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  1. 01 Sep '07 18:38
    You'll Never Walk Alone..football wise 1st sang at memorial for Busby Babes
  2. 01 Sep '07 20:46
    'Greasy Chip Buttie'.... first sang mid/late 80's.
    Voted 2nd best ever terrace song by WSC a few years ago.... YNWA was 1st!
  3. 01 Sep '07 20:56
    remember stretford end allways used to sing wheres your handbag to Bobby Moore,After mexico 1970 it changed to wheres the bracelet followed by in your handbag in your handbag
  4. 01 Sep '07 21:04
    I like the fact that Grimsby fans sing "we only sing when we're fishing, sing when we're fiiiiiiiiiiiiishing'...

    Terrace banter/songs throws up some of the best humour doesn't it?
  5. 01 Sep '07 21:09
    Originally posted by blade68
    I like the fact that Grimsby fans sing "we only sing when we're fishing, sing when we're fiiiiiiiiiiiiishing'...

    Terrace banter/songs throws up some of the best humour doesn't it?
    lovin it
  6. 01 Sep '07 21:16
    We had a player a few years back called Adrian Littlejohn.... to the tune of 'Robin Hood' this has to be one of the best terrace songs ever?

    "Robin Hood left Sherwood, to come to Bramall Lane,
    Pleaded with Dave Basset, please give my boy a game,
    Dave Bassett said to the man in green,
    To be a Blade, you've got to play like Brian Deane.

    Robin Hood was no good, it was such a shame,
    Friar Tuck got kicked to f***, he couldn't play the game,
    All was not lost, Bassett got his man (WHO?),
    Littlejohn, Littlejohn, Littlejohn.

    Littlejohn, Littlejohn running down the wing,
    Littlejohn, Littlejohn, fastest thing we've seen,
    He's black as coal, he'll score a goal,
    Littlejohn, Littlejohn, Littlejohn..."

    Classic.
  7. 01 Sep '07 21:35 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by blade68
    We had a player a few years back called Adrian Littlejohn.... to the tune of 'Robin Hood' this has to be one of the best terrace songs ever?

    "Robin Hood left Sherwood, to come to Bramall Lane,
    Pleaded with Dave Basset, please give my boy a game,
    Dave Bassett said to the man in green,
    To be a Blade, you've got to play like Brian Deane.

    Robin Hood was black as coal, he'll score a goal,
    Littlejohn, Littlejohn, Littlejohn..."

    Classic.
    DDD .. : : :
  8. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    02 Sep '07 00:11
    My brother is a big Patriots fan (so am I, but I like Red Sox baseball a LOT more.)

    Anyway, Miami Dolphins have a song that goes something like this: (I make up most of the words cuz I really don't know the song, but it pisses him off)

    Miami Dolphins!
    They're number one!
    Miami Dolphins!
    Having so much fun!
    Miami Dolphins!
    They're number one!
    Miami Dolphins!
    Playing in the sun!

    Lulz
  9. Subscriber SmookieP
    Lead, Follow, or..
    02 Sep '07 03:30
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    My brother is a big Patriots fan (so am I, but I like Red Sox baseball a LOT more.)

    Anyway, Miami Dolphins have a song that goes something like this: (I make up most of the words cuz I really don't know the song, but it pisses him off)

    Miami Dolphins!
    They're number one!
    Miami Dolphins!
    Having so much fun!
    Miami Dolphins!
    They're number one!
    Miami Dolphins!
    Playing in the sun!

    Lulz
    I've been a lifetime Dolphins fan, and nothing we sing or even chant is close to what you're saying.. the song that's not used much anymore, mostly from the 70's goes like this:

    Miami has the Dolphins, the greatest football team
    We take the ball from goal to goal, like no one's ever seen
    We're in the air, we're on the ground, we're always in control
    And when you say Miami, you're talking Superbowl...


