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Youre a Liar

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You're a Liar

You're a Liar

cho: Take up the sheets me hearties,
     Water the decks with brine,
     Bend to the oars, you lousy whores,
     None is bigger than mine.

Three old whores in Winnipeg
Were drinking a sherry wine,
Says one of them to the other two,
"Yours is smaller than mine."

"You're a liar," says the other old whore
"Mine's as big as the moon,
The battleships sail In and out,
And never a bother to me"

"You're a liar," says the other old whore,
"Mine's as big as the moon,
The ships sail in on the first of the year,
And never come out until June."

"You're a liar," says the other old whore,
"Mine's as big as the air,
the ships sail out and the ships sail in,
And never tickle a hair"

"You're a liar," says the first again,
I'd blush to be so small,
Many's the fleet they sailed right in,
And never come out at all."

Recorded by Oscar Brand, Bawdy Sea Songs
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