This ditty relates to No.120 GR Squadron RAF Coastal Command and was composed about 1941. AIRCREW. We love to fly an aeroplane, The Bay of Biscay, coast of Spain, We treat the Jerries with distain, It's foolish but it's fun. We love to sink a Jerry sub: And cruise around from pub to pub, At clubs we never pay our subs. It's foolish but it's fun. We'd like to give old Hitler hell, And go and bomb Berlin, But since we can't, we'll shoot a line Down in the Gremlin Inn. We stooge around at any height, We dice all day and drink all night, Altho' we know it isn't right. It's foolish but it's fun. We love to take our Waffies out, It took us six months to find out that what they want without a doubt, It's foolish but it's fun. We let them stooge around for us, Until they find they've missed the bus, And even tho' they swear and cus, It's foolish but it's fun. We lead them up the garden path, But never to the church, And then they turn around and find, We've left them in the lurch, They follow us around for miles, And always greet us with their smiles, But how we hate their ugly dials, It's foolish but it's fun. WAAFS They think they've got us on a string, But wait until they hear us sing, We much prefer the fighter King, It's foolish but it's fun. They play around with us like toys, But we will make them lose their poise, For we prefer the bomber boys, It's foolish but it's fun. We like to have them hanging round, But really wouldn't mind, If they posted us to the second front, and left them all behind, We've taught them all they had to learn, And really isn't our concern, And all we ask for in return. It's foolish but it's fun. Do you have a wartime ditty to share?