Full Frontal Piracy

 

 

Fourteen Years On A Pirate Ship

 

I have fourteen years on a pirate ship, a veteran if you please, boy

I drink with the devil and be damned with the rest, it’s my call to the sea.

Oh for fourteen years I’ve been all alone, but in good companyAnd it’s fourteen more that I will roam, fulfill my destiny

 

And it’s row (HEAVE HO), me hearties row (HEY)

(Way back, heave ho, we’ll cross the bloody shoals!)

I tell ya row, me hearties row, from Spain to the Virgin Islands

 

Well I do what I want and I take what I like, I guess that’s who I am, boy

I live for the moment and be damned with the rest, it’s here I make my stand

My sovereignty I owe to the one that me come aboard

And sometimes I regret that I killed that man

  • But not very often
  • No, not very often

 

 And it’s row (HEAVE HO), me hearties row (HEY)

 (Way back, heave ho, we’ll cross the bloody shoals!)

 I tell ya row, me hearties row, from Spain to the Virgin Islands

 

 Well for fourteen years I’ve seen my share of bloodshed and disease, boy

 But a night on the shore with a strumpet I know revives my sanity

 Oh for fourteen years I’ve had one goal, to see all I could see

 And we’ll sink those ships that slow us down

  •  And relieve them of their booty
  • Yea, that’s right, mate

 

  And it’s row (HEAVE HO), me hearties row (HEY)

 (Way back, heave ho, we’ll cross the bloody shoals!)

 I tell ya row, me hearties row, from Spain to the Virgin Islands

 

 I’ve sung every song that there is to sing, that’s sang about the sea

 And I’ve crossed paths with many worthless folk, including kings and queens

 Oh in fourteen years I’ll end my wrath, my freedom may be won and I’ll sail home

 (With a hold full of treasure and a brand new song!)

 

 (ROW – ROW – ROW – ROW)

 

 And it’s row (HEAVE HO), me hearties row (HEY)

 (Way back, heave ho, we’ll cross the bloody shoals!)

 I tell ya row, me hearties row, from Spain to the Virgin Islands


 

Whiskey in the Jar (Pirate Version)

 
As I was coming home from a Port Maria party

I crossed paths with John Rackham and his lady friend Anne Bonny

Well perhaps it was the full moon, or the whiskey had worked its wonders

But I knocked them out cold in the street and relieved them of their plunder

                                 

Musha ring dumma do damma da

Whack for the daddy ’ol

Whack for the daddy ‘ol

There’s whiskey in the jar

 

Me heart was beating fast now and the road seemed rather scary

So I threw the sack over me back and I took it home to Mary

She said and she swore that she never would deceive me

I didn’t know the devil and Mary Read had made a pact way down in Fiji

 

As I sat there excitedly telling her of an eventful evening

I counted out the jewels and grinned then soon turned in for sleeping

But Mary took me clothes and she wore them like a man

And set out to find ol Calico Jack with me blunderbuss in hand

 

It was early in the morning and I woke from an attack

Then reaching for me gun beheld the smile of Calico Jack

Shocked and confused as the Cat o’ nine tails hit me

And arm and arm there stood me Mary and Anne Bonny

 

There’s a man Captain Barnet, and he works for the navy

I hear he’s after Calico Jack perhaps he’ll come and save me

But I wait here patiently as we sail toward Tortuga

A pirate now I man the deck because I’ve been recruited

 

Now some men take delight in the drinking and the roving

But others take delight the gambling and the smoking

But I take delight in an aged warm glass of whiskey

And courting pretty faire maidens, as long as their name’s not Mary


Drink, Drink, Drink

 

And we’ll drink, drink, drink. Our rum and tequila

We’ll drink, drink, drink. Don’t want ta we need ta

We’ll drink, drink, drink. Beer and Margarita

And drink all our troubles away

 

When I was young I swore to be famous

But now that I’ve aged I prefer to be nameless

Alone on the sea we sip rum between us

And drink all our troubles away

 

I remember a time when I had pretty young lady

A house on a hill and a three month old baby

She left me one day for a man in the navy

So I drink all me troubles away

 

If life were fair I’d been born richer

Be back on me farm with six hundred acres

Instead of at sea with privateer fakers

Drinking my troubles away

 

