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Sailors' superstitions have been superstitions particular to sailors or mariners, and which traditionally have been common around the world. Some of these beliefs are popular superstitions, while others are actually better described as traditions, stories, folklore, tropes, myths, or legend

Album's title: Songs of sailors, settlers and swaggies.

First track from the album "Songs of Sailors, Settlers and Swaggies" (2016 (?)) Lyrics (est I could find): I come from the south and my name i.Rob Leeveld - Maggie MayEttore Marmo. 11th track off the album Songs of Sailors, Settlers and Swaggies (2016 (?)) Lyrics (sort of): Now gather round you sailor boys, and listen to my plea And when. 10 Worst Songs of My Adolescence Pt. 2theneedledrop. No, it's not Classics Week just yet, but maybe this video will whet your appetite.

Other songs were work songs, or sea shanties, which were sung by the sailors as they performed various ship tasks like hauling ropes or cleaning the deck. These songs were sung in sync with their movements and helped to set a pace and alleviate some of the boredom that came from performing these monotonous tasks day after day. Get ready to weigh anchor and hoist the mizzen, because it's time to set sail and sing out. Drunken Sailor. This song was usually sung at the end of a voyage after a ship had docked at the port. While sailors were undoubtedly thrilled to be back on land after a long and back-breaking voyage, this song shows the affection sailors develop for their temporary home. While the melody is soft and sentimental, lyrics like, Leave her, Johnny, leave her! There's many a worser we've sailed in and On a leakin' ship an' a rotten, harping crew don’t romanticize a sailor’s life at sea.