Pirates Lyrics

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1 #1 - Pirates All Are We All ye lubbers and lads, ye and I a buccaneer be. er have had, come along with me! Finest time ye ev - - Man that sword, ye cowardly swab! Off to sail the rol king sea. - lic ld not rob. Pirates all are we! Not a ship we wou - Come and sail the sea under skull and bones, - or I guar - tee you’ll sink to Davy Jones ------- ! an (Speak) Arrr! Gangway, me he - - lass, guz - zle your nog! arty men! Grab your cut Shipshape, ahoy and a vast, sa - il ye scurvy do g! Blow ye winds and anchors aweigh! A s - ty crew of mat - eys are we. al - Come along and sa il today, pirates all are we! Come and sail the sea under skull and bones, ! - or I guar tee you’ll sink to Davy Jones ----- an - All ye lubbers and lads, ye and I a buccaneer be. Finest time ye ev - er have had, come along with me! - lic - king sea. Man that sword, ye cowardly swab! Off to sail the rol Not a ship we wou - ld not rob. Pirates all are we! Pirates all! Pirates all! Pirates all --- are we ----- . (Speak) Pirates all are we! Arr!!

2 #2 Stowaway - a way? What shall we do to make him pay to - day? What should we do with a stow - - Toss him up and over board, feed him to the sharks, heave him down the gang - plank, poke him ‘til he barks! - a - way ----- ! Stow - a - way ---- ! Stow What should we do with a stow a - way? What shall we do to make him pay to - day? - inch ‘til he cries out, listen to him whine, tie him to the mast, or dunk him in the P him brine! - a - way Stow ! Stow - a - way ---- ! ----- Stowaway Solo – But wait, you noble sirs, thy good and handsome crew, I want to be a pirate; I want to be like you! Oh, noble buccaneers, please let me come al ong. I ’ve waited all these years, to sing a pirate song! - a - way ----- ! Stow - a - way Stow ! S tow - a - way ----- ! ---- What should we do with a stow - a - way? What shall we do to make him pay today? Maroon him on an isle or strap him to the keel, make him walk the plank, or hang him by his heels! Stowaway ------ ! Stowaway ----- ! Stowaway ----- ! Stowaway! (spoken - Gotcha! )

3 #3 Born to Make Music We were born to make music. We were born to sing a song. We were bor n to make music. you like, you can sing along. And if ing out low. S We can sing out high. Sing it in the middle or anywhere we go. e were born to make music. ‘Cause w We were born to sing a song. We were born to make music. We were born to sing ou t loud. We were born to make music. r crowd. And if you like, you can join ou We can sing out high. Sing out low. Sing it in the middle or anywhere we go. ‘Ca us e we were born to make music. We were born to sing out loud. We were born to make music. We were born to sing a song. n to make music. We were bor if you like, you can sing along. And S ing out low. We can sing out high. Sing it in the middle or anywhere we go. ‘Cause w e were born to make music. We were born to sing a song. Yes, we were born to make music. We were born to sing a song. Oh, we were born to make music. We were bo - rn to si - ng a so - ng. (wait) Sing a song!