When Cap lost his leg he swore to get even

He picked up his limb and hurled it back at them

Cursing their ship and swearing to sink’em

While drinking his troubles away

 

If I had me wish I’d wish to be happy

Somewhere on a beach with me plunder a napping

With an islander girl as happy as I am

Drinking for pleasure today

 


 

Johnny home


Gather ‘round for a story to be had
Of a six foot six strapping lad
He’d enlist to the navel of his own port stead
To make a name and then return home

A towering man, quiet and shy
He hugged his kids and kissed his wife goodbye
And he said young Billy don’t you cry
For soon I’ll be coming home

And she wished Johnny would stay home

------

Johnny came aboard with a gleam in his eye
On the dock below, there stood his wife
Smiling and waving as she said goodbye
And to me she yelled bring Johnny home

Never had we seen such a vaulting man
With a thirst for knowledge and a course well planned
He spoke of his family again and again
And a life he soon would sow

Yea we’d all see Johnny home

-------

And we’d all see Johnny home someday
To his wife and kids, assuring it’ okay
And we’d eat and we’d drink and we’d end the day
With a sad ‘ol sailors song

And we’d all see Johnny home someday
We’d reminisce and we’d laugh and we’d watch the kids play
And we’d talk about how we’re going to spend our days
Yea we’d all see Johnny home

-----

The captain was an undaunted man
He swore he knew his enemy all first hand
And we knew someday he make his stand
If again their paths did cross

It was dark as hell on a ghostly night
The canon fire was the only light
And what we saw next was a sickening sight
And the captain’s life was gone

And to the battle, we all saw Johnny run

------

Johnny jumped in without a fear for his life
As the enemy boarded us starboard side
We were fifteen down and dropping like flies
When I saw Johnny’s eyes turn red

And he let forth a scream and a ravenous might
With a pistol in his left and a cutlass in his right
Like a wild hurricane he commenced to fight
This battle’s not finished yet!

And to Johnny we owe our debt

-------

And we’d all see Johnny home someday
To his wife and kids, assuring it’s okay
And we’d eat and we’d drink and we’d end the day
With a sad ‘ol sailors song

And we’d all see Johnny home someday
We’d reminisce and we’d laugh and we’d watch the kids play
And we’d talk about how we’re going to spend our days
Yea we’d all see Johnny home

-------

Then the crew joined in until their ship we breeched
We all had the vigor of ten men each
And some did die and some did flee
But in the end our crew stood tall

And we all looked to Johnny now covered in blood
He collapsed to his knees, cursing heaven above
For me punishment here what have I done
And he muttered I failed them all

And we all saw Johnny fall

------

And we all saw Johnny home that day
To his wife and kids, assuring it’s okay
And we told them of the battle on the fifth of May
And not a braver man had fought

And we all broke down when she started to cry
And she fell down beside him and she said goodbye
And the children fell in with her by her side
And for their loss, time stood still

Then anger ensued for the months of prayers
That went unanswered and she drew back her long dark hair
And we all watched as she died a little bit right there
And she stood and addressed me as sir

Thank God you brought Johnny home


 

Full Frontal Piracy

 

coming soon


Tiggo Bitty

 

Gather round young sailor men
And listen to me tale
For I’ve gone from here to Tripilee
On a Schooner with one sail
I’ve fought in many battles
But one stands out in memory
When we lost against a fair maiden
And crew of twenty three

And I never seen a woman that could look so fine
And I never seen a man that could cross her line
And nobody did what Tiggo Bitty did
Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow

EwWa Oh, Tiggo Bitty
EwWa Oh, HEY
EwWa Oh, Tiggo Bitty
Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow

Gather round me ladies
And I’ll show ye all me scars
But the one that cut the deepest
Is the one that’s on me heart
I’ve fought through rank
On ships that stank
Watched many fine men go and walk the plank
And I never seen a woman that could shoot so well
Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow

EwWa Oh, Tiggo Bitty
EwWa Oh, HEY
EwWa Oh, Tiggo Bitty
Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow

Gather round me buccaneers
And join me in me song
At first you won’t believe it
But I’ll convince ye that ye’re wrong
For you never met so ruthless
With beauty just as well
The power to entrance you
And the strength to unleash hell

HEY

And I never seen a woman that could look so fine
And I never seen a man that could cross her line
And nobody did what Tiggo Bitty did
Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow

