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6 hours ago, spirt of 98 said:

I’ve never heard that sung. What are the words. Or are they proper naughty? 

VERY naughty!!!

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“We all agree Cruickshank is better than Yashin,

George Fleming is better than Eusebio,

the hibees are in for a thrashin’ “

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On 25/12/2021 at 00:22, MES said:

Says Bertie Mee

To Bill Shankley

Have you heard of the mid bank highbury

Shanks said no, I don’t think so

But I’ve heard of the Gorgie Boot Boys🤷‍♂️

FTFY - Bertie Mee was Arsenal manager. 

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Oh! I Almost forgot!!! 😆

 

"When the Hearts, went up, to lift the Scottish Cup ...

YOU were there ... YOU were there ..."

 

(Except they were all gone by then ... listening at King's Park Station (?) as we scored our 4th and 5th).

 

My Hibby cousin was. 😆😆😆

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2 hours ago, j1964m said:

Bonjour bonjour we are the Gorgie boys 

 

Yes, we need more cultured tunes. For a total laugh, wouldn't it be appropriate to play THIS the next time we see off The Rangers at Tynie? (I did suggest it to our announcer, but got no reply).

 

A HUGE Twirlie as they depart. 😆

 

 

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3 hours ago, j1964m said:

Bonjour bonjour we are the Gorgie boys 

 

Oh! You've just reminded me of my Premier Seating, Main Stand version of "Hullo, Hullo".

 

 

🎵🎶🎵

Jambo; Bonsoir; We are the Gorgie Chaps

Sushi, and Prawns, and Spicy Veggie Wraps

We drink Champagne and Coctails too

Martinis IF THEY'RE DRY

We are the Jambo Gorgie Chaps

🎵🎶🎵

 

 

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On 26/12/2021 at 09:51, 1971fozzy said:

Mind when Siuness came to Tynecastle after his wife left him

 

…..”shagged by a d**go…..”. To name just one 

 

treemendous. We win as well 

Preceded by 'Souness, Souness where's yer wife, Souness, where's yer wife..... ' When the second one started he was out of the dug out if I recall, and I was sure he was about to launch himself into the crowd.... 😁

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On 24/12/2021 at 23:49, smiler said:

‘Richard Gough Child Molest*r’ was pretty brutal.

A bag of sweets,

And a cheeky smile,

Richard Goughs a f*kn p do file

 

Is how I remember that ditty. As you say brutal 

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Daktari said:

Preceded by 'Souness, Souness where's yer wife, Souness, where's yer wife..... ' When the second one started he was out of the dug out if I recall, and I was sure he was about to launch himself into the crowd.... 😁


We beat them that day and I’m certain the Souness chants played a big part he was absolutely livid on the touchline, pretty sure his instructions to his team weren’t exactly clear.

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3 hours ago, Carl Fredrickson said:

I mind hearing a couple of horrendous songs in the early 80s Re Johnny Doyle. IIRC he died by electrocuting himself (in his attic)

 

The first one was to the tune of Here We Go "Tommy Burns, Tommy Burns, so does Doyle"

 

The second one I can only mind a line of (I was still at primary school) and was to the tune of "Its My Party & I'll Cry If I Want To" - Its my attic and I'll fry if I want to. 

 

 

 

To the tune of "Deck the halls"

 

Tommy Burns and so does Johnny, nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah, nah nah, nah.

 

Bad taste, to say the least 

 

Similar to the Eric Schaedler, bang, bang, bang stuff.

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Your burds too good for you (to the vlad song” and “she’s only with you for the money” Prague Square to some old guy with a super model. 

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53 minutes ago, Rudy T said:

His name is John Leslie 

the talk of the town

hes been shagging Ulrika

while holding her down…

… beast beast beast… 

 :lol: 

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4 hours ago, j1964m said:

Bonjour bonjour we are the Gorgie boys 

Was it not ‘Bonjour, Bonjour… Je suis le Gorgie Garçons’ ?

