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The Virginia
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Musi c by ALAN MENKEI \
Lyri cs by STEPHEN SCHWART2
Like a sea shanty
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Like a sea shantv
Musi c by ALAN MENKEN
Lyri cs by STEPHEN SCHWARTZ
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Musi c by ALAN MENKEN
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if the sav-age one is me, how can there be so much that
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Ratcliffe: What can you ex-pect
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sav- ag- es! Sav
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sav- ag- es! Sav- ag- es! Dirt-y shriek-ing dev
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(Let' s go men!) Powhatan: This will be the mornins.
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I don't know what
still know I've got try.
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English Settlers and Native Americans:
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please don' t let
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Ettglish
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Sav
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What are we waitjng for?
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