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Category - Sea song

The Bay Of Biscay Oh


(:redirect quiet=1:) %abc-2.1 X:1 T:The Bay Of Biscay Oh C:Trad N:Folk N:Sea Z:Webmaster K:C % W:1 W:Loud roar'd the dreadful thunder The rain a deluge show'rs; W:The clouds are rent asunder By lightning's vivid pow'rs. W:The night both drear and dark. Our poor devoted bark W:Till next day there she lay In the Bay of Biscay O! W:Till next day there she lay In the Bay of Biscay O! W: W:2 W:Now dashed up on the billow Our op'ning timbers creak, W:Each fears a watery pillow, None stop the dreadful leak. W:To cling to slippery shrouds Each breathless seaman crowds W:As she lay till the day In the Bay of Biscay O! W:As she lay till the day In the Bay of Biscay O! W: W:3 W:Her yielding timbers sever, Her pitchy seams are rent; W:When Heav'n, all bounteous ever, Its boundless mercy sent. W:A sail in sight appears, We hail her with three cheers W:Now we sail with the gale From the Bay of Biscay O! W:Now we sail with the gale From the Bay of Biscay O! % % % % % % After The Campfire Song Book % My Own Song Book % The Song And The Story % Songs From Hazzards Huzzah % % % % % %]

						
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Category - Sea song