Robert Palomo | Noah Could Not Navigate

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Noah Could Not Navigate

by Robert Palomo

Here's a "new old sea song"... a capstan type shanty modeled on the classic tradition, but with some modern-day United-Statsian lunacy thrown in: climate change deniers, conspiracy theorists, and dinosaurs aboard Noah's Ark.
Genre: Folk: Sea Shanties
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"Noah Could Not Navigate" - a capstan shanty after the old tradition with some modern-day United-Statesian lunacy woven in: climate change deniers, conspiracy theorists, and educators who believe dinosaurs sailed aboard Noah's Ark. For example

Climate change deniers
Noah heard their howls and groans
As the Ark she floated off
And they all met Davy Jones!

The song is aided and abetted by natural sounds of waves, gulls, thunder, rain, and... wait for it... loons!

Forget the looniness around you for these few minutes and have fun imagining yourself as the bosun or first mate aboard an old sailing ship that somehow glided into a fog bank and emerged in 2016, singing out the Noah's Ark story to your crew as they heave at the capstan, as only a crusty old salt can tell the tale.

If there's a mariner in your life (or even just lurking inside you), you'll want to get a copy of this track for him/her/you. Whatever you do, don't run your ship aground on a mountaintop!



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