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Adele
 
Reply Sat 6 Sep, 2003 11:16 pm
I'm rough and tough
and dirty enough,

Says Barnicle Bill the Sailor

I'll eat your pies
and tell you lies,

Says Barnicle Bill the Sailor

PLEASE, If you know the rest of the words that go to this I would be a VERY happy girl!!
My Pa used to sing it to us every once in awhile, and ya sure would be earning a gold star if you knew the rest it. promise
Thanks adele
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dlowan
 
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Reply Sat 6 Sep, 2003 11:30 pm
Barnacle Bill The Sailor http://sailorsongs.com/barnacle_bill_the_sailor.htm

G D7 G

Who?s that knocking at my door? Who?s that knocking at my door?

D7 G

Who?s that knocking at my door , cried the fair - young maiden

A7 D A7 D

It?s me my love it?s only me cried Barnacle Bill the sailor

D A7 D

It?s me my love it?s only me cried Barnacle Bill the sailor



G D7 G

Where were you for seven years, where were you for seven years

D7 G

Where were you for seven years ? Cried the fair - young maiden

A7 D A7 D

I?ve been to sea, I?ve been to sea, cried Barnacle Bill the sailor

D A7 D

I knew that you would wait for me, cried Barnacle Bill the sailor



G D7 G

I detect the smell of rum. I detect the smell of rum

D7 G

I detect the smell of rum cried the fair - young maiden

A7 D A7 D

I?ve only had a drink or two , cried Barnacle Bill the sailor

D A7 D

I?m only drunk with love for you cried Barnacle Bill the sailor



G D7 G

Come and meet your son of six come and meet your son of six

D7 G

Come and meet your son of six, fried the fair - young maiden

A7 D A7 D

A sailor?s pay won?t do for three, cried Barnacle Bill the sailor

D A7 D

Farewell, I?m off across the sea, cried Barnacle Bill the sailor



This is all I have so far! And it seems to be something else entirely!
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dlowan
 
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Reply Sat 6 Sep, 2003 11:32 pm
And another! http://www.heptune.com/barnbill.html

Barnacle Bill the Sailor
(Robinson - Luther)

Transcribed from Louis Jordan's Elks Rendezvous Band, vocal by Louis Jordan, recorded December 20, 1938.
From Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five, 1934-1940; The Chronogical Classics, 636.

Who's that knocking at my door?
Who's that knocking at my door?
Who's that knocking at my door?
Said the fair young maiden!

Well, it's only me from over the sea,
Said Barnacle Bill the Sailor,
I'm all lit up like a Christmas tree,
Said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
I'll sail the sea until I croak,
Drink my whiskey, swear, and smoke,
But I can't swim a bloody stroke,
Said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

Tell me when we soon shall wed,
Tell me when we soon shall wed,
Tell me when we soon shall wed,
Said the fair young maiden.

Uh-uh!
I got me a wife in every port,
Said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
The handsome gals is what I court,
Said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
With my false heart and flattering tongue
I courts 'em all both old and young,
I courts 'em all, but marries none,
Said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

So good-bye,
Good-bye,
So long, toots,
I'll see you again!
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dlowan
 
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Reply Sat 6 Sep, 2003 11:36 pm
Here is one I don't think your Pa sang to you!

http://www.woodenshipsmusic.com/qa/messages/293.html
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dlowan
 
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Reply Sat 6 Sep, 2003 11:38 pm
Dammit!

Here are all the links my search gave me!

Hope you enjoy them! LOL A cursory look is not bringing up your exact words, but there seem to be many versions.

http://www.heptune.com/barnbill.html
http://sailorsongs.com/barnacle_bill_the_sailor.htm
http://www.kiddstoys.co.uk/barnbil.htm
http://www.rugbysongs.net/001_barnacle_bill_the_sailor.htm
http://www.woodenshipsmusic.com/qa/messages/330.html
http://www.woodenshipsmusic.com/qa/messages/181.html
http://www.lycoschat.uklinux.net/read.php?TID=203
http://www.wwwax.com/song/51/5187-13.htm
http://www.acronet.net/~robokopp/shanty/whosthat.htm
http://www.woodenshipsmusic.com/qa/messages/164.html
http://homepage.dtn.ntl.com/steven.pain/poetry/billpast.htm
http://www.woodenshipsmusic.com/qa/messages/293.html
http://www.applink.net/wolfpack/past/b/barnacle_bill.html
http://www.wilwheaton.net/mt/archives/001295.php
http://sniff.numachi.com/~rickheit/dtrad/pages/tiBARNBILL.html
http://sniff.numachi.com/~rickheit/dtrad/pages/tiBARNBIL2.html
http://www.umkc.edu/lib/spec-col/ww2/PacificTheater/barnacle-bill.htm
http://lyricsplayground.com/alpha/songs/b/barnaclebillthesailor.html
http://xenia.media.mit.edu/~kristin/songbook/SeaAndPub/BarnacleBillPicante.html
http://www.arrr.net/songs/barnaclebill.shtml
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Adele
 
