Push for PORTER

izquierdaThe Golden Vanityderecha
YouTube

Well there once was a lofty ship that sailed upon the sea
The name of the ship it was the Golden Vanity
And then one day she came upon the Spanish enemy
As she sailed upon the lowlands, lowlands low
As she sailed upon the lowlands low.

Well up spoke the cabin boy of only 12 and 3
He said to the captain, now what would you give to me
If I were to swim up to the Spanish enemy
And sink her in the lowlands, lowlands low
And sink her in the lowlands low.
In the lowlands, in the lowlands
And sink her in the lowlands low.

Well I will give you silver, and I will give you gold
If you should attempt it's so daring and so bold
Oh and me lovely daughter's hand in marriage you shall hold
If you sink her in the lowlands, lowlands low
If you sink her in the lowlands low.
In the lowlands, in the lowlands
And sink her in the lowlands low.

Well then the young cabin boy jumped straight into the sea
And with a rope around his waist, he swam up to the enemy
And with the hammer bored a hole and then another three
And he sunk her in the lowlands, lowlands low
And he sunk her in the lowlands, low.
In the lowlands, in the lowlands
He sunk her in the lowlands low.

Well now me captain I have done the deed you asked of me
I have sunk the Spanish ship into the briny sea
So won't you throw a ladder down or drowned I shall be
Cause I'm sinking in the lowlands, lowlands low
I'm sinking in the lowlands low.
In the lowlands, in the lowlands
I'm sinking in the lowlands low.

But, to the drowning cabin boy, the captain paid no heed
Cause he had made a promise that he never meant to keep
His daughter he would marry to a man with wealth to reap
So he left him in the lowlands, lowlands low
He left him in the lowlands low.
In the lowlands, in the lowlands
He left him in the lowlands low.
In the lowlands, in the lowlands
He left him in the lowlands low.



Song