When first I come to Liverpool, I went upon a spree
Me money, Alas, I spent it fast, got drunk as drunk could be
And when me money was all gone, it was then that I wanted more
But a man must be blind to make up his mind to go to sea once more
I spent that night with Angeline, too drunk to roll in bed
Me watch, it was new and me money was due, in the mornin' with 'em she fled
And as I roamed the streets around, the whores they all would roar
There goes Jack Tarr, that poor sailor, he must go to sea once more
As I was walkin' down...(more)
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