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The Keeper of the Eddystone light --------------------------------- Oh, me father was the Keeper of the Eddystone light slept with a mermaid one fine night Out of this union there came three A porpoise and a porgy and the other was me!
Yo ho ho, the wind blows free, Oh for the life on the rolling sea!
One fine night I was trimming the glim singing a verse from the evening hymn I head a voice cry out an "Ahoy!" and there was me mother sitting on a buoy.
Yo ho ho, the wind blows free, Oh for the life on the rolling sea!
"What's become of my children three?" me mother ask of me. one's being exhibited as a talking fish the other was served on a chafing dish.
Yo ho ho, the wind blows free, Oh for the life on the rolling sea!
She flashed her seaweed hair. I looked again, and she wasn't there Then a voice come from out of the night "To Hell with the keeper of the Eddystone Light!"
Yo ho ho, the wind blows free, Oh for the life on the rolling sea! ===
O'Leary's Bar ------------- Twas a cold winter's evenin the guests were all leavin O'Leary was closin the bar when he turned and he said to the lady in red Get up you can't sleep where you are.
She shed a sad tear in her bucket of beer as she dreamt of the cold night ahead Then a gentleman dapper stepped out of the phone booth And these are the words that he said:
"Oh, her mother never told her the things a young girl should know about the ways of a college crowd and how they come and go. MOSTLY GO
The years have taken her beauty and sin has left its sad scar So think of your mothers and sisters, boys and let her sleep under the bar."
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