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Boris said:

To the tune of "Deck the halls"

 

Tommy Burns and so does Johnny, nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah, nah nah, nah.

 

Bad taste, to say the least 

 

Similar to the Eric Schaedler, bang, bang, bang stuff.

 

Dear o dear I cant mind that one. I was still at Primary at the time though so that is my defence. Though it is possible I wasnt at the games(s) it was sung at or I didnt hear it. The Shed could be brutal and cutting at times. 

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Just now, Carl Fredrickson said:

 

Dear o dear I cant mind that one. I was still at Primary at the time though so that is my defence. Though it is possible I wasnt at the games(s) it was sung at or I didnt hear it. The Shed could be brutal and cutting at times. 

It was indeed sung. There was actually talk of Doyle signing for us before that fatal accident. That wasn’t particularly popular. 

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2 minutes ago, Carl Fredrickson said:

 

Dear o dear I cant mind that one. I was still at Primary at the time though so that is my defence. Though it is possible I wasnt at the games(s) it was sung at or I didnt hear it. The Shed could be brutal and cutting at times. 

I've sung some really stupid stuff at games. Mid 80's and the bigoted orange stuff. Certainly not proud of it, maybe why I find all that shit so abhorrent now. I guess I've grown up, matured (somewhat) but ultimately realising how irrelevant it is to a football match (and life in general), or more importantly, the team I support.

 

Anyway, more light-heartedly, "Gorgie Wave, Gorgie Wave, Gorgie Wave!"

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12 minutes ago, davemclaren said:

It was indeed sung. There was actually talk of Doyle signing for us before that fatal accident. That wasn’t particularly popular. 

 

I wasnt doubting Boris - just I wasnt aware of it. :thumbs_up:

 

6 minutes ago, Boris said:

I've sung some really stupid stuff at games. Mid 80's and the bigoted orange stuff. Certainly not proud of it, maybe why I find all that shit so abhorrent now. I guess I've grown up, matured (somewhat) but ultimately realising how irrelevant it is to a football match (and life in general), or more importantly, the team I support.

 

Anyway, more light-heartedly, "Gorgie Wave, Gorgie Wave, Gorgie Wave!"

 

I agree Re the crap that a lot of us sung at the time - often without realising what it meant. The older I got the more I wanted just to sing football songs. 

 

The Gorgie Wave chant followed by boos when the mainstand wouldnt join in :) 

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Just now, Carl Fredrickson said:

 

I wasnt doubting Boris - just I wasnt aware of it. :thumbs_up:

 

 

I agree Re the crap that a lot of us sung at the time - often without realising what it meant. The older I got the more I wanted just to sing football songs. 

 

The Gorgie Wave chant followed by boos when the mainstand wouldnt join in :) 

I had a season ticket in the main stand by then. We were too posh to join in. 😉

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On 25/12/2021 at 01:22, MES said:

Says Bertie May

To Bill Shankley

Have you heard of the mid bank highbury

Shanks said no, I don’t think so

But I’ve heard of the Gorgie Boot Boys🤷‍♂️

Bertie Mee.

 

Bill Shankly.

 

North Bank Highbury.

 

👍

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1 minute ago, Carl Fredrickson said:

 

I agree Re the crap that a lot of us sung at the time - often without realising what it meant. The older I got the more I wanted just to sing football songs. 

I pulled my boy up when he came out with some Kyle Lafferty ditty about being "Seven foot, he plays the flute".

My boy had no idea what it meant, but snowflake dad had to explain shit 

1 minute ago, Carl Fredrickson said:

 

The Gorgie Wave chant followed by boos when the mainstand wouldnt join in :) 

The prawn sandwich archetypes! 🤣

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27 minutes ago, Boris said:

To the tune of "Deck the halls"

 

Tommy Burns and so does Johnny, nah, nah nah, nah, nah, nah, nah nah, nah.

 

Bad taste, to say the least 

 

Similar to the Eric Schaedler, bang, bang, bang stuff.

