The Pirates of Penzance

Arthur Sullivan

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Color coverModern Major General (Act I, No.13). Waltz Song: "Poor Wandering One" (Act I, No.8).
Pour, O King, the pirate sherry
Yes, Frederic, from today you rank
Oh, pardon! Frederic, pardon!
Oh, take me with you!
Oh false one! you have deceived me!
What shall I do?
Climbing over rocky mountain
What a picturesque spot!
Stop, ladies, pray!
What ought we to do?
How beautifully blue the sky
Stay, we must not lose our senses
Hold, Monsters!
And now that I've introduced myself
Oh, men of dark and dismal fate
I'm telling a terrible story
You may go, for you're at liberty
For he is an orphan boy!
Oh, master, hear one word
Pray observe the magnanimity
Oh, dry the glist'ning tear
Oh, Frederic, cannot you
Now Frederic, let your escort lion-hearted
Now for the Pirate's lair!
Young Fred'ric!
When you left our pirate fold
Upon my word, this is most curious
Away, away, my heart's on fire!
All is prepar'd!
Stay, Fred'ric, stay!
Yes, I am brave!
A rollicking band of Pirates we
With catlike tread upon our pre we steal
Hush, hush, not a word
Softly sighing to a river
Now what is this
We triumph now
Away with them
I Am a Pirate King
I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General
Poor wand'ring one
The Policeman's Song
Oh, Is There Not One Maiden Breast
The Policeman's Song
When Frederic Was a Little Lad