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THE ARGONAUT (Traditional) Roger McGuinn 'Twas the twenty-first of January Eighteen fifty three Our gallant ship the Argonaut Set sail for jubilee Singin' blow ye winds of morning Blow ye winds hi ho Stow away your runnin' gear and Blow boys blow We headed up to Greenland Into the wintry seas Where there's ice and snow, and the whale fish blow And Jamaca rum would freeze Singin' blow ye winds of morning Blow ye winds hi ho Stow away your runnin' gear and Blow boys blow Our captain Davy Grant me boys He give us all a treat And that is why we caught a whale That measured fifty feet Singin' blow ye winds of morning Blow ye winds hi ho Stow away your runnin' gear and Blow boys blow And when reached Cape Harrison The weather it turned clear Our pilot aimed us to the south And homeward we did steer Singin' blow ye winds of morning Blow ye winds hi ho Stow away your runnin' gear and Blow boys blow But shortly out of Newfoundland A storm began to rise The seas kicked up, the mast it broke The Argonaut capsized Singin' blow ye winds of morning Blow ye winds hi ho Stow away your runnin' gear and Blow boys blow Of all those bold, brave sailors On that day did set sail Well I'm the only one alive Left to tell the tale Singin' blow ye winds of morning Blow ye winds hi ho Stow away your runnin' gear and Blow boys blow It was the twenty-first of January Eighteen fifty three Our gallant ship the Argonaut Set sail for jubilee Singin' blow ye winds of morning Blow ye winds hi ho Stow away your runnin' gear and Blow boys blow

    


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