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I thought your ambition was to be a seafarer.
See what you missed out on Maurice.

Aboard the good ship Wobbleship,
I sailed when I was young,
First in line an’ feelin’ fine,
Our Cap’n ‘ad a fog’orn voice,
An’ boots as big as me,
‘Stand by me lads, ‘ere comes a ship,
‘Tis a pirate craft!,’ cried he.
Whoa skilly’n’duff, that’s the stuff,
To keep nearby when things get rough!
The pirate Cap’n was a rat,
His name was Itchee Scratch,
Upon his nose, why goodness knows,
He wore a red eyepatch.
‘Haul to, ye dozy lubbers,
An’ I smells plunder in the air,
Wot might be skilly an’ duff.’
Whoa skilly’n’duff, that’s the stuff,
Us waterbeasts can’t get enough!

Well I tell you, my word is true,
Our crew got quite upset,
To rob a sailer’s dinner was,
The worst thing we’d ‘eard yet,
So we put down our bowls’n’spoons,
Then armed ourselves with slings,
We slung at those ole pirate rats,
A dozen kinds o’ things.
Whoa skilly’n’duff, that’s the stuff,
To eat while fightin’ searats gruff!

That pirate Cap’n, he got shot,
By a barrel load of peas,
Wot blacked his eyes an’ stung his thighs,
An’ fractured all his knees.
We hit the crew with onion skins,
Big cabbage stalks as well,
With hardcrust pies an’ ‘orrible cries,
They splashed into the swell.
Whoa skill’n’duff, that’s the stuff,
When vermin crews you must rebuff!

As Wobbleship sailed away that day,
We sang a jolly song,
The bottlenosed cook with laughter shook,
As the dinner bell went bong.
I’m old an’ fat with a greasy hat,
But this to you I say,
I must’ve scoffed a score o’ bowls,
Of skill’n’duff that day.
Whoa skilly’n’duff, that’s the stuff,
When winter winds do howl’n’puff!”
Cheers Skill and Duffy.




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