Vampirates Shanty with Lyrics

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When Connor Tempest and Grace Tempest were growing up in Crescent-Moon Bay, their father, Dexter Tempest would sing them an old pirate's shanty to get them to sleep.

The ShantyEdit

I'll tell you a tale of Vampirates,

A tale as old as true.

Yea, I'll sing you a song of an ancient ship,

And its mighty fearsome crew.

Yea, I'll sing you a song of an ancient ship,

That sails the oceans blue...

That haunts the oceans blue.

The Vampirate ship has tattered sails,

That flap like wings in flight.

They say the captain, he wears a veil

So as to curtail your fright.

At his death pale skin

And his lifeless eyes

And his teeth as sharp as night.

Oh, they say the captain, he wears a veil

And his eyes never see the light

You'd better be good, child- good as gold,

As good as good can be.

Else I'll turn you in to the Vampirates

And wave you out to sea.

Yes, you'd better be good child- good as gold,

Because- look! Can you see?

There's a dark ship in the harbor tonight

And there's room in the hold for thee!

(Plenty of room for thee)

Well, if pirates are bad,

And vampires are worse

Then I pray that as long as I be

That though I sing of Vampirates

I never one, shall I see

Yea, if pirates are danger

And vampires are death

I'll extend my prayer for thee-

That thine eyes never see a Vampirate......and they never lay a hand on thee.