Hi! I'm translating into Spanish a chapter of a book about sailors, pirates, ships, and stuff, and I came across the following paragraph: I begin banging on the keyboard, pandering to the Captain by starting with a quote from an old traditional Irish sailor’s song “The Sea Rover”, one ofthe Captain’s favorites when maudlin and drunk: "I am anold sea rover and the blood through my veins is fresh and salty asthe sea..." (where the Captain is a "bulbous German" who is at the head of a cargo carrier). Rover seems to be a tricky word, and I'm pretty unsure about how to translate the tittle of that song. My first try was: "El Marinero Errante", but then I found out that Rover could also be "pirate", so maybe "El Viejo Pirata" could work better. Although it is not literal from the English version, I think it sounds more like a song tittle. Any ideas? Thanks!