Worst club song ever?

Ever wondered why the Red Dogs sing Mull of (f’)Kintyre before each kick off? Well, I can’t quite answer that but after a debate on a Hull forum, one helpful Tiger supplied all the lyrics to the Forest version. It doesn’t need any additional comment from us, its absolutely cringeworthy and confirms the Dogs as being completely bogged down in the past, to the point where they get misty eyed about playing anyone half decent. ¬†Feast your eyes on this:

(Thanks to The Hull Fan At Work)

(Excuse any spelling or typo’s, I’ve copied direct from site)

City Ground
Oh mist rolling in from the Trent
My desire is always to be here
Oh City Ground

Far have I travelled and much have I seen
Goodison, Anfield are places i’ve been
Main Road, Old Trafford still echo the sound
Of the boys in the red from the City Ground

City Ground
Oh mist rolling in from the Trent
My desire is always to be here
Oh City Ground

Pas-sing the leather like clougies great men
Please take us back to the days I knew then.
Games when we sang in the Nottingham choir
When we thrashed the sheep from Derbyshire

City Ground
Oh mist rolling in from the Trent
My desire is always to be here
Oh City Ground

Smiles in the sunshine, Football like champagne
Still take me back to where my memories remain
Flickering embers growing higher and higher
And a new squad of players for us to inspire

City Ground
Oh mist rolling in from the Trent
My desire is always to be here
Oh City Ground

City Ground
Oh mist rolling in from the Trent
My desire is always to be here
Oh City Ground

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Posted on November 10, 2011, in General Rams Comment and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Kennington Ram

    WOW

  2. It is amusing being at the City Ground and hearing them sing this – within the space of seconds the hatred has disappeared as they sing-along to this atrocious song while having a big manfest love in!. All that’s missing is cigarette lighters being wafted in the air !

  3. Maybe they should start singing the Tom Jones ‘Classic’ “The Green Green Grass of Home” because with Cotterill as manager thats the last place the ball will be!

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