All hands on deck
Meanings of "All hands on deck"
everyone must work together because they have a lot of work to do
In it's command form, it means all available seamen to the top deck and to their duty stations or for orders from the captain or the mates. An able-bodied seaman is called 'a hand'. Cooks or other personnel not skilled in seaman's work report to their duty stations usually below deck to prepare for support. If it's for a work detail like holy-stoning or trimming the sails then work below decks is maintained. There are usually three shifts on ship. Because of personnel numbers available those in rest cycles may have to 'turn out' when this order is given. After the work is done they return to their normal work stations, and cycles. This is different than 'General Quarters/General Alarm', that is an imminent emergency. Old sailing jargon used "All Hands On Deck" as the alarm too.
όλοι πρέπει να δουλέψουν μαζί
Todos tienen que trabajar juntos porque hay mucho que hacer
लिरिक्स में "All hands on deck"
but from living in the sea he learned not to give up;
it will end that he’ll crash into that horizon, if there isn’t a land,
he shouts: “All hands on deck, mates, you must trust me!"
Although that glassy sunset doesn’t seem to break,
'Bout to turn it up to eleven (Brace yourself, brace yourself)
Captain to the Seaman (Here come the gails, mind the sails, mind the sails)
Assume crash positions (All hands on, all hands on deck)
Toss the extras over (Women and children, women and children first)