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Favourite chants; What were the most memorable chants you've heard over the years
Topic Started: 27 Jan 2013, 10:04 PM (21,409 Views)
thetrurolion
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Just to try to cheer ourselves up and wallow in nostalgia . What have been your favourite chants over the years ?

For me, loved the following over the decades:
70s. Harry hood song. Jimmy, jimmy jimmy jimmy Johnstone on the wing. Alfie conn-used to be a hun and ohhhhh Alfie Alfie!
80s tommy twists, tommy turns, Charlie, Charlie ( and Grieg must stay!)
90s George cadete putting the ball in the nettie!
2000s. Henrik kok

Also liked the celtic chant to hey Jude .

Appreciated some other teams. Eg Leeds song for Thomas brolin- to the tune of rawhide! And newcastles for ketsbaia to kumbaya.

Any that still stick in the mind?
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I'd rather be a Gypsie than a hun to their chant about Petrov.
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The ones about mrs mols
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thetrurolion
27 Jan 2013, 10:04 PM
Just to try to cheer ourselves up and wallow in nostalgia . What have been your favourite chants over the years ?

90s George cadete putting the ball in the nettie!
Funny enough, when I read the title of your thread, that was the very chant that came into my head. :lol:
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Non celtic - spurs fans to the tune of Lola

"We've got the worlds most fanatical fans and we've got les Ferdinand and Ginola "
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Takes a lot to beat Henrik Larsson is the King of Kings.
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'Champions of Europe!!!'

Always liked that one.
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There's only two Andy Gorams!
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Fergies wife's got foot n mouth!
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To the tune of Daisy


Oh Bobby Lennox give us a goal or two
wer'e all crazy over the celts and you
and when you were in your glory
your better than Jimmy McGrory
a Murdo pass along the grass
and we know that your through for 2

The one about walking down London road singing a song. (Really took off when we played Copenhagan at Parkhead around 72)with a na na na na na na na.

The Harry Hood song of course

When we score a barra load down the Copland road we'll be there. (song dedicated to the quality street kids when we put over twenty goals past them in three reserve games in 71 or thereabouts)

circa 1980s we're gonnay win, we're gonnay win the league we're gonnay................. repeated continuously for about twenty minutes en route to Burnley, Highbury, Montrose and various other salubrious venues.

I'd rather wear a turban than a..................oh. Let's not go there. 1960s pre poltically aware era.

Colin Stein song

The Holy Ground once more. when everyone shouted Fine girl you are at the end of each chorus.
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Go home ya huns,go home.A wee fav of mine,and to be fair when we sing it they usually are going home.
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For a beautiful week in the original PLG era when the huns were in fifth place,

"By the Hearts, the Hibs and the Kilmarnock,
We shall not be moved..."

was just peachy.
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die die die die ya huns.
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behan
28 Jan 2013, 01:06 AM
For a beautiful week in the original PLG era when the huns were in fifth place,

"By the Hearts, the Hibs and the Kilmarnock,
We shall not be moved..."

was just peachy.
I personally liked the

'Paul le Guen's gonna get the sack
we've won the league before the clocks went back'

to the tune of Ring of Fire.
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Loved the Jimmy Johnstone chant at the 2006 LCF, but my favourite has to be "When the balls in the net, and it's not Jorge Cadete, it's Di Canio."
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Nakamura ate your quad
In response to the huns' culturally and geographically erroneous "Nakamura at my dog"
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hoophoophooray
28 Jan 2013, 03:15 AM
Nakamura ate your quad
In response to the huns' culturally and geographically erroneous "Nakamura at my dog"
Quadrangle?
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quinn1888
28 Jan 2013, 03:20 AM
hoophoophooray
28 Jan 2013, 03:15 AM
Nakamura ate your quad
In response to the huns' culturally and geographically erroneous "Nakamura at my dog"
Quadrangle?
:lolhuns:
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