Nathan Evans – The Last Shanty

The Last Shanty – Nathan Evans – Letra Lyrics

Well me father often told me when I was just a lad
A sailor’s life was very hard, the food was always bad
But now I’ve joined the navy, I’m aboard a man-o-war
And now I’ve found a sailor ain’t a sailor any more

Don’t haul on the rope, don’t climb up the mast
If you see a sailing ship it might be your last
Just get your civies ready for another run ashore
A sailor ain’t a sailor, ain’t a sailor any more

Well the killick of our mess he says we’ve had it soft
It wasn’t like this in his day when he was up aloft
We like our bunks and sleeping bags, but what’s a hammock for?
Swinging from the deckhead, or lying on the floor?

Don’t haul on the rope, don’t climb up the mast
If you see a sailing ship it might bе your last
Just get your civies ready for anothеr run ashore
A sailor ain’t a sailor, ain’t a sailor any more

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