Sung by THE BIRKENHEAD DOCK GATEMEN and WALTER JONES (Baritone)
By kind permission of The Mersey Docks and Harbour Board
' The DOG WATCH,' 188 ...
Presented by THE BIRKENHEAD DOCK GATEMEN
No more we'll go to Sea (Signed on) Santiana (Stand by) A long time ago (Man vour Top's'l Halyards) Hoo Dah (All gone)
On the F'c'slehead of the Roderick Dhu
Outward bound from Liverpool to 'Frisco
' IN THE SALOON,' 1930
A Passenger, WALTER JONES
Assisted by the Ship's Crew
During a concert in the saloon of the S.S. Carmanlic outward bound from Liverpool to New York
Fire down below
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