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The song you mentioned is based on I Want To Go Home by the Beach Boys but I don't know of any EFC song based on it.

The baby's not yours,

The baby's not you-ou-ours,

Steven Gerrard, the baby's not yours.

 

Would like to know what the Man U one is (we won it 6 times), assume it's re the Premiership and having a go at the RS who've never won it. Anyone know?

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The baby's not yours,

The baby's not you-ou-ours,

Steven Gerrard, the baby's not yours.

 

Would like to know what the Man U one is (we won it 6 times), assume it's re the Premiership and having a go at the RS who've never won it. Anyone know?

 

 

Fuckin knew there was another, trust me to miss that one I sang it for most of yesterday!!

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I've finnished reading Fowlers autobiography, he was a blue ya know ;) As was his dad through and through. Until it got to the point where his dad couldnt stand the amount of made up and abusive rumours about his son. He detests you lot now, and was one of you.

 

 

In for a week out for a month

In for a week out for a month

In for a week out for a month

Duncan is a tampon

 

 

 

Out of Europe, twice in a month

 

Out of Europe, twice in a month

 

Out of Europe, twice in a month

 

Moyesy is a genius!!!

 

 

 

 

Let me tell you the story of a poor boy,

Who was sent far away from his home,

To fight for his king and his country,

And also the old folks back home

 

 

So they put him in a highland division,

Sent him off to a far foreign land,

Where the flies swarm around in their thousands,

And there's nothing to see but the sand.

 

 

As the battle was starting next morning,

Under the radiant sun,

I remember that poor Scouser Tommy,

Who was shot by an old Nazi gun

 

 

As he lay on the battlefield dyin-dyin-dying,

With the blood gushing out of his head (out of his head)

As he lay on the battlefield dyin-dyin-dying,

These were the last words he said:

 

 

Oooh, I am a Liverpudlian,

I come from the Spion Kop,

I like to sing, I like to chant,

I go there quite a lot.

 

 

Support a team, that plays in red,

A team that we all know,

A team that we call Liverpool,

To glory we will go.

 

 

We won the league, we won the cup,

We've been to Europe too,

We played the Toffees for a laugh,

And left them feeling blue 5-0

 

 

1-2, 1-2-3, 1-2-3-4, 5-0!

 

 

Rush scored one,

Rush scored two,

Rush scored three,

And Rush scored four ...

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"Fowler was a blue"

 

So was Mcmanaman, so was Carragher, so was Gerrerd (so they say). All from Liverpool, all support Everton, peoples club anyone? ;)

 

Sure someone with a better memory would probably know more and help me out :P

 

Also Owen and Rush were blues as well :)

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Why are my posts being deleted, its not as if their abusive or contain bad language. Maybe a bit of banter but surely the peoples club can cope with that. I'm not even allowed an opinion as it goes against the grain.

 

Small minded , me thinks so.

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I've finnished reading Fowlers autobiography, he was a blue ya know ;) As was his dad through and through. Until it got to the point where his dad couldnt stand the amount of made up and abusive rumours about his son. He detests you lot now, and was one of you.

 

 

Let me tell you the story of a poor boy,

Who was sent far away from his home,

To fight for his king and his country,

And also the old folks back home

So they put him in a highland division,

Sent him off to a far foreign land,

Where the flies swarm around in their thousands.

And there's nothing to see but the sand.

As the battle was starting next morning,

Under the radiant sun,

I remember that poor Scouser Tommy,

Who was shot by an old Nazi gun.

As he lay on the Gwladys Street dyin-dyin-dying,

With the blood gushing out of his head (out of his head)

As he lay on the Gwladys Street dyin-dyin-dying,

These were the last words he said:

Oooh, I am a Liverpudlian,

I stood on the Gwladys Street,

I took a knife right to the head,

And this is what they screamed.

You dirty red, I hope your dead,

And dont come back no more,

Cos we're the team called Everton,

We'll fight you evermore.

 

What did we make up? That he was badly into his drugs????

 

I wish camera phones were about during those long night in the sailsbury on marsh lane and I'd wipe your eye right now!

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dont united sing we won it 3 times, in barcelona we won it 3 times?

I don't think it's that cos it would be a direct copy of theirs (thought they'd only won it twice anyway). was trying to catch it yesterday and sure they sung 6 times. Is that the number of times they won the Premiership? Cos if so it's sure to be having a go at the RS.

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I don't think it's that cos it would be a direct copy of theirs (thought they'd only won it twice anyway). was trying to catch it yesterday and sure they sung 6 times. Is that the number of times they won the Premiership? Cos if so it's sure to be having a go at the RS.

Not wanting (just) to wind the RS up again but got an answer to my own question today. If anyone's interested it's

 

We won it two times,

We won it two times,

Without killing anyone,

We won it two times.

 

So I was told by a manc work colleague!

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