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Sea song or sea-song may refer to:
- a sea song is a sailor's song — when expressly working songs, they are often sea shanties (a shipboard song-type which flourished in the Age of Sail's 19th century to the 20th century's first half). — As OED defined.
- Sea Songs, an arrangement by Ralph Vaughan Williams
- "Sea Song", by Doves from their album Lost Souls, 2000
- "Sea Song", by Faraquet from their album The View from this Tower, 2000
- "Sea Song", by Lisa Hannigan from her album Sea Sew, 2008
- "Sea Song", by Robert Wyatt from his album Rock Bottom, 1974; and which was covered by Tears for Fears on their album Songs from the Big Chair (Super Deluxe Edition), 1985
- Fantasia on British Sea Songs, a classical composition by Sir Henry Wood
- Sea Songs for Landlocked Sailors, an EP by the rock band Tarkio
- Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs, and Chanteys, a compilation album
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