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  1. May 24,  · Revelation says, "Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth; for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more." Why would there be no more sea? This passage puzzled me for a long time, too. After all, most of us enjoy the sea -- boating, swimming, snorkeling, etc. The sea is beautiful, and majestic.
  2. Go To Sea No More Lyrics: It's another day we go / Sailing o'er the blue / I look to the horizon / My thoughts drift home to you / A young man only seventeen / Adventure couldn't wait / Set sail.
  3. Aug 18,  · A hint of the quality of the new heaven and new earth is found in the somewhat cryptic words, “Also there was no more sea” (Rev. ). For people who have a love for the seashore and all that it represents in terms of beauty and recreation, it may seem strange to contemplate a new earth without any sea.
  4. Watch the video for Go To Sea No More from The Irish Descendants's The Best of the Irish Descendants for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. No more, boys, no more, go to sea no more 'Twas then that I wished that I was dead and could go to sea no more So come all you bold seafaring men, who listen to me song When you come off them long trips, I'll have you not go wrong Take my advice, drink no strong drink, don't go sleeping with them whores Get married instead and spend all night.
  6. Go to Sea No More A forebitter. Hugill says that this tune was very popular with Liverpool seamen. A L Lloyd writes: 'I learned this song from Fred Clausen of Stoneferry, Hull, meat-cutter in the whale factory Southern Empress, in In
  7. Go to sea no more song, With Luke Kelly singing, guitar chords in chordpro by Marc Fahrbach. timing 4/4. This is a traditional folk song. It was also recorded by Ryan's Fancy. The sheet music notes are included in the key of D which is suitable for tin whistle players.
  8. Once more, boys, once more, send you to sea once more I'll give you a chance and I'll take your advance and I'll send you to see once more He shipped me on board of a whaling ship bound for the arctic seas Where the cold winds blow through the frost and snow and Jamaica rum would freeze But worse to bear, I'd no hard weather gear for I'd spent.

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