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ah it reminds me of my childhood...
lol @ steve bruce! :)
the correct answer is 'Hot Stuff' by the Arsenal 1998 double winning side.
no, i did not.
at this point in time i knew all their names and (i think) had that green/yellow shirt.
it was the height of my support.
it has to be the Anfield Rap.
'You two scousers are always yapping
I'm gonna show you some serious rappin
I come from Jamaica, my name is John Barn-es
When I do my thing the crowd go bananas'
But nobody seems to do FA Cup final songs anymore, it's sad really.
in 96 was better.
GO ROBBIE GO ROBBIE GO!
Leaning too heavily on John Barnes Rapping Again aside, possibly the greatest song of all time, never mind of football.
he rhymed Barnes with bananas. Only a true lyrical genius could do that
some brilliant rhymes. Rhyming 'hell' and 'Arse-nell' is an amazing piece of verbal dexterity. :D
Because that's the actual answer.
Other than that, it's clearly the Anfield Rap. Or the Spurs '87 FA Cup Song.
It's Unlucky for Spurs When Gary Mabbutt Scores a Hilarious Own Goal?
I am ordering the fuck out of that bad boy. What a game.
The Littlewoods Cup (remember when it was called that) final was my other favourite final from the 80s, Luton beating Arsenal. They just don't make finals like they used to.
we are the super Spurs
Everybody knows we're the football connisseurs
now number eight is comin' up
we're hot (pause) shot (pause) tottenham
remarkable. still, the correct answer is indeed the anfield rap. lyrics by craig johnston - was there no end to his talents?
the real correct answer is "we have a dream" by john gordon sumner and the '82 scotland squad. why, as a welshman, i was so keen on that song is anyone's guess
I think mine is better
Everybody should be listening to it in honour of Kevin Keegan.
That song is the only decent thing about that football club and everything within a 50 mile radius of it.
we're highland lads
och aye the noo
and there's four ae us
and only two of you
so if you want noo trouble
and you don't wan' a slap
you'd better teach us the anfield rap
...then some old rubbish with beardsley and molby. still, the menace hansen exudes in that bit knocks your 50 cent into a cocked hat.
And me the great Dane
And I'm from Lahnden mate
So what's your game
I love that bit about the north/south divide. Tackling political, cultural and sporting issues in one song - there's clearly no end to Barnes' lyrical talents
there's no man that can stand in our way
no one can move move move like the red tribe do
they just can't take the heat when we play
this never stops being funny.
are using The Footie Song in their Sky break bumper adverts with no apparent irony.
although the song from the year before which had Dennis Wise singing 'when we see the goal, we rock 'n' roll' was all kinds of bad.
is as close as i've ever come to hating suggs. which given 'night fever', madness: the musical and the norwich union adverts, is saying something.
It's jaunty enough, even if it is about and featuring cunts. If we're picking the bones of Suggs' solo career, Blue Day>>>>Cecilia
Weird that most of The Farm were RS, but they did a song for Everton. Mind you, RS probably would sell their grandmother for glue.
It's not an original film, but has some really quite odd stills attached to it.
mentioning the 1993 (secretely written by Heaven 17) classic 'If Its Wednesday It Must Be Wembley' by The Hillsborough Crew!
I feel like my life currently has some form of gaping void.
Manchester United One