Big Sam starts a job at the plant cutting seal fat. Tiring of that he starts skinning pelts. He has enough of that and works emptying a long boat until he's had enough of that. He decides at the end that "I'll work here no more, the work is too fast"
Big Sam Partial text(s) *** A *** From MacEdward Leach, Folk Ballads & Songs of the Lower Labrador Coast, #72, pp. 190-1911. "Sung by Albert Dumaresque, Lance au Clair, August 1960." If you listen to me I will sing you a song; It's about a young man and his name is Sammy; I guess you all know that he's not overgrown; He's got lots of gab and he lives in the cove. (8 additional stanzas)