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Old Cape Horners have been unable to suggest the meaning of the refrain. Stan Hugill, in his excellent Shanties from the Seven Seas quotes a fragment that may be relevant:. Ho Molly, come down Come down with your pretty posy Come down with your cheeks so rosy Ho Molly, come down. Lloyd sleeve notes:.
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For a halyard shanty this one is unusually well evolved. Stan Hugill thinks it probably started life early in the nineteenth century. I'd have thought later, by its shape. Its first mention in print is Lloyd himself in the film Moby Dick and later in his recordings. There seems to be no evidence of this line in any published document prior to ; e.