Hoist the colors (FULL SONG WITH LYRICS!)


DOWNLOAD LINK!: www.plunder.com -LYRICS- 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, Theives and Beggars, Never Shall 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! The Bell has been raised, From it’s watery grave… Do you hear it’s sepulchral tone? We are a call to all, Pay heed the squall, And turn your sail toward home! Yo Ho haul, together, Hoist the colours high Heave Ho, Theives and Beggars, Never Shall We Die!

25 Responses to “Hoist the colors (FULL SONG WITH LYRICS!)”

  1. iwillown1243  on October 6th, 2010

    I can’t seem to figure out why people keep saying “This version”. This is the original, from the sound track. The one in the movie is a shortened version of this song, and this is sung with a choir, with many of the same people in it, I think.

    Reply

  2. the31337one  on October 6th, 2010

    @Tonyzzon well then i suggest killing yourself…. well i guess it doesnt matter anyway because the reason why you dont see any lyrics is beacuse you cant read and if you cant whats the point in reading the lyrics….?

    Reply

  3. Tonyzzon  on October 6th, 2010

    I dont see enny lyrics..

    Reply

  4. zohaib338  on October 6th, 2010

    @the31337one y wud u burn it? lol weird!

    Reply

  5. Unharius  on October 6th, 2010

    @Bethster7 Correct. Davy Jones is “The Devil”.

    Reply

  6. thefreakofnaturesm  on October 6th, 2010

    The first of the choruses is
    Yo Ho, haul hands
    .;..

    Reply

  7. Chidorgan7  on October 6th, 2010

    It’s a lot more eerie than the one from the movie. I like it. Did you make this or did you get it from somewhere?

    Reply

  8. sussijeps  on October 6th, 2010

    Like the “tavern” like version.

    Reply

  9. aliu292  on October 6th, 2010

    @Bethster7 That would make much sense too :P

    Reply

  10. coosenone  on October 6th, 2010

    bad verison

    Reply

  11. oblivion420  on October 6th, 2010

    @Shmeckeldorf this is the only version of this song iv heard that isnt pulled from the movie

    Reply

  12. cuber1  on October 6th, 2010

    I like the version were the kids starts singing better.. It has that ‘emotional’ feeling to it that makes my skin crawl.

    Reply

  13. casperes0912  on October 6th, 2010

    @the31337one Hans Zimmer wrote this:)

    Reply

  14. Bethster7  on October 6th, 2010

    @aliu292 Wouldn’t ‘the king and his men’ refer to the Pirate King and the Pirate Lords? They are the ones who bound her in human form, Davy Jones only told them how to do it.

    Reply

  15. Gthic2  on October 6th, 2010

    god girff its sa awsome

    Reply

  16. Gthic2  on October 6th, 2010

    ow ow i feell sa dizzy now

    Reply

  17. fireblack1819  on October 6th, 2010

    i like this version

    Reply

  18. BestFriendsSR  on October 6th, 2010

    I love this song!

    Reply

  19. Gielio1993  on October 6th, 2010

    @aliu292 oh sry i miunderstood, yes now u mention it, youre right :) davy jones is feared amongst pirates good thinking :)

    Reply

  20. aliu292  on October 6th, 2010

    @Gielio1993 The last verse refers to this song itself,
    The bell is refering to his very song, because this song is a call out to all the pirates, their home being shipwreck cove, so when they hear the call of this song they must turn their sails towards home. Rememer, this song was sung to call upon the Brethren Court.

    Reply

  21. aliu292  on October 6th, 2010

    @Gielio1993 The second verse turns to pirates, the dead man’s chest, and davy jones’ closet.
    And others sail the sea being the pirates,
    The keys to the cage meaning the keys to the cage of calypso (nine pieces of eight).
    The devil to pay being davy jones cuz you sell your soul to him.
    Fiddler’s Green is belived to be an afterlife where the fiddle doesn’t stop playing, so davy jones closet.

    Reply

  22. aliu292  on October 6th, 2010

    @Gielio1993 You got the first part right I think.
    The king (Davy Jones) and his men,
    Stole the Queen(Calypso cuz she and Davy Jones were lovers hence kings and queens) from her bed (I think it means ‘seabed’),
    And bound her in her Bones(Yup, meaning her human form),
    The seas be ours,
    And by OUR(it’s our not the, meaning the pirates are now able to roam freely without being stopped by calypso) powers,
    Where we will, we’ll roam.(Same as above)

    Reply

  23. Gielio1993  on October 6th, 2010

    @Bulka40000 i doubt that :s, and i doubt all those pirates singing knew jack sparrow

    Reply

  24. Bulka40000  on October 6th, 2010

    @loumil4 DO YOU KNOW WHAT IS THE IRONY???!!!!!

    Reply

  25. loumil4  on October 6th, 2010

    @Bulka40000 why would it be about jack..when it says queen; it’s the sea goddess; the kings and queens are the pirate lords

    Reply


Leave a Reply