Sea Songs Collection - Titles H-K

A collection 300+ Sea songs and Shanties - lyrics with PDF for printing.

Home Sea Songs Index Titles A-G Titles H-K Titles L-R Titles S-Z Main Menu Singing &Playing Order&Order Info Support Search
Share  Visit us on FB

Scroll down to see a list of all available titles.
To view the songs choose required section on the top nav-bar A-G, H-K, L-R or S-Z

Many of the songs on this site are in the public domain or traditional categories, however this cannot be guaranteed, and should you wish to use them as a basis of a performance or for any non-personal study purpose you are advised to contact the copyright holders (where available, copyright info has been included with the song). These transcriptions are made by many different individuals from all over the world for their own research and instruction, and as such are liable to great variation in interpretation and opinion. They are being shared on this site for educational purposes only, please see our copyright page for more info.

Some of the songs extend to several screens. To avoid slow to load pages only the first page is displayed, in these cases you will need to DOWNLOAD the PDF file to see all the song pages.

Should you need version of the song, for printing (without banners or adverts) an PDF file is available for downloading by the link at the bottom of the song pages..

For Political song books and Sheet Music to buy check the
Sea Songs Collection at Sheet Music Plus

Click a Title Below or choose another section on top nav-bar: A-G, H-K, L-R or S-Z
To search this page in your browser press control and F.
>
Haul Away Joe Haul On The Bolin The Fore And The Maintop Have You Heard Of A Ship Called The Good Reuben James Have You Heard The News My Johnny He Kapitein We Nemen Nog Een Borrel Heave Away Me Bully Boys Heave Away Hem Till Justina Hem Till De Mina Here A Sheer Hulk Lies Poor Tom Bowline Heres Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy Hieland Laddie High Barbary Homeward Bound How Can My Poor Heart Be Glad How Pleasant A Sailors Life Passes I Used To Be A Sailor I Sailed Upon The Sea I Am A Brisk And Sprightly Lad I Am A Young Sailor My Story Is Sad I Am As Poor A Distressed Maid I Came Down To Bowery One Evening In July I Come From Salem City I Dreamed My Love Came In My Sleep I Heard I Heard The Old Man Say I Neber See De Like Since I Been Born I Shipped On Board Of Th Ebenezer I Sing Of A Frigate A Frigate Of Fame I Was Broke And Out Of A Job In The City Of London If You Want To Join A Merchant Ship Ik Kwam Lest Over Een Berg Gegaan Ik Moest Van Vader Naar De Zee Im The Man Before The Mast In Amsterdam There Dwells A Maid In Callao There Lives A Gal Whose Name Is Serafina In May Of Nineteen Forty One The War Had Just Begun In South Australia I Was Born It Oftttimes Has Been Told It Was Down In Yonder Meadow It Was Early Early All In The Spring It Was Friday Morn When We Set Sail It Was In The Year Of Forty Four Its A Damned Tough Life Full Of Toil And Strife Its Of A Pretty Fair Maid Its Our Time To Go Now John Cherokee 2 John Cherokee Was An Indian Man John Cherokee John Kanaka Juliana

You may also be interested in other SEA SHANTY related items on this site:








E-Book - An Annotated Compendium of Old Time American Songs by James Alverson III