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Lord Franklin

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Was homeward bound one night on the deep
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Swinging in my hammock I fell asleep
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Dreamed a dream that I thought was true
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Concerning Franklin and his gallant crew

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With a hundred seamen he sailed away
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To the frozen oceans in the month of May
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To seek a passage around the Horn
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Where we poor sailors would sometimes go

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Through cruel misfortune they vainly strove
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The ship on mountains of ice was drove
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To where the Eskimo # 17 s king Kinuite
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Was the only man who ever came through

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In Baffins Bay where the whale fish go
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The fate of Franklin no man may know
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The fate of Franklin no tongue can tell
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Lord Franklin sailors dwell

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And now my burden it brings me pain
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For my Lord Franklin I # 17 d sail the main
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A chordA thousand pounds I would surely give
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If Lord Franklin could only live

 

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