"Yo Ho (A Pirate's Life for Me)" is a song from the Disney theme park ride Pirates of the Caribbean. It is sung by the titular pirates of the ride, who sing about what they do as pirates and why the like such a life.
It was originally performed by a chorus as the pirates.
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