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Folk Song

X:1 T:Santyanno C:Trad Z:Webmaster L:1/8 M:4/4

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K:G B8|D3FG2A2|B2AGA4|d4B4|E6F2|G4A4| G3EG3E|AGFED2EF|G2E2F2B2|B,2E2E3/2|| % W:1 W:We're sailing down the river from Liverpool, W:Heave away, Santy Anno, W:Around Cape Horn to Frisco Bay, W:All on the plains or Mexico. W: W:(chorus) W:So heave her up and away we'll go, W:Heave away, Santy Anno; W:Heave her up and away we'll go, W:All on the plains of Mexico. W: W:2 W:She's a fast clipper ship and a bully good crew, W:Heave away, Santy Anno, W:A down-East Yankee for her captain, too W:All on the plains of Mexico. W: W:3 W:There's plenty of gold so I've been told W:Heave away, Santy Anno, W:There's plenty of gold so I've been told W:Way out West to California-o. W: W:4 W:Back in the days of forty-nine, W:Heave away, Santy Anno, W:Those are the days of the good old times, W:All on the plains of Mexico. W: W:5 W:When Zachary Taylor gained the day, W:Heave away, Santy Anno, W:He made poor Santy run away, W:All on the plains of Mexico. W: W:6 W:General Scott and Taylor too, W:Heave away, Santy Anno, W:Made poor Santy meet his Waterloo, W:All on the plains of Mexico. W: W:7 W:When I leave the ship, I will settle down, W:Heave away, Santy Anno, W:And marry a girl named Sally Brown, W:All on the plains of Mexico. W:W:8 W:Santy Anno was a good old man, W:Heave away, Santy Anno, W:Till he got into war with your Uncle Sam, W:All on the plains of Mexico. % % % % %

					
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