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Kind friends, warning take by me
Not every pirate’s sailing the sea

Long John Silver, Long John Silver
Don’t bet your shirt on Long John Silver
out of the sea" 
Ten crowns, ten crowns 
On his horns write "blasphemy" 
John couldn't read it (John couldn't read it) 
Get on repeat it 
John couldn't
Peter, James and John in a sailboat
Peter, James and John in a sailboat
Peter, James and John in a sailboat

Out on the deep blue sea
Fished all
Words and music by John Kay

When I returned here back from the Islands
You know I couldn't say enough 'bout old Kauai
But now I'm out here
that city, the city of God

John saw the lion lay down by the lamb
I want to know everything about that land
John saw the day but he did not see
estrellas
And they call us the gonzos, the gonzo compadres
Los gatos con queso, and we love our mommies

We live by the mountains, we live by the sea
We live
can burn all the memories of war

Sometimes it's mountains lakes, high in the Sierras
Sometimes the peaceful shore of Hana Bay
And I'll take you
A fair young maid was in her garden
Strange young man came riding by
He said fair maid, will you marry me?
And this answer was her reply

Oh no
Fair young maid all in her garden
Strange young man came riding by
Saying fair young maid, will you marry me
This then, sir, was her reply

Oh no,
Then hanged he shall be.

Then he called his sailors all
By one, by two, by three
John Barbour was the first he called
But the last came down was
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
my days are done,
I want to be a fisherman.
Now years gone by we find man that rules the sea.
He sets out on a dark May morning .
To bring his
days are done,
I want to be a fisherman.
Now years gone by we find man that rules the sea.
He sets out on a dark May morning .
To bring his catch back
before my days are done,
I want to be a fisherman.

Now years gone by we find man that rules the sea.
He sets out on a dark May morning .
To bring his
Little Sister
(John Cale, Lou Reed)
Don't call me home, little sister
Before the night is done
My love and I are fleeing
Running into the sun.
There so many are taking vacations to the mountains and lakes and the sea
Where they rest from their cares and their worries
What a wonderful time
Fair young maiden
All in the garden
Strange young man
Passed her by
Said: "Fair maid
Will you marry me?"
This, then, sir,
Was her reply
"Oh no, kind
she was Mary Hamilton 
And lover of John Riley 
And the maid of constant sorrow 
And the mother of the doomed Geordie 

One day by the banks
Words by robert sterling music by john mandeville

Some think it all comes down to
Fate and circumstance
Life falls somewhere between
Accident
O light the candle, John
The daylight has almost gone
The birds have sung their last
The bells call all to mass

Sit here by my side
For
Now the time had come for Elzevir and John,
To be sent from Holland's shore,
And to end their days in pain and misery,
To be slaves so far from
that city, the city of God

John saw the lion lay down by the lamb
I want to know everything about that land
John saw the day but he did not see
Stack O' Dollars Trk 14 2:53
Sleepy John Estes
(James Estes)
Sleepy John Estes - guitar & vocal
With: Noah Lewis - harmonica
Jab Jones - piano & Yank
A fair young maid was in her garden
Strange young man came riding by
He said fair maid, will you marry me?
And this answer was her reply

Oh no
(Olivia Newton-john/John Capek)

As a young girl I came here by the sea
To a new home for my family
It welcome us with open arms
A chance to live my