"If you wish to listen, let the men tie you in the lugger..."
Circe is warning Odysseus about the Sirens, and how he and his men will die by listening to the luring Siren's song. She suggest that the men should put wax in their ears to prevent them from listening to the Sirens. (Homer 1130)
Circe said, "If you wish to listen , let the men tie you in the lugger, hand and foot, back to the mast, lashed to the mast, so you may hear those thrilling voices; shout as you will begging to be united, your crew must only twist more line around you and keep their stroke up, till the singers fade." (Homer 1130)
Odysseus had is men tie him to the mass of the boat. And everyone else rest put wax in their ears. Now they were ready to set sail. (Homer 1134)
The men rowed off. (Homer 1134)
The arrive by the Sirens. "The lovely voices in ardor appealing over the water made me crave to listen, and I tried to say 'Untie me!' to the crew, jerking my brows; but they bent steady to the oars." (Homer 1134)
Their plan worked and all the men made it safely passed the Sirens! "So all rowed on, until the Sirens dropped under the sea rim, and their singing dwindled away." (Homer 1134)