EwWa Oh, Tiggo Bitty
EwWa Oh, HEY
EwWa Oh, Tiggo Bitty
Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow

Gather round most everyone and join me in a prayer
For I long for Tiggo Bitty
More than I dare share
The last day that I talked with her

  • Wait, you talked with her
  • Well it was more her doing the talking. You see, she had a dagger at my cheek
  • HA, ha, ha, What’d she say?
  • Well she smiled and said…

Go and tell the world about me
And how I spared your life in Tripilee

HEY

And I never seen a woman that could look so fine
And I never seen a man that could cross her line
And nobody did what Tiggo Bitty did
Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow

EwWa Oh, Tiggo Bitty
EwWa Oh, HEY
EwWa Oh, Tiggo Bitty
Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow

Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow
Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow
Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow
Tiggo Bitty Captain of the Crow

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Dancing the Hempen Jig

 

Take heed by me ye smugglers,
I say take heed by me!
While you ply your angry trade
Ye villains of the sea,
You'll drink strong rum and porter,
You'll dine on roast wild pig.
But if the admiralty catches you-
You'll dance the Hempen Jig!

And you'll dance the hempen jig me boy, you'll dance the hempen jig!
If the admiralty catches you you'll dance the hempen jig!

O, once I was simple lad,

And lived at home at ease.
But now I am a pirate bold
And plough the angry seas!
I thought I'd like seafaring life,
My rum and ale I'd swig.
But now, its true, I live in fear
Of dancin' the hempen jig!

And you'll dance the hempen jig me boy, you'll dance the hempen jig!
If they find out the trouble we’ve caused they’ll throw us in the brig
And when the morning comes (hye!) our punishment will be big
If the admirality catches us we’ll dance the hempin jig

Old Johnny was a Tinkers son
Who came from CountyKerry.
A sailor's friend and fan of rum
He kept us all quite merry.
On leave one night he got too drunk,
They threw him in the brig.
And when they learned he sailed with us,
He danced the hempen jig!

And you'll dance the hempen jig me boy, you'll dance the hempen jig!
And when they learned he sailed with us,he danced the hempen jig!

My love she was no foolish girl,
Her age was but a score.
My love was not a spinster,
She'd been married twice before.
A thief herself she dressed the part
A mans hat and coat and wig,
But she got caught a-plundering
And danced the hempen jig!

And you'll dance the hempen jig me boy, you'll dance the hempen jig!
If they find out the trouble we’ve caused they’ll throw us in the brig
And when the morning comes (hye!) our punishment will be big
If the admirality catches us we’ll dance the hempin jig

Our vessel it was homeward bound
In our hold our loot and store.
And many a golden bauble,
Upon myself I wore.
There were rings of gold with big fat gems
And spices like thyme and fig,
We got them all illegally
And risk the hempen jig!
And you'll dance the hempen jig me boy, you'll dance the hempen jig!
If they find out the trouble we’ve caused they’ll throw us in the brig
And when the morning comes (hye!) our punishment will be big
If the admirality catches us we’ll dance the hempin jig


Old Maui

It's a damned tough life, full of toil and strife We PIRATES undergo.
And we don't give a damn when the gale has stopped How hard the wind did blow.
We're homeward bound! 'Tis a grand old sound On a good ship taut and free,
And we don't give a damn when we drink our rum With the girls on old Maui.

Rolling down to old Maui, my boys,
Rolling down to old Maui.
We're bound for port with loot in store
Rolling home to old Maui.


Once more we sail with a northerly gale Our Roger flying free.
And them coconut fronds in them tropic lands We soon again shall see.
Six hellish months we've passed away In our prowling of the sea,
And now we're bound for port once more, Rolling down to old Maui.

We'll fill our holds with the Frenchmen’s gold Their wines and liquor too.
Our mast and yards can take the hits their guns and cannon threw.
When our names they hear their filled with fear All across the seven seas
But we’ll think on that as we laugh and chatWith the girls of old Maui.

How soft the breeze of the tropic seas Now the fight is far astern,
And them native maids in them island glades Are waiting our return.
Even now their big black eyes look out Hoping some fine day to see
Our baggy sails running 'fore the gales Rolling down to old Maui.

