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When I was young I used to hold
I’d run away to sea,
And be a Pirate brave and bold,
On the coast of Carribbee.
-- snip—
So one fine day, I runs away
A Pirate for to be;
But I found there was never a Pirate left
On the coast of Carribbee.

For Pirates go, but their next of kin,
Are Merchant Captains, hard as sin,
And Merchant mates as hard as nails
Aboard of every ship that sails
--snip—

Norman Lindsey
“The Magic Pudding”

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