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Golfin' on Dolphins

When pirates get bored at sea

They grab their clubs and balls

And net themselves some dolphins

So they can golf among the squalls


In the salty breeze they don't need any tees

They just use the dolphin's blowholes

With the blue as their green, the finest you've seen

The horizon becomes their goal


They'll play for hours until the sun sets

Heading towards that golden line

Riding on the backs of the dolphins

And having a whale of a time


After they've found their balls

Not in little holes but where they float

They'll say “ahar we're par for the course”

Then ride the dolphins triumphantly

Back to where they anchored their boat.



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