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Reply Wed 10 Sep, 2003 11:12 pm
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Oh Thanks so much!!!
It sounds right once you get the 'beat down'. hahaha
Get your head out of the gutter....seriously!! hahha

It could be the reason that Pa never told me the whole thing. hahaha

Everytime single time we went to town Pa would yell, "Hello Girls!!", whenever we passed a field with sheep in it. haha
It took me till I was 23 to figure out that no matter what, they were 'all girls'. LOL HAHAHA
I prefer to think of my 'DUH' as innocence.
hahahaha
Thanks for all the help!! I'll have to wait to get a grandkid......an old grandkid before I teach all of this one to 'em. hahha
You're one of a kind. Thanks dlowan.
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Adele
 
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Reply Tue 16 Sep, 2003 12:47 am
Hey here is one that I can't remember but it is driving me nuts.

In days of old,
when knights were bold,
and________

That's where I lose it.
I'd be ever so grateful if someone could come up with the rest of it. There are allot of ways to keep going on with it, but I know there is somewhere the old original. Probably a few of them.
Hey, that's ok too.

So c'mon dlowan, are you up for it?
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Craven de Kere
 
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Reply Tue 16 Sep, 2003 12:50 am
In days of old,
when knights were bold,
and before toilets were invented
you left your load by the side of the road
and walked away contented.

Those days are gone and here I sit all sad and broken hearted
I paid a quarter to take a **** and then I only farted
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Adele
 
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Reply Tue 16 Sep, 2003 11:04 pm
Bravo!!!

Would you have any more you wouldn't mind sharing?
I can only imagine. Idea

And would you possibly know one with a 'G' rating? This might be a toughy. :wink:

Thanks for the quick wit!
adele
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colorbook
 
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Reply Tue 30 Sep, 2003 12:23 am
This isn't it either....there are so many versions out there. I think this is the cleanest one:



In days of old when knights were bold
And suits were made of tin,
No piercing cry escaped the guy
Who sat upon a pin.
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Wilso
 
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Reply Tue 30 Sep, 2003 12:35 am
The boy stood on the burning deck with a pocket full of crackers,
One fell down between his feet and blew off both his ...................
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pantallica
 
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Reply Fri 18 Nov, 2005 04:26 pm
The Australian version of BARNICLE BILL THE SAILOR
WHO's that knocking at my door?
Who's that knocking at my door?
who's that knocking at my door?
said the fair young maiden!

I'm Barnicle bill from over the hill
I'm rough, I'm tough, I'm ready to ****!
Said barnicle bill the sailor

You may sleep upon my mat
you may sleep upon my mat
you may sleep upon my mat
said the fair young maiden

Bugger the mat you can't **** that
said barnicle bill the sailor
bugger the mat you can't **** that
said barnicle bill the sailor
I'm rough, I'm tough, I'm ready to ****
said barnicle bill the sailor

you may sleep upon my landing
you may sleep upon my landing
you may sleep upon my landing
said the fair young maiden

Bugger the landing you can't get your hand in
said barnicle bill the sailor
Bugger the landing you can't get your hand in
said barnicle bill the sailor
I'm rough, I'm tough, I'm ready to ****
said barnicle bill the sailor

you may sleep up in my shed
you may sleep up in my shed
you may sleep up in my shed
said the fair young maiden

Bugger the shed it dosen't give head
said barnicle bill the sailor
Bugger the shed it dosen't give head
said barnicle bill the sailor
I'm rough, I'm tough, I'm ready to ****
said barnicle bill the sailor

what if we should have a child
what if we should have a child
what if we should have a child
said the fair young maiden

Strangle the bugger and try for another
said barnicle bill the sailor
Strangle the bugger and try for another
said barnicle bill the sailor
I'm rough, I'm tough, I'm ready to ****
said barnicle bill the sailor

what if ma and pa should know
what if ma and pa should know
what if ma and pa should know
said the fair young maiden

Bugger your pa and **** your ma
said barnicle bill the sailor
Bugger your pa and **** your ma
said barnicle bill the sailor
I'm rough, I'm tough, I'm ready to ****
said barnicle bill the sailor

I'm barnicle bill from over the hill
I'm rough, I'm tough, I'm ready to ****
said barnicle bill the sailor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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pointsgal
 
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Reply Mon 30 Jan, 2006 10:05 pm
Barnacle Bill the Sailor
I think I remember it this way

Knock, Knock, Konck

"Who's that knocking at my door,"
"Who's that knocking at my door?"
Who's that knocking at my door?"
Said the fair young maiden.

