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Paddy lay back

't Was a cold an' dreary mornin' in december. (december)
An' all of me money it wuz spent. (spent, spent)
Where it went to, Lord I can't remember. (remember)
So down to the shipping office went. (went, went)

 Paddy lay back. (Paddy lay back)
 Take in yer slack. (take in yer slack)
 Take a turn around yer capstan leave a pawl. (leave a pawl)
 Bout ship stations boys be handy. (be handy)
 Bound valla paraiser round the Horn.

That day there wuz a great demand for sailors. (sailors)
For the Colonies for Frisco and for France. (France, France)
So I shipped aboard a Lemey barque "The Hotspur" (The Hotspur)
Got paralytic drink on my advance. (my advance)


Now I joined her on a cold december mornin'. (mornin')
A frappin o' me flippers to keep me warm. (warm, warm)
With the south cone ahoisted as a warnin'. (warnin')
To stand by the comin' o' a storm. (storm, storm)


I wake up in the morning sick an' sore. (sohoor)
An' I knew I was outward bound again. (bound again)
When I heard a voice a bawling' at the door, (dohoor).
"Lay aft, men, an' answer to yer names. (names, names)