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SIREN SONG LURING YOU FAR FROM THE HARBOR AND INTO THE GALES SHE MUST BE BEAUTIFUL SO BEAUTIFUL TO HAVE STOLEN THE WIND FROM MY SAILS CASTING
There's a noble fleet of whalers They're sailing from Dundee Manned by British sailors That take them o'er the sea On a western ocean passage
Show me your coat and I'll resist For all the girls that I have kissed They owned and stood there for a day Sang grateful songs and slipped away
A passing ship I have found the open ocean Give me no lip The waves roll by as I pass on A sunlit sea On the first day of April How fresh the wind
and quiet I'm dying My song is strong over the gale Like a nightfall rending the air Cloaked in the light of the blaze, I am waiting For the return of my
Sea in motion, wind has filled my sails Full of power and direction too As if I had a job to do Don't I know coldness in this gale? And don't I
the stranger who stands at your gate When you're caught by the gale and you're full under sail Beware of the dangers below And the song that you sing should not
the stranger who stands at your gate When you're caught by the gale and you're full under sail Beware of the dangers below And the song that you sing should
To the cascade a note sweet and long As her offering was lifted to heaven By the very first night in Gales song
By the storm-torn shoreline a woman is standing The spray strung like jewels in her hair And the sea tore the rocks near the desolate landing
"Where's sunstroke house? "Where's a crow on the far fence, where's a mill by the pond?" Pale with horror, I saw you when your bird flew, Now who in
And sudden gales Night grew sultry late September A man came from the village Through the woods To help with harvest She was burning like the fields
As I walked by the dockside one evening so rare To view the still waters and take the salt air I heard an old fisherman singing this song, Oh take
trucked all over this land [Start the banjo pickin'.] Well, I've changed a tire by the light of a fire On the rock-bound coast of Maine I've shoveled snow
whales do blow. From Gale Huntington's book- Songs the Whalemen Sang. Collected From logbook of Ship Bengal, journal of Ira Poland, 1832. Recorded by A. L.
string Delivering its message to your womb or to your tongue And then going slack and flaccid when its pressing work is done In witty conversation, by
And some hat?s on the radio singing his song But it don?t make a damn He?s in for a long holiday Holiday Now granny she?s yelling She?s ready to eat
o'er Ultima Thule. [Old Northlander war-song, found in the ancient scrolls of Volmyr] The Final Part of Voryn Helmsmiter's Journey to the Ice