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Aye Sir Aye
Last updated: 22.08.18
I was introduced to Aye Sir Aye when joining the Tyneside Maritime Chorus in early 2011. It is a jolly song whereby four jolly lads (all in a row - as the song goes) have diametrically opposite views on perceived reality to whit: going for a walk, meeting a bonny lass, discussing whether she be pregnant and who will buy the next round. A great fun song to sing and I, as a bass, revel in the bass harmonises when singing In a row, in a row, in a row, in a row,
This song may be found in the Tyneside Maritime Chorus songbook
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