Interesting Facts about the Good Mornin Ladies All A
“Good Mornin Ladies All A” capstan shanty, is the song with the line “Good Mornin Ladies All” which gives us the notion that the song is the negro origin. Cecil Sharp believes it to have some affinity with “Heave Away, Me Johnnies”. This version Stan Hugill took from Tobago Smith, a West Indian shantyman.
This song will be reconstructed as the capstan shanty.
The source of the Good Mornin Ladies All A
The music: “Shanties from the Seven Seas” by Stan Hugill (1st ed: p 350).
The lyrics: “Shanties from the Seven Seas” by Stan Hugill (1st ed: p 350).
The Record of this sea shanty
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The musical notation
The full lyrics
Good Mornin Ladies All A
Our ol’ man said to me one day,
– High-ee-yo – ho-ho, High-ee-yo – ho-ho – ho-ho!
Let’s git aboard of our packet ship, an’ we’ll roll’er ‘crosst the Bay – ,
– Ah – ha – ! me yellar gals,
– Good mornin’ ladies all!
* 2 *
Oh, fare-ye-well, I wish ye well,
We’re outward bound on the mornin’ tide, this packet wuz bound ter hell.
* 3 *
We sailed away to the White Man’s Grave,
The Yaller Jack it wiped us out, the divil a man wuz saved.
* 4 *
We shipped some monkeys for the crew,
Our bosun wuz a great big ape, the ‘sails’ a kinkajou.