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Favourite non Chelsea football chants


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Here is a few that have made me chuckle when I have heard them (or heard of them)

1. When the ball hits your head and you sit in row Z, thats Zamora.' (to tune of That's Amore)

2. 'Park Park, wherever you may be

You eat dogs in your home country

It could be worse, you could be Scouse

Eating rats in your council house'

(Man U fans to Park Ji Sung)

3. 'We're gonna deep-fry your pizzas!' (Scotland fans singing to Italian fans)

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Am I right in assuming that the Park Park song was sung to the tune of "The Lord of the Dance"?

How could it be sung to such a quick rhythm? You mean Lord of the Dance by Michael Flatley/Ronan Hardiman? (maybe I'm getting everything mixed up again :D )

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No Kerry, not that one. Long before Michael Flatley appropriated the title, Lord of the Dance was a hymn written in the early sixties. Here's a version of it sung by the Dubliners.

Ah thanks for clarification. I'm too young for the Sixties (I believe I'm even too young for Michael Flatley ... öh ... maybe I'm too old?!) so please do apologize for my non-existent knowledge ...

Hey thank you for the clip - but it's the same melody - so are the Dubliners the original composers or is it "traditional", like the "Wild Rover"?

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Mrs Wikipedia tells me this:

Lord of the Dance is a hymn with words written by Sydney Carter in 1963. He adapted the tune from the famous American Shaker dance song "Simple Gifts". The hymn is widely performed in the United Kingdom and the United States, and is often mistakenly thought to be a much older traditional hymn. On one occasion its author was informed it had been written in medieval times.

It follows the idea of traditional English carol, "Tomorrow shall be my dancing day" which tells the gospel story in the first person voice of Jesus of Nazareth. A comparison reveals this, but also shows Carter's liveliness and wry humour in his adaptation of the theme.

Verse 8 of "Tomorrow shall be my dancing day" is:

Before Pilate the Jews me brought,

Where Barabbas had deliverance;

They scourged me and set me at nought,

Judged me to die to lead the dance.

This verse is paraphrased in verse 3 of "Lord of the Dance":

I danced on the sabbath when I cured the lame,

The holy people said it was a shame;

They whipped and they stripped and they hung me high;

And they left me there on a cross to die.

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Mrs Wikipedia tells me this:

Vicky Pedia just knows everything :D

I danced on the sabbath when I cured the lame,

The holy people said it was a shame;

They whipped and they stripped and they hung me high;

And they left me there on a cross to die.

As I have been only knowing the Flatley/Hardiman-version till today, it's sounds unfamiliar to me but I like it! Thank you :D

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to return to the purpose of this thread:

"Cesc Fabregas you're the love of my life,

Oh Cesc Fabregas I'd let you sh*g my wife,

Oh Cesc Fabregas you're Arsenal through and through,

And you hate Man U."

But I don't know the tune!

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My own text for the famous losing Scouse - not a favourite, but for all those going to Anfield in January - bring the transparent (the trophy-free zone along with you again!) - maybe an alternative!

You'll never win the league

When you walk through the crowd

Hold your head straight down

And don't be afraid of the crowd

At the end of the year

You're still not on top

Of the league and you will never be

Hold on, take a breath,

Hold on, take a sigh,

Cause you know you've lost again

Hold on,

Hold on,

It's time to face the truth

And you'll never win the league

You'll never win the league

Hold on,

Hold on,

It's time to face the truth

And you'll never win the league

You'll never win the league.

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Newcastle - To the Happy Days theme tune:

Monday, Tuesday Habib Beye

Thursday, Friday Habib Beye

Saturday, Habib Beye playing all week for you......

Oldham fans.....

Gimme a T (response 'T')

Gimme an I (response 'I')

Gimme a T (response 'T')

Gimme an 'S' (response 'S')

What we gonna do with 'em

Oldham (clap clap clap)

Oldham (clap clap clap)

Oldham (clap clap clap)

Oldham (clap clap clap)

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Sung by the Bristol City fans to the tune of Santa Claus is coming to town after their manager threatened to display his rear in a shop window:

He got us up once

He'll get us up twice

He'll get his arse out

It's not very nice

Gary Johnson's coming to town

And one of a player from the past:

All things bright and beautiful

All creatures great and small

All things wise and wonderful

John Hartson ate them all

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Man City

Singing ay ay hippy Sun Jihai

Singing ay ay hippy Sun Jihai

Singing ay ay hippy

His dad's got a chippy

Singing ay ay hippy Sun Jihai

Preston fans to JFH

Fat Eddie Murphy

You're just a fat Eddie Murphy

Fat Eddie Murphy

You're just a fat Eddie Murphy

Various to Dennis Wise

Wise. Wise

Whatever have you done?

You've taken Leeds to division one

You won't win a cup

You won't win a shield

And your biggest game will be Huddersfield

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