In former times, mid war an' strife, The French invasion threatened life, An' all was armed to the knife, The Fishermen hung the Monkey O! The Fishermen wi' courage high, Seized on the Monkey for a spy, "Hang him" says yen, says another,"He'll die! They tried every move to make him speak, They tortor'd the Monkey till loud he did squeak Says yen, "That's French," says another "it's Greek" For the Fishermen had got drunky, O! In popular culture[ edit ] Another monkey statue at Hartlepool Marina collects coins for charity. The local football club, Hartlepool United F. Two of the town's six rugby clubs use variations of the hanging monkey, Hartlepool Rovers crest being a beret wearing monkey hanging from a gibbet, while Hartlepool RFC neckties sport a rugby ball kicking monkey suspended from a rope.
Song Lyrics: Beauty and the Beast
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Thanks to Janice for sending these in! Zacchaeus was a wee little man, A wee little man was he. He climbed up in the sycamore tree, the Savior for to see. And he said, "Zacchaeus, you come down from there; For I'm going to your house today, for I'm going to your house today. And Zacchaeus came down from that tree, and he said, "What a better man I'll be. I'll give my money to the poor.
"Cute Without The 'E' (Cut From The Team)" lyrics
Be Our Guest [Lumiere: And now we invite you to relax, let us pull up a chair as the dining room proudly presents - your dinner! Be our guest Be our guest Put our service to the test Tie your napkin 'round your neck, cherie And we provide the rest Soup du jour Hot hors d'oeuvres hy, we only live to serve Try the grey stuff, it's delicious Don't believe me? Ask the dishes They can sing They can dance After all, Miss, this is France And a dinner here is never second best Go on, unfold your menu Take a glance and then you'll Be our guest Oui, our guest Be our guest Beef ragout Cheese souffle Pie and pudding "en flambe" We'll prepare and serve with flair A culinary cabaret You're alone And you're scared But the banquet's all prepared No one's gloomy or complaining While the flatware's entertaining We tell jokes I do tricks With my fellow candlesticks [Mugs:
History[ edit ] As a shanty[ edit ] The first published description of the shanty is found in an account of an whaling voyage out of New London, Connecticut to the Pacific Ocean. The tune was noted, along with these lyrics: In Eckstorm and Smyth 's collection Minstrelsy of Maine published , the editors note that one of their grandmothers, who sang the song, claimed to have heard it used during the task of tacking on the Penobscot River "probably [by the time of the editor's reportage] considerably over a hundred years ago.