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NOW we are starting to get there with a good suggestion from Designer and agreement we need a song . Any others agree ? . I like the song , a great message and easy to sing .

Never been tried before to my knowledge .

What a wonderful world by Lou Armstrong is great .

 

 

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We could always park this conversation until next year so we can sing We Are The Champions followed by Simply The Best. 

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I digress, but why haven’t we adopted this as our pre-match anthem? 90k at the G whistling as one would be spine tingly-dingly for sure! 

 

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Very funny Colin and apt for the last 50 years not the future . Perhaps our second song . Saw a post saying they only sing one song at a game . Grand Old Flag if we win . I also sing it before a game and love to follow with the national anthem at a blockbuster . Singing is good for you . I have a terrible singing voice .

 

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“what a strange Person…”

”Is there someone else up there we can talk to…?”

”no, now go away or i shall taunt you a second time….”

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Didn't read the start of the thread so no doubt i've missed the point but what's wrong with Grand Old Flag. It's a superb theme song imho. Can''t wait to belt it out when we finally secure that drought breaking flag.

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The Grand Old Flag is my favourite song and this year we have had lots of fun singing it and in the Better Days Ahead .We need another song . Please read the beginning BDA . As a Master Demon I am interested in what you think .

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18 hours ago, whatwhat say what said:

or andy from the fauves

Is Andy also a demons fan?

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42 minutes ago, Queanbeyan Demon said:

(Don’t Fear) The Reaper - Blue Öyster Cult.

Pretty much sums up my relationship with the Deez. 

(Complete with cow bell.)

More Cowbell….

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A recent survey on Demonland revealed that MFC supporters want ANOTHER song to sing at home games during the warm up . There were 4 main contenders .

1. Raw Hide - good for the old Demon team .

2.. Lean On Me - good for the old Demons .

3. Always Look On the Bright Side Of Life - good for good whistlers .

The stand out choice was " You Will Never Walk Alone " . Soccer supporters had trouble at first with this choice . After hearing it was from a Hemmerstein / Rogers musical they accepted that saying it was a Liverpool's song is like saying I Dreamed A Dream is Susan Boyles song .

A group of supporters are going to sing the song near the Punt Rd goals during the warm up .The song is dedicated to the MFC and Mental Health .

Please donate to Movember and the Danny Frawley Centre .       

https://au.movember.com/spud

All spectators are invited to sing for a good cause . Wait for 1,2,3 to start .

When you are part of the MFC you will never walk alone !

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I can't think of anything worse than a prematch song, other than using the new LED lights like strobe lights after a goal, or the bombers air raid siren....

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It's a great cause but quite frankly I think Port's use of the INXS song is a bit pathetic and yes I have been there and seen it live.  You'll Never Walk Alone is owned by Liverpool FC no matter what you say about its R&H origins and it just feels all wrong to me to try to appropriate it.  Sorry but I'm not a buyer.

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18 minutes ago, Craig Hutchinson said:

A recent survey on Demonland revealed that MFC supporters want ANOTHER song

What "survey"?  I think most of us aren't even vaguely interested in the concept.

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On 5/8/2021 at 8:21 AM, Sir Why You Little said:

This thread is very strange. Similar to the video put up on the Club Website of LJ and Trent Rivers stealing Alan Richardson’s Jaguar. 
 

very strange

I agree with your post.

Nobody told me there would be days like this.

These Strange days indeed. How peculiar. NOBODY TOLD ME

 

 

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On 5/8/2021 at 11:01 AM, pinkshark said:

we have one.  hells bells.  

 I'm rolling thunder, pouring rain
I'm coming on like a hurricane
My lightning's flashing across the sky
You're only young, but you're gonna die
I won't take no prisoners, won't spare no lives
Nobody's putting up a fight
I got my bell, I'm gonna take you to hell
I'm gonna get ya, Satan get ya

 

The mighty Reds put the Gerry & The Pacemakers song to bed decades ago and it's their's to walk alone.  Done and dusted.

If there was ever a song for the mighty Demons a la that gawd awful rubbish from Port pre-Match then Hells Bells is it.

I pushed for this years ago but on reflection this should only be dragged out and celebrated when we win a Premiership Cup as part of the post match celebrations.  And only by the real Acca Dacca if they're still going at that point....or a band with Angus in it at the very least!

After that maybe as a pre-match thingy but there's NO need to sing the entire song as mooted by the OP...

All that's needed is a chant at the start similar to the crowd here at River Plate...then joining in with the "Hells Bells" at each chorus.  Easy-peasy fellow minions.

The Demons and Hell's Bells are meant for each other (but not till we win the bloody cup!)...

 

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