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White Squall

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WHITE SQUALL   Time: 4/4     Stan Rogers
               / A                     /                                     / D                    / A
Now it's / just my luck to / have the watch, with / nothing left to / do,
       / A                           /                                   / A                        
But / watch the deadly / waters glide, as we / roll north to the 
/ E
/ Sault, and
A                                /                            / D                      / 
Wonder when they'll / turn again, and / pitch us to the / rail, and
A                              /  E                         / A     
Whirl off one more /  youngster in the / gale.
       / A                                 /                        / D                     / A
The / kid was so damned / eager, it was / all so big and / new,
        / A                   /                              / A                         / E 
You / never had to / tell him twice, or / find him work to / do, and
A                          /                                   / D                     /  
Evenings on the / mess deck, he was / always first to / sing, and
                / A                      / E                        / A
Show us / pictures of the / girl he'd wed in / spring.

Chorus One (after verses 1, 2, 3,) Followed by run

         / E                     / E7                               / D                  
But I / told that kid a / hundred times, don't / take the lakes for 
A
granted.
            / A                            /                                / D    
They'll / go from calm to a / hundred knots, so / fast they seem en 
  /  A
- / chanted,
             / A                                    /                                / D            
But to - / night some red - eyed / Whiarton girl, lies / staring at the

Wall, and
       / A                          / E              / A 
Her / lover's gone in - / to a white / squall.

Now it's a / thing that us old - / timers know, in a / sultry summer calm,
There / comes a blow from / nowhere, and it / goes off like a bomb, and
A / fifteen thousand / tonner can be / thrown upon her / beam,
While the / gale takes all be - / fore it with a / scream.
The / kid was on the / hatches, lying / staring at the / sky
So I / hadn't the heart to / tell him, that he / should be on a / line,
Even on a / night so warm and / fine.

When it / struck, he sat up / with a start, I / roared to him: Get / down!
But for / all that he could/ hear, I might as / well not made a / sound.
So I / clung there to the / stanchions and I / felt my face grow / pale,
As he / crawled hand-over - / hand along the / rail

Now I could / feel her heeling / over with the / fury of the / blow, and
I / watched the rail go / under then, so / terrible and / slow.
Then like / some great dog she / shook herself and / roared upright a - / gain,
While / overside I / heard him call my / name.

So it's / just my luck to / have the watch, with / nothing left to do,
But / watch the deadly / waters glide, as we / roll north to the Sault, and
Wonder when they'll / turn again, and / pitch us to the / rail, and
Whirl off one more / youngster in the / gale, and

Chorus Two:

         / E                        / E7                               / D                  
But I / tell these kids a / hundred times, don't / take the lakes for 
A
granted.
            / A                            /                                / D    
They'll / go from calm to a / hundred knots, so / fast they seem en 
  /  E
- / chanted,
             / A                                    /                                / D            
But to - / night some red - eyed / Whiarton girl, lies / staring at the

Wall, and
       / A                          / E              / A 
Her / lover's gone in - / to a white / squall.

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