Banks of Sacramento folk song:
(in the tune of Camptown Races)
A bully ship and a bully crew,
A bully mate and a captain, too,
Then blow, ye winds, hi-oh,
There’s plenty of gold, so I’ve been told,
On the banks of Sacramento!
Oh, heave, my lads, oh heave and sing,
Oh, heave and make those oak sticks sing.
Our money gone, we shipped to go,
Around Cape Horn, through ice and snow.
Oh, around the Horn with a mainskys’l set
Around Cape Horn and we’re all wringin’ wet.
Around Cape Horn in the month of May,
With storm winds blowing every day.
It was in the year eighteen forty-nine,
It was in the year eighteen forty-nine.
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