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Folk Song

X:1 T:The Golden Vanity C:Trad Z:Webmaster K: % W:1 W:There was a lofty ship, and she put out to sea, W:And the name of the ship was the Golden Vanity, W:As she sailed upon the low and lonesome low, W:As she sailed upon the lonesome sea. W: W:2 W:She had not been out but two weeks of three W:When she was overtaken by a Turkish Revelee W:As she sailed upon the low and lonesome low W:Au she sailed upon the lonesome sea. W: W:3 W:Then up spake our little cabin boy Saying' W:What will you give me if I will then destroy W:If I sink them in the low and lonesome low W:If I sink them in the lonesome sea? " W: W:4 W:Oh, the man that them destroys, our captain then replied W:Five thousand pounds and my daughter for his bride W:If he sinks them in the low and lonesome low W:If he sinks them. in the lonesome sea. " W: W:5 W:Then the boy smote his breast and down jumped he W:He swum till he' came to the Turkish Revelee W:As she sailed 'upon the low and lonesome low W:As she sailed upon the lonesome sea. W: W:6 W:He had a little tool that was made for the use W:He bored nine holes in her hull all at once W:And he sunk her 'in the low and lonesome low W:He sunk her in the lonesome sea. W: W:7 W:He swum back to his ship and he beat upon the side W:Cried, "Captain, pick me up for I'm wearied with the tide, W:I am sinking in the low and lonesome 1ow W:I am sinking in the lonesome sea." W: W:8 W:No! I will not pick you up the captain then replied W:I will shoot you I will drown you I will sink you in the tide W:I will sink you in the low and lonesome low W:I will sink you in the lonesome sea. " W: W:9 W:If it was not for the love that I bear for your men W:I would do unto you as I did unto them; W:I would sink you in the low and lonesome low W:I would sink you in the lonesome sea. " W: W:10 W:Then the boy bowed his head and down sunk he W:Farewell, farewell to the Golden Vanity W:As she sails upon the low and lonesome low W:As she sails upon the lonesome sea. % % % % % titlefont Arial bold

					
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