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Hava Nagila
Hava nagila
הבה נגילה
Let’s rejoice
Hava nagila
הבה נגילה
Let’s rejoice
Hava nagila ve-nismeḥa
הבה נגילה ונשמחה
Let’s rejoice and be happy
(repeat)
Hava neranenah הבה נרננה
Let’s sing
Hava neranenah הבה נרננה
Let’s sing
Hava neranenah ve-nismeḥa
הבה נרננה ונשמחה
Let’s sing and be happy
(repeat)
Uru, uru aḥim! !עורו, עורו אחים
Awake, awake, brothers!
Uru aḥim be-lev sameaḥ עורו אחים בלב שמח
Awake brothers with a happy heart
(repeat line four times)
Uru aḥim, uru aḥim! !עורו אחים, עורו אחים
Awake, brothers, awake, brothers!
Be-lev sameaḥ בלב שמח
With a happy heart

“Glory Glory” is a terrace chant sung in association football in the United Kingdom. Using the tune to “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”, with
the chorus “Glory, Glory, Hallelujah”, the chant replaces “Hallelujah” with the name of the favoured team. The chant’s popularity has caused
several clubs to release their version as an official team song.
“Hot Shot Tottenham!” was a single released by the English football team Tottenham Hotspur, accompanied by Chas & Dave, to celebrate reaching
the 1987 FA Cup Final (which Tottenham lost to Coventry City). It reached number 18 in the UK Singles Chart.

“Tottenham, Tottenham” was a single released by the English football team Tottenham Hotspur, with uncredited accompaniment by Chas & Dave, in
1982. It reached number 19 in the UK Singles Chart.

“When the Year Ends in One” was a single released by the English football team Tottenham Hotspur, with uncredited accompaniment by Chas & Dave,
to celebrate reaching the 1991 FA Cup Final. It reached number 44 in the UK Singles Chart.[1] The title refers to the fact that the club won
the FA Cup several times in years ending in 1.

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  4. Johny Walker Says:

    Some football teams also have songs which are traditionally sung by their fans. The song ” You’ll Never Walk Alone ” from

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