Buccaneer's Song to His Love, The

DESCRIPTION: "Do you ever think of me, love, Do you ever think of me? When I'm far away from thee, love, With my bark upon the sea." The sailor thinks of her often, and of home, and imagines her being with him, and hopes she does the same
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: c. 1845 (The Buccaneer Songster, according to Frank-Pirate)
KEYWORDS: sailor separation home
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Frank-PIrate 67, "The Buccaneer's Song to His Love" (1 text; #43 in the first edition)
Roud #13939
NOTES [18 words]: Roud lumps this with "Do They Miss Me at Home?"; I frankly don't see any connection beyond the thematic. - RBW
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File: FrPi067

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