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Wait... is this a disco version of a 19th century Irish sailor's song that musically quotes both "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" and Shannon's 1983 dance hit "Let the Music Play?" Yes. Yes, it is.

Lyrics

Where is my shirt, me noggin', noggin' shirt? All gone for beer and tobacco. Oh, the collar is worn out, and the front is knocked about, and the back is looking out for better weather. All for me grog, me jolly, jolly grog. All gone for beer and tobacco. Oh, I spent up all my tin on the lasses drinking gin, and across the Western Ocean I must wander.

Where are me boots, me noggin', noggin' boots? All gone for beer and tobacco. Oh, the soles are all worn out, and the tops are knocked about, and the heels are looking out for better weather. All for me grog, me jolly, jolly grog. All gone for beer and tobacco. Oh, I spent up all my tin on the lasses drinking gin, and across the Western Ocean I must wander.

I'm sick in the head, I haven't been to bed, since first I came ashore with me plunder. I see centipedes and snakes and I'm full of pains and aches, and I think I'll take a stroll out over yonder. I do not feel so good. All for me grog, me jolly, jolly grog. All for my beer and tobacco. Oh, I spent up all my tin on the lasses drinking gin, and across the Western Ocean I must wander. Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream!

All for me grog, me jolly, jolly grog. All for my beer and tobacco. Oh, I spent up all my tin on the lasses drinking gin, and across the Western Ocean I must wander. Let the music play!