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Treasure Island

The arts of the sea. . .
by

Joelle Mayo

on 15 October 2012

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Treasure Island By Joelle M. and Eric F. Pirate Chanties
A sea chantey or shanty is a type of music that is commonly sung on large sea vessels, such as ships. These types of songs are only sung during harsh work or intense labor. Sea shanties are usually associated with repetitive tasks; such examples would be rowing the boat, hoisting the mast, or simply cleaning the ship. These “Maritime Work Songs” are known to ease the burden of the work that the sailors are forced to carry. The type of sea chantey they workers sing usually corresponds with the sailors, or in this case, the pirate’s movements. There are many types’ chanteys, but only real chanteys are sung during work aboard ships. These types of songs are commonly mentioned in pirate lore, and present day pop culture, that involves pirates. Most sea shanties involve themes of drinking, violence, and thievery, which many people know, are what a pirates life consist of. Sea shanties, just as mentioned earlier in the passage, are also used by pirates to ease the burden of work they carry in their daily lives. There are many reasons why these types of song are significant in pirate lore. Though, these songs have always been seen as a unique type of music, which appeals to many people. Pirates of the Caribbean The theme of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride has multiple lyrics and lines that do mirror the common, present day view on pirates. In the second line, it states that pirates"Pillage, plunder, rifle, and loot" which represents the robbery the pirates are involved in, in order to create their wealth and fortune. In multiple lines of the song, it states how the pirates are commonly drinking, which is also commonly mentioned in present day media and art on pirates. The 4th to the last line does resemble my view on how people during those times viewed pirates as "beggars and blighters." This song was very creative, though the only set of lyrics that differs from my view is how he song states that pirates are still held close to their parents. Drunken Sailor Poetic Fear Sounds Indicated The stars showered the land with light
As my head pounded with fright
My heart was beating finely
As the moon shone divinely
The craggy coasts filling with fog
As we traveled silent as a log
Increasing our haste,
yet still making waste
we drew nearer and nearer to our safety
Still, Our dangerous venture nearing its beginning Narration of chapter 4 The narration I created made me feel as if I were really in the situation Jim and his mother were facing. There were some parts where the audio made the narration sound less monotone and more authentic. I was born upon the High Seas,
Looting and stealing, just to please.
A Pirate, a killer - the Seas Bleed!
Privateer, Buccaneer, but I'm free.

Hoist the Jolly Roger away,
A skull, crossed-bones, and a blade.
Bone white, silk black, how it appears,
Waving high in the sky, causing fear.

As a boy I was taught in their ways,
To plunder, and to fight with a blade.
A deckhand, a Seaman, just a lad,
Juvenile delinquent, a seed gone bad.

The sea rolls on, sailing a Spanish Galleon,
We live as thieves; robbing, taking bounty!!

Now I'm a man, first mate, appointed captain,
Years of waiting, it finally happened.
Crew of Pirates, appetites for blood,
Swearing, cursing, and drinking Rum.

English vessel in sight upon the ocean,
We attack with canon, and explosions!
Once on board, we loot the hoard,
Survivors walk the plank, we party the more!

Our galleon sails on, through the aqua blue,
Looking for more ships, the which we shall loot.
We murder, we kill, young and unaware,
Blood fills our paths - THE SEAFARERS!!

The sea rolls on, sailing a Spanish Galleon,
We live as thieves; robbing, taking bounty!! The Seafarers What do we do with a sleeping pirate
What do we do with a sleeping pirate
What do we do with a sleeping pirate early in the morning

Give him a dose of salt and water
Give him a dose of salt and water
Give him a dose of salt and water early in the morning
Weigh heigh and up she rises
Weigh heigh and up she rises
Weigh heigh and up she rises
Earl-aye in the morning

Send him to the crow’s nest ‘til he’s fallen
Send him to the crow’s nest ‘til he’s fallen
Send him to the crow’s nest ‘til he’s fallen
Early in the morning.

What do you do with a sleeping pirate
What do you do with a sleeping pirate
What do you do with a sleeping pirate
Early in the morning.

Heave ‘im by the leg with a running bowline
Heave ‘im by the leg with a running bowline
Heave ‘im by the leg with a running bowline
Early in the morning

That’s what we do with a stealing pirate
That’s what we do with a sleeping pirate
That’s what we do with a sleeping pirate early in the morning.
Weigh heigh and up she rises
Weigh heigh and up she rises
Weigh heigh and up she rises
Earl-aye in the morning Roll the old chariot along Group Member Member (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr Like a ghost on the wind
He comes from the sea,
And trembles the foe
Like a storm on the lee.

With swashbuckling swagger
And a Jolly Roger laugh,
He flies the black flag
On a whalebone staff.

He has a black-patched eye
And a ring in his ear,
And on his wind-burned face,
A crusty-grizzled beard.

With a bone-cold glare
And a sneer on his lip,
He has a cannon by his side
And a cutlass in his grip.

With a thunderous blast
From his cannon's might,
He shivers the strong
And cripples their fight. He takes what he's lost
And turns it to gold,
For He's crafty and shrewd
And He's fearless and bold.

He's dashing and daring,
A fierce buccaneer,
For the sight of his plunder
Pales many with fear.

From East Carolina
Victories are told
Of the Spirit of the Pirate
And his purple and gold! Thanks for Watching
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