[Intro]
One night I sailed the seas of dark Thuringia
I thirsted for an ale, so I headed to a bar
"Shlumphy" was the name I saw above the door
A curious smell came flowing out
So I went inside for more

[Verse 1]
I see the man called Shlumphy
Behind the oaken bar
"Welcome to my tavern", he cries with open arms
Schnitzels by the dozen
We have for you to eat
Sausages and local beer, it's quite the gourmet treat

[Pre-Chorus]
Cold winds are blowing
The night is dark and long
Raise up a tankard and join in our song

[Chorus]
Plunder with thunder
Kill for the thrill
Drink up me hearties til we've had our fill
Raise up your tankard into the sky
Pirates forever from now til we die
Fighting together with swords in our hands
Stealing their wenches and scouring the lands
Plunder with thunder
Kill for the thrill
Drink up me hearties til we've had our fill

[Verse 2]
I try to fill my tankard with a pint of that old spice
"No" he said, "you must pay up
The drinks come at a price"
So of course I did
What's natural to me
I took my flintlock out and shot him through the knees
We drank the tavern dry
Devoured all the meats
We kidnapped his ugly wife and took off through the streets

[Chorus]
Plunder with thunder
Kill for the thrill
Drink up me hearties til we've had our fill
Raise up your tankard into the sky
Pirates forever from now til we die
Fighting together with swords in our hands
Stealing their wenches and scouring the lands
Plunder with thunder
Kill for the thrill
Drink up me hearties til we've had our fill

[Guitar solo]

[Chorus]
Plunder with thunder
Kill for the thrill
Drink up me hearties til we've had our fill
Raise up your tankard into the sky
Pirates forever from now til we die
Fighting together with swords in our hands
Stealing their wenches and scouring the lands
Plunder with thunder
Kill for the thrill
Drink up me hearties til we've had our fill


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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