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West Bromwich Albion 2

West Bromwich Albion 2

West Bromwich Albion Logo.

Earnie was only 23, it really made him sick
So now he’s gone to make runs in a club where he’s first pick
Where the midfield folk can pass it, and boots from the back are banned
And the forwards’s life is full of fun in that tippy, tappy land

But the Albion’s needs were single fold so they went with Geoff once more
But strange things happened right in front of goal, as he failed, each time, to score
Was that his own side shouting? Or the crowd that he could hear?
Or Earnie’s ghostly image shouting “Horsfield! Square it! Here!”?

They won’t forget Earnie
Earnieeeeeeeeee
He was more likely to score than all the rest

Artim Sakiri – He scores from corner kicks
Artim Sakiri – He knows that Beckham’s s**t
Artim Sakiri – Lobbing Seaman all day

This one did the rounds at the pre-season friendlies, though it’s not the most deeply lyrical (to the tune of Pigbag’s “Papa’s got a brand new Pigbag”):

La, la, la lah! Jason Koumas…
La, la, la lah! Jason Koumas…
La, la, la lah! Jason Koumas…
etc

This one was adopted towards the end of last season as we looked doomed to relegation….

One go down, we all go down
All go down together
Come back up, win the Cup
Kick f**k out the Villa

….however, at the start of the 2003 season, Gary Megson himself asked us to stop singing it as he felt it was rather negative. Peter Hunt suggested the following alternative:

We go up, we all go up
All go up together
We stay up, win the Cup
Wolves go down forever

Still in the charts comes our celebration of “The Battle of Brammall Lane”:

There were 11 on the field
And Warnock squealed : ‘fall over, fall over’
So they all fell over
and one was sent off

There were 10 on the field
And Warnock squealed: ‘fall over, fall over’
So they all fell over
And one was sent off

There were 9 on the field
And Warnock squealed: ‘fall over, fall over’
So they all fell over
And one was sent off

There were 8 on the field
And Warnock squealed: ‘fall over, fall over’
So they all fell over
And one was sent off

There were 7 on the field
And Warnock squealed: ‘fall over, fall over’
So they all fell over
And one was sent off

There were six on the field
And the Albion squealed:
‘Neil Warnock
Worra w**ker
Worra w**nker
Neil Warnock…..’

Also new for 2002 was:

Taylor is a turnip
He’s got a turnip’s head
He took the job at Villa
He must have been brain-dead

‘Do I not like this?’ and
‘Do I not like that?’
But everyone in England knows
He is a f*****g tw*t

…oh, no, hang on – he’s gone already, and “O’Leary” doesn’t really fit. How times change, though – a few years ago, it was:

Graham Taylor
Graham Taylor
Thanks for f***ing up the Wolves!
Thanks for f*-*-*-**ing up the Wolves

Still lodged in the Baggies Top Ten goes this great one, sung to the tune of “Would you like to swing on a star”:

Oh would you like to follow West Brom
Come up the Hawthorns and cheer ‘em on
Remember Regis, Astle and Brown
Or would you rather be a clown

(WHAT’S A CLOWN?)

A clown is an Animal who follows the blues
It sits on the Tilton just to watch its team lose
They’ve got no trophies
They’ve got no class
They’ve got Karren Brady and she takes it up the a*se

So If you don’t want’ to sh*g Brady
come up the Albion with me
Or would you rather be a seal?

(WHAT’S A SEAL?)

A seal is an animal that sits on a rock
It licks its own a*se and it plays with its c*ck
they’ve got no grace, they’ve got no style
They’ve got John Gregory who’s a paedophile

So if you don’t want to sh*g Gregory
come up the Albion with me
Or would you rather be a wolf?

(WHAT’S A WOLF?)

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