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Les musiques et chants de taverne sont des oeuvres musicales jouées dans les tavernes des Bahamas, puis en Nouvelle-Angleterre. Contrairement aux bandes originales de Assassin's Creed III et de Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, elles n'ont pas été composées par Lorne Balfe et Brian Tyler, mais sont des adaptations de réels chants de leurs époques respectives, à l'instar des chants de pirates.


Âge d'or de la piraterie[]

Tavernes espagnoles[]


Tavernes britanniques[]

Here's a Health to the Company


Kind friends and companions, come join me in rhyme
Come lift up your voices in chorus with mine
Come lift up your voices, all grief to refrain
For we may or might never all meet here again

Here's a health to the company and one to my lass
Let us drink and be merry all out of one glass
Let us drink and be merry, all grief to refrain
For we may or might never all meet here again

Here's a health to the dear lass that I love so well
For her style and for her beauty, sure none can excel
There's a smile upon her countenance as she sits on my knee
There is no man in this wide world as happy as me


Our ship lies at anchor, she's ready to dock
I wish her safe landing without any shock
If ever I should meet you by land or by sea
I will always remember your kindness to me


Trooper and the Maid


A soldier lad came here last night
With riding he was weary
A soldier lad came here last night
And the moon was shining clearly

Bonnie lassie, will you gang with me
Bonnie lass, will ye lie near me
I'll get all your ribbons reel
In the morning ere I leave ye

She takes the trooper by the hand
And leads him to her chamber
She's given him some wine to drink
And his love it flared like tinder


They had not been in bed an hour
An hour but scarce a quarter
But the drums coming up the street
And then the beat was shorter

Its up, up, up, our colonel cried
It's up, up, up and away, then
It's up, up, up, our colonel cried
The morn's our battle day then


It's when will you come back again
My own dear soldier laddie
When will you come back again
And be your bairnie's daddy

Oh, hold your tongue my bonnie wee lass
Never let this parting grieve thee
When heather cows grow oxen bows
Bonnie lassie I'll come see ye


Star of the County Down


Near Banbridge town, in the County Down
One morning last July
Down a bóithrín green came a sweet colleen
And she smiled as she passed me by.
Oh she looked so sweet from her two bare feet
To the sheen of her nut brown hair
Such a coaxing elf, that i pinched myself
For to see i was standing there.

And from Bantry Bay up to Derry Quay
And from Galway to Dublin town
No maid I've seen like the sweet colleen
That I met in the County Down.

As she onward sped when i scratched my head
And I looked with a feeling rare
And I said, says I, to a passerby
"Who's that maid with the nut-brown hair?"
He smiled at me, and he said, says he,
"She's the gem of Ireland's crown.
She's young Rosie McCann from the banks of the Bann
She's the star of the County Down."


Well I've travelled a bit, but I've never been hit
Since my roving career began
But fair and square I surrendered there
To the charms of young Rose McCann
With a heart to let and no tenant yet
Did I meet with in shawl or gown
But in she went and I asked no rent
From the star of the County Down.



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