And now we sail with a favoring gale Towards our island home.
Our mainmast sprung, our looting done, And we ain't got far to roam.
Our stuns'l booms are carried away What care we for that sound?
A living gale is after us, Thank God we're homeward bound!

And now we're anchored in the bay With our booty in our hands

The smell of swine and sweet French wineThey greet us back to land.
And now ashore we'll have good fun We'll paint them beaches red
Awaking in the arms of a womanWith a big fat aching head.

 


 Castrating Katy 

 

 

Oh let me tell you tales of Castrating Katy
The prettiest girl I think there’s ever been
She went on a trip with her poppy on business
Didn’t know her life would change from there on in

It was late one night on a cargo ship, and we were lost a sea’o

Katy was the daughter of a merchant man, a crisp and clean sixteen’o

With the body of a much more mature girl, and a gullible demeanor

Katy didn’t know what would soon go down and the men would soon betray her

 

Oh let me tell you tales of Castrating Katy

And how her smile would soon change to a vengeful thirst

And from the cargo bay she heard the sound of her poppy

Be damned with you all, you’ll go through me first

 

I woke up to the sound of some ladies screams

And there sat Katy in her father’s blood and a man told me to leave.

Seven men with clubs gathered’round her now, as they laughed and joked in tandem.

And one stood before her with his trousers down, commanding her to please him

 

Oh let me tell you tales of Castrating Katy

No blade, no bow, no nothing but her own sharp teeth

And as blood trickled down her face one wailed and the others stood in silence

That bastard fell and Katy found her feet

 

As I was taken back to me own quarters, and I couldn’t see her no more

But I heard blood chilling howls and someone jumped overboard

Well me captor he soon went away, to see what went awry

And with a grin I ran to look over the bow and see her with me own two eyes

 

Oh let me tell you tales of Castrating Katy
The prettiest girl I think there’s ever been
She went on a ship with her poppy on business
Didn’t know her life would change from there on in

 

Well it’s going on damn near five years since that day at sea
But last night I met with a buxom young lass, and familiar did she seem
She said her name was Katy, she remembered me from that night on the boat
And with a wink and a smile she pointed to the man at the bar, six down and two to go

Now there are some pirate lot, hell bent on fame and glory
But there are those with vengeful thoughts, tis why I tell this story

“So what you’re saying in this story, mate, is that she bit off someone’s…..”

 

Oh let me tell you tales of Castrating Katy
The most  ruthless  girl  to sail the seven seas… Oh
She had a heart of gold, but you’d better not cross her
or Katy’ll turn from good to downright mean


 Come Along

 

Chorus:
Come along (come along) ye sailor lads for tonight we eat well
Drink it down (drink it down) for there’s lot of grog, it does the trick but it burns like hell
Step it up (step it up) or we’ll be late, and the Captain will be sore
Come along (come along) ye say lye are’s for tonight we’re bound for shore

Heave and ho, a whaa a way eh oh

1. We’ve sailed the main and with it came 40 days at sea
Hard tack, jerky and pickled eggs, nothing more to eat
There once was a time I remember it well, when I was seventeen
What was I thinking when I said “A pirates life for me”
(This sucks!)

(Chorus Repeat:)

2. With midday comes a blistering sun which lowers our moral
And the evenings are freezing, oh I want to go home right now
From the nest I see land, hey Captain, “Land Ho!”
And the Captain screams a bellowing, “Hard to port mates!”

(Lets go!)

(Chorus Repeat:)

3. For twenty six years I’ve been here, a sailor tried and true
I’ve seen everything that a man can see, now I’m showing it all to you
A third generation pirates son, me pappy taught me all I need to know
And once you get in there’s no getting out – you go wherever the wind dost blow
(Heave Ho!)

