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Event – storm

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Storm on the SeaStorm on the Sea'This ain't what we calls rough''This ain't what we calls rough'The beach here was strewn with wreckageThe beach here was strewn with wreckageIn hail of the VesselIn hail of the VesselI stretched out my handI stretched out my handThere was News of a WreckThere was News of a WreckThere was News of a WreckHe stood like a Man at the RudderHe stood like a Man at the RudderHe stood like a Man at the RudderBut Father and Sons were fighting DeathBut Father and Sons were fighting DeathInto the Sea they went!Into the Sea they went!'Come back!' said the three strong Soldiers'Come back!' said the three strong SoldiersThey caught and saved a Brother aliveThey caught and saved a Brother aliveThey caught and saved a Brother aliveHer crew fast freezing in the riggingAll hands man the life-boatOur Gallant Storm WarriorsLaunching the Life-boatTo the help of the helplessA terrible nightBattling with the seaPerils of our Life-boat crewsThe Volunteer Life Brigade at workFiring a rocketA mighty storm swept by; the rain fell in torrentsThe angry storm -- seeking for the lightsThe Lifeboat to the RescueThe stormy seaSeveral storms had to be encounteredSeveral storms had to be encounteredIntro. with titleFierce raged the tempest o'er the deepSave, Lord. we perish was their cryPilot of vessel storm-toss'd in the nightBut there's many a slip 'twixt cup and lip / A storm burst over the homeward ship'Then our shivered mast went crashing by the board'Thou with trembling hands he leashed me to a plankFor the cruel wave that bore me back to lifeThe boat was launched in safety'Man the lifeboat.' The RescueIntro. with TitleThe beach here was strewn with wreckageWe launched the boat in the tempest, though death was the goal in viewWe rowed for the spot, and shouted, for all around was darkI stretched out my hand to seize it. I dragged it aboard, and thenDeeper and deeper he drank of the fiery liquidThe rough wind howled round the desolate lighthouseStorm at SeaThe Men Who Man Our LifeboatsReturn to ShoreThe Storm at SeaSteamer in Bay of Biscay, StormStorm in the AtlanticStorm in MediterraneanStorm at EastbourneA Stormy Sea[Sailing ship and storm at sea][Storm and lightning][Ship and storm]The Pilgrims in the Storm[Ship wrecked in storm at sea]Peace[[storm at the beach]][View of Ilfracombe harbour in storm][Sailing ships in stormy weather off Ilfracombe]Sortie of defenders during heavy stormChrist Asleep During The Storm[Lake in storm with avalanche]Eddystone Lighthouse -- StormStorm Wave Breaking on CoastStorm SceneStorm in DouglasStorm at Derby Castle
Lucerna ID 9000684

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 22 May 2020

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