was a bold fisherman who sailed out from Pimlico
To slew the wild codfish and the bold mackerel
When he got to Pimlico, the stormy winds begin to blow
His little boat went wibble, wobble, overboard went he
twinkle doodle dum, twinkle doodle dum
It was a highly interesting
song he sung
Twinkle doodle dum, twinkle doodle dum
Sang the bold fisherman
and squiggled in the water, so briny-o
He yellowed and bellowed for help, but in vain
Downward he did gently glide to the bottom of the silvery tide
But previously to this he'd cried: "Fare the well Mary Jane."
His ghost walked
at midnight by the bedside of his Mary Jane
When he told her how dead he was, said she"I'll go mad."
"If my love he is so dead" said she, "No joy on earth
can ever be"
"And I never more will happy be." - she went raving mad.
Sung by Humphrey
Bogart, deadpan, in "The African Queen