(Chorus Repeat x2:)


 Two Shots

 

And we’ll have two shots of whiskey and a half pint of rum
A whole yard of beer then just to have some fun
Some of me pappy’s corn liquor and start where we begun
With two shots of whiskey and a half pint of rum

Hey’yaa

You wake up in the morn-i-in head off to the job you hate
The evenings but eight hours away and you can hardly wait
For the barmaid is pretty, her smile it fills the main
Give me two shots of courage and I’ll ask her for her name

(Chorus)

Hey’yaa

I once had a love, five foot two bonny lass
Aint nothing like blue eyed girl to wash away the past
I wore me heart out on me sleeve and swore to always be true
It went great for a about six months but after that we were through

(Chorus)

Hey’yaa

I’ve sailed the ocean far and wide, the strangest thing I’ve seen
Was six naked mermaids lying on the beach
They motioned for me to come over and granted me a wish
They left me with me trousers down and smelling like a fish

(Chorus)

Hey’yaa

When I’ve had me dieing day, as a creature on this earth
I want the world to remember me, and all the things I’ve done for what it’s worth
Bury me near the sea side lads, so I can hear the crashing of the waves
Oh how I’ll miss, how I ended all me days

(Chorus x2) 


Sail Away

When I was a lad, didn’t care for listening
to all the words my father said to me
Then he was gone, left me all alone, he sailed away
Sail away
I grew up hard, and fast and learned to fight.
I would survive each day by my own might
And when I’d seen, all I wanted to see, I’d sail away
Sail away

Oh sail away, to life’s next turn.
Sail away and thank god for the scars I’ve earned
And celebrate, each passing day
As we sail away

I once had a wife, great smile and full of charm.
Gave her my heart and soul and she died in my arms
But I won’t cry, just pack up and leave, and sail away
Sail away
Cause life’s like a ride, aboard a galleon ship
It’s not what you have no no but what you do with it
When you see the storm, don’t sail into it, no you sail away
Sail away

Oh sail away, to life’s next turn.
Sail away and thank god for the scars I’ve earned
And celebrate, each passing day
As we sail away

I’ve been there before, don’t tell me what you did
I’ve seen it all twice don’t try to impress me kid
God only knows, I’ve paid my due’s, and sailed away
Sail away
Don’t look at my wounds, for you’ll not see
Most of my scars they run just way to deep
And when I die, toss me into the blue, and sail away
Sail away

Oh sail away, to life’s next turn.
Sail away and thank god for the things you’ve learned
And celebrate, each passing day
As we sail away

Oh sail away, to life’s next turn.
Sail away and thank god for the scars I’ve earned
And celebrate, each passing day
As we sail away


Captain Curse

I’ve been around the world on a ship that’s made of wood
I seen my share of battles, and men both bad and good
Murderers, thieves, ravenous rogues and men who were far worse
By far the most offensive was the man named Captain Curse

With a monkey at his shoulder by the name of Scurvy Pete
The captain had one wooden leg but somehow had two feet
He wore a patch over an eye lost to a musket ball
With his hat and coat and slimy looks he stood just four feet tall

His teeth were yellowed from scurvy, and some were falling out
His skin was thick and leathered; he had a case of gout
He wore a brace of pistols, and so did Scurvy Pete
He was the most fearsome fellow you’d ever chance to meet!

I’ve been around the world on a ship that’s made of wood
I seen my share of battles, and men both bad and good
Murderers, thieves, ravenous rogues and men who were far worse
By far the most offensive was the man named Captain Curse

He once met a whore by the name of Lucy Blow
He paid her in corn liquor, and she put on a show
It started with a dance and you think you know the rest
But it ended rather quick, with Scurvy Pete inside her dress!

In battle on the fifth of may, ole curse was quite a sight
He bellowed orders to the crew to get into the fight
When the gunner said he was out of shot, you know what ole Curse said?
“Load the guns with rats, me lads, and paint their vessel red!”

I’ve been around the world on a ship that’s made of wood
I seen my share of battles, and men both bad and good
Murderers, thieves, ravenous rogues and men who were far worse
By far the most offensive was the man named Captain Curse


Pirate Hell


When Anne Bonny was a school girl, we never liked that lass
We’d poke and prod and tease her and she swore she’d get us back
I’d make fun of her mother, and set fire to her pigtails
Now she’s Captain of the ship and I’m in Pirate hell – HEY

Pirate hell aint pretty no pirate hell aint fun
Give me pirate purgatory and I’ll sail into the sun
A pirates life for me I said, but I thought I’d be rich by now
I’m stuck here washing dishes, yea I’m in pirate hell

Some pirates are buried in riches, some pirates wine and dine
Some pirates have a few lady friends to bed them all the time
Some pirates only have one leg (yea but what stories they could tell)
(I’ve never even seen a fight) oh I’m in pirate hell – HEY

I’ve swam through shark infested waters, I’ve met a whale eye to eye
I’ve seen many sea creatures but still I’ve survived
When the captain wonders if it’s safe for a swim….
The crew they grab me and they throw me overboard again – HEY

Well the boatswain’s good at what he does and the Captain’s tough as nails
The cook he cooks a decent meal and the crew they man the sails
The gunner he’s a damn fine shot, as far as I can tell
(I’m pretty good with a mop), (You’re in pirate hell) – HEY

Doe doe da’doe doe…..


