A song about Pirates for young children to sing.
The song has lots of relevant keywords including -
Ahoy, Grog, Avast, Jolly Roger, Shiver me Timbers, Hard tack, Cackle Eggs, Land Lubbers, Briny, Gold, Treasure, Ship, Map, Compass, Rum, Walk the Plank, Voyage, Navigate, Caribbean Sea.
This song would be great for singing in the classroom or as part of a class performance/assembly.
The pack contains a PPT of the lyrics, Lyric sheet, backing MP3 track and a demo track with a vocalist singing the song.
If you would like a demo of this song please contact Darren via email@example.com
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Due to demand, here is the instrumental version of my original pirate shanty, "Thar Be Mutiny" (the instrumental was originally known as 'The Merry Brigand', hence the name!) Unfortunately I don't have an instrumental copy of the KS1 version with the additional sound effects, but the rest of the musical content is the same between both versions.
I have decided to sell this version due to demand, but in the spirit of fairness and value, have set the price at the lowest option of £2. Hopefully you will feel that unlimited use of the resource is worth this much!
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The Merry Brigand/Thar Be Mutiny (c) Lee Michael McNamara
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