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    grave but in fact this motif belongs more properly to the song Died for Love and Mr Henry Hills of Lodsworth Sussex who sang our version to W P Merrick in 1899 would have none of it It has also been recorded by Martin Carthy who says often adapted to fit other occupations this is one of a group of songs which includes Early Early All in the Spring and the American song on the same theme Sailor on the Deep Blue Sea It was published in various broadsides in the 18th century but often became confused with Died for Love A sailor s life it is a merry life He robs young girls of their heart s delight Leaving them behind to weep and mourn They never know when they will return Well there s four and twenty all in a row My true love he makes the finest show He s proper tall genteel withal And if I don t have him I ll have none at all Oh father build for me a bonny boat That on the wide ocean I may float And every Queen s ship that we pass by There I ll inquire for

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    right leg was shattered by chain shot Although sick he ordered that his captains be tried for cowardice in the face of the enemy Benbow did not survive the return voyage but two of his captains Kirby and Wade were shot on arrival at Plymouth in April 1703 Admiral Benbow Come all you seamen bold Come all you seamen bold And draw near And draw ne e ear Come all you seamen bold and draw near Tis of an admiral s fame And brave Benbow was his name And he fought all on the main You shall hear You shall hear Brave Benbow he set sail Brave Benbow he set sail For to fight For to fi i ight Brave Benbow he set sail for to fight Brave Benbow he set sail In a fine and pleasant gale But his captains they turned tail In a fright In a fright Said Kirby unto Wade Said Kirby unto Wade We shall run We shall ru u un Said Kirby unto Wade we shall run For I value not disgrace Nor the losing of my place But the enemy I ll not face Nor his guns Nor his guns The Ruby and Benbow The Ruby and Benbow Fought the French Fought the Fre e ench The Ruby and Benbow fought the French They fought them up and down Til the blood came trickling down Til the blood came trickling down Where they lay Where they lay Brave Benbow lost his legs Brave Benbow lost his legs By chain shot By chain sh o ot Brave Benbow lost his legs by chain shot Brave Benbow lost his legs And down on his stumps he begged Fight on my English lads Tis our lot Tis our lot Come surgeon dress my wounds Come surgeon

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    capstan Hugill suggests it was probably introduced to seamen by way of the cotton hoosiers of Mobile Alabama John Cherokee This is the tale of John Cherokee Alabama John Cherokee Indian man from Miramashee Alabama John Cherokee Way hey ya ooh Alabama John Cherokee X2 They made him a slave in oul Alabam He ran away every time he can They shipped him on board of a whaling ship Again

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