Auckland to the Bluff

DESCRIPTION: "I left the city when just a lad, Times were hard and no work to be had, So I went to sea on the Flora Bell... a ship from hell." Having sailed "from Auckland to the bluff," the singer says, "that's enough." He tells of the bad voyage; he won't sail again
AUTHOR: Rudy Sunde (source: Colquhoun-NZ-Folksongs-SongOfAYoungCountry)
EARLIEST DATE: 2010 (Colquhoun-NZ-Folksongs-SongOfAYoungCountry)
KEYWORDS: sailor hardtimes home
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Colquhoun-NZ-Folksongs-SongOfAYoungCountry, p. 13, "Auckland to the Bluff" (1 text, 1 tune)
File: Col2013

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