Here we have Bill and Dick at Coney Island on their 1914 cross country adventure. You can see Bill in the earlier post "Bill and Dick's Excellent Adventure" in Washington D.C.
Now, it's time for a sing-a-long. Pitch pipe please. Does everybody know the tune? Okay, sing along.
In the sea, in the sea,To our knees in the sea.You and I, you and I,Barely wet we will be.When those waves come a rollin' inWe will sink or swimAnd if we are luckyFind a honey.Over and overWe'll try every day.By the end of the weekOnce again on our way.I love to be inside the sea,Beside the sea,Beside the seaside,By the beautiful sea.
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With apologies to Harold Atteridge and Harry Carroll who composed the original By the Beautiful Sea in 1914 for the musical "For Me and My Gal".