That liverpool ship, that wonderful ship
Now that's the ship for me
She's called the queen fairy and she's quite a sight to see
The ship's all manned by women, not a single bloke in sight
Except for me, the cabin boy, who tucks them in at night

Now on that ship, our bosun's name was Foghorn Fenny Firl
Around the world you'll not find such a playful, willing girl
But every time we go below she lets forth such a howl
The captain she'd yell "thar she blows", there's whales off the bow


The gunner's name was Charlotte paine and she was full of spite
She kept a loaded blunderbuss in bed with her at night
And so she caught me as I climbed into her tiny bed
"My gun's cock" she grinned and said "but i'll cack yours instead!"


Sunlight Sally, our first mate, a natural blonde is she
She suns in the nude upon the deck for all the crew to see
I rub her skin with slippery oils from feet up to her neck
When we make love I slip right off, and slide across the deck. Woo!


And there's our cook, and i might add, a truly filling dish
She goes with wine, she goes with ale, she goes with fowl or fish
When i'm hungry for a bite I slip right down below
And have myself a little bite of lushcious Lucy blow


Our captain, young Carleene McBust, now she was best of all
She had two certain features just as large as cannon balls
Like two moons they're big and round and alabaster white
And like all heavenly bodies, they're sure to come out tonight, Yes

Chorus x2

Lyrics submitted by bazmeg

The Queen fairy song meanings
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