Tortuga: Dead Men Tell No Tales

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Summary

End Of The World At Journey's End! A Pirate's Life For Me! Competition Between Hevean and Hell. Rapture Day's Ahead. Dead Men Tell No Tales... :) (Enjoy!) The end of the world at Journey's end in Middle Earth... Shiver My Timbers, Shiver My Sails! Dead Men Tell No Tales! The Continued Series, after Pirates of the Caribbean. The Tales of Heaven and Hell Combined Together At World's End. The Desolation of Diablo. Lucifer's Revenge.

Status:
Ongoing
Chapters:
3
Rating:
n/a
Age Rating:
16+

Prologue

Write. No one can stop you, but you. ~Kathrine Neville.

Shiver my timbers, shiver my soul!
Yo ho heave ho! Yo ho heave ho!
There are men whose hearts are as black as coal!

And they sailed their ship cross the ocean blue!
A blood-thirsty captain and a cut-throat crew!
It’s as dark a tale as was ever told!
Of the lust for treasure and the love of gold!

Shiver my timbers, shiver my sides!
Yo ho heave ho! Yo ho heave ho!
There are hungers as strong as the wind and tides!

And those buccaneers drowned their sins in rum!
The devil himself would have to call them scum!
Every man aboard would have killed his mate!
For a bag of guineas or a piece of eight!
(A piece of eight!)
(A piece of eight!)

Five, six, seven, eight.

Hoola wacka! Oola wacka! Something not right!
Many wicked icky things gonna happen tonight!
Hoola wacka! Oola wacka! Sailor man beware!
When there’s money in the ground there’s murder in the air!
(Murder in the air!) One more time now!

Shiver my timbers, shiver my bones!
Yo ho heave ho! Yo ho heave ho!
There are secrets that sleep with old Davy Jones!

When the mainsail’s set and the anchor’s weighed!
There’s no turning back from any course that’s laid!
And when greed and villainy sail the sea!
You can bet your boots there’ll be treachery!

Shiver my timbers, shiver my sails!
Dead men tell no tales!...′

Far over the Misty Mountains rise!
Lead us standing upon the height!
What was before we see once more!
Is our kingdom a distant light!
Fiery mountain beneath a moon!
The words aren’t spoken, we’ll be there soon!
For home a song that echoes on!
And all who find us will know the tune!

Some folk we never forget!
Some kind we never forgive!
Haven’t seen the back of us yet!
We’ll fight as long as we live!
All eyes on the hidden door!
To the Lonely Mountain!
We’ll ride in the gathering storm! Until we get our long forgotten gold!

We lay under the Misty Mountains cold!
In slumbers deep, and dreams of gold!
We must awake, our lives to make!
And in the darkness a torch we hold!
From long ago where lanterns burned!
Until this day our hearts have yearned!
A fate unknown, the Arkenstone!
What was stolen must be returned!

We must away ’ere break of day!
To find our song for heart and soul!
Some folk we never forget!
Some kind we never forgive!
Haven’t seen the end of it yet!
We’ll fight as long as we live!
All eyes on the hidden door!
To the Lonely Mountain!
We’ll ride in the gathering storm!
Till we get our long forgotten gold!
Far away the Misty Mountains cold!...′

Roads go ever, ever on,
Over rock and under tree,
By caves where never sun has shone,
By streams that never find the sea;
Over snow by winter sown,
And through the merry flowers of June,
Over grass and over stone,
And under mountains in the moon.

Roads go ever, ever on
Under cloud and under star,
Yet feet that wandering have gone
Turn at last to home afar.
Eyes that fire and sword have seen
And horror in the halls of stone
Look at last on meadows green
And trees and hills they long have known...′

I see a bad moon a-rising!
I see trouble on the way!
I see earthquakes and lightnin’!
I see bad times today!

Don’t go ’round tonight!
It’s bound to take your life!
There’s a bad moon on the rise!

I hear hurricanes a-blowing!
I know the end is coming soon!
I fear rivers over flowing!
I hear the voice of rage and ruin!

Don’t go ’round tonight!
It’s bound to take your life!
There’s a bad moon on the rise!

I hope you got your things together!
I hope you are quite prepared to die!
Look’s like we’re in for nasty weather!
One eye is taken for an eye!

