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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5



6th Dec 2017, 5:25 AM

Yohohohoho, Yohohohoho
Yohohohoho, Yohohohoho
Yohohohoho, Yohohohoho

Binkusu no sake wo, todoke ni yuku yo
Umikaze kimakase namimakase
Shio no mukou de, Yuuhi mo sawagu
sora nya wa wo kaku, tori no uta

Sayonara minato, tsumugi no sato yo
DON to ichou utao, funade no uta
kinpa-ginpa mo shibuki no kaete
Oretachya yuku zo, umi no kagiri

Binkusu no sake wo, todoke ni yuku yo
Warera kaizoku, umi watteku,
Nami wo makura ni, negura wa fune yo
Ho ni hata ni ketateru wa dokuro
Arashi ga kita zo, senri no sora ni
nami ga odoru yo, DORAMU narase
Okubyoukaze ni fukakerya saigo
Asu no asahi ga nai ja nashi

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6th Dec 2017, 6:14 AM

Or, in English:

Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!
Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!
Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!
Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!

Making a delivery, bringing it across the sea,
Bink's Sake in the hold as we sail through the breeze.
Far across the eye can see, the sun is shining merrily,
As the birds fly in the sky as they sing out with glee!

Bid Adieu to everyone as we sail under the sun,
Sailing on from dawn 'til dusk and singing out as one!
Cross the gold and silver waves, changing into water sprays,
Sailing out on our journey to the ends of the sea!

Making a delivery of Bink's Sake through the sea,
Let be shown that we are known as pirates, sailing free
Time to raise the flag up high, of Jolly Roger in the sky
Raise the sails and tell the tales that never pass you by

Somewhere in the endless sky, a storm has started coming by
Waves a- dancing, sails a- prancing, through the wind and rain
If we let blow winds of fear, then the end of us is near
Even so, tomorrow the sun will rise again!

Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!
Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!
Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!
Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!

Making a delivery of Bink's Sake through the sea
Through today, and through tomorrow, all your dreams will lay
Say goodbye should we depart, and keep your memories in your heart
Don't your frown and don't be down, but live to seize the day

Making a delivery of Bink's Sake through the sea
Sailing on from dusk 'til dawn and singing out as one
After all is said and done, we all end up as Skeletons
Tales unending, rules a- bending, journey just begun

Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!
Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!
Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!
Yo ho ho ho~ Yo ho ho hoo!

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Bozz Ardkasul

7th Dec 2017, 3:29 AM
"Alternatively alternatively..."

Yohohoho, yo-hoho-ho! Yohohoho, yo-hoho-ho!

Gather up all of the crew, time to ship out Bink’s Brew!
Sea wind blows to where, who knows? The waves will be our guide!
O’er across the ocean tide, rays of sunshine far and wide,
Birds they sing of cheerful things, in circles passing by!

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12th Dec 2017, 12:14 PM

I'm crying.

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7th Dec 2017, 6:32 PM

I knew someone was going to post theses lyrics.

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9th Dec 2017, 7:44 AM

Through good times and bad, no matter where i go or what happens I will ALWAYS treasure Bink's Sake. It is one of the most uplifting and Gut-wrenching songs i have ever heard, and no better song capture's the love one may have for a friend long gone, time well spent or just a well-written story.

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6th Dec 2017, 5:45 AM


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6th Dec 2017, 1:20 PM

Gayo Gayo is, in my opinion, the only 4kids opening worth anything when compared to the originals. It's a good opening even, introducing the characters, setting the tone, and just generally getting the audience pumped.

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7th Dec 2017, 8:21 PM

Came down to the comments expecting Bink's Sake, wasn't disappointed, *and then there's this guy.*

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6th Dec 2017, 6:12 AM
"Giving Up"

I think this would have been a perfect moment too go faster and be a bit serious then the group too be silly about the Pirate Kings last words and for Luke to say well lets get a song going but eh this just meh

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6th Dec 2017, 2:18 PM
"Don't give up "

You never know when a punchline might come. Also GM still did'nt tell them that they could sing just yet.
Also also, i don't think they have a piano in handy. i mean, who got a piano at is house? thoses things are expensive.

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6th Dec 2017, 8:45 AM

"We are the pirates who don't do anything..."

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6th Dec 2017, 11:19 AM



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Daemon Keido

7th Dec 2017, 1:29 AM

in: PotC Wiki
Hoist the Colours (song)

Table of Contents
Hoist the Colours (song)
This article is about the pirate song Hoist the Colours. You may be looking for the soundtrack cue or the term.
Pirates at Fort Charles singing Hoist the Colours.
The song has already been sung. The Brethren Court is called.
Tia Dalma to Jack Sparrow
Hoist the Colours, sometimes written as Hoist the Colors, was a sea shanty known by all pirates across the Seven Seas. The song was related to the action of hoisting of a pirate's flag, though it was mainly used as a call to arms for the members of the Brethren Court.



A dangerous song to be singing...for any who are ignorant of its meaning.
Tai Huang to Elizabeth Swann
The song Hoist the Colours told the tale of the binding of Calypso by the Pirate King and the First Brethren Court. It was also used as the method of summoning the Court to stand together in the pirates' most dire need. It was sent forth by Hector Barbossa, who intended to unite the Pirate Lords and release Calypso from her form of flesh.[1]

Fourth Brethren Court

The song has been sung. The time is upon us. We must convene the Brethren Court.
Hector Barbossa to Sao Feng
The song was sung by assembled men and women sentenced for execution by the East India Trading Company at Fort Charles in Port Royal, after a cabin boy, facing the gallows, began singing the song while holding a piece of eight. The entire assembly soon took up the cue. The song was connected to the nine pieces of eight. Once the crowd had sung, the nine coins begin resonating. Sao Feng heard the resonance in a coin given to him by Hector Barbossa in Singapore, and the entire members of the Fourth Brethren Court united at Shipwreck Cove because of it.[2]


Lyrics by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio
Music by Hans Zimmer and Gore Verbinski
Yo, Ho haul together, hoist the colours high
Heave ho, thieves and beggars, never shall we die
Yo, Ho haul together, hoist the colours high
Heave ho, thieves and beggars, never shall we die
The King and his men stole the queen from her bed
and bound her in her bones
The seas be ours and by the powers
Where we will...we'll roam
Yo, Ho haul together, hoist the colours high
Heave ho, thieves and beggars, never say we die
Some men have died and some are alive
And others sail on the sea
With the keys to the cage
And the devil to pay
We lay to Fiddler's Green!
Yo, Ho haul together, hoist the colours high
Heave ho, thieves and beggars, never shall we die
The bell has been raised from its watery grave
Do you hear its sepulchral tone?
A Call to all, pay heed to the squall
And turn your sail towards home!
Yo, Ho haul together, hoist the colours high
Heave ho, thieves and beggars, never shall we die

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7th Dec 2017, 3:20 AM

If you try to fight us you will get a nasty whackin!
If you disrespect our singin' we will feed you to a kraken!
A pirate I was meant to be!
Trim the sails and roam the sea!


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7th Dec 2017, 11:49 AM

Meh, the original is not that bad "My treasure? I left it all there, search it if you want" it was one good thing of the anime.

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7th Dec 2017, 6:33 PM

I think the GM is going to exhaust himself just to manage to place the pirate king final words. he have to include them at some point.

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