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JACK TARR THE SAILOR
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  When first I came to   Liverpool I   went   upon the    spree
Me  money  at  last  I spent it fast got drunk as  d  runk could b   e
And    when my money was all gone  it was then that I   wanted    more
But a   man must be blind to   make up his mind to   go to   sea once    more
 
 
              
 
 
  I spent the night with   Angeline to   drunk to   roll in   bed
 
Me watch it was new and my money was too
And the morning with   them she f   led
And   as I roamed the streets of  Bath the whores they a  ll would r   oar
There   goes Jarr Tarr the    poor sailor
He must   go to   sea once   more                                  
 
 
  As I walking   down the steet I   ran into   Rapper B   rown
I  asked him for to take me in and he looked at   me with a    frown
He   said last time  you was on board    with me you   job no     score
But I'll   take your advance and I'll    give you the chance
And I'll   send you to   sea once   more                              
 
 
  They shipped me aboard of  a   whaling ship   bound for the   Artic    Sea
 
Where the cold winds blow thru the frost and the snow
Jamaica    rum would    freeze
A'la  s I had no luck with my gear for I left my   money as   hore
It was   then that I wished that    I was  there   safe with the   girl's   
   ashore
 
 
              
 
 
  Come all ye boat s  eafaring lads who   listen   to my    song
And when you come off them long trip pray that you   don't go    wrong
  Take my advice  drink no strong drink don't go sleeping   with no    whores
But get   married lads and have a  ll night  in and   go to to   sea no    more.

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