Love this too - felt fantastic when I finally mastered this song and thought of it as a badge of honour when I just belted out the words -esp in a Manc Landlord pub after Owen had helped scupper them winning the title in 1998 and he wasn't amused lol100% Poor Scouser Tommy,for me the greatest football song (apart from YNWA) ever,deffo not sang enough.
Spine tingling - it just takes you there. Brilliant. Brilliant. Just as part of the fabric of our club like worshipping our legendary managers, like Shankly, Paisley and Klopp.Haven't heard this one in a while,
shame, as its a classic........
she loves you yeah, yeah, yeah....
Poor Scouser Tommy.
When you get a group together who know all the words it is a great song. Sometimes it is tough to get through the whole thing in Anfield though as just not enough people know it start to finish.
It’s neck and neck with Allez Allez but I think your vote has pushed it ahead. Scouser Tommy trailing by a mile which is a surprise.I'm a stickler for the classics so I have had to go for the fields of Anfield road. It's a great song to singalong, easy to learn as well.
Haha, I sing a Mane song with the supports club out here in the states, it's basically just Sa sa Sadio to the tune of Sussudio. It has not caught on. I quite enjoy it though. I know it's dumb but I find it amusing.That Irish bloke on YouTube made up a great catchy Mané song and got a wall of abuse for doing so. A really interesting insight into how songs evolve and become accepted. If it had just appeared on the kop one day I suspect it would be in the poll above by now. There’s a great phd to be written about football songs and the creative process behind them.
Hopefully that makes its way over here at some point. Probably needs some UK fans to go on a pre season tour.Haha, I sing a Mane song with the supports club out here in the states, it's basically just Sa sa Sadio to the tune of Sussudio. It has not caught on. I quite enjoy it though. I know it's dumb but I find it amusing.
Can someone write down a complete list with all current chants (not the player specific ones).
No votes for the Suarez or Garcia song. Maybe your sentiment is widely shared.Fields of Anfield Road, closely followed by Poor Scouser Tommy.
Personally think that player chants should be shelved when the player leaves or departs, which includes the Gerrard song, Luis Garcia, the Torres bounce (the best player song we've had) and any others.