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Stephen Colbert, Michael Bublé carry out ‘Barrett’s Privateers’ on ‘The Late Present’

Stephen Colbert, Michael Bublé carry out ‘Barrett’s Privateers’ on ‘The Late Present’

The yr was 2022, and singer Michael Bublé might have wished he received a refresher on the lyrics of Barrett’s Privateers earlier than showing on The Late Present with Stephen Colbert Wednesday night time.

At one level throughout the speak present, Colbert famous that sea shanties have made a comeback during the last yr or so.

“Individuals have been singing sea shanties on TikTok and stuff like that, and I really like a great sea shanty,” he stated. “I used to be means forward on this one.”

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He requested Bublé, who’s Canadian and as soon as labored as a fisherman, if he knew the foot-stomping Stan Rogers traditional about Canadian pirates.

“Arr, me matey. Sure, I believe so,” stated Bublé.

Colbert then requested him to leap in and sing it with him, which he did, becoming a member of in on the second line: “How I want I used to be in Sherbrooke now!”

Although he stumbled over a few of the lyrics, Bublé participated enthusiastically within the rendition of Barrett’s Privateers, even incorporating some harmonies into the second verse.

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Being from the West Coast, Bublé might be forgiven for not understanding all of the phrases.

Though the late Rogers, who wrote the track, hailed from Ontario, the tune has change into considerably of an unofficial Atlantic Canadian anthem — seemingly on account of its seafaring theme, and the road about being “a damaged man on a Halifax pier.”

It’s not unusual to listen to the track sung by crowds at bars, universities, and occasions across the area, with various ranges of success at maintaining the rhythm.

In 2018, American musician Jack White sang the whole thing of Barrett’s Privateers throughout an encore at a live performance in Halifax.

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