Pirates' Banquet

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Dialouge: (sounds of a ship at sea, and pirates eating dinner)

A young person enters the room…

Pirate: "Well, look who we have here: A youngin'.

Would you like to join us pirates for supper?"


Feast your eyes on mountains of foodstuffs

Take a part in pirates' banquet

Pick yourself a purple bananna

Would you like some barnacle pie

Would you try some barbequed starfish

Can you sip some gooseberry tea

Have you had a good seaweed cheesecake

Will you try some pillbug ice cream

Help yourself to plenty of breadfruit

We've got lots and lots of that

Mango souffle' stuffed full of oysters

We made that one just for you

Crocodile roasts in the oven

Should we serve a piece of tounge?

Well, how is your stomach feeling right now?


Yo Ho Ho the eating is funny

When we pirates learn how to cook

You may ask, why make all this weird food?

Our chef learned from Blackbeard's daughter

Our chef learned from Blackbeard's daughter

Dialouge: Pirate #1: Now captain cook, he was quite a

gourmet chef"

Pirate #2: "Anyone ever had kentucky fried parrot?

That is a one fine dish." Pirates: "ARRGG..ARRGG".

Score ID
Year of composition
Mason Wright
Easy (Grades 1-3)
1 minute
Solo Harpsichord + piano

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