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Football songs

Started on 15 May 2008 by limited_edition
Latest Reply on 17 May 2008 by _Man_u_barmy_army_
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What are the songs of various clubs that their supporters sing and which of them do you find best? I know that Liverpool's fans sing You'll never walk alone but I have no idea what do Aston Villa's or Tottenham's fans sing.
glory glory tottenham hotspurs.....

take me home united road...glory glory man united. we'll never die.

villa have a song, we are the pride of midlands.

but thats more or less a chant though.
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We Love You Arsenal, We Do.

Oh to, Oh to be, Oh to be a Gooner.
Forever blowing bubbles - West Ham
AtlanticSmack : We Love You Arsenal, We Do.

Oh to, Oh to be, Oh to be a Gooner.

those are chants.

he was asking for songs.
One day i asked my mother who shall i be should i be pooly or should i be darlo heres what see said to me. Wash ya mouth oh son and fetch ya fathers gun and shoot the pooly scum shoot, the pooly scum Darlo! (darlington f.c my local football team + favorite as well as united) We arew in the playoffs of league 2!
that's a crap song
its not when the whole stand is singing it + Hartlepool and darlos rivals. They found a monkey in world war 2 washed up on there beaches then they hung it because they thought it was a german
Bristol Rovers - Goodnight Irene

Irene goodnight, Irene goodnight,
Goodnight Irene, Goodnight Irene,
I'll see you in my dreams

(we mainly sing the chorus)

But this this is the best.
brizzles_finest : Bristol Rovers - Goodnight Irene

Irene goodnight, Irene goodnight,
Goodnight Irene, Goodnight Irene,
I'll see you in my dreams

(we mainly sing the chorus)

But this this is the best.

Interesting, it doesn't sound like something you would sing on a football match.
why do they sing that song brizzels?
_Man_u_barmy_army_ : why do they sing that song brizzels?

tbh knowone really knows but there are a couple of theories. Supposedly it became popular in the 1950s when a version of the song was in the British charts - the line "sometimes I have a great notion to jump in the river and drown" - seemed to be particularly apt when Rovers lost as the River Frome flows alongside the old Eastville ground.

The other theory is that it was sung at a fireworks display at the Stadium the night before a Home game against Plymouth Argyle in the fifties. During the game the following day, Rovers were winning quite comfortably and the few Argyle supporters present began to leave early prompting a chorus of "Goodnight Argyle" from the Rovers supporters - the tune stuck and "Irene" became the club song.
fair enough then wish i knew what half of the songs darlo sings come from

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