sgt. got me on my knees,
On that day in September
I will always remember,
Hold your head, hold it high
U.S. Airmen marching by.

 

Whips and Chains (Air Force Marching Cadence)

(to the tune of “Yellow Ribbon”)

Around her neck she wore a studded collar
She wore it in the springtime in the merry month of May
And if you ask her why the heck she wore it
She wore it for that soldier/airman/sailor who was into whips and chains

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Whips and chains
(whips and chains)
Whips and chains
(whips and chains, she wore it for that soldier who was into whips and chains)

Around the block, she rode a purple Harley
She rode it in the springtime in the merry month of May
And if you ask her why the heck she rode it
She rode it for that soldier/airman/sailor who was into whips and chains

 

Party Hardy (Air Force Marching Cadence)

We don’t like the army
Army don’t party,
party hardy
party hardy all night long

We don’t like the Navy,
Navy don’t party,
party hardy
party hardy all night long

We don’t like marines,
Marines don’t party
party hardy
party hardy all night long

We don’t like the Coast Guard,
Coast Guard don’t party
party hardy
party hardy all night long

We like the Air Force,
Air Force can party,
party hardy
party hardy all night long
** Your left, your left, your left, right, get on down
Your left, your left, your left, right, get on down
Now drop, and beat your face
___ flight’s gonna rock this place
We said it, we meant it, and now we’re here to represent it!

2 thoughts on “Air Force Marching Cadence

  • March 22, 2015 at 4:00 pm
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    Does anyone know a cadence that begins with “I don’t know but I’ve been told, a green eyed girl ain’t got no soul…”

  • April 28, 2015 at 1:24 pm
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    I’m looking for a cadence I heard as a cadet about 10 years ago. I know the last two lines before Sound off was

    Gopher Gopher,super dude
    Now he’s in our midday food.

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