I sailed the seven seas to find the seven rocks
Upon which the seven sirens sat to lure men to their death
Each sang their own sweet song Which no man could resist
I saw them sitting there with crowns upon their heads
Flicking silver tails upon the crashing waves
Their golden locks moved softly Upon an evening breeze.
They saw my ship afar And they sang their deathly song
They smiled and greeted us As we crashed upon the rocks.
We tried to swim but to no avail As they pulled us one by one
To greet their father Neptune And to live beneath the sea..
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