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What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor[Bearbeiten]

Shanty (Seemannslied) Alternativtitel: Drunken Sailor  •  Text: anonym (publ. 1891) Melodie: trad.(um 1745) Tonart: dorisch bearbeitet von Mjchael 

Gitarre   Ukulele (gcea)

 
Dm C

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What shall we do with the drun -- ken sai -- lor,
What shall we do with the drun -- ken sai -- lor,
what shall we do with the drun -- ken sai -- lor
ear -- ly in the mor -- ning?
Hoo -- ray, and up she ri -- ses,
hoo -- ray, and up she ri -- ses,
hoo -- ray, and up she ri -- ses
ea --  rly in the mor -- ning.
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1. Strophe
[Dm] What shall we do with the drunken sailor [C] What shall we do with the drunken sailor
[Dm] What shall we do with the drunken sailor [C] Early in the[Dm]morning?
Refrain
[Dm] Hoo-ray, and up she rises [C] Hoo-ray, and up she rises
[Dm] Hoo-ray, and up she rises [C] Early in the[Dm]morning
2. Strophe
[Dm] Put him in the long boat until he's sober[1] [C] Put him in the long boat until he's sober
[Dm] Put him in the long boat until he's sober [C] Early in the[Dm] morning
3. Strophe
[Dm] Pull out the plug[2] and wet[3] him all over [C] Pull out the plug and wet him all over
[Dm] Pull out the plug and wet him all over [C] Early in the[Dm]morning
4. Strophe
[Dm]Take him and shake him and try to awake him[C]Take him and shake him and try to awake him
[Dm]Take him and shake him and try to awake him[C]Early in the[Dm]morning
5. Strophe
[Dm] Give him a dose of salt and water [C]Give him a dose of salt and water
[Dm]Give him a dose of salt and water [C] Early in the[Dm]morning
6. Strophe
[Dm] Give him a dash with a bosun's[4] rope-end[5] [C]Give him a dash with a bosun's rope-end
[Dm]Give him a dash with a bosun's rope-end [C] Early in the[Dm]morning
7. Strophe
[Dm] Haeve him by the leg in a running bowline[6] [C]Haeve him by the leg in a running bowline
[Dm]Haeve him by the leg in a running bowline [C] Early in the[Dm]morning
8. Strophe
[Dm] Put him in the scuppers[7] with a hose pipe[8] on him [C]Put him in the scuppers with a hose pipe on him
[Dm]Put him in the scuppers with a hose pipe on him [C] Early in the[Dm]morning
9. Strophe
[Dm] Shave his belly with a rusty razor [C]Shave his belly with a rusty razor
[Dm]Shave his belly with a rusty razor [C] Early in the[Dm]morning
10. Strophe
[Dm] That´s what to do with a drunken sailor [C]That´s what to do with a drunken sailor
[Dm]That´s what to do with a drunken sailor [C] Early in the[Dm]morning

  1. sober = nüchtern
  2. plug = Stöpsel(eines Kruges oder Fasses)
  3. wet = feucht, nass (machen)
  4. bosun: eigentlich "boatswain" = Bootsmann
  5. rope-end = Tau- bzw. Seilende
  6. running bowline = Palsteg (Seemanns-Knoten)
  7. scuppers = Speigatte (Seemansbegriff für ein Abflussloch von Seewasser)
  8. hose pipe = Schlauch

Der Autor ist vor über siebzig Jahren verstorben. Daher bestehen keine Urheberrechtsansprüche mehr an diesem Werk.

Etwas Harmonielehre[Bearbeiten]

Die Tonart des Liedes ist weder C-Dur noch D-Moll und auch nicht F-Dur, wie es in einigen Notenbüchern fälschlicherweise geschrieben wird.

Das Notenmaterial ist das gleiche wie C-Dur, daher werden die selben Vorzeichen wie bei der C-Dur-Tonleiter verwendet (nämlich keine).

Doch das harmonische Zentrum des Liedes ist der D-Moll-Akkord und nicht der C-Dur-Akkord. Wie du siehst und hörst, beginnt und endet jede Strophe nebst Refrain mit dem Dm.

Von C-Dur aus gesehen ist D-Moll die zweite Akkordstufe. Lieder, deren Zentrum der zweiten Stufe einer Durtonleiter entsprechen, nennt man "dorisch". Dieses ist eine Kirchentonart; so genannt, weil noch viele alte Kirchenlieder in solchen Tonarten stehen. Es gibt auch viele Volkslieder (besonders im Irish Folk) und auch moderne Pop-Songs (z.B. Mad World - gecovert von Michael Andrews) die ebenfalls diesen Modus (= anderes Wort für Kirchentonart) verwenden.

Weblinks[Bearbeiten]

Alternativer Text What shall we do with the drunken sailor

Liedbeispiele:

(11a) Dm-Akkord[Bearbeiten]

  1. What shall we do with a drunken Sailor (auch Em-D; Am-G) (!!!!)
  2. Erster Merseburger Zauberspruch althochdeutsche Lyrik
  3. Gregor
  4. Hawa nagila
  5. Wade In The Water
  6. The Green Piece Of Planet Earth by MATTHIAS EBERTZ (Irish Folk | Eigenkomposition mit Hörbeispiel)
  7. Michael row the boat ashore
  8. Joshua fit the battle of Jericho
  9. Child In The Manger
  10. Die alten Rittersleut
  11. Scarborough Fair
  12. Follow me up to Carlow
  13. Loch Lomond
  14. YT   Don't Cry (Guns N' Roses) //:Am Dm G C :// F G Am F G Am F G C G Am F G Am (DD3)
  15. YT   Like Ice in the Sunshine (G7) C - G -; Dm F G (7); C - G -; Dm (F G) C - ; Ref:Am Em F C; Am Em F G; (7)
  16. YT   I am Sailing C - Am - F - C - ; D - Am - Dm G(7) C G(7);
  17. YT   Herzscheiße (Funny van Dannen) C Dm G (C G7)
  18. YT   Holland (Götz Widmann) Holland www.joint-venture.de {C Dm G7 C; Am Dm G7 C;}2x {F G7 C Am} 3x Dm G7 C
  19. YT   Wire to wire (Razorligh) Dm (C G)(!!!!)
  20. YT   Wind Of Change (Scorpions) C Dm - C - Dm Am G - (2x) C G Dm G (2x) Am - F G
  21. YT   Leuchtturm (Nena) C - Am - C - Am - F - Dm - G - C - Bridge: C Am C Am F G(7) C
  22. YT   Like Ice in the Sunshine (G7) C - G -; Dm F G (7); C - G -; Dm (F G) C ; Ref:Am Em F C; Am Em F
  23. YT   Summer Dreamin / Bacardi Feeling (Kate Yanai) (C Em F G; Em Am Dm G)2x (C Am F G; Em Am Dm G) 2x
  24. YT   Lord Reign in me  Sacropop C G F G 3x Am- F G (auch Am- Dm G oder Dm- F G)
  25. YT   Time After Time (Cyndi Lauper) Dm C 8x F G Em 3x ...