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(Mark Graham)

Moby Dick was a great white whale
Ploughed the ragin' main
He swum around old England
He beat old Reuben's Train

Moby Dick was a great white whale
Face as white as snow
And everywhere that Moby went
Ahab was sure to go

cho: Call me call me Ishmael
Call me what you will
You can call me E-Mail
And save your telephone bill

Ahab said to Moby
You ate off half my leg
But I've me one's gonna have to do
It's a little old ivory peg

Well, Moby said to Ahab
You think I am a dunce?
Sailin man as good as you
You don't eat all at once

Queequeg told his shipmates
Just lay me in the shade
Send my bones to Davy Jones,
In a coffin ready made

Black clouds a rising
Sure sign of rain
Put on your old sou'wester
Sweet little Liza Jane

Storm clouds a blowin
Lightnin's a flyin'
Old Ahab's a ragin'
Queequeg he's a dyin'


Ahab said to Starbuck
You're not a runnin right
Moby's beatin' the Pequod
Clear out of sight

Ahab said to Starbuck
When that whale is caught and canned
Would you make me a double-tall-decaf-skinny
In your little old latte stand

Moby Dick was a great white whale
And a low down dirty rat
You ate up all my shipmates
And my John B. Stetson hat


Call me call me Ishmael
This is what you do
You find me on the internet
At "M"-dick-dot-"E-D-U"

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