The time has come old boy for me to tell you a tale
of a man filled with passion there’s no room for him to fail
he sailed his ship the Lidy Hoo, across the seven seas
with his crew screaming at him, lead us on, sir, if you please

One day the Lidy Hoo sailed across rough waters
this sea said, “oh captain can you save your sons and daughters?”
the captain grabbed his mighty wheel and screamed what you got,
I’m the captain of the Lidy Hoo can you handle her or can you not?
Yo, ho, ho at the battle of bones, you sail the seven seas but you’re never getting home
Well the sea answered back, old boy where have you been
I’ve been waiting for a fight like this since time first began
so prepare yourself, and get ready for your death ride
I’ll be taking you down to Davey Jones with your cargo and your pride

Well they tossed and turned for ‘bout an hour
the ship went around, and then she went downward
the captain reared his ugly head touché
you have won, t'was my pride that was my downfall, and now our dual is done


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Battle of The Bones song meanings
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