The Mary Jane
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The Mary Jane Hark'n me maties, and hear me words, for I've seen the Mary Jane. She be a spiteful lass of cannon and sail, and her bite be pirates bane. I be capt'n Jack. Black Jack ye may knows me by. As fearless a pirate as there ever was, of this tale I tells no lie. The Mary Jane's capt'n, be ruthless, and loyal to king and crown. He gives no quarters to the likes of us, like dogs he'll hunt us down. Me ship it was the Red Star, with no finer crew of mates. Yet the Mary Jane cut us down, Tis for Davy Jones they waits. I now be but a humble soul; a capt'n with out a leg. No plunder I has, says I; of this mug I had to beg. Tis a warning I gives to ya freely mates; keep yer eyes upon the waves. Fer the Mary Jane be on the hunt, to send us pirates to our graves. I raise up this mug of rum; a toast to the Mary Jane. And a curse I place upon her hull, From here to the Spanish Main.