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Mr. Christopher Columbus
Sailed the sea without a compass
Well, when his men began a rumpus
Up spoke Christopher Columbus

He said, "There is land somewhere
So until we get there we will not go wrong
If we sing a swing song
Since the world is round we'll be safe and sound
'Till our goal is found we'll just keep the rhythm bound"

Soon the crew was makin' merry
Then came a yell, let's drink to Isabella
Bring on the rum
A music in that all the rumpus
A wise old Christopher Columbus

Soon the crew was makin' merry and Mary got mad
Then came a yell, let's drink to Isabel
So bring on the rum
A music in that all of the rumpus
A wise old Christopher Columbus

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