 

Heave Haul Away

Well I've been on this ship since I don't know when
(And when we get to shore, we'll sail away again)
Hard and sunned, boy, weathered is my skin
(Heave up the sails boys, we'll sail away again)

Well me two land legs they don't work so well
(Heave haul away, we'll haul away again)
If I were on land I would be in jail
(Heave haul away, we'll haul away again)
We loot and we plunder we're made to fight
(Heave haul away, we'll haul away again)
With a crew that's young and a rig that's tight
(Heave haul away, we'll haul away again)

Heave haul away, abiding by the Captain's orders
Heave haul away, we'll sail into uncharted waters
Heave haul away (haul away), Haul away (haul away)
Haul away, haul away, haul away, haul away

And it's fifteen men on a dead mans chest
(YO HO HO and a bottle of rum)
Drink and the devil had done for the rest
(YO HO HO and a bottle of rum)

Who knows on land what kind of trouble I'm in
(Heave haul away, we'll haul away again)
We attacked their navy and we stove them in
(Heave haul away, we'll haul away again)
You got your heading now boy, (Steady as she goes!)
(Heave haul away, we'll haul away again)
What awaits could be death now nobody knows
(Heave haul away, we'll haul away again)

Heave haul away, abiding by the Captain's orders
Heave haul away, we'll sail into uncharted waters
Heave haul away (haul away), Haul away (haul away)
Haul away, haul away, haul away, haul away

And I'll be on this ship till the day I die
(And when we get to shore, we'll sail away again)
With a belly full of rum and blood shot eyes
(Heave up the sails boys, we'll sail away again)


 The Toasting Song

 

I’ts time for a drink lads (hooray!)

Here’s a toast (to freedom) here’s a toast to the sea
Here’s a toast to the one (who fired his shot and missed me)
Here’s a toast to treasure for without it where would we be
Here’s a toast me bully, bully boys to you and me
Ohhhhh a toast! A toast!

(toasting)

Here’s a toast (to plunder), here’s a toast to piracy
Here’s a toast to the jailer (I snuck out he didn’t see me)
Here’s a toast to the Captain for without him where would we be
Here’s a toast me bully, bully boys to you and me
Ohhhhh a toast! A toast!

(toasting)

Here’s a toast (to rum), no more sobriety
And to the man who invented beer, (Charlie Mopps the Rogers told me)

  • Wait a minute mate….
  • Yea, who the hell’s Charlie Mopps?)
  • subtle – Who the hell’s the Rogers?
  • Who’s Charlie Mopps?! Why he’s the most famous inventor of all time
  • Yea, he must’ve been an admiral, a sultan or a king. HEY and to his praises we should always sing….
  • You can’t sing that song
  • Why not
  • Because you didn’t write that song
  • So
  • So you cant sing it
  • Why not
  • Because you didn’t write it
  • So
  • You can’t….. Stop it
  • You stop it

 Ohhhhhh a toast! A toast

 (toasting)

 Here’s a toast to survival, I’m still alive after all these years
Here’s a toast to rum…..

  • Wait a minute, we already toasted rum
  • Yea, but it deserves two

…….Here’s a toast to beer
and here’s a toast to the one, who said it couldn’t be done
Here’s a toast me hearties (HEY) to you and me
Ohhhhh a toast!  A toast!

 (toasting)

 Here’s a toast (to freedom), here’s a toast to the sea
Here’s a toast to me bonny lass, (who said yes then she kissed me)
Here’s a toast to good friends for without them where would we be
Here’s a a toast me bully, bully boys to (you and me)

Here’s a toast (to freedom) here’s a toast to the sea
Here’s a toast to the one (who fired his shot and missed me)
Here’s a  toast to treasure for without it where would we be
And a toast me hearties (HEY) to you and me

Oh a toast me bully, bully boys to you and me