"Shiver My Timbers" as written by and Mann/weil....
Shiver my timbers, shiver my soul
Yo oh heave ho
There are men whose hearts as as black as coal
Yo oh heave ho

And they sailed their ship cross the ocean blue
A blood-thirsty captain and a cut-throat crew

Alligators: It's as dark a tale as was ever told
Of the lust for treasure and the love of gold

Shiver my timbers, shiver my sides
Yo oh heave ho
There are hungers as strong as the wind and tides
Yo oh heave ho

And those buccaneers drowned their sins in rum
The devil himself would have to call them scum

Every man aboard would have killed his mate
For a bag of guineas or a piece of eight
A piece of eight
A piece of eight

Five, six, seven, eight
Hulla wacka ulla wacka something not right
Many wicked icky things gonna happen tonight
Hulla wacka ulla wacka sailor man beware
When de money in the ground dere's murder in de air

Murder in de air
One more time now

Shiver my timbers, shiver my bones
Yo oh heave ho
There are secrets that sleep with old Davy Jones
Yo oh heave ho

When the mainsail's set and the anchor's weighed
There's no turning back from any course that's laid

And when greed and villainy sail the sea
You can bet your boots there'll be treachery

Shiver my timbers, shiver my sails
Dead men tell no tales


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