Good songs to write papers about football
Could be worse, but could be better too. In a Milan bar before a Champions League game, supporters of the Belgian side heard Seven Nation Army and enjoyed the signature riff as much as its composer had two years previously.
Football chant songs
Out of Obviously better than most of the songs with vocals from players, but these guys are professional musicians so what did you expect. The following year, Brugge hosted Roma in the Uefa Cup. Leicester use the song in praise of their star midfielder - "Here's to you, Danny Drinkwater, Leicester loves you more than you will know" - but it's a terrace classic, used by many other clubs in similar ways. Gutted for you. The Wonder of You is closely associated with Port Vale. Add Joy Division He looks like a man who vetoed this release, only for the club to go over his head. Starting to think that Zaire defending was deliberate trolling in response to this monstrosity. Then Uefa gave it their seal of approval, the football equivalent of that time David Cameron announced he likes The Smiths. We enjoy watching you read your creations on YouTube. That, but for your ears. Could have been so much more.
Just Can't Get Enough by Depeche Mode Palace fans picking up on Glad All Over so soon after it was released is unusual; normally it takes years for a melody to become a fan favourite. Some generated content parodies existing styles and artists, whilst others are based on original structures.
Add Joy Division I guess they had to put that extra bit of effort in for a World Cup campaign. Chelsea — Blue Tomorrow The concept of big chorus and sort-of key change amid club-specific lyrics is good, but the song?
Sorry, that was too easy. Yeah, the Eurovision guy.
Essay about song
Then, in , the squad covered Glad All Over in the run up to the FA Cup final, which they lost to Manchester United in a reply, having drawn after extra time in the initial leg. After it proved popular, we expanded to include plots, and the project grew from there. Scotland National Team and Rod Stewart — Purple Heather Not many countries have a legitimately good singer to take the pressure off when it comes to tournament songs. Could be worse, but could be better too. Ella Fitzgerald , Elvis and Rod Stewart have covered it too, and since about or it's become Man City's official anthem, although it was first used by Crewe Alexandra. There is at least the hint of the occasional player hitting a note, which elevates it above the flat embarrassment of other songs of the genre. This is not included in that description. Kevin Keegan — Head Over Heels in Love If you came into this blind, you could be forgiven for thinking Keegan was a professional singer and not a footballer. Some generated content parodies existing styles and artists, whilst others are based on original structures. Yeah, in retrospect that seems obvious. Obviously, within the context of everything else on this list, that puts it towards the top. Can't Help Falling in Love, the song he recorded for the film Blue Hawaii, is their anthem and there's plenty of incredible footage on YouTube of Sunderland fans really belting it out.
Unfortunately the lyrics and scansion are an absolute mess, even more than usual for late-era Manics. Especially in modern times.
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