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"This Black Spot" from Treasure Island; THE Musical - Long John's Silver's Song

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Long John suggests to his pirate crew that they follow Jim and his friend. But Jim leads them astray to where the treasure used
to be and is no longer. Angry for leading them to an
empty hole in the ground, Long John's crew depose him
with The Black Spot:

FACT : Late studies have shown that there are parts of the ear lobe that are connected to the eye's Retina, and piercing it CAN in fact effect your vision. This is why we chose the EARRING as a symbol of hope to bring you out of a dark place. When Long John left Jim as a 2 year old boy, he gave him his earring to hold onto until he returned home. That's what creates a turnaround point for Long John when he realizes Jim is his son.
COPYRIGHT INFO : This video is from a Musical Play version adapted from Robert Louis Stevenson's Novel, "Treasure Island" (now Public Domain). -Original script written by : J. Woollen (2005)
-All Original Music written by : J. Woollen (2005)

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