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THE MERMAID

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									THE MERMAID                           Click to hear this song
'Twas friday morning, when we set sail,
We were not far from the land,
When our captain, he spied a mermaid so fair,
With a comb and a brush in her hand,
chorus
And the ocean waves may roll, and the stormy winds may blow,
And we poor sailors, go skipping to the top,
While the landlubbers lie down below, below, below,
While the landlubbers lie down below.
Up spoke the captain of our gallant ship,
And a well spoken Capt was he,
He said, "This fishy mermaid has warned me of our doom:
We shall sink to the bottom of the sea!" chorus
Then up spoke the cook of our gallant ship,
And a crusty old curmudgeon was he, (or a well rounded )
He said, "I care much more for me pots and me pans,
Than I do for the bottom of the sea!" chorus
Up spoke the figurehead of our gallant ship,
And a well carved figurehead was she,
I care much more to be a figure head
Than a log at the bottom of the sea chorus
Up spoke the first mate of our gallant ship,
A fine young man was he,
He said, "I have a wife in Grimsby-By-The-Sea;
Tonight she'll be weepin' for me." chorus
Then three times 'round, spun our gallant ship;
Yes, three times 'round spun she,
Three times 'round, spun our gallant ship;
Then she sank to the bottom of the sea. chorus _

								
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