"It's only me, I've come from the sea,
Said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

"Open the door, you crazy old whore,
Said Barnicle Bill the Sailor,

"Open the door, you crazy old whore,
Said Barnicle Bill the Sailor,

"Me and the crew, we've come to screw,"
Said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

"What will my mother say?
What will my mother say?
What will my mother say?
Said the fair young maiden.

"If your mom will agree, we'll make it three"
Said Barnicle Bill the Sailor

"If your mom will agree, we'll make it three"
Said Barnicle Bill the Sailor.

And I can't remember any more. It has been almost 40 years since I heard the record. At the time I thought it was extremely naughty.
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billyclyde100
 
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Reply Sun 18 Jun, 2006 09:00 am
need the rest of the words
hi adele, this is from the original barnacle bill, "i'll blacken your eye and i'll bloody your nose, i'm barnacle bill the sailor, it's me, it's me, i'm home from the sea, i'm barnacle bill the sailor".
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Uffda
 
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Reply Tue 15 Jan, 2008 12:31 pm
The boy stood on the burning deck with a pocket full of crackers,
One fell down between his feet and blew off both his ...................

The boy stood on the burning deck his feet were full of blisters,
The flames leapt up and burned is pants so now he wears his sisters. Rolling Eyes
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Bsweeney
 
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Reply Thu 9 Apr, 2009 12:07 pm
@Adele,
"Who's that knocking on my door? Who's that knocking on my door?
Who's that knocking on my door?" said the fair Young Maiden...

"It's only me from over the sea" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"It's only me from over the sea" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.


Alternate Responses:

"****, open the door, you pox-ridden whore!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"****, open the door, you pox-ridden whore!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"It's, me and my crew and we've come for a screw!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"It's, me and my crew and we've come for a screw!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.


"Open the door, you ******* whore" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"Open the door, you ******* whore" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.


"It's, me and I'm back from sea" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"It's, me and I'm back from sea" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.


"What if my parents come home? What if my parents come home?
What if my parents come home?" said the fair Young Maiden....

"I'll kill your pa and **** your ma" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"I'll kill your pa and **** your ma" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

"Are you young and handsome, Sir? Are you young and handsome, Sir?"
Are you young and handsome, Sir?" said the fair Young Maiden.

"I'm old and rough and dirty and tough" said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"I'm old and rough and dirty and tough" said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

"What is your intention, sir? What is your intention, sir?
What is your intention, sir?" said the fair Young Maiden.

"Oh, off with your shirt, so you doesn't get hurt!" said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"Oh, off with your shirt, so you doesn't get hurt!" said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

"Will you take me to the dance? Will you take me to the dance?
Will you take me to the dance?" said the fair Young Maiden....

"To Hell with the dance! Now, off with your pants!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"To Hell with the dance! Now, off with your pants!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

"Will you vow to marry me? Will you vow to marry me?
Will you vow to marry me?" said the fair Young Maiden....

"Hell no, we won't wed. Getcher ass in yon bed!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"Hell no, we won't wed. Getcher ass in yon bed!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

"What's that thing between your legs?" What's that thing between your legs?
"What's that thing between your legs?" said the fair young maiden.

"It is me pole to stick in your hole," says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"It is me pole to stick in your hole," says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

"What if I should have a child? What if I should have a child?
What if I should have a child?" said the fair Young Maiden.

"I'll open your crack, and shove it right back!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
"I'll open your crack, and shove it right back!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.


Alternate Response:
"I'll kill the bugger and **** for another!" says Barnicle Bill the Sailor.
"I'll kill the bugger and **** for another!" says Barnicle Bill the Sailor.


"What if we should have a boy? What if we should have a boy?
What if we should have a boy?" said the fair Young Maiden.

"I'll take him to sea, teach him to **** like me!
I'll take him to sea, teach him to **** like me!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

"What if we should have a girl? What if we should have a girl?
What if we should have a girl?" said the fair Young Maiden.

"I'll dig a ditch and bury the bitch!
I'll dig a ditch and bury the bitch!" says Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

"What if you should go to jail? What if you should go to jail?
What if you should go to jail?" said the fair young maiden.

"I'll swing me big balls, and knock down the walls!" said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.

Alternate Responses:

"I'll pick the lock with me cock!" said Barnacle Bill the Sailor.
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patsysend
 
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Reply Sat 4 Mar, 2017 03:37 pm
@Adele,
In days of old. When knights were bold
And Barons held their sway
A warrior bold, with spurs of gold sang merrily his lay;
Sang merrily his lay. My love is young and fair, my love hath golden hair
And eyes so blue, and heart so true, that none with her compare.
So what car I tho death be nigh , I'll live for love or die,
( repeat twice) I've fought for love, for love I die. For love I die, I die.
Written by. Steven Adams real name Michael Maybrick born in Liverpool 1844. Called. " A Warrior Bold".
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