Limits

We think it’s time to let gothey shout,‘get on with it’ but it’s a long way downwhen you’re counting thesteps,a second opinion is called for. and what does the audience know?they pay for the show and theyget what they’re given. We’re piratesout beyond the three milewhere we give the customsand excisethe finger anda big smilea…

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The Odeon’s featuring Flynn

Has it come to this, one swashbuckling bare-knuckle fight for the final kiss before the lights go out and the picture show starts? Screen stars with broken hearts I’ve seen them all from Casablanca to Rio seen Bob Hope and DiNero Chaplin and Monroe, all when the picture show starts…

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The river sulks

Rotting hulks and weathercocks one eyed mates look to the fates the lookout slumbers on. High tide rolls in with a memory kissing gangplanks and sliding through the Sargasso sea, privateers, mutineers, the hookhanded, deck sanded cabin Jim’s with stripey socks getting off on getting off their rocks a pirates life may be now underneath…

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Tavern tales

Long John fits the bill and has his fill of rum. On the run with the tide that turned, the sails they are a rising, Blind Pew who can see bugger all decides to put his eyes in. It’s a life and a half before the quarter mast with the sea spray in our faces,…

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