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Sloop John B

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  1. We come on the Sloop John B My grandfather and me Around Nassau town we did roam Drinkin’ all night Got into a fight Well, I feel so broke up I wanna go home So, hoist up the John B’s sail See how the mainsail set Call for the captain ashore Let me go home, let me go home.
  2. Oct 30,  · Although the pop group, “The Beach Boys” brought this Bahamian folk song to international popularity in the s, the story behind the “Sloop John B.,” or as it's originally called, “The John B. Sails,” goes way, way back. Around , John T. McCutcheon and his wife learned to sing this song while spending time in the West Indies.
  3. The "Sloop John B" & the Beach boys never sounded better! In S-T-E-R-E-O!!!!! Extended fade too. My all-time fave BB song. Gets many a spin on my "Rolled Gold W/Peter J" OLDIES shows. Helpful. 0 Comment Report abuse domantn. out of 5 stars Five Stars. Reviewed in the United States on February 14, /5.
  4. Sloop John B. Lyrics: Old granddaddy and me / Would sail on the Sloop John B / Around Nassau town we did roam / Got into a fight / We were drinkin' all night / Ya, now I feel so brake up / I want.
  5. Sloop John B (Stereo) by The Beach Boys. out of 5 stars MP3 Music Listen with Music Unlimited. Or $ to buy MP3. Sloop John B. by The Beach Boys. out of 5 stars MP3 Music Listen with Music Unlimited. Or $ to buy MP3. Sloop John B: A Pirate's Tale. by Al.
  6. Sloop John B. Originally called “The John B. Sails,” “Sloop John B” is a traditional folk song from the Bahamas about an unpleasant boat trip. “The Wreck of the John B” and “I Wanna Go Home” have been used as titles to the song as well. Richard Le Gallienne transcribed and published it in
  7. We come on the sloop John B My grandfather and me Around Nassau town we did roam Drinking all night Got into a fight Well I feel so broke up I want to go home So hoist up the John B's sail See how the mainsail sets Call for the Captain ashore Let me go home, let me go home I wanna go home, yeah yeah Well I feel so broke up I wanna go home.
  8. Sloop John B was originally an old folk song from The Bahamas. It took Brian Wilson less that 24 hour to come up with this incredible arrangement and they released it as the first single from Pet Sounds.

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