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Hans Zimmer - Hoist The Colours - Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

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Published on Dec 31, 2013

"Hoist The Colours" - song and scene from the beginning of "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End"

Hoist the Colours, sometimes written as Hoist the Colors, was a sea shanty known by all pirates across the Seven Seas. The song was related to the action of hoisting of a pirate's flag, though it was mainly used as a call to arms for the members of the Brethren Court.

Lyrics by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio
Music by Hans Zimmer and Gore Verbinski
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Yo, ho, haul together,
hoist the colours high.
Heave ho,
thieves and beggars,
never shall we die.

The king and his men
stole the queen from her bed
and bound her in her Bones.
The seas be ours
and by the powers
where we will we'll roam.

Yo, ho, all hands,
hoist the colours high.
Heave, ho, thieves and beggars,
never shall we die.

Yo, ho, haul together,
hoist the colours high.
Heave ho, thieves and beggars,
never shall we die.

Some men have died
and some are alive
and others sail on the sea
-- with the keys to the cage...
and the Devil to pay
we lay to Fiddler's Green!

The bell has been raised
from its watery grave...
Do you hear its sepulchral tone?
We are a call to all,
pay heed the squall
and turn your sail toward home!

Yo, ho, haul together,
hoist the colours high.
Heave ho, thieves and beggars,
never shall we die.

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