The one I remember is "Tommy Burns so does Doyle Hallelujah "

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3 minutes ago, davemclaren said:

I had a season ticket in the main stand by then. We were too posh to join in. 😉

See my post above! Capitalist running dog etc etc 😉

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14 minutes ago, davemclaren said:

I had a season ticket in the main stand by then. We were too posh to join in. 😉

9 minutes ago, Boris said:

See my post above! Capitalist running dog etc etc 😉

:groundhog:

10 minutes ago, Boris said:

I pulled my boy up when he came out with some Kyle Lafferty ditty about being "Seven foot, he plays the flute".

My boy had no idea what it meant, but snowflake dad had to explain shit 

The prawn sandwich archetypes! 🤣

 

My two have no interest in football which saddens me greatly as it is a great experience of shared emotions. My dad wasnt into football so I didnt have a positive parental influence at the football like your son has. 

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19 minutes ago, Carl Fredrickson said:

 

My two have no interest in football which saddens me greatly as it is a great experience of shared emotions. My dad wasnt into football so I didnt have a positive parental influence at the football like your son has. 

Kind of you to say I'm a positive influence!

 

Glad to say he is Hearts, and that's my fault/influence/noblesse oblige...

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Boris said:

Hahaha, och, I reckon you were a 5th columnist Dave!

I was in the centre stand. It was full of folk ( like me ) that worked in the many banking and insurance firms that Edinburgh had in those days. The establishment club. . 😄

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11 hours ago, davemclaren said:

Was it not ‘Bonjour, Bonjour… Je suis le Gorgie Garçons’ ?

 

 

Indeed it was, sang in full gusto in Bordeaux👍🏻👍🏻 Big De Vries header, what a trip that was😃

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Back in the days of the shed I remember when an oppposition player got stretchered off fans would sing "Nee naw nee naw nee naw, to die a [F word associated with sectarianism] barsteward".

 

Growing up following Hearts was certainly a way to get you on the path to becoming a thick skinned man of the world.

 

 

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3 hours ago, JamboBrisbane said:

Indeed it was, sang in full gusto in Bordeaux👍🏻👍🏻 Big De Vries header, what a trip that was😃

Great match and trip. 

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Surprised nobody has mentioned this one (apologies if you have)

 

🎵 ROBBO ROBBO ROBBO ROBBO

John Robertson ….. 🎶 

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4 hours ago, i8hibsh said:

Back in the days of the shed I remember when an oppposition player got stretchered off fans would sing "Nee naw nee naw nee naw, to die a [F word associated with sectarianism] barsteward".

 

Growing up following Hearts was certainly a way to get you on the path to becoming a thick skinned man of the world.

 

 


I more remember Glory Glory what a hell of a way to die, too die a F…. Barsteward…

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I do recall Rangers fans shouting a request  ' ge'us us the Silvery Moon'  to the old shed.

 

Lookin' through Tommy Gemmils nose.....sung at Dens

 

And who can forget the lyrically challenging ' pogo pogo pogo ...pogo pogo pogo'

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1 hour ago, Rudy T said:


I more remember Glory Glory what a hell of a way to die, too die a F…. Barsteward…

 

Oh yes. 

 

Them were the days

 

:sob:

 

12 years old when I first went to the shed. Spent my childhood on the family enclosure yellow seats. **** me I would not change a second of it all.

 

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5 minutes ago, Deevers said:

One from a long time back -

 

 

One, two,three

 

Wallace, Kerrigan and MacNamee

 

Was at that game.

 

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J.T.F.Robertson

 

I'd rather be a Billy I'm no' so fekin silly, I'd rather be a Billy than a Tim. (was a long time ago 😔)

 

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JamboBrisbane

Drink all your whiskey 

And Newcastle Brown

The gorgie boys are in town

Na Na Na, Na Na Na Na Na Na

Oh Ah **** the hibs

Oh Ah **** the hibs

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