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Going forward Odysseus and his men placed candle wax in their ears , so they could go through safely without the temptation of the sirens.
I need to put candle wax on your ears and then you can tie me up so we can go through safely!
As soon as they got there two sirens were swimming on their way, so Odysseus and his men prepared for the siren's singing.
This way or turn your bows, Achaea's glory, all the world allows, Moor and be merry...
The sirens got ready and started to sing for the men in the ship.
Sweet coupled airs we sing. No lonely seafarer, holds clear of entering our green mirror.
Men, untie me! please I can't resist myself
While the sirens were singing Odysseus was having a hard time to the point that he wanted to be untied by his men.
Pleased by each purling note like honey twining from her throat, who lies a-pining?
I want to hear them, untie me, untie me!
But his men didn't listen to him because they were steady to the oars.
Sea rovers here take joy voyaging onward, as from our song of Troy Graybeard and rower-boy Goeth more learnèd.
Untie me! don't just stand steady to the oars! I want to hear the sirens
Odysseus couldn't resist to not hear the sirens because he felt intrigued on how they sound.