Treasure Island

GAYLE ANNE GOFF

(12 15 51 / MISHAWAKA-SOUTH BEND HOME OF NOTRE DAME AND SAINT MARY'S)

COME WITH ME AND SAIL THE SEVEN SEA


Come with me and sail the seven seas.
This is where I want to be.
A pirate I'll be, and sail the worlds seas.

New places to see.
New places to be.
I ask thee, come with me and sail
all the deep blue seas.

To taste the salty sea.
Again this is the only place on earth
to be.
A pirates life good to be.

We have only time.
No rules do pirates need.
Just a duel upon the deck.

If you lose, the plank you'll
walk.
And you have me for this
to thank.
For this is a pirates life.

Submitted: Saturday, October 04, 2008
Edited: Monday, December 15, 2008
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