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Beckett organized a search for the mythical island of Kerma, hoping to find its legendary treasure. However, the quest for Kerma didn’t succeed because he was betrayed by Captain Jack Sparrow, the man he trusted enough to place him in charge of his own ship, the merchantman Wicked Wench. Not only Sparrow didn’t bring him the bearings of Kerma, but he also liberated a cargo of slaves which Beckett’s patron Lord Penwallow needed for his plantation in the Bahamas. Since Sparrow’s act ruined his chance to join the British nobility, Beckett ordered his men to burn the Wench and personally branded Sparrow as a pirate.

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Actor Geoffrey Rush attends the premiere of Walt Disney’s ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End’ held at Disneyland on May 19, 2007 in Anaheim, California. Proceeds from the world premiere of Walt Disney’s 'Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End’ will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of America and Make-A-Wish International. 

Yo ho.
Haul together.
Hoist the colors high.
Heave ho.
Thieves and beggers.
Never shall we die.

The king and his men,
Stole the queen from her bed,
And bound her in her bones.
The sea’s ours,
And by the powers,
Where we will,
We’ll roam.

Yo ho.
Haul together.
Hoist the colors high.
Heave ho.
Thieves and beggers.
Never shall we die.

Some men have died,
And some are still alive,
And others sail on the sea.
With the keys to the cage,
And the Devil to pay,
We lay to Fiddler’s Green.

Yo ho.
Haul together.
Hoist the colors high.
Heave ho.
Thieves and beggers.
Never shall we die.

The bell has been raised,
From it’s watery grave,
Do you hear is sepulchral tone?
We are a call to all,
Pay heed the squall,
And turn your sails toward home.

Yo ho.
Haul together.
Hoist the colors high.
Heave ho.
Thieves and beggers.
Never shall we die.