"Dancing As The Boat Goes Down" as written by Robert Marshall Scott, Paul Christopher Kean, Kaye Adelaide Woodward and Malcolm Ian Stewart Grant....
At first, we knew the sight
Brimming with gleaming golden light
As soon as we got there
I knew it would end in a great big fight

There was dancing and singing
Crying and ringing
Dancing as the boat goes down
Dancing as the boat goes down

By now, they were lost for words
They were following us in great big herds
As soon as we made the bay
Swimming away from the circling birds

There was dancing and singing
Crying and ringing
Dancing as the boat goes down
Dancing as the boat goes down

It was never said what they really did
But we all knew when they ran and hid

There was dancing and singing
Crying and ringing
Dancing as the boat goes down
Dancing as the boat goes down
Dancing and singing, crying and ringing
They were moving below the waves
They would never know the sun again


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