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now listen all ye gentlemen
fair maiden, good am i
i'll sail with all ye pirates and
find treasure in the sky

go with i said, go with you i
will go and not be said
that i am a woman pirate
no tears my eyes will shed

we'll sail tomorrow, off to sea
let me upon your ship
i'll be the finest of your crew
on this treasure hunt trip

like said before, i am a lass
i'll lead you into war
no battle you will fail to win
we'll conquer like before

now set the sails, let's go to sea
let's leave this gloomy place
"sorry but, fair maiden,
we've no sails to set the pace"

what have you, aye? what do you mean?
no ship to set with sails?
then build we will, a ship of gold
through times we will prevail

we'll sail off on a sunny day
sail from this lonely shore
disappear from this place we will
we won't be known no more


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The following comments are for "Pirate Ballad"
by englishgal16

Very Enjoyable
I especially liked the ending line's turn of phrase with "we won't be known no more". I look forward to seeing more from this author.
Keep up the good work!

( Posted by: ttyler1999 [Member] On: March 12, 2005 )

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