    I like the "Hail to the Redskins" song better.
  10. 02 Sep '07 06:48
    Originally posted by SmookieP
    I've been a lifetime Dolphins fan, and nothing we sing or even chant is close to what you're saying.. the song that's not used much anymore, mostly from the 70's goes like this:

    Miami has the Dolphins, the greatest football team
    We take the ball from goal to goal, like no one's ever seen
    We're in the air, we're on the ground, we're always in control
    A ...[text shortened]... iami, you're talking Superbowl...


    I like the "Hail to the Redskins" song better.
    Do you have the cheerleaders giving it large at the same time?
  11. 02 Sep '07 06:58
    Originally posted by smartrrrrs
    Do you have the cheerleaders giving it large at the same time?
    Are the Simpsons real?
  12. Standard member Amaurote
    No Name Maddox
    02 Sep '07 09:27 / 2 edits
    In dialect form:

    Ah went to Blaydon Races, 'twas on the ninth of June,
    Eiteen hundred an' sixty-two, on a summer's efternoon;
    Aw tyuk the 'bus frae Balmbra's, an' she wis heavy laden,
    Away we went alang Collingwood Street, that's on the road to Blaydon.

    Oh! me lads, ye shud a' seen us gannin,
    Passin' the folks upon the road just as they were stannin.
    Thor wis lots o' lads and lasses there, all wi smiling faces
    Gannin alang the Scotswood Road to see the Blaydon Races.

    We flew past Airmstrang's factory, and up to the "Robin Adair",
    Just gannin' doon te the railway bridge, the 'bus wheel flew off there.
    The lasses lost their crinolines off, an' the veils that hide their faces,
    An' aw got two black eyes an' a broken nose in gan te Blaydon Races.

    When we gat the wheel put on away we went agyen,
    But them that had their noses broke they cam back ower hyem;
    Sum went to the Dispensary an' uthers to Doctor Gibbs,
    An' sum sought out the Infirmary to mend their broken ribs.


    Noo when we gat to Paradise thor wes bonny gam begun;
    Thor was fower-an-twenty on the 'bus, man, hoo they danced an' sung;
    They called on me to sing a sang, aw sung them "Paddy Fagan",
    Aw danced a jig an' swung my twig that day aw went to Blaydon.

    -------

    50,000 Geordies singing about crinoline skirts is a pretty surreal sight at the best of times.
  13. 02 Sep '07 09:33
    Originally posted by SmookieP
    I've been a lifetime Dolphins fan, and nothing we sing or even chant is close to what you're saying.. the song that's not used much anymore, mostly from the 70's goes like this:

    Miami has the Dolphins, the greatest football team
    We take the ball from goal to goal, like no one's ever seen
    We're in the air, we're on the ground, we're always in control
    A ...[text shortened]... iami, you're talking Superbowl...


    I like the "Hail to the Redskins" song better.
    I love watching American football, but guys.. your songs..SUCK...

    You cannt beat FOOTBALL (soccor) for proper songs and chants in the terraces..
  14. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    02 Sep '07 13:08 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by SmookieP
    I've been a lifetime Dolphins fan, and nothing we sing or even chant is close to what you're saying.. the song that's not used much anymore, mostly from the 70's goes like this:

    Miami has the Dolphins, the greatest football team
    We take the ball from goal to goal, like no one's ever seen
    We're in the air, we're on the ground, we're always in control
    A ...[text shortened]... iami, you're talking Superbowl...


    I like the "Hail to the Redskins" song better.
    Well, here's a little treat for YOU my fish-loving friend!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlMnfHqPefY

    They play it on my sports radio 790 the score in Providence.

    Like I said, I make most of it up because I don't know all the lyrics, but I'll learn them now so I can REALLY bust my brother's nuttz for you and me!!

    P-
  15. 08 Sep '07 22:56
    I remember when Alan Kelly first came to the Lane, performed well, and the chant was 'England's number 1 etc....' - a few months later the Republic of Ireland found out that his grandmothers milkman was originally from Cork and capped him, so the chant miraculously changed to 'Ireland's number 1' overnight!!!!

    Funny at the time, we were all laughing as we sang it!