How to Format Lyrics:Type out all lyrics, even if it’s a chorus that’s repeated throughout the songThe Section Header button breaks up song sections. Highlight the text then click the linkUse Bold and Italics only to distinguish between different singers in the same verse.E.g. “Verse 1: Kanye West, Jay-Z, Both”Capitalize each lineTo move an annotation to different lyrics in the song, use the <...> menu to switch to referent editing modeThere once was a man named Gold Roger, who was King of the PiratesHe had fame, power, and wealth beyond your wildest dreamsBefore they hung him from the gallows, these were the final words he said:"My fortune is yours for the taking, but you'll have to find it firstI left everything I own in One Piece..."Ever since, pirates from all over the world set sail for the Grand Line, searching for One Piece;The treasure that would make their dreams come true!YO!Ya-yo, ya-yo!Dreamin'! Don't give it up, Luffy!Dreamin'! Don't give it up, Zolo!Dreamin'! Don't give it up, Nami!Dreamin'!Don't give it, give it up, give it up, give it upGive it up, give it up, give it up, give it UP!
Here's how the story goes, we find out'bout a treasure in the Grand Line, there's no doubtThe pirate whose eye is on it, he'll singI'll be King of the Pirates, I'm gonna be King!Ya-yo, ya-yo, ya-yo... oh-ho...
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His name is Luffy!(That's Monkey D. Luffy!)Gonna be king of the pirates!He's made of rubber!(How did that happen?)Yo-ho-ho, he took a bite of Gum Gum!Ya-yo, ya-yo...His name's Zolo, he's just like a samuraiAnd a L-A-D-Y, Nami's not shyUsopp's doin' that marksman thingSanji's cookin', Chopper's doctoring!
Ya-yo, ya-yo, ya-yo, oh-ho...Set sail for One Piece!It's the name of the treasureIn the Grand Line!Ya-yo, ya-yo...Set sail for One Piece!
The “One Piece Rap,” officially titled “One Piece Theme” and sometimes referred to as the “Gum-Gum Rap” or the “Pirate Rap” was the opening theme used in the 4Kids Entertainment dub of One Piece. It was rapped by Shawn Conrad – better known by his stage name Freshco – with singing parts by Russell Velàsquez.
Despite releasing an English version of “We Are!” in early promotional material, 4Kids decided to use this theme in all episodes of their English dub. It was mostly accompanied by visuals from the first and second Japanese openings, mixed in with footage from the anime itself.
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