Oh we sailed away at the break of day to pull traps in oilskin trousers-
On the "Susie Jack" but tonite we're back wit a tousand pounds a lobsters-
Oh Shanty town we're gonna tear ya down we got the money comin out a me stockins
Tonite I'm due to bushwack Sue-and take'er to the gumboot clogeroo
And We'll do a little gumboot cloggin-do a little gumboot cloggin-do a little gumboot cloggin-

There's fishin brews and a Cold Hog stew and a boeee-owl of Clam Chowder-
Just see me reach for dat Newfie Screech when they diddle up the fiddle jig louder-
Hear the French girls sing and da geetars ring and the squeeze box squeetity squawkin-
Me and my Sue gonna Whoop de do take er to da Gumboot Clogeroo
And we'll do a little gumboot cloggin-do a little gumboot cloggin

There's Boots Benard and the rock richard's and the girls from way down Crackidee!
How many Blue Noser's and Herring Chokers we just don't know exactly-
Pack em all in tight and we'll dance all night get the old barn floor just a rockin
Buy a ring dang do for PEI Sue & take 'er to the gumboot Clogeroo
And we'll do a little gumboot cloggin-do a little gumboot cloggin...

Oh We sailed away at the break of day to pull traps in oilskin trousers
On the Susie Jack , but tonight Were back wit a tousand pounds o' lobsters-
Oh shanty town we're gonna tear ya down We got the money comin outa me stockins
Tonite I'm due to bushwack Sue and take er to the gumboot cloggeroo
And We'll do a little gumboot cloggin-

There's fishin brew and a coldhog stew and a boweeeol o clam chowder...
Just see me reach for that Newfie Screech and we'll diddle up the fiddle jig louder-
Hear the French girls sing and the guitars ring and the squeezebox squeetity squackin
Me and my sue gonna whoop de do-take er to a gumboot cloggeroo
Gonna do a little gumboot cloggin-do a little gumboot Cloggin


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Gumboot Clogeroo song meanings
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