4 #4 - You Wanna Be A Pirate you lift a ton? Can you live with worms and have a lot of fun? Can you coil a line? Can Can you fool a mate and never feel his pain? Can you laugh at a hurricane? o , oo oo! So you wanna be a pirate? Yeah, you wanna be a pirate? O Can you crawl down through a hatch? Do you look good in a patch? ‘Cause that’s a pirate! , kooky pirate? O o , oo oo! So, you wanna be a pirate? A hooky, spooky Can you stay up in a tower? Go a month without a shower? That’s a pirate! e a speech with a single word? Can you swab a deck? Can you swing a sword? Can you giv Hoist a sail? Can you dig a trench? And can you stand the stench? So you wanna be a pirate? Yeah, you wanna be a pirate? O o , oo oo! Can you crawl down through a hatch? Do you look good in a patch? ‘Cause that’s a pirate! So, you wanna be a pirate? A hooky, o , oo oo! spooky, kooky pirate? O Can you stay up in a tower? Go a month without a shower? That’s a pirate! Can you do a dance on the quarter deck? Can you sail in rocks and never wreck? Can you pull an oar with the very best? Can you find a buried treasure chest? So you wanna be a pirate? Yeah, you wanna be a pirate? OO, oo oo! Can you crawl down through a hatch? Do you look good in a patch? ‘Cause that’s a pirate! spooky , kooky pirate? O So, you wanna be a pirate? A hooky, , oo oo! O Can you stay up in a tower? Go a month without a shower? That’s a pirate! – with some solos (Break all say: Oh well, neither can we! ) (Chorus With Solo) - So you wanna be a pirate? (Solo - Yeah, I wanna be a pirate! , you wanna be a pirate? OO, oo oo! (Solo - Yo, I wanna be a pirate!) Sure Can you crawl down through a hatch? Do you look good in a patch? ‘Cause that’s a pirate! So, you wanna be a pirate? - Yeah, I wanna be a pir ate!) (Solo A hooky, spooly, kooky pirate? Oo, oo oo! (Solo - A hooky, spooky, kooky pirate!) Can you stay up in a tower? (Solo - Oh, yeah!) Go a month without a shower? (Solo - Uh, huh!) Can you sleep without a bed? You, bet!) Or clean the deck instead ? - (Solo - I’m there!) (Solo Are you scared of Davy Jones? (Solo - Not me!) If you are, you’re not alone! (Solo - I’m a pirate!) That’s a pirate! Speak - A - vast! You scalla - w a g! Arr!

5 #5 Life on the Sea – Dawn was a long time in comin the mornin ’ we chose to embark. ’ beatin ’ deep in my heart. The pulse of the sea was a - - blowin ’. The helmsman steered clear of the cay. A southerly wind was a splashin ’ out from the bay. Over the bar we went Chorus So till the land at yer feet. And build yer castles, like shackles they be. I ’ll – ’ life on the sea. make my home with the waves and the foam. I love livin Driven by winds and commissions. Proffered to t rade in the east. We ’ll fill the hold with a cargo of spices and tea. Fair be the red sk y this evenin ’s a sailor ’s delight. ’. Aye, it ’ll sing the songs of the sea and tell tales through the night. We – So Chorus ’ll till the land at yer feet. And build yer castles, like shackles they be. I make my home with the waves and the foam. I love livin ’ life on the sea. So blow ye winds, blow! And row ye lads, row! Put leagues in between us and all of our cares on the shore. Chorus – So till the land at yer feet. And build yer castles, like shackles they be. I ’ll make my home with the waves and the foam. I love livin ’ life on the sea. I ’ll make my home with the waves and the foam. I love livin ’ (pause) life on the sea.

6 #6 - Singin’ A Pirate Song Sing out ye hearties and show them no fear. Sing out and bray like a bold buccaneer! Our chantey is rough as the rollicking sea. If ye be a pirate, repeat after me! Yo , ho, ho! Yo, ho, ho! Come on and sing a long! , ho, ho! Yo, ho, ho! Singin’ a pirate song! Yo Ye can ’t be a pirate with no pirate song. We vocalize daily as we sail along. Shiver me timbers and sail from the shore. Sing out and let the whole world hear you roar. Arr! , ho, ho! Yo, ho, ho! Come on and sing a long! Yo , ho, ho! Yo, ho, ho! Singin’ a pirate song! Yo – Part 1 La la la la la Part 2 – La la la la la Part 1 Mi m i mi mi mi mi mi mi mi Part 2 – mi – mi mi mi mi mi mi mi mi All – do re mi fa so la ti Part 1 – yo ------ ! Part 2 – Yo, ho, ho! Yo, ho, ho! All Come on and sing along! – ’ a pirate song! Yo, ho, ho! Yo, ho, ho! Singin Yo, ho, ho! Yo, ho, ho! Come on and sing along! Y o, ho, ho! Yo, ho, ho! (1) Singin ’ a pirate ---- . (2) Singin ’ a pirate --- . (3) Singin ’ a pirate --- . S ong - ------ . (All 3 groups) Speak - Yo, ho!

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