Oh don’t go ’round tonight!
It’s bound to take your life!
There’s a bad moon on the rise!
There’s a bad moon on the rise!...′

Take my love, take my land!
Take me where I cannot stand!
I don’t care, I’m still free!
You can’t take the sky from me!

Take me out to the black!
Tell them I ain’t comin’ back!
Burn the land and boil the sea!
You can’t take the sky from me!

Leave the men where they lay!
They’ll never see another day!
Lost my soul, lost my dream!
You can’t take the sky from me!

I feel the black reaching out!
I hear its song without a doubt!
I still hear and I still see!
That you can’t take the sky from me!

Lost my love, lost my land!
Lost the last place I could stand!
There’s no place I can be!
Since I’ve found Serenity!

And you can’t take the sky from me!...′

'I admit that in the past I’ve been a nasty!
They weren’t kidding when they called me, well, a witch;
But you’ll find that nowadays!
I’ve mended all my ways!
Repented, seen the light and made a switch!

And I fortunately know a little magic!
It’s a talent that I always have possessed!
And here lately, please don’t laugh!
I use it on behalf!
Of the miserable, lonely and depressed!

Poor unfortunate souls!
In pain, in need!
This one longing to be thinner!
That one wants to get the girl!
And do I help them?!
Yes, indeed!
Poor unfortunate souls!
So sad, so true!
They come flocking to my cauldron!
Crying, “Spells, Ursula, please!”
And I help them?!
Yes, I do!

Now it’s happened once or twice!
Someone couldn’t pay the price,
And I’m afraid had to rake cross the coals!
I’ve had the odd complaint,
But on the whole I’ve been a saint!
To those poor unfortunate souls!

Poor unfortunate souls!
In pain, in need!
This one longing to be thinner!
That one wants to get the girl!
And do I help them?
Yes, indeed!

Poor unfortunate souls!
So sad, so true!
They come flocking to my cauldron!
Crying, “Spells, Ursula, please!”
And I help them?
Yes, I do!...

The men up there don’t like a lot of blabber!
They think a girl who gossips is a bore!
Yes, on land it’s much preferred!
For ladies not to say a word,
And after all, dear, what is idle prattle for?!

They’re not all that impressed with conversation!
True gentlemen avoid it when they can!
But they dote and swoon and fawn!
On a lady who’s withdrawn!
It’s she who holds her tongue!

Come on, you poor unfortunate soul!
Go ahead!
Make your choice!
I’m a very busy woman,
And I haven’t got all day!
It won’t cost much!
Just your voice!

Poor unfortunate soul!
It’s sad, but true!
If you want to cross a bridge!
You’ve got to pay the toll!
Take a gulp and take a breath,
And go ahead, come on!

Poor unfortunate souls!
In pain, in need!
This one longing to be thinner!
That one wants to get the girl!
And do I help them?
Yes, indeed!

Poor unfortunate souls!
In pain, in need!
They come flocking to my cauldron!
Crying, “Spells, Ursula, please!”
And I help them?
Yes, I do!...′

There ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!
There ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!

When I hear that trumpet sound,
I’m gonna rise right out of the ground!
Ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!

Well, look way down the river,
And what do you think I see!
I see a band of angels,
And they’re coming after me!

Ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!
There ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!

Well, look down yonder, Gabriel!
Put your feet on the land and sea,
But Gabriel, don’t you blow your trumpet!
Until you hear from me!

There ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!
Ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!

Well meet me, Jesus, meet me!
Meet me in the middle of the air!
And if these wings don’t fail me,
I will meet you anywhere!

Ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!
There ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!

Well meet me, Mother and Father,
Meet me down the river road!
And Mama, you know that I’ll be there!
When I check in my lord!

Ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!
There ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!
There ain’t no grave,
Can hold my body down!...′

I’ll tell you a tale of the bottomless blue!
And it’s hey to the starboard, heave-ho!
Look out lad a mermaid be waiting for you!
In mysterious fathoms below!

Fathoms below, below!
From whence wayward westerlies blow!
Where Triton is king and his merpeople sing!
In mysterious fathoms below!

Below! Below! Below, below, below!

In mysterious fathoms below!!..′

(To Be Continued...)

END OF PROLOGUE.

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