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Sea Shanty

Drunken Sailor

What shall we do with the drunken sailor?
What shall we do with the drunken sailor?
What shall we do with the drunken sailor?
Early in themorning?

|: Chorus :|
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises:
Early in the morning!

Put him in the long boat until he’s sober!
Put him in the long boat until he’s sober!
Put him in the long boat until he’s sober!
Early in the morning!

|: Chorus :|
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises:
Early in the morning!

Pull out the plug and wet him all over!
Pull out the plug and wet him all over!
Pull out the plug and wet him all over:
Early in the morning!

|: Chorus :|
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises:
Early in the morning!

Take him, and shake him, and try to awake him!
Take him, and shake him, and try to awake him!
Take him, and shake him, and try to awake him:
Early in the morning!

|: Chorus :|
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises:
Early in the morning!

Give him a dose of salt and water!
Give him a dose of salt and water!
Give him a dose of salt and water:
Early in the morning!

|: Chorus :|
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises:
Early in the morning!

Haeve him by the leg in a running bowline!
Haeve him by the leg in a running bowline!
Haeve him by the leg in a running bowline:
Early in the morning!

|: Chorus :|
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises:
Early in the morning!

Put him in the scuppers with a hose pipe on him!
Put him in the scuppers with a hose pipe on him!
Put him in the scuppers with a hose pipe on him:
Early in the morning!

|: Chorus :|
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises:
Early in the morning!

Shave his belly with a rusty razor!
Shave his belly with a rusty razor!
Shave his belly with a rusty razor:
Early in the morning!

|: Chorus :|
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises:
Early in the morning!

That’s what to do with a drunken sailor!
That’s what to do with a drunken sailor!
That’s what to do with a drunken sailor:
Early in the morning!

|: Chorus :|
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises!
Hoo-ray, and up she rises:
Early in the morning!

Britisches Seemannslied (Sea Shanty), 1891, Autor unbekannt

Hintergrundinformationen

Das Lied ist auch unter dem Titel What Shall We Do with the Drunken Sailor? bekannt. Ursprünglich wurde die Melodie dem traditionellen irischen Tanz- und Marschlied Oró Sé do Bheatha ’Bhaile entnommen. Publiziert wurde der Text erstmals 1891, wobei die Melodie bereits 1824-1825 in Cole’s Selection of Favourite Cotillions in Baltimore herausgegeben wurde. Eine andere Version wurde von Richard Runciman Terry geschrieben und im Liederbuch The Shanty Book, Part I, Sailor Shanties abgedruckt.

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