Bounding Main
HIGH BARBAREE
By: Bounding Main
Catalog ID: 260841   Duration: 3:06   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 118   Vocal: A Capella
Genre: Folk Music | Sea Shanties | Pirate songs
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Rollicking sea battle between a frigate and a pirate ship - includes excellent vocal harmonies with battle and sea sounds   Keywords: Pirate, Adventure, Battle, Sea Shanty, Nautical Ballad



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Lyrics:
There was a gallant lofty ship, A-sailing on the sea,
(Resp):  Blow high ! Blow low ! and so sailed we.
And her Captain he was searching for a pirate enemy,
(Resp):  A-sailing down along the coasts of High Barbaree.

Look ahead, look astern, look the weather and the lee,
(Resp):  Blow high ! Blow low ! and so sailed we.
I see a wreck to windward and a lofty ship to lee,
(Resp):  A-sailing down along the coasts of High Barbaree.

"O hail her! O hail her!" our gallant cap'n cried,
(Resp):  Blow High! Blow low! And so sailed we.
"Are you a man-o'-war or a privateer?" cried he.
(Resp):  A-sailing down along the coasts of High Barbaree.

"Oh, no I'm not a man-o'-war, nor privateer," cried he,
(Resp):  Blow High! Blow low! And so sailed we.
"But I'm a salt sea pirate, all a-lookin' for me fee!"
(Resp):  A-sailing down along the coasts of High Barbaree.

For broadside, for broadside, a long time we lay;
(Resp):  Blow high ! Blow low ! and so sailed we.
Until at last the frigate shot the pirate's mast away.
(Resp):  A-sailing down along the coasts of High Barbaree.

For quarters ! For quarters ! the saucy pirates cried.
(Resp):  Blow high ! Blow low ! and so sailed we.
The quarters that we showed them was to sink them in the tide.
(Resp):  A-sailing down along the coasts of High Barbaree.

But O ! It was a cruel sight, and grieved us full sore,
(Resp):  Blow high ! Blow low ! and so sailed we.
To see them all a-drowning as they tried to swim to shore.
(Resp):  A-sailing down along the coasts of High Barbaree.

With cutlass, and with gun, O we fought them hours three;
(Resp):  Blow high ! Blow low ! and so sailed we.
The ship it was their coffin, and their grave it was the sea.
(Resp):  A-sailing down all on the coasts of High Barbaree.
(Resp):  A-sailing down all on the coasts of